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Contact, Multimate, Type III+ Series, Socket, Crimp, 20 AWG, Gold Plated Contacts

66104-9 - Contact, Multimate, Type III+ Series, Socket, Crimp, 20 AWG, Gold Plated Contacts

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Manufacturer Part No:
66104-9
Newark Part No.:
92F6627
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Type III+ Series
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Type III+ Series
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Socket
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Crimp
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20AWG
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Gold Plated Contacts
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G Series, M Series, CPC Connectors
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24AWG
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Brass
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Can you suggest a mating contact for signal socket contact (part number 66104-9)?
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Suggested mating signal pin contact part number is 66102-9 from TE connectivity. It is of crimp termination with size of 24-20AWG.
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Can you recommend a hand crimp tool which can be used to crimp contact (part number 66104-9)?
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Suggested part number of hand crimp tool which can be used to crimp these contacts is 91515-1 from TE Connectivity.
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Looking for an extraction tool which can be used to remove damaged contacts (part number 66104-9) from their housings?
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Suggested part number for extraction tool which can be used to remove these damaged contacts from their housing is 305183 from TE Connectivity. This extraction tool is designed to remove II, III, III(+), VI, X, & Subminiature coaxial pin & socket contacts of all sizes from their housings.
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Looking for an insertion tool which can be used to insert contacts (part number 66104-9) into their housings?
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Suggested part number of insertion tool which can be used to insert these crimped contacts into their housings is 91002-1 from TE Connectivity. This tool can be used as both insertion as well as extraction tool.
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