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164162-1 Powell Electronics, Inc. TE Connectivity Not Provided Pin; Tin-Lead Contact Mating Area Plating Material; Wire Range = 0.12-0.24 ² [26-24] mm [AWG]; Insulation Diameter = .89 - 1.40 mm; Copper Alloy Contact Material;
202236-4 Powell Electronics, Inc. TE Connectivity Not Provided Pin with Solder Tab; Tin-Lead Contact Mating Area Plating Material; Copper Alloy Contact Material; Tin-Lead Termination End Plating; Type III+;
N3432-5002RB Allied Electronics, Inc. 3M/INTERCONNECT SOLUTIONS Not Provided Header, 4-Wall; Copper Alloy; 200 u in. 60/40 Tin/Lead; 1; Beige; 0.68 in.; 40
6483-48-0 Allied Electronics, Inc. POMONA FLUKE ELECTRONICS Not Provided Lead; Non-rusting Nickel Copper Alloy; Vinyl; 18; Black; 48 mm; Brass; Nickel
4-640441-0 Allied Electronics, Inc. AMP TYCO ELECTRONICS Not Provided Connector; Closed End; 10; Nylon; Copper Alloy; Tin-Lead; 0.100 in.; 24 AWG
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