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Dust-proof Cap for MS Connector (for Panel Mounting, Relay Adapter)

Dust-proof Cap for MS Connector (for Panel Mounting, Relay Adapter)

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A dust-proof cap to prevent contamination from foreign bodies and protect the connected portion


● It is mounted to the panel mount receptacle or the relay adapter and prevents dust or foreign matter from entering into the fitting portion when the connector is not used.
● It prevents accidents caused by exposed live parts when not connected.



· Not a waterproof structure.
· If you want to use it with the cable clamp NMS3057 fitted to the relay receptacle NMS3101B, the chain terminal cannot be fitted to the cable clamp with the shell size of 22 or less.

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Dust-proof Cap for MS Connector (for Panel Mounting, Relay Adapter):Related Image

ModelCompatible
Shell Size
DMS25043-10D10SL
NMS25043-12D12S
NMS25043-14D14S
NMS25043-16D16S,16
NMS25043-18D18
NMS25043-20D20
NMS25043-22D22
NMS25043-24D24
NMS25043-28D28
NMS25043-32D32,32A
NMS25043-36D36

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Dust-proof Cap for MS Connector (for Panel Mounting, Relay Adapter):Related Image

ItemMaterialsFinish
CapAluminum Alloy
Gasket
Synthetic Rubber
RivetAluminum Alloy or
Stainless Steel
Trivalent Black Chromate Treatment
End LinkStainless SteelPassivate
Punching ChainStainless SteelPassivate
End LinkStainless SteelPassivate
Codice componente
DMS25043-10D
NMS25043-12D
NMS25043-14D
NMS25043-16D
NMS25043-18D
NMS25043-20D
NMS25043-22D
NMS25043-24D
NMS25043-28D
NMS25043-32D
NMS25043-36D
Codice componentePrezzo unitario standardSconto volumi elevatiGiorni spedizione?RoHSCompatible Shell Size

9.61 €

3 giorni -10SL

6.42 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1012S

6.88 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1014S

7.04 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1016S,16

8.52 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1018

9.67 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1020

8.33 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1022

9.01 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1024

8.69 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1028

8.46 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1032,32A.

12.06 €

Disponibile 3 giorni 1036

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MIL Standard Compliant MS Connector

Common Specifications

Applicable Wire Size and Contact Size

Appropriate wire coating stripping length is the dimension of the contact solder hole length (L size) plus about 1 ~ 3 mm. Please note that the L dimension and D dimension of the male connector (pin) and the female connector (socket) are the same. When selecting the cable, please check if the cable fits into the inner diameter of the cable clamp.
Contact Compatible Electric Wire Size
Contact Size Solder Hole Diameter φD (mm) Pin Contact Contacting Part Diameter φA (mm) L (mm) AWG Conductor Section Area mm2
#16 1.85 1.6 6.4 16 ~ 20 1.25 or less
#12 2.95 2.4 9.5 12 ~ 14 3.5 or less
#8 5.31 3.6 12.7 8 ~ 10 8 or less
#4 8.45 5.7 15.9 4 ~ 6 22 or less
#0 11.91 9.1 15.9 0 ~ 2 50 or less
Applicable Wire Size and Contact Size

Electrical Properties

Contact Resistance Contact Size Test Current DC Voltage Drop Couple the male and the female side of the connector the same way as in operating conditions, send test current, measure using the voltage drop method and fulfill the value on the left.
#16 20 A 21 mV or lower
#12 35 A 20 mV or lower
#8 60 A 12 mV or lower
#4 110 A 10 mV or lower
#0 200 A 10 mV or lower

Mechanical Properties

Thermal Shock Low Temperature High Temperature Carry out 5 consecutive cycles, with the low temperature and high temperature on the left as 1 cycle. The time exposed to low and high temperature must be 30 minutes or more.
-55 +0℃
-5℃
+125 +3℃
-0℃
(1) There should be no cracks or damage in the connector.
(2) After completion, the voltage resistance test should be satisfied.
Humidity Resistance The following voltage resistance should be satisfied. Expose the coupled connectors and panel mount to temperature 71±2°C and relative humidity 95±3% for 14 days, and then, without drying, perform the voltage resistance test in the left table for 5 minutes.
Test Category Symbol VAC (r.m.s.)
INST 300
A 750
D 1,350
E 1,875
B 2,775
C 4,500
Corrosion (1) There should be no exposed metal or corrosion damaging the coupling or detachment of the connector.
(2) Measurement of Contact Resistance
Expose for 48 hours to salt spray with concentration 5% and temperature 35°C; after that, wash under running water and dry for 12 hours in an air-circulating chamber at temperature of 38±3°C; finally, perform contact resistance and voltage resistance tests.
Contact Size Test Current Voltage Drop (or Less)
#16 20 A 35 mV
#12 35 30
#8 60 25
#4 110 20
#0 200 20
(3) The voltage resistance in the following table should be satisfied.
Test Category Symbol VAC (r.m.s.) Category Symbol VAC (r.m.s.)
INST 400 E 2,500
A 1,000 B 3,500
D 1,800 C 6,000

Environmental Properties

Single Contact Insertion and Removal Force Contact Size Average Maximum Minimum Insertion and removal force is measured using a randomly extracted male and female. The average force should be at or below the average values shown on the left, and 96% of all values should be at or below the maximum values and at or above the minimum values.
#16 0.95 kg 1.36 kg 0.11 kg
#12 1.59 2.27 0.23
#8 3.18 4.54 0.34
#4 4.76 6.8 0.45
#0 6.35 9.07 0.91
Contact Retention Force Contact Size Axial Load (kg) Contact Size Axial Load (kg) It should withstand axial load in both directions as shown on the left.
#16 4.5 #4 9.1
#12 6.8 #0 11.3
#8 9.1
Vibration (1) There should be no current cut-off of 10 μsec or more during the test.
(2) After completion, the voltage resistance test should be satisfied.
(3) There should be no disconnection of the coupling, cracks, damage or looseness in any part.
Connect the wired connector and the panel mount by the usual method, and perform a vibration test using MIL-STD-1344. During the test, pass 100 mA current through the connector, inspect interruption of the current by a suitable method, and perform a voltage resistance test and visual inspection.
Impact (1) After completion, the requirements for contact resistance should be satisfied.
(2) There should be no cracks, damage or looseness in any part.
Apply acceleration of 50 G at a 90° angle to each axis direction to the wired and coupled connector and panel mount.
Service Life (1) The requirements for contact resistance should be satisfied.
(2) There should be no electrical or mechanical abnormalities.
Remove the coupling nut of the connector and insert and remove it 600 times at a speed not exceeding 500 times per 1 hour.

Contact Arrangement Table (by number of cores) View from the male (pin) connector coupling surface.

Contact Arrangement Table 1 Contact Arrangement Table 2 Contact Arrangement Table 3

Arrangement No.

The left side is the shell size of the entire connector. The right side is the arrangement number of the contact. Together these compose the Arrangement Number.
Arrangement No.

Core Number Composition

The right side is the size of 1 contact. The left side is the number of contacts.
Core Number Composition
When ordering parts, please determine the voltage, current, number of cores, size, etc. from the table below, depending on the working environment.
Arrangement No. Contact
Shape
Contact Composition Rated Current
(A)
(Note 1)
Insulation Resistance MΩ
(or higher)
Rated Voltage (Note 2) (Note 3) Test Category Symbol
(Note 4)
Shell
Size
Arrangement
Number
Total Number of Cores Core Number Composition Contact
Size
VDC or less
Text shows Contact No.
VAC (r.m.s.) or less
Text shows Contact No.
Parentheses show voltage resistance / VAC (rms)
10SL 3 P
Male
(Pin)
S
Female
(Socket)
3 3 #16 13 5,000 700 500 (2000) A
4 2 2
12S 3 2 2
14S 1 3 3
2 4 4 250 200 (1000) INST
5 5 5
6 6 6
7 3 3 700 500 (2000) A
9 2 2
16S 1 7 7
5 3 3
8 5 5
16 10 3 3 #12 23
18 1 10 10 #16 13 BCFG-700, Others-250 BCFG-500 (2000), Others-200 (1000) A (BCFG) INST (Others)
4 4 4 1,250 900 (2800) D
5 3 2 #12 23
1 #16 13
8 8 1 #12 23 700 500 (2000) A
7 #16 13
10 4 4 #12 23
11 5 5
12 6 6 #16 13
19 10 10
20 5 5
21 3 3 #12 23
22 3 3 #16 13 1,250 900 (2800) D
20 2 1 1 #0 150 ABHG-1250, CDEF-700 ABHG-900 (2800), CDEF-500 (2000) D (ABHG) A (CDEF)
4 4 4 #12 23 700 500 (2000) A
7 8 8 #16 13
15 7 7 #12 23
16 9 2
7 #16 13
17 6 5 #12 23
1 #16 13
18 9 3 #12 23
6 #16 13
22 6 3 #8 46
3 #16 13
23 2 2 #8 46
27 14 14 #16 13
29 17 17
22 2 3 3 #8 46 1,250 900 (2800) D
10 4 4 #16 13 1,750 1250 (3500) E
14 19 19 700 500 (2000) A
19 14 14
22 4 4 #8 46
23 8 8 #12 23 H-1250, Others-700 H-900 (2800), Others-500 (2000) D (H) A (Others)
28 7 7 700 500 (2000) A
24 2 7 7 1,250 900 (2800) D
5 16 16 #16 13 700 500 (2000) A
7 16 2 #12 23
14 #16 13
10 7 7 #8 46
11 9 3
6 #12 23
20 11 2 1,250 900 (2800) D
9 #16 13
22 4 4 #8 46
28 24 24 #16 13 250 200 (1000) INST
28 6 P
Male
(Pin)
S
Female
(Socket)
3 3 #4 80 5,000 1,250 900 (2800) D
10 7 2 G-1250, Others-700 G-900 (2800),
2 #8 46 Others-500 (2000)
D (G) A (Others)
2 #8 46
3 #12 13
11 22 4 700 500 (2000) A
18 #16 13
12 26 26
15 35 35
16 20 20
20 14 10 #12 23
4 #16 13
21 37 37
32 1 5 2 #0 150 A-1750, Others-1250 A-1250 (3500),
Others-900 (2800)
(A) D (Others)
3 #12 23
2 5 3 #4 80 1,750 1250 (3500) E
2 #16 13
5 2 2 #0 150 1,250 900 (2800) D
7 35 7 #12 23 ABhj-250, Others-700 ABhj-200 (1000),
Others-500 (2000)
INST (ABhj) A (Others)
28 #16 13
8 30 6 #12 23 700 500 (2000) A
24 #16 13
9 14 2 #4 80 1,250 900 (2800) D
12 #16 13
32 A 10 54 54 700 500 (2000) A
32 17 4 4 #4 80 1,250 900 (2800) D
414 52 52 #16 13 700 500 (2000) A
36 3 6 3 #0 150 1,250 900 (2800) D
3 #12 23
4 3 3 #0 150 A-1250, BC-700 A-900 (2800), BC-500 (2000) D (A) A (BC)
5 4 4 700 500 (2000) A
9 31 1 #4 80
2 #8 46
14 #12 23
14 #16 13
10 48 48
73 73 73
48 5 100 1 #8 46
9 #12 23
90 #16 13
Note 1: Rated current is the value for single contacts when incorporated in the connector. Please note that the rated current does not change according to the voltage.
Note 2: Rather than the size of the contact or shell, rated voltage changes by arrangement of contacts.
Note 3: In some items, rated voltage diverges by each contact even when within the same connector.
Note 4: Properties will vary depending on the test category.

About Change in Mis-insertion Prevention Key Position (Angle)

Change in Mis-insertion Prevention Key Position (Angle)

Straight Connector

Socket / Pin

Outline Drawing

Outline Drawing
Shell Size Coupling Screw
A Screw
Size (mm)
Cable Entry
φB ±0.3
Effective Screw Length
J ±0.3
Total Length
L or less
Outer Diameter
Q ±0.8
Conduit Screw
V Screw
Screw Length
W or more
10SL 5/8-24UNEF-2B 9.6 13.49 34.9 22.22 5/8-24UNEF-2A 9.53
12S 3/4-20UNEF-2B 9.6 13.5 42.8 25.4 5/8-24UNEF-2A 9.5
14S 7/8-20UNEF-2B 12.5 13.5 42.8 28.6 3/4-20UNEF-2A 9.5
16S 1-20UNEF-2B 15.6 13.5 42.8 31.8 7/8-20UNEF-2A 9.5
16 1-20UNEF-2B 15.6 18.3 52.4 31.8 7/8-20UNEF-2A 9.5
18 1-1/8-18UNEF-2B 20.2 18.3 52.4 34.1 1-20UNEF-2A 9.5
20 1-1/4-18UNEF-2B 23.0 18.3 55.6 37.3 1-3/16-18UNEF-2A 9.5
22 1-3/8-18UNEF-2B 23.2 18.3 55.6 40.5 1-3/16-18UNEF-2A 9.5
24 1-1/2-18UNEF-2B 29.5 18.3 58.7 43.7 1-7/16-18UNEF-2A 9.5
28 1-3/4-18UNS-2B 29.8 18.3 58.7 50.0 1-7/16-18UNEF-2A 9.5
32 2-18UNS-2B 37.5 18.3 61.9 56.4 1-3/4-18UNS-2A 11.1
36 2-1/4-16UN-2B 43.8 18.3 61.9 62.7 2-18UNS-2A 12.7
48 3-16UN-2B 69.1 18.3 65.1 81.8 3-16UN-2A 15.9

Angled Connector

Socket / Pin

Outline Drawing

Outline Drawing
Shell Size Coupling Screw
A Screw
Size (mm)
Cable Entry
B ±0.3
Effective Screw Length
J ±0.3
Total Length
L or less
M ±0.8 Outer Diameter
Q ±0.8
U ±0.8 Conduit Screw
V Screw
Screw Length
W or more
12S 3/4-20UNEF-2B 9.6 13.5 50.8 41.7 25.4 25.4 5/8-24UNEF-2A 9.5
14S 7/8-20UNEF-2B 12.5 13.5 54.0 43.3 28.6 27.0 3/4-20UNEF-2A 9.5
16S 1-20UNEF-2B 15.6 13.5 60.3 48.0 31.8 28.6 7/8-20UNEF-2A 9.5
16 1-20UNEF-2B 15.6 18.3 65.1 52.8 31.8 28.6 7/8-20UNEF-2A 9.5
18 1-1/8-18UNEF-2B 18.6 18.3 68.3 54.4 34.1 32.1 1-20UNEF-2A 9.5
20 1-1/4-18UNEF-2B 23.0 18.3 77.0 60.7 37.3 33.7 1-3/16-18UNEF-2A 9.5
22 1-3/8-18UNEF-2B 23.2 18.3 77.0 60.7 40.5 33.3 1-3/16-18UNEF-2A 9.5
24 1-1/2-18UNEF-2B 28.0 18.3 86.5 67.1 43.7 34.9 1-7/16-18UNEF-2A 9.5
28 1-3/4-18UNS-2B 28.2 18.3 86.5 67.1 50.0 38.5 1-7/16-18UNEF-2A 9.5
32, 32A 2-18UNS-2B 35.9 18.3 95.2 71.8 56.4 46.4 1-3/4-18UNS-2A 11.1
36 2-1/4-16UN-2B 42.2 18.3 100.0 73.4 62.7 51.2 2-18UNS-2A 12.7
48 3-16UN-2B 65.9 18.3 125.4 86.5 81.8 59.1 3-16UN-2A 15.9

Relay Connector

Socket / Pin

Outline Drawing

Outline Drawing
Shell Size Coupling Screw
A Screw
Size (mm)
Effective Screw Length
B or More
Total Length
L or less
Length to Flange
M +0.4
-0
Outer Diameter
N or Less
Conduit Screw
V Screw
Screw Length
W or more
12S 3/4-20UNEF-2A 9.5 42.88 14.3 26.97 5/8-24UNEF-2A 25.4
14S 7/8-20UNEF-2A 9.5 42.88 14.3 29.36 3/4-20UNEF-2A 27.0
16S 1-20UNEF-2A 9.5 42.88 14.3 31.75 7/8-20UNEF-2A 28.6
16 1-20UNEF-2A 15.9 52.37 19.0 31.75 7/8-20UNEF-2A 28.6
18 1-1/8-18UNEF-2A 15.9 52.37 19.0 34.14 1-20UNEF-2A 32.1
20 1-1/4-18UNEF-2A 15.9 55.58 19.0 37.31 1-3/16-18UNEF-2A 33.7
22 1-3/8-18UNEF-2A 15.9 55.58 19.0 40.49 1-3/16-18UNEF-2A 33.3
24 1-1/2-18UNEF-2A 15.9 58.72 19.0 43.66 1-7/16-18UNEF-2A 34.9
28 1-3/4-18UNS-2A 15.9 58.72 19.0 50.01 1-7/16-18UNEF-2A 38.5
32, 32A 2-18UNS-2A 15.9 61.93 19.0 56.36 1-3/4UNS-2A 46.4
36 2-1/4-16UN-2A 15.9 61.93 19.0 62.71 2-18UNS-2A 51.2
48 3-16UN-2A 15.9 65.07 15.9 81.76 3-16UN-2A 59.1

Panel Mount

Socket / Pin

Outline Drawing

Outline Drawing
Shell Size A Screw Size (mm)
B or more K or less L or less M +0.79
-0
φN +0
-4.78
R ±0.13 S ±0.79 φT +0.25
-0.13
10SL 5/8-24UNEF-2A 9.53 2.1 21.9 14.28 15.9 18.26 25.4 3.05
12S 3/4-20UNEF-2A 9.52 2.4 24.3 14.27 19.86 20.62 27.79 3.05
14S 7/8-20UNEF-2A 9.52 2.4 24.3 14.27 23.01 23.01 30.18 3.05
16S 1-20UNEF-2A 9.52 2.4 24.3 14.27 24.61 24.61 32.54 3.05
16 1-20UNEF-2A 15.88 2.4 29.1 19.05 24.61 24.61 32.54 3.05
18 1-1/8-18UNEF-2A 15.88 3.0 28.6 19.05 26.97 26.97 34.92 3.05
20 1-1/4-18UNEF-2A 15.88 3.0 29.4 19.05 29.36 29.36 38.10 3.05
22 1-3/8-18UNEF-2A 15.88 3.0 29.4 19.05 31.75 31.75 41.28 3.05
24 1-1/2-18UNEF-2A 15.88 3.0 33.4 20.62 34.92 34.92 44.45 3.73
28 1-3/4-18UNS-2A 15.88 3.0 33.4 20.62 39.67 39.67 50.80 3.73
32, 32A 2-18UNS-2A 15.88 4.3 33.4 22.22 44.45 44.45 57.15 4.39
36 2-1/4-16UN-2A 15.88 4.3 33.4 22.22 49.23 49.23 63.50 4.39
48 3-16UN-2A 15.88 4.3 34.2 22.22 66.68 66.68 82.55 4.39

Dimension Table / Dimensional Drawing

Current Capacity of Entire Connector

Rated current value per 1 contact varies depending on the size of the contact, but the current capacity that can flow safely through the connector varies depending on the total number of cores. The calculation method for 14-core or less and 15-core or more is different, so they are described separately.
(1) For 14-core or less
The rated current value per 1 contact at the time of connector incorporation is multiplied by the number of cores and then multiplied by the reduction factor in the figure below. The result is the allowable current of the entire connector.
■ Current Reduction Factor Table by Number of Cores
Total Number of Cores 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Reduction Factor (%) 1 0.943 0.886 0.829 0.771 0.714 0.657 0.6 0.543 0.486 0.429 0.371 0.314 0.257
Example 1: For connectors with all contacts of the same size
Rated Current Value per 1 Contact x Number of Cores x Reduction Factor = Allowable Current of Entire Connector
13 A x 2 cores x 0.943 = 24.518 A
(When Arrangement Number is 12S-3)
Therefore, 24.518 A can be used for the entire connector.
Example 2: For connectors with contacts of different sizes
(Contact A Rated Current x Contact A Number of Cores + Contact B Rated Current x Contact B Number of Cores) x Reduction Factor (for the total number of cores) = Allowable Current of Entire Connector
(23 A x 2 cores + 13 A x 7 cores) x 0.543 = 74.391 A
(When Arrangement Number is 20-16)
Therefore, 74.391 A can be used for the entire connector.
(2) 15-core or more
The rated current value per 1 contact is multiplied by the number of cores and 20% of that value is the allowable current of the entire connector.
Example 1: For connectors with all contacts of the same size
Rated Current Value x Number of Cores x 20% = Allowable Current of Entire Connector
13 A x 17 cores x 0.2 = 44.2 A
(When Arrangement Number is 20-29)
Therefore, 44.2 A can be used for the entire connector.
Example 2: For connectors with contacts of different sizes
(Contact A Rated Current x Contact A Number of Cores + Contact B Rated Current x Contact B Number of Cores) x 20% = Allowable Current of Entire Connector
(23 A x 4 cores + 13 A x 18 cores) x 0.2 = 65.2 A
(When Arrangement Number is 28-11)
Therefore, 65.2 A can be used for the entire connector.

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