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M24308/23-9Z

器件型号:M24308/23-9Z
器件类别:连接器   
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dsub 25pos socket

参数
Datasheets:
MIL-DTL-24308:
Standard Package : 1
Category: Connectors, Interconnects
Family: D-Sub Connectors
Series: Military, MIL-DTL-24308, D*MM
Packaging : Bulk
Connector Style: D-Sub
Connector Type: Receptacle, Female Sockets
Number of Positions: 25
Number of Rows: 2
Shell Size, Connector Layout: 3 (DB, B)
Contact Type: Signal
Mounting Type: Panel Mount
Through Hole:
Flange Feature: Housing/Shell (Unthreaded)
Termination: Solder
Features: -
Shell Material, Finish: Steel, Yellow Chromate Plated Zinc
Contact Finish: Gold
Contact Finish Thickness: 50µin (1.27µm)
Ingress Protection: -
Operating Temperature: -55°C ~ 150°C
Voltage Rating: -
Current Rating: 7.5A
Housing Material: Polyester
Color: -
Other Names: IM24308/23-9IM24308/23-9-ND

M24308/23-9Z器件文档内容

                                                                  INCH-POUND

                                                                  MIL-DTL-24308G
                                                                  w/AMENDMENT 2
                                                                  1 August 2012
                                                                  SUPERSEDING
                                                                  MIL-DTL-24308G
                                                                  w/AMENDMENT 1
                                                                  25 January 2011

                                          DETAIL SPECIFICATION

          CONNECTORS, ELECTRIC, RECTANGULAR, NONENVIRONMENTAL,
                     MINIATURE, POLARIZED SHELL, RACK AND PANEL,
                                    GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR

This specification is approved for use by all Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense.

1. SCOPE

  1.1 Scope. This specification covers the requirements for nonenvironmental, polarized shell, miniature, rack and
panel connectors having pin and socket, crimp (removable), solder (nonremovable), or insulation displacement
(nonremovable) contacts with rigid or float mounting, designed for -55C to +125C operating temperature range.

  1.2 Part or Identifying Number (PIN). The PIN is to consist of the letter "M", the basic number of the specification
sheet, an assigned dash number and a suffix letter for the finish if applicable (see 3.1):

M         24308/1                         -1  F

Military designation Specification        Dash number Finish (see note 1)
                            sheet number
                                                                For class G:
                                                                    A = Pure electrodeposited aluminum.
                                                                    F = Cadmium (see note 2).
                                                                    K = Zinc nickel.
                                                                    T = Nickel Fluorocarbon Polymer.
                                                                    Z = Zinc (see note 3).

                                                                For class N:
                                                                    A = Pure electrodeposited aluminum.
                                                                    F = Cadmium (see note 2).
                                                                    K = Zinc nickel
                                                                    T = Nickel Fluorocarbon Polymer.
                                                                    P = Passivated stainless steel.
                                                                     Z = Zinc (see note 3).

                                                                For class H:
                                                                    Class H connectors have a tin finish, no suffix required

                                                                For class M:
                                                                    Class M connectors have a gold finish,
                                                                    no suffix is required.

                                                                For classes D and K:
                                                                    Class D and class K connectors have a nickel.
                                                                    finish, no suffix is required.

NOTES:
   1. Prior to 1 July 1987, a suffix for finish was not included in the PIN.
   2. A "F" suffix PIN is to be used for connectors with a cadmium finish and made after 1 July 1987.
   3. Manufactures and their selling agents and distributors may ship stock of "No Suffix" zinc finished connectors
       no more than 6 months from the date of this document.

Comments, suggestions, or questions on this document should be addressed to DLA Land and Maritime,
ATTN: VAI, P.O. Box 3990, Columbus, OH 43218-3990 or email RectangularConnector@dla.mil. Since
contact information can change, you may want to verify the currency of this address information using the
ASSIST Online database at https://assist.dla.mil/.

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1.3 Classification.

1.3.1 Classes. Connectors covered by this specification are of the following classes.

          G - General purpose connectors, see 3.3.6.1 (see note).
          N - Nonmagnetic connectors, see 3.3.6.1 (see note).
          H - Hermetic connectors.
          M - Same as N except, these connectors are intended for space missions.
          D - Same as G except, these connectors are intended for space missions.
          K - Same as H except, these connectors are intended for space missions.

  1.3.2 Style of termination. Connectors covered by this specification are of the following terminal styles:

             Crimp
             Solder
             Insulation displacement contact (IDC)
             Printed wiring board (PWB)

  1.3.3 Types. Connectors covered by this specification are of the following types:

               I - Standard density (size 20 contacts).
               II - High density (size 22D contacts).
               III - Standard density (size 20 IDC contacts)

  2. APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

  2.1 General. The documents listed in this section are specified in sections 3, 4, or 5 of this specification. This
section does not include documents cited in other sections of this specification or recommended for additional
information or as examples. While every effort has been made to ensure the completeness of this list, document users
are cautioned that they must meet all specified requirements documents cited in sections 3, 4, or 5 of this
specification, whether or not they are listed.

  2.2 Government documents.

  2.2.1 Specifications, standards, and handbooks. The following specifications, standards, and handbooks form a
part of this document to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise specified, the issues of these documents are
those cited in the solicitation or contract.

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SPECIFICATIONS

MIL-C-22520/2 - Crimping tools, Terminal, Hand, Wire Termination for wire barrel sizes 20 through 28

MIL-DTL-24308/23 - Connectors, Electric, Rectangular, Nonenvironmental, Miniature, Polarized Shell,

             Rack and Panel, Socket Contacts, Printed Wiring Board Termination Types

MIL-DTL-24308/24 - Connectors, Electric, Rectangular, Nonenvironmental, Miniature, Polarized Shell,

             Rack and Panel, Pin Contacts, Printed Wiring Board Termination Types

MIL-DTL-83488 - Coating, Aluminum, High Purity

MIL-M-24519  - Molding Plastics, Electrical Thermoplastic

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARDS

MIL-STD-202   - Test Methods for Electronic and Electrical Component Parts
MIL-STD-790   - Standard Practice for Established Reliability and High Reliability Qualified Products List

MIL-STD-1285     (QPL) Systems for Electrical, Electronic, and Fiber Optic Parts Specifications
              - Marking of Electrical and Electronic Parts

  (Copies of these documents are available online at https://assist.dla.mil/quicksearch/ or from the Standardization
Document Order Desk, 700 Robbins Avenue, Building 4D, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5094)

  2.2.2 Other Government documents drawings and publications. The following other Government documents,
drawings, and publications form a part of this document to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise specified, the
issues are those cited in the solicitation or contract.

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA)

JSC SP-R-0022 - Vacuum Stability Requirements of Polymeric Material for Spacecraft Applications.

  (Copies of these documents are available online at www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/home/ or the NASA Johnson
Space Center 2101 NASA Parkway Houston, Texas 77058.)

  2.3 Non-Government publications. The following documents form a part of this document to the extent specified
herein. Unless otherwise specified, the issues of these documents are those cited in the solicitation or contract
(see 6.2).

ASTM INTERNATIONAL

ASTM A342/A342M     - Test Method for Permeability of Feebly Magnetic Materials
ASTM B488           - Electrodeposited Coatings of Gold for Engineering Uses
ASTM B545           - Electrodeposited Coatings of Tin, Standard Specification For
ASTM B633           - Zinc on Iron and Steel, Electrodeposited Coatings Of
ASTM B733           - Autocatalytic Electroless Nickel-Phosphorus Coatings on Metal
ASTM B841           - Standard Specification for Electrodeposited of Zinc Nickel Alloy Deposits
ASTM E595           - Total Mass Loss and Collected Volatile Material from Outgassing in a Vacuum
                    - Environment, Condensable, Standard Test Method For
ASTM D4067          - Standard Classification System for Reinforced and Filled Poly(Phenylene

ASTM D5927             Sulfide) (PPS) Injection Molding and Extrusion Materials Using ASTM Methods
                    - Thermoplastic Polyester (TPES) Injection and Extrusion Materials Based on ISO
ASTM D5948
                       Test Methods
                    - Molding Compounds, Thermosetting, Standard Specification For

  (Copies of these documents are available online at http://www.astm.org or from the ASTM International, P.O.
Box C700, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959.)

ELECTRONIC INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION

EIA-364       - Electrical Connector/Socket Test Procedures Including Environmental Classifications

EIA-364-02    - Air Leakage Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors

EIA-364-05    - Contact Insertion, Release and Removal Force Test Procedure for

              Electrical Connectors

EIA-364-06    - Contact Resistance Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors

EIA-364-09    - Durability Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors and Contacts

EIA-364-10    - Fluid Immersion Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors and Sockets

EIA/ECA-364-13 - Mating and Unmating Forces Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors and Sockets

EIA-364-20    - Withstanding Voltage Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors, Sockets and Coaxial

              Contacts

EIA/ECA-364-21 - Insulation Resistance Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors, Sockets, and Coaxial

              Contacts

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EIA-364-24          - Maintenance Aging Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors

EIA-364-25          - Probe Damage Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors

EIA/ECA-364-26 - Salt Spray Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors, Contacts and Sockets

EIA-364-27          - Mechanical Shock (Specified Pulse) Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors

EIA-364-28          - Vibration Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors and Sockets

EIA/ECA-364-29 - Contact Retention Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors

EIA-364-31          - Humidity Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors and Sockets

EIA-364-32          - Thermal Shock (Temperature Cycling) Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors and

                    Sockets

EIA-364-35          - Insert Retention Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors

EIA-364-37          - Contact Engagement and Separation Force Test Procedure for Electrical Connectors

  (Copies of these documents are available online at http://www.eciaonline.org or from the Electronic
Components Industry Association, 1111Alderman Drive, Suite 400, Alpharetta, GA 30005-4175.)

TECHAMERICA

EIA-557- Statistical Process Control Systems

(Copies of these documents are available online at http://www.techamerica.org or from
TechAmerica, 601 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, North Building, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20004

IPC - ASSOCIATION CONNECTING ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES

J-STD-006 - Requirements for Electronic Grade Solder Alloys, Fluxed and Non Fluxed Solid Solders for
                     Electronic soldering applications

   (Copies of these documents are available online at http://www.ipc.org or from the IPC - Association Connecting
Electronics Industries, 3000 Lakeside Drive, Suite 309 S, Bannockburn, IL 60015-1249.)

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDS (ISO)

ISO 10012 - Measurement management systems Requirements for measurement processes and
                     measuring equipment

  (Copies of these documents are available online at http://www.ansi.org or from the ANSI Customer Service
Department, 25 W 43rd Street, 4th floor, New York, NY 10036.)

NCSL INTERNATIONAL

NCSL Z540.3 - Requirements for the Calibration of Measuring and Test Equipment

   (Copies of these documents are available online at http://www.ncsli.org or from NCSL International 2995 Wilderness
Place, Suite 107 Boulder, Colorado 80301-5404)

NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA)

NEMA HP 3 - Electrical and Electronic PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) Insulated High Temperature Hook
                     Up Wire; Types ET (250 Volts), E (600 Volts), and EE (1000 Volts)

   (Copies of these documents are available online at http://www.nema.org or from the National Electrical
Manufacturer's Association, 1300 North 17th Street, Suite 1847, Rosslyn VA 22209.)

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SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS, INC.

SAE AMS2404      - Plating, Electroless Nickel

SAE AMS2700      - Passivation of corrosion resistant steel

SAE AMS-QQ-N-290 - Nickel Plating (Electrodeposited)

SAE AMS-QQ-P-416 - Plating, Cadmium (Electrodeposited)

SAE AMS-P-81728 - Plating, Tin-Lead (Electrodeposited)

  (Copies of these documents are available online at http://www.sae.org or from SAE International,
400 Commonwealth Drive, Warrandale, PA 15096-0001, and Tel: 877-606-7323 [inside USA and Canada] or
724-776-4970 [outside USA], email at CustomerService@sae.org.)

  2.4 Order of precedence. Unless otherwise noted herein or in the contract, in the event of a conflict between the
text of this document and the references cited herein (except for related specification sheets), the text of this document
takes precedence. Nothing in this document, however, supersedes applicable laws and regulations unless a specific
exemption has been obtained.

3. REQUIREMENTS

  3.1 Specification sheets. The individual item requirements shall be as specified herein and in accordance with the
applicable specification sheet. In the event of any conflict between the requirements of this specification and the
specification sheet, the latter shall govern.

  3.2 Qualification. Connector assemblies furnished under this specification shall be products that are authorized by
the qualifying activity for listing on the applicable qualified products list before contract award (see 4.3 and 6.3).

3.2.1 Quality.

  3.2.1.1 Statistical process control (SPC). The contractor shall implement and use statistical process control
techniques in the manufacturing process for parts covered by this specification. The SPC program shall be developed
and maintained in accordance with EIA-557. Where SPC cannot be utilized because of non-continuous production
requirements, a lot sampling plan for inspection in accordance with table XIII with c = 0 can be utilized. The SPC and
c = 0 programs shall be documented and maintained as part of the overall reliability assurance program in accordance
with EIA-557 and MIL-STD-790. Evidence of such compliance shall be verified by the qualifying activity of this
specification as a prerequisite for qualification.

  3.3 Materials. Materials shall be as identified herein. However, when a definite material is not specified, a material
shall be used which will enable the connectors to meet all requirements of this specification. Acceptance or approval
of any constituent material shall not be construed as a guarantee for acceptance of the finished product.

   3.3.1 Interface materials, platings and processes. Interface materials, platings, and processes have been
established to provide assurances that connectors manufactured to this specification will properly interface to similar
industry standard or government specified connector systems without problems of electrochemical incompatibility or
excessive interface surface wear. The manufacturers of connectors supplied to this specification may be allowed to
use alternate recognized industry standard materials, platings, and processes from those identified in 3.3. Alternate
materials, platings and processes used must be coordinated with the qualifying activity as part of the qualification
process. Use of alternates to those referenced guidance items by the supplier must not result in inferior short or long
term performance or reliability of supplied connectors as compared with connectors manufactured using the
referenced materials, platings, or processes. Short or long term failures or reliability problems due to use of these
alternates shall be the responsibility of the supplier.

  3.3.2 Dissimilar metals. When dissimilar metals are employed in intimate contact with each other, protection
against electrolytic corrosion shall be provided (see 3.3.1).

  3.3.3 Nonmagnetic materials (classes M and N connectors). All parts used in classes M and N connectors shall be
made from materials which are classed as nonmagnetic (see 3.5.1).

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  3.3.4 Contact materials. Classes D, G, M, and N contact bodies shall be made of suitably conductive copper based
alloys. Classes H and K contacts may be ferrous alloy material. All contacts shall be suitably protected from
corrosion. When contacts are in-process plated in strip form, the absence of plating in the separation area is
acceptable, provided the area is nonfunctional and any corrosion products formed as a result of salt spray testing
(4.5.19) do not appear in the contact mating or termination areas.

  3.3.4.1 Accessory members. Contact accessory members such as hoods, pressure members and retaining
devices shall be made of corrosion resistant material or shall be suitably treated to resist corrosion.

  3.3.4.2 Contact finish (solder contact). The finish on contact bodies shall be gold applied either overall or localized
for class G, (see 6.5). The finish on contact bodies for classes D and M shall be gold plated applied overall. The finish
on contact bodies for classes H and K shall be gold plated.

  3.3.4.2.1 Overall finish. Contact bodies shall be overall gold plated in accordance with ASTM B488, type II, code C,
class 1.27, over a suitable underplate (see 6.5). Silver shall not be used as an underplate. Nickel shall not be used as
an underplate on classes M and N. The finish on contact bodies of class H and K connectors shall be gold plated in
accordance with ASTM B488, type II, code C, class 1.27. Preliminary plating of another metal is permissible.

  3.3.4.2.2 Localized finish. Contact bodies shall be overall nickel plated in accordance with SAE AMS-QQ-N-290,
except plating thickness shall be 30 to 150 microinches thick (see 6.5). Mechanical operations may be performed after
application of plating.

  3.3.4.2.2.1 Contact mating area. The contact mating area as shown on figure 1 shall be gold plated in accordance
with ASTM B488, type II, code C, class 1.27, over nickel plating (see 3.3.4.2.2).

  3.3.4.2.2.2 Terminations. Terminations shall be plated as follows:

      a. Solder cups: 100 microinches minimum tin-lead plated in accordance with SAE AMS-P-81728, 50 to 95
            percent tin.

      b. Insulation displacement: 100 microinches minimum tin-lead plated in accordance with SAE AMS-P-81728, 50
            to 95 percent tin.

      c. Printed wiring tails: Dimension M in accordance with MIL-DTL-24308/23 and MIL-DTL-24308/24, 100
            microinches minimum tin-lead plated in accordance with SAE AMS-P-81728.

      d. Solder dipping is permitted, providing it meets procedures and requirements of MIL-STD-202, method 208.

   3.3.5 Dielectric materials.

  3.3.5.1 Insert. Insert material type SDG-F or GDI-30F in accordance with ASTM D5948, or TPES013G30, TPES023G30
or TPES102G30 in accordance with ASTM D5927, or type GPT-30F, GET-30F, GCT-30F or GLCP-30F or GLCP-50F in
accordance with or MIL-M-24519 or PPS000G40A63463EA220ED037EE030EF125EG100EH150FL310Y11 in accordance
with ASTM D4067, for classes D, G, M, and N connectors. Insert dielectric materials for classes H and K shall be glass.

  3.3.6 Metal components. Metal components shall be of high grade corrosion resistant material or a material treated
to resist corrosion, which will allow the complete connector assembly to meet the requirements of this specification.

  3.3.6.1 Finish. (Class G and N), Shells shall be cadmium plated in accordance with type II, class 2 of
SAE AMS-QQ-P-416 or zinc plated in accordance with ASTM B633. A preliminary plating of another metal is
permissible. The resulting finish shall be electrically conductive, and shall be of a golden color to ensure that the
chromate finish has been properly applied or pure electrodeposited aluminum non-reflective in accordance with
MIL-DTL-83488 Corrosion-resistant steel parts including shells shall be passivated in accordance with
SAE AMS2700, types 2, 6, 7 or 8 and need not be overplated. (Class G only), zinc nickel alloy in accordance with
ASTM B841, non-reflective black an underplate is optional or Nickel Fluorocarbon Polymer non-reflective an
underplate is optional.

  3.3.6.2 Finish for class H connectors. Unless otherwise specified, all metal parts for class H connectors shall be tin
plated in accordance with ASTM B545. Preliminary plating of another metal is permissible. Tin shall contain a
minimum of 3% lead to prevent tin whiskers.

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  3.3.6.3 Finish for classes D, K, and M connectors. All metal parts for classes D and K connectors shall be
Electroless Nickel in accordance with SAE AMS2404, class 3 or 4, .0005 inch minimum thickness or electrically
conductive nickel-phosphorus conforming to ASTM B733, class 1 or 2, type III, .0005 inch minimum thickness. The
finish shall be dull. Use of a suitable underplate is permissible. For class M, the finish shall be gold in accordance
with ASTM B488 grade C, class 1.27 over a suitable underplate (see 6.5). A silver underplate shall not be used.
   3.3.7 Recycled, recovered, or environmentally preferable materials. Recycled, recovered, or environmentally
preferable materials should be used to the maximum extent possible provided that the material meets or exceeds the
operational and maintenance requirements and promotes economically advantageous life cycle costs.
   3.3.8 Pure tin. The use of pure tin is prohibited. Tin content used in connector materials shall not exceed 97
percent, and an alloy material shall be chosen to inhibit the growth of tin whiskers (see 6.7).

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                                 Inches    mm
                                 .0001   0.0025
                                 .020    0.51
                                 .0410   1.041
                                 .100    2.54
                                 .139    3.53
                                 .150    3.81
                                 .188    4.78

FIGURE 1. Gold thickness areas.
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NOTES:
  1. Overall finish: Measure gold thickness in zone A or B, as applicable.
  2. Localized finish: Apply gold to the inside and outside diameter of the contact in area X or Y. Measure gold
       thickness on outside diameter of the contact at point B or C, as applicable.
  3. On socket contacts with integral pressure members, area X (zone of tangency) extends from the tip of the
       contact to .020 inch beyond the point of tangency, (point C) on the inside and outside diameter of the contact.
  4. Dimensions are in inches.
  5. Metric equivalents are given for information only.

                   FIGURE 1. Gold thickness areas Continued.

  3.4 Interface and physical dimensions. Connectors shall be of the physical dimensions specified (see 3.1).
Connectors shall be so designed that neither the pins nor the sockets will be damaged during normal mating of
counterpart connectors.

  3.4.1 Contact interface design. Contacts interface design shall be as specified on individual standards or military
specification sheets (see 3.1).

   3.4.1.1 Solder contacts. Solder contacts shall be nonremovable from the insert, shall have eyelet or solder cup
terminals as specified (see 3.1) and shall be in accordance with MIL-DTL-24308, Appendix B. Solder cups shall be
designed such that during soldering no components will be damaged and no liquid solder shall escape.

3.4.1.2 Crimp contacts. Crimp contacts shall be as follows:

Connector density  Contact size  Contact Part or Identifying Number (PIN)

High               22D socket                                M39029/57-354
High               22D pin                                   M39029/58-360
Standard           20 pin                                    M39029/64-369
Standard           20 socket                                 M39029/63-368

  3.4.1.2.1 Contact insertion and removal tools. Crimp removable connectors shall be designed for contact insertion
and removal with the applicable military tools as follow:

          Contact            Tool PIN
            size
            22D    M81969/14-01 with plastic tips
                   M81969/1-04 with metal tips
             20    M81969/39-01 with plastic tips
                   M81969/1-02 with metal tips

  3.4.1.3 Classes H and K contacts. Classes H and K contacts are to be permanently fused in place and shall have
eyelet or solder cup terminals, as specified (see 3.1), and shall be in accordance with Appendix B.

  3.4.1.4 Insulation displacement contacts. Insulation displacement contacts shall be nonremovable from the insert
and shall be as specified (see 3.1).

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  3.4.2 Insert design and construction. Inserts shall be designed with suitable sections and radii such that they will
not readily chip, crack, or break in assembly or in normal service. Inserts shall be molded or bonded with a bond
barrier between all adjacent contacts and outside edge and of one-piece construction, except for IDC. Pin entry
openings on socket insert faces shall be as small as practicable. Socket inserts shall provide adequate protection
against a pin contacting a socket before the mating pair of connectors has been polarized. The inserts shall be so
designed that the inserts cannot be removed from the shells. The contact retaining system shall be free of foreign
material, adhesive, or any obstruction that would prevent smooth contact insertion and positive retention. The contact
retention system for removable crimp contact connectors shall be a metal retention clip or other contact retention
method, which will enable the contacts to meet the contact retention requirements specified in 3.5.5. All contact
retention systems shall utilize a common contact insertion/removal tool, (see 3.3.1).

  3.4.2.1 Insert arrangement. The insert arrangement shall be as specified by the connector PIN (see 3.1).

   3.4.2.2 Contact alignment and stability. With all contacts in place, the alignment of pin and socket contacts shall
always permit engagement irrespective of buildup of allowable tolerances on hole locations, distortion of contacts due
to crimping, and insert location in the shell.

  3.4.3 Shell design. The shell shall be designed to positively retain the insert and shall be constructed so that the
insert cannot be removed.

  3.4.3.1 Shell polarization. Polarization shall be accomplished by a keystone shape shell design with polarization
accomplished before engagement of the pins and sockets.

  3.4.3.2 Mounting. Connectors shall be provided with means to fasten the shell securely to a mounting surface.
Classes H and K connectors shall be provided with solder mounting provisions, or with provisions for external
mounting hardware (see 3.1).

  3.4.4 Interchangeability. All connectors and accessories having the same military PIN shall be completely
interchangeable with each other with respect to installation (physical) and performance (function) as specified herein.
Solder and crimp contact connectors shall be intermatable (see 3.1).

  3.4.5 Mated spacing. Connectors shall meet applicable performance requirements when mated within the spacing
shown on figure 2.

        PLUG  PIN               SHELL SIZES
RECEPTACLE       SOCKET      1 & 2 .265 .015

                                SHELL SIZES
                             3, 4, 5, 6 .256 .015

                                                              FIGURE 2. Mated spacing.

  3.5 Performance. Connectors shall be designed to meet the requirements specified herein.

  3.5.1 Magnetic permeability (classes M and N). The relative permeability of classes M and N connectors shall not
exceed 2 when measured as specified in 4.5.3.

  3.5.2 Maintenance aging (crimp type). All crimp-contact connectors shall be capable of conforming to the
requirements of 3.5.3 and 3.5.4 after maintenance aging of 4.5.4.

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  3.5.3 Contact insertion and removal forces. The axial forces required to insert and remove removable contacts
shall conform to the applicable requirements in table I when tested as specified in 4.5.5.

                                  TABLE I. Contact insertion and removal forces (pounds maximum).

                                                Contact size

                                           20              22D

                 Insertion                 4                  4
                 Removal
                                           4                  4

  3.5.4 Mating and unmating force. The force for mating and unmating of counterpart connectors shall meet the
requirements in table II. The connectors used in this test shall have the complete complement of contacts. Testing
shall be as specified in 4.5.6.

                                                TABLE II. Mating and unmating forces (pounds).

Shell                         Unmating                                      Mating
size
           Minimum                         Maximum               Maximum
  1
  2              Class                     Class                            Class
  3
  4    G, D, M, H, K             G, D, M,         H, K           G, D, M, N         H, K
  5
  6    N                         N

       0.75             1.50     6.0                7.00         10.0                7.25
                                                                 17.0               13.00
       1.00             2.00     10.0             13.00          28.0               21.25
                                                                 39.0               31.25
       1.75             3.25     17.0             21.25          49.0               42.25
                                                                 65.0
       2.50             4.50     24.0             31.25                               -----

       3.25             5.50     30.0             42.25

       4.50             ----     39.0               -----

  3.5.5 Contact retention. Contacts for classes G, D, M, and N connectors shall be retained in their inserts by a
9-pound (minimum) force. The axial displacement of contacts shall not exceed .012 inch (0.30 mm) while under load
(see 4.5.7).

  3.5.6 Dielectric withstanding voltage. Unmated connectors shall show no evidence of breakdown or flashover when
subjected to the test voltages and altitudes specified in tables III and IV. Corona shall not be considered as
breakdown. Testing shall be as specified in 4.5.8.

                                        TABLE III. Type I and II test voltage (Volts rms, 60 Hz). 1/

                        Humidity conditioned                     All other

       Altitude              (see 4.5.15)                        Conditions

                        Classes  Classes            Classes            Classes

                 G, D, M, N             H, K        G, D, M, N               H, K

Sea level               600             400         1,000                    750

70,000 feet             ---                ---             325               175

1/ These are not working voltages.

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         TABLE IV. Type III test voltage (Volts rms, 60 Hz). 1/

                                 Humidity                All other
                                                        conditions
         Altitude     conditioned
                      (see 4.5.15)                          500
                                                            200
                                           Class G

         Sea level               500

         70,000 feet             ---

         1/ These are not working voltages.

   3.5.7 Cable retention (flat cable only). When connectors are tested as specified in 4.5.9, they shall withstand the
minimum applied force without mechanical damage.

  3.5.8 Insulation resistance at ambient temperature. The insulation resistance of unmated connectors shall conform
to the applicable requirements in table V when tested as specified in 4.5.10.

         TABLE V. Insulation resistance (megohms minimum).

         Humidity conditioned (see 4.5.15)

After step 6 of test  After 24 hours of conditioning                    All other
procedure EIA-364-31  test procedure EIA-364-31                        conditions
                                                                    Megohms (min)
Megohms (min)                    Megohms (min)
         1                             1,000                              5,000

  3.5.9 Contact resistance. Contact resistance for mated pairs of pin and socket contacts shall be as specified in
table VI when tested as specified in 4.5.11.

         TABLE VI. Contact resistance (millivolts maximum).

                                 Contacts

Contact  AWG             Test                       Classes
size or  wire           current
         size         (amperes)       G, D, M, N                    H, K
  type
          24              3.0    After All others       After       All others
   20     20              7.5
          24              2.0    salt spray conditions  salt spray conditions
  IDC     20              5.0
PWB      28              1.0    55          45         ---               ---
          24              3.0
                                 65          55         ---               ---

                                 ---         ---        ind 165           ind 165

                                 ---         ---        avg 90            avg 70

                                 75          65         ---               ---

                                 55          45         ---               ---

  3.5.10 Contact engagement and separation forces. Socket contacts shall conform to the forces specified in table
VII when tested as specified in 4.5.12.

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TABLE VII. Contact engagement and separation forces (ounces).

                             Initial

Solder   Maximum individual  Maximum average      Minimum separation
contact                                                 force using
         engagement force    engagement force
  size                                             minimum diameter
         using maximum       using maximum                test pin
  22D                                                        0.7
   20    diameter test pin   diameter test pin               0.7
  IDC                                                        0.7
         12.0                         9.5
  22D                                                        0.6
   20    18.0                         12.0                   0.6
  IDC                                                        0.6
         18.0                         12.0

                             After conditioning

         14                           11.4

         22                           14

         22                           14

  3.5.11 Temperature cycling (classes G, H, and N). There shall be no damage detrimental to operation of the
connector after being subjected to the temperature extremes in table VIII as specified in 4.5.13.

         TABLE VIII. Temperature extremes.

               Extremes                     C
                  Low                   -55 +0

                  High                        -3

                                      +125 +3
                                              -0

  3.5.11.1 Temperature cycling (classes D, K, and M). There shall be no damage detrimental to connector operation
after being subjected to testing specified in 4.5.13.1. Following the test, the connectors shall withstand the sea level
dielectric withstanding voltage specified in table III.

  3.5.12 Air leakage (classes H and K connectors). When tested as specified in 4.5.14, the air leakage rate of
classes H and K connectors shall be no greater than one micron cubic foot per hour at a differential of one atmosphere
(1.04 x 10-5 atmospheres cm3/s). The specified leakage rate shall apply only through the connector and not through
the flange to the mounting surface joint.

  3.5.13 Humidity. Connectors shall meet the applicable dielectric withstanding voltage and insulation resistance
requirements (see 3.5.6 and 3.5.8) when tested as specified in 4.5.15.

  3.5.14 Vibration. Mated connectors shall not be damaged and there shall be no loosening of parts due to vibration.
Counterpart connectors shall be retained in engagement and there shall be no interruption of electrical continuity or
current flow longer than 1 microsecond when tested as specified in 4.5.16.

  3.5.15 Shock. Mated connectors shall not be damaged and there shall be no loosening of parts, nor shall there be
an interruption of electrical continuity or current flow longer than 1 microsecond during the exposure to mechanical
shock, as specified in 4.5.17.

  3.5.16 Durability. Counterpart connectors shall show no mechanical or electrical defects detrimental to the
operation of the connector, as specified in 3.5.4 and 3.5.10, after 500 cycles of mating and unmating as specified in
4.5.18.

  3.5.17 Salt spray (corrosion). Mated connectors shall show no exposure of base metal due to corrosion which will
affect performance as specified in 3.5.4, 3.5.5, 3.5.8, and 3.5.9 when tested as specified in 4.5.19.

   3.5.18 Oversize pin exclusion. Socket contacts shall exclude the entry of the test pin specified in table IX when
tested as specified in 4.5.20. After testing, the contacts shall meet the contact resistance requirements specified in
3.5.9.

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                          TABLE IX. Oversize pin exclusion.

                          Contact         Pin
                            size       diameter
                             20
                                         .046

  3.5.19 Resistance to test probe damage. Socket contacts shall meet the engaging and separating force
requirements specified in 3.5.10 and shall show no evidence of visible damage when tested as specified in 4.5.21.

   3.5.20 Fluid immersion. Connectors shall mate within the forces specified in 3.5.4 after being subjected to the fluid
immersion test as specified in 4.5.22.

3.5.21 Insert retention.

  3.5.21.1 Insert retention (classes D, G, M, and N). Inserts shall not be dislocated from their original positions with
an axial load of 60 lb/in2 applied as specified in 4.5.23.

  3.5.21.2 Insert retention (classes H and K). Classes H and K inserts shall not be dislocated from their original
positions or damaged when an effective pressure differential of 200 lb/in2 is applied as specified in 4.5.23.

  3.5.22 Contact pin strength. After being subjected to mechanical loading specified in 4.5.25 pin contacts shall
exhibit a permanent set no greater than .005 inch.

  3.5.23 Solderability. Solderable, nonremovable contact terminations shall withstand the test specified in 4.5.24.
Printed wiring tails shall meet the solderability requirements in accordance with MIL-STD-202, method 208.

  3.5.24 Thermal vacuum outgassing (classes D, K, and M). The entire connector assembly, when tested as
specified in 4.5.26, shall have maximum total mass loss (TML) of 1.0 percent of the original specimen mass and shall
have a maximum volatile condensable material (VCM) content of 0.1 percent of the original specimen mass.

  3.5.25 Resistance to soldering heat. Solderable, nonremovable contact connectors shall withstand the tests
specified in 4.5.27.

  3.6 Marking. Connectors shall be marked in accordance with method I of MIL-STD-1285 or an equivalent industry
standard, and shall include the military PIN (see 3.1), the manufacturer's name or code symbol, and date code.

  3.6.1 Insert marking. Raised or depressed characters may be used. Markings are shown on the applicable military
specification sheet or standard. Socket face and pin faces are the opposite. Contact position markings shall appear
on both sides of the insert. On insulation displacement connectors, the first and last pin number of each row shall be
marked clearly on the housing.

  3.6.1.1 Contact designations. All contact locations shall be designated by identifiable characters on the front and
rear faces of the insert or insert assembly. Positioning and arrangement of the characters shall be such that the
corresponding contact location may be readily identifiable. Connector shell marking and insert marking shall remain
legible after completion of the tests specified in 4.5.

  3.6.2 Connector kit package. Each connector kit package shall contain a removable contact connector (marked
with the complete connector PIN), a full complement of contacts for the connector, and an applicable insertion/removal
tool as required by the detail specification sheet (see 3.1).

  3.7 Workmanship. Connectors shall be processed in such a manner as to be uniform in quality and shall be free
from burrs, crazing, cracks, voids, pimples, chips, blisters, pin holes, sharp cutting edges, and other defects that will
adversely affect life, serviceability, or appearance. Sharp cutting edges are acceptable on the terminations of IDC
connectors.

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  4. VERIFICATION

  4.1 Classification of inspections. The inspections specified herein are classified as follows:

       a. Qualification inspection (see 4.3).

       b. Conformance inspection(see 4.4).

  4.2 Inspection conditions. Unless otherwise specified herein, all inspections shall be performed in accordance with
the test conditions specified in the "GENERAL REQUIREMENTS" of MIL-STD-202 and EIA-364.

  4.2.1 Test equipment and inspection facilities. Test and measuring equipment and inspection facilities of sufficient
accuracy, quality and quantity to permit performance of the required inspection shall be established and maintained by
the contractor. The establishment and maintenance of a calibration program to control the accuracy of the measuring
and test equipment (i.e. NCSL Z540.3, ISO 10012 or comparable standards) shall be required.

  4.2.2 Assembly plants. Assembly plants must be listed on or approved for listing on the applicable Qualified
Products List (QPL). The qualified connector manufacturer shall certify that the assembly plant is approved for the
distribution of the manufacturer's parts. The assembly plant shall use only piece parts supplied by the qualified
connector manufacturer. No testing other than visual inspection is required of certified piece parts obtained from the
qualified connector manufacturer, except when there is cause for rejection. All assemblies produced at the assembly
plant shall be subjected to inspection of product to assure that the assembly process conforms with established at the
qualified manufacturing plant. Quality control requirements, including Government inspection surveillance, shall be the
same as required for the qualified connector manufacturer.

   4.2.3 Established reliability and high reliability practice. An established reliability and high reliability practice shall
be maintained in accordance with MIL-STD-790. Evidence of such compliance shall be verified by the qualifying
activity of this specification as a prerequisite for initial and continued qualification.

   4.3 Qualification inspection. Qualification inspection shall be performed at a laboratory acceptable to the
Government (see 6.3) on sample units produced with equipment and procedures normally used in production. Use of
alternate materials, platings, and processes shall be identified in the product test documentation (see 3.3.1).

  4.3.1 Sample size.

  4.3.1.1 Connectors. A minimum of 6 completely assembled plugs and receptacles of each class (1.3.1) of each
type (1.3.3), and of each style (1.3.2), with the largest insert arrangement for which qualification is desired shall be
subjected to the examinations and tests, except for thermal vacuum outgassing, in the sequence shown in table XI.
For classes D, K, and M, all the nonmetallic materials, including lubricants, of two additional connectors shall be
subjected to the thermal vacuum outgassing test. If classes G and N or M and D are being qualified at the same time,
a minimum of three completely assembled plugs and receptacles with the insert arrangement of the largest size
connector of the type (1.3.3) with the same style of termination (1.3.2), and each class (classes G and N, 3 class G, 3
class N; classes D and M, 3 class M, 3 class D) shall be subjected to the examinations and tests, except for thermal
vacuum outgassing, in the sequence shown in table XI. For classes D and M, all the nonmetallic materials, including
lubricants, of one additional connector of each class shall be subjected to the thermal vacuum outgassing test. The
connectors shall have a full complement of contacts. Half of the class H and class K contacts shall have solder cups
and the remainder shall have eyelets. The samples subjected to qualification testing shall be provided with
counterpart connectors for those tests requiring mating assemblies. The counterpart connectors provided for this
purpose shall be new, previously qualified connectors or new connectors submitted for qualification testing. Suppliers
not producing mating connectors shall submit substantiating, certification data that tests were performed with qualified
counterpart connectors. The samples shall be taken from a production run and shall be produced with equipment and
procedures normally used in production.

  4.3.1.1.1 Printed wiring board connectors. When qualifying plugs and receptacles of printed wiring board
termination types, both the plug and receptacle shall be mounted to printed wiring boards and test as mated
connectors.

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  4.3.1.2 Qualification of additional connectors. For all other connector sizes of the same type, class, and style of
termination for which qualification is desired, two each of the completely assembled plugs and receptacles shall be
subjected to the examinations and tests in the sequence shown in table XI. Mating plugs and receptacles shall be
furnished.

  4.3.1.3 Preparation of samples. Connectors shall be wired with approximately 2 feet of wire in accordance with
NEMA HP 3, type E and table X. Half of the connectors of each type shall be wired with the maximum wire size and
the remainder shall be wired with the minimum wire size specified in table X. Termination of wires to contacts shall be
accomplished as follows: A MIL-C-22520/2 crimping tool (see 3.1), shall be used for removable contacts. Soldering
shall be used for nonremovable contacts. Insulation displacement connectors shall use flexible, flat, unshielded, round
conductor cable (see 3.3.1).

              TABLE X. Test wire sizes.

Contact size   Maximum                    Minimum
                wire size                  wire size
      20
      22D           20                         24
     IDC            22                         28

              28 stranded                28 stranded

  4.3.2 Inspection routine. The sample shall be subjected to the inspections specified in table XI, in the order shown.
All sample units shall be subjected to visual and mechanical inspection before wiring (see 4.3.1.2 and 4.4.1).

  4.3.3 Failures. One or more failures shall be cause for refusal to grant qualification approval.

   4.3.4 Verification of qualification. To retain qualification, the contractor shall verify in coordination with the qualifying
activity the capability of manufacturing products which meet the requirements of this specification. Refer to the
qualifying activity for the guidelines necessary to retain qualification to this specification. The contractor shall
immediately notify the qualifying activity when inspection data indicates failure of the qualified product to meet the
requirements of this specification.

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                                      TABLE XI. Qualification inspection.

                      Inspection                     Requirement           Test          Connector

                                                     paragraph             method        class 1/

                                                                   paragraph

                                                                                   123 4 5

Group I

Visual and mechanical inspection                     3.1, 3.3, 3.4, 4.5.2          XXX X X

                                                     3.6, and 3.7

Magnetic permeability (classes N and M) 2/           3.5.1                 4.5.3         XX

Maintenance aging (crimp type)                       3.5.2                 4.5.4   X     X

Contact insertion and removal forces                 3.5.3                 4.5.5   X     X

Mating and unmating force                            3.5.4                 4.5.6   X     X

Contact retention 3/                                 3.5.5                 4.5.7   XXX X

Dielectric withstanding voltage: 2/

At sea level                                         3.5.6                 4.5.8.1 X X X X X

At altitude                                          3.5.6                 4.5.8.2 X X X X X

Cable retention (flat cable only) 4/                 3.5.7                 4.5.9      X

Insulation resistance at ambient temperature 2/      3.5.8                 4.5.10 X X X X X

Contact resistance                                   3.5.9                 4.5.11     X     XX

Contact engagement and separation forces             3.5.10                4.5.12     X     XX

Mating and unmating force                            3.5.4                 4.5.6   XXX X X

Temperature cycling (classes G, H, and N)            3.5.11                4.5.13 X X X X X

Temperature cycling (classes D, K, and M)            3.5.11.1              4.5.13.1 X X X X X

Air leakage (classes H and K)                        3.5.12                4.5.14                   X

Humidity                                             3.5.13                4.5.15 X X X X X

Dielectric withstanding voltage                      3.5.6                 4.5.8   XXX X X

Insulation resistance                                3.5.8                 4.5.10 X X X X X

Vibration                                            3.5.14                4.5.16 X X X X X

Shock                                                3.5.15                4.5.17 X X X X X

Durability                                           3.5.16                4.5.18 X X X X X

Contact engagement and separation forces             3.5.10                4.5.12     X     XX

Mating and unmating force                            3.5.4                 4.5.6   XXX X X

Salt spray (corrosion) 3/                            3.5.17                4.5.19 X X X X X

Contact resistance                                   3.5.9                 4.5.11     X     XX

Mating and unmating                                  3.5.4                 4.5.6   XXX X X

Contact retention                                    3.5.5                 4.5.7   XXX X

Oversize pin exclusion                               3.5.18                4.5.20     X     X

Contact resistance                                   3.5.9                 4.5.11     X     X

Resistance to test probe damage                      3.5.19                4.5.21     X     X

Contact engagement and separation forces             3.5.10                4.5.12     X     X

Fluid immersion 2/                                   3.5.20                4.5.22 X X X X X

Mating and unmating force 2/                         3.5.4                 4.5.6   XXX X X

Insert retention                                     3.5.21                4.5.23 X X X X X

Visual and mechanical inspection                     3.1, 3.3, 3.4, 4.5.2          XXX X X

                                                     3.6 and 3.7

Thermal vacuum outgassing (classes D, K, and M) 5/ 3.5.24                  4.5.26 X X X X X

Group II 6/, 7/                                      3.5.25                4.5.27     X     XX
Resistance to solder heat

Group III                                            3.5.23                4.5.24     X     XX
Solderability 6/                                     3.5.22                4.5.25
Contact pin strength                                                                  X     XX
See footnotes on next page.

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                             TABLE XI. Qualification inspection Continued.

1/ Connector class:

    1. Classes D and G -Removable contact connectors.
    2. Classes D and G -Nonremovable contact connectors.
    3. Classes M and N -Removable contact connectors.
    4. Classes M and N -Nonremovable contact connectors.
    5. Classes H and K -Nonremovable contact connectors.

2/ Not applicable for periodic inspection.

3/ Not applicable for non-removable contacts.

4/  DC Connectors shall meet the test requirements specified for classes G and D nonremovable contact

    connectors.

5/ See 4.5.1.1 (nonmetallic materials of two connector assemblies).

6/ Not applicable for crimp, wrappost, and IDC contacts.

7/ Not applicable for hermetic connectors.

4.4 Conformance inspection.

4.4.1 Inspection of product for delivery. Inspection of product for delivery shall consist of group A inspection.

  4.4.1.1 Inspection lot. An inspection lot shall consist of all connectors or removable crimp contacts, as applicable,
covered by one specification sheet, produced under essentially the same conditions, and offered for inspection at one
time.

  4.4.1.2 Group A inspection. Group A inspection shall consist of the inspections specified in Table XII, in the order
shown.

  4.4.1.2.1 Sampling plan (group A). Table XII tests shall be performed on a production lot basis. Samples shall be
selected as specified in table XIII. If one or more defects are found, the lot shall be screened for that particular defect
and the defective parts removed. A new sample of parts shall be selected as specified in table XIII and all group A
tests again performed. If one or more defects are found in the second sample, the lot shall be rejected and shall not
be supplied to this specification.

                             TABLE XII. Group A inspection.

                           Inspection                     Requirement         Test method
                                                           paragraph           paragraph
    Visual and mechanical inspection
                                                          3.1, 3.3, 3.4,          4.5.2
    Contact engagement and separation forces              3.6, and 3.7
    (nonremovable contacts)                                                       4.5.12
    Insulation resistance at ambient                         3.5.10
    temperature                                                                   4.5.10
    Dielectric withstanding voltage                          3.5.8
    (sea level)                                                                   4.5.8
                                                             3.5.6

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TABLE XIII. Lot and sample size.

       Lot size     Sample size

         2 to 12        100%
       13 to 150          13
     151 to 280           20
     281 to 500           29
     501 to 1,200         34
   1,201 to 3,200         42
   3,200 to 10,000        50
10,001 to 35,000         60
35,001 to 150,000        74
150,001 to 500,000        90
500,001 and over
                         102

  4.4.2 Retention of qualification. Retention of qualification inspection on connectors shall consist of the
examinations and tests shown in table XI. Shipment shall not be held up pending the results of this inspection.

   4.4.3 Periodic inspection. Periodic inspection shall consist of group B inspection, except where the results of this
inspection show noncompliance with the applicable requirement (4.4.3.1.4). Delivery of products, which have passed
group A, shall not be delayed pending the results of these periodic inspections.

  4.4.3.1 Group B inspection. Group B inspection shall consist of the inspections specified in table XI, in the order
shown. Group B inspection shall be made on sample units which has been randomly selected from inspection lots,
which have passed the group A inspection.

  4.4.3.1.1 Sampling plan.

       Group I: Sample connectors consisting of two mated pairs of each class, of each type, of each style of
                     termination, with the largest insert arrangement and all the nonmetallic materials, including lubricants,
                     of one connector of classes D, K, and M for which retention of qualification is desired shall be selected
                     every 36 months. If production of a particular PIN is not current, the group B tests must take place at
                     the time production is resumed. The testing shall revert to the original schedule, which is applied to a
                     newly qualified product. If group B testing on classes G and N, D and M, or G, N, D, M is desired, one
                     completely assembled plug and receptacle of each class shall be subjected to the examinations and
                     tests in lieu of two of a single class.

       Group II: One each of plug and receptacle with the largest insert arrangement being tested shall be submitted.

       Group III: Twenty contacts each for pin and socket solder type termination being tested shall be submitted for
                     solderability requirements, and eight pin contacts of each type being tested shall be submitted for
                     contact and pin strength requirements.

  4.4.3.1.2 Failures. If any sample units fail to pass group B inspection, the entire sample shall be considered to have
failed.

  4.4.3.1.3 Disposition of sample units. Sample units, which have been subjected to group B inspection, shall not be
delivered on the contract.

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  4.4.3.1.4 Noncompliance. If a sample fails to pass group B inspection, the manufacturer shall notify the qualifying
activity and the cognizant inspection activity of such failure and take corrective action on the materials or processes, or
both, as warranted, and on all units of product which can be corrected and which were manufactured using essentially
the same materials and processes, and which are considered subject to the same failure. Acceptance and shipment
of the product shall be discontinued until corrective action, acceptable to the qualifying activity has been taken. After
the corrective action has been taken, group B inspection shall be repeated on additional sample units (all inspections,
or the inspection which the original sample failed, at the option of the qualifying activity). Group A inspection may be
reinstituted; however, final acceptance and shipment shall be withheld until the group B inspection has shown that the
corrective action was successful. In the event of failure after inspection, information concerning the failure shall be
made available to the cognizant inspection activity and the qualifying activity.

  4.5 Methods of inspection.

  4.5.1 Test methods. The following tests and test procedures assure connector integrity within typical operating
conditions and applications. Alternate commercial industry standard test methods are allowed. However when and
alternate methods are used, the qualifying activity must be notified prior to performance of the test. The test methods
described herein are proven methods and shall be the referee method in cases of dispute.

  4.5.2 Visual and mechanical inspection. Connectors and contacts shall be examined to verify that the dimensions,
materials, design, construction, marking, and workmanship are in accordance with the applicable requirements (see
3.1, 3.3, 3.4, 3.6, and 3.7).

  4.5.3 Magnetic permeability (classes M and N) (see 3.5.1). Permeability shall be measured on classes M and N
connectors with an instrument conforming to ASTM A342/A342M. The connectors may be wired or unwired, but shall
not be carrying current. Requirements shall be as specified in 3.5.1.

  4.5.4 Maintenance aging (crimp contact connectors only (see 3.5.2)). Connectors shall be tested in accordance
with test procedure EIA-364-24. Installing/removal tools shall be in accordance with the applicable specification sheet
(see 3.1). Twenty percent of the contacts in a plug or receptacle, but not less than three contacts per connector
mating half, shall be tested.

  4.5.5 Contact insertion and removal forces (see 3.5.3). Contacts shall be inserted and removed in accordance with
test procedure EIA-364-05. Installing/removal tools shall be in accordance with the applicable specification sheet
(see 3.1).

  4.5.6 Mating and unmating force (see 3.5.4). Mated connectors shall be tested in accordance with test procedure
EIA/ECA-364-13. The rate of mating and unmating shall be 1 to 10 inches per minute.

  4.5.7 Contact retention (see 3.5.5). Connectors shall be tested in accordance with test procedure EIA/ECA-364-29.
The following details shall apply:

       a. Axial direction: Shall be applied in both directions.
       b. Axial load: As specified.

  4.5.8 Dielectric withstanding voltage (see 3.5.6).

  4.5.8.1 Sea level. Unmated connectors shall be tested in accordance with test procedure EIA-364-20, condition I.
The applicable test voltages specified in 3.5.6 shall be applied between all adjacent contacts and between the shell
and each peripheral contact. Requirements shall be as specified in 3.5.6. For group A inspection testing, voltage may
be applied for a minimum of 10 seconds.

  4.5.8.2 Altitude. The connectors shall be tested in accordance with test procedure EIA-364-20, condition IV. After
5 minutes at the simulated altitude, the connectors shall be tested as specified in 4.5.8.1.

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  4.5.9 Cable retention (flat cable only) (see 3.5.7). The unmated wired connector with strain relief, when applicable,
shall be mounted by normal mounting means and aligned with the test fixture. An axial force of 8 ounces per contact
shall be applied. The force shall be applied 6 inches from the mating face of the connector to the cable and shall pull
away from the connector in a direction that will put the maximum stress on the contact-cable interface.

   4.5.10 Insulation resistance at ambient temperature (see 3.5.8). Unmated connectors shall be tested in accordance
with test procedure EIA/ECA-364-21. The resistance shall be measured between the contact shell and a point
including 50 percent, (but not less than four) of the contact pairs adjacent to the contact shell, or between the contact
shell and a point including 50 percent, (but not less than six) of the contacts adjacent to the contact shell. The
contacts selected shall be those having the closest spacing between measurement points and the measured
resistance shall be as specified in 3.5.8.

  4.5.11 Contact resistance (nonremovable contacts)(see 3.5.9). Contacts shall be tested in accordance with test
procedure EIA-364-06. A minimum of four mated contacts or 20 percent of the mated contacts, whichever is greater,
shall be measured in each connector being tested. The following details apply:

       a. Wire size: As specified (see 3.1).
       b. Preparation: Connectors mated.
       c. Test current: Maximum contact current rating (see 3.5.9).
       d. Test circuits for nonremovable and classes H and K connectors shall be as shown in test procedure

             EIA-364-06. Test circuit for IDC connectors shall be as shown on figure 3.

  4.5.11.1 Classes H and K pin contacts. Classes H and K pin contacts shall be mated with counterpart copper
based alloy socket contacts for the test specified in 4.5.11.

   POW ER  OPTIONAL

I  SUPPLY

           RL

                                                                                                           V
                                                                                                             M

                                     FIGURE 3. Contact resistance test circuit for IDC connectors.

   4.5.12 Contact engagement and separation forces (see 3.5.10). Contact engagement and separation forces shall
be tested in accordance with test procedure EIA-364-37. Four contacts or 20 percent of the contacts, whichever is
greater, shall be measured in each connector being tested. The following details apply:

       a. Insert and separate a maximum diameter pin in and from each socket contact, then insert and remove a
             minimum diameter pin in the same sockets. During separation of the minimum diameter test pin, the
           minimum separation force shall be as specified in 3.5.10.

       b. Insert and separate a maximum diameter pin in and from each socket contact three times. During the third
           cycle, the engagement force shall be as specified in 3.5.10.

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  4.5.13 Temperature cycling (classes G, H, and N) (see 3.5.11). Unmated connectors shall be tested in accordance
with test procedure EIA-364-32, condition I, 5 cycles, except that the maximum temperature shall be as specified in
table VIII. At the completion of the last cycle, the connectors shall be returned to room temperature for further
examination and shall meet the requirements specified in 3.5.11.

  4.5.13.1 Temperature cycling (classes D, K, and M) (see 3.5.11.1). Mated connectors shall be tested in
accordance with test procedure EIA-364-32, condition I, 5 cycles, except that the maximum temperature shall be as
specified in table VIII. At the completion of the last cycle, the connectors shall be returned to room temperature for
further examination and shall meet the requirements specified in 3.5.11.1.

  4.5.14 Air leakage (classes H and K connectors) (see 3.5.12). Classes H and K connectors shall be mounted in a
manner suitable for application of one atmosphere pressure differential across the connectors, and tested in
accordance with test procedure EIA-364-02. The leakage rate shall be determined while pressurized air or gas,
containing not less than 10 percent helium by volume, is applied to the connector. Requirements shall be as specified
in 3.5.12.

  4.5.15 Humidity (see 3.5.13). The connectors shall be fully wired. The unmated and wired connectors shall be
subjected to a humidity test in accordance with test procedure EIA-364-31, method IV and with the following
exceptions and details as specified in 3.5.13.

       a. After the 24 hour conditioning period, the insulation resistance shall be measured.

       b. Upon completion of step 6 of the final cycle, connectors shall be removed from the chamber and surface
             moisture removed from the insulators. Immediately following removal of surface moisture, the insulation
             resistance tests (see 4.5.10) and the sea level dielectric withstanding voltage test (see 4.5.8.1) shall be
             conducted.

  4.5.16 Vibration (see 3.5.14). The connector assembly shall be mounted as specified herein and vibrated in
accordance with test procedure EIA-364-28, test condition IV. All contacts shall be wired in series with at least 100
milliamperes of current allowed to flow. A suitable instrument shall be employed to monitor the current flow and to
indicate any discontinuity or interruption of current flow. Requirements shall be as specified in 3.5.14.

  4.5.16.1 Connector mounting. Each receptacle shall be mounted on a suitable fixture, which in turn shall be
attached to a vibration table. A suitable sensor shall monitor the receptacles at a point on or near the receptacle. A
counterpart plug shall be engaged with the receptacle and shall not be held by any locking means. The wire bundles
or cables attached to the receptacle shall be clamped to nonvibrating points at least 8 inches from the rear of the
receptacle. The wire bundles or cables attached to the plug shall be clamped to a vibrating point 4 1/2 inches from
the rear of the plug. The clamping length shall be chosen to avoid resonance of the wire bundles or cables. To
eliminate possible wire breakage when testing connectors wired with number 28 AWG wire, a strain relief clamp that
mounts directly to the connector and reduces the clamping length of the wire bundle to a minimum is permitted.

  4.5.16.2 Printed wiring board connector mounting. Right angle connectors shall have the receptacle mounted on an
epoxy glass printed wiring board, 1/16 inch minimum (plus added tolerances) thick and clamped to a suitable fixture
which in turn shall be firmly mounted on the vibration table. Each plug shall be mounted in the normal manner at one
end of the rectangular epoxy glass laminate board. The board shall be 1/16 inch minimum thick.

   4.5.17 Shock (see 3.5.15). Mated connectors shall be subjected to test condition E, test procedure EIA-364-27.
One shock shall be applied in each direction of the three major axes of the connectors. Receptacles shall be mounted
similar to the mounting specified in 4.5.16.1. Plugs shall be engaged with the receptacles and shall not be held by any
locking means. All contacts shall be wired in series with a minimum of 100 milliamperes of current allowed to flow. The
wire bundles or cables shall be clamped to structures that move. A minimum of 8 inches of wire or cable shall be
unsupported behind the rear of the receptacle and 4 1/2 inches of wire or cable shall be unsupported behind the rear
of the plug. A suitable instrument shall be employed to indicate any discontinuity or interruption of current flow.
Requirement shall be as specified in 3.5.15.

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4.5.17.1 Printed wiring board connector mounting. Mounting method as specified in 4.5.16.2.

  4.5.18 Durability (see 3.5.16). Connectors shall be tested in accordance with test procedure EAI-364-09. The
following details apply:

a. Mated and unmated 500 times at a rate of 200 100 cycles per hour.

b. After 500 cycles mated connectors shall be subjected to salt spray.

  4.5.19 Salt spray (corrosion) (see 3.5.17). Mated connectors shall be subjected to a salt spray test in accordance
with test procedure EIA/ECA-364-26, test condition B. After exposure, connectors shall be thoroughly washed with tap
water to remove all salt deposits and then shall be dried in a circulating air oven at temperature of 38C 3C for a
period of 12 hours. They shall then be visually examined for evidence of corrosion and subjected to the contact
resistance test specified in 4.5.11 and the mating and unmating force test as specified in 4.5.6.

  4.5.20 Oversize pin exclusion (see 3.5.18). A hardened steel oversize pin, as specified in 3.5.18, shall be placed in
a position centered and parallel to the axis of the socket contact. A 12-ounce axial force shall then be applied tending
to force the test pin into the socket contact. After completion of the test, the contacts shall be subjected to the contact
resistance test as specified in 4.5.11. This test shall be performed on 20 percent or a minimum of four, of the socket
contacts in each connector.

  4.5.21 Resistance to test probe damage (see 3.5.19). Socket contacts shall be tested in accordance with test
procedure EIA-364-25. The following details shall apply:

a. The test shall be performed on 20 percent of the contacts, or a minimum of four contacts.

b. After testing, the contacts shall meet the requirements specified in 3.5.19 (contact engagement and
     separation).

c. Type 1 or type 2 contact holding device.

d. Probe damage tool shall be inserted into the contact to the following depths:

Contact                                      Holding fixture
  size
                              Type 1                                   Type 2
   20               .202 .005, .077 .005                   .250 .005, .125 .007
  IDC
   20               .202 .005, .077 .005                   .250 .005, .125 .007

e. The diameter of the handle (.190) is not applicable.

  4.5.22 Fluid immersion (see 3.5.20). Connectors shall be tested in accordance with test procedure EIA-364-10.
The following details apply:

a. Test fluid (a).

b. Test fluid (d).

  4.5.23 Insert retention (see 3.5.21). Unmated connectors shall be tested in accordance with test procedure
EIA-364-35:

       a. Force to be applied: 10 lb/in2 per second until pressure specified in 3.5.21 is reached.

b. For classes D, G, M, and N connectors, the wired contacts may be removed for convenience of testing.

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  4.5.24 Solderability (see 3.5.23). Solderability, nonremovable contact terminations except wrappost, IDC, and
crimp, shall be tested in accordance with method 208 of MIL-STD-202 (type R or RMA flux may be used). Solder cup
terminations shall be tested in the following manner:

       a. Test samples shall not be cleaned prior to soldering.

       b. Test sample connectors shall have the solder cups dipped in, or brushed with, flux type RMA just prior to the
             application of solder.

       c. A pencil type soldering iron shall be used, with temperature regulated to 360C 10C to heat the test solder
             cups.

       d. After heating the test solder cups to a solder melt temperature, 63/37 tin-lead type solder shall be applied to
             fill the solder cup to a capacity which will result in solder wetting the entire cup surface and forming a solder
             fill meniscus across the open portion of the solder cup.

       e. The finished solder fill shall be smooth and slightly concave with clear wetting and adhesion to all internal
             surfaces of the solder cup. Inspection shall be aided by a 10X optical aid.

       f. Twenty percent but not less than seven contacts of test specimen shall be tested.

  4.5.25 Contact pin strength (nonremovable contacts) (see 3.5.22). Contacts shall be mounted in a suitable fixture
and a gradual load applied to the pin as shown on figure 4. The rate of travel of the testing machine shall not exceed
1 inch per minute, and the load shall be maintained for one minute +15, -0 seconds. The permanent set shall be the
difference between the initial and final position of the load application after load removal.

                                                                           L

                                                                              0.8L
                                                                              MIN

PERMANENT
SET

Mating           moment
end              (lb-in.)
size      (unless otherwise
           specified see 3.1)
  20
  22                .53
  23                .22
  24                .16
                    .13

FIGURE 4. Contact pin strength.

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  4.5.26 Thermal vacuum outgassing (classes D, K, and M) (see 3.5.24). All nonmetallic materials, including
lubricants, used in the manufacture of these connectors shall be tested in accordance with JSC SP-R-0022 or
ASTM E595 to determine the maximum TML of the original specimen mass and the VCM content of the original
specimen mass. For the purpose of determining TML and VCM of connectors, the original specimen mass shall be
the assembled connector mass excluding metallic parts. The TMC and VCM for the connectors may be determined by
testing the specific materials of the connector and calculating the loss for the connector.

  4.5.27 Resistance to solder heat (solderable, nonremovable contacts only) (see 3.5.25). Unmated connectors with
printed wiring board terminations shall be tested in accordance with method 210 of MIL-STD-202, condition C.
Unmated connectors with solder terminations shall be tested as follows:

       a. Where applicable (not for printed circuit board type connectors) the appropriate copper wire size, 2 to 4
             inches in length, properly prepared for the applicable solder cup size shall be inserted into the contact
             termination. Seven contacts or twenty percent of the contacts, whichever is greater, shall be tested.

       b. The test specimens shall be fluxed accordingly with flux liquid or other techniques (see 3.3.1).

       c. The solder iron shall be heated to a temperature of 360C 10C. It shall be applied to the termination for a
             period necessary to hold the solder in a liquid state for 4 to 5 seconds. Solder type to be used is SN-63 in
             accordance with J-STD-006.

       d. After application, the soldering iron shall be removed and a visual and mechanical inspection performed. The
             visual inspection shall be at 10X.

       e. The connector shall show no evidence of distortion or damage to any area of the connector housing. The
             contact shall meet the contact retention requirement (see 3.5.5).

   5. PACKAGING

   5.1 Packaging. For acquisition purposes, the packaging requirement shall be as specified in the contract or order
(see 6.2). When packaging of materiel is to be performed by DoD or in-house contractor personnel, these personnel
need to contact the responsible packaging activity to ascertain requisite packaging requirements. Packaging
requirements are maintained by the Inventory Control Point's packaging activity within the Military Service or Defense
Agency, or within the military service's system commands. Packaging data retrieval is available from the managing
Military Department or Defense Agency's automated packaging files, CD-ROM products, or by contacting the
responsible packaging activity.

  6. NOTES

  (This section contains information of a general or explanatory nature that may be helpful, but is not mandatory.)

  6.1 Intended use. These connectors are intended for general military use. Connector installations should be
designed to assure that connectors are mated within the limits specified in 3.4.5. The class and types of connectors
are intended for application as follows:

       a. Classes G and N connectors are intended for use in applications where the operating temperature range
             -55 to +125C is experienced. Crimp contact connectors have the additional advantage of possessing
             removable crimp-type contacts.

       b. Class N connectors are intended for use in applications where the presence of residual magnetism must be
             held to very low levels to avoid interference with nearby sensitive instrumentation.

       c. Class H receptacles are intended for use in applications where atmospheric pressures must be contained by
             the connectors across the wall or panels on which they are mounted. If air leakage requirements are critical,
             a class H connector should be used.

       d. Crimp contact connectors should have contacts present in all positions when the connector is installed.

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       e. Classes D, K, and M connectors are for high reliability space applications.
      f. Connector installations should be designed to assure that connectors are mated within the limits specified
           in 3.4.5.
  6.2 Acquisition requirements. Acquisition documents must specify the following:
       a. Title, number, and date of the specification.
       b. Title, number, and date of the applicable specification sheet and the complete PIN (see 3.1).
       c. Packaging requirement (see 5.1).
   6.3 Qualification. With respect to products requiring qualification, awards will be made only for products which are,
at the time of award of contract, qualified for inclusion in Qualified Products List QPL No. 24308 whether or not such
products have actually been so listed by that date. The attention of the contractors is called to these requirements, and
manufacturers are urged to arrange to have the products that they propose to offer to the Federal Government tested
for qualification in order that they may be eligible to be awarded contracts or orders for the products covered by this
specification. Information pertaining to qualification of products may be obtained from Defense Supply Center
Columbus (DSCC-VQ), Document Control Unit, Columbus, OH 43218-3990 or e mail vqchief@dla.mil. An online
listing of products qualified to this specification may be found in the Qualified Products Database (QPD) at
https://assist.dla.mil.
  6.4 Copyright notice. All information disclosed in this specification and related specification sheets and military
standards which are or may be copyrighted by IIT Cannon Electric are reproduced herein with the express permission
of the copyright owner.
  6.5 Definitions.
  6.5.1 Overall finish. A finish having a specified minimum thickness applied over the entire surface area, such as
barrel plating technique or other nonselective plating techniques, etc.
  6.5.2 Localized finish. A finish having a specified minimum thickness applied to a definite area, such as, clad, inlay,
welded dot, selective plating technique, etc.
  6.5.3 Gold finish. A finish having an unspecified thickness of gold not requiring a specific thickness.
  6.6 Specification sheet selection. Use table XIV to determine desired connector specification sheet from the
features listed.
   6.7 Tin whisker growth. The use of alloys with tin content greater than 97 percent may exhibit tin whisker growth
problems after manufacture. Tin whiskers may occur anytime from a day to years after, and can develop under typical
operation conditions on products that use such materials. Conformal coatings applied over top of a whisker-prone
surface will not prevent the formation of tin whiskers. Alloys of 3 percent lead have shown to inhibit the growth of tin
whiskers.

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                                  TABLE XIV. Specification sheet selection .

Specification      Class    Mounting    Contact           Termination         Contact    Positions available
     sheet     D, G          method        type                type              size               1/
                          Panel
M24308/1                              Socket         Solder cup 2/            20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
                          Panel       Socket         Crimp                    22D      none
M24308/2       D, G                                                           20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
                                      Pin            Solder cup 2/            22D      15, 26, 44, 62, 78,
M24308/3       D, G       Panel       Pin            Crimp                             104
M24308/4       D, G       Panel                                               20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
                                      Socket         Solder cup 2/            22D      none
M24308/5       M, N       Panel       Socket         Crimp                    20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
M24308/6       M, N       Panel                                               22D      15, 26, 44, 62, 78,
                                      Pin            Solder cup 2/                     104
M24308/7       M, N       Panel       Pin            Crimp                    20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
M24308/8       M, N       Panel                                               22D      none
                                      Pin            Solder cup, eyelet       20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
M24308/9       H, K       Panel       Socket         2/                       22D      15, 26, 44, 62, 78,
                                      Pin            Straight, right angle             104
M24308/23 G               PCB                        Straight, right angle    20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
                                      Socket                                  22D      none
M24308/24      G          PCB         Pin                                     20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
M24308/25                                                                     22D      15, 26, 44, 62, 78,
M24308/26                                                                              104
                                                                              20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
M24308/27                                                                     22D      none

                                                                              20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
                                                                              22D      15, 26, 44, 62, 78
                                                                              20       9,15, 25, 37, 50
                                                                              22D      15, 26, 44, 62, 78

               Male screw lock
               Female screw lock

               G          Panel                      IDC                      20       9,15, 25, 37

                                                                              22D

M24308/28 G               Panel                      IDC                      20       9,15, 25, 37

1/ See Appendix A.                                                            22D
2/ See Appendix B.

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6.8 Subject term (key word) listing.

    Contacts
    Crimp
    Current
    Finish
    Heat
    Humidity
    Inspection
    Insulation displacement
    Magnetic permeability
    Materials
    Mating force
    Military standards
    Plug
    Pin
    Printed wiring board
    Qualification
    Sampling
    Socket
    Solder
    Solderability
    Temperature
    Voltage

   6.6. Environmentally preferable material. Environmentally preferable materials should be used to the maximum
extent possible to meet the requirements of this specification. As of the dating of this document, the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is focusing efforts on reducing 31 priority chemicals. The list of chemicals and
additional information is available on their website at http://www.epa.gov/osw/hazard/wastemin/priority.htm. Included in
the list of 31 priority chemicals are cadmium, lead, and mercury. Use of these materials should be minimized or
eliminated unless needed to meet the requirements specified herein (see section 3).

   6.7 Amendment notations. The margins of this specification are marked with vertical lines to indicate modifications
generated by this amendment. This was done as a convenience only and the Government assumes no liability
whatsoever for any inaccuracies in these notations. Bidders and contractors are cautioned to evaluate the
requirements of this document based on the entire content irrespective of the marginal notations.

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                              APPENDIX A

                           w/AMENDMENT 2

INSERT ARRANGEMENTS, ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR,
                   SHELL SIZES 1 THROUGH 6

   A.1 SCOPE
   A.1.1 Scope. This appendix covers insert arrangements for use with MIL-DTL-24308 rectangular
nonenvironmental, polarized shell, miniature, rack and panel connectors. This Appendix is a mandatory part of the
specification. The information contained herein is intended for compliance.
   A.2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
(This section not applicable to this appendix.)
   A.3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
(This section not applicable to this appendix)
   A.4 DETAIL REQUIREMENTS
   A.4.1 Insert arrangements. See table A-I below and figures A-1 through A-6.

                                                        TABLE A-I. Insert arrangements.

Figure Arrangement Shell         Contacts      Superseded
number number size                             MS Number

                          No. 22D No. 20       MS18273-1
                                               MS18273-2
A-1  1  1                     -            9

     2                    15               -

A-2  1  2                     -            15  MS18274-1

     2                    26               -   MS18274-2

A-3  1  3                     -            25  MS18275-1

     2                    44               -   MS18275-2

A-4  1  4                     -            37  MS18276-1

     2                    62               -   MS18276-2

A-5  1  5                     -            50  MS18277-1

     2                    78               -   MS18277-2

A-6  1  6                 104              -   MS14004-1

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                                                                  w/AMENDMENT 2
  A.4.1.1 Dimensions. Dimensions shall be as specified in the applicable section of this appendix and the
following:

      a. Dimensions are in inches.
      b. Metric equivalents are given for information only.
      c. All dimensions are TP (true position).
      d. Contact holes in insert shall be located on TP within a .005 (0.13 mm) diameter circle. Maximum material

          condition applies.
      e. Markings are shown for the pin insert front. Socket inserts are opposite.
      f. In the event of a conflict between the text of this appendix and the references cited herein, the text of this

          appendix shall take precedence.

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                              w/AMENDMENT 2

                              ARRANGEMENT 1
                              9 size 20 contacts.

                                                                 Inches mm

                                                                 .010 0.25

                                                                 .035 0.89

                                                                 .054 1.37

                                                                 .055 1.40

                                                                 .056 1.42

                                                                 .078 1.98

                                                                 .080 2.03

                                                                 .100 2.54

                                                                 .108 2.74

                                                                 .112 2.84

                                                                 .125 3.18

                                                                 .145 3.68

                                                                 .162 4.11

                               ARRANGEMENT 2                     .170 4.32
                              15 size 22D contacts.              .190 4.83
                                                                 .215 5.46

NOTES:                                                           .216 5.49

1. Patent notice. The Government has a royalty free license under the U.S. Patents listed below for the benefit of

manufacturers of the items disclosed and described herein, either for the Government or for use in equipment

delivered to the Government.

                              Patent Numbers

                              2790153 expires April 23, 1974
                              3110093 expires November 12, 1980
                              3185424 expires November 24, 1981

2. Copyright notice. All information disclosed in this military standard which is or may be copyrighted by ITT
   Cannon Electric is reproduced herein with the express permission of the copyright owner.

3. Dimensions are in inches.
4. Metric equivalents are given for information only.

                              FIGURE A-1. Shell size 1.

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w/AMENDMENT 2

ARRANGEMENT 1
15 size 20 contacts.

ARRANGEMENT 2
26 size 22D contacts.

                                                              Inches mm       Inches   mm
                                                               .020 0.51      .200    5.08
                                                               .025 0.64      .205    5.21
                                                               .054 1.37      .216    5.49
                                                               .056 1.42      .245    6.22
                                                               .065 1.65      .250    6.35
                                                               .070 1.78      .270    6.86
                                                               .078 1.98      .290    7.37
                                                               .108 2.74      .295    7.49
                                                               .110 2.79      .324    8.23
                                                               .112 2.84      .335    8.51
                                                               .115 2.92      .340    8.64
                                                               .155 3.94      .378    9.60
                                                               .160 4.06      .380    9.65
                                                               .162 4.11      .385    9.78
NOTES:
   1. Dimensions are in inches.
   2. Metric equivalents are given for information only.

FIGURE A-2. Shell size 2.

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                   w/AMENDMENT 2

                ARRANGEMENT 1
                25 size 20 contacts

                ARRANGEMENT 2
                44 size 22D contacts

Inches mm Inches mm                                       Inches   mm    Inches    mm
                                                          .326     8.28  .489    12.42
.020 0.51 .155  3.94                                      .335     8.51  .515    13.08
                                                          .340     8.64  .520    13.21
.025 0.64 .160  4.06                                      .380     9.65  .544    13.82
                                                          .381     9.68  .560    14.22
.055 1.40 .163  4.14                                      .385     9.78  .565    14.35
                                                          .425    10.80  .598    15.19
.056 1.42 .200  5.08                                      .430    10.92  .605    15.37
                                                          .435    11.05  .610    15.49
.065 1.65 .205  5.21                                      .470    11.94  .650    16.51
                                                          .475    12.06  .652    16.56
.070 1.78 .218  5.54                                                     .655    16.64

.078 1.98 .245  6.22

.109 2.77 .250  6.35

.110 2.79 .272  6.91

.112 2.84 .290  7.37

.115 2.92 .295  7.49

NOTES:
   1. Dimensions are in inches.
   2. Metric equivalents are given for information only.

                FIGURE A-3. Shell size 3.

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        w/AMENDMENT 2

ARRANGEMENT 1
37 size 20 contacts

  FIGURE A-4. Shell size 4.
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                             w/AMENDMENT 2

.9745                                                                               .973
   .927                                                                          .9255
     .8795                                                                       .878
        .832                                                                  .8305
        .7845                                                                .783
           .737                                                           .7355
           .6895                                                          .688
              .642                                                     .6405
               .5945                                                  .593
                  .547                                              .5455
                  .4995                                            .498
                     .452                                       .4505
                    .4045                                       .403
                       .357                                  .3555
                      .3095                                  .308
                                                          .2605

                    .262
                       .2145

.167                                                      .213

             .1195                                                       .1165
                                                                 .118
             .072
                .0245                                           .0705

                                                                .023

                    ARRANGEMENT 2
                    62 size 22D contacts

Inches mm    Inches mm                                    Inches        mm                Inches    mm
.023 0.58    .218 5.54                                    .498        12.65               .761    19.33
.0245 0.622  .2605 6.617                                  .4995       12.687              .783    19.89
.055 1.40    .262 6.65                                    .544        13.82               .7845   19.926
.056 1.42    .272 6.91                                    .5455       13.856              .815    20.70
.0705 1.791  .308 7.82                                    .547        13.89               .8305   21.095
.072 1.83    .3095 7.861                                  .593        15.06               .832    21.13
.078 1.98    .326 8.28                                    .5945       15.100              .870    22.10
.109 2.77    .3555 9.030                                  .598        15.19               .878    22.30
.112 2.84    .357 9.07                                    .6405       16.269              .8795   22.339
.118 3.00    .381 9.68                                    .642        16.31               .924    23.47
.1195 3.035  .403 10.24                                   .652        16.56               .9255   23.508
.163 4.14    .4045 10.27                                  .688        17.48               .927    23.55
.1655 4.204  .435 11.05                                   .6895       17.513              .973    24.71
.167 4.24    .4505 11.443                                 .707        17.96               .9745   24.752
.213 5.41    .452 11.48                                   .7355       18.682              .978    24.84
.2145 5.448  .489 12.42                                   .737        18.72

NOTES:
   1. Dimensions are in inches.
   2. Metric equivalents are given for information only.

             FIGURE A-4. Shell size 4 - Continued.

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      MIL-DTL-24308G
        APPENDIX A

     w/AMENDMENT 2

   ARRANGEMENT 1
   50 size 20 contacts

FIGURE A-5. Shell size 5.
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                          APPENDIX A

                       w/AMENDMENT 2

                       ARRANGEMENT 2
                       78 size 22D contacts

Inches  mm     Inches    mm                               Inches    mm    Inches    mm
  .041  1.04   .218    5.54                               .435    11.05   .707    17.96
.0475  1.206  .224    5.69                               .475    12.07   .7125   18.098
  .055  1.40   .2375   6.033                              .489    12.42   .760    19.30
  .095  2.41   .272    6.91                               .5225   13.272  .761    19.33
  .109  2.77   .285    7.24                               .544    13.82   .8075   20.511
  .112  2.84   .326    8.28                               .570    14.48   .815    20.70
  .123  3.12   .3325   8.446                              .598    15.19   .855    21.72
.1425  3.620  .380    9.65                               .6175   15.685  .870    22.10
  .163  4.14   .381    9.68                               .652    16.56   .9025   22.924
  .190  4.83   .4275   10.859                             .665    16.89

NOTES:
   1. Dimensions are in inches.
   2. Metric equivalents are given for information only.

               FIGURE A-5. Shell size 5 - Continued.

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                          APPENDIX A

                       w/AMENDMENT 2

               ARRANGEMENT 1
               104 size 22D contacts

Inches    mm   Inches     mm                                  Inches     mm   Inches     mm
.0165  0.419  .221     5.61                                   .4915  12.484  .7435   18.885
.031   0.79   .254     6.45                                   .506   12.85   .7765   19.723
.064   1.63   .2685    6.820                                  .539   13.69   .791    20.09
.0785  1.994  .3015    7.658                                  .5535  14.059  .824    20.93
.082   2.08   .316     8.03                                   .5865  14.897  .8385   21.298
.1115  2.832  .349     8.86                                   .601   15.27   .8715   22.136
.126   3.20   .3635    9.233                                  .634   16.10   .886    22.50
.159   4.04   .3965   10.071                                  .6485  16.472  .919    23.34
.164   4.17   .411    10.44                                   .6815  17.310  .9335   23.711
.1735  4.407  .444    11.28                                   .696   17.68   .9665   24.549
.2065  5.245  .4585   11.646                                  .729   18.52   .981    24.92

NOTES:
   1. Dimensions are in inches.
   2. Metric equivalents are given for information only.

               FIGURE A-6. Shell size 6.

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                                                    APPENDIX B

                                                 w/AMENDMENT 2

                                   CONTACT PIN AND SOCKET
                             CLASSES G, N, AND H SOLDERTYPE,

                                          NON-REMOVABLE

B.1 SCOPE

   B1.1 Scope. This appendix covers contacts, pin and socket, classes G, N and H solder type, non-removable for
use with MIL-DTL-24308 rectangular, nonenvironmental, polarized shell, miniature, rack and panel connectors. This
Appendix is a mandatory part of the specification. The information contained herein is intended for compliance.

B.2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

(This section not applicable to this appendix.)

B.3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

(This section not applicable to this appendix.)

B.4 DETAIL REQUIREMENTS

B.4.1 Dimensions and configurations. See table B-I and figures B-1 through B-6. The following details apply:

a. Dimensions are in inches.
b. Metric equivalents (to the nearest .01 mm) are given for information only.
c. Dimensions are after plating.
d. Reference documents shall be of the issue in effect on the date of invitation for bids.
e. For design feature purposes, this appendix takes precedence over procurement documents referenced

   herein.
f. Lock ring optional - alternate retention for classes G and N connectors, figures B-1 and B-2.

                             TABLE B-I. Contact configurations.

           Figure Size       Contact             Termination                          Class  Superseded
                              Type                                                           MS number
           number            Socket              Solder cup                           G, N   MS18281-1
                                Pin              Solder cup                           G, N   MS18281-2
           B-1           20     Pin                                                          MS18281-3
                                Pin                 Eyelet                              H    MS18281-4
           B-2           20  Socket              Solder cup                             H    MS18281-5
                                Pin              Solder cup                            G,N   MS18281-6
           B-3           20                      Solder cup                            G,N

           B-4           20

           B-5     22D

           B-6     22D

                                                                                             .041DIA
                                                                                             .039

                                                                     LOCKRING
                                                                            Optional

                                                                     (See B.4.1f)

FIGURE B-1. Socket, size 20 (solder cup) for                         FIGURE B-2. Pin, size 20 (solder cup) for
                     connector classes G, M, N, and D.                                    connector classes G,M ,N, and D.

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               MIL-DTL-24308G
                  APPENDIX B

               w/AMENDMENT 2

               DIA                                                             DIA

FIGURE B-3. Pin, size 20 eyelet for connector                    FIGURE B-4. Pin, size 20 solder cup for
                   class H.                                                         connector class H.

                                                                               .0305  DIA
                                                                               .0295

FIGURE B-5. Socket, size 22D (solder cup)                  FIGURE B-6. Pin, size 22D (solder cup) for
                   for connector classes G and N.                             connector classes G and N.

Inches   mm                                        Inches   mm   Inches   mm
.012     .30                                       .050    1.27  .078    1.98
.0295    .749                                      .055    1.40  .085    2.16
.0305    .775                                      .057    1.45  .090    2.29
.0345    .876                                      .060    1.52  .093    2.36
.039     .99                                       .061    1.55  .098    2.49
.041    1.04                                       .066    1.68  .103    2.62
.042    1.07                                       .070    1.78  .110    2.79
.047    1.19                                       .072    1.83  .133    3.38
.049    1.24

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                         CONCLUDING MATERIAL

Custodians:                                    Preparing activity:
  Army - CR                                    DLA - CC
  Navy - EC
  Air Force - 85                               (Project 5935-2011-124)
  NASA - NA
  DLA - CC

Review activities:
  Army - AT, CR4, MI
  Navy - AS, CG, MC, SH
  Air Force - 99

NOTE: The activities listed above were interested in this document as of the date of this document. Since
organizations and responsibilities can change, you should verify the currency of the information above using the
ASSIST Online database at https://assist.dla.mil.

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