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Push-Pull connectors
Introduction
This catalog presents the push-pull connectors ranges for industrial applications.
These products are particularly suitable for high reliability and high quality applications where a simple yet fast method to
connect/disconnect is required. Also suitable for high endurance and ease of operation in very limited spaces. The aesthetics
of the product allows for perfect integration on front panel equipments.
SOURIAU offers 3 main series of metallic circular connectors :
JBX series : basic push-pull series for signal transmission
JKX series : environmental version of the JBX series sealed to IP68
JAX series : complementary range including coaxial contact layouts.
Contents
Where and why push-pull................................................................................................3
Selection guide.................................................................................................................4
JBX series
• Main features - Part number system.................................................................................5
• Shell types and dimensions..........................................................................................6-8
• Keying..............................................................................................................................9
• Contact layouts.........................................................................................................10-12
• Options...........................................................................................................................13
• Technical characteristics................................................................................................14
• Wiring and assembly instructions..............................................................................15-19
JAX series
• Main features - Part number system...............................................................................20
• Shell types and dimensions............................................................................................21
• Contact layouts..............................................................................................................22
• Suffix for cable outside diameter - Options...................................................................23
• Technical characteristics................................................................................................24
• JAX camac series.....................................................................................................25-26
• Wiring and assembly instructions.............................................................................27-30
JKX series
• Main features - Part number system...............................................................................31
• Shell types and dimensions............................................................................................32
• Keying - contact layouts.................................................................................................33
• Options...........................................................................................................................34
• Technical characteristics................................................................................................35
• Wiring and assembly instructions..............................................................................36-39
JBX series-sealed version size 2
• Main features - Part number system...............................................................................40
• Shell types and dimensions............................................................................................41
• Keying - contact layouts.................................................................................................42
• Technical informations....................................................................................................43
Accessories - Piece parts.........................................................................................44-46
Toolings......................................................................................................................47-48
More about our know-how.............................................................................................49
Requirement form...........................................................................................................50
Conversion table.............................................................................................................51
All dimensions are in mm
Medical
Professional audio-video
Instrumentation
Extremely fast
and easy to use
A thousand matings/
unmatings.
Quality aesthetics for
more value added
on the equipment
Space saving
GPS
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Push-Pull connectors
Telecommunications
Where and Why
push-pull ?
4
Selection Guide
Push-Pull
Unsealed Sealed
Coaxial Multipin Multipin
Keyed
2 to 10 contacts
Keyed
until 19 contacts
Not keyed
1 to 14
contacts
Keyed
2 to 30
contacts
Keyed
2 to 30
contacts
The locking of the plug into the receptacle
is achieved by a simple axial push on the
outer shell.
Connection cannot be broken by pulling
the cable or any other parts of the plug
than the outer shell.
To unmate the plug from the receptacle,
just pull axially the outer shell.
Push-pull locking system
Brass Brass Brass Brass
Tefzel for coaxial contact
Nylatron for multipin
layout
Fortron
Peek for layout with
contacts of 0.5 mm of Ø
Fortron
Peek for layout with
contacts of 0.5 mm of Ø
Fortron
Peek for layout with
contacts of 0.5 mm of Ø
Shielded
(65 dB up to 100 MHz) Shielded
(55 dB up to 100 MHz) Shielded
(55 dB up to 100 MHz) Shielded
(55 dB up to 100 MHz)
> 1000 cycles > 1000 cycles > 1000 cycles > 1000 cycles
up to 30 A up to 30 A up to 15 A up to 30 A
- 40°C ; + 125°C
(- 40°F ; + 257°F) - 50°C ; + 125°C
(- 58°F ; + 257°F) - 50°C ; + 125°C
(- 58°F ; + 257°F) - 40°C ; + 80°C
(- 40°F ; + 176°F)
IP 40 IP 40 IP 68 when mated IP 67
JAX Camac connectors
(coaxial, size 00) (optional
sealed version : consult us)
Shell material
Insulator material
Shielding
Endurance
Current rating
Temperature
range
Protection index
Specific version
Solder Crimp or
PCB contacts Solder,
crimp or PCB contacts
JAX series JBX series JKX series Sealed JBX size 2
UL approved
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JBX Series
S D SCM05G1FD
JBX M
Basic series
Shell type FD-FC-ER-EA-SR-PC-ED-EP-EZ
Shell size 00 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 3
Keying G - J - A - B & customs are available
Contact layout 02 ---------- 30
Contact type M: pin F: socket
Contact termination C: crimp ; S: solder ; P* : straight PCB tails ; Q* : 90° PCB tails ;
W: 0.7 mm clipped solder
Material & surface plating S: Outer shell in brass alloy with chrome over nickel
N: Outer shell in brass alloy with black plating
D: Obligatory suffix
S: Insulator in PPS
P: insulator in PEEK
Options M: Connector with backnut for protective boot - Protective boot to order separately page 13
R : Red dot (possible for FD, FC, PC, SR, ER, ED, EZ only)
Mechanically keyed : ensures correct polarisation
and alignment.
• Contact layouts from 2 to 30 contacts.
• Wire gauges range from 30 AWG to 12 AWG.
• High contact density in a small space.
• Contact termination in either crimp, solder or PCB
contacts.
Key features
Part number system
User advantages
Blister packaging
6-collet cluster
Allows a wide range of cable diameter
applications for a single connector.
Reduces inventory variations
Removable contacts
Available crimp versions allow easier
wiring and maintenance.
JBX Series
* For receptacles with female contacts only
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JBX Series
Shell types
ER : fixed receptacle,front panel mounting, fixed
front flange
EA : fixed receptacle, back or front panel mounting,
double nuts fixing (appropriate with 90° contacts
for PCB)
FN : straight plug with cable clamping & lanyard
FD : straight plug with cable clamping
FC : 90° elbow ºplug with cable clamping
EP : fixed receptacle, back panel mounting, fixed rear
panel flange (appropriate with 90° contacts for
PCB)
ED : fixed receptacle, protruding shell, fixed front flange
SR : fixed receptacle with cable clamping, front panel
mounting, fixed front flange
SA : fixed receptacle with cable clamping, front or back
panel mounting
PC : cable mounted receptacle
EZ : straight receptacle for PCB
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JBX Series
Dimensions*
FD : Straight plug
Size
A
B
Ø
C
00
31
23
7
0
39
29
10
1
45
34
12
2
52
40
15
3
62
47
18
FC : 90° elbow plug
Size
A
B
C
ØD
0
30.5
20.5
29.5
10
1
36.5
25.5
33.5
12
2
42.5
30.5
36.5
15
3
50.5
35.5
45
18
ER : Fixed receptacle,
front panel mounting*
*Lock washer not available *Lock washer not available
*Lock washer not available
Size
A
B
C
ØD
00
14
6
0.8
8
0
19
8
1.2
10
1
21
10
1.5
14
2
24
10
1.8
18
3*
28
12
2.0
22
EA : Double nut receptacle*
Size
A
B
C
ØD
0
19
6.7
2.5
12
1
21
8.3
3.2
16
2
24
8
3.8
20
3*
28
9.5
4.5
24
SR : Cable clamp receptacle*
Size
A
B
C
ØD
0
38
8
1.2
10
1
43
10
1.5
14
2
50
10
1.8
18
3
59
12
2
22
PC : Cable mounted receptacle
Size
A
ØB
0
38
10
1
43
13
2
50
16
3
59
19.5
EP : Fixed receptacle,
back panel mounting
Size
A
B
C
Ø
D
0
19
4.5
2.5
12
1
21
6
3.2
16
2
24
6.5
3.8
20
ED : Protruding receptacle
Size
A
B
C
Ø
D
0
19
3
1.2
10
1
21
4.5
1.5
14
2
24
6.3
1.8
18
EZ : Receptacle for PCB
Size
Ø
A
B
C
D
Ø
E
0
10
19
4
7.62 sq.
1.1
1
12
21
4
7.62 sq.
1.1
JBX Series
*All dimensions in mm.
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JBX Series
Dimensions
• Special custom shells
FN : Straight plug,
shell 0 with a lanyard
FM : 90° elbow plug,
shell 0 with a lanyard
FF : Straight plug,
with no latching, size 1
SA : fixed receptacle with cable clamping,
front or back panel mounting
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JBX Series
JB
Key G A
sizes 0 - 1 sizes 2 - 3 sizes 0 - 1
Keying angle 45° 37.5° 30° 60°
Plug
Receptacle
JBX Series are mechanically keyed to ensure correct alignment of the inserts before the contacts mate.
«G» : standard keying
«J» : standard reverse gender keying ; plugs with socket contacts, receptacles with pin contacts.
*G& Jare standard keying, but all keying configurations can use standard or reverse gender.
Keying
• Keying angles
• Keyed shells availability
Shell size Key ER EA ED EP EZ SR PC FD FC FM FN SA
G ●● ●●●●
J●●
0A●●
B●●
G ●● ●●
1J●●
A●●
G●●●●
2J●●
A●●
3G●● ●●
Available for JBX series, customs can be ordered contact Project Management.
JBX Series
00 G●●
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JBX Series
Contact layouts
• Multi contact inserts
Male AWG Max. Testing Working
Shell insulator Contact SCP*Q*Ø Solder Crimp current voltage voltage
size viewed from layout solder crimp straight 90° Contact wire wire rating (Vdc /
wiring side PCB tails PCB tails Max. Max. (A)* (Vrms)* Vrms)*
04 S 0.5 30 - 2 1000 500/350
02 S C P Q 0.9 24 20 10 1400 660/460
03 S C P Q 0.9 24 20 8 1300 600/420
04 S C P Q 0.7 26 22 7 1400 660/460
05 S C P Q 0.7 26 22 6.5 800 400/260
06 S P 0.5 28 - 2.5 680 320/220
07 S P 0.5 28 - 2.5 680 320/220
02 S C P 1.3 20 18 15 1600 760/530
03 S C P Q 1.3 20 18 12 1300 600/420
04 S C P Q 0.9 24 20 10 1900 900/630
05 S C P Q 0.9 24 20 9 1400 660/460
06 S C P Q 0.7 26 22 7 1400 660/460
07 S C P Q 0.7 26 22 7 1400 660/460
08 S C P Q 0.7 26 22 5 1200 600/420
10 S 0.5 28 - 2.5 600 300/200
Inserts with fixed contacts (non removable contacts).
* For receptacles with female contacts only.
Contact types available
00
0
1
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JBX Series
Contact layouts
• Multi contact inserts
Male AWG Max. Testing Working
Shell insulator Contact SCP*Q*Ø Solder Crimp current voltage voltage
size viewed from layout solder crimp straight 90° Contact wire wire rating (Vdc /
wiring side PCB tails PCB tails Max. Max. (A)* (Vrms)* Vrms)*
02 S C 2 16 12 30 2100 1000/700
03 S C 1.6 18 14 17 1700 830/560
04 S C P Q 1.3 20 18 15 2400 1000/800
05 S C P Q 1.3 20 18 14 1900 900/630
06 S C P Q 1.3 20 18 12 1900 900/630
07 S C P Q 1.3 20 18 11 1500 730/500
08 S C P Q 0.9 24 20 10 1700 830/560
10 S C P Q 0.9 24 20 8 1700 830/560
12 S C P Q 0.7 26 22 7 1700 830/560
16 S C P Q 0.7 26 22 6 1500 730/500
18 S C P 0.7 26 22 5.5 1400 660/460
19 S C P 0.7 26 22 5 1400 660/460
03 S C 2 16 12 25 3600 1600/1200
04 S C 2 16 12 25 2500 1100/830
Inserts with fixed contacts (non removable contacts).
* For receptacles with female contacts.
Contact types available
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3
JBX Series
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JBX Series
• Voltage Test Procedure
- The testing voltage corresponds to the maximum voltage the connector is able to withstand in normal climatic conditions.
The value is about 75% of the electrical breakdown voltage. The testing voltage level can be reached several times in
connectors life, but never applied for a continuous duration.
- The working voltage corresponds to the maximum voltage the connector is able to withstand continuously during its life
time, in real environmental conditions, even with high temperature. The value is around 1/3 of the testing voltage.
• Maximum current rating
- This indicated maximum current rating corresponds to the maximum current that can be continuously applied to the connector
mated pair, in normal climatic conditions.
Remark : If the current is applied on only one contact of the layout, then an increased current value can be achieved over a long
duration.
Inserts with fixed contacts (non removable contacts).
* For receptacles with female contacts.
Note : Contacts are numbered counter clock wise in the plug and clock wise in the receptacle.
Contact layouts
• Multi contact inserts
Male AWG Max. Testing Working
Shell insulator Contact SCP*Q*Ø Solder Crimp current voltage voltage
size viewed from layout solder crimp straight 90° Contact wire wire rating (Vdc /
wiring side side PCB tails PCB tails Max. Max. (A)* (Vrms)* Vrms)*
07 S C 1.6 18 14 15 2200 1000/730
10 S C 1.3 20 18 12 1400 660/460
14 S C P 0.9 24 20 9 1700 830/560
18 S C P 0.9 24 20 7 1400 660/460
22 S C P 0.7 26 22 5.5 1200 560/400
30 S C P 0.7 26 26 3.5 800 400/260
Contact types available
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JBX Series
Options
• Protective boot
• Receptacle caps : an effective protection against dust
With each JBX connector, one protective boot can accept multiple cable diameters thus the
end-user can use various cable diameters without the need of multiple part numbers.
Parts that require a protective boot
need to be ordered with an M suffix,
see page 5. Protective boots are
ordered separately.
Material :
ELASTOLLAN (PUR)
Working temperature :
- 40°C ; + 80°C
- 40°F ; + 176°F
Dimensions
Part Shell
number size ØAL ØCâble
min Max.
JBX 00 MPN 00 1.5 15 1 3.5
JBX 0 MP* 0 2.2 20 1.5 5.5
JBX 1 MP* 1 2.6 25 2 7.5
JBX 2 MP* 2 4 30 3.5 9.7
JBX 3 MP* 3 5 35 4.9 12
Color code Colors
A blue
B white
G grey
J yellow
M brown
N black
R red
V green
O orange
* Color code / In size 00, available only in black
Part number Ø
JBX BR0 12 mm
JBX BR1 14 mm
JBX BR2 17 mm
JBX BR3 20 mm
JBX Series
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JBX Series
• Mechanical and climatics
Component Material Standard Surface treatment (µm)
ISO ASTM Cr Ni Au
Outer shell and collet nut Brass CuZn40Pb3 C38500/C3600 0.1 - 0.6 5 - 8 -
Latching sleeve & metal collet Brass CuZn40Pb3 C38500/C3600 - 5 - 8 -
Shielding ring Brass CuZn40Pb3 C38500/C3600 - 3 - 7 -
Nut Brass CuZn40Pb3 C38500/C3600 5 - 8 -
Half bushes Brass CuZn40Pb3 C38500/C3600 - 5 - 8 -
Socket contact (1) Copper Nickel- CuNi1Pb1P CDA C 19150 - 3 - 5 0.5
Pin contact (1) Brass CuZn35Pb2 C35300/C3600 - 3 - 5 0.5
Clip Beryllium copper CuBe1,9 C17200 - - -
Component Material Color Working Temperature
Insert PPS + 40%GF black - 65°C + 200°C - 85°F + 392°F
or PEEK + 15%GF brown - 50°C + 250°C - 58°F + 482°F
Plastic collet PA 6/6 + MoS2 black - 55°C + 125°C - 67°F + 257°F
Characteristics Values Standard Method
Endurance > 1000 cycles (except for 0.7 mm crimp contacts for which MIL-STD 2016.1
endurance is limited to 500 cycles) 1344A
Shock 50 g, duration 6 ms ; contact Ø 0.7 mm and 0.9 mm MIL-STD 2004.1
100 g, duration 6 ms ; contact Ø 1.3 mm - 1.6 mm and 2 mm 1344A
Vibrations 10 to 2000 Hz γ= 15 g, contact Ø 0.7 mm and 0.9 mm MIL-STD 2005.1
γ= 20 g, contact Ø1.3 mm - 1.6 mm and 2 mm 1344A
Protection index IP 40 CEI 529
- 55°C + 125°C
with plastic collets - 67°F + 257°F --
Operating temperature
with optional metal collets - 55°C + 200°C
- 67°F + 392°F - -
Gas H2S : 100 ppb ± 20 ppb IEC test Ke
SO2: 500 ppb ± 100 ppb 68-2-60 method 1
Radiation stability 108Rad - -
(1) Gold thickness as per MIL-G-45204C type 1, class 00.
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Technical characteristics
• Material and treatment
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JBX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
• Panel cutout
Size
Ø A
B
00
7.1
6.4
0
9.1
8.3
1
12.1
10.6
2
15.1
13.6
3
18.1
16.6
• Removable contacts
Crimp contacts
Solder contacts
Contact Usable cables Max. Contact Endurance
Core section (mm
2
)current resistance (number
ØCØF AWG rating (A) (m) of cycles)
min Max.
0.7 0.85 0.129 0.326 22-24-26 7 5 500 Max.
0.9 1.1 0.205 0.518 20-22-24 10 3.5 > 1000
1.3 1.4 0.326 0.823 18-20-22 15 3 > 1000
1.6 1.9 0.823 2.081 14-16-18 17 2.5 > 1000
2.0 2.4 1.309 3.309 12-14-16 30 2.5 > 1000
Contact Usable cables Max. Contact Endurance
Core section (mm
2
)current resistance (number
ØCØF AWG rating (A) (m) of cycles)
min Max.
0.9 0.8
-
0.21 24 10 3.5 > 1000
1.3 1.1
-
0.60 20 15 3 > 1000
1.6 1.5
-
0.93 18 17 2.5 > 1000
2 1.9
-
1.34 16 30 2.5 > 1000
0.7 1.0
-
0.3 22.0 7.0 5.0 500 Max.
The conductor bucket on the solder contacts is designed with an angle to form a cup into which the solder can flow easily.
• Fixed contacts
Solder contacts
Contact Usable cables Max. Contact Endurance
Shell
Core section
current resistance (number
Ø
C
Ø
F size
(mm2) Max.
AWG rating (A) (m) of cycles)
0.5 0.4 00 0.06 30 5 10 > 1000
0.5 0 - 1 0.096 28
0.7 0.63 0 - 1 - 2 - 3 0.15 26 7 5 > 1000
Contacts for PCB
Contacts for PCB Contact length dimensions “L”
PCB tail length size 0 dimension “L” 5.5 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 0 dimension “L” 3.5 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 1 dimension “L” 4.0 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 2 dimension “L” 6.0 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 3 dimension “L” 6.0 mm
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 0 dimension “L” 3.5 mm
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 1 dimension “L” 4.0 mm
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 2 dimension “L” 6.0 mm
4.3 mm female PCB tail length size 1 dimension “L” 4.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
1.3 mm female PCB tail length size 2 dimension “L” 6.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
1.3 mm female PCB tail length size 3 dimension “L” 6.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
JBX Series
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JBX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
• Cable stripping for connectors with crimp contacts
• Cable stripping for connectors with solder contacts
Stripping for FD, SR, PC Stripping for FC
LCTLCT
Shell size Ø contacts Ø I
0
1
2
3
Stripping for FD, SR, PC
LSTLST
0
.
5924/ / /
0
.
5112 7162 7
0
.
7123 7163 7
0
.
9123 7163 7
0
.
5122 8192 8
0
.
7133 8193 8
0
.
9133 8193 8
1
.
3 13 3.5 8 19 3.5 8
0
.
7163 9253 9
0
.
9163 9253 9
1
.
3 16 3.5 9 25 3.5 9
1
.
6184 9254 9
2184 9254 9
0
.
7 20 3 10 30 3 10
0
.
9 20 3 10 30 3 10
1
.
3 20 3.5 10 30 3.5 10
1
.
6 22 4 10 30 4 10
2 22 4 10 30 4 10
Stripping for FC
00
0
1
2
3
4
5.5 4
5.5
0.7 15 7 19 7
1.35
> 1.35 4
5.5 4
5.5
0.9 15 7 19 7
1.6
> 1.6 4
5.5 4
5.5
0.7 16 8 22 8
1.35
> 1.35 4
5.5 4
5.5
0.9 16 8 22 8
1.6
> 1.6 4
5.5 4
5.5
1.3 16 8 22 8
2.1
> 2.1 4
5.5 4
5.5
0.7 19 9 28 9
1.35
> 1.35 4
5.5 4
5.5
0.9 19 9 28 9
1.6
> 1.6 4
5.5 4
5.5
1.3 19 9 28 9
2.1
> 2.1 5.5
75.5
7
1.6 21 9 28 9
2.6
> 2.6 5.5
75.5
7
2.0 21 9 28 9
3.2
> 3.2 4
74
7
0.725103510
1.35
> 1.35 4
74
7
0.925103510
1.6
> 1.6 4
74
7
1.325103510
2.1
> 2.1 5.5
8.5 5.5
8.5
1.627103510
2.6
> 2.6 5.5
8.5 5.5
8.5
2.027103510
3.2
> 3.2
ØI : diameter over insulation
Shell size Ø Contacts