CF Series Datasheet by Panasonic Electric Works

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ORDERING INFORMATION
For board-to-micro coaxial wire
CF Series
Micro coaxial connectors
(Low profile)
ReceptaclePlug
RoHS compliant
FEATURES
1. Vertical mating type with a 0.8 mm mated height low
profile design
21.4 (40 pin contacts)
3.8
0.8
3.7
0.4 Cable pitch
Mounting terminal pitch
0.4
Ver tical mating
Mated condition
Plug
Unit: mm
2. with strong resistance to
various environments provides high contact reliability and
facilitates connection work with tactile feedback.
3. Highly rigid plug
An insert-molded metal shell covers the entire top surface of the
plug.
4. Compatible wires: Coaxial AWG #42 to #46 (outer
diameter: 0.29 mm or less), Coaxial AWG #38 (outer
diameter: 0.30 mm or less)
APPLICATIONS
Tablets, laptops, mobile phones, digital still cameras and
digital video cameras.
ensures high contact reliability.
(V-notch and double contact structure)
Insert-molded metal shell
Cable
Very rigid plug is resistant to
breakage caused by tilted cables.
Cross sectional view of the mated connector
Receptacle <Terminal pitch>
4: 0.4 mm
Plug <Cable pitch>
4: 0.4 mm
5: Receptacle
6: Plug
8: Plug attachment (Cover shell)
F: Low profile type
AXC F1
Mated type
1: Vertical
No. of pins (2-digits)
Function (Plug/Receptacle)
0: Signal wire only
[Plug attachment only]
1: Plug cover shell
[Plug attachment only]
0: Signal wire only
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PRODUCT TYPES
1. Receptacle
2. Plug (unit)
3. Plug cover shell
Notes: 1. Order unit:
For volume production: 1-inner carton (1-reel) units
Samples for mounting check: 50-connector units. Please contact our sales office.
2. Please contact us for connectors having a number of pins other than those listed above.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. Characteristics
Mated height Number of pins Part number Packing
Receptacle (Board side) Inner carton (1-reel) Outer carton
0.8mm 40 AXC51F4040 5,000 pcs. 10,000 pcs.
Mated height Number of pins Part number Packing
Plug (Cable side) Inner carton (1-reel) Outer carton
0.8mm 40 AXC61F4040 5,000 pcs. 10,000 pcs.
Mated height Number of pins Part number Packing
Plug cover shell (Plug side) Inner carton (1-reel) Outer carton
0.8mm 40 AXC81F40410 5,000 pcs. 10,000 pcs.
Item Specifications Conditions
Electrical
characteristics
(Connector
unit)
Rated current 0.30A/terminal (Max. 4A at total pin contacts) Maximum current that 1 pin contact can conduct.
(connector characteristic except cable)
Rated voltage 50V AC/DC
Insulation resistance Min. 1,000M (initial) Using 250 V DC megger (applied for 1 minute)
Breakdown voltage 150V AC for 1 minute Rated voltage is applied for one minute and check for short
circuit or damage with a detection current of 1mA.
Contact resistance Signal: Max. 70m (initial)
Ground: Max. 40m (initial)
Based on method of JIS C 5402
Calculating GND resistance as parallel resistance of all the
metal brackets.
Applicable electrical wire AWG #42, 44, 46 (Outside diameter: 0.29mm or less)
AWG #38 (Outside diameter: 0.30mm or less)
Mechanical
characteristics
Composite insertion force Max. 1.2 × No. of pins + 19.2N (initial)
Composite removal force Min. 0.165 × No. of pins + 0.33N
Holding force for terminal
(Receptacle)
Contact: Min. 0.16N/terminal
Soldering terminal: Min. 0.20N/terminal
Measured the maximum load applied until the press-fit
terminals were removed in the axial direction.
Wire tensile strength Min. 5N
When all wires bundled together are pulled, the mated joint
must not break.
Pulling direction: Wire leading direction
Environmental
characteristics
Ambient temperature –55°C to +85°C No freezing at low temperatures. No dew condensation.
Storage environment –55°C to +85°C (Product unit)
–40°C to +50°C (Packing style) No freezing at low temperatures. No dew condensation.
Thermal shock resistance
(header and socket
mated)
5 cycles,
insulation resistance min. 100M,
increment of contact resistance max. 40m
Conformed to MIL-STD-202F, method 107G
Humidity resistance
(header and socket
mated)
120 hours,
insulation resistance min. 100M,
increment of contact resistance max. 40m
MIL-STD-1344A, METHOD 1002
Bath temperature 40±2°C, humidity 90 to 95% R.H.
Saltwater spray resistance
(header and socket
mated)
24 hours,
insulation resistance min. 100M,
increment of contact resistance max. 40m
MIL-STD-1344A, METHOD 1001
Bath temperature 35±2°C, saltwater concentration 5±1%
H2S resistance
(header and socket
mated)
48 hours,
increment of contact resistance max. 40m
JEIDA-38-1984
Bath temperature 40±2°C, gas concentration 3±1 ppm,
humidity 75 to 80% R.H.
Insertion and removal life
Mechanical life: 30 times,
increment of contact resistance max. 40m
Min. 0.165 composite removal force × No. of pins + 0.33N
Repeated insertion and removal speed of
max. 200 times/hours
Resistance to
soldering heat
Receptacle Initial electrical and mechanical characteristics must be
maintained.
Reflow soldering: Max. peak temperature of 260°C, 2 cycles
(PC board surface temperature of near connector terminals)
Soldering iron: 350°C within 3s, 300°C within 5s
Plug Initial electrical and mechanical characteristics must be
maintained.
Connecting wires portion pulse heat:
Max. peak temperature of 300°C, 3s
(Don’t touch the heater head to molded portion)
Plug cover shell soldering portion:
Soldering iron: 350°C within 3s, 300°C within 5s
Order Temperature (°C) Time (minutes)
1
2
3
4
–55
85
–55
0
330
Max. 5
30
Max. 5
+3
0
0
3
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2. Material and surface treatment
1. Receptacle
2. Plug
3. Plug cover shell
DIMENSIONS (Unit: mm)
Part name Material Color Surface treatment
Molded portion LCP resin (UL 94V-0) Black
Contact Copper alloy Contact portion: Ni plating on base, Au plating on surface (Min. 0.1µm)
Soldering portion: Ni plating on base, Au plating on surface (Except for front edge of terminal)
Soldering terminals Copper alloy Contact portion: Ni plating on base, Au plating on surface
Soldering portion: Ni plating on base, Au plating on surface (Except for front edge of terminal)
Part name Material Color Surface treatment
Molded portion LCP resin (UL 94V-0) Black
Post Copper alloy Contact portion: Ni plating on base, Au plating on surface (Min. 0.1µm)
Soldering wire portion: Ni plating on base, Au plating on surface
Insert shell Copper alloy Ni plating on base, Au plating on surface
Part name Material Color Surface treatment
Shell Copper alloy Ni plating
0.80
(2.72)
(3.72)
0.44
0.87
Suction face
1.65
0.56
0.56
3.30
3.45 0.12
3.72
Te r minal coplanarity
(Contact and soldering terminals)
0.08
X-X cross section
A
B
C
X
X
0.40±0.05
0.15±0.03 0.50±0.03
• Receptacle
General tolerance: ±0.2Dimension table (mm)
Number of pins/
dimension A B C
40 20.40 19.10 15.60
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• Plug (unit)
X-X cross section
3.70
1.82
1.98 0.83
0.44
(0.48)
0.90 1.93
0.28
0.62
0.68
(Terminal
straight portion)
0.40±0.04
0.64
0.25
0.54
0.29
0.22
0.38
(0.54)
0.20±0.03
(Terminal width)
G
I
A
B
C
D
E±0.05
F
X
X
H
+0.15
0.05
0.55+0.10
0.05
0.60+0.10
0.05
General tolerance: ±0.2Dimension table (mm)
Number of pins/
dimension A B C D E F G H I
40 21.40 17.75 17.15 16.15 15.60 16.25 16.80 17.55 14.40
X-X cross section
0.55
3.70
1.98 (0.83)
1.82
(0.64)
0.40
0.64
0.35
Soldering
portion
Plug cover shell
A
B
C
D
E
X
X
• Plug (assembled condition)
Regarding cable pattern, please refer to “Notes”.
General tolerance: ±0.2Dimension table (mm)
Number of pins/
dimension A B C D E
40 21.40 17.15 14.40 15.60 17.76
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• Plug cover shell
• Receptacle and Plug are mated
1.52
2.41
1.77
0.34
0.38
A
B
C
D
E
General tolerance: ±0.2Dimension table (mm)
Number of pins/
dimension A B C D E
40 21.40 17.30 17.76 20.60 18.53
Receptacle
Plug
(0.45)
0.80±0.2
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EMBOSSED TAPE DIMENSIONS (Unit: mm)
• Connector orientation with respect to direction of progress of embossed tape
Tape dimensions • Plastic reel dimensions (Conforming to EIAJ ET-7200B)
Pull out direction
Pull out direction
Receptacle Plug (unit)
(A±0.3)(A±0.3)
(B) (B)
(C) (C)
(1.75) (1.75)
(4.0)
(2.25)
(Center of suction face)
(8.0)
(4.0)
(2.0)(8.0)
1.5 dia.
+0.1
0
(1.5 dia.)
+0.1
0
Taping reel
380 dia.
(D±1.0)
Label
Top cover tape
Embossed carrier tape
Embossed mounting-hole
Dimension table (mm)
Common for
receptacle and plug
Number of
pins A B C D
40 32.0 28.4 14.2 33.4
• Metal hoop reel dimensions (Plug cover shell) • Plastic reel dimensions (Conforming to EIAJ ET-7200B)
Pull out direction
(A)
(B)
(4.50)
(1.50 dia.)
330 dia.
(33.5±1) Taping reel
Interlayer sheet
Cover shell
Label
Dimension table (mm)
Plug cover shell
Number of
pins A B
40 29.0 26.0
Type
Direction
of tape progress
Micro coaxial connector CF
Plug cover shellReceptacle Plug (unit)
Please refer to the latest product
specifications when designing your
product.
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NOTES (Unit: mm)
Notes on Using Micro Coaxial Connectors
Safety precautions
Observe the following safety precautions to prevent accidents
and injuries.
1) The use of the connector outside of the specified rated current
and breakdown voltage ranges may cause abnormal heating,
smoke, and fire.
Never use the connector beyond the specified ranges of the
product.
2) In order to avoid accidents, make sure you have thoroughly
reviewed the specifications before use.
Consult us if you plan to use the product in a way not covered by
the specifications.
3) We are consistently striving to improve quality and reliability.
However, the fact remains that electrical components and
devices generally fail at a given statistical probability.
Furthermore, their durability varies depending on where and
how they are used. Please be sure to verify electrical
components and devices under actual conditions before use.
Continuously using them in a state of degraded performance
may cause deterioration in insulation performance, thus
resulting in abnormal heat generation, smoke generation, or fire.
To avoid that, we ask you to implement safe designs that include
redundancy, fire prevention, and malfunction prevention. Also,
please conduct periodic maintenance so that no accidents
resulting in injury or death, fire, or harm to society will be caused
as a result of product failure or service life.
About plug
The plug of this product is wired by soldering the 0.25 mm pitch
(CS)/0.4 mm pitch (CF) cable.
If you will be harnessing, carry it out based on the separately
attached “Plug Assembly Procedures”. Make sure to get familiar
with and observe all the precautions in the procedures.
Note: If you would like “Plug Assembly Procedures”, please
inquire at one of our sales offices.
• Caution regarding harness handling procedures.
To prevent the cable from being severed and to prevent damage
to the product, please handle carefully making sure not to apply
undue stress to the base of the cable after connecting it and
after mating the connector.
• Caution regarding harness design
To prevent the cable from being severed and to prevent damage
to the product, please place and secure the cable in a way that
prevents the base of the cable from becoming stressed.
About receptacle
• PC board design
Design the recommended foot pattern in order to secure the
mechanical strength in the soldered areas of the terminal.
• About (CF)
Use all the soldering terminals as GND for connecting GND
stably.
• Connector mounting
When mounting, if there is too much suction nozzle pressure,
the molded and metal parts might deform and break.
Please check beforehand.
• Soldering
1) Manual soldering.
• Since this connector is the low profile type the amount of solder
supplied should be closely monitored.
Too much solder during manual soldering may cause solder
creeping near the contacting part or a short circuit with the shell
(GND).
• Make sure that the soldering iron tip is heated within the
temperature and time limits indicated in the specifications.
• Flux from the solder wire may adhere to the contact surfaces
during soldering operations. After soldering, carefully check the
contact surfaces and clean off any flux before use.
• Be aware that a load applied to the connector terminals while
soldering may displace the contact.
Thoroughly clean the iron tip.
• Receptacle
Recommended PC board pattern (mounting pad layout)
(Top view)
Recommended window size of metal mask
Metal mask thickness: When 120µm
(Signal terminal portion opening area ratio: 60%)
(GND terminal portion opening area ratio: 70%)
(Shell edge terminal portion at four corners opening area ratio: 60%)
Dimension table (mm)
CS series
Number of
pins/
dimension
A B C D E F G H I
21 7.05 5.75 5.00 4.50 7.40 8.90 9.98 6.85 9.16
41 12.05 10.75 10.00 9.50 12.40 13.90 14.98 11.85 14.16
51 14.55 13.25 12.50 12.00 14.90 16.40 17.48 14.35 16.66
Insulation
D±0.05
E±0.05
F±0.05
G±0.05
A±0.05
B±0.05
C±0.05
0.50±0.03
0.25±0.03
0.25±0.03
0.16±0.03
2.56±0.03
2.00±0.03
1.16±0.03
3.20±0.03
1.90±0.03
2.76±0.03
3.20±0.03
D±0.03
I±0.03
G±0.03
H±0.03
B±0.03
C±0.03
0.22±0.01
0.50±0.01
3.00±0.01
3.20±0.01
2.12±0.01
2.60±0.01
2.00±0.01
(0.44)
2.20±0.01
(0.50)
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• Plug
21, 41 pin contacts (#38 wire for power supply)
Recommended cable pattern
Dimension table (mm)
41 pin contacts/51 pin contacts (signal wire only)
Recommended cable pattern
Dimension table (mm)
• Receptacle
Recommended PC board pattern (mounting pad layout)
Recommended window size of metal mask
Metal mask thickness: When 120µm
(Signal terminal portion opening area ratio: 70%)
(GND terminal portion opening area ratio: 80%)
Dimension table (mm)
• Plug
Recommended cable pattern
Dimension table (mm)
2) Reflow soldering
• Screen-printing is recommended for printing paste solder.
To determine the relationship between the screen opening area
and the PC board foot pattern area, refer to the diagrams in the
recommended patterns for PC boards and metal masks.
Make sure to use the terminal tip as a reference position when
setting.
Too much solder may cause solder creeping near the
contacting part or a short circuit with the shell (GND).
• Consult us when using a screen-printing thickness other than
that recommended.
• Depending on the size of the connector being used, self
alignment may not be possible. Accordingly, carefully position
the terminal with the PC board pattern.
The recommended reflow temperature profile is given in the
figure below
The temperature is measured on the surface of the PC board
near the connector terminal.
• Certain solder and flux types may cause serious solder
creeping.
Solder and flux characteristics should be taken into
consideration when setting the reflow soldering conditions.
• Do not apply adhesive to secure the connector, because it can
affect the spring action of the contact.
When coating the PC board after soldering the connector to
prevent the deterioration of insulation, perform the coating in
such a way so that the coating does not get on the connector.
3) Reworking on a soldered portion
• Finish reworking in one operation.
• For reworking of the solder bridge, use a soldering iron with a
flat tip. Do not add flux, otherwise, the flux may creep to the
contact parts.
• Use a soldering iron whose tip temperature is within the
temperature range specified in the specifications.
Number of pins/dimension A B C
21 4.75 6.00 3.00
41 9.75 11.00 8.00
Number of pins/dimension A B C
41 10.00 11.00 0.34
51 12.50 13.50 0.31
CF series
Number of pins/dimension A B C D
40 19.10 15.60 18.20 20.00
A±0.1
C±0.1
0.50±0.05
0.25±0.05
B
0.35±0.03
#44
(fine diameter)
or #46
#38 (Each of
the two ends)
Z
View Z
(0.05)
(1.00)
(0.80)
MAX. 0.1
0.35±0.05
0.45±0.05
1.30±0.05
A±0.1
0.25±0.05 C±0.03
Z'
B
View Z'
(0.05)
0.35±0.05
(1.00)
(0.80)
MAX. 0.1
0.45±0.05
1.30±0.05
Insulation
Insulation
GND connection
(4 places)
Insulation
0.40±0.03
0.23±0.03
0.90±0.03
A±0.05
B±0.05
0.67±0.03
1.62±0.03
1.24±0.03
1.30±0.03
0.50±0.03
(2.72) 0.76±0.030.64±0.03
4.12±0.03
4.12±0.03
2.12±0.03
3.00±0.03
1.51±0.03
1.53±0.03
2.04±0.03
B±0.05
C±0.03
D±0.03
0.40±0.03
0.21±0.02
Number of pins/dimension A B
40 15.60 16.60
A±0.1
0.40±0.05 0.31±0.03
Y
BView Y
(0.05)
0.35±0.05
(1.00)
(0.80)
MAX. 0.1
0.45±0.05
1.30±0.05
Te r minal Paste
solder
PC board
foot pattern
60 to 120 sec.
Preheating
Time
Te mperature Peak temperature
200°C
220°C
Upper limit (Soldering heat resistance)
260°C
230°C
180°C
150°C
70 sec.
25 sec.
Lower limit (Solder wettability)
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4) Others
• Do not drop or handle the connector carelessly. Otherwise, the
terminals may become deformed due to excessive force or
applied solderability may degrade.
When cutting or bending the PC board after mounting the
connector, be careful that the soldered sections are subjected to
excessive forces.
Insertion / Removal and mating retention of connectors
• Do not insert or remove the connector when it is not soldered.
Also, forcibly applied external pressure on the terminals can
weaken the adherence of the terminals to the molded part or
cause the terminals to lose their evenness.
• Excessive prying-force applied to one end may cause product
breakage and separation of the solder joints at the terminal.
Excessive force applied for insertion in a pivot action as shown
may also cause product breakage.
Always align the connector with the mating part and slide it in
parallel.
• Pushing the plug excessively when inserting it may deform and
break the product.
This product has a simple lock structure for mating. However,
connectors may become unmated due to cable weigh, cable
reactive force, and impact by dropping, etc. Please take
measures to prevent inadvertent connector disconnections at
the equipment side.
When removing the connector, do not pull the cable to avoid
damaging the product.
Insert the tip of the removal jig under the flange of the plug and
lift the jig straight up as shown below. (Removable from either
the left or right side.) We recommend a tip thickness of 0.4±0.03
mm (CS), 0.2±0.03 mm (CF).
Other Notes
The connectors are not meant to be used for switching.
Plug Plug
Cable
Receptacle Receptacle
Plug
Flange
Removal jig
Receptacle
Lift
straight up
Plug
Cable
Receptacle
Tip
• CS
Removal
jig
0.4±0.03
Tip
• CF
Removal
jig
0.2±0.03
Please refer to the latest product specifications
when designing your product.

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