MTA 100 and 156 connectors

This TE Connectivity (TE) catalog helps you identify products that satisfy your connector needs for printed circuit board headers, mass termination connectors preloaded with contacts, crimp-snap contacts and housings, and card edge connectors with preloaded contacts.

The TE Connectivity’s MTA 100 and 156 connectors permit mass termination of wires for low applied costs. Available as a wire-to-board or wire-to-wire system, based on insulation displacement contact (IDC) technology which requires no stripping of wires, the connectors are color-coded to indicate wire gauge. MTA 100 connectors, on a 0.100” [2.54mm] centerline, are available in up to 28 positions and can terminate 28–22 AWG wire. MTA 156 connectors, on a 0.156” [0.396mm] centerline, are available in up to 24 positions and can terminate 26-18 AWG wire. Both closed end and feed through connectors are offered. MTA 100 connectors can operate at voltages up to 250 V at 5A, while the MTA 156 connectors can operate up to 600 V at 7 A. Both types are available with tin- or gold-plated contacts and operate at temperatures from –55°C to 105°C. Contacts are lubricated for fretting corrosion protection. Both MTA 100 and 156 connectors are UL recognized.

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Key Features

  • Insulation displacement contact (IDC) wire termination
  • Mass termination for low applied costs
  • Audible latch for connection feedback on posted housings
  • Wire feedthrough for daisy chaining
  • Up to 28 positions and can terminate 28-18 AWG wires
  • Up to 600 V and 7 A rating
  • Tin and gold plating available
  • UL-recognized parts and conform to UL1410 standards

General Applications

  • Household appliances
  • Low-power and signal applications
  • Industrial machinery and controls

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