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SM CONNECTOR

2.5mm pitch/Disconnectable Crimp style wire-to-wire connectors

Specifications –––––––––––––––––––

The SM series are 2.5mm pitch, wire-to-wire connectors that perform reliably in high-density, small current applications. •




• Current rating: 3A AC, DC max.
• Voltage rating: 250V AC, DC max.
• Temperature range: -25˚C to +85˚C
(including temperature rise in applying electrical current)
• Contact resistance: Initial value/10m Ω max.
After environmental testing/20m Ω max.
• Insulation resistance:
500M Ω min.
• Withstanding voltage: 1,500V AC/minute
• Applicable wire: AWG #28 to #22
0.08 to 0.33mm2
• Applicable panel thickness: 0.5 to 2.0mm
* Compliant with RoHS.
* Refer to "General Instruction and Notice when using
Terminals and Connectors" at the end of this catalog.
* Contact JST for details.

Standards ––––––––––––––––––––––
0 Recognized E60389

High contact pressure
Highly reliable housing construction
Mountable on a variety of panels
Arm lock mechanism

1 Certified LR20812
2 R50120150

Assembly layout

2∼12 circuits:8.7 18 circuits:14.5

(22.9)

Panel layout
4.0 +0.15 0

Panel thickness (mm)
0.5∼0.9
1.0∼1.5
1.5∼2.0
Circuits Plug housing Model No.
Panel hole dimensions (mm) General tolerance

5.15+0.15 0

4.15+0.15 0

1.6

(2 to 12 circuits)

+0.15
0

2

B

3
4

7.0 +0.15
0
1.4

(18 circuits)

5
6

10.15 +0.15 0

7.15+0.15 0

7
8
9
10
11
A
B

+0.15
0

B ±0.1

5.7

9.6

5.7

9.8

5.7

10.0

8.2

12.1

8.2

12.3

8.2

12.5

10.7

14.6

10.7

14.8

10.7

15.0

13.2

17.1

13.2

17.3

13.2

17.5

15.7

19.6

15.7

19.8

15.7

20.0

18.2

22.1

18.2

22.3

18.2

22.5

20.7

24.6

20.7

24.8

20.7

25.0

23.2

27.1

23.2

27.3

23.2

27.5

25.7

29.6

25.7

29.8

25.7

30.0

28.2

32.1

28.2

32.3

28.2

32.5

30.7

34.6

30.7

34.8

30.7

35.0

23.2

27.2

23.2

27.4

23.2

27.6

A

A

12
18

SMP-02V-B(N)C
SMP-03V-B(N)C
SMP-04V-B(N)C
SMP-05V-B(N)C
SMP-06V-B(N)C
SMP-07V-B(N)C
SMP-08V-B(N)C
SMP-09V-B(N)C
SMP-10V-B(N)C
SMP-11V-B(N)C
SMP-12V-B(N)C
SMP-18V-B(N)C

B ±0.1

+0.15
0

A

B ±0.1

A

Note: 1. Punch holes in the panel according to the sketch and table shown above. Burrs must be removed.
2. The strength of the panel must be considered when punching two or more holes.
3. The connector must be inserted from the same side as the hole is punched.

1

SM CONNECTOR
Contact
Socket contact
1.95

1.1

1.1

Pin contact

9.0

15.8

3.8

1.7

2.3

0.64

3.0

1.7 2.0

Applicable wire

Model No.
Pin contact

mm2

SYM-001T-P0.6

SHF-001T-0.8BS

AWG #

Insulation O.D.
(mm)

0.08∼0.33

Socket contact

28∼22

Q´ty / reel

1.2∼1.8

Pin contact: 8,500
Socket contact: 5,000

Material and Finish
Phosphor bronze, tin-plated (reflow treatment)

RoHS compliance
Note: 1. Contact JST for special products.
2. Contact JST for brass products.
Contact

Crimping machine Crimp applicator

SYM-001T-P0.6 AP-K2N

MKS-LS MKS-L


*MKS-SC

Applicator
Dies

Crimp applicator with dies

MK/SYM-001-06 APLMK SYM001-06

Contact

Crimping machine Crimp applicator

SHF-001T-0.8BS AP-K2N

SC/SYM-001-06 APLSC SYM001-06

MKS-LS MKS-L


*MKS-SC

Applicator
Crimp applicator with dies

Dies

MK/SHF-001-08S APLMK SHF001-08S
SC/SHF-001-08S APLSC SHF001-08S

Note: *Strip-crimp applicator

Contact position location numbers

Contact position numbers are stamped

Receptacle housing

Plug housing

10
15

JST

14

13

1

1
2
3

4

18

6

15

5

14

4

7

18

12

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

9

5

4

4

13

JST

3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

11

3

12

2

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

12

1

10

1

2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Plug housing

JST

Receptacle housing

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

SM CONNECTOR
Housing
Material: PA 6, UL94V-0
Current rating

Receptacle housing(for pin contact)
SMR-02V-B, black
SMR-02V-N, white (natural)

5.5

3A

Q´ty / bag 8.0

2

Plug housing(for socket contact)
SMP-02V-BC, black
SMP-02V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 5.5

Circuits

1,000

1,000

10.2
7.5

18.2

11.7

SMR-03V-B, black
SMR-03V-N, white (natural)

SMP-03V-BC, black
SMP-03V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 8.0

8.0

3A

10.5

3

Q´ty / bag 7.4

1,000

1,000

10.2
7.5

18.2

11.7

SMR-04V-B, black
SMR-04V-N, white (natural)

SMP-04V-BC, black
SMP-04V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 10.5

10.5

3A

13.0

4

Q´ty / bag 7.4

1,000

500
10.2
18.2

11.7

SMR-05V-B, black
SMR-05V-N, white (natural)

13.0

3A

15.5

5

Q´ty / bag 500

7.4

SMP-05V-BC, black
SMP-05V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 13.0

7.5

1,000

10.2
7.5

18.2

11.7

SMR-06V-B, black
SMR-06V-N, white (natural)

SMP-06V-BC, black
SMP-06V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 15.5

15.5

3A

18.0

6

Q´ty / bag 7.4

500

500
10.2
7.5

18.2

11.7

7.4

RoHS compliance

3

SM CONNECTOR
Housing
Material: PA 6, UL94V-0
Current rating

Receptacle housing(for pin contact)
SMR-07V-B, black
SMR-07V-N, white (natural)

18.0

3A

Q´ty / bag 20.5

7

Plug housing(for socket contact)
SMP-07V-BC, black
SMP-07V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 18.0

Circuits

500

500

10.2
7.5

18.2

11.7

SMR-08V-B, black
SMR-08V-N, white (natural)

SMP-08V-BC, black
SMP-08V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 20.5

20.5

3A

23.0

8

Q´ty / bag 7.4

500

500

10.2
7.5

11.7

18.2

23.0

3A

25.5

9

Q´ty / bag 500

7.5

10.2
18.2

7.4

SMP-10V-BC, black
SMP-10V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 25.5

25.5

28.0

3A

Q´ty / bag Q´ty / bag 500

11.7

SMR-10V-B, black
SMR-10V-N, white (natural)

10

SMP-09V-BC, black
SMP-09V-NC, white (natural)

23.0

SMR-09V-B, black
SMR-09V-N, white (natural)

7.4

500

200

7.5

10.2
18.2

11.7

SMR-11V-B, black
SMR-11V-N, white (natural)

SMP-11V-BC, black
SMP-11V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 28.0

28.0

3A

30.5

11

Q´ty / bag 7.4

500

200

7.5

RoHS compliance

4

10.2
18.2

11.7

7.4

SM CONNECTOR
Housing
Material: PA 6, UL94V-0
Circuits

Current rating

Receptacle housing(for pin contact)
SMR-12V-B, black
SMR-12V-N, white (natural)

SMP-12V-BC, black
SMP-12V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 30.5

30.5

3A

Q´ty / bag 33.0

12

Plug housing(for socket contact)

500

500

10.2
18.2

7.5

11.7

SMR-18V-B, black
SMR-18V-N, white (natural)

SMP-18V-BC, black
SMP-18V-NC, white (natural)

Q´ty / bag 23.0

23.0

2A

25.5

18

Q´ty / bag 7.4

200

200

12.5

10.0
18.7

11.7

12.4

RoHS compliance
Note: 1. SM connectors with any number of circuits can be used either panel mounted or free hanging.
2. Contact JST for special products.

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