AMP Universal Power

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Datasheet/Manual

AMP Universal Power (U-P) instruction sheet

Pins

Be aware that there are two versions of the pins used, one for thin cables 26-22 AWG, and one for thicker cables 20-16 AWG. It can also be a bit confusing that the "male" plugs use "female" pins, and the other way around.

It is advisable to buy pins for thicker wire as the parts that crimp the wire and insulation can be trimmed down allowing them to be used on thinner wire as well as thicker wire.

Pin numbering

Male 12 pin AMP UP connector with pin numbering.
Male connector
Female 12 pin AMP UP connector with pin numbering.
Female connector

Part numbers

Pins:

AWG#20-16 Female pin for male housing - 175152

AWG#26-22 Female pin for male housing - 175151


AWG#20-16 Male pin for female housing - 175150

AWG#26-22 Male pin for female housing - 175149


Housings:

Pins Male Female Panel Rows
1 176270 176281 n/a One
2 176271 176282 176292 One
3 176272 176283 176293 One
4 176273 176284 176294 Two
6 176274 176285 176295 Two
8 176275 176286 176296 Two
9 176276 176287 176297 Three
10 176277 176288 176298 Two
12 176278 176289 176299 Three
15 176279 176290 176300 Three
18 176280 176291 176301 Three

Headers:

Blast City ( 18+12 pin i/o board -> loom ) : 282329-1

What they look like

Video on how to remove pins from male contact

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcJUhtHCzfI

Where to get them

http://akihabarashop.jp/

http://www.digikey.com/ - search for part numbers above

http://www.onlinecomponents.com/ - search for part numbers above

http://uk.rs-online.com - search for part numbers above

http://www.giz10p.co.uk/

http://www.leshoparcade.com

http://www.starcab.net/

http://www.arcadeinvaders.com/