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EIAJ connector

 

EIAJ connector

A yellow-tipped EIAJ connector

The EIAJ connector type, more formally known as EIAJ RC-5320A, is a type of coaxial power connector or jack for small appliances.

Contents

  • Features 1
  • Types 2
  • History 3
  • ET-2502A 4
  • EIAJ RC-5321 5
  • EIAJ RC-5322 6
  • Companies that use this standard 7
  • See also 8
  • External links 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11

Features

The entire series of connectors has a built-in retention feature. On types 1, 2, and 3 this involves a bevel on the barrel near the tip, while on types 4 and 5 the tip of the insulator ring has a larger diameter than the metal barrel.

Types

The design philosophy is that higher voltages should be supplied via larger plugs to prevent equipment damage. A larger plug will not go into a smaller jack.

Connector Name Minimum Voltage Rated Voltage Rated Current Outer Diameter Inner Diameter Pin Diameter Shaft Length Notes
EIAJ-01 0 V 3.15 V 2 A plug: 2.35 mm

jack: 2.75 mm hole

plug: 0.7 mm

jack: 0.65 mm pin

none 9.5~13 mm Philmore 235 plug/205 PCB jack
EIAJ-02 3.15 V 6.3 V 2 A plug: 4.0 mm

jack: 4.4 mm hole

plug: 1.7 mm

jack: 1.65 mm pin

none 9.5 mm Philmore 240 plug/TC240 cord/207 PCB jack
EIAJ-03 6.3 V 10.5 V 2 A plug: 4.75 mm

jack: 5.15 mm hole

plug: 1.7 mm

jack: 1.65 mm pin

none 9.5~12 mm Philmore 275 plug/TC275 cord/220 PCB jack
EIAJ-04 10.5 V 13.5 V 2 A 5.5 mm 3.4 mm 1.0 mm 9.5~13.5 mm Philmore 255 plug
EIAJ-05 13.5 V 18.0 V 2 A 6.5 mm 4.4 mm 1.4 mm 9.5~16 mm Philmore 265 plug/TC265 cord/214 PCB jack

History

This standard was originally created in 1992 as EIAJ RC-6705, updated in 1997, and updated again in 2005.

The Electronic Industries Association of Japan (EIAJ) and the Japan Electronic Industries Development Association have merged to form the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA), an electronics and IT industry trade organization.

ET-2502A

The use of these connectors on equipment is defined in JEITA ET-2502A.[1] For instance, this document describes the interface between a car cigarette plug or RC-5321 plug and the powered device, the polarity symbol used (JEITA CP-1104A),

EIAJ RC-5321

This is a unique-looking barrel connector, apparently intended for providing a DC output jack (most DC jacks are used for power input).

Possibly available in multiple voltage ranges, the one for voltage classification 2 (3.15 to 6.3 V) has an outside diameter of 4.75 mm and a protruding pin of 2.5 mm diameter.

Previously known as EIAJ RCX-5321.

EIAJ RC-5322

According to Hosiden, this is a 12V/24V barrel connector designed for electronic equipment used in cars. The outside diameter is 6.5mm. [2]

Previously known as EIAJ RCX-5322.

Companies that use this standard

See also

External links

  • example specifications
  • JEITA Connector Standards (inherited from EIAJ)

Datasheets

  • EIAJ-4 plug manufactured by CUI Inc.
  • EIAJ-4 jack manufactured by CUI Inc.

References

  1. ^ "Designation items and methods for equipment using low voltage d.c. power supply plugs and jacks". 

External links

  • EIAJ DC connector drawings
  • DC Power Jacks -- dimensions
  • DC Power Supply Plugs / Jacks (JEITA RC-5320A) -- dimensions
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