Technical Manual Connector Strip Materials Strips of copper and copper alloys

KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
Technical Manual
Connector Strip Materials
Strips of copper and copper alloys
plain and tinned
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
Overview
1. KME Group
1.1.
KME in short
1.2.
KME‘ s product portf olio
1.3.
KME`s locations
2. Programme of KME (Industrial Rolled - Connector-)
211
2.1.1.
M
Manuf
f acturing
i programme
2.1.2.
Manuf acturing programme (Tolerances)
2.2.1.
Stamping Centre Osnabrück
2.2.2.
Stamping Centre Osnabrück
2.3.1.
STOL® Multigauge
2.3.2.
STOL® Multigauge
241
2.4.1.
TECSTRIP® _multicoil
lti il
2.4.2.
TECSTRIP® _multicoil
3. Standard - Alloys
3.1.
Survey Standard - Alloys
3.2
KME100 - Cu-ETP - C11000
3.3.
KME158 - Cu-HCP - C10300
34
3.4.
KME159 - Cu-PHC
Cu PHC - C10300
3.5.
KME165 - Cu-DHP - C12200
3.6.
KME160 - Cu-DLP - C12200
3,7.
KME169 - Cu-OFE - C10100 / C10200
3.8.
KME310 - CuZn10 - C22000
3.9.
KME315 - CuZn15 - C23000
3 10
3.10.
KME330 - CuZn30 - C26000
3.11.
KME333 - CuZn33 - C26800
3.12.
KME336 - CuZn36 - C27000
3.13.
KME337 - CuZn37 - C27200
3.14.
KME540 - CuSn4 - C51100
3.15.
KME550 - CuSn5 - C51000
3 16
3.16.
KME560 - CuSn6 - C51900
3.17.
KME580 - CuSn8 - C52100
Standard - Special - Alloys
KME812 - CuNi10Fe1Mn - C70600
C70250 - CuNi3Si
KME810 - CuSn3Zn9 /
CuSn2Zn10 - C42500
3 21
3.21.
C1 100 - CuZr
C15100
C Z
3.22.
C19210 - CuFe0,1
3.23.
C50715 - CuSn2Fe0,1P
3.24.
C50725 - CuSn2Zn2Fe0,1P
4. STOL® - Alloys
4.1.
Survey STOL® - Alloys
42
4.2.
Ch i l composition
Chemical
iti
4.3.
Demand
4.4.
Physical properties
4.5.
TS & EC of alloys
4.6.
STOL® 30 - C44730
4.7.
STOL® 76 - C19010
48
4.8.
STOL® 76M - C19002
4.9.
STOL® 76MECO
4.10.
STOL® 77 - C15500
4.11.
STOL® 78 - C18665
4.12.
STOL® 80 - C14410
4.13.
STOL® 94 - C70310
4 14
4.14.
STOL® 95 - C18150 / C18400
4.15.
STOL® 194 - C19400
3.18.
3.19.
3.20.
5. Important material data
5.1.1. Relaxation parameter
5.1.2. Relaxation (100 - 200° C)
5.1.3. Relaxation (dif f erence initial stress)
5.1.4. Relaxation (300 N / 1000h)
5.1.5.
1
R l
Relaxation
i ((short
h
time)
i )
5.1.6. Relaxation (long time)
5.2.
Physical data of alloys
5.3.1. Sof tening characteristic at 300° C
5.3.2. Sof tening characteristic at 500° C
5.4.
Bend f atigue at room temperature
5 5 1 Def
5.5.1.
D f iinition
iti b
bending
di axle
l
5.5.2. Judgement of bending
6. Hot dip tinning
6.1.
Reasons f or the hot dip tinning
6.2.
Coating Programme
6.3.
Hot dip tinning f acility
64
6.4.
Hot dip tinning
6.5.
Pref erred applications of special tin layers
6.6.
STOL® Sn28M - tin silver
6.7.
Properties caused by the layer
7. Principle characteristics for Connector-Design
7.1.
The normal f orce and her inf luence f actor
8 Summary
8.
8.1.
Selection of alloys and layers
8.2.
Strategy strength of KME
Printing date: April 2014
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
1.1.
KME in short
A major European group, KME is a leading player in the global copper processing industry.
KME specializes in manufacturing copper semi finished and copper special products manufactured from
secondary metals (scrap metals) and primary metals (cathodes).
(cathodes) KME is the link in the copper supply chain
between the mining and the end product manufacturers.
With 12 production sites in Europe and one in China, KME is the world’s largest manufacturer of semi-finished
copper and copper alloy products (excluding copper wire) worldwide
worldwide.
The production of KME covers an extremely wide range of manufacturing sectors, including semi finished
products for buildings and industrial applications and a wide range of high-technology products.
With deep roots in the industrial history of several European countries
countries, KME is today a united and competitive
enterprise, a leader on an international scale.
At the level of operations, the local manufacturing activities are implemented by a series of local companies
operating in full integration with the Group’s
Group s strategic and industrial policies
policies.
The Group, held by the listed Italian company INTEK GROUP S.p.a, brings together several manufacturing
companies based in Germany, Italy, France, UK, Spain and a Joint Venture in China for special products. It is also
present in five continents with a dense network of trading companies located in the principal industrial areas
of the world.
Revision: 01/2013
1. KME - Group
1.1.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
1.2.
KME‘ s product portfolio
Divisions
Rolled products
Products
Main uses
Building and architecture; roof coverings, facades and rainwater
draining systems; interior/exterior decorations; electrical and
mechanical industry,
y connectors, boilers, minting,
g solar collectors,
gifts and fancy goods.
Copper tubes
Air conditioning and cooling systems, connectors and pipe fittings,
plumbing and heating systems,
systems gas piping
piping, boilers
boilers, electrical
applications, solar thermal systems, medical industry.
Brass and copper rods
Tabs, valves and fittings,
Tabs
fittings precision mechanical parts,
parts car
components, electrical and electronic equipment, door locks,
profiles for architectural use and for window and door fittings.
Special products
Shipbuilding, offshore installations, chemical industry, energy,
metallurgy and steel industry.
Revision: 08/2009
1. KME - Group
1.2.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
1.3.
KME‘ s locations
Revision: 01/2014
1. KME - Group
1.3.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
2.1.1.
Manufaturing programme
bare strips
1220
pre tinned strips:
hot dip tinned
electrolytical tinned
700
680
special qualities:
narrow tolerances
stress levelled
stress annealed
traverse wound strips:
drum weights: 300 - 1500 kg
wooden, plastic and Metal drums.
flange less
TECSTRIP®_multicoil
thickness:
width:
max pallet weights:
max.
0,18 - 0,80 mm
15 - 50 mm
2 500 kg *
2.500
* higher pallet weights on request
profiled strips
thickness:
width:
0,23 - 1,00 mm
15 - 90 mm
330
200
25
10
0,08
0,10 0,20
2,00
St i thi
Strip
thickness
k
(
(mm)
)
pre stamped - and finish parts
Revision: 01/2014
1,20
2. Programme
2.1.1.
3,00
4,00
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
2.1.2.
Manufacturing programme - Tolerances on width and thickness
thickness
width tolerance
thickness
mm
standard [mm]
mm
standard
precision
thickness tolerance
10 - 50
51 - 100
101 - 200
201 - 350
351 - 660
0,08 - 0,20
± 0,005
± 0,004
0,08 - 1,00
+ 0,20
+ 0,30
+ 0,40
+ 0,60
+ 1,00
0,21 - 0,30
± 0,007
± 0,005
1 01 - 2
1,01
2,00
00
+ 0,30
0 30
+ 0,40
0 40
+ 0,50
0 50
+ 1,00
1 00
+1
1,50
50
0 31 - 0
0,31
0,40
40
± 0,015
0 015
±0
0,006
006
2,01 - 3,00
+ 0,50
+ 0,60
+ 0,70
+ 1,20
+ 2,00
0,41 - 0,50
± 0,015
± 0,008
0,51 - 0,60
± 0,017
± 0,010
thickness
width tolerance
0,61 - 0,70
± 0,020
± 0,010
mm
precision [mm]
0,71 - 0,85
± 0,022
± 0,012
10 - 50
51 - 100
101 - 200
201 - 350
351 - 660
0 86 - 1
0,86
1,30
30
± 0,025
0 025
± 0,015
0 015
0,08 - 1,00
+ 0,10
+ 0,20
+ 0,30
+ 0,40
+ 0,50
1,31 - 2,00
± 0,030
± 0,020
1,01 - 2,00
+ 0,20
+ 0,20
+ 0,40
+ 0,60
+ 0,70
2,01 - 3,00
± 0,045
± 0,025
2,01 - 3,00
+ 0,30
+ 0,30
+ 0,50
+ 0,70
+ 0,90
Revision: 05/2009
2. Programme
2.1.2.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
2.2.1.
Stamping - Centre OSNABRÜCK
• When it comes to high-quality stamped and
formed parts with maximum precision at a
high technical level , we are your partner.
• We offer fully integrated manufacturing chain
 Advice on materials
 Strip
pp
production
 Hot-dip tinning, electroplating and
coating of stamped strips
 Manufacturing of stamped parts especially
for material-intensive
material intensive products
 Recycling of the stamping scraps
 Metal management
• We will send you an overall concept tailored to your needs
Revision: 01/2014
2. Programme
2.2.1.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
2.2.2.
Stamping - Centre OSNABRÜCK
• Excenter presses with 50 – 300t press force
• Strip thickness up to 4 mm (depending from press and prematerial)
• Tool size up to 2,5m
• Integrated
I t
t d processes,
- press in from bolts and nuts
- joining of components
• Small and large batch production
• Customised Packaging
• Tool maintenance and tool construction
• Stamping of all established metal strips
• Technical
T h i l and
dS
Sales
l supportt ffor customers
t
• Total project management
• Quality management system accredited to TS 16949
Contact person:
Mr. Frank Mostert
Commercial Director
Tel.: 0541 – 321 4160
Mobil: 0160 – 5 35 69 82
e-Mail: [email protected]
Revision: 01/2014
Mr. Marc Kovermann
Techn. Consulting
Tel.: 0541 – 321 3520
Mobil: 0173 – 613 38 84
e-Mail: [email protected]
2. Programme
2.2.2.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
2.3.1.
STOL®Multigauge
 Various stress-relieved designs
 High precision dimensions, on-line thickness control
 Homogeneous material properties
 Lower spreading costs
 Combination of milling and skiving
 Solder-resist strips
 Availability
: all KME alloys
- Strip thickness
: (0,18) 0,23 - 1,00 mm
- Strip width
: 15 - 90 mm
profiled area
: +/- 0,025
,
mm
- Width tolerance of the p
- Thickness tolerance of the profiled area : +/- 0,005 mm (100% controlled)
- Thickness passage
: sharp edged / slope determinable / radius 0,1 - 2,0 mm
- Track placement in coil and flow direction : free determinable
- Surface finish
: Ra = 0,2 µm
- Surface finish (profiled area)
: Ra = 0,1 - 0,2 µm
- Special profiles
: realization customized
Revision: 08/2007
2. Programme
2.3.1.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
2.3.2.
STOL®Multigauge
0,20 - 0,97 +/- 0,005 mm
0,23-1,00 mm
0,23 - 1,00 mm
R 0,1 - 2,0 mm
0,20 - 0,97 +/- 0,005 mm
15,00 - 90,00 mm
15,00 - 90,00 mm
0,23-1,00 mm
0,20 - 0,97 +/- 0,005 mm
10°- 90°
0,20
, - 0,97
, +/- 0,005
,
mm
0,23-1,00
,
, mm
15,00 - 90,00 mm
> 3,00 +/- 0,025 mm
15,00 - 90,00 mm
Lötstopp
> 0,18 - 1,00 mm
1,5 - 5,0 +/- 0,025 mm
0,23 - 1,00 mm
0,013 mm +/- 0,005 mm
0 20 - 0
0,20
0,97
97 +/
+/- 0
0,005
005 mm
10° 90°
10°-
15,00 - 90,00 mm
15,00 - 90,00 mm
Revision: 08/2007
2. Programme
2.3.2.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
2.4.1.
TECSTRIP®_multicoil
The economical coil of Copper, Bronze and High Performance STOL® alloys. TECSTRIP®_multicoil is a system where
several large pancake coils are joined together by resistance welding and supplied palletised for use on pallet de-coilers.
Your advantage: Increased efficiency = increase of the productivity = cost savings when processing KME alloys.
Standard width:
Standard thickness:
15 - 50 mm
0,15 - 0,80 mm
Warehouse requirements:
Height off pallet:
Circular pallet ø:
Pallet weight:
Outer diameter ø:
max. 490 mm
max. 1600 mm
max. 2500 kg *
max. 1600 mm
* higher
pallet weights
on request
g
p
g
q
Inner diameter ø 300 mm for thickness:
0,15 - 0,40 mm
Inner diameter ø 400 mm for thickness:
> 0,40
0 40 - 0,80
0 80 mm
The coils ends are joined by welding the outer to outer and inner to inner ends, forming one continuous length. The
TECSTRIP®_multicoil is then unreeled in the opposite direction during processing.
Revision: 01/2014
2. Programme
2.4.1.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
2.4.2.
TECSTRIP®_multicoil
Potential savings using TECSTRIP®_multicoil
The use of TECSTRIP®_multicoil optimises production, reduces coil changes and labour costs
and keeps scrap to the minimum
minimum.
(Example for strip dimension: 0,25 x 25 mm = 12 Single coils)
Saving of materials
- up to 44 m strip material = minimizes scrap.
scrap
Reduction of tooling time
- up to 165 minutes longer machine running capacity, through TECSTRIP®_multicoil
in comparison to 12 single coils
coils, without stamping starts of
single coils = productivity increase of approx. 13 %.
Tooling – Capacity
breaks, starting single coils
coils.
- up to 25 % less tooling breaks
De-coiler system of KME own machinery manufacture
- customer designed conception
- reduction of investment spending by Customer-orientated
Customer orientated
cost absorptions.
Revision: 08/2007
2. Programme
2.4.2.
TECSTRIP®_multicoil
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.1.
Survey standard alloys
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
KME
100
158
159
160
165
169
310
315
330
333
336
337
540
550
560
580
810
KME 812
DIN EN
CEN
Cu-ETP
Cu-HCP
Cu-PHC
Cu
PHC
Cu-DLP
Cu-DHP
Cu-OFE
CuZn10
CuZn15
CuZn30
CuZn33
CuZn36
CuZn37
CuSn4
CuSn5
CuSn6
CuSn8
CuSn3Zn9 /
CuSn2Zn10
CuNi10Fe1,5Mn
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
CW
A
A
A
A
A
A
L
L
L
L
L
L
K
K
K
K
K
CW 352 H
C15100
CuZr
C19210
CuFe0,1P
C50710
CuSn2Fe0,1P
C50725
CuSn2Zn2Fe0,1P
C70250
CuNi3Si
The KME alloys are conforming to RoHS.
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004
021
020
023
024
009
501
502
505
506
507
508
450
451
452
453
454
ASTM
Applications
C11000
C10300
C10300
C12000
C12200
C10100
C22000
C23000
C26000
C26800
C27000
C27200
C51100
C51000
C51900
C52100
Base material for electrical parts.
C42500
C70600
C15100
C19210
C50710
C50725
C70250
Connectors for electrical engineering purposes,
installation parts and fittings for the electrical industry.
Cost reduction by higher zinc content.
Contact springs; connectors; membranes;
spring elements; switch elements;
fixed contacts.
Ultra-high strength spring elements.
Good compromise between alloy properties,
low metal price and better price formation.
High corrosion resistance against oil + seawater
(seawater spray test), resistance against relaxation.
Connectors, relays, springs, high voltage contacts
Connectors, relays, springs
Connectors
Connectors
Connectors bent parts
Connectors,
parts, relays
3. Standard alloys
3.1.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.2.
Temper
class
KME 100 – Cu-ETP (E-Cu) – C11000 – CW004A
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
min
max
MPa
min.
min
MPa
min.
min
%
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
220 - 260
(max 140)
(max.
33
40 - 65
0
0
R240
240 - 300
180
8
65 - 95
0
0
R290
290 - 360
250
4
90 - 110
0
0,5
R360
min. 360
320
2
min. 110
1
2
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of
smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
Cu:
O:
≥ 99
99,90
90 %
0,005 - 0,040 %
1) 2)
( ) only Information
R220
Chemical composition (reference)
%
3. Standard alloys
3.2.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
p
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,9
394
58
100
17,7
127
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.3.
Temper
class
KME 158 – Cu-HCP (SE-Cu) – C10300 – CW021A
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
min
max
MPa
min.
min
MPa
min.
min
%
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
220 - 260
(max 140)
(max.
33
40 - 65
0
0
R240
240 - 300
180
8
65 - 95
0
0
R290
290 - 360
250
4
90 - 110
0
0
R360
min. 360
320
2
min. 110
0
0,5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of
samller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
Cu:
P:
≥ 99,95
99 95 %
≈ 0,003 %
1) 2)
( ) only Information
R220
Chemical composition (reference)
%
3. Standard alloys
3.3.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
p
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,9
385
57
98
17,7
132
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.4.
Temper
class
KME 159 – Cu-PHC (SE-Cu) – C10300 – CW020A
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
min
max
MPa
min.
min
MPa
min.
min
%
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
220 - 260
(max 140)
(max.
33
40 - 65
0
0
R240
240 - 300
180
8
65 - 95
0
0
R290
290 - 360
250
4
90 - 110
0
0
R360
min. 360
320
2
min. 110
0
0,5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of
samller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 01/2012
Cu:
P:
≥ 99,95 %
0,001 - 0,005 %
1) 2)
( ) only Information
R220
Chemical composition (reference)
%
3. Standard alloys
3.4.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
p
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,94
385
58
100
17,7
132
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.5.
Temper
class
KME 160 – Cu-DLP (SW-Cu) – C12000 – CW023A
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
min
max
MPa
min.
min
MPa
min.
min
%
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
220 - 260
(max 140)
(max.
33
40 - 65
0
0
R240
240 - 300
180
8
65 - 95
0
0
R290
290 - 360
250
4
90 - 110
0
0
R360
min. 360
320
2
min. 110
0
0,5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of
smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 01/2014
Cu:
P:
≥ 99,90 %
0,005 - 0,013 %
1) 2)
( ) only Information
R220
Chemical composition (reference)
%
3. Standard alloys
3.5.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
p
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,94
370
52
90
17,3
132
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.6.
Temper
class
KME 165 – Cu-DHP (SF-Cu) – C12200 – CW024A
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
min
max
MPa
min.
min
MPa
min.
min
%
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
220 - 260
(max 140)
(max.
33
40 - 65
0
0
R240
240 - 300
(180)
8
65 - 95
0
0
R290
290 - 360
(250)
4
90 - 110
0
0
R360
min. 360
(320)
2
min. 110
0
0,5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of
smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2007
Cu:
P:
≥ 99,90
99 90 %
0,015 - 0,040 %
1) 2)
( ) only Information
R220
Chemical composition (reference)
%
3. Standard alloys
3.6.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
p
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,9
330
47
81
17,6
132
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.7.
Temper
class
KME 169 – Cu-OFE (OF-Cu) – C10100 / C10200 – CW009A
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
min
max
MPa
min.
min
MPa
min.
min
%
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
1) 2)
( ) only Information
R220
220 - 260
(max 140)
(max.
33
40 - 65
0
0
R240
240 - 300
(180)
8
65 - 95
0
0
R290
290 - 360
(250)
4
90 - 110
0
0
R360
min. 360
(320)
2
min. 110
0
0,5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of
smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 01/2012
Chemical composition (reference)
%
Cu:
≥ 99,90 %
P:
0,015
0 015 - 0
0,040
040 %
O:
≤ 0,0005 %
3. Standard alloys
3.7.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
p
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,94
394
58,6
101
17,7
132
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KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.8.
Temper
class
KME 310 - CuZn10 - C22000 - CW501L
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
min
max
MPa
min.
min
MPa
min.
min
%
( ) o nly Info rmatio n
R240
240 - 290
(max 140)
(max.
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
2)
36
50 - 100
0
0
R280
280 - 360
(200)
13
80 - 130
0
0
R350
350 - 450
(290)
4
110 - 160
-
-
1)
r = x · t ((thickness ≤ 0,50
, mm)) 2) values for stress relieved q
qualities
3)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
3. Standard alloys
3.8.
Chemical composition (%)
Cu: 89 - 91
Zn: Rest
Ni: max
max. 0
0,3
3
Sn: max. 0,1
Fe: max. 0,05
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up
p to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,8
184
25
43
18,2
124
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.9.
Temper
class
KME 315 - CuZn15 - C23000 - CW502L
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
( ) o nly Info rmatio n
A50
Hardness
(reference)
value
Bendability
Chemical composition
%
Cu: 84 - 86
Zn:
Ni:
Sn:
Fe:
90 °
HV
gw
2)
bw
1) 2) 3)
R300
300 - 370
(max. 170)
16
85 - 120
0
0
R350
350 - 420
(270)
8
100 - 150
0
0
R410
410 - 490
(360)
3
125 - 155
0
1
R480
480 - 560
(420)
1
150 - 180
1
3
R550
min. 550
(480)
-
min. 170
-
-
1)
Physical properties
Density*
Density
g/cm³
g/cm
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness
(thi k
≤ 0,50
0 50 mm)) 2) values
l
ffor stress
t
relieved
li d qualities
liti
3)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
3. Standard alloys
3.9.
Rest
max. 0,3
max. 0,1
max. 0,05
8,75
8
75
159
20
34
18,5
122
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.10.
Temper
class
KME 330 - CuZn30 - C26000 - CW505L
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MP
MPa
min.
MP
MPa
min.
%
( ) o nly Info rmatio n
1)
3)
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
b
bw
1) 2) 3)
2)
R270
270 - 350
(max. 160)
40
55 - 105
0
0
R350
350 - 430
(170)
21
95 - 155
0
0
R410
410 - 490
(350)
9
120 - 180
0
1
R480
480 - 570
(430)
4
150 - 190
0,5
2
R550
550 - 640
(480)
2
170 - 210
1
3
R630
min. 630
(560)
-
min. 190
-
-
Chemical composition
%
Cu: 69 - 71
Zn: Rest
Ni:
Ni
max. 0
0,3
3
Sn: max. 0,1
Fe: max. 0,05
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
3. Standard alloys
3.10.
8,5
126
16
28
19 7
19,7
115
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.11.
Temper
class
KME 333 - CuZn33 - C26800 - CW506L
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max
min
max.
MPa
min.
min
MPa
min.
min
%
( ) o nly Info rmatio n
R280
280 - 380
(max 170)
(max.
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
2)
40
55 - 95
0
Chemical composition (%)
Cu: 66 - 68
Zn: Rest
Ni: max
max. 0
0,3
3
Sn: max. 0,1
Fe: max. 0,05
0
Physical properties
R350
350 - 430
(170)
23
95 - 125
0
0
R420
420 - 500
(300)
6
125 - 155
0
0
R500
min. 500
(450)
3
min. 155
0,5
0,5
1)
Density*
g/cm³
8,5
Thermal conductivity at*
W/(m·K)
121
Electr. conductivityy ***
MS/m
15
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%) 26
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
19,9
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
112
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
3)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
3. Standard alloys
3.11.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.12.
Temper
class
KME 336 - CuZn36 - C27000 - CW507L
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MP
MPa
min.
MP
MPa
min.
%
( ) o nly Info rmatio n
1)
3)
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
b
bw
1) 2) 3)
2)
R300
300 - 370
(max. 180)
38
55 - 105
0
0
R350
350 - 430
(170)
19
95 - 125
0
0
R410
410 - 490
(300)
8
120 - 155
0
0
R480
480 - 560
(430)
3
150 - 180
0,5
2
R550
min 550
min.
(500)
-
min 170
min.
1
3
R630
min. 630
(600)
-
min. 190
-
-
Chemical composition
%
Cu: 63,5 - 65,5
Zn: Rest
Ni:
Ni
max. 0
0,3
3
Sn: max. 0,1
Fe: max. 0,05
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
3. Standard alloys
3.12.
8,45
121
14
24
20 2
20,2
110
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.13.
Temper
class
KME 337 - CuZn37 - C27200 - CW508L
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MP
MPa
min.
MP
MPa
min.
%
( ) o nly Info rmatio n
1)
3)
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
b
bw
1) 2) 3)
2)
R300
300 - 370
(max. 180)
38
55 - 105
0
0
R350
350 - 430
(170)
19
95 - 125
0
0
R410
410 - 490
(300)
8
120 - 155
0
0
R480
480 - 560
(430)
3
150 - 180
0,5
2
R550
min 550
min.
(500)
-
min 170
min.
1
3
R630
min. 630
(600)
-
min. 190
-
-
Chemical composition
%
Cu: 62 - 64
Zn: Rest
Ni:
Ni
max. 0
0,3
3
Sn: max. 0,1
Fe: max. 0,05
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
3. Standard alloys
3.13.
8,45
121
14
24
20 2
20,2
110
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.14.
Temper
class
KME 540 - CuSn4 - C51100 - CW450K
Tensile
strength
Rm
min. - max.
MPa
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
min.
MPa
Elongation
A50
min.
%
Hardness
(reference)
value
Bendability
Bendability
90 °
good way
90 °
bad way
HV
1) 2)
1) 2)
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
70 - 105
0
0
0
0
max. 190
40
thermal
R290
290 - 390
R390
390 - 490
320
250
17
20
115 - 155
0
0
0
0
R480
480 - 570
440
400
8
13
150 - 180
0
0
0
0
R540
540 - 630
480
450
6
12
160 - 200
0
0
0,5
0
R600
600 - 660
560
530
5
12
min. 180
0
0
1
0
R660
660 - 720
620
590
7
min. 180
-
0
-
0
R700
700 - 800
640
3
min. 180
-
0
-
0
1)
r = x · t ((thickness ≤ 0,50
, mm)) 2) sample
p width = 10 mm / bendabilityy for width of smaller samples
p
on request
q
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2010
3. Standard alloys
3.14.
Chemical composition
%
Cu: Rest
Sn: 3,5 - 4,5
P:
0,01 - 0,4
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
IACS ((%))
Electr. conductivityy ***
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,85
100
12
21
17,8
120
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.15.
Temper
class
KME 550 - CuSn5 - C51000 - CW451K
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness
(reference)
value
Bendability
Bendability
90 °
90 °
good way
bad way
1) 2)
1) 2)
HV
Sn: 4,5 - 5,5
P:
0,01 - 0,4
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
45
-
70 - 105
0
0
-
-
max. 250
thermal
R310
310 - 390
R400
400 - 500
340
-
17
-
120 - 160
0
0
-
-
R490
490 - 580
450
440
12
19
160 - 190
0
0
0
0
R550
550 - 640
500
480
5
13
180 - 210
0
0
1
0,5
R630
630 - 720
570
560
3
7
200 - 230
1
0
2
1
R690
min. 690
630
600
2
4
min. 220
2,5
2
3,5
3
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2010
3. Standard alloys
3.15.
Chemical composition
%
Cu: Rest
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -66 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,85
96
9
15
17 8
17,8
120
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.16.
Temper
class
KME 560 - CuSn6 - C51900 - CW452K
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness
(reference)
value
Bendability
Bendability
90 °
90 °
good way
bad way
1) 2)
1) 2)
HV
Sn:
P:
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
levelling
relieving
levelling
relieving
levelling
relieving
levelling
relieving
80 - 120
0
0
0
0
max. 300
45
350 - 420
R420
420 - 520
350
340
22
29
120 - 170
0
0
0
0
R500
500 - 590
450
410
15
22
160 - 190
0
0
0
0
R560
560 - 650
520
490
10
15
180 - 210
0
0
0
0
R640
640 - 730
590
570
5
12
200 - 230
0
0
1
0,5
R720
min. 720
650
620
-
4
min. 210
-
1
-
-
R8503)
min. 850
-
800
-
1,5
min. 240
-
1
-
-
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
thicknesses: 0,15 - 0,60 mm
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
3)
Revision: 08/2010
3. Standard alloys
3.16.
5,5 - 7,0
0,01 - 0,4
thermal
R350
1)
Chemical composition
%
Cu: Rest
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,8
75
8
13
18,5
118
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.17.
Temper
class
KME 580 - CuSn8 - C52100 - CW453K
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness
(reference)
value
Bendability
Bendability
90 °
90 °
good way
bad way
1) 2)
1) 2)
HV
Sn:
P:
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
mechanical
thermal
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
stress-
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
leveling
relieving
80 - 120
0
0
0
0
max. 300
50
R370
370 - 450
R450
450 - 550
370
350
28
35
120 - 175
0
0
0
0
R540
540 - 630
460
440
22
27
170 - 200
0
0
0
0
R600
600 - 690
520
480
16
20
180 - 210
0
0
1
0
R660
660 - 750
600
580
10
14
210 - 240
0
0
3
2
R740
740 - 810
680
660
5
8
210 - 260
-
2
-
3
R8003)
800 - 930
720
700
-
4
230 - 290
-
-
-
-
R8503)
min. 850
-
800
-
1,5
min. 240
-
-
-
-
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
thicknesses: 0,15 - 0,60 mm
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
3)
Revision: 08/2010
3. Standard alloys
3.17.
Chemical composition
%
Cu: Rest
7,5 - 8,5
0,01 - 0,4
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,8
67
6,5
11
18,5
115
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.18.
Temper
class
1)
3)
KME 812 - CuNi10Fe1Mn - C70600 - CW352H
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
a
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
( ) only Information
2)
A50
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
R300
min. 300
(100)
20
min. 70
0
0
R320
min. 320
(180)
12
min. 100
0
0
R420
420 - 510
(370)
3
min. 120
0
0,5
R520
520 - 610
(480)
2
min. 150
1
2
R620
min. 620
(590)
-
min. 170
-
-
Chemical composition
(Main com position)
%
Cu: Rest
Ni: 9,0 - 11,0
Fe: 1,0 - 2,0
Mn: 0,5 - 1,0
Physical properties
Density
Density*
g/cm³
g/cm
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
3. Standard alloys
3.18.
8,9
46
4
6,9
17
130
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.19.
Temper
class
R620
C70250 - CuNi3Si
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
A50
min.
min. - max.
min
max
MPa
min.
min
MPa
%
620 - 760
500
10
Hardness Bendability
(reference)
90 °
HV
gw
bw
1) 2)
180 - 240
0
0
R655
655 - 825
585
7
190 - 250
1
1
R690
690 - 860
655
5
220 - 260
1,5
1,5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
2)
Chemical Composition (%)
(Basic Elem ents)
Cu:
min.96,2
Ni:
2
2,2
2-4
4,2
2
Si:
0,25 - 1,2
Mg:
0,05 - 0,30
Other:
Rest
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivityy ***
IACS ((%))
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,8
190
23
40
17,6
130
Other temper classes acc. to special requirements, as well as optimized elongation values and bending radius on request.
Revision: 08/2010
3. Standard alloys
3.19.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.20.
Temper
class
KME 810 - CuSn3Zn9 - CW454K / CuSn2Zn10 - C42500
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MP
MPa
min.
MP
MPa
min.
%
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
Al050
HV
90 °
gw
b
bw
180 °
gw
b
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
( ) only Information
1)
3)
R320
320 - 380
max. 230
80 - 110
0
0
0
0
R380
380 - 430
(200)
16
20
2)
110 - 140
0
0
0,5
1
R430
430 - 520
(330)
6
10
2)
140 - 170
0
0
1
1,5
R510
510 - 600
(430)
3
8
160 - 190
0
1
2
2,5
R580
580 - 690
(520)
-
180 - 210
1
2
25
2,5
4
R660
min. 660
(610)
-
min. 200
-
-
-
-
25
2)
Chemical composition [%]
CuSn3Zn9 - CW454K
Cu: Rest
Sn:
Zn:
Z
Chemical composition [%]
CuSn2Zn10 - C42500
Cu: 87 - 90
Sn: 1,5
15-3
3,0
0
Zn: Rest
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress released qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 08/2009
3. Standard alloys
3.20.
1,5 - 3,5
7,5
7 5 - 10
10,0
0
8,75
120
15
25
18 4
18,4
126
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.21.
Temper
class
C15100 – CuZr
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
2)
Chemical composition %
Cu:
≥ 99,80
Zr:
0,05 - 0,15
Fe+Al+Mn:
≤ 0,01
Physical properties
R280
280 - 310
190
13
80 - 100
0
0
0
0
R300
300 - 360
280
6
95 - 115
0
0
-
-
R320
320 - 390
310
5
100 - 125
-
-
-
-
R360
360 - 430
350
4
120 - 145
-
-
-
-
R400
400 - 450
390
3
125 - 150
-
-
-
-
R440
440 - 490
430
2
min. 135
-
-
-
-
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
3))
Revision: 01/2013
3. Standard alloys
3.21.
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,94
360
55
95
17,6
121
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.22.
Temper
class
C19210 – CuFe0,1P
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
2)
Chemical composition %
Cu:
Rest
Fe:
0,05 - 0,15
P:
Other:
,
- 0,04
,
0,025
max. 0,5
Physical properties
R300
300 - 380
max. 300
10
80 - 110
0
0
0
0
R360
360 - 440
260
3
100 - 130
0
0
-
-
R420
420 - 500
350
2
120 - 150
-
-
-
-
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
3)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc
acc. condition 1/2 of page 5
5.5.2.)
52)
Revision: 01/2014
3. Standard alloys
3.22.
Density*
g/cm³
Th
Thermal
l conductivity*
d ti it *
W/( K)
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
y
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,9
350
50
86
17
125
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.23.
Temper
class
C50715 – CuSn2Fe0,1P
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
2)
R390
390 - 500
290
16
min. 130
0
0
0
0
R510
510 - 600
440
6
min. 165
0
0
0
1
R550
550 - 630
490
5
min. 175
0
0,5
1
1,5
R600
600 - 670
550
3
min. 190
1
1,5
2
2,5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
3)
Revision: 01/2014
3. Standard alloys
3.23.
Chemical composition %
Cu:
Rest
Sn:
1,7 - 2,3
Fe:
P:
Other:
0,05
, - 0,15
,
0,025 - 0,04
max. 0,5
Physical properties
Density*
D
it *
g/cm³
/ ³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
p
** 10 -6 K
Coefficient of thermal expansion
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
8,9
8
9
140
22
38
17,6
121
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
3.24.
Temper
class
C50725 – CuSn2Zn2Fe0,1P
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
2)
R390
390 - 500
290
20
min. 130
0
0
0
Chemical composition %
Rest
Cu:
Sn:
1,5 - 2,5
Zn:
Fe:
P:
Other:
1,5
, - 3,0
,
0,05 - 0,20
0,02 - 0,06
max. 0,5
0
Physical properties
R510
510 - 600
470
6
min. 165
0
0
0
1
R550
550 - 630
510
5
min. 175
0
0,5
1
1,5
R600
600 - 670
575
3
min. 190
1
1,5
2
2,5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
3)
Revision: 01/2014
3. Standard alloys
3.24.
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivityy ***
IACS ((%))
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Val
Value
e for the lo
lowest
est temper class
8,9
150
19
33
17,5
113
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
4.1.
The high performance STOL® alloys
KME brand
name
CEN
ASTM
STOL®30
-
C 44730
Connectors for automotive and electronic parts; cost-effective alternative to bronze. Tensile strength up to 850 MPa. Excellent
bendability combined with highest strength; moderate electrical conductivity at the same level as bronze; excellent resistance
against relaxation; strengthening by age hardening
hardening.
STOL®76
-
C19010
Basic elements for automotive and electrical connectors for high currents and high temperature. Excellent conductivity combined
with high strength and good resistance to relaxation; strengthening by age hardening. STOL®76 is the most important alloy in
our program.
STOL®76M
-
C19002
Upgraded STOL®76. High tensile strength with best bendability and electrical conductivity. Good resistance against relaxation;
strengthening by age hardening
hardening. No peeling at long term-charge
term charge up to 130 °C
C and higher
STOL®76MECO
-
STOL®77
-
C15500*
Medium performance, automotive and soldered terminals. Maximum conductivity combined with medium strength, high thermal and
oxidation stability, typical application fields are junction boxes and terminals.
STOL®78
-
C18665
Automotive, electrical and electronic connectors; for relays; current carrying springs and junction boxes; excellent formability at
medium strength.
Main characteristics
To be used as STOL®76M, but marginally lower electrical conductivity thanks to the higher tin content; alloy with optimised
return-scrap quantity.
Medium performing alloy, the oldest worldwide available special alloy.
STOL®194
CW 107 C
C19400
STOL®80
CW 117
C*
C14410
Low cost special alloy, highest conductivity, preferred for male connectors, junction boxes, pre-tinned a substitution of brass at
nearly the same costs.
STOL®94
-
C70310
Maximum strength combined with good bendability and good electrical conductivity, resistance against relaxation and
electro-chemical migration.
No peeling at long-term charge up to 130 °C. and higher. Partial substitute for beryllium alloys.
STOL®95
CW 106 C
C18400/
C18150
New alloy for high current applications e.g. Hybrid-cars or photovoltaic. The electrical and thermal conductivity is excellent. Due
to the CrZr-precipitations the relaxation properties , even at temperatures up to 200 °C. are excellent (remaining stress
80% / 200°C. / 1000h): As strip (0,2 – 3,0 mm) and round wire (up to 1,0 mm) available.
Revision: 01/2014
4. STOL® alloys
4.1.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
4.2.
Chemical composition
Alloy
Cu %
STOL®30
Ni %
Sn %
Si %
Zn %
67 - 70
0,8 - 1,0
0,5 - 1,0
0,18 - 0,25
Rest
STOL®76
Rest
0,8 – 1,8
STOL®76M
Rest
1,4 – 1,7
0,2 – 0,3
0,2 – 0,35
0,35 – 0,5
max. 0,5
STOL®76MECO
Rest
1,2 – 1,6
0,5 – 1,5
0,2 – 0,35
0,35 – 0,5
max. 0,5
STOL®94
Rest
2,0 – 3,2
0,1 – 0,7
0,3 – 0,9
0,3 – 1,3
max. 0,5
STOL®77
min. 99,3
incl. Ag
0,05 – 0,15
STOL®78
min. 99,0
0,4 – 0,9
STOL®194
Rest
STOL®80
min. 99,90
incl. Ag + Sn
STOL®95
Rest
Revision: 01/2014
Cr %
Fe %
2,1 – 2,6
Mg %
Zr %
max. 0,3
0,15 – 0,35
max. 0,8
max. 0,2
max. 0,1
max. 0,1
0,05 – 0,20
max. 0,2
0,15 – 0,20
0,4 – 1,2
max. 0,1
0,03 – 0,3
4. STOL® alloys
4.2.
Other %
max. 0,2
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
4.3.
Alloy consideration for connectors and electro-mechanical components
Electrical
conductivity
Spring
properties
Relaxation
Softening and
Temperature
resistance
Corrosion
resistance
Bend
formability
Welding,
g
Solderability
Low contact
resistance and
insertion force
Revision: 08/2007
4. STOL® alloys
4.3.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
4.4.
Physical properties
Density *
Coefficient of
thermal conductivity **
Thermal
conductivity *
Electrical
conductivity ***
Electrical
conductivity ***
Modulus of
elasticity *
kg/cm³
10 -6 K
W/(m·K)
MS/m
IACS
GPa
STOL®30
8,5
19,5
110
12
17
120
STOL®76
8,9
16,8
260
29 / 35
50 / 60
135
STOL®76M
89
8,9
16 8
16,8
260
27 / 33
47 / 57
135
STOL®76MECO
8,9
16,8
200
22 / 25
38 / 43
135
STOL®77
8,9
17,7
330
46
79
125
STOL®78
8,8
17,3
270
36
62
130
STOL®80
8,9
17,3
330
44
76
120
STOL®94
8,85
17
185
23 / 25
40 / 43
132
STOL®95
8,9
18
330
50
86
137
STOL®194
89
8,9
16 3
16,3
262
35
60
130
* Reference values at room temperature ** between 20 and 300 °C.
Revision: 01/2014
*** Value for the age hardened / lowest cold rolled worked temper
class
4. STOL® alloys
4.4.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
4.5.
Segmentation of selected alloys
60
Cu-ETP
CuZr
STOL®95
Cu-DLP
Electrical Conductivity (MS/m)
50
CuFe0,1
Cu-DHP
STOL®77
STOL®80
40
STOL®194 STOL®79
STOL®76M
30
STOL®78
STOL®76M (Rm580)
20
C Z 15
CuZn15
STOL®76M (Rm620)
STOL®94 (Rm750)
CuSn2Fe0,1
STOL®94 (Rm800)
C70250 (Rm690)
CuSn2Zn2Fe0,1
CuZn30
CuZn37
CuZn33
10
CuSn3Zn9)
STOL®30 (Rm880)
CuSn4
CuSn6
CuSn8
0
300
400
500
600
700
Rp0,2 (MPa)
Segment 1 = Moderate-Low Strength, High Conductivity
Segment 2 = Moderate Strength,
Strength Improved Conductivity
Segment 3 = Low Conductivity, Moderate Strength
Segment 4 = Medium Conductivity, High Strength
Revision: 01/2014
4. STOL® alloys
4.5.
800
900
1000
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
4.6.1.
Temper
class
annealed
R420
STOL®30 - C44730
ASTM
OS 10
soft
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
430
200
35
115
0
0
0
0
520 - 620
350
15
160
0
0
0
0
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
90 °
180 °
gw
bw
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
HV
Grainsize
cold worked
R520
Chemical composition (%)
Cu
67 - 70
Zn
Rest
Sn
0,5 - 1,0
Ni
0,8 - 1,0
Si
0 18 - 0
0,18
0,25
25
other
max. 0,30
H01
1/4 Hard
R560
H02
1/2 Hard
560 - 660
460
12
170
0
0
0,5
3
R620
H03
3/4 Hard
620 - 720
540
8
180
0,5
1
1,5
3
R680
H04
Hard
680 - 780
620
4
190
1
15
1,5
2
35
3,5
R720
H06
Ex Hard
720 - 820
660
2
200
1,5
2,5
3
5
R760
H08
S i
Spring
760 - 860
700
1
210
2
3
4
7
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
2)
Revision: 01/2014
4. STOL® alloys
4.6.1.
≤ 20 µm
Main characteristics
Connectors for automotive, electrical and
electronical applications.
Contacts for data communication.
Low cost alloy with improved temper and forming
properties.
ti
Very good resistance against relaxation up to 150°C
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
8,5
Thermal conductivity*
conductivity
W/(m·K)
W/(m
K)
110
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
11
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%) 19
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
19,5
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
120
Magnetic permeability
1,00
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest cold worked temper class
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
4.6.2.
Temper
class
annealed
R420
STOL®30 - C44730
ASTM
O80
Aged soft
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
460 - 520
250
40
120
0
0
0
0
540 - 640
460
20
160
0
0
0
0
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
90 °
180 °
gw
bw
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
HV
Grainsize
age hardened
R540S
Chemical composition (%)
Cu
67 - 70
Zn
Rest
Sn
0,5 - 1,0
Ni
0,8 - 1,0
Si
0 18 - 0
0,18
0,25
25
other
max. 0,30
H01M
1/4 Hard
R600S
H02M
1/2 Hard
600 - 700
540
14
170
0
0
0,5
2
R650S
H03M
3/4 Hard
650 - 750
620
10
180
0,5
1
1
3
R690S
H04M
Hard
690 - 790
660
4
190
1
15
1,5
15
1,5
35
3,5
R730S
H06M
Ex Hard
730 - 830
700
2
200
1,5
2,5
2
4
R770S
H08M
S i
Spring
770 - 870
740
1
210
2
3
3
6
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
2)
Revision: 01/2014
4. STOL® alloys
4.6.2.
R575 (H01) - R880 (H12)
≤ 10 µm
Main characteristics
Connectors for automotive, electrical and
electronical applications.
Contacts for data communication.
Low cost alloy with improved temper and forming
properties.
ti
Very good resistance against relaxation up to 150°C
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
8,5
Thermal conductivity*
conductivity
W/(m·K)
W/(m
K)
110
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
12
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%) 21
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
19,5
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
120
Magnetic permeability
1,00
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest cold worked temper class
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
4.7.
Temper
class
STOL®76 - C19010
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
HV
cold w orked
R360
360 - 430
300
12
14 2)
100 - 130
0
0
0
0
R410
410 - 470
360
9
11 2)
125 - 155
0
0
0,5
1
R460
460 - 520
410
7
9 2)
135 - 165
05
0,5
1
15
1,5
3
R520
520 - 580
460
5
7 2)
145 - 175
1
2
2,5
4
580 - 650
520
160 - 210
1
1
3
5
age hardened
R580
9
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
3)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Revision: 01/2013
4. STOL® alloys
4.7.
Chemical composition (%)
Cu:
Rest
Ni:
0,8 - 1,8
Si:
0,15 - 0,35
other:
max. 0,8
Main characteristics
Basic elements for automotive and electrical
connectors for high currents and high
temperature Excellent conductivity combined with
temperature.
high strength and good resistance to relaxation;
strengthening by age hardening. STOL®76
is the most important alloy in our program
Physical properties
D
Density*
it *
g/cm³
/ ³
89
8,9
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K) 260
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
35/29
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%) 60/50
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
16,8
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
135
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest cold worked
temper class 60 IACS
IACS,
for the age hardened temper class 50 IACS
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STOL®76M - C19002
4.8.
Temper
class
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
A50
Hardness
(reference)
value
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
HV
Bendability Bendability
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1)) 2)) 3))
1)) 2)) 3))
cold w orked
R360
360 - 430
300
12
14
2)
100 - 130
0
0
0
Chemical composition (%)
Cu:
Rest
Ni:
1,4 - 1,7
Si:
Sn:
Zn:
Other:
0,2 - 0,35
0,02 - 0,3
0,35
0 35 - 0
0,5
5
max. 0,5
0,5
Main characteristics
R410
410 - 470
360
9
11
2)
125 - 155
0
0,5
0,5
1
R460
460 - 520
410
7
9
2)
135 - 165
0,5
1
1,5
3
R520
520 - 580
460
5
7
2)
145 - 175
1
2
2,5
4
530 - 630
430
150 - 190
0
0
1
2
age hardened
R5304)
14
R580
580 - 660
540
8
170 - 200
1
1
3
5
R 80 S
R580
580
80 - 660
520
20
9
1 0 - 200
170
0
0,5
0
0,5
1
1,5
2
5)
620 - 700
560
7
180 - 210
1
1,5
3
5
R620
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample
p
width = 10 mm / bendability
y for width of smaller samples
p
on request
q
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
4)
Thickness on request 5) Thickness max  0,60 mm
3)
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4. STOL® alloys
4.8.
Upgraded STOL®76.
High tensile with best bendability and electrical
conductivity. Good resistance against relaxation;
strengthening by age hardening. No peeling at long
term-charge up to 130 °C. and higher.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
M d l
Modulus
off elasticity*
l
i i *
GP
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest cold worked
temper class 57 IACS, for the lowest
age hardened temper class 47 IACS
8,9
260
33/27
57/47
16,8
13
135
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4.9.
Temper
class
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
A50
Hardness
(reference)
value
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
HV
Bendability Bendability
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
cold w orked
R360
360 - 430
300
12
14
2)
2)
100 - 130
0
0
0
Chemical composition (%)
Cu:
Rest
Ni:
1,2 - 1,6
Si:
Sn:
Zn:
Other:
0,2 - 0,35
0,5 - 1,5
0,35
0 35 - 0
0,5
5
max. 0,5
0,5
Main characteristics
125 - 155
0
0,5
0,5
1
2)
135 - 165
0,5
1
1,5
3
2)
145 - 175
1
2
2,5
4
R410
410 - 470
360
9
11
R460
460 - 520
410
7
9
R520
520 - 580
460
5
7
Physical properties
age
g hardened
4)
R530
530 - 630
430
14
150 - 190
0
0
1
2
R580
580 - 660
540
8
170 - 200
1
1
3
5
R580 S
580 - 660
520
9
170 - 200
0 5
0,5
0 5
0,5
1 5
1,5
2
5)
620 - 700
560
7
180 - 210
1
1,5
3
5
R620
Upgraded STOL®76M
High tensile strength with best bendability and
electrical conductivity. Good resistance against
relaxation; strengthening by age hardening. No
peeling at long term-charge up to 130 °C. and higher
Optimized recycleability
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
4)
Thickness on request 5) Thickness max  0,60 mm
3)
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4. STOL® alloys
4.9.
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest cold worked
temper class 43 IACS, for the lowest
age hardened temper class 38 IACS
8,9
200
25/22
43/38
16,8
135
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4.10.
Temper
class
STOL®77 - C15500 4)
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
HV
2)
R320
320 - 390
240
13
100 - 125
0
0
0
Chemical composition
%
Cu (incl. Ag): 99,3
Sn:
Mg:
Rest:
0,5
R390
390 - 440
350
8
115 - 135
0
0,5
1
2
R440
440 - 480
400
6
125 - 145
05
0,5
1
2
35
3,5
R480
min. 480
440
5
140 - 160
1
2
3
5
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
C ffi i t off thermal
Coefficient
th
l expansion
i ** 10 -66 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
3)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
Main characteristics
Medium performance
performance, automotive and soldered terminals
terminals.
Maximum conductivity combined with medium strength, high thermal and oxidation stability, junction boxes and terminals.
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4. STOL® alloys
4.10.
max. 0,2
0,05 - 0,15
max. 0,1
8,9
330
46
79
17 7
17,7
125
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4.11.
Temper
class
STOL®78 - C18665
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
HV
R380
380 - 460
330
14
17
2)
R460
460 - 520
410
10
12
2)
R520
520 - 570
460
8
10
2)
R570
570 - 620
500
6
8
2)
175 - 195
2,5
5
3,5
8
min. 620
550
3
4
2)
min. 190
3
6
5
10
R620
4)
115 - 145
0
0
0
0,5
140 - 165
0,5
1
1,5
3
160 - 180
1
25
2,5
2
5
1)
Chemical composition (%)
Cu:
Automotive, electrical and electronic
connectors; for relays; current carrying
springs and junction boxes; excellent
formability at medium strength.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermall conductivity*
Th
d ti it *
W/( K)
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
3)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc
acc. condition 1/2 of page 5
5.5.2.)
52)
4)
thickness max. ≤ 0,50 mm
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4. STOL® alloys
4.11.
min. 99,0
Mg: 0,4 - 0,9
P: 0,002 - 0,04
Main characteristics
8,8
270
36
62
17,3
130
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4.12.
Temper
class
STOL®80 - C14410
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
2)
1)
3)
R250
min. 250
max. 140
20
60 - 85
0
0
0
0
R300
300 - 370
270
10
80 - 110
0
0
0
0
R360
360 - 430
310
7
110 - 130
0
0
0,5
1
R420
420 - 490
370
5
120 - 150
1
1
2
2,5
R460
min. 460
410
4
min. 135
1
1,5
2,5
3
Chemical composition (%)
Cu (incl. Ag+Sn): 99,9
Sn:
0,10 - 0,20
,
Other:
max. 0,10
Main characteristics
Low cost special alloy, highest conductivity,
prefered for male connectors, junction boxes,
and with a pre-tinned surface all scrap material
h a hi
has
higher
h value
l th
than standard
t d d ti
tinned
db
brass.
The total cost for finish products are being
equal to brass made one.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
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4. STOL® alloys
4.12.
8,9
330
44
76
17,3
120
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4.13.
Temper
class
STOL®94 - C70310
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
A50
Hardness
(reference)
value
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
HV
Be ndability Bendability
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
cold w orked
R360
360 - 430
250
14
16
2)
100 - 130
0
0
0
0,5
R410
410 - 470
360
9
12
2)
125 - 155
0
0,5
0,5
1
R460
460 - 520
410
7
10
R520
520 - 580
460
5
8
R580
580 - 650
520
4
6
620 - 720
540
2)
135 - 165
0,5
1
1,5
3
2)
145 - 175
1
2
2,5
3,5
2)
170 - 200
1
2,5
3
5
180 - 240
0
0
1
1,5
age hardened
R620
16
R660
660 - 750
590
10
200 - 250
1
1
1,5
2
R750
750 - 830
680
8
210 - 260
2
2
3
4
R800
> 800
750
5
> 210
2
3
4
5
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
3)
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4. STOL® alloys
4.13.
Chemical composition
%
Cu:
Rest
Ni:
Si:
Sn:
Zn:
Other:
2,0 - 3,2
0,3 - 0,9
0,1 - 0,7
0,3 - 1,3
max. 0,5
Main characteristics
Maximum strength combined with good
bendability and good electrical conductivity,
resistance against relaxation and
electro-chemical migration.
No peeling at long-term charge up to 130 °C.
and higher.
Part substitute for beryllium alloys.
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
8,85
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
185
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
25/23
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%) 43/40
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
17
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
132
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest cold worked
temper class 43 IACS, for the lowest
age hardened temper class 40 IACS
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4.14.
Temper
class
STOL®95 – C18150 / C18400
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
2)
R480
480 - 560
450
8
150 - 190
1,5
1,5
2
2
R540
540 - 630
500
4
160 - 200
2
2
2,5
3
R540S
540 - 620
500
8
160 - 190
1,5
1,5
2
2,5
Chemical composition %
Cu:
Rest
Cr:
0,4 - 1,2
Zr:
0,03
, - 0,3
,
Other:
max. 0,2
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
El t conductivity
Electr.
d ti it ***
MS/
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
1)
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
3)
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request
(scale acc
acc. condition 1/2 of page 5
5.5.2.)
52)
Main characteristics
New alloy for high voltage applications, as Hybrid cars or Photovoltaic
Very high electrical conductivity at excellence relaxation behavior (remaining contact force min. 80 %, at 200 °C./1000h)
As strip (0,2 up to 3,0 mm) and round wire (up to 1,0 mm) available
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4. STOL® alloys
4.14.
8,9
330
50
86
18
137
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4.15.
Temper
class
STOL®194 - C19400
Tensile
strength
Rm
Yield
strength
Rp 0,2
Elongation
min. - max.
MPa
min.
MPa
min.
%
A50
Hardness Bendability Bendability
(reference)
value
HV
90 °
gw
bw
180 °
gw
bw
1) 2) 3)
1) 2) 3)
2)
1)
3)
R300
300 - 360
max. 240
18
80 - 100
0
0
0
0
R360
360 - 430
270
15
110 - 135
0
0
0
0,5
R420
420 - 480
380
10
130 - 150
0,5
0,5
1,0
1,0
R480
480 - 540
430
7
140 - 160
0,5
0,5
1,0
1,5
R520
520 - 580
470
4
min. 140
2,5
3,5
3,0
4,5
Chemical composition
%
Cu:
Rest
Fe:
Zn:
Other:
Physical properties
Density*
g/cm³
Thermal conductivity*
W/(m·K)
Electr. conductivity ***
MS/m
Electr. conductivity ***
IACS (%)
Coefficient of thermal expansion ** 10 -6 K
Modulus of elasticity*
GPa
* Reference values at room temperature
** Between 20 up to 300 °C
*** Value for the lowest temper class
r = x · t (thickness ≤ 0,50 mm) 2) values for stress relieved qualities
sample width = 10 mm / bendability for width of smaller samples on request (scale acc. condition 1/2 of page 5.5.2.)
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4. STOL® alloys
4.15.
2,1
, - 2,6
,
0,05 - 0,2
max. 0,2
8,8
260
35
60
16,3
125
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5.1.1.
Relaxation - test methods and conditions
•
Definition:
– Relaxation sample is deformed elastic (e.g. bended around a tube), causing an initial stress level
(of e.g 50 % Rp0.2).
– After a storage time (e
(e.g.
g 1
1,000
000 h) at elevated temperature (e
(e.g.
g 150 °C)
C) the remaining stress under this
deformation is measured.
– As the stress/ temperature combination leads to a reduction of the dislocation density, the yield strength
of the material drops.
– Percentage of loss compared to initial yield strength is indicated as relaxation.
•
Methods:
– Three point bending test
– Four point bending test
– Tube bending
– Cantilever - bending test (discontinuous / continuous)
•
Test conditions (standard practice):
– Temperature (100 / 125 / 150 / 200 °C)
– Time (50 / 100 / 250 / 500 / 1000 / 3000 h)
– Initial stress (50 or 80 % of yield strength (Rp0,2))
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5. Important material data
5.1.1.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
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5.1.2.
Relaxation – 100 °C. - 200 °C.
Initial stress 0,5 Rp; 1000 h; bad way
100
90
Remaining
g stress %
80
70
STOL®76M R580
60
STOL®78 R520
STOL®94 R750
50
STOL®95 R540
40
KME 540 R630
STOL®30 R600
30
20
10
0
100 °C
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125 °C
150 °C
5. Important material data
5.1.2.
200 °C
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
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5.1.3.
Relaxation - difference initial stress
1000 h; 150° C.; bad way
100
R
Remaining
stress %
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
STOL®76M R580
STOL®78 R570
STOL®94 R750
STOL®95 R540
KME 540 R630
STOL®30 R600
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200 MPa
300 MPa
400 MPa
500 MPa
82
71
75
95
51
63
80
70
71
92
48
60
78
69
69
90
47
58
76
68
68
89
45
55
5. Important material data
5.1.3.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
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5.1.4.
Relaxation - 500 MPa / 1000h
100
90
Remaining stres
ss %
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
200 °C
150 °C
125 °C
STOL®76M R580 STOL®78 R520 STOL®94 R750 STOL®95 R540 KME 540 R610
66
51
38
75
12
76
78
68
89
48
83
88
80
93
89
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5. Important material data
5.1.4.
KME 560 R550 STOL®30 R600 STOL®194 R530
22
32
40
72
50
58
94
72
65
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5.1.5.
Relaxation - short term
100
Initial stress 400 MPa; 150° C.; bad way
Remaining s
R
stress %
90
80
70
60
50
40
STOL®76M R500
STOL®76M R580
STOL®78 R520
STOL®94 R750
STOL®95 R540
KME 540 R610
Revision: 08/2010
25 h
87
89
83
84
95
82
50 h
86
87
81
82
95
78
100 h
85
85
80
80
94
73
5. Important material data
5.1.5.
250 h
83
83
77
76
93
63
500 h
80
81
75
74
92
55
1000 h
78
80
72
70
91
47
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5.1.6.
Relaxation - long term
Initial stress 450 MPa; 150° C.; bad way
100
Remaining stress
s %
90
80
70
60
50
40
STOL®76 R580
STOL®78 R520
STOL®95 R540
Revision: 01/2012
500 h
78
76
93
1000 h
74
72
92
2000 h
72
66
91
5. Important material data
5.1.6.
5000 h
70
64
90
10000 h
68
57
89
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5.2.
Physical data of alloys
Alloys
®
STOL 30
®
STOL 76
®
STOL 76M
®
ECO
STOL 76M
®
STOL 77
®
STOL 78
®
STOL 80
®
STOL 94
®
STOL 95
®
STOL 194
C15100 / CuZr
C19210 / CuFe0,1P
C50715 / CuSn2Fe0,1P
C50725 / CuSn2Zn2Fe0,1P
C70250 / C
CuNi3Si
Ni3Si
KME 540 / CuSn4
KME 550 / CuSn5
KME 560 / CuSn6
KME 580 / CuSn8
KME 810 / C42500
KME 812 / CuNi10Fe1Mn
KME 330 / CuZn30
KME 337 / CuZn37
KME 100 / Cu-ETP
KME 158 / Cu-HCP
KME 159 / Cu-PHC
KME 160 / Cu-DLP
KME 165 / Cu-DHP
KME 169 / Cu-OFE
Density *
Coefficient of
thermal expansion **
Thermal
conductivity*
kg / dm³
8,5
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,85
8,9
8,8
8,94
8,9
8,9
8,9
88
8,8
8,85
8,85
8,8
8,8
8,75
8,9
8,5
8,45
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
10 K
19,5
16,8
16,8
16,8
17,7
17,3
17,3
17
18
16,3
17,6
17
17,6
17,5
17 6
17,6
17,8
18
18,5
18,5
18,4
17
19,7
20,2
17,7
17,7
17,7
17,7
17,6
17,7
-6
W / (m K)
110
260
260
200
330
270
330
185
330
260
360
350
140
150
170
100
96
75
67
120
46
126
121
390
390
385
364
340
394
* Reference values at room temperature ** between 20 and 300 °C.
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Electrical
Electrical
conductivity *** conductivity ***
min.
MS/m
11 / 12
35 / 29
33 / 27
25 / 22
46
36
44
25 / 23
50
35
55
50
22
19
23
10
9
8
6,5
15
4
16
14
58
58
58
52,2
46
58,6
*** Value for the lowest temper / age hardened class
5. Important material data
5.2.
min.
IACS
19 / 21
60 / 50
57 / 47
43 / 38
79
62
76
43 / 40
86
60
95
86
38
33
40
18
15
13
11
25
6,9
28
24
100
100
100
90
79
101
Modulus of
elasticity *
GPa
120
135
135
135
125
130
120
132
137
125
121
125
121
113
130
120
120
118
115
126
130
115
110
127
127
132
132
132
132
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5.3.1.
Softening characteristic at 300 °C
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5. Important material data
5.3.1.
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5.3.2.
Softening characteristic at 500 °C
250
STOL®94 R660
200
STOL®76M R580S
Hardne
ess (HV)
STOL®95 R540
150
STOL®79
STOL®194
100
CuZn10
Cu-ETP
50
0
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0
1 sec
3 sec
5 sec
10 sec
30 sec
1 min
3 min
5 min
10 min
30 min
1h
STOL®79
153
153
153
153
153
153
153
151
135
133
131
125
KME158
101
65
58
54
51
48
44
43
42
STOL®194
153
153
153
151
145
108
103
102
98,5
97,4
94,6
93,3
KME310
131
131
130
128
127
126
88
64
61
STOL®76M
196
196
196
196
194
192
186
181
180
176
174
172
STOL®94
221
217
217
213
210
210
209
209
207
207
206
206
STOL®95
171
171
171
171
171
170
169
166
162
161
160
156
5. Important material data
5.3.2.
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5.4.
Bend fatigue at room temperature
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5. Important material data
5.4.
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5.5.1.
Definition bending axis
90° good way
180° good way
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5. Important material data
5.5.1.
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5.5.2.
Evaluation of bending (based on bending picture gallery)
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5. Important material data
5.5.2.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
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6.1.
Reasons for the hot dip tinning
corrosion and oxidation protection
electrically conducting contact surface
surface appearance
low mating and unmating forces
solderability and soldering substitution
antiseizing property or resistance to abrasion
temperature resistance
cost reduction
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6. Hot dip tinning
6.1.
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6.2.
The coating programme of KME
Strip width (m
mm)
Hot dip tinning acc. DIN EN 13148 (RoHS conform)
Strip thickness
: 0,15 – 1,20 mm (Coating thickness for the strip thickness >1,2 mm on request)
Strip width
: up to 330 mm
Elektroplating
Coatings
: pure tin, tin-silver*, Thermic tin
Hot-dip-tinned coating
Coating thickness : 0,5 - 1,2 µm
400
0,8 - 2,0 µm
330
1,0 - 3,0 µm
2,0 - 5,0 µm
200
4,0 - 10,0 µm
150
10,0 - 20,0 µm
100
* Coating thickness </= 2,0 µm on request
50
Electroplating acc. DIN EN 14436 (RoHS conform)
KME
10
Strip thickness : 0,4 - 2,00 mm
1 50
0 15
0,15
0 80
0,80
1 00 1,50
1,00
Strip width
: up to 170 mm
Strip thickness (mm)
Coatings
: Sn/Cu and Sn/Ni, holohedral, matt, gloss, reflow
Stripe on strip coating
external source
Strip width up to 400 mm with and without reflow
Coatings:: Sn/Cu or Ni /: Ag/Ni or Cu / matt, gloss
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6. Hot dip tinning
6.2.
2 00
2,00
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6.3.
Hot dip tinning facility
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6. Hot dip tinning
6.3.
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6.4.
Hot dip tinning
Two methods
■ by mecanical wiping
■ Hot Air Level Tinning (airjet)
Layers
■ 0,5 – 1,2 µm
■ 0,8
0 8 – 2,0
2 0 µm
■ 1,0 – 3,0 µm
■ 2,0 – 5,0 µm
■ 4,0 – 10,0 µm
■ 10,0 – 20,0 µm
Advantages
lowest mating and unmating forces
reduced mating and unmating forces
standard coating for connectors
good protection against corrosion
good storage and solderability
soldering depot
other coatings on request
Strip thickness: 0,15 mm – 1,20 mm
Strip width: 10 – 330 mm with untinned edges
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6. Hot dip tinning
6.4.
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6.5.
Preferred applications of special tin layers
STOL®Sn11 - thin-prec
reduced mating and unmating forces, reduced fretting corrosion.
IMP:Sn=1:1
STOL®Sn13 - thermic-tin
thermic tin
lowest mating and unmating forces,
forces abrasion resistant.
resistant
IMP=100%
STOL®Sn22 - solder resist
longitudinal zones able to be a barrier by reflowing and SMD
STOL®Sn28M - tin-silver
temperature-application > 130 °C., improved electrical
properties than pure tin, compatible to lead-free plumb bobs.
(IMP = Inter Metallic Phase)
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6. Hot dip tinning
6.5.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
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6.6.
STOL®Sn28M - tin silver
A coating for high requirements
test conditions ( done with strips or according connector standard tests ) microhardness (by Fischerscop)
soldering by dip-test (without aging)
• mating
g and unmating
g force ((Tab: CuSn base material;; Hot Dipped
pp with p
pure tin))
• contact normal force (direct measurement, 10N pre and 7N after stresstest)
• electrical stresstest
> 1. 100 cycles at 6 hours -40° C + 160° C (with voltage)
> 2. 21 days humid heat (without voltage), after same as 1.
• electrical
l t i l Stresstest
St
t t att 30 A
Ampere (d
(derating
ti curve))
• fretting corrosion (length 50 µm, amount of cycles below Rk < 10 Ω)
Microhardness
Soldertest
Mating
g and unmating
g
Electrical stresstest
derating
(30 Amp.)
fretting corrosion
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Pure Tin = Sn10
®
(STOL 194)
low
good
high
g
worse
medium power
dissipation
((Derating)
g)
little
SnAg
g = Sn28M
®
(STOL 76)
high
very good
up
p to 50 % less
very good
reduced power
dissipation
((Derating)
g)
multiple better
6. Hot dip tinning
6.6.
100 % IMP = Sn13
®
(STOL 76)
very high
worse
p to 60 % less
up
good
medium power
dissipation
((Derating)
g)
leicht besser
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6.7.
Properties caused by the layer
Requirements
STOL®Sn11
thin-prec
0,5 - 1,2 µm
STOL®Sn10
pure tin
0,8 - 2,0 µm
STOL®Sn10
pure tin
1 - 3 µm
STOL®Sn10
pure tin
2 - 5 µm
STOL®Sn10
pure tin
4 - 10 µm
STOL®Sn28M
tin-silver
1 - 3 µm
STOL®Sn13
thermic-tin
0,8 - 1,5 µm
STOL®Sn14
2 - 5 µm
micro hardness
high
2
2-3
2
3
3
3-4
3
4
4
2
1
3
reduction mating and
unmating forces
low
1-2
2
2-3
3
4
2
1
2
number of mating
high
3
3
3
2-3
2
2-3
1
2
abrasion
low
2
2
2-3
3
4
2
1
2-3
coefficient of friction
low
2
2-3
2-3
3
3-4
3
1
2-3
fretting corrosion
low
2-3
2-3
2-3
3
4
2
2
3
bendability
small radius
3
23
2-3
23
2-3
2
2
2
4
3
contact resistance
minimum
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1-2
1-2
1
2
3
2
corrosion resistance
whisker resistance
none
2
2
2
2
23
2-3
1
2
2
solderability
good
3
3
2-3
2
1
2
4
3
softening resistance
high
2-3
3
3
3-4
4
2
1
3
1= very good 2 = good 3 = suitable 4 = less suitable
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6. Hot dip tinning
6.7.
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
7.1.
The normal force and her influence factor
Influence through the normal force
-
fretting force
mating and unmating force
contact spring force
fixing force in the plastic box
contact spring force
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Influence the normal force
-
number of matings
initial stress
spring deflection
scragging
relaxation
7. Principle characteristics for Connector-Design
7.1.
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8.1.
Selection of alloys and layers
Requirement
Property
Proposal
Strength
g and
high contact force
Tensile Strength
g and
Modulus of Elasticity
STOL 76M, STOL 78, STOL 94
STOL®95, KME 560, KME 580
To maintain a low
contact resistance
Relaxation and
Corrosion resistance
Werksvergütete Qualitäten von
®
®
®
STOL 76M, STOL 94, STOL 95
To form the parts
Bendability
STOL 76M,, STOL 78,, STOL 94,,
KME560, KME580
To avoid heat
Electrical Conductivity
STOL 77, STOL 78, STOL 80,
®
STOL 95
To dissipate heat
Thermal Conductivity
STOL 77, STOL 78, STOL 80,
®
STOL 95
To withstand heat
Softening Temperature
STOL 76M, STOL 94, STOL 95
Low insertion force and wear
Thinner layers, harder tin
STOL Sn11, STOL Sn13, STOL Sn28M
High temperature use
Thermal stability
STOL Sn13, STOL Sn28M
To solder the tails
Solderability
STOL Sn28M
Base material:
®
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®
®
®
®
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Surfaces:
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8. Summary
8.1.
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8.2.
Selection of alloys and layers
flexible and reliable partner;
ISO 9001 + ISO/TS 16949 certified
deep manufacturing programme
new international homologated alloys
modern and efficient tinning lines
technical assistance for alloys, coatings and processing's
international sales network and activities
service centre for stamped products
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8. Summary
8.2.
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Editorial:
KME Germany GmbH & Co. KG
Klosterstraße 29, D-49074 Osnabrück
Josef Mommertz - (49) 173 - 56 69 314 - [email protected]
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KMD Connectors Stolberg GmbH
Frankentalstraße 5, D-52222 Stolberg
Albert Rumbach - (49) 2402 - 105 - 351 - [email protected]
albert [email protected] com
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stated in our brochure can not be guaranteed
guaranteed.
We reserve the right to update or amend our products, without prior notification.
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