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ST-1200 Line Size 4 Receptacles - Slip-on

The 1219-L Receptacle is installed by slipping it over the edge of the support material and allowing it to snap into a single round hole. Support preparation and installation costs are very low, yet the 1219-L offers performance equal to aircraft-type riveted receptacles of equal size.

Slip-On Receptacle Picture

Click here for the Engineering Drawing
1219-L4 Revision C

Slip-On Receptacle Dimension Drawing
Technical Information

Locked Service Tension: 30 lb
Max. Load without Distortion: 60 lb
Rated Shear Strength: 150 lb
Wear Life: 5000 Cycles

Materials:
Clip: Carbon spring steel, heat treated
Spring Plate: mild steel
S-Spring: spring-temper music wire

Finish:

Zinc Trivalent Clear .0003 thick. Trivalent Chromate Clear with Sealer (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, Type III, SC 2, Clear
Suffix: -Z3CT

Notes:

  1. Extra receptacle float: Panel misalignment can be tolerated by increasing the support hole to .703" (17.86 mm) and decreasing the hole center to edge distance to .450" (11.43 mm).
  2. The clip face causes a .020" (.51 mm) gap between panel and support. This gap is assumed in the fastener selection table and it should not be included when calculating "Total Thickness." Stud retainers enter clip and do not add to gap.
  3. With stud locked to receptacle, S-spring deflection should be .024 to .050 in. (.61 to 1.27 mm).

Stud/Receptacle Selection:

The selection table on the receptacle page shows the correct receptacle part number and stud length, based on thickness of materials being fastened. Panel Thickness and Support Thickness, as shown, are required to use the SL Selection table.

Once stud length is determined, a complete stud part number can be derived from the specifications for the receptacles.

Use the Support Thickness column to select the proper receptacle variation to accommodate the support thickness.

Slip On Receptacle Installation Drawing
Part No. Support Thickness A B Z min.
inch mm inch mm inch
± .010
mm
± .25
inch mm
1219-L4-280-Z3CT .036-.128 .91-3.25 .280 7.11 .260 6.60 .400 10.16
1219-L4-305-Z3CT .036-.128 .91-3.25 .305 7.75 .285 7.24 .430 10.92

Stud Grip 1219-L4-280-Z3CT 1219-L4-305-Z3CT
inch mm inch mm
30 .046-.070 1.17-1.78 --- ---
35 .096-.120 2.44-3.05 .071-.095 1.80-2.41
40 .146-.170 3.71-4.32 .121-.145 3.07-3.68
45 .196-.220 4.98-5.59 .171-.195 4.34-4.95
50 .246-.270 6.25-6.86 .221-.245 5.61-6.25
55 .296-.320 7.52-8.13 .271-.295 6.88-7.49
60 .346-.370 8.79-9.40 .321-.345 8.15-8.76
65 .396-.420 10.06-10.67 .371-.395 9.42-10.03
70 .446-.470 11.33-11.94 .421-.445 10.69-11.30
75 .496-.520 12.60-13.21 .471-.495 11.96-12.57
80 .546-.570 13.87-14.48 .521-.545 13.23-13.84
85 .596-.620 15.14-15.75 .571-.595 14.50-15.11
90 .646-.670 16.41-17.02 .621-.645 15.77-16.38
95 .696-.720 17.68-18.29 .671-.695 17.04-17.65
100 .746-.770 18.95-19.56 .721-.745 18.31-18.92
105 .796-.820 20.22-20.83 .771-.795 19.58-20.19
110 .846-.870 21.49-22.10 .821-.845 20.85-21.46
115 .896-.920 22.76-23.37 .871-.895 22.12-22.73
120 .946-.970 24.03-24.64 .921-.945 23.39-24.00

Note: When our existing supply of Cadmium plated parts is exhausted, DFCI Solutions, Inc will no longer offer Cadmium plating as an option.

In place of the Cadmium plating, we recommend:

Clear: Zinc Trivalent Clear .0003 thick. Trivalent Chromate Clear with Sealer (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, Type III, SC 2, Clear
Suffix: -Z3CT

Black: Zinc Trivalent Black .0003 thick. Trivalent Chromate Black Dye with Sealer (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, Type II, SC 2, Black
Suffix: -Z3BT

Yellow: Zinc Trivalent Yellow .0003 thick, Trivalent Chromate Yellow Dye with Sealer

We recommend the Z3CT finish instead of the Z3YT finish. The Z3CT finish is much more cost effective and provides the same salt spray benefits as the Z3YT finish. (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, Type II, SC 2, Yellow
Suffix: -Z3YT

The colored finishes offer no advantage over the clear other than the color, and they are more expensive.