I'm designing an electrical component into a CAD from the manufacturer drawing. The version I'm interested to is the code 106166-1 (6 positions, last entry in the table).
I'm not sure to understand the drawing about the following dimensions:
- overall width of the connector
- distance between any row of pins and the case
Width of the connector I see two different ways to calculate it:
- D * 2 + 0.240'' = 0.452''
- C + 0.040'' * 2 = 0.412''
But as you can see they are different values. And I don't understand what does "3 places" mean (under 0.040'', on the right of C ref).
Distance between rows and the case I can't see any actual measure of this. Only observing the drawing it seems the inner row is placed adjacent to the case, hence the center of the pins should be at diameter / 2 (0.015'' / 2) from the case.
Would you please help me to understand the right approach to find those values?