|Designer||Berg Electronics Corporation|
A Berg connector is a brand of electrical connector used in computer hardware. Berg connectors are manufactured by Berg Electronics Corporation of St. Louis, Missouri, a division of Framatome Connectors International.
Berg connectors have a 2.54 mm (=.100 inch) pitch, pins are square (0.64 mm x 0.64 mm = approx. 0.025 x 0.025 inch), and usually come as single or double row connectors.
Many types of Berg connectors exist. Some of the more familiar ones used in IBM PC compatibles are:
- the 4-pin polarized Berg connectors used to connect 3.5-inch floppy disk drive units to the power supply unit, usually referred to as simply a "floppy power connector", but often also referred to as SP4.
- the 2-pin Berg connectors used to connect the front panel lights, turbo switch, and reset button to the motherboard, and
- the 2-pin Berg connectors used as jumpers for motherboard configuration.
- Electrical connector
- DC connector
- Insulation-displacement connector (IDC)
- JST connector
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- Pin header connector
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