Harting male connectors are compact and ruggedMay 6, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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The density of electronics is rising dynamically and calls for increasingly miniaturized components, especially in control and automation technology. At the same time, industrial clients prefer process-secure, rugged components for PCBs that are being increasingly downsized. This trend is resulting in the need to use smaller and smaller connectors.
Harting has the ideal solution.
The global leader in connectivity solutions now offers male connectors with the new 3Q and 3R designs in the DIN 41612 portfolio. The compact male connectors are ideal for use with mezzanine and cable to circuit board applications together with type 3B and 3C female connectors.
The new connectors are available for soldering technology, SMC (Surface Mount Compatible) or press-in technology. The connectors each offer 20 or 30 contacts in a compact 2.54-mm grid space, and can handle currents of up to two amps per contact. The connectors are tested in accordance with IEC 60603-2.
The versions made of high-temperature material (SMC) are particularly suitable for processing in the reflow soldering process. The male connectors without flange offer space-saving advantages. The connectors retain the proven robustness of the DIN 41612 connector.
In addition to the standard versions, Harting offers customized loading configurations.
The Harting Technology Group is family owned and based in Germany. The company employs more than 4,000 people globally, with subsidiaries and branch offices in 40 countries — including a Canadian office in Saint-Laurent, Que. The Harting portfolio of connectivity solutions focuses on multiple levels, from the machine to the device and into the communication infrastructure.