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Montreal, QC, May 15, 2014 – HARTING has unveiled its new har-flexicon® series of discrete wire-to-board connectors and terminal blocks that deliver greater PCB performance and density with robust connectivity.

These miniature components offer design and manufacturing flexibility, whatever the termination technology, that make possible a lower all-in cost of the PCB. These har-flexicon® SMT (Surface Mount Termination) components for pluggable single conductor wiring of I/O signals are available in two main pitch categories:

1) traditional 3.5 mm–5.08 mm sizes: These have standard contact spacing and screw or push-in (spring cage) wire termination and SMC (Surface Mount Compatible) termination to the board.

The device side connectors can be directly wired to create a horizontal or vertical terminal block with high vibration and shock resistance. If high current is required, the 5.08 mm size is rated up to 17.5A for the terminal block and 15A for the two-piece connector;

2) 1.27 mm and 2.54 mm sizes: These fill the evolving niche for finer pitch. The 1.27 mm with IDC – a simple, fast, reliable tool-free termination for single wires – caters to the radical miniaturization of PCB termination. The 2.54 mm size includes a connector and terminal blocks with 2-12 contacts and push-in termination as well as a positive latching system between male and female components.

Both 1.27 and 2.54 sizes are full SMT design and include a robust hold down to assure secure fixing to the board, a primary concern for the designer specifying SMT connectors.

The SMC (through hole) termination connectors come in a box with dry bag (MSL 2a) while the full SMT connectors are delivered in tape and reel packaging (MSL 1). For automated assembly, PCB makers can place and reflow har-flexicon® device side components along with all other board components – capacitors, resistors, integrated circuits, etc. – in a single SMT or SMD production run as opposed to separate steps using reflow and wave solder processes.

About HARTING

The HARTING Technology Group, privately owned and based in Germany, employs approximately 3,800 people globally with subsidiaries and branch offices in 40 countries. With production facilities in Europe, Asia and the United States, the HARTING portfolio of connectivity solutions focuses on multiple levels, from the machine to the device and into the communication infrastructure.

The US plant in Elgin, Illinois is one of three HARTING locations that manufactures the HIS product line (HARTING Integrated Solutions/backplanes) and custom cable assemblies. The company’s core business is intelligent and high-performance connection technology. HARTING works in almost all industrial markets with a focus on requirements for robust, reliable connectivity solutions. 

Media Contacts:        

Christina Chatfield                                                                       

Marketing Communications Manager                                

HARTING North America                                                                                             

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+1 (847) 717-9217                                                                                         

christina.chatfield@HARTING.com

www.HARTING.ca

Martin Wendland

PR Toolbox Inc.

126 Neville Park Boulevard

Toronto, ON M4E 3P8, ON, Canada

+1 (416) 830-8797

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Montreal, QC, May 15, 2014 – HARTING has unveiled its new har-flexicon® series of discrete wire-to-board conne... Read more

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