Stackable connection system

  • 01-Feb-2012 04:44 EST
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The Stac64 stackable connection system from Molex has been validated against specifications from various OEMs worldwide and new patents have been awarded for the Stac64 design. Originally created as a standard product system based on USCAR-2 Class II mechanical and electrical performance characteristics for unsealed connector applications, the Stac64 design has secured patents relating to the stackable header. The Stac64 system offers OEMs improved design flexibility to support both low-level signal requirements as well as power applications upward of 30.0 A and allows manufacturers to use header assemblies as stand-alone components or to gang multiple headers together to support a large range of signal and power needs for devices and modules.

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