Power/signal connectors

  • 18-Feb-2013 04:05 EST

Positronic Industries has added an 8.20-mm low-profile version to its Scorpion power/signal connector series. The connector is unique for three key reasons: its modular tool design allows for many customer-defined contact arrangements; the molding process yields a one-piece insulator; and the customer can define the connector width as long as the maximum envelope of 101.00 mm is not exceeded. Customers can achieve optimum size, weight, and power by configuring a power/signal connector from a wide selection of modules. In the low-profile version, module options include contacts of size 12, 20, and 22, as well as blanks/spacers. Contacts are rated up to 55 A for size 12, 12 A for size 20, and 3 A for size 22.

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