14-circuit hybrid connection

  • 24-Sep-2013 08:01 EDT
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As an expansion of its Stac64 product family, Molex Inc. offers the 14-circuit hybrid connection system designed to meet the increasing terminal requirements for expanding in-vehicle functionality in automotive and commercial vehicles. The Stac64 hybrid system is comprised of a 14-circuit hybrid receptacle connector and both 14-circuit vertical and right-angle headers. Typical applications include in-car entertainment systems, interior lighting and navigation, power seat and door zone modules, and instrument panel clusters. According to the company, the 14-circuit Stac64 hybrid system is available in all three USCAR color codings, which solves common OEM body- and assembly-polarization issues. The Stac64 stackable connection system allows OEMs greater design flexibility to support both low-level signal requirements as well as power applications upwards of 30.0 A. 

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