Compact connectors

  • 04-Jan-2010 11:54 EST
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The Deutsch Industrial Micro Connect (IMC) Series from Ladd Industries consists of unsealed, high-pin-density, small-wire-gauge connectors designed for improved performance and critical applications. The compact connectors are available in two shell sizes and in seven pin arrangements covering wire gauges from 16 to 26 awg. Though not environmentally sealed, IMC Series connectors are sealed to IP67 with adhesive and back fittings. Receptacles can be used inline or are available with an integral flange for mounting. Gold-plated contacts make the connectors suitable for low-voltage and data-transmission applications, while gold pins are available in extended lengths for use in printed circuit board applications. IMC connectors meet flammability requirements and are currently being used in diagnostic equipment, industrial sensors, and test equipment applications.

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