High-density connectors

  • 30-Mar-2011 03:01 EDT

Positronic’s PosiBand high-density rectangular connectors conform to MIL-C-28748 and MIL-DTL-28748, with size 22 contacts in configurations from four to 104 contacts. The units are more robust than legacy split-tine female contacts, which can be pried open, resulting in reduced normal force and degradation of electrical performance. The series of closed-entry female contacts provides a low contact resistance of 0.004 ohms while offering higher current ratings (e.g., 12 A, two contacts energized; and 5 A, 104 contacts energized). Crimp termination contacts require no annealing of the crimp barrels, eliminating unintentional heat treating of the mating end. The design has received SAE AS39029 qualification.

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