Harwin Archer Kontrol Board-to-Board Connectors | New Product BriefMay 07, 2018 by Mouser Electronics
Harwin’s Archer Kontrol series is durable, robust, and compact board-to-board connectors that provide designers flexibility and reliability in industrial, handheld, and transportation systems.
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Harwin Archer Kontrol Board-to-Board Connectors
Harwin’s Archer Kontrol series is durable, robust, and compact board-to-board connectors that provide designers flexibility and reliability in industrial, handheld, and transportation systems. The 1.27 mm pitch Kontrol series are fully shrouded and polarized, making them ideal for blind mating and increasing resilience to lateral and twisting forces experienced in high vibration environments. The connectors are available in male and female vertical or horizontal surface mount options with various stacking heights and up to 80 pins. They’re packaged in tape and reel for use in automated assembly and have location pegs to improve placement during assembly, while solder tabs provide PCB strain relief to further enhance reliability. The Archer Kontrol series is rated for 1.2 A per contact, 500 mating cycles, and has a wide operating temperature range.
- Fully shrouded and polarized
- Male and female, vertical or horizontal, up to 80 pins
- Available in a variety of stacking heights
- Current Rating: 1.2 A per contact
- Mating durability: 500 operations minimum
- Operating Temperature: -55°C to +125°C
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