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Harwin Archer Kontrol Series

Harwin's Archer Kontrol series connectors are designed to work in industrial applications.

The connectors are 0.05”, or 1.27 millimeter, pitch surface mount connectors with SMT solder tabs for added PCB strain relief, and location pegs for accurate placement during soldering. The connectors are also fully shrouded and polarized to aid in assembly and provide enhanced resistance to both lateral and twisting forces from equipment handling and vibration. They are available in vertical and right angle versions from 12 to 80 pins, with various stacking heights available in each configuration, supporting, for example, board stacking heights from 8 to 20 millimeters.

Besides standing up to a mechanical beating, the connectors are rated at 1.2 A per contact, a minimum of 500 mating operations, and can be used in a range from -55° to 125° Celsius, making them ideal for everything from factory equipment to roadside monitoring and large vehicle control systems.

  • 1.27 mm (0.05”) pitch surface mount board-to-board connectors
  • SMT solder tabs for additional retention and strain relief
  • Fully shrouded and polarized for easier assembly and resistance to lateral and twisting forces
  • Male and female, vertical and right angle, 12 to 80 pins
  • Minimum 500 cycle mating operations durability
  • -55°C to +125°C temperature range

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