Harwin Archer Kontrol M55 1.27mm Pitch Connectors | Featured Product Spotlight
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Harwin Archer Kontrol M55 1.27mm Pitch Connectors
Harwin’s Archer Kontrol – 1.27mm Pitch Connectors offer increased reliability for industrial applications.
The – 1.27 mm pitch connectors are capable of achieving 1.2 amps per contact and can carry a data rate of up to 3 gigabits per second.
These connectors feature a wide operating temperature from -55°C to +125°C with a mating durability of at least 500 cycles.
The robust and flexible 1.27mm pitch connectors offer designers increased reliability. Archer Kontrol connectors are available in horizontal, vertical, and IDC cable assembly configurations with pin contacts ranging from 12 to 80.
Different height options for vertical models are also available in both male and female styles. IDC cable assemblies are available in 150mm or 300mm lengths.
The fully shrouded and polarized connectors can assist with blind mating and withstand lateral and twisting forces suffered under vibration. The location pegs improve placement location before and during soldering while the solder tabs offer PCB strain relief.
The surface mount design is packaged on tape and reel and is ready for factory automation.
The – 1.27mm Pitch Connectors are ideal for handheld equipment such as portable monitoring equipment, transportation, and for industrial equipment such as production line controls and drive units.
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