HARWIN Datamate Mix-Tek Mixed-Technology Connectors | New Product BriefNovember 25, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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HARWIN Datamate Mix-Tek Mixed-Technology Connectors
Harwin Datamate Mix-Tek Connectors provide signal, coax, and power contacts in a high-performance connector designed for the most extreme conditions. Mix-Tek connectors accept 2mm pitch signal contacts and 4mm pitch power and coax contacts, with thousands of off-the-shelf combinations available.
Signal contacts are rated for up to 3A while power contacts are available with 20A or 40A current ratings, and the 50Ω coax contacts can handle signals up to 6GHz. The beryllium copper contacts support operation at up to 125°C. Datamate Mix-Tek connectors feature stainless steel jackscrews to meet demanding vibration, shock, and strain relief requirements, with standard or reverse fixing options for application flexibility.
They’re also offered with the 101Lok fast mating bayonet fixing for quick mating and unmating.
- 2mm pitch (signal) and 4mm pitch (power/coax)
- Thousands of combinations
- Power/coax only housing with up to 10 positions
- Contact current capacities:
- Signal: 3A
- Power: 20A
- High Power: 40A
- Coax contacts:
- Impedance: 50Ω
- Frequency range: 6GHz
- Operating temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
- Stainless steel jackscrews to meet demanding shock/vibration requirements
- 101Lok option: fast mating bayonet fixing for simple and speedy mating and unmating
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