Harwin M225 Industrial Connectors | Tech SpecsMarch 22, 2019 by TTI, Inc
Harwin’s M225 series of 2mm pitch high-performance connectors are designed for automated crimping to reduce installation costs and offer a reliable connection under high levels of shock.
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Harwin M225 High Performance Industrial Connectors
Harwin’s M225 series of 2mm pitch high-performance connectors have a triangular female crimp contact that provides three points of contact to the male pin, ensuring a reliable connection under high levels of shock and vibration. They’re also designed for automated crimping to reduce installation costs.
Contacts are rated for up to 3.3A each and have a low 25mΩ contact resistance. Male and female connectors are fully shrouded, polarized, and constructed from glass-reinforced PPS for robust, long operational life. Once mated, the M225 series can be secured by pushing a fixing pin into the rubber collar on the female connector, which expands and locks into the male connector. The connectors are rated for operation from -55°C to +125°C and are available with 10 to 50 positions.
- Female crimp contact with 3 points of contact for shock and vibration resistance.
- Withstands 10G vibration for 6 hours.
- Contacts: up to 3.3A each (3.0A all contacts simultaneously).
- Housing: fully shrouded and polarized, glass-reinforced PPS (polyphenylene sulfide).
- Operating temperature: -55°C to +125°C.
- Positions: 10, 20, 26, 34, or 50.
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