Harwin M300 3.00mm Power Connectors | New Product BriefJuly 16, 2018 by Mouser Electronics
Harwin’s M300 series are compact, extremely durable power connectors for robotics, defense, aviation, UAVs, space, and oil and gas applications in harsh environments.
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Harwin M300 3.00mm Power Connectors
Harwin’s M300 series are compact, extremely durable power connectors for robotics, defense, aviation, UAVs, space, and oil and gas applications in harsh environments. The M300 series offers a 3 mm pitch and can handle up to 10 A per contact, with up to 10 positions per connector for wire to wire and wire to board connections. The female contacts are gold-plated, four-fingered beryllium copper contacts that provide excellent electrical and mechanical performance, durability up to 1000 mating cycles, and high corrosion resistance. Mechanical reliability is further enhanced with available jackscrews and a potting wall for additional strain relief, with connectors able to withstand extreme shock and vibration. The Nylon 4T housing material has a low outgassing index, and the connectors are rated for operation from -65°C to +175°C.
- Current: 10 A per contact, all contacts electrically loaded
- Positions: 3-contact single row, 6- and 10-contact double row
- Durability: 1000 mating cycles
- Secure stainless steel jackscrew system
- Housing: Nylon 4T plastic, low outgassing index
- Operating temperature: -65°C to +175°C
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