Molex MultiCat Mid-Power Connectors | New Product Brief
These lightweight and compact connectors are ideal for wire-to-wire and wire-to-board applications.
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Molex MultiCat Mid-Power Connectors
Molex MultiCat Mid-Power Connectors are lightweight and compact for wire-to-wire and wire-to-board applications.
These connectors feature precision machined contacts with a large mating surface, providing low contact resistance and a current rating of 6.5A per contact. The contacts are rated for 500 mating cycles and resistant to damage in blind-mate application.
Connectors are available with 8 or 20 positions and have 2 keying options, 2 housing color options, and polarization incorporated in the latch to ensure correct assembly. The housings also feature connector position assurance which will only actuate with fully mated connectors, and a two-piece hermaphroditic backshell securing the cable and provides strain relief while allowing for quick mating and unmating.
- Precision machined contacts
- Contact resistance: 10mΩ
- Current rating: 6.5A per contact
- Solid mass contact
- Durability: 500 mating cycles
- Resists blind-mate damage
- 8-circuit and 20-circuit connectors available
- 2 keying options, 2 housing colors, and polarization in the latch ensure correct assembly
- Connector Position Assurance
- Only actuates when fully mated
- Prevents latch disengagement
- Two-piece hermaphroditic backshell
- Secures cable, provides strain relief
- Allows quick mating and unmating
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