TE Connectivity Dynamic Series | Tech Specsone year ago by TTI, Inc
If you’re like me, you’re always dealing with evolving design requirements.
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TE Connectivity Dynamic Series
If you’re like me, you’re always dealing with evolving design requirements. Managers like to call this “being dynamic”. To help you with these “dynamic” managers, TE Connectivity offers the Dynamic Series of cable-to-board, cable-to-panel, and cable-to-cable connectors, ranging from low-level signals to high-power connectivity, all based on a set of diverse, robust housings and high-quality box contacts. The contacts are standardized to reduce the amount of application tooling and have a large contact area and three points of contact to reduce maintenance caused by contact failures. The long contacts and housing retention legs provide high resistance to vibration in industrial equipment, and the housings offer various keying options and an audible click to help ensure proper mating during assembly and maintenance. Housing options are diverse, including different series and options to address requirements such as voltage and current, pin count, durability, and form factor, with combinations available for nearly any requirement.
- Ratings up to 630 V/65 A
- Standardized box contacts reduce amount of application tooling
- Large, high conductivity contacts with three points of contact
- Vibration resistant, full box housing design
- 6 keying options, positive audible mating click ensure correct mating
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