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61112568 CONNECTOR Quist Electronics SUMITOMO WIRING SYSTEMS INC Not Provided 4500 PC MIN/MULT
61872177 CONNECTOR Quist Electronics SUMITOMO WIRING SYSTEMS INC Not Provided 2000 PC MIN/MULT
61890187 CONNECTOR Quist Electronics SUMITOMO WIRING SYSTEMS INC Not Provided 1200 PC MIN/MULT
5-104074-2 Heilind Electronics, Inc. TE CONNECTIVITY Connector 05 SYSTEM 50 HDR SRRA SHRD SN
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  • Power Connector Overload Test Has Practical Uses For AdvancedTCA Zone 1 Connectors (.pdf)
    When analyzing the capabilities of power connectors, users are familiar with creepage and clearance distances, voltage ratings, contact resistance, current ratings based on continuous operation, and performance values. However, a less familiar consideration is the current overload capability.
  • Connectors
    The connectors of this series possess a robust, dull chrome-plated brass housing. With its elastically mounted and gold-plated contacts, the connector system is also suitable for low currents and voltages. A wide range of different pole configurations offer a wide variety of applications from
  • Connectors
    Connectors are divided into four categories based on operating environments: commercial, industrial, military, and hermetic. In commercial applications, outside temperatures and atmospheric conditions are the least critical. Connectors merely maintain electrical continuity, allowing low-cost
  • Modular Connectors and RJ Connectors
    Modular connectors and registered jack (RJ) connectors are similar, yet distinct types of connectors. Modular connectors and RJ connectors are plug-in units used in many networking and telecommunications applications. In general, equipments are said to be modular when they made of plug-in units
  • PCB Connectors
    Most printed-board connectors are either a one-piece receptacle or a two-piece plug and jack. With receptacle (edge) connectors, the printed-circuit board foils extend to an edge of the board and are mounted into the connector receptacle. With two-piece connectors, the connector jack is soldered
  • DIN Connectors
    DIN connectors are high frequency, multi-pin, electrical connectors that meet standards established by Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN), a German national organization for standardization. The ends of DIN connectors are round, notched, and protected by a metal skirt to ensure that pins line up
  • RCAM Connectors
    RCAM is the most common audio connector; it is used for every sort of analog input and output. These connectors come in color-coded pairs (usually red for right and black or white for left). RCAM connectors are also used for composite-video (coded yellow) and coaxial digital audio cables. "Coaxial
  • BNC Connectors
    Bayonet Neil-Concelman (BNC) connectors were designed for military applications, but are used widely in video and RF applications to 2 GHz. BNC connectors have a slotted outer conductor and a plastic dielectric that causes increasing losses at higher frequencies. BNC connectors are usable above 4
  • Coaxial Connectors
    CeramTec coaxial connectors consist of two concentric conductors: a central conductor surrounded by and insulated from a second tubular conductor.
  • DB25 Connectors
    DB25 connectors have 25 pins and can be used in a wide variety of electronics applications. Traditionally, these connectors were used with RS232 and RS423 serial connections, and with the parallel connection on IBM printers. In addition to their applications with computers, DB25 connectors can

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