Non-magnetic D-subminiature connectors introduced by CONEC for mission-critical apps

GARNER, N.C., 12 Feb. 2013. CONEC GmbH in Garner, N.C., is introducing a series of non-magnetic combination D-subminiature connectors for mission-critical applications like advanced medical imaging equipment.

These combination D-subminiature interconnect technology exhibit a low relative magnetism because they replace the major conventional magnetic components that could interfere with the magnetic flux of medical imaging systems, such MRI machines.

Composed of copper alloy shells, tin-plated brass hardware components like screws or threaded rivets, and diecast zinc brackets, the non-magnetic combination D-sub connectors can include signal, high power, or coaxial contacts.

The advanced non-magnetic combination D-subminiature connectors are available in 21 standard pin configurations, as well as in custom arrangements.

Available with 4-40 UNC or threaded inserts, the non-magnetic combination D-subminiature connectors feature power rating from 10 to 40 amps and a temperature range of -40 to 105 degrees Celsius. The coax contacts are available in 50 or 75 Ohm versions.

The combination D-subminiature connectors are RoHS and REACH compliant, and available in shell sizes one through five. For more information contact CONEC online at www.conec.com.

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