Connectors for antenna contacts in wearable and mobile applications introduced by Harwin

SALEM, N.H., 10 Dec. 2015. Harwin in Salem, N.H., is introducing the Spring Contact connectors for antenna contacts in wearable and mobile applications, RFI screening, LED lamp connections, RF ID tags, vision systems, circuit board grounding, and board-to-board contact.

Dec 10th, 2015
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

SALEM, N.H., 10 Dec. 2015. Harwin in Salem, N.H., is introducing the Spring Contact connectors for antenna contacts in wearable and mobile applications, RFI screening, LED lamp connections, RF ID tags, vision systems, circuit board grounding, and board-to-board contact.

Harwin is offering 13 new models of the interconnect technology, including extended C and Positive Stop models in nine different heights, ranging from 4.5 millimeters down to low profile designs 1.1 millimeters above board level, enabling designers to make smaller, lighter, low-profile circuit board designs.

Harwin Spring Contact interconnects maintain a positive force against a mating surface and are available in different widths to offer a choice of spring contact forces. Tolerant to significant mating misalignment, the new design incorporates positive stop to prevent damage caused by over compression.

A contact anti hook up feature is a further benefit. Specifications include gold-plated contacts and current rating up to 1.0 amps. Reliable and durable, Harwin Spring Contacts can withstand as many as 10,000 mating cycles and operate over a temperature range of -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.

Related: Quick-turnaround sample service on board-to-board and cable-to-board connectors offered by Harwin

Supplied on tape and reel, the Spring Contact Connector range enables low-cost assembly with automatic pick and place machines. For more information contact Harwin online at www.harwin.com.

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