Connectors for circuit boards in test and measurement and navigation introduced by Harwin

PORTSMOUTH, England – Harwin in Portsmouth, England, is introducing new models in the company's Industry Standard Connector ranges, including Harwin's Archer M50 (1.27-millimeter pitch), M22 (2-millimeter pitch) and M20 (2.54-millimeter pitch) connectors for circuit boards.

Jan 24th, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

PORTSMOUTH, England – Harwin in Portsmouth, England, is introducing new models in the company's Industry Standard Connector ranges, including Harwin's Archer M50 (1.27-millimeter pitch), M22 (2-millimeter pitch) and M20 (2.54-millimeter pitch) connectors for circuit boards.

The connectors are for industrial drives, transformers, and control systems; test and measurement equipment; navigation systems and marine displays; and IoT applications such as smart meters, sensors, and tracking.

The new connectors bring increased choice to design engineers, with the extended product offerings adding new orientations, different connector pin counts and soldering methods.

Harwin expanded its choice of connection systems to suit an increased variety of circuit board layouts. All of the new surface-mount connectors are available in tape-and-reel packaging for use with automated pick and place assembly.

Related: Harwin offers 2-millimeter-pitch Datamate family of high-reliability connectors with jackscrews

Harwin's Archer M50 connectors, based on 1.27-millimeter pitch, include single-row pin headers and sockets in through-board and surface-mount options. The M22, 2-millimeter pitch Industry Standard adds single and double row SMT horizontal sockets, plus a double-row vertical SMT pin header with location legs for board placement.

Harwin's extended M20 2.54-millimeter pitch Industry Standard connector range has seen the addition of single- and double-row SMT horizontal sockets, a double-row vertical SMT pin header with location pegs, plus a low-profile dual-entry vertical SMT socket.

For more information contact Harwin online at www.harwin.com.

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