Rugged coaxial connectors for aerospace and defense applications introduced by Harwin

PORTSMOUTH, England 3 Nov. 2015. Harwin Plc in Portsmouth, England, is introducing Datamate standard-layout, multiport-coaxial connectors for hi-reliability applications. Suitable for RG178 cables, the ganged connectors are available from stock with two, four, six or eight contacts.

Nov 3rd, 2015
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

PORTSMOUTH, England 3 Nov. 2015. Harwin Plc in Portsmouth, England, is introducing Datamate standard-layout, multiport-coaxial connectors for hi-reliability applications. Suitable for RG178 cables, the ganged connectors are available from stock with two, four, six or eight contacts.

Based on Harwin's high-reliability Datamate connector family, the rugged coax connectors are designed with a single-body moulding to resist extremes of shock, vibration, and temperature in challenging application environments.

Target applications include military, aerospace, satellites, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and undersea uses. Devices are equipped with hexagonal slotted jackscrews for secure fixing to the circuit board, and moldings are polarized to facilitate quick, error-free mating.

Vertical and horizontal orientation styles are available and devices Harwin offers a choice of products to suit two circuit board thicknesses, 3.5 and 5 millimeters.

Related: Harwin doubles current rating of high-rel power connectors for aerospace applications

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

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