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Harwin Gecko connector saves more space than Micro-D

13 Nov 2013

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TTI has announced the availability of the Harwin Gecko (G125) Series Hi-Rel connectors. The Gecko Series is based on 1.25mm pin spacing, allowing for up to 35 per cent space saving over other connectors, such as Micro-D. The company said the connectors provide a low-profile dual-row cable-to-board and board-to-board interconnect solution.

Gecko connectors are rated to handle 2A per contact and offer up to 50 contacts per connector. Further features include polarisation points that prevent mis-mating, easy identification of the No. 1 position for fast visual inspection, and optional latches for extra security of connection. Tested and proven to provide high performance in extreme conditions, the Gecko G125 family can operate across a wide temperature range of -65℃ to +150℃ and under extreme vibration (Z axis 100g 6m/s). This function is made possible by Harwin's four-finger patented Copper Alloy contact.




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