Size & Weight Sav­ings for Rugged En­vi­ron­ments

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Ten times smaller in vol­ume and about 10 per­cent the weight of a stan­dard Mi­cro- D con­nec­tor, TE’s nano con­nec­tors also pro­vide e l e c t r ic a l and mec h a n ic a l ad­van­tages such as volt­age rat­ings of 500 V at sea level ver­sus 250 V (for oth­ers) and 500 mat­ing cy­cles ver­sus 200. They are avail­able with tem­per­a­ture ranges as wide as -200° c to +200°c. “De­spite their smal l nano­minia­ture con­nec­tors are

size, de­signed for rugged ap­pli­ca­tions, with the ca­pa­bil­ity of with­stand­ing sig­nif­i­cant lev­els of shock and vi­bra­tion, salt spray, out­gassing and other envi ron­men t a l and me­chan­i­cal haz­ards,” said Scott C a irns, man­ager , prod­uct man­age­ment, TE Aero­space, De­fence & Marine. Typ­i­cal ap­pli­ca­tions in­clude space, smart mu­ni­tions, mis­sile de­fence, air­craft com­mu­ni­ca­tions and UAVs.

Nano­minia­ture­con­nec­tors­fromTECon­nec­tiv­ity com­bi­ne­size­andweightwith­high­re­li­a­bil­ity,low con­tac­tre­sis­tance­and­wide­op­er­a­tion tem­per­a­tur­erange,mak­ingth­e­ma­mongst­the small­e­stand­tough­es­tavail­able.

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