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2008-05-05 Wire-to-board connectors enable secure mating
Molex Inc. has introduced a series of 2mm (.079-inch) pitch SMT wire-to-board connectors designed for applications that require secure electrical contact.
2008-11-17 AVX beefs up wire-to-board connector line
AVX has expanded the original 9175 series of discrete wire-to-board Insulation Displacement Connectors (IDC) into two larger formats to meet the growing market requests
2010-08-04 Surface mount IDC connector has 6A rating
AVX Corp. has expanded its 9176 Series of reliable discrete wire-to-board connectors with the launch of the 9176-400 Series contact and cap
2002-05-27 Molex connector saves up to 45 percent of PCB area
The 1.25mm-pitched Mini MiII wire harnessing connector from Molex Inc. occupies 45 percent less PCB area than similar 2mm-pitched versions.
2012-05-16 Interconnects push LED solution upgrades
Molex has presented solderless LED array holders and other microminiature connectors that the company says can enable advanced lighting solution designs.
2014-10-27 Molex connector system targets LED lighting modules
The push-button style Lite-Trap SMT wire-to-board connector system has a profile height of 4.20mm and claims to offer one of the lowest profiles and wire insertion forces available on the market.
2015-02-20 AVX touts lowest profile poke-home connector
The horizontal 9296 series connector features a 2mm dual beam, high spring-force, phosphor bronze poke-home contacts in a sleek 3mm pitch by 2.5mm high SMT package
2012-01-06 FPC connector offers 0.3mm front flip lock
TE Connectivity's connectors incorporate a low profile height and light-weight features with centerline spacing of 0.25mm, 0.3mm, 0.5mm, 1mm and 1.25mm.
2011-11-04 Ensure PCB reliability by building additional tolerances
Developers of high reliability PCBs tend to overlook key steps in their design, fabrication, and assembly in order to save time and money, and get a project out the door on time. Here's how to achieve those and without compromising high reliability.
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