Mouser Electronics Inc. is now stocking Harwin’s Gecko-MT 1.25mm mixed layout connectors. These new connectors blend the 2A Gecko signal with 10A power contacts in a very compact and lightweight shell.
The Gecko-MT Connectors were designed for high-performance applications that stay operational under most extreme environmental conditions. Small aspects like Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) play a crucial role under the most trying situations. These connectors address such requirements with utmost precision.
The Gecko-MT connectors can be availed in board-to-board, cable-to-cable, and cable-to-board alternatives. The pin layouts offered for these alternatives include 2+8+2 and 1+8+1 contact configurations.
Features that matter most
The list of most appreciable features includes:
- Mate-before-lock stainless steel jackscrews in both reverse and standard fix.
- Assured secure connection.
- Lightweight metal hoods for additional cable protection as well as shielding.
- 100G shock and 20G vibration resilience.
- Operational temperature range extends from -65 to 150 degrees Celsius.
- Ability to meet extremely harsh environmental conditions related to satellite designs, battery management, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), and robotics.
- 4 finger Beryllium Copper signal contact.
- Vertical & right-angle versions.
- Gecko Backshell compatibility.
- Cable assemblies can be availed on request.
- Lower outgassing.
- Highly compact size standing at 1.25mm in-between signal pins.
- Mixed current capacity ranging between 10A-2A per contact.
The Gecko-MT connectors have a universal application that ranges from motorsport to aviation, electrical vehicles, security, defence, and space missions.
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