Compliant Interconnects

May 10, 2007
Right-angle interconnects have survived thermal shock, mechanical shock and vibration, and temperature and humidity cycling tests based on the SAE/USCAR2 Revision 4, and IEC 60352-5 standards.

Right-angle interconnects have survived thermal shock, mechanical shock and vibration, and temperature and humidity cycling tests based on the SAE/USCAR2 Revision 4, and IEC 60352-5 standards. They feature 0.64 x 0.64-mm square pins on 2.5-mm pitch spacing, and have single-and-dual-row formats for higher interconnect densities.

Autosplice Inc., 10121 Barnes Canyon Rd., San Diego, CA, (800) 535-5538, autosplice.com

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