23 Oct 2017

Swift-Dock interface arrays eliminate costly bespoke designs

Coda Systems, the UK manufacturer of spring-loaded components for a wide range of data, power and battery-charging applications, has launched its latest Swift-Dock connector assemblies for docking stations.

The company now offers three ranges of spring-loaded interface arrays that are ideal for power and data transfer in devices such as handheld computers, medical instruments, data loggers and telecoms equipment. Swift-Dock has a pitch of 7mm, whereas Swift-Dock-mini is available on a 3mm pitch.

Both families are available in 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 pin configurations; Swift-Dock can handle up to 6 amps, Swift-Dock-mini is rated up to 3 amps. Each unit comes as a pair of complete arrays ready-fitted with spring-loaded contacts on one side and contact lands on the other although each side is available separately. The PCB can be supplied with or without a connector.

Swift-Dock-Power has been designed for use in applications up to 10 amps. These are also available in in 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 pin configurations on a 7mm pitch.

Comments Harvey Davis, Managing Director, Coda Systems: “Our Swift-Dock range eliminates the expense of developing a bespoke interconnect system for handheld devices and docking stations.”

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