09 Jul 2018

D-Subminiature connectors can accommodate up to 104 contacts

Lane Electronics, a specialist connector distributor, has made available several series of high reliability, high density D-Subminiature connectors that will suit many board to board, cable to cable or board and panel to cable or board applications.

The Positronic ODD, DD, DAD, M24308 series D-Subs are available in six package sizes with 15 – 104 size 22 contacts. They feature a 9A contact current rating and, for the best price/performance ratio, multiple performance options are available as well as RoHS and non-RoHS compliant versions.

The Positronic Combo D Sub-Miniature CBDD, CBHD, CBCD Series are high quality, high reliability D-Subs with the ability to mix signal, power, coax, high voltage air and thermocouple contacts in a single connector. The connectors feature multiple package sizes and contact variants as well as a wide range of accessories and options including blind mate and sequential mating.

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