27 Oct 2017

Miniature SnapTac connectors deliver exceptional signal integrity

TTI, a specialist distributor of electronic components, is now stocking Smiths Interconnect SnapTac series circular miniature snap fit connectors.

The circular SnapTac series is available in 7, 13 and 19-way configurations and offers improved functionality and performance in extreme environments. Increased features, hardware coding options, termination styles and protection measures make this series an extremely robust hi-rel interconnect system for use under challenging environmental conditions including: dirt, sand and moisture, extreme temperature changes; water submersion, shock, humidity and radio frequency interference. Lightweight and compact, Snaptac connectors particularly suit high-speed data, audio and video transmissions in demanding and critical applications. The SnapTac connector system is also available in rectangular 12, 21, and 30-way versions.

SnapTac connectors combine Smiths Interconnect’s proprietary high-reliability hyperboloid contact technology with the mechanical features of a spring-loaded contact, producing interconnections with improved signal integrity, high reliability and current density and proven parametric stability over time. The distinctive combination means the spring-loading characteristic is determined separately from the electrical characteristics, resulting in optimal mechanical, electrical and environmental performance. About TTI

TTI, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is an authorized, specialty distributor of interconnect, passive and electromechanical (IP&E) components and the distributor of choice for industrial and consumer electronics manufacturers worldwide. Broader and deeper inventory, leading-edge products and custom supply chain solutions have established TTI as a specialist in electronic component distribution. Globally, the company maintains two million cubic feet of dedicated warehouse space containing over 850,000 component part numbers. Along with its subsidiaries, Mouser Electronics, Sager Electronics, and Symmetry Electronics.

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