Harwin’s Archer M50/M52 range delivers fine pitch reliability when you want it

28th September 2010
Source: Harwin
Posted By : ES Admin
Harwin’s Archer M50/M52 range delivers fine pitch reliability when you want it
Harwin has developed the Archer brand of 1.27mm pitch headers and sockets which are offered at competitive pricing with free samples and on immediate delivery. Harwin’s successful M50 and M52 fine pitch board to board connector series are now available in a wide variety of mating heights, with sockets from 2.2 to 8.5mm, and with different mounting options.
Available in SIL and DIL styles with row spacings of 1.27 or 2.54mm, Archer M50 and M52 connectors feature a current rating of 1A per contact, voltage rating of 150V AC and an insulation resistance of 1000MΩ minimum. Insertion force is as low as 0.6N and operating temperature range is -40 to +105degC.

Comments Wendy Bourne, Technical & Marketing Engineer: “We have chosen to bring together all our 1.27mm pitch connectors under the Archer brand to emphasize three elements: their price – they are several percentage points more cost-effective than the competition; their instant availability – they are stocked in depth for immediate despatch at Harwin and our distribution channel; and their reliability and high quality – key elements that Harwin has built its reputation on.” Bourne is available to discuss technical design-in questions on the Archer M50 and M52 range - as well as Harwin’s Datamate hi-rel connector family and other products – through the company’s Live Chat feature on www.harwin.com/contact.

Harwin’s broad range of Archer M50 and M52 fine pitch connectors are available as evaluation samples from www.harwin.com/archer. They are suitable for a huge number of applications including industrial controls, test equipment, PoS terminals, security systems, automotive control units, communications and datacoms products, diagnostic equipment and Mil/Aero systems.

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