SUYIN – Custom tailoring for connectors

13th November 2012
ES Admin
SUYIN’s primary strength lies in its ability to adapt connectors to meet its customers’ exact requirements as well as the needs of the given application in terms of form and function. To do this, SUYIN draws on both standardized subcomponents and on the tremendous expertise that it has developed in recent decades in areas such as industrial, automotive and communications applications.
A good example for the design rule that “form follows function” can be seen in a RJ45 jack with a housing that has been adapted to match the product design precisely. This right-angle, surface-mount RJ45 jack with high-quality 8P/8C contacts (S1 to S6 with 5 µm to 50 µm gold plating over 30 µm nickel) is housed in a shielded plastic housing that has been nicely rounded to match the design specifications. In accordance with another of the customer-specific specifications, mounting on the printed circuit board can be countersunk by 1.92 mm. Two side-mounted soldering tabs ensure an ideal fix on the PCB. All of the other technical specifications for the temperature range, dielectric strength, number of mating cycles, insertion and removal forces, plating, and many other characteristics also match the requirements defined by the customer or by the relevant state-of-the-art standards.

At electronica 2012, in Hall B4 at Booth 624, SUYIN is showing numerous custom connectors of all kinds and is providing professional expertise to answer all questions on these subjects.

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