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Nano Vertical SMT Connector for Choice

Posted By: sunkye

Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2022

Price: $50.00

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Description of Nano Vertical Connector SMT

SMT is called Surface Mount Technology. It is a kind of Circuit assembly method that assembles components without pins or short leads (SMC / SMD for Short) on the surface of Printed Circuit Board (PCB) or other substrate by reflow soldering or immersion soldering.

Sunkye surface mount connectors pcb offer premium performance and reliability for demanding applications meeting the mil spec requirements of MIL DTL 32139. Vertical connectors go from the top of one tunnel to the bottom of another tunnel (or another connector). You can connect to the bottom of a glass tunnel but not the top. Once the surface power connector is attached both top and bottom you can build a ladder in it from either end that allows you to travel from one tunnel to the other. The contacts number of Sunkye Nano vertical SMT Power connector series including: 9, 15, 21, 25, 31, 37, 51, 65, 69.

Dual Row Vertical PCB Surface Mount Power Connector
Reliability for micro-miniature operating systems.
Several tail lengths available.
Operating temperature: 150°C or 200°C.
7 contact arrangements (9 to 51 contacts).

SMT Connector Types

Three locking component type of Nano Vertical Surface Mount Power Connector Available:
TH, usually mated with receptacle/plug that has a locking screw.
DZ usually mated with a receptacle that has a guide hole, and NH usually mated with a plug that has a guide pin.
Connector Working temperature environment:-55℃~ 125℃.
Machine life: 200 times.
Contact Spacing 0.635 mm (.025")

Different configurations of Nano Vertical SMT Connector
Mil Spec Nano D rectangular connectors for cables.
Mil Spec Nano D rectangular connectors for PCBs.
EMI versions.
High density Micro D SMT power connector.

Characteristics of Nano Vertical SMT Connector
0.635 mm (.025") contact spacing (double the density of a Micro-D).
The contact number: 9, 15, 21, 25, 31, 37 and 51.
Standard double row.
High reliability twist pin contacts.
Metal shell construction with captivated hardware.

Sunkye' has also developed custom designed Nano D connectors:
High density circular Nano D connectors.
Custom Mil Spec Nano D connectors available on request.

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