Circuit board adaptor allows creation of multi-pin connector on printed circuit board

HARTING has introduced a new 5-pin circuit board adaptor which, when combined with a Han(R) DDD module, makes it possible to create a multi-pin connector on a printed circuit board. The circuit board adapter can be pre-assembled on the PCB by following the hole pattern. A 17-pin circuit board connection is then created for the Han(R) DDD module through the connection of two 6-pin adaptors and the new 5-pin circuit board adaptor.

The adaptor can be assembled onto the PCB independently of the connector. After assembly of the PCB, the male or female contact of the Han(R) DDD module is installed in the housing and attached on the pre-assembled PCB. Simple assembly is not the only advantage: the labour involved in wiring is also kept to a minimum.

For connection to the circuit board, 17 contacts are available, with the rated values (as per the DIN EN 61984 standard) of 7.5 A for current, 160 V for voltage, and 2.5 kV rated surge voltage at pollution grade 3.

This new development means that HARTING”s Han-Modular(R) series is expanded with a new variety of PCB adapter in addition to the existing HanR DD solutions and the Han(R) 40 A module.

With the open Han-Modular(R) connector system, users can assemble customised connectors to their own individual requirements. Over 40 different modules are available for electrical, optical and pneumatic transmission.


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