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GradConn

1825 NW Corporate Blvd., Suite 110, Boca Raton, FL, 33431, USA

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Electrical Equipment & Systems, Mounting & Attaching Products

Nautilus N Connector comes with an internal sealing.

Apr 25, 2017

Available in rear mount configuration, Nautilus N Connector is suitable for harsh environments. Featuring O-ring for ingress protection through inner contact and panel, unit meets IP67 and IP68 standards.

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Electronic Components & Devices

Low-Profile Wire to Board Connector facilitates termination.

Jul 07, 2015

Available in 2–6 positions, 1.20 mm pitch wire to board connectors have mated height of 1.45 mm above PCB. Housings and headers plug together from above to facilitate mating. In addition to horizontal PCB headers being polarized to avoid mis-mating, connectors produce audible click when locked together to aid assembly. Gold plated contacts are rated 1.5 A for mating headers and sockets... Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Test & Measuring Instruments

Test Probe Cable Assemblies aid high-frequency circuit inspection.

Aug 13, 2014

Suited for testing Hirose MS-156 and Murata MM8030 subminiature coaxial switch connectors, co-axial test probe cable assemblies offer respective mating test cycle durability of 500 and 2,000 operations. Probes can be used for testing RF circuits, from development to final production, as well as high frequency coaxial switches. Standard cable assemblies come with SMA jack connectors. Other coaxial... Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Wire-to-Board Connectors suit restricted space applications.

Feb 27, 2014

Available in .031 and .039 in. pitch models, Wire-to-Board Connectors offer rated currents of 1.0 and 0.5 A, respectively. PCB headers are shrouded and polarized to avoid mis-mating and are available in vertical or horizontal orientation. Combination of vertical PCB header and cable assembly offers tiny footprint with mating height of .155 in. (.031 in. pitch). Where height above PCB is... Read More