Press Release Summary:
Utilizing high-quality turned pin contacts, high-density filtered D-Sub connector includes filter elements that are encapsulated using epoxy resin for maximum performance in hazardous environments. Connector shells are available in tin or nickel finish. RoHS-compliant devices are available in 15-62 I/O variants and 330 and 1,000 pF configurations.
Original Press Release:
Cinch Unveils High-Density Filtered D-Sub Connector
High Density Design Reduces Space and Weight
LOMBARD, ILLINOIS - October 24, 2007 - Cinch Connectors has introduced a RoHS compliant high-density filtered D-Sub connector.
Targeted specifically at the commercial market, this new connector features a more dense contact arrangement, resulting in substantial space and weight savings for design engineers. Compared to the equivalent standard density D-Sub connectors, a savings of 40% in space and over 100% in weight is achieved.
Using high quality turned pin contacts, the connector shells are available in bright tin or nickel finish. The filter elements are encapsulated using epoxy resin for maximum performance characteristics in hazardous environments.
The high-density filtered D-Sub connector family is available in 15 to 62 I/O variants, and 330 and 1000 pF configurations.
For more information, contact email@example.com or visit our website at www.cinch.com.
Cinch Connectors is a supplier of reliable, high quality connectors to the Computer, Datacom, Telecom, Military Aerospace and Transportations markets worldwide. Cinch Connectors employs approximately 1,100 people, with manufacturing operations located in the United States, Mexico, and England. Cinch product engineering and development activities are based in the United States and the UK. Cinch is a unit of the Safran Group, headquartered in Paris, France. Additional information is available at www.cinch.com.
Cinch Connectors, Inc.
Mr. Mike Savage, VP Sales & Marketing
Tel: +1 (630) 705-7527