Radial Connectors serve high-current, high-power applications.

Press Release Summary:

SCM series Radial Connectors — SC1 — are offered with single and paired rows, configurable footprints, and ECT CP-059 high current product line. Designed for high-current, high-power needs up to 10 A, products come in SMT and through-hole designs. Degree of resistance accelerates charge times, while internal bias minimizes disconnections. Areas of use include such applications as battery charging, board-to-board connections, interposers, and medical devices.

Original Press Release:

ECT to Introduce High-Performance Radial Connectors at ATX/MD&M West

Pomona, Calif. — Everett Charles Technologies’ (ECT) Compliant Connector Solutions will introduce the SCM family of high-performance Radial Connectors – SC1 – in booth 4569 at ATX/MD&M West, scheduled to take place February 11-13, 2014 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. The SC1 connectors are offered with single and paired rows, easy-to-configure connector footprints, and the ECT CP-059 high current product line.

The new Radial Connectors are ideal for high-performance applications including battery charging, board-to-board connections, interposers and medical devices. Specially designed for high-current, high-power needs (10 Amps), the connectors are available in surface mount and through-hole designs. Additionally, the low resistance allows faster charge times and the internal bias minimizes disconnections even in high-vibration applications, creating a high-reliability solution.

Additionally, ECT offers custom design probes and connectors for high current, battery and high frequency applications. With five decades of connector design experience, ECT has the capabilities to design for almost any customer requirements including military, medical and aerospace.

Everett Charles Technologies is a leading manufacturer of electrical test products and services, including Pogo test contacts and semiconductor test products.  Additional information about ECT is available via the Internet at www.ectinfo.com/compliantconnectors.

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