Amphenol Connectors Guide

31 08 2011

As one of the leading providers of the leading providers are various electronics equipment to leading companies for almost 80 years, Amphenol are firmly established as one of the most trusted names in the industry.

The company is also renowned for the sheer variety of connectors which they offer. We have compiled a brief, but informative guide to some of the more popular and useful products which are available through the company. Depending on what you are looking to do, they could be just what you are looking for;

1. Plastic Circular Connectors: A host of circular connectors are available through Amphenol. These come in receptacle, in-line, overmolded or filed installable versions. With thread or bayonet locking systems in more than 50 pin configurations and over 5 shell sizes, these versatile connectors are some of the most useful products in the electronics market.

2. D-Sub Connectors: IP65 to IP68 connectors, from size 1 to 5, are adaptable for a variety of different computer systems. Once again, they are available in receptacle, field installable and overmolded versions. They also offer screw, latch or automated locking systems for a versatile range of needs.

3. Pulse-Lok Connectors: The innovative and revolutionary Pulse-Lok connectors include an auto-coupling feature that provides audible and tactile confirmation that a mated pair is engaged. These connectors are particularly unique due to the fact that they are light-weight and environmentally sealed. Added to that, they are also intuitive, ergonomic, compact and increasingly popular within the connector market.

Amphenol are one of the leading providers of connectors and a host of additional electronics equipment, they are particularly tuned into the needs of the LED market.

For details on all the items offered by Amphenol and a host of other leading providers, visit www.challengercomponents.com

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