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High-power connectors

23 October 2019 Interconnection

TE Connectivity introduced Multi-Beam Plus connectors, the latest evolution of its power connector line. The new connectors share the same low-profile dimensions and enable the same through-system airflow as previous designs such as Multi-Beam XL, Multi-Beam XLE and Multi-Beam HD power connectors.

Multi-Beam Plus connectors satisfy the demand for higher-power solutions by providing a high current per power contact at a maximum of 140 A/contact or 100 A/contact per four adjacent contacts. In addition, the scalable and modular design also supports greater flexibility in configuration and PCB design.

The new Multi-Beam Plus power connector is manufactured with thicker material and features a high-density tail to carry higher current. Separated power contacts improve dimension stability. Multi-Beam Plus connectors are suitable for data centre and telecom equipment, industrial automation devices, and power systems.

For more information contact Quatraine Domoney, Avnet South Africa, +27 11 319 8600, quatraine.domoney@avnet.eu, www.avnet.co.za


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