Heilind Now Stocking Mega-Fit Power Connectors from Molex

WILMINGTON, MA -- Heilind Electronics is now stocking Mega-Fit Power Connectors manufactured by Molex Incorporated.

Mega-Fit Power Connectors have current-carrying capabilities up to 23.0A per circuit, enabling one of the highest current-density options compared to existing midrange power connectors. The Mega-Fit's innovative split-box terminal design offers six independent points of contact to provide long-term reliability through secondary current-path redundancy. These connectors also include polarized housings, isolated header pins and terminals to protect against potential damage during handling and mating, and positive housing locks that ensure secure retention when the receptacle and header are mated.

Features include:

• Power-dense design with high-current terminals, tight pitch and row spacing
• Terminal interface has six independent points of contact
• Extended barrel conductor crimp
• Sacrificial contacts
• Fully isolated header pins and receptacle terminals
• Positive locking housing

Applications include:

• Aerospace and Defense
• Security applications
• Consumer
• Gaming equipment
• Vending machines
• White goods
• Data/Communications ◦Office equipment
• Medical
• Digital imaging systems
• Networking
• Networking equipment
• Storage
• Telecommunications ◦Routers
• Switches

For more information, visit http://www.heilind.com and http://www.molex.com

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