Side Exit Power Cable Save Space

TE Connectivity's side exit CROWN CLIP Junior power cable assemblies claim to deliver 50% space savings and significantly improve design flexibility. Using a side exit for the power cables is said to minimize the need to bend cables when routing them beyond the center of the server, switch or storage enclosure. The cables allow for more design options, thereby helping to overcome the challenges of designing in high density applications.


In addition, special cable-to-contact termination allows for use of larger wire sizes and multiple wire gauge combinations, enabling transmission of currents up to 200A. Cable assemblies can be customized for multiple power distribution solutions. To glean more, checkout the CROWN CLIP Junior power cable assemblies datasheet.

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