05 Feb 2017 -
 General

Airborn’s Micro and Nano connectors from Astute Electronics suit rugged, high reliability applications

Airborn’s Micro and Nano connectors from Astute Electronics suit rugged

Wide ranging product families deliver miniaturisation, high speed, high signal integrity.

 

Astute Electronics, the leading supplier of electronic components and value added services, is now stocking a wide range of Micro and Nano connectors from AirBorn Inc, the Texas-based designer and provider of innovative, high-reliability electronic manufacturing services, interconnects and value-added solutions.

Airborn’s Micro connectors based on a contact spacing of 1.27mm (0.050″) are MIL-83513 qualified and include M Series (9 to 100+ contacts), the rugged microQUAD Series designed to handle LVDS serial bus signals like IEEE 1394, Ethernet, and serial rapid IO making it ideal for most high-reliability applications, and the microSI Series of rugged products designed for high-speed/signal-integrity applications (up to 10 GB) and flexibility by supporting 1X, 4X, and 8X 100 Ω and 85 Ω differential serial buses.

Airborn’s N Series Nano products – contact spacing 0.636mm (0.025″) – are approved to MIL-32139 standard. These connectors suit applications in the smallest and most demanding spaces.

“Working quietly in the background, often under extreme and demanding conditions, Airborn’s connectors can be found in mission-critical systems where total reliability is required”, said Gary Evans, e-mech divisional manager at Astute Electronics.

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