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Nicomatic Introduces Rugged Micro Connector for UAVs

Published: 21 May 2018 by

EMM Rugged Micro Connector for UAVsNicomatic has introduced its latest rugged micro connector, the EMM. The 1.27mm pitch connector has been designed to meet the performance requirements of MIL 83513 and withstand the harsh unmanned Mil/Aero environments.

The EMM is a lightweight and robust connector that offers a 20% weight reduction compared to a standard Micro-D counterpart, making it the ideal choice for use in unmanned vehicles (UAVs, UGVs) where size and weight are critical factors when selecting components.

With key features, such as reversed contacts, integrated 90° back protection, and interchangeable hardware between male and female connectors with locking & guiding functions, the new EMM range combines rugged design with enhanced electrical and environmental performance. Suited to both board to board, and board to wire (from gauge 24 to 30) configurations, EMM will provide extreme modularity with any pin selection available from 04 to 60 signal contacts.

EMM Rugged Micro Connector 90 Degree on Board

With over 40 years of experience, Nicomatic combines a proven track record and continuous innovation. With the EMM, Nicomatic will provide a new solution for defense, security, energy, civil avionics, and many other applications, respecting its core values based on service, quality and close relationship with its customers.

Nicomatic’s innovative EMM micro-connector will be on display during EUROSATORY 2018, June 11-15th, in Paris – Hall 5A K 751.

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