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Metallized 2mm Connectors Developed for High-EMI Environments

Published: 19 Jul 2019 by

Nicomatic DLMM micro connectorNicomatic, a manufacturer of high-performance interconnect solutions, has launched the new DLMM range of metallized composite 2mm pitch connectors for demanding space-constrained applications such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), drones and other aerospace and robotics applications.

The connectors weight approximately 60% less than their Micro-D counterparts, and the design also provides protection against EMI and resists corrosion.

DLMM connectors are available with 4-32 signal contacts, 1-8 high power or coax contacts, or a mixed arrangement of signal and high power /coax contacts in the same connector body. Devices are available in board-to-board, board-to-wire and wire-to-wire configurations for wire gauges of AWG 12-30 and in through-hole or surface-mount styles. A metallized composite backshell option is also available for additional EMC performance.

Nicomatic have provided free CAD models on their website to help minimise design time.

Alexis de Lassat, Global Product Line Leader at Nicomatic, commented: “DLMM connectors target applications that require miniaturization, lightweight and EMC protection, such as UAVs, robotics, space satellites and radar. They are ideal for use in panel mount applications as well as an inside the box connector with extra protection.”

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