The Datamate system from Harwin is designed to perform in conditions where high shock and vibration or extremes of temperature are experienced. It has been proven in military, aerospace, oil exploration and other demanding applications.
Now Harwin has designed Datamate Trio-Tek, featuring a new triangular contact that is easily processed by automated equipment for volume applications.
Performing to the same high-reliability standards as conventional Datamate contacts, the Datamate Trio-Tek open barrel crimp contact, from high-reliability connector maker Harwin, automates the crimp process to significantly save on assembly time and reduce process costs. The new crimp design which features a latching feature simplifies the insertion of contacts into the housing.
Product Manager Graham Cunningham commented: “An innovative, patent-pending design in the field of high reliability connectors, the Datamate Trio-Tek auto-crimp contact features a triangular form that is the key to providing a simplified crimping process while at the same time enabling the customer to fully automate crimping in medium- and high-volume applications. Further, inexpensive hand crimping tools are also available for lower volume and product development and prototyping applications.”
The high reliability contact of the Datamate Trio-Tek is tested in accordance with BS 9525-F0033. A crimp inspection window in the housing aids quality control, while the insulation crimp barrel provides improved strain relief. The housings come with jackscrews (J-Tek) or latching features (L-Tek) and the contacts are available both loose and on reels.
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