Components | Electromechanics | Connectors | Feb 24, 2017

TE Connectivity Introduces Poke-In Slim Wire Connectors

TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, has launched a series of Poke-In Slim Wire connectors that enable users to make wire-to-board and board-to-board connections quickly and easily.

The releasable poke-in contact function, along with a design that accommodates various wire sizes, allows for fast installation and rework; no special tools are required. Bare contact offers size and cost savings over housed poke-in connectors, with the new connectors’ small footprints favoring compact PCB designs. Applications are primarily in LED lighting, building automation, telecommunications and security systems.

TE’s new poke-in connectors accept wire gauges 18-22 AWG. The connectors are rated 10 Amps for 18 AWG wire and 6 Amps for 20-22 AWG. The slim male pin contact is designed for board-to-board connections with a 4 Amp rating when used with the releasable slim contact. Maximum voltage rating is 300 VAC. Operating temperature range is minus 40 to 105 degrees Celsius.

For more information on TE’s Poke-In Slim Wire connector, contact the Product Information Center at +1 800 522 6752 or visit www.te.com/usa-en/about-te/news-center/poke-in-slim-wire-npi.html

About TE Connectivity:

TE Connectivity is a $12 billion global technology leader. Our commitment to innovation enables advancements in transportation, industrial applications, medical technology, energy, data communications, and the home. TE’s unmatched breadth of connectivity and sensor solutions, proven in the harshest of environments, helps build a safer, greener, smarter and more connected world. With 75,000 people – including more than 7,000 engineers – working alongside customers in nearly 150 countries, we help ensure that EVERY CONNECTION COUNTS.
Further information: www.te.com 

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