Miniature Ruggedised Connectors from Omnetics (sponsored video)
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Small, lightweight and durable connectors from Omnetics are designed for high shock and vibration, extreme temperatures, and over 2,000 mating cycles.
Micro-D, Nano-D, Circular, Strip, and Hybrid connectors come equipped with Omnetics’ Flex Pin latching system. The company's lightweight miniature and ultra-miniature connectors are known for their high reliability, quality, signal integrity, and performance in extreme environments.
Omnetics continues to develop connector solutions to address the design engineer’s need to minimise space, reduce weight and maximise performance in their devices used in dismounted soldier, satellites, C4ISTAR technologies, and unmanned systems programmes that meet the need for reliable and safe operations.
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