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CMD Series

High Density PCB Signal Connector

Versatile, high density 4 contact row connector solution for board to board and wire to board with built in coding and keying as well as ESA qualification. With a 0.6mm contact diameter, CMD connectors are available from 42 to 316 contact positions with dip solder and SMT soldering contact termination types.

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Features & Benefits

  • Immunity to detrimental fretting due to shock and vibration
  • Conforms to MIL-DTL-55302 general requirements and TPR 02013
  • Light weight connector
  • High shock and vibration proof (no micro interruptions - test: 2ns)

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