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Din Header Connectors

Din Header Connectors

EDAC DIN connectors are fully compliant with 41612 standards. High density metal to metal connections provide a high continuity interconnect solution in backplanes. Contacts can be fully loaded or selectively loaded to protect against cross talk in high speed applications.

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Din Header Connectors Series



461 Series

Edge Connector | DIN 41612

462 Series

Edge Connector | DIN 41612

463 Series

Edge Connector | DIN 41612

464 Series

Edge Connector | DIN 41612

493 Series

Edge Connector | DIN 41612

494 Series

Edge Connector | DIN 41612

495 Series

Edge Connector | DIN 41612

496 Series

Edge Connector | DIN 41612


What is a DIN header connector?

DIN header connectors are plug (pin) and receptacle (socket) style connectors designed around the DIN 41612 specification. They are available in a number of types, having different contact spacings and voltage ratings. The most common types are B (2 rows of 32 contacts), and C (3 rows of 32 contacts) with a standard 2.54mm contact spacing when fully loaded. The current rating is 2 amperes. Contacts can be selectively loaded in single, dual or 3 row configurations. Smaller size versions are also available.

Engineering options

Din header connector plugs come standard with right-angle PCB orientation and receptacles with vertical orientation. Inverse versions with vertical plugs and right-angle receptacles are also available. Contact types include standard PCB and wire wrap, along with press-fit PCB and press-fit wire wrap tails. Mounting options include through hole or with boardlocks.

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