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ODU introducing new products at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Expo

Posted 14 January 2019 · Add Comment

ODU Connectors will once again be exhibiting at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Expo at the Farnborough Exhibition Centre (5th-7th February) and will be introducing several new products.



Increasingly, sealing is not just about preventing water and dirt ingress but about hermetic sealing – such as in critical purity situations, as when a vacuum must be created within a closed-off room. The company's ODU MINI-SNAP series now offers glass potting, meeting not only the high demands on interfaces for ultra-high vacuum conditions but also enables high-performance data transmission, with up to 14.4 Gbit/s.

The ODU MEDI-SNAP also has a new high-voltage connector, with a special pin layout design and new retarded contacts in tiny spaces of around 20 mm – in addition to reliable transmission of up to 1,000 V (AC), compliant with IEC 60664 1. It demands the highest contact security of medical devices and component parts to protect both patients and operators from electric shock. Thanks to the integration of a dual protective measure, ODU MEDI-SNAP solutions already comply with this new top security standard.

Also being shown, is the new ODU-MAC RAPID, which can cut assembly and service time in half thanks to a novel half-shell principle, with high contact density, coding and spindle locking.

The ODU-MAC Blue-Line performance class has a new module which achieves the highest packing density available on the market in a width of merely 14.4 mm.

High-performance contacts
The company will also be presenting the ODU-LAMTACHTC, which has a new high-performance contact that excels through its maximum current-carrying capacity and temperature resistance of up to 200°C.

Also, the ODU DOCKING MATE self-finding contact system is setting new standards with a brand-new development for autonomous driving and automated production.

 

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