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Compression / One-Piece

One-piece connectors for rugged, high-shock and vibration applications featuring robust designs, mechanical hold downs, screw downs, and low profile designs on 1.00 mm, 1.27 mm, 2.54 mm and .100" pitch.


Low Profile Compression InterposersLow Profile Compression Interposers

High-speed, low profile one-piece interposers with a 1.27 mm body height and dual compression contacts.

Features
  • 1.27 mm standard body height
  • 1.00 mm pitch
  • Dual compression or single compression with solder balls
  • 100 – 300 total pins
  • Ideal for low cost board stacking, module-to-board and LGA interfaces
  • Minimizes thermal expansion issues
Products
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  • GMI
Low Profile Compression Interposers

Micro Pitch One-PieceMicro Pitch One-Piece

1.00 mm and .050" pitch one-piece interfaces for rugged and power applications.

Features
  • For high-shock, vibration, rugged applications
  • Elevated and low profiles from 3 mm to 10 mm
  • Optional screw mounts and alignment pins
  • Single and double row designs
Products
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  • SEI
  • FSI
  • SIBF
Micro Pitch One-Piece

.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch One-Piece.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch One Piece

One-piece interconnects in vertical and right-angle designs with large contact deflection.

Features
  • Current Rating: 2.4 A per pin
  • Contacts: Up to 30 I/Os
  • Screw insert option for rugged environments
  • Alignment pins on either side of connector
  • Large contact deflection
  • Optional alignment pins
Products
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  • OPP
  • SIB
  • SIR1
  • PGP
.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch One-Piece

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