One-Piece Rugged & Power

One-piece connectors with robust design and mechanical hold-downs for high-shock and vibration applications, available in a variety of pitch designs with profiles from 1.65 mm to 10 mm.


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
Series
V
  • FSI
  • SEI
  • SIBF
Micro Pitch One-Piece

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

Rugged one-piece interfaces for superior power or signal performance and reliability.

Features
  • Power or signal applications
  • Large contact deflection
  • Vertical and right-angle designs
  • Elevated profile
Series
V
  • SIB
  • SIR1
.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch One-Piece Interfaces

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