Heilind Electronics stocks Molex’s FCT D-sub connectors
Specialist distributor, Heilind, has extended its range of components from Molex, with the addition of FCT D-sub connectors.
Molex FCT D-sub connectors are mainly used for signal transmission and high current applications up to 40A. They are therefore suitable for use in a range of sectors including industrial, transportation, aviation and medical and used in communications, power distribution, control panels and test equipment in wire-to-wire, wire-to-board and board-to-board applications.
The FCT D-sub product family comprises connectors in standard, high-density and mixed-layout versions. Each series comes in five different housing sizes. Molex offers all products (including THT, SMT and crimp versions) in a selection of material and coating combinations, including housings in non-magnetic versions made of brass or chemically nickel-plated.
The range includes backshells and accessories and Heilind and Molex are able to modify standard products to meet specific requirements. Turned standard contacts can be loaded with higher currents. They have a lower contact resistance and greater durability compared with stamped contacts, and ensure a safe and reliable semi-permanent electrical path between two devices. D-Sub connectors with stamped contacts are also available.
Heilind holds a stock of hoods, connectors and contacts/tools for Molex’s FCT product range, ready for immediate delivery. Heilind also offers technical advice and design-in for FCT products.
Heilind Electronics is a distributor of connectors, relays, sensors, switches, thermal management and circuit protection products, terminal blocks, wires and cables, wiring accessories and insulation and identification products. The company was founded in 1974, and has offices in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Singapore, Hong Kong and China.
Heilind’s portfolio also includes services such as prototype sampling, rewinding of contacts to smaller packaging units, specific contract printing of housing, fuse and barcode labels as well as high temperature and traceability marking.