Connector system for OEMs, manufacturers

The EXTreme EnergetiC High-Current Connector System provides a high current of up to 100.0A for OEMs and power supply manufacturers.

01/11/2013


The EXTreme EnergetiC High-Current Connector System. Courtesy: MolexThe EXTreme EnergetiC High-Current Connector System is designed to provide high-end datacom OEMs and power supply manufacturers with an advanced solution for applications requiring high current up to 100.0A per bay. It is available in a right-angle plug and vertical receptacle configurations, with 4- and 6-power blade bays and a 25-signal bay. A variety of configurations can be designed in a modular fashion to support demanding application needs. Data and telecommunication applications include high-end computer and telecom equipment, 1U/2U servers, modular power supplies, and power distribution circuit boards. 

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