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RotaConnect™ Board-to-Board Connectors

FCI extends the RotaConnect™ Board-to-Board connector range with a pegged version. The pegs aid in simple placement. This eliminates the hold-down and will help customers save the space between connectors on the PCB.

The RotaConnect™ BtB range is a unique rotatable Board-to-Board SMT connector that can be used to support perpendicular, coplanar and angled connections, in multiple mating and unmating directions.

The hermaphroditic “mates to itself” design enables mating at any angle between +90° and -60°, enabling the connectors to be placed anywhere on the PCB. This design allows the use of a single part number that comprises both male and female contacts.

The high-temperature grade housing material is reflow solder compatible. Tape and reel packaging permits vacuum pick and place application.

With this extension, FCI’s RotaConnect™ BtB range offers 2 and 4 positions with hold-down and peg options.

Part Number View Inventory
10120045-200LF 10120045-200LF - CUT TAPE - ROTATABLE BTBCNR 2 POS

Features & Benefits:

  • Available in 2 and 4 positions
  • Connector mates to itself (hermaphroditic)
  • Reliable dual beam contact
  • Hold down for PCB retention
  • Pins are protected by housing
  • Rotation possible
  • Supports multiple mating and unmating directions
  • High-temperature material for reflow-type processes
  • RoHS compliant

Target Markets/Applications:

Industrial - control boards, sensors, actuators, rigid LED strips, automotive lighting, channel lettering and lighting luminaries

See also:
RotaConnect Board-to-Board Connectors (.pdf) for more product information, specifications, applications and ordering information.

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