Vacuum-tight connector with extended temperature range

Lemo is expanding its field-proven M series with a new vacuum-tight model, named HY, and available in all sizes and low voltage configurations. This new fixed socket model has been specifically designed for all applications requiring vacuum-tight integrations in harsh environments.

Along with vacuum-tight sealing with ultra-low leak rates over a broad temperature range, the connector also integrates optimided PCB tails enabling easier PCB routings even on high density configurations. The mass connection also has been improved and now offers the possibility to use either standard ground pins or special anti-vibration threaded holes for ‘screw through’ PCB fixation.

Lemo claims this new addition to the M series line-up provides customers with the highest density ratchet coupling connectors on the market where vacuum-tight integrations are required. The ultra-low leak rate coupled to its wide temperature range allow for unmatched performances in optical enclosures or high-altitude applications.

LEMO (UK) Ltd

12-20 North Street
Worthing
BN11 1DU
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1903 234543

lemouk@lemo.com

www.lemo.com

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