FAQ

How are DIN connectors processed?

With termination technology, press-fit or soldering technology as well as through-hole technology, a FASTON connection, or insulation displacement connectors (IDC).

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What currents are possible using DIN connectors?

The choices range from signal connectors with a current rating of up to 1.5 A to power connectors that can handle up to 5.6 A or even 15 A per pin.

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Are the DIN connectors RoHS-compliant?

Yes, all DIN connectors are RoHS-compliant.

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What are the offset tolerances for DIN connectors when being plugged?

DIN connectors feature high offset tolerances. The permissible center offset tolerance when connecting a male to a female is 1 mm along both the longitudinal and the transversal axis. The tolerance for angular inclination is 4° longitudinally and 2° transversally.

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Are there suitable tools for processing DIN connectors with press-fit system from ept? If so, which ones?

Yes, we can offer you suitable tools that are matched to your press-fit-connector.

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