Würth Elektronik Publishes Catalog of Electromechanical Components

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Würth Elektronik has reissued its complete catalog of electromechanical components. The overview of connection technology, assembly, switches and keys can now be ordered in printed form, as a PDF or opened in the iOS Catalog app. On 799 pages you will find everything you need for the convenient connection of cables, the secure connection of PCBs or manual circuits — high-quality standard components, as well as the innovative solutions REDFIT IDC SKEDD and REDCUBE. The catalog also refers to Würth Elektronik’s assembly and customization services. All these products are available from stock without a minimum order quantity.

Among the new products featured in "Electromechanical Components 2020" are prefabricated cables with SKEDD connectors, WR-FAST as fast THT connectors for up to 16 A load and the WR-FPC Flexible Printed Circuit Connectors for connecting displays. Würth Elektronik places great importance on durable USB plugs and has expanded its portfolio here. Micro SD card interfaces for industrial applications are among the new additions, as are shielded WR-MJ modular jacks for 5 G to 10 G Ethernet protocols. Also added are new SMT mountable miniature pushbuttons and super-flat switches. The high-current terminal family REDCUBE—known for its extremely vibration-resistant press-fit connections—has also grown in the SMT sector. Würth Elektronik offers free samples for the entire range of electronic-mechanical components on request.



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