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Busbar Clip Power 200Amp

High Power BTB Connectors 60AMP to 150AMP

High Power BTB Connectors 15AMP to 45AMP

High Power Card Edge

High Power Wire Type

High Speed

High Speed BTB

High Speed Card Edge





Hard Metric Type A to C

Hard Metric Type D to F

Hard Metric Type L to N, Others

Futurebus(+) connector

DIN 41612 connector

Automotive, I/O

Automotive Connectors

USB Connector

D_Sub Connector

RJ Modular Jack & Plug

Centronic Connector

Board to Board

Fine Pitch Board To Board

Other Board to Board

Pin Header

Box Header

PCB Socket

Mini Jumper

Terminal Blocks

Pluggable Male Type PCB Mount

Fixed Type Screw Terminal PCB Mount

Fixed Type Rising Clamp PCB Mount

Pluggable Female Type

Pluggable Female Type Spring Clamp System

Fixed Type Spring Clamp PCB Mount

Barrier Strips


High Speed Cable Assembly

Connectors, IDC Cable Assembly

Wire To Board Connectors 0.80mm to 2.54mm

Wire To Board Connectors 3.0mm to 6.35mm,Wires

FFC/FPC Connectors, Flexible Flat Cables



Backplane Connector Index

A Backplane connector is a type of electrical connector used to connect and interconnect printed circuit boards (PCBs) within a computer or electronic system. It serves as a central hub or backbone for transmitting power, data, and signals between multiple PCBs in a system.
The Backplane connector is designed to provide a reliable and high-speed interface between the main system board, also known as the backplane, and various peripheral boards or modules. It typically consists of multiple rows of pins or sockets, arranged in a linear or stacked configuration, corresponding to the number of PCBs it can accommodate.
One of the key features of a Backplane connector is its high-density layout, allowing for a large number of signal paths within a compact form factor. This enables efficient communication and data transfer between the interconnected boards, facilitating the overall functionality and performance of the system.
Backplane connectors often incorporate advanced features such as shielding, grounding, and locking mechanisms to ensure secure and stable connections. 
Overall, Backplane connectors play a crucial role in enabling the expansion and scalability of electronic systems by providing a standardized and efficient means of interconnecting multiple PCBs, thereby enhancing the system's modularity, flexibility, and overall functionality.