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Compact Connectors for PCBs – Simple and Space-Saving

The new WINSTA® MINI pluggable connectors – can now be directly soldered to the PCB.

A new addition to the tried-and-tested WINSTA®MINI family of products for use in tight spaces: New connectors for direct integration on PCBs.

Up to now, the housings of devices for building technology had to be customized to fit pluggable connectors (e.g., with snap-in connectors), while wiring was performed manually. Now, the new WINSTA® MINI pluggable PCB connectors can be directly soldered to the PCB, significantly streamlining and economizing the process.

WINSTA® connects all of the electrical components of a building: the pluggable connection system forms the electrical interface from power supply and distribution to electrical loads, also including data processing.

Making Electronic Devices and Lights Ready for Pluggable Installation

The extremely low-profile connectors feature a nominal current of 16 A and a pole pitch of 4.4 mm and are available for rated voltages up to 250 V and 400 V. Straight and angled versions of the plugs and sockets are available, opening up new possibilities for providing a wide range of versatile functions as pluggable solutions in buildings.

Even more impressive for the new WINSTA®MINI modules is their inherent safety that is ensured by three mechanical coding options. Coding A is available in the colors black and white for 230 V systems. Coding B, for customized pole marking, comes in the colors gray, light green and pink and offers the advantage that it can already be marked at the factory for your particular customers. Coding I, in blue, is available for dimming functions, such as for DALI lights.

Your benefits:

  • Direct integration on PCBs
  • Low profile: 4.4 mm pole pitch
  • Maintenance-free components
  • Wide variety of color and coding options

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