Wieland Inc--STOCKO introduces Dual-in-Line Pin Connector | Automation.com

Wieland Inc--STOCKO introduces Dual-in-Line Pin Connector

Wieland Inc--STOCKO introduces Dual-in-Line Pin Connector
BURGAW, N.C. (March 17, 2003) – STOCKO Corp., a member of the Wieland Group, has introduced a new RAST 5, Dual-in-Line Pin Connector for panel mounting. This connector is available in 2 to 10 pole versions and mate with the ECO DOMO (Rast 5 IDC), EH 688 (Rast crimp technology, 180° angle), and the EH 699 (Rast 5 crimp technology, 90° cable angle). This double tab header for connectors according to RAST 5 standards for entry through back panels and this housing can also be uses as a flying lead connection.

The RAST 5 Dual-in-Line Pin Connectors are specifically designed for the white goods/domestic appliance industry. They are available in 5mm pitch with a temperature range from -40°C to +130°C. The electrical current rating is 16A with an operating voltage of 400V max. and, upon request, are available with variants of polarizing.

For more information about the RAST 5 Dual-in-Line Pin Connector series, call (910) 259-8603; or fax (910) 259.0317; or by mail to STOCKO/A member of the Wieland Group, 49 International Road, Burgaw, NC 28425.

STOCKO, a member of the Wieland Group, is a leading manufacturer of electrical connector systems, crimp contact, solderless terminals, IDC connectors, precision stampings and drawn parts and termination technology. Based in Burgaw, N.C., STOCKO has manufacturing facilities worldwide, including plants in Germany, Belgium and France. STOCKO is ISO 9001 certified and is equipped with in-house testing facilities approved for UL and VDE product certifications.

In addition to supplying superior quality products, STOCKO offers connector design and development, machine building capabilities and market-oriented solutions from concept to completion with an emphasis on customer satisfaction.

For more information, please visit www.wielandinc.com
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