Only Connect: On the JWPF Connector Series

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asked Jan 3 in 3D Segmentation by freeamfva (39,060 points)

For many years JST have been at the front and centre of connector technology and innovation. Many of their common series are widely used in many mass produced products. And those of us in the low to medium manufacturing sector use a tonne of them, mainly because they are simple and cost effective.Get more news about jst connector production,you can vist our website!

In the electronics industry a JST Connector can be a byword for connectors around the 2mm pitch mark, much like the Molex KK Series. However, today I want to focus on the JWPS Series as recently we have been using a lot of them and have come to find them a great little product.The JWPF Series Wire to Wire waterproof connector is designed for small applications that require resistance to water ingress.

Uniquely constructed, this waterproof connector (2.0mm (.079″) pitch) features a spring action housing to terminal lock, which assures smooth and easy insertion and firm contact retention.

The waterproof connector also incorporates a solid rubber seal for wire side sealing, which facilitates a compact size and ensures a waterproof grade of more than 7 ingress protection of JIC C 0920 (IP X7 of IEC 60529).

One of the main benefits of this system is that it is easy to terminate and assemble. Priced at an affordable end of the market this means it can be widely adopted by many markets such as Automotive, White Goods and General Commercial Products that require a higher level of waterproofing.

It’s a great little product that solves a lot of problems around water ingress, so if you are looking for a connector series that is light weight, cost effective and easy to assemble then look no further!

A fringe benefit is that as a company JST have high level of UK-based customer service, offering local tooling experts along with their free sample services, making this a really great company to do business with.

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