TTI now offering Molex EXTreme Guardian HD power connectors

April 7, 2021
The EXTreme Guardian HD Power Connectors from Molex are now in stock from specialty electronic components distributor TTI.
TTI, Inc.
Molex’s EXTreme Guardian HD Power Connectors
Molex’s EXTreme Guardian HD Power Connectors

TTI, Inc., a specialty distributor of electronic components, on April 5 announced the availability of the EXTreme Guardian HD Power Connectors from Molex in stock at the distributor

Featuring PCB pegs and including through-hole solder and press-fit tails as well as gold contact plating, Molex’s EXTreme Guardian HD Power Connectors offer a configurable hybrid power/signal solution that provides high-current density in a low-profile package for design flexibility.

Offering current density up to 80.0 A per blade with a small centerline spacing of 5.15 mm, the connectors' redundant contact design handles up to 125 V. Both UL and CSA certified, these connectors support a high temperature of 125°C in their power contact rating.

Telecommunications/networking applications for the Molex EXTreme Guardian HD Power Connectors include: routers; switches; 1U rack boxes; backplanes; power supplies; and servers. Data/computing applications include high-end servers and workstations, as well as industrial controls.

View the EXTreme Guardian Connector Datasheet (PDF)

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