Industrial Electronics

Newark releases innovative Multicomp Pro Magnetic Connectors for low-voltage use

05 December 2022

Newark, an Avnet company, is expanding its line of Multicomp Pro offerings to include magnetic connectors, a differentiated interconnect choice offering ease of use through reliable, self-mating, easily detachable connections.

Magnetic cable assemblies and connectors are a popular and quickly growing interconnect option for many low-voltage applications. The Multicomp Pro magnetic cable assembly and connector kits combine spring-loaded pins with magnetic interfaces that offer reliable, self-mating, easily detachable connections.

Unlike other connectors currently on the market, magnetic connectors are a safe and helpful solution when a quick disconnect is essential or if accidental damage to connectors or cables is likely based on surroundings or environment.

The Multicomp Pro magnetic connectors were developed and designed to meet the quality standards engineers require alongside the value they need. The connectors are incredibly versatile and can beThe MP002495. Source: NewarkThe MP002495. Source: Newark leveraged in a variety of industries including but not limited to:

  • Medical/healthcare
  • Power management
  • Maker and education
  • Industrial
  • Computer peripherals
  • Wearables

The reliability and versatility of the magnetic connectors make these products unique in the grand scope of current connectors and they can be adapted for a variety of products and environments. The Multicomp Pro magnetic connector MP002495 is a current best seller from Newark, which allows the connector to rotate a full 360° without loss of the electrical connection. The MP002495 has an IP67 rating and is designed for extra-low voltage applications such as battery charging with a rated current of 5 A at 30 V AC/DC.

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