Connectors • DIN Connectors
A family of circular connectors that were standardized by the German national standards organization, DIN connectors are utilized for a number of industrial applications within the aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, production, electronics industries. Typically DIN connectors used within industrial environments are smaller connector types that can handle a number of demanding applications. There are seven common DIN connector patterns, with any number of pins from three to eight. The number of pins can be higher than eight depending on DIN connector type, model and intended application. Types of DIN connectors include: miniature, sub-miniature, D-subminiature, micro-miniature, multi-pin rectangular, panel interface, solenoid valve, and coaxial.
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DIN Connectors: 43650/ISO 4400 Solenoid Sub-Micro; Molded Solenoid; Built-In Surge Suppression; Multiple Control, Special Electronic Circuit, Male, and Built-In Rectifier Connectors.
Din Connectors: 5 Pin and 6 Pin Connectors and 4 Pin, 6 Pin & 8 Pin Mini. Available in male and female configurations and arranged in a round format. Applications include keyboard, mouse, video, and Apple computers.