E-Snap™ Subminiature Edge Mount Connectors

Winchester’s E-Snap series provides exceptional board retention and RF performance

Image of Bomar's E-Snap™ Subminiature Edge Mount ConnectorsWinchester Electronics' E-Snap series edge mount connectors are engineered to be used with PCMICA cards and employed in wireless applications. They incorporate a proprietary design to ensure exceptional board retention and RF performance without the use of adhesives. E-Snaps feature small protrusions inside their slots, allowing connectors to "snap" securely into previously solder-pasted holes as they are slid onto the PCBs. This unique ability to lock firmly in place for re-flow soldering drastically reduces strain on the solder joint and provides a very durable mount to the PC board. With this series, EOEMs benefit from throughput and cost efficiencies, as the time and expense associated with applying an adhesive are eliminated.

Winchester Electronics' entire E-Snap series connectors meet or exceed all industry mechanical, electrical, and environmental standards. They further feature a straight-through contact design to ensure reliability and 50 Ω of impedance. Additionally, they provide quality, repeatable performance to 18 GHz and have gold plated contacts.

E-Snap™

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionPart StatusConnector StyleAvailable Quantity
361EHD704 datasheet linkCONN HDBNC JACK 75 OHM EDGE MNT361EHD704CONN HDBNC JACK 75 OHM EDGE MNTActiveBNC, HD86 - Immediate
361EHD704 product page link
961E504 datasheet linkCONN SMA JACK 50 OHM EDGE MNT961E504CONN SMA JACK 50 OHM EDGE MNTActiveSMA14 - Immediate
961E504 product page link
1261E504 datasheet linkCONN MCX JACK 50 OHM EDGE MNT1261E504CONN MCX JACK 50 OHM EDGE MNTActiveMCX01261E504 product page link
962E504 datasheet linkCONN SMA PLUG 50 OHM EDGE MNT962E504CONN SMA PLUG 50 OHM EDGE MNTActiveSMA0962E504 product page link
1261E504L datasheet linkCONN MCX JACK 50 OHM EDGE MNT1261E504LCONN MCX JACK 50 OHM EDGE MNTActiveMCX01261E504L product page link
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Published: 2013-10-07