Small 21 multi-pin plug/socket put on the market
We are pleased to announce the development and commencement of marketing of a small 21-pin plug/socket, specifics of which are outlined below.
Diversification of requirements for connection of portable audio and car audio equipment has intensified in recent years. A small 13P (poles) plug/socket we introduced on the market some time ago has been very favorably accepted in the market. At this time, we successfully added more poles to this 13P small rectangular structure (design registered) in our continued efforts to better serve the market.
This new product has 21 pins, 19 pins for signals and 2 for power. (This 21-pin structure has been applied for design registration.) Combining signal lines together and putting connector cords, which were previously separated into multiple signal lines, into one composite cord eliminate the necessity of multiple cord connection and ensure positive connection. The use of this connector will contribute to further diversification and extended functionality of equipment and make it a reality to extend applicability of home audio systems, in addition to car audio equipment.
The connection system of this pair of a plug and a socket is of a simple locking design yet a positive mating is ensured. The plug is of a straight type.
|Date Released||March 22, 2007|
|Press Release No.||781cs|
||Small 21-pin plug/socket|
|Major specifications||Voltage and Current Rating||3A, 12V DC(2 pins for power circuit)|
1A, 12 V DC(19 pins for signals)
|Operating Temperature Range||-20°C to 70°C|
|Applications||Small portable devices such as car audio and portable audio products, home theater equipment, etc.|
|Market introduction||March, 2007|
|Production capacity||300,000 units/month|
|Inquiry||* Please contact CS Division for further information :|
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