09. November 2010

Bright prospects - The HARTING Technology Group at electronica in Munich

HARTING’s new har-flex is available in all even number versions from 6 to 100 pins.

Visitors to the HARTING Technology Group’s stand can expect to experience some “bright prospects“ at this year’s electronica, taking place from November 9 to 12, 2010, in Munich.

The Espelkamp headquartered, family owned and managed company is developing connectivity innovations for all industrial lifelines: data, signals and power. The triad formed by Installation Technology, Device Connectivity and Automation IT is providing industrial customers worldwide with individual and forward looking solutions.

“Bright prospects“ are what you get when you have the courage to think outside of the box, and approach things from new perspectives. Take this year’s trade fair highlight, the har-flex connector range, for example. “In creating our new har-flex we have taken an entirely different approach to device connectors, which we have consistently viewed from the perspective of the printed circuit board. The result is a flexible, compact and robust solution executed in SMT technology serving a wide range of different board-to-board and board-to-cable applications that cater to the ever advancing miniaturization trends,“ as Philip Harting, Vice President Connectivity & Networks of the HARTING Technology Group, outlined.

As the name indicates, flexibility is one of the key strengths har-flex stands for: 48 different lengths, 4 different stacking heights and executions from 6 up to 100 pins provide printed circuit board designers with ultimate scope for flexibility. The choice of the exact number of poles required enables optimal utilization of available space. Thanks to high contact density har-flex is ideal where space is at a premium. Compact, robust and flexible – this sums up the decisive advantages har-flex delivers. The entire product family consistently combines simple, automated and efficient execution with uncompromising quality standards.