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Interplex Announces Stackable Multi-Row Board-to-Board Connector Products That Achieve Unprecedented Flexibility

SINGAPORE Nov. 22, 2022

– Automotive-grade product offers a reliable, repeatable and versatile solution that can be scaled up in line with specific customer requirements

Interplex [] a world leader in designing and manufacturing interconnect and mechanical products, is successfully addressing the growing market demand for high-density interconnects in challenging application scenarios. The company has just released its Multi-Row Board-to-Board (BTB) [] connector product.

Multi-Row Board-to-Board Connector

Thanks to the proprietary snap-in biscuit design, this ingenious interconnect concept will disrupt the industry – allowing multiple connector units to be stacked together. This means interconnections can be appropriately sized while avoiding the need for them to be custom built. The unique cost-effective approach which Interplex has taken will enable different pin count requirements to be attended to via the same basic interconnect platform, without any extra expense or engineering effort.

The new Multi-Row BTB connectors feature 0.4mm miniPLX(TM)press-fit [] pins, so the need for soldering is eliminated. These pins are made from a copper alloy and exhibit very low levels of contact resistance <1m omega. Each pin has a 3A current carrying capability. The optional coating of these pins with the company's patented IndiCoata„ cent plating technology mitigates tin whisker build-up, in order to prevent the risk of short circuits and extend operational lifespan. Interplex Multi-Row BTB connectors are available in board stacking heights from 7mm to 30mm. They can have between 1 and 6 rows, with up to 30 contact terminals being incorporated into each row. Conforming with automotive performance requirements, these rugged products can withstand high humidity levels (8 hour cycling up to 10% RH), shocks (35g for 5 to 10ms across 10 axes), and vibrations (8 hour per axis). A working temperature range of -40A Degrees C to +150A Degrees C is supported. "Being able to fit enough interconnect terminal pins into a small space, while not having any excess, is a priority for any of our clients. At the same time, keeping their total cost of ownership down is also vital," explains Ralph Semmeling, Product Portfolio Director for Customized Connectors at Interplex. "This means that the companies we are dealing with want access to off-the-shelf products at attractive price points, but with the inherent flexibility that following a custom-based strategy offers. Our new stackable interconnect platform gives them the best of both worlds. Allowing them to design to cost." There are a broad variety of applications that the robust, high-density, scalable Multi-Row BTB connectors will be targeted at. Among the most prominent of these are going to be electric vehicles (EVs), particularly for Electric Power Steering and Electronic Control Units functions. There are also opportunities for these connectors to be used in industrial automation systems (as robots), transportation hardware (trains), medical instrumentation (such as imaging scanners), etc. For more information on the Multi-Row BTB connectors from Interplex please visit

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Marcella Saracco
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About Interplex
Interplex, a world leader in designing and manufacturing interconnect and mechanical products, is a go-to-source to solve complex design challenges for the e-Mobility, information & communications, and medical & life sciences markets. We create value by helping our customers reducing their Total Cost of Ownership and achieve this by leveraging our unique multi-disciplinary skill set from both electro-mechanical and mechanical disciplines. Headquartered in Singapore, Interplex has more than 13,000 employees across 33 sites and 13 countries where all its activities are conducted in a socially responsible way, with minimal impact on the environment.
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