Board-to-board connectors are the most powerful connector of all connector products in the market, they are mainly used in power systems, communication networks, financial, manufacturing, elevators, industrial automation, medical equipment, office equipment, home appliances, military manufacturing industry etc.

At present, the main spacing of the board-to-board connectors is 0.4mm, 0.5mm, 0.635mm, 0.8mm, 1.00m, 1.27mm, LWX Electronics (Shen Zhen) Co., Ltd can manufacturing all of these board to board connectors or connectors with other customized spacing.

What are the advantages of the board-to-board connector?

1: soft and flexible connection, with strong corrosion resistance ability;
2: no welding, easy to install, and will not cause fire hazards, which also saves space;
3: superior environmental resistance ability, it is not only soft, but also has high contact reliability.

7 tips for purchasing board to board connectors

1. Make sure the voltage applied to the board-to-board connector should not exceed 50% of its rated voltage.
2. Please pay attention to the mounting dimensions of the board to board header, the exposed length of the soldering feet soldered to the PCB must larger than 0.5 mm.
3. In the precision-tight board-to-board connector, try to use the model with positioning pin when the PCB space allows, which is convenient for manual welding.
4. Check if the connector has anti-dwelling design.
5. Whether the material used in the board to board connectors contains lead.
6. Touch resistance: small-size board-to-board connector has small contact pressure, we suggest to use gold-plated or silver-plated connectors to avoid the influence of the film resistance when using in low current or low voltage occasions.
7. Please observe whether the height of the board-to-board connector is matched to the welding height of the components around the PCB. The mating height must be greater than the welding height of the components around the PCB, and a certain margin is ensured to ensure no interference. Special care should be taken to consider whether there are height errors in the components after PCB soldering.