New Phoenix Contact PC 35 high current PCB connector provides reliable connection up to 125A - available at TTI Inc

Unlimited 600 V UL approval; suits high vibration applications including automotive, power supplies and solar invertors

Maisach, (PresseBox) - Phoenix Contact's new PC 35 Series high current printed circuit board connectors are now available at TTI, Inc., the world's leading specialist distributor of passive, connector, electromechanical and discrete components. An addition to Phoenix Contact's COMBICON range, PC 35 interconnects have a current capacity of up to 125A and additional features that provide reliable connection in applications subject to vibration, such as automotive electronics (including electric and hybrid vehicles), drive and power engineering, frequency converters, solar inverters, power supplies and motor leads.

The PC 35 Series is a 2-position 15mm pitch design with silver contact surfaces. These unlimited 600 V UL approved devices feature an integrated threaded flange for screw connection with the PCB as standard, which provides reliable connection even in harsh vibration environments. An integrated double steel spring ensures maximum contact reliability. Connection capacity is 35mm². User-friendly device connection is assured, thanks to low insertion and withdrawal forces.

Electrical specifications for Phoenix Contact PC 35 plugs include nominal current 125A and a rated voltage (III/2) of 1000V. Surge voltage is rated at 8kV.

TTI Inc.

TTI, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway company, is the world's leading specialist distributor of passive, connector, electromechanical and discrete components. TTI's philosophy is "Lead by Design", and the company differentiates itself by focusing on people, parts and process. TTI in Europe strives to be the distributor of choice for customers and suppliers alike by introducing new product technologies and by stocking broad and deep inventory across its franchise base.

TTI's sophisticated inventory management system ensures the ability to service changes in demand due to fluctuating markets and supply chains. For more information about TTI, please visit

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