Performance and Dependability for Mission Critical Applications
Whether for sustainment or modernization, nVent SCHROFF’s rugged offering is well suited for protecting critical applications such as integrated battle communications, logistics and fleet operations, and radar systems.
Board Tolerance Compensating Extractors
VITA compliant extractor with spring PAWL design that compensates for board tolerances, puts positive pressure on pins during Card-Lok actuation and can be operated with a gloved hand.
Product Spotlight: Extractors & High Thermal Sawtooth Card-Loks
The need to simplify and streamline maintenance has resulted in Two-Level Maintenance requirements. Conduction cooled assemblies equipped with HTS Card Loks can be paired with 311 Tolerance Compensating Extractors to ensure effective and efficient maintenance.
Self-compensation for board tolerances
Positive pressure on connectors during Card Lok actuation
Other high load extractors according to VITA and IEEE standards available
Provides 10:1 mechanical advantage
Compliant with VITA 48.4 & 48.2
High Thermal Sawtooth Card-Loks
nVent SCHROFF's NEW High Thermal Sawtooth (HTS) Card Lok is evolving the traditional card lok to better satisfy industry requirements for defense and aerospace in conduction cooled systems. With a cost-efficient design, the HTS series meets advanced performance demands for Size, Weight and Power (SWaP).
Meeting advanced requirements for heat dissipation and shock and vibration resistance
Allows for up to 15% increased thermal performance over similarly sized card locks
Allows for up to 91% higher clamping force over similarly sized card locks (280HTS)
Drop-in replacement for series 260, 265, and 280 nVent SCHROFF card loks
Reliably secure and cool mission-critical electronics in military and defense as well as commercial aerospace applications
The HTS series minimizes thermal resistance and allows for heat to flow almost directly from the board to the cold wall
Featured sawtooth design provides a continuous and uniform surface along the PCB/heat frame and along the cold wall