Posted on 06 March 2020

Weidmüller OMNIMATE Power PCB connector SVD 7.62HP


The compact, two-row connection solution for drive controllers – Compliance with existing standards despite extremely compact installation space.

The current trend towards smaller and smaller drive controllers with increasingly high power is being addressed by Weidmüller in the form of an innovative connection solution - the very compact double-level OMNIMATE Power SVD 7.62HP male header with a pitch of just 7.62 mm. The two-row connector is designed to comply with existing standards despite its compact dimensions.

the double-level male header is specially designed for very compact servo controllers

The innovative double-level header connector minimizes the amount of space required on the PCB, thereby creating space for other components. The extra space acquired on the front of the device can be used by designers for the integration of additional functions. The two connection levels of the SVD 7.62HP make it possible to connect devices with widths from 50 mm – these "book-size modules" are sufficient for the supply of two motors, while also meeting the approval criteria in accordance with UL 600 V.

With the OMNIMATE Power SVD 7.62HP double-level male header, Weidmüller is giving device designers a lot more freedom, allowing them to design more complex servo regulators in particular. This is achieved thanks to the two connection levels for female connectors, with either a classic screw connection or PUSH-IN connection technology. With additional flange fastening on request, and with the option of connecting the cable shielding to the device housing. The innovative connection technology comes into its own wherever multiple axes need to be connected to a particular device in the smallest of spaces.

the double-level male header allows for complex supply solutions in the smallest of spaces

Weidmüller is offering OMNIMATE Power SVD 7.62HP in a range of different variants. The solution with the PUSH IN connection system combined with female connector BVF (BVFL) 7.62HP makes for a particularly quick and easy installation without the need for any tools.

with female connectors and a push-in connection system for quick and easy installation without the need for any tools. On the left: version with adjustable contact point

The system is available with or without flange fastening, and with the option of an additional screw connection. The combination of the the BVF 7.62HP with the cable shielding ensures a reliable connection between the shielding and the device housing, thereby guaranteeing a high level of EMC safety.

the optional cable shielding guarantees high levels of EMC safety

Combined with the female connector BVZ 7.62HP, users can also set up solutions using the screw connection. The systems are available without any extra fastening devices, or with the optional flange fastening, which is suitable for applications in medium-voltage systems, where an additional screw connection is required. As a general rule, the SVD 7.62HP double-level male header can be combined with all BVZ-7.62HP and BVF-7.62HP female connectors in the OMNIMATE Power family. The system stands out thanks to its high connection and operating reliability and its mating profile that prevents incorrect connection pin arrangement, and wide coding diversity.

The black OMNIMATE Power SVD 7.62HP double-level male header with a pitch of 7.62 has a THT solder connection with a solder pin length of 3.2 mm, and is available with 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 poles.

With three service packages, the OMNIMATE device technology division supports customers in the development of innovative devices. The service packages include a comprehensive component library for PCB design software, the "application-oriented product recommendation" Internet-based selection aid AppGuide, and the well established 72-hour sample service.

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