Maximizing Power in High-Reliability Applications: Applying SWaP to Connectivity
How does Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) relate to connector selection for high-reliability applications? This white paper highlights key considerations design engineers face when selecting high-power components and present real-world applications in which power connectors are being used. It looks at each aspect in detail and reviews the implications that system designers must consider when selecting components. The key topics covered include evaluating power density in amps per inch working voltage; impact of temperature rise and connector material selection; and choosing the correct connector for high-reliability applications from down-hole to new space.
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