AFCI’s new Griplet® connector offers a robust solution for miniature IDC Wire-To-Board connections. The low profile and compact design makes Griplet® an ideal connector where space is tight and ease of installation is important. Each connector has a height of 3.7mm and a footprint of 4.0mm x 6.1mm.

It is specially designed for a stackable pitch up to 12 positions, with common housings available to secure and protect terminated components. Griplet® offers a flexible solution with one part number accommodating multiple wire gauges. Redundant electrical connection points plus strain relief ensure stable operation through extreme temperature, shock, and vibration stresses.


Industrial & Instrumentation
  • Smart Meters
  • Thermostats
  • Automation Controls
  • Sensors
  • LED Lighting
  • White Goods
  • Automotive
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  • Low profile / compact
  • Connecting discrete wire components directly to the PCB when space is a constraint

  • Bringing power and signals onto a PCB

  • Daisy chaining PCB to create continuous string of boards

  • Individual contacts can be located anywhere on the PCB
  • Four points of wire contact plus strain relief
  • Highly reliable connection

  • Enable harsh and industrial market applications with direct connection between individual wires and PCB
  • Accommodates multiple wire sizes
  • Reduced total applied cost compared to solder or crimp processes
  • Break-off carrier strip
  • 90° bend allows easy break away and removal
  • Post applied insulative housings
  • Custom-made housing for automatic Pick & Place
  • Multiple Terminal Delivery Options:

  • Singulated in bags

  • On Reel/ Continuous strip

  • Stitched on pitch within disposable Pick & Place carrier
  • Manual application or Vibratory Bowl application

  • Automated application

  • Customizable pitch
  • For more information on the following technical documents, please send your request by submitting the Request Form:
    Capability matrix
    Electrical model
    Qualification report
    SI report
    Test report