DIN Connectors

Connect reliably with DIN connectors

DIN connectors encompass several kinds of electronic cables that plug into an interface to connect devices. A full-sized DIN connector typically has three to 14 straight pins with a diameter of 13.2, and its pins are located within a protective metal skirt. The skirt is keyed to allow the plug to be correctly inserted without damaging the pins.

A DIN connector meets the DIN standard, not just a specific cable. The standard for DIN connector was established by the Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN), the German national standards organization. DIN standards include high-frequency capability and hallmark features like a protective metal shell and notched, rounded terminations. This construction ensures that the DIN connector pairs with the correct mating connector. Our DIN connectors are engineered for use in a variety of data communications applications, including as an interface for antenna line services, audio equipment, serial ports in computers, and keyboard and mouse connectors.  

A DIN connector meets the DIN standard, not just a specific cable. The DIN connector was originally standardized by the Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN), the German national standards organization. DIN standards include high-frequency capability and hallmark features like a protective metal shell and notched, rounded terminations. This construction ensures that the DIN connector pairs with the correct mating connector. Our DIN connectors use quality components and designed for reliable performance in harsh environments. These are engineered for use in a variety of data communications applications, including as an interface for antenna line services, audio equipment, serial ports in computers, and keyboard and mouse connectors.
A DIN connector meets the DIN standard, not just a specific cable. The DIN connector was originally standardized by the Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN), the German national standards organization. DIN standards include high-frequency capability and hallmark features like a protective metal shell and notched, rounded terminations. This construction ensures that the DIN connector pairs with the correct mating connector. Our DIN connectors use quality components and designed for reliable performance in harsh environments. These are engineered for use in a variety of data communications applications, including as an interface for antenna line services, audio equipment, serial ports in computers, and keyboard and mouse connectors.
A DIN connector meets the DIN standard, not just a specific cable. The DIN connector was originally standardized by the Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN), the German national standards organization. DIN standards include high-frequency capability and hallmark features like a protective metal shell and notched, rounded terminations. This construction ensures that the DIN connector pairs with the correct mating connector. Our DIN connectors use quality components and designed for reliable performance in harsh environments. These are engineered for use in a variety of data communications applications, including as an interface for antenna line services, audio equipment, serial ports in computers, and keyboard and mouse connectors.