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FL CoaxBridge

The "FL CoaxBridge" uses Hirose’s SMA antenna connector and can meet the LPWA standard while reducing space and cost. Additionally, you can choose from three connection plans to meet your board design needs. (Published November 11, 2020)

Small yet Strong Bee Collection

Bee Collection is based on the shared concept of “Small but Strong” and consists of three brands: EnerBee, SignalBee and SnapBee. The image of the tiny, yet energetic bee represents this concept. (Published March 10, 2020)

Compact Size with High-end Performance EnerBee™ [Bee Collection]

EnerBee™ -Your best choice for power cable connectors. Named after the tiny, yet energetic insect, the EnerBee™ name represents the shared concept of this product family - compact size with high-end performance. (Updated November 20, 2018)

Wire-to-Board, Wire-to-Wire Signal Connectors SignalBee™ [Bee Collection]

SignalBee, a sister brand to our power cable brand EnerBee, is your solution for signal cable connector. It represents the shared concept of “compact size with high-end performance”. The wide variety of configurations provides the best solutions to meet usersʼ application requirements. (Published Oct. 1, 2018)

Wire-to-Board, Power Connectors for Small Equipment SnapBee™ [Bee Collection]

SnapBee - Vertical mating lock type, your best choice for Wire to Board connectors. This product series is widely used in small equipment power supply applications. (Published April 11, 2019)

One Action FPC/FFC Connector One Action FH™

One Action FH can be connected by simply inserting the FPC/FFC without touching the actuator. It is also effective for robot assembly, and by reducing the number of operations steps from three to one, the work time can be greatly reduced. (Published October 8, 2019)

Compact / Robust / High-speed ix Industrial™

The ix Industrial™ connector features small robust design for use in industrial environments. The high-speed transmission design contributes to equipment evolution and smart manufacturing applications. (Updated February 4, 2020)

ZERO SCREW™ Terminal block EF2 series

ZERO SCREW™ Terminal Block EF2 series is a spring terminal block that can connect cables to electrical equipment such as power distribution in buildings without using screws. The elimination of screws saves installation works and maintenance. (Published Mar. 6, 2018)

Top-quality Industrial Interconnects FunctionMAX™

As the name "FunctionMAX™" implies, this product family is a series of Board-to-Board connectors from Hirose with a mission to meet all the needs of the industrial market with maximum functionality. (Updated December 26, 2019)

USB Type-C™ Connector CX Series

The CX series connector conforms to the next-generation USB standard "USB Type-C™". It features reversible insertion, speeds up to 10Gbps transmission. (Updated June 17, 2019)

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Interface Connectors for Sensing Devices

Select the Ideal Connector Based on Connection Method and Operating Environment
(Published February 2, 2021)

Interface Connectors for Industrial Ethernet

We offer a wide variety of connectors meeting customer needs, including standardized products, Hirose original connectors, and cutting-edge Single Pair connectors.
(Published January 25, 2021)

Automotive/Vibration Resistance FX26 Series

This product has vibration resistance characteristics, a floating design and small size (1mm pitch) with two-point contacts to ensure.
(Published June 16, 2020)

FPC/FFC Connector for Automotive

FH75 Series supports a high temperature of 125℃ due to the enhanced contact material and design.
(Published June 11, 2020)

Connectors for mmWave

"mmWave" is expected to be utilized for large capacity data transmission and high precision sensing.
(Updated January 1, 2020)

Shielded Waterproof Connector LF Series

The metal shell provides a shielding design while reducing size. Robust connector made with a metal shell for durability.
(Published March 12, 2020)

Connectors for Automatic Operation and ADAS

10 series for automatic operation and ADAS based on the categories Board-to-Board, FPC-to-Board, FPC/FFC and Interface.
(Published October 16, 2019)

ZE05/ZE064W Series for Automotive

This product was developed with the durability and reliability to withstand the heat and vibration conditions in automobiles.
(Updated January 21, 2020)

Improve production cost F6 series

Hirose developed our new inspection probe to resolve RF inspection issue. Our new F6 probe design will improve your inspection process and is ready for higher frequencies.
(Updated July 7, 2019)

FPC to Board connector DF40T series

FPC to Board connector with heat resistance, contact reliability and durability. 16 Gbps high-speed transmission capability
(Published July 25, 2019)

High Voltage connector HVH-280 series

The high voltage HVH-280 series consists of compact power source interface connectors intended for use in electric equipment such as automotive inverters, DC/DC converters, and chargers. (Published July 25, 2019)

Connectors for 4K/8K signal

Hirose Electric offers comprehensive solutions for transmitting ultra-high-definition video data at high speeds.
(Published March 26, 2018)

12G-SDI Compatible BNC75 series

Complies with 12G-SDI standards, which enable long-distance transmission of 4K signals. Contact structure provides stable characteristics, even for high-frequency bands
(Published March 26, 2018)

Space-saving FPCConnector FH64MA series

The FH64MA Series connector is the result of the exhaustive pursuit of super low profile and space-saving (0.5 mm height, 0.25 mm contact pitch, 3.15 mm depth).
(Published March 22, 2018)

8K data with a single cable MF11BMT series

The MF11BMT Series optical connector features 24 positions equipped with a built-in standard MT ferrule. It is also IP67-compatible (dustproof and waterproof)
(Published March 22, 2018)

Connector Selector 2021 (published annually)

Over 230 series, including the latest releases

This catalog introduces suitable connectors for each specific application, such as industrial equipment, consumer equipment, and automotive, and also provides a brief overview of the product lineup by category, such as external connection, internal connection, coaxial/optical connector, automotive, and waterproof connector.

Introduction example

Simplifying the construction process

KAJIMA CORPORATION, which builds skyscrapers, shopping centers, dams and bridges with civil engineering technology, implements environmental conservation efforts and earthquake disaster countermeasure technology into their construction. In order to save labor resources and attract new workers, Kajima Corporation began use of Hirose’s Zero Screw™ terminal block EF2 series. The deputy director of the Tokyo Building branch, Mr. Hiroshi Mizui, describes the effects of implementing this connector. (Published January 10, 2019)

Utilization as a new main electricity junction, changes the construction process.

On November 30, 2017, TAKENAKA CORPORATION, which is involved in the construction of various facilities such as commercial buildings, stadiums, schools and educational facilities, etc., built, the "Meguro CENTRAL SQUARE", using our ZERO SCREW™ terminal block EF2 series which was adopted as the main electricity junction for the electric wire in the electrical equipment construction. We interviewed Mr. Shin Tomoyuki, Senior Manager, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Department, Tokyo Main Office, TAKENAKA CORPORATION. (Published July 23, 2018)

HRS 80th Anniversary

Connections Turn Ideas into Reality.

Hirose Electric Co., Ltd. is celebrating our 80th anniversary in 2017. To create a more prosperous society, we will continue to provide value by connecting people, with knowledge, and wisdom inspired by customers, suppliers and employees. The Hirose Electric Group will work together with stakeholders as we progress to our centennial anniversary. (Published December 19, 2017)

Connectors Q&A

Connectors Q&A Teach Me!Dr.H

Dr.H is very knowledgeable. He knows everything about connectors. Dr.H always explains nicely when Little Q doesn’t understand something.(Published october 1, 2019)

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