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Pin Connector Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial pin connector manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source pin connector manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These pin connector companies can design, engineer and manufacture pin connectors to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these pin connector manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of electronic connector pins, motherboard pin connectors, molex pin connectors.

  • Oskaloosa, IA 641-673-5000

    Interpower is a company that is committed to providing industries with high-quality products. We manufacture electronic connectors. We make it easy for customers to design, build and maintain products for worldwide markets. We use teamwork to provide fast turnaround and great service to our customers. Visit our website or call one of our customer service specialists today!

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  • Livermore, CA 800-669-8090

    Complying with international standards, Quail Electronics is a company to turn to for all pin connectors. They can configure a power cord to meet the application you have in mind by matching various molds together, tooling new molds for special needs or adding custom terminations. Their friendly and knowledgeable team is here to help direct your purchase, call today.

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  • Sunrise, FL 954-746-4669

    Since 1990 Brandex Components has been a leading manufacturer of electrical connectors for military and commercial markets. We pride ourselves on having only highest quality electrical connectors and having a wide selection of products. Even if a product doesn’t fit your exact needs, Brandex Components can have custom solutions. Contact us today!

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  • Lancaster, PA 800-818-4916

    Kord King manufactures world class electronic connectors, electric cords and plugs, electrical receptacles, plug adapters, cord sets and much more. From initial design to development, whether you are looking for a cable assembly or a power supply cord, the experienced team at Kord King delivers rapid order turn-around times and excellent products – consistently adhering to our strict quality standards.

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  • Joliet, IL 800-683-7228

    United Universal Industries has developed a reputation over the years for helping customers resolve issues, repair products and design solutions that work for them. They are an excellent resource for locating other electrical products, parts and manufacturers. Contact United Universal today so they can begin helping you with your next pin connectors order.

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  • Cleveland, OH 888-327-6714

    Serving the aluminum extrusions world from Cleveland, Ohio, Talan Products specializes in a range of aluminum extrusion products and services. Talan Products is a quality conscious ISO 9001 certified vendor utilizing the latest in precision manufacturing technology. Whether you are an engineer needing a value product or a purchasing professional seeking a vendor, let us help you!

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  • Gurnee, IL 847-855-9200

    With more than 30 years of experience, American Industrial Company can manufacture the high quality electronic connectors you need! As an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer, you can count on our commitment to quality. Whether you’re looking for standard or custom connectors, we are confident that we can create the right washer for your applications.

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businessIndustry Information

Pin Connectors

Pin connectors are a type of electronic connector meant to connect two or more electrical circuits by using pins, which are short, straight, stiff pieces of wire, with a blunt head and a sharp point. Almost every type of electronic connector involves some type of pin, which is typically associated with a male electronic connector, as pins provide the ability to be inserted into female electronic connectors or receptacles, also known as plugs. 

Some common types of electrical pin connectors include multi-pin connectors, DIN connectors and stage pin connectors (also known as grounded stage pins or grounded stage connectors), which are widely used in the entertainment industry for stage lighting applications. In addition to the entertainment industry, there is a broad spectrum of applications and industries that utilize pin connectors: electrical devices such as batteries, speakers, antenna contacts and vibrators; automotives, in order to provide power to stereo systems; industrial manufacturing, in which pin connectors are able to withstand harsh environmental conditions; and telecommunications, for use in data communication equipment (DCE).


Pin connectors may be configured with the standard two pins, or they may be configured with many pins (as much as seven or eight, at times). As pins identified as being the male aspect of electronic connectors, many pin connectors are also configured as pin and socket connectors, with the socket considered the female aspect of electronic connectors. A specific type of pin that is an essential component of electronic pin connectors is referred to as a guide pin. A guide pin functions to provide alignment during the process of connecting mating connectors. Guide pins are very critical to pin connectors, because they are able to prevent contact damage due to the miss-mating of connectors. Also, pin connectors featuring solely two pins are becoming less commonly used than those featuring multiple pins, especially in industrial applications, in which numbers such as four or five pins are commonly utilized. In addition to the variance in the number of pins, there is also a diversity of pin shapes. Two prominent pin shapes are flat pins (the most common pin shape) and round pins (which are considerably less common). Flat pins are also at times referred to as blades, and are much easier to use when there are multiple pins, since they take up less space than round pins, which have a wider pin diameter.



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