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Hybrid device connectors with knurled nut

Hybrid device connectors with knurled nut

M23 Hybrid series device connectors from Phoenix Contact are now also available with a knurled nut. This enables devices such as servo drives to be connected using either coupler or cable connectors. Inputs and outputs can therefore be clearly distinguished – both visually and mechanically. This increases cabling safety, especially in daisy chain applications.

The hybrid connectors with pin or socket contacts enable the transmission of signals, data, and power in a single connector. A CAT5 data interface or four additional signal contacts are available for this. The device connectors are suitable for currents up to 30 A and voltages up to 630 V AC/850 V DC.

 

For further information please call 01555 751566 or email sales@phoenix1.co.uk

Feed-through connectors with 5.08 mm pitch

Feed-through connectors with 5.08 mm pitch

Phoenix Contact is introducing new feed-through connectors with 5.08 mm pitch to the market. The inverted connectors with screw connection are designed for conductor cross sections from 0.2 to 2.5 mm² and enable flying leads though the device panel.

The DFK-MSTB series is compatible with MSTB and FKC series connectors without flange, with screw flange, and with Lock and Release locking. The 2- to 16-pos. versions can transmit currents up to 12 A and voltages up to 320 V, and are suitable for a panel thickness of up to 5 mm.

For further information please call 01555 751566 or email sales@phoenix1.co.uk

 

Innovative push-pull standard M12 connector

Innovative push-pull standard M12 connector

Eight well-known manufacturers established on the market for M12 connectors – Phoenix Contact, Harting, Molex, Murrelektronik Electronic, Binder, Conec, Escha and Weidmüller – have come together to establisha standard for the push-pull locking mechanism of M12 connectors on the market. Together, they are pursuing the one goal of ensuring compatibility across manufacturers.

This joint approach resulted in the IEC 61076-2-010, a standard that describes both external and internal locking by utilising push-pull locking.

The vote on the CDV was approved with an outstanding 92.9 percent in favor. This indicates that a final form of the IEC mentioned can be expected in December 2020. With this standard, a milestone for automation technology has been achieved – both the saving of installation time and thus costs as well as a safe, robust and widely available locking system can be realised.

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 01555 751566 OR EMAIL SALES@PHOENIX1.CO.UK

New headers with 7.62 mm pitch

New headers with 7.62 mm pitch

The new horizontal and vertical headers from Phoenix Contact with 7.62 mm pitch are specifically tailored to the requirements of power electronics and are compatible with the LPC 6 and PC 6/.. ST-BUS series. Device manufacturers can therefore combine a header type with various connectors and implement devices with different connection technologies.

The headers are suitable for currents up to 41 A and for voltages up to 1000 V. The two- to six-position versions are available with a middle flange as an option, and provide increased touch protection in the pin connector pattern in accordance with IEC/UL 61800-5-1.

For further information please call 01555 751566 or email sales@phoenix1.co.uk

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

As of 20th April 2020 our offices are open again to receive deliveries and make shipments to customers.

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