Multi-pole combination connector offers contact density
The Han K32/55 sets new standards in the miniaturisation of rectangular connectors, claims Harting. With a combination of 32 power and 55 signal contacts for use in size 10B housings, the addition to Harting’s Han-Com series offers exceptional contact density to save customers both time and money, says the company.
According to Harting, reduced cost and time saving result from combination of two connectors into a single Han K32/55, incorporating the crimp contacts of the D series and D-Sub series into a single closed unit. This allows the connection of a maximum of 32 power contacts (10A / 250V / 4kV/2) and 55 signal contacts (4A / 50V / 0.8kV/2).
Customers can select from silver or gold contact surfaces and can also use existing crimp contacts and tooling. Each contact chamber is numbered to rule out incorrect wiring during assembly, adds Harting.
Depending on the application and the environmental requirements, the use of the size 10B housing enables flexible installation in compatible metal housings including Han B, Han M, Han EMC, Han HPR and Han-INOX.
The Harting Group develops, manufactures and distributes electrical and electronic connectors, network components, pre-assembled system cables, and backplane assemblies. These products are capable of withstanding the harshest demands in industrial environments and provide high data rates for electronic applications.
Harting connectors and network components are used in mechanical engineering and plant manufacturing, in automation systems, energy generation and distribution, and in electronic and telecommunication markets. Industrial connectors are also vital in construction machinery, rail vehicles and shipbuilding. Harting offers Ethernet network components and cable systems for both indoor and outdoor networking applications involving power and data.
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