Yamaichi adds over-moulded bent relief to push-pull circular connectors
On request, the cable outlet in connection with a cable assembly for the push-pull Y-Circ P connector can be equipped with an over-moulded bent relief. This prevents unwanted unscrewing of the connector without the need for gluing, explains the company. The bent relief design increases its flexibility in comparison with standard bent relief versions, claims the company.
Yamaichi Electronics believes it is the only manufacturer capable of offering complete cable assemblies with over-moulded in-house M12 and push-pull connectors. In addition, adapter cable assemblies for connecting M12 or push-pull connectors to RJ45 or USB interfaces are possible with the industrial connector series Y-Con.
Yamaichi Electronics produces the Y-Circ P in its factory in Frankfurt, Germany. Cable assemblies for in-house and third-party products are also manufactured there.
Customer-specific designs and adaptations to the requirements of cable assemblies can also be realised. Yamaichi Electronics offers the advantage that all required components are available onsite and the entire cable assembly including the over-moulding can be manufactured at a single production location.
Yamaichi Electronics is a market leader for test and burn-in sockets, connectors and connection systems. It manufactures reliable components for demanding applications in various markets and applications such as semiconductor, industrial automation, automotive, data networking, measurement and test, medical, mobile computing and embedded computing.
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