Posted on November 14, 2011 - ( views)
Offering the highest contact density of any connector in the range, this multi-contact double module can include up to 12 contacts, including coaxial contacts as well as contacts for optical waveguides. The precision manufactured components allow the use of a broad range of optical waveguides, from POF to multimode fibers. Added to HARTING’s Han-Modular connector family, the new module offers a 50% higher packing density compared to connectors previously available on the market. It can be combined with all known standard housings and housings from the Han-Eco and Han-Yellock series. In addition to multiple-channel data transmission, the new multi-contact double module also allows simultaneous implementation of power contacts, which is particularly useful in hybrid cabling concepts that integrate data transmission and power supply in one connector.
Marienwerder Straße 3
Fitted with patch cables
Flexible and user-friendly
Up to 10 Gbit/s transmission rate
830V rated high voltage version available
For mounting on walls and pillars
Available as angled version
Mounted on walls and pillars
Include Power over Ethernet
Cuts & strips polymer optical fibers
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