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Integrated Protective Caps
Integrated Protective Caps

Protective caps for panel mount connectors from Franz Binder, are now available for the front mounted 718 series versions, permitting the securing strap to be integrated in the connector. Thanks to the securing strap, the caps are captive. Housing and washer are made of PA, the securing strap of PUR, and the seal of NBR. The securing strap is integrated into the connector geometry. This saves spaces and reduces the installation time. An additional fixing is no longer required. These protective caps fulfill IP67 when screwed in.

Edited by: Filip Burm

Posted on November 3, 2010 - (1146 views)
Franz Binder GmbH & Co. elektrische Bauelemente KG
Rötelstraße 27
74172 Neckarsulm - Germany
+49-7132-3250
+49-7132-325150
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