Signal Interface Highest-Density Module

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Allows users to place around 25% more contacts in the same space

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Signal Interface Highest-Density Module
Signal Interface Highest-Density Module

The new Han DD(R) Quad module from Harting is the highest-density module available in the company's Han-Modular(R) industrial connector family. The new module incorporates space for 42 Han D(R) contacts with crimp termination, allowing users to place around 25% more contacts in the same space. As a result, complete connector configurations can be realised in a smaller volume and more cost effectively than was previously possible. The module is primarily designed as a signal interface, and features 10 A and 150 V electrical design characteristics. Since the UL working voltage can reach 250 V, the module may also be used in power supplies for industrial applications in conjunction with the Han(R) IP 65 connectors.

Posted on January 19, 2015 - (540 views)
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Harting Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG
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