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Space-saving Contacts with highest contact density
Space-saving Contacts with highest contact density

Thanks to a very compact design, the Han EEE series from Harting, have the highest contact density up to 16 A, that has ever been possible in a monoblock with Han E crimp contacts. The Han EEE series is available in two sizes: Han 40 EEE with 40 crimp contacts of size 16 B and HAN 64 EEE with 64 crimp contacts of size 24 B. They can be inserted into the housing series: Han B, Han EMC, Han M and Han HPR. Furthermore they can be used for control cabinet assembly with Han-Snap and are suited for 500 V at 16 A.

Posted on November 13, 2009 - (1506 views)
HARTING KGaA
Marienwerder Straße 3
32339 Espelkamp - Germany
+49-5772-47244
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