Electrical connectors

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LADD Industries, the U.S. distributor of Deutsch Industrial electrical connectors, has added the DTSK Series to the Deutsch product line. Deutsch Industrial provides a variety of connector solutions for the off-highway, trucking, construction, agricultural, and engine industries. The new DTSK Series are easy-to-use single cavity connectors, suitable for high-power applications. DTSK Series connectors are made of heavy-duty thermoplastic and accept size Ø8 mm contacts that are rated up to 150 A. The new connector series features latch style mating and an integrated secondary lock, simplifying connector assembly. Wire seal grommets are available to prevent dirt, dust, and moisture from contaminating connections, making the series an effective option for applications that require a high-power environmentally sealed connector.

Booth 306 at SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress.

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