Hybrid lever connector system

  • 07-Mar-2016 10:24 EST
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The AMPSEAL 16 hybrid lever connector system from TE Connectivity is a heavy-duty environmentally sealed system that withstands the harsh conditions of agricultural, construction, trucking, marine, and off-highway industries. It features 28 position connectors that consist of a mix of twenty-four size 16 contacts and four size 12 contacts. The connectors incorporate a lever slide mechanism for easy mating and use mounting clips for quick and tool-less mounting. To help prevent mismating, two keying options are available. Thermoplastic wire covers are also available to provide a finished look and extra protection from the elements. For more information, visit www.te.com/ict.

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