Power connector line

  • 17-Aug-2016 05:40 EDT


Able to withstand harsh environments, Positronic’s (Springfield, MO) new power connector family provides IP65/IP67 sealing capability. According to the company, the new Panther line of rugged electronic connectors is the first produced by the company to offer IP65/IP67 sealing capability, conformance to EN45525-2 HL3 (a globally recognized standard for smoke and toxicity requirements) and the ability to operate reliably at temperatures up to 200ºC (392ºF). Panther also features up to 35 amps per contact, shock and vibration performance to EIA-364-28F test condition IV and has an LCP insulator. The strong and versatile Panther family is suitable for use in rail, aerospace, battery, earthmoving and other related applications. For more information, visit www.connectpositronic.com.

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