Cable-to-cable connector series

  • 13-Nov-2017 01:38 EST
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The CTC series from ITT Cannon (Irvine, CA) is a simple-to-install, low-maintenance cable-to-cable interconnect solution. It is suitable for a wide variety of harsh environment vehicle applications where reliable signal circuits are critical to operating performance. According to the company, the CTC series uses Trident T2P and T3P contact technology that enables contacts to be hand inserted and eliminates the need for sealing plugs and wedge locks. The CTC series is available up to a 24-way variant and can accommodate a wide variety of wiring schemes and harness layouts. CTC is suited for use in under-the-hood electronics, inside the cab and in chassis, controllers and lighting systems in a variety of heavy and off-road vehicle applications, including construction, mining and agriculture, as well in trucks, buses and other automotive electric/hybrid applications.

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