EMC shielded connector

  • 02-Sep-2008 05:05 EDT

A two-position HVA 400 plug and cap inline connector system from Tyco Electronics is designed for handling high-voltage EMC shielding applications for alternative-powered systems. The wire-to-wire sealed connector system is based on a 4.0 mm (0.16 in) pin and socket terminal system and a robust and scalable compact package. The terminal can carry 33 A continuous at 125ºC (257ºF) on 3 mm2 (0.0046 in2) wire, and the nominal voltage rating is 300 V dc. The connector is designed to accommodate an optional high-voltage interlock to minimize the risk of live exposed terminals or destructive arcing.

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