APD connectors

  • 15-Jun-2009 02:33 EDT
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The range of APD connectors from ITT Interconnect Solutions has expanded with one-, seven-, and 51-way devices. The connectors feature an easy-locking mechanism and high sealing capabilities, making them well suited for use in off-highway vehicles, boats, industrial automation, and defense applications where sealing against fluids is critical. The connectors use copper alloy contacts, and the housings are made of high-grade PBT. They feature bayonet mating and secondary contact locking, ensuring secure connector coupling, while mechanical- and color-coding provides quick, simple assembly. The series comes in one- and two-way power configurations as well as seven to 51 signal contact versions. They are rated to 70 A per contact and are sealed to IP 69K approvals (IP 68 sealing is available upon request).
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