Circular connectors

  • 04-Jan-2010 08:34 EST
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Featuring finger protection and IP69K sealing for harsh environments, ITT Interconnect Solutions’ APD one-way connector ensures safety in hybrid and electric vehicles. The robust connector provides maximum user safety to withstand elements in harsh environments, therefore making it suitable for use in transportation and automotive applications. Easy to use, the APD one-way finger protective connector has a plastic cap that protects the user’s fingers. The connector receptacles mate with standard APD one-way plugs and incorporate the company’s APD contact, crimp, and coupling nut system. Pin contacts are available with standard crimp and additional screw or bolt terminations. Voltage rating for the devices is to 400 V dc in mated condition, and the connectors are capable of handling voltages to 630 V dc based on normative regulations. The connectors suit cable cross sections from 16 mm (0.63 in) squared to 50 mm (1.96 in) squared.

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