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Conec – Robust high-reliability IP67-rated combination D-subminiature connectors (4-40 UNC)Jul 19 2012 - Switches, Relays & Onboard [More Switches, Relays & Onboard Articles]
A new series of IP67-rated combination D-subminiature connectors, which deliver high reliability in rugged environments, has been developed by Conec.
Available in the latest one-piece ‘solid body’ frame design, the IP67-rated combination D-sub connectors are supplied pre-populated with signal, high power or coaxial contacts. Available in standard combination pin configurations, they are designed to provide a single-connector solution for harsh environment applications requiring a combination of power, signal and coaxial connections. Conec uses only high-quality, gold-plated machined contacts to make the best interface possible.
The IP67-rated combination D-sub connectors feature a die-cast metal frame and O-ring to seal the connector to the panel. The D-sub connectors are designed to interface directly with MIL-C-24308 connector standards. All plastic materials comply with UL94V-0 standards, says the company.
“These water-resistant and dust-proof IP67 combination D-subminiature connectors ensure a continuously secure connection and afford our customers a convenient and practical solution for devices that experience harsh environmental factors,” said Peter Persico, technical support specialist, Conec. “Our ability to create custom options that satisfy virtually any mix of coaxial, power or signal needs within a single connector enables customers to develop new and innovate designs.”
Available with 4-40 UNC or M3 threaded inserts, the IP67 combination D-subminiature connectors feature power rating ranges from 10A to 20A with a temperature range of -40C to +105C. The combination D-subminiature connector is both RoHS and REACH compliant. The combination D-subminiature connectors are available in a variety of configurations from shell size 1 through 5. Accessories, such as waterproof hoods and sealing caps, are also offered.More news from Conec