Amphenol Industrial’s RoboLok primary circuit power connector enables quick disconnect and easy assembly with the power of RADSOK technology.
Amphenol Industrial Products Group now offers RoboLok, a three-position, high-current primary circuit power connector. This new connector features three fixed, proprietary RADSOK contacts on each connector, offering a wide range of cable contact configurations.
Ideal for use by industrial robotic manufacturers, RoboLok uses RADSOK contacts to deliver an ample operating temperature rise and a current capacity up to 200A continuous on a 50mm² wire. This is 20 amps higher than the industry standard.
The unique design of RoboLok offers quick disconnects as well as easy tool-less assembly/ maintenance in addition to delivering the power of Amphenol’s RADSOK technology.
This innovative power connector is the most cost-effective on the market and can be used in industrial robots, tool-changer systems, and automated assembly lines as well as in a variety of other industrial applications.
Amphenol’s compact RoboLok connector features a 2+PE configuration with FMLB that is safe to operate during hot-plugging while also offering a lightweight, compact composite modular design.
Amphenol’s RoboLok offers a voltage rating of 1,000VAC/DC. This IP67-rated connector has an operating temperature range of -40°C to +100°C and is able to withstand a minimum of 500 mating cycles. Until the introduction of RoboLok, the industry standard operating temperature range was only -20°C to +100°C.
Robolok is the only three-position, high-current, primary circuit power connector of its kind on the market with repairable components. Other equivalent industry-standard connector components are often unrepairable and need to be completely replaced.
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