The Binder M12 cable connector with crimp termination is designed to withstand vibration more effectively than screw and solder-terminated connectors.
Binder has added an M12 crimp-style cable connector to its M12 product line. Designed to withstand vibration more effectively than screw and solder-terminated connectors, the new crimp connection is ideal for acute working conditions and high-motion applications.
The crimped connection guarantees a secure connection with high-vibration and -shock loads. The advantage of the crimp design is the gas-tight pin connection, which ensures low contact resistance, even under extreme loads. It also allows you to process the contacts outside of the connector and latch them later during the assembly process.
Male and female gold turned contacts are sold separately and accept wires between 22 and 20AWG. Assembly of the contacts requires conventional crimp tools and crimp machines. A synthetic slider is also included in the female cable connector to assist in holding the contacts during assembly.
These connectors are available in A- and B-coding and are shielded with an iris spring. The A-coded connectors also have a non-shielded version available. When fully mated all connections are rated IP67 for protection from ingress of liquids and debris. Rated at 4A and 250V per contact, these connectors are designed for cable diameters ranging from 4 to 6mm and 5 to 8mm.
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