ITT Cannon's robust Cm2 series low-voltage connectors are designed to be used instead of two circular connectors, providing higher power capacity in in a smaller package that weighs half as much. Being 50 per cent shorter than comparable circular connectors, and benefiting from a low-profile design, the Cm2 connectors are useful for small servo motors requiring low currents in applications where space is at a premium - such as industrial motion control, robotics, factory automation and material handling.
Benefiting from only one housing for three signal connectors, the Cm2 series connectors feature a maximum current of 3A at 80degC and a maximum voltage of 48V AC with a wire section of 1mm2 maximum. Installation is fast thanks to simple harnessing and easy contact assembly. Cm2 series connectors benefit from crimp contacts, excellent vibration resistance and are completely shielded and sealed, including the two entries for power and signal cables.
Further technical details for the Cm2 connectors include a contact resistance of less than 10mOhm, an insulation resistance of more than 5000MOhm, an operating temperature range of -40 to +125degC and an IP rating of IP65 or IP67.
More information about ITT's CmX servo motor connectors is available here: www.machinebuilding.net/p/p1122.htm.