binder has added to its M12-A-coded connector product range with the arrival of two new versions which expands its Series 763
Adding to an already broad (and continuously growing) product portfolio, binder’s circular connector offering in the M12-A segment alone includes hundreds of different solutions that are now supplemented with two new rectangular flange versions.
The company’s rectangular flange code-positioning connectors include another stranded-wire version with a new 26 mm rectangular housing and a version with solder contacts. The new 26 mm rectangular housing for the stranded-wire version uses the same drilling template as the M16 rectangular flange connector. In this way, it is possible to switch to M12 without changing the existing housing.
For simple and reliable installation, binder is relying on a two-part approach consisting of the housing and the contact holder. With this, the coding nose of the contact holder can be positioned in increments of 45°. With a user-friendly installation and sealing concept, the new versions comply with IP68, even without a defined tightening torque. Besides sealing, the rectangular flange connectors are temperature-resistant over a range from -40°Celsius to +85°Celsius.
The M12-A positioning rectangular flange connectors are available with 4, 5 and 8 pins in the stranded-wire version with a 20 mm or 26 mm rectangular housing. They are also available in a solder version with a 20 mm rectangular housing.