Connector module handles high currents of up to 70A

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Connector module handles high currents of up to 70AHarting's new Han 70 A crimp module is the latest addition to the company's Han-Modular Series of heavy-duty connectors. Designed for use in applications presenting tough mechanical demands, the new module is plug-compatible with the existing Han 70 A axial screw module and allows the transmission of high power levels within a compact space. In a typical application, up to 12 power contacts rated at 70A and 1000V can be implemented in a pluggable version in a Han 24 B connector configuration.

The new unit can incorporate two power contacts per module and up to six modules per connector. It has a high working voltage of 100V, combined with a large conductor cross-section of 10 to 25mm2. The use of crimp termination technology means that crimping tools already on hand can be used, although contacts can also be removed without tools.

As an open connector system, the Han-Modular series is especially flexible and allows adaptation to users' individual requirements, so that customers can assemble their own combinations of connectors to satisfy the required configuration. The range currently includes 36 modules for electrical, optical and gaseous signals, with new modules continually being added.

Follow the link to view the data sheet for the Han 70 A crimp module (240kB PDF).

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