Connector series for factory automation, transportation

Harting's M12 Slim Design connectors and components with crimp termination technology in factory automation and transportation applications and carry data in processes such as optical technologies used in monitoring high-speed production lines.

08/20/2015


Harting's M12 Slim Design connectors and components with crimp termination technology in factory automation and transportation applications and carry data in processes such as optical technologies used in monitoring high-speed production lines. Courtesy:Harting's M12 Slim Design connectors and components with crimp termination technology in factory automation and transportation applications for 1-10 Gigabit Ethernet communications. Female and male versions of the M12 Slim Design connectors have a 16.5 mm external diameter for integration on devices where space is limited—especially in the case of the female version. The Slim Design connectors conform to IEC 61076-2-109, and comply with Cat. 6a and Performance Class Ea. Harting's M12 X-Code lineup features standard as well as the Slim Design connectors. These connectors are eight-wire interfaces for carrying data in processes such as optical technologies—cameras and inspection systems—used in monitoring production lines. Harting also offers over-molded variants of these connectors in different lengths as well as complementary M12 components.

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