Connectors for factory automation and industrial lighting applications

Molex's Brad Micro-Push M12 Connectors are designed for factory automation and industrial lighting applications and have an IP65 rating to protect them against ingress of solids and can withstand low-pressure water streams.

06/03/2015


Molex's Brad Micro-Push M12 Connectors are designed for factory automation and industrial lighting applications and have an IP65 rating to protect them against ingress of solids and can withstand low-pressure water streams. Courtesy: MolexMolex's Brad Micro-Push M12 Connectors are designed for factory automation and industrial lighting applications. The connectors feature a push-on mating interface designed to reduce installation time and facilitate simple blind-mate connections in tight locations. They are constructed without any metal components and have an IP65 rating to protect them against ingress of solids and can withstand low-pressure water streams. They also include a threadless coupling design that eliminates reverse threading in high-vibration environments. The visual and tactile keyway alignment ensures complete interface mating to deliver vibration resistance while the non-metallic coupler alleviates grounding and electrostatic discharge concerns. The Brad-Micro Push connector also offers backward compatibility with legacy M12 connectors.

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