Cordsets, receptacles

Minifast B and C size cordsets and receptacles are industry-standard connectors built to meet SAE H1738-2 specification.


Minifast B and C size cordsets and receptacles are industry-standard connectors built to meet SAE H1738-2 specification. Available in 6-, 7-, 8-, 9-, 10-, or 12-pin configurations, connectors can be used for power and signals to factory automation equipment in a variety of industries. Rugged devices feature 2-mm pins and spring style contacts for exceptional current ratings. Extended coupling nut design provides pull strength of more than 200 lb. Cordsets come in PVC, PUR, weldlife TPE, and flexlife-10 high-flex cable.

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