Front locking nut technology for M12 connectors

Mencom's front locking nut technology for M12 connectors are designed for thread mount applications that need specific keyway orientations due to the space constraint or any other unexpected engineering situations.

07/24/2016


Mencom's front locking nut technology for M12 connectors are designed for thread mount applications that need specific keyway orientations due to the space constraint or any other unexpected engineering situations. Courtesy: MencomMencom's front locking nut technology for M12 connectors are designed for thread mount applications that need specific keyway orientations due to the space constraint or any other unexpected engineering situations. They allow the keyway to be freely rotated to any orientation required by adjusting the connector and the front lock nut. This technology allows control over which direction the keyway ends up after the thread is fully engaged. The front lock nut receptacles are UL listed and rated IP67 to provide reliable connectivity in harsh environments and are available in multiple pole configurations including. The mounting thread options are available in both PG9 and M16.

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