Harting Han-Quick Lock terminals: Reliable, space saving

Harting Han-Quick Lock is optimally designed for high contact densities and saves applied cost by reducing wiring time compared to screw terminals by 20%.


Rear view of Harting Han Q5/0 insert with Han-Quick Lock contact

Harting Han-Quick Lock


Elgin, IL - Harting's new termination technology combines reliability and simple handling with the space saving benefits of crimp technology. Han-Quick Lock is optimally designed for high contact densities and saves applied cost by reducing wiring time compared to screw terminals by 20%. Also see from Control Engineering : Making connections; how more work for Harting is less effort for customers .

No other technology is this simple, space-saving and fast, the company says. Additionally, this vibration-resistant termination requires no special tooling.

They are suitable for markets such as renewable energy and factory automation or any application that requires a field-installable connector.The first product equipped with the new termination technology is Han PushPull Power 4/0. Further products will follow, company says, including the Han 4 A, Han Q 5/0, Han 7 D, Han 8 D and Han EE modules.

Harting North America supports and sells the Han-Quick Lock; see related video .

-Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief, Control Engineering www.controleng.com









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