Harting outdoor PushPull I/O connector

FCI and Harting partnered to offer a PushPull locking mechanism, which provides the smallest size family of IP67 rated connections on the market for data, power and signal over copper and fiber.


Harting Outdoor PushPull I/O connector family for copper and fiber

FCI and Harting partnered to introduce a new standard in PushPull technology for telecom outdoor solutions. The technology includes a PushPull locking mechanism, which provides the smallest size family of IP67 rated connections on the market for data, power and signal over copper and fiber.

FCI and Harting reached the agreement for FCI to become a certified second source for Harting Outdoor PushPull I/O connector family. The Outdoor I/O product family is the industry’s highest-density, easily installable IP67 solution for fiber, power and copper signal connections.

The easy installable Outdoor I/O design will eliminate the need to inventory costly cable assemblies. These rugged, easily installable solutions are an excellent choice for WiMax and LTE base stations as well as other outdoor applications.

“The innovative PushPull design provides the end user with a cost-effective product which can be placed in a denser footprint than typical circular connectors,” said Grace Showers, global product marketing manager at FCI. “FCI and Harting will be certified second sources for the Outdoor I/O product which will assure electrical and mechanical compatibility and assure continuity of supply for this emerging standardized I/O solution,” she says.

Harting North America

Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief

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