Mil-spec cordsets for rugged applications

Turck's Mil-spec cordsets are designed to reduce downtime and maintenance costs by eliminating field assembly, soldering and wiring. They meet NEMA standards as well as IP67 and IP68 standards.

10/25/2012


Turck's Mil-spec cordsets are designed to reduce downtime and maintenance costs by eliminating field assembly, soldering and wiring. They meet NEMA standards as well as IP67 and IP68 standards.Turck introduces overmolded Mil-Spec Cordsets for rugged applications. These Mil-Spec Cordsets are factory-tested to ensure optimal performance for applications in harsh environments, including automotive, mobile equipment and oil and gas.

Turck Mil-Spec Cordsets eliminate field assembly, soldering and wiring—allowing operators to reduce downtime and maintenance labor and costs. Overmolded cordsets also provide the flexibly to seal to a wide variety of cable types. For easy application integration, these Mil-Spec Cordsets are compatible with other Turck products and standard Mil-Spec receptacles.

Turck overmolded Mil-Spec Cordsets are available in shell sizes 8-24, in addition to threaded, bayonet and reverse bayonet styles. They meet NEMA 1, 3, 4 and 6P and are rated IP67 and IP68. Cable options include NEK 606, ABS and IEEE 1580.

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