Multifast connectors

Molded M27 multifast connectors from Turck can be used to provide power and signals to factory automation equipment and can be replacements for DB-25 style connectors in industrial setting where DB-25 connectors are limited to 30 Volts and low current. Ideal for automotive, semiconductor, and material handling applications, the 26- and 28-pin connectors are rated for 150 volts and 5 Amps and ca...

10/01/2007


Molded M27 multifast connectors from Turck can be used to provide power and signals to factory automation equipment and can be replacements for DB-25 style connectors in industrial setting where DB-25 connectors are limited to 30 Volts and low current. Ideal for automotive, semiconductor, and material handling applications, the 26- and 28-pin connectors are rated for 150 volts and 5 Amps and can handle up to 18 AWG wires, says the company. The cordsets provide IEC IP 67 protection and offer male or female, straight, and right angle connectors, standard and custom lengths, and pigtails or extensions. Fully encapsulated mating receptacles with front mount threads are also available. www.turck.com Turck

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