Receptacles and panel adaptors added to code connectors

Harting's complementary code components—straight and angled PCB receptacles and M12-to-RJ45 panel adaptors as well as an M12 gender changer have been added to the har-speed M12 X-Code connectors to facilitate Gigabit Ethernet installations in machine and plant automation.

12/17/2014


Harting has introduced complementary code components—straight and angled PCB receptacles and M12-to-RJ45 panel adaptors as well as an M12 gender changer to facilitate Gigabit Ethernet installations in machine and plant automation. Courtesy: HartingHarting's complementary code components—straight and angled PCB receptacles and M12-to-RJ45 panel adaptors as well as an M12 gender changer—have been added to the har-speed M12 X-Code connectors. The added parts have been developed to facilitate 6A Gigabit Ethernet installations that are used in machine and plant automation. The new straight and angled receptacles and adaptors meet the requirements for Cat 6A and Performance Class EA, with maximum transfer rates for 1/10 Gigabits. This is designed to make them useful for the 8-wire Ethernet environment or for transferring signals. A mounting bracket also is offered for the M12 X-Code gender changer. The har-speed X-Code connectors are designed to manage data on high-speed monitoring lines. The X-code connectors’ mating face shields the connector area and the coding of the mating face, while ensuring fault-free plugging with other 8-pole M12 connectors.

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