Turck’s M23 powerfast cordsets, receptacles have 6- and 8-pin configurations

Turck reports that its new 6- and 8-pin M23 powerfast assembled cordsets and encapsulated receptacles can be used to provide power (up to 28 A at 600 V) to motors, material handling systems, and other heavy-duty applications.

04/07/2005


Turck reports that its new 6- and 8-pin M23 powerfast assembled cordsets and encapsulated receptacles can be used to provide power (up to 28 A at 600 V) to motors, material handling systems, and other heavy-duty applications. The 6-pin configuration is offered with 6/12 AWG at 28 A and 600 V. The 8-pin configuration is offered with 4/12 AWG and 4/18 AWG at 8 A and 300 V.

Each configuration is offered with PVC cable and connectors that provide waterproof protection to IEC IP 67. Mating receptacles are offered as front mount style in fully encapsulated brass housings. These components are available in straight, male or female, and as pigtails or extension cords.

—Jim Montague, news editor, Control Engineering, jmontague@reedbusiness.com





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