SPS Press Release

HARTING presenting sustainable and smart Connectivity+ solutions

At the traditional HARTING press conference at the SPS, interested journalists learned about sustainable Connectivity+ solutions.

After a Corona hiatus of up to four years, the autumn trade fairs SPS (08 November 2022 - 10 November 2022) and electronica (15 November 2022 - 18 November 2022) will once again be held live on location. In addition to technologies for smart, digital automation, the HARTING Technology Group will be using these opportunities to highlight products and solutions that enable the sustainable and responsible use of our resources...

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Han® HPR HPTC: Performance gains for transformers in harsh environments

The Han® HPTC: powerful, durable, simple to install and safe to use.

Launching the Han® HPR HPTC, HARTING is providing a high-performance, durable and easy-to-install transformer interface that is equally well suited for outdoor and indoor scenarios. The connector complies with all relevant railway standards such as vibration resistance and imperviousness to splash water and salt spray...

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Han® Q Hybrid: Compact power supply packing in power, signal and data components

The Han® Q Hybrid is ideal, for example, for connecting motors, actuators or sensors in the medium power range.

Machine builders, automation and robotics manufacturers need compact, space-saving interfaces for their modular and highly precise designs. HARTING has developed the Han® Q Hybrid for connecting motors, actuators and sensors in the medium power range - and will be presenting this new development to the trade public at SPS 2022...

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Han® S 120: Flexible battery storage connectors for pinpoint precise green power feed-in

The front-mounted Han® S solution offers high performance, flexible connections and user safety.

Han® S is the name of HARTING’s front mounting solution for transmitting high currents in energy storage systems. The connectors are used for the series or parallel connection of battery storage modules or to connect storage and management modules. The developers have focused on high performance, flexible connections and user safety...

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Han® Domino Module / HPR Compact: The perfect pair for demanding applications and tight installation space

The combination of Han® Domino Module and Han® HPR Compact achieves optimal compact dimensions for interfaces in harsh environments.

Miniaturisation is a major long-term trend in manufacturing technology and automation: New components are expected to be more compact, but at least as powerful as the previous state of the art - and consume fewer resources at the same time. This is particularly true of the new Han-Modular® Domino modules that HARTING is presenting at SPS 2022 in Nuremberg. These modular interfaces require only half the installation space of previous standard solutions...

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Reliable Ethernet connections for today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow    

Comparison Mini PushPull ix Industrial® and PushPull variant 4: The Mini PushPull caters to the ongoing miniaturisation trend and also offers the right interface for small devices in demanding application environments.

Ethernet is conquering more and more areas of industrial applications. Little by little, step by step, it is penetrating the last niches of the field level. A development that ensures more and more continuity and, in addition to real-time capabilities, also entails the simultaneous transmission of higher data rates and the supply of voltage..

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Miniaturisation the easy way - with the Han® 1A Power Overmolded

The Han® 1A Power Overmolded

With the Han® 1A Power Overmolded, HARTING is responding to the ongoing miniaturisation trends. The overmolded system cables deliver a whole range of advantages. Transmitting power of up to 16A / 400V, all system cables meet protection class IP67 when plugged in...

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