HARTING's Guide to Industrial Connectors

Modular or Monobloc?

Following on from the benefits of using a connector over hardwiring, there are two types of connectors you will need to be aware of when designing an interface for your applications.

Modular Connector

A modular connector is a multipurpose connector that can simultaneously provide multiple sources of connectivity. Data, power, signal and pneumatic can be provided in one housing due to the ability of combining various modules to create a unique interface.

 

Han-Eco® Modular Connector
Han-Eco® Monoblock Connector

Monobloc Connector

A monobloc is a single purpose connector that provides only one source of connectivity such as power or signal. Because of this, the monobloc is able to provide a high density of contacts under one housing and enables interfaces and systems to be standardised.

 

Modular or monobloc?

Download our comprehensive guide to:

  • Make an informed decision on the type of connector you need for your application.
  • Learn about the modular and monobloc system.
  • Useful technical information you need to consider when designing your solution.
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