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M12 Connector - PushPull
Vibration-free circular connector. No screws. Plug in with a "click".
What are M12 Connectors?
Rapid Vibration-Proof Connection with One Click - M12 PushPull
M12 connectors are simple and reliable circular pushpull connectors that provide fast and easy connection in high vibration environments - this is the idea behind the HARTING M12 PushPull. The M12 PushPull brings the benefits of the HARTING PushPull in the form factor of an M12.
The connector's robust housing and reliable locking system makes it perfectly suited in harsh, heavy vibration environments. An audible click indicates when connection is made and simple assembly that requires no special tools means installation in the field quick and easy. The M12 PushPull saves space by eliminating the need for additional access space for screwing the connector into position. The design also includes knurling on the side of the connector ensuring easy handling.
The M12 PushPull boasts an IP67 rating and is suited for temperatures ranging from from -40°C up to +85°C. It is available in A, D, and X-code versions and is suitable for Class EA up to 10 GB for the 8-poles X-coded version. It features 360° shielding and uses crimp and IDC (field termination) termination.
The design also includes knurling on the side of the connector ensuring easy handling. M12 PushPull device side housings are also backwards compatible with the standard threaded style M12 cable connectors. This feature allows for any existing M12 connector to be connected to the HARTING M12 PushPull receptacle, as well as, utilization of the quick connect PushPull technology achieved with HARTING’s M12 PushPull cable connectors.
An audible click indicates when connection is made and simple assembly that requires no special tools means installation in the field quick and easy.
For Harsh Applications
Space on board trains and rail cars is a rather scarce commodity. Consequently, everything needs to be smaller and space-saving. The new angled design makes it possible to produce smaller housings for switches and other connections. Angling the cable exits means these e.g. require less space adjacent to the housing door, which can move closer to the switch or switches.