Cable assembly for applications with limited space
Harting has increased the extensive product portfolio with the new High Density D-Sub 44 pole over moulded cable assembly, suited for use in cabinets and control units.
One of the advantages of the new High Density D-Sub cable assembly is a 45 degree cable entry. Therefore, this cable assembly can be used for applications with limited space. Additionally, the cable assembly offers the advantages of the over moulding technique, rendering the assembly in the field not necessary.
A high performance cable is assembled with the premium HD D-Sub 44 pole Harting connectors. Due to the 360 degree shielding of the connector and the cable the complete assembly fulfils important requirements regarding EMC protection. Harting’s solution is offered in the degree of protection IP 20 and is therefore especially suited for use in cabinets and control units.
The high performance High Density D-Sub cable assembly is available in different standard lengths for a wide range of installations, demonstrating Harting 's strengths as an expert provider of system components.
Harting Technology Group
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, CFE Media, www.controleng.com
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