New 1-1/8 in. M23 connectors provide 19 pins
Turck expanded its 1-1/8 inch minifast connector line to handle more applications with a 19-pin connector that is rated for up to 300 V, 4 A per pin.
Turck IP68 1-1/8 inch industrial network connector
Minneapolis, MN – Turck has expanded its 1-1/8 inch minifast connector line to handle more applications with a 19-pin connector that is rated for up to 300 V, 4 A per pin. It is a solution for applications that require a more cost-effective solution than a traditional 19-pin M23 connector, such as material handling in manufacturing and packaging applications.
The connector adds to the existing 9, 10, and 12-pin 1-1/8 in. minifast line. Other minifast connector sizes and pin counts are available, including a 7/8 in. connector with two through six pins, and a 1-in. connector with six through eight pins. All provide IEC IP68 protection.
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