Washdown connectors for harsh conditions, cordsets
Belden's Lumberg Automation brand wash-down connectors are optionally available as single-ended or double-ended actuator/sensor cord sets and are resistant to chemicals and cleaning agents.
Belden's Lumberg Automation brand wash-down connectors are optionally available as single-ended or double-ended actuator/sensor cord sets, these connectors come with an M8 or M12 thread and a hexagonal stainless steel coupling nut.
Resistant to aggressive chemicals and cleaning agents, these new connectors have an operating temperature range of -40 to +105 C. They also satisfy IP67, IP68 and IP69K requirements for ingress protection. As a result they can be high-pressure cleaned, and are therefore ideally suited for use in areas where stringent rules of hygiene apply (such as in the food and beverage sector, chemical and pharmaceutical industries). The seal of quality by ECOLAB attests to the suitability of the connectors for wash-down applications worldwide.
Other features include gold-plated crimp contacts, high shock and vibration resistance, and simple installation. The wash-down connectors guarantee reliable data transmission even under harsh environmental conditions to keep equipment up and running.
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