24 Apr 2018

Additions to popular snap-in miniature circular connector family

binder has added to its snap-in 720 Series of miniature circular connectors. The new twin distributor – a single male connector into two female connectors – will prove a welcome addition among those designers and installers who need to use miniature circular connectors in today’s machine building and automation applications.

The binder 720 Series is made up of low-cost plastic bodied connectors designed with a snap-in locking mechanism and protected to IP67 when mated. binder designed the 720 Series for use in applications where a simple waterproof connection is needed in harsh environments. The new twin distributor features 3 and 5 gold plated contacts rated up to 7A at 250V (5A at 125V).

binder 720 Series connectors come in black as standard but binder can supply other colour coded versions - red, blue and green if required. Medical grade versions in RAL 9002 are also available. The cable connectors are field attachable, have solder bucket termination and can be mated in-line for an extension piece or coupled with the solder bucket or dip solder panel receptacles. Two metre single-ended overmoulded cable versions are also available on request in all pin configurations.

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