30 Apr 2018

Panel-mount is positionable and lockable for easy installation

binder, a specialist in industrial circular connectors for factory sensor and actuator applications, has announced a new panel-mount male M12 connector that is uniquely positionable and lockable which makes the installation of wires a simple and flexible operation.

The Series 763 M12 A-coded square flange male connector consists of separate housing and contact carrier which means the flange housing can be mounted and the carrier can then be subsequently installed even from various angles – which often happens during installation.

Available with 4, 5 or 8 gold plated contacts, the new Series 763 M12 panel mount connector is rated up to 250V and protects to IP68 when mated. To ensure fast and easy termination, the M12 connector handles AWG24/7 wires.

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