25 Sep 2017

Panel mount M16 connector comes ready wired

binder, a manufacturer of circular connectors for industrial applications, announces a number of M16 connectors for panel mount applications.

These are additions to several series of binder M16 connectors – 581,680, 682, 423,723 and 425 - and come ready wired for time and cost savings. Applications will be widespread across industrial control and measurement as well as medical systems and professional audio equipment.

They can be supplied with 4 – 8 contacts and single PVC 0.34mm², AWG 22/7 cUL Style 1007/1569 wires. Rated current is 5-7A and rated voltage 60-250V and, when mated, models meet the requirements of IP40 or IP67.

binder offers these M16 panel mount connectors in both male and female versions and as standard they are supplied with 200mm cable lengths although other sizes can be specified as required.

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