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Push pullYamaichi Electronics presents the M12 push pull connector with internal locking. The cable-side connector snaps into the device socket from the inside with the locking hooks. As a result, the push-pull system requires exactly the same installation space as a common M12 connection with screw locking. With this technology, the M12 device socket can be fully integrated into the end device such as the distribution box.

phoenix1019FMB Hall 20, Stand B13

In the new UL-approved Al / Cu terminals "Ubal" from Phoenix Contact Aluminum and copper conductors can be installed quickly, easily and safely. In order to simplify the conductor pretreatment, the contact chambers are pre-greased with antioxidants. The clamping body consists of an aluminum alloy. This lead-free tin surface allows both aluminum and copper conductors to be connected in one terminal.

fischer0919SPS hall 4A, booth 221

Fischer Connectors showcases nine product enhancements to its award-winning "Freedom" series, which set new standards in usability, integration and versatility around the connectivity of measurement and test equipment. The series offers plug-in freedom of 360 °.

Harting0519Harting presents the smallest rectangular so far Industrial connectors "Han 1A ", which is significantly smaller than the Han 3A. In order to achieve all the elements of a modern network, the user needs the optimum connector solution: The Han 1A therefore ideally adapts to the requirements of a world that is becoming ever smaller.

Yamaichi0419Yamaichi Electronics expands its Y-Circ M12 product portfolio with a new, field-mountable connector for 10 Gigabit Ethernet applications. It is suitable for use in typical CAT6A applications such as communication cabling of automation control systems.

yamaichi0219Yamaichi Electronics works with TE Connectivity to develop and market a new interior locking design for metric M12 push-pull circular connectors. These connectors are used in various industrial applications. The two companies aim to incorporate this design into a new IEC standard for M12 push-pull internal locking connectors.