REDwire Harting extends versatility of M12 connectivity

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Harting offers a wide range of M8/M12 and 7/8th cordsets, including new M12 female Slim Design connectors.

Harting has added a female version to its successful M12 X-Code Slim Design connector series, expanding the opportunities for M12 connectivity in the process. 

Ideal for factory automation and transportation applications, Harting’s M12 Slim Design connectors and components with crimp termination technology deliver robust performance for high-speed 1-10 Gigabit Ethernet communications. Female and male versions of the M12 Slim Design connectors have a 16.5-mm external diameter for high-density integration on devices where space is at a premium. In addition, the Slim Design connectors conform to IEC 61076-2-109, and comply with Cat. 6A and Performance Class EA.

Harting’s M12 X-Code lineup features both standard and Slim Design connectors, which are ideal for carrying data for cameras and inspection systems used in monitoring high-speed production lines. The company also offers over-moulded variants of these connectors in different lengths, as well as an extensive range of complementary M12 components, like the M12 har-speed gender changer’s space-saving design for the IP65/67 environment. The gender changer allows connection of M12 female/d-coded to female/x-coded for fast Ethernet 100Mbits/s. 

The Harting Technology Group is based in Germany, and has more than 40 subsidiaries and branch offices across the globe, including a Canadian office in Saint-Laurent, Que. — Harting Canada. Founded in 2011, Harting Canada manufactures circuit board technology and customized cabling solutions at its facility. It has a reputation for delivering reliability, efficiency, performance and innovation. 

Harting’s lineup of products includes electrical and electronic connectors, device terminations, backplanes, network components, as well as cable harnesses for networks and machinery, and for power and data applications in factories.


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