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A new white paper from Harting describes how to turn around orders and complete installations faster, while reducing wiring errors and costs by using connectors.

In today’s competitive industrial climate, machines must be built to run as efficiently as possible. Machine builders need to consider cost, installation time, ease of use and flexibility when building machines. That is why more and more are comparing the cost of hardwiring and connector-based cable assemblies, and finding that connectors are more economical, practical and user friendly. In fact, today’s connector lineup includes more flexible and application-specific choices that can further enhance reliability and convenience. 

Harting has released a new white paper that covers this very topic — how connectors are outperforming hardwiring for manufacturers and their customers, and why many have switched to connector-based cable assemblies in factory and process automation and control systems. The paper describes how to turn around orders and complete installations faster, while reducing wiring errors and costs by using connectors. Readers will also be given real-life examples that demonstrate how using connectors has helped customers cut wiring times by as much as one and a half days, save $13,000 in labour costs, and increase throughput of a conveyor system by 15 per cent. 

As a leading global supplier of heavy-duty industrial connectors, Harting has countless examples of how its connectors have helped customers across the globe save time and money. Its team of experts are trained to help customers sift through the multiple suitable options for each job, and determine the appropriate combination of capability, convenience and price for their application.

To learn more about the benefits of connectors, download the white paper.

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