Larger cable widths now compatible with Harting Han 3 A connectorsDecember 16, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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In an effort to continue to meet customer needs, Harting has expanded the choice of cables customers can use in its Han 3 A size connectors. The Han 3 A can now be assembled with cable diameters as large as M25 instead of the previous limit of M20.
This increase allows the connectors to be configured with any contact insert in the series, including those with higher rated current and bigger cross sections, such as the Han Q Series. The hoods also meet the requirements of protection classes IP 65/67.
The new Han 3 A hood components feature a narrow external geometry overall, terminating in the cable holding area. In the plastic version, the hood is available with a bigger M25 connection, which makes additional types of mounting feasible. For example, they can now be mounted on control cabinets. For the metal version of the Han 3 A, coupling hoods are available in M25, along with the existing housings. Other versions, such as EMC (electrically conductive and M), designed for stricter corrosion requirements, are also available.
The Harting M25 screwed cable glands for both the plastic and metal 3A size hoods cover a clamping range of nine to 18 millimetres.
The Harting Technology Group is known for its comprehensive portfolio of robust, reliable connectivity solutions. The leading manufacturer employs more than 4,200 people globally, with subsidiaries and branch offices in 40 countries, including a Canadian office in St. Laurent, Que.
To learn more, contact Harting Canada.