Panel-Mount Connectors feature dip solder contacts.
January 12, 2012 -
Series 820 and 870 include 7/8 in. panel-mount connectors with dip solder contacts. With dip solder contacts, connectors can be mounted to PCB board. Suited for power supplies, Fieldbus, and Ethernet applications, receptacles are available in male and female versions with 2+PE, 4, and 4+PE gold-plated contacts. Front- and rear-mountable positions allow receptacles to be mounted from back or front of panel. All versions have UL approval and IP67 rating.
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3903 Calle Tecate
Camarillo, CA, 93012
Binder-USA Announces 7/8" Panel-Mount Connectors with Dip Solder Contacts
Camarillo, CA - Binder-USA is pleased to announce the addition of 7/8" panel-mount connectors with dip solder contacts to the Series 820 and 870 connector family. With the dip solder contacts the connectors can now be mounted to a PCB board. The 7/8" connectors are ideally suited for power supplies, Fieldbus and Ethernet applications.
The new receptacles are available in both male and female versions with 2+PE, 4 and 4+PE gold-plated contacts. Front- and rear-mountable positions allow for the receptacles to be mounted from the back or front of a panel. All versions have UL approval and an IP67 rating ensures connectors are protected while used in harsh environments.
In order to make a complete connecting system the receptacles will mate with the field-attachable connectors and cordsets from the entire Binder 7/8" connector family.
For more information on Binder's connectors, visit www.binder-usa.com or contact Binder-USA, 3903 Calle Tecate, Camarillo, CA 93012, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone: 1-805-437-9925, fax: 805-504-9656.
Binder-USA, LP is a subsidiary of Franz Binder GmbH & Co., a German-based designer and manufacturer of circular connectors and cordsets for use in industrial environments including factory automation, process control, and medical technology applications.
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