Rectangular Insert suits high current applications.
October 19, 2012 -
Suitable for currents up to 100 A, CX 6/6 ILME Rectangular Insert contains 6–16 A control pins. Crimp contacts feature several benefits over screw or axial screw contacts, including resistance to corrosion and mechanical stresses such as vibration, shock, and cable loads. Unit offers consistent connection, regardless of operator's force, and contacts can be removed without any special tools.
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Mencom Corporation Announces Its Offering of the New ILME Rectangular Insert for High Current Applications
Oakwood, GA, - Mencom Corporation, a leading manufacturer of industrial electrical connectors, is offering the new ILME High Current Insert.
Mencom is now offering the CX 6/6 ILME Rectangular Insert for high current applications. The CX series has been enhanced with a new insert, suitable for currents up to 100A. The new CX 6/6 series crimp contacts feature several benefits over conventional screw or axial screw contacts:
More resistant to mechanical stresses such as vibrations, shock and cable loads
More corrosion resistant (gas tight)
Quicker to connect and ensuring more consistent results (regardless of the operators "force")
The connector is electrically more efficient (reduced voltage drop)
More information about this connector on our blog: http://electricalconnector.wordpress.com/rectangularconnectors/cx-66-high-current-inserts/
Mencom is a manufacturer and supplier of Industrial Electrical Connectors and is a Master Distributor for ILME, S.p.A.. Mencom is ISO 9001:2008 Certified, and has been servicing the industry for 25 years. Products include: Quick-disconnect cordsets and receptacles in the MINI, MICRO (M12,) & NAN (M8,) Bus cabling for Ethernet, Device Net, Foundation Fieldbus, and Profibus, ILME Rectangular Connectors, Panel Interface Connectors, multi-port Junction Blocks for MIN, Micro, & NAN connections, Solenoid Valve Connectors, and other accessories like Cable Glands, Thread adaptors, reducers, and enlargers.