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Color coded versions of Series 713 and 763 reduce possibility of cross-mating connectors when multiple M12 connectors are used nearby. M12 panel-mount receptacles come inÂ 6 colors: purple, orange, yellow, green, red, and blue. Available inÂ same colors, A-coded male and female front-mount connectors with 4- and 5-pins have 24 AWG wires pre-attached withÂ standard wire length of 200 mm. Custom wire lengths are optional. When fully mated, connectorsÂ carry IP67 rating.
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Binder M12 Panel-Mount Connectors with Color Coded Contact Inserts
Camarillo, CA — Binder-USA has released color coded versions of the Series 713 and 763 M12 panel-mount connectors. This option has been offered in order to reduce the possibility of cross-mating connectors when multiple M12 connectors are used nearby. The M12 connectors are commonly used in industrial automation technology.
The M12 panel-mount receptacles are available in six different colors including purple, orange, yellow, green, red and blue. Available immediately in all six colors are the A-coded male and female front-mount connectors with 4- and 5-pins. The connectors have 24 AWG wires pre-attached with a standard wire length of 200 mm. Custom wire lengths are possible if required by the customer. When fully mated the connectors are IP67 rated.
If requested, B- and D-coded versions with wires, different housings and dip-solder contacts can be supplied. Initially a minimum order quantity of 50 pieces is required.
For more information about the Binder M12 color coded connectors, visit www.binder-usa.com or contact Binder-USA, 3903 Calle Tecate, Camarillo, CA 93012, e-mail: email@example.com, telephone: 1-805-437-9925, fax: 1-805-504-9656.
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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