Panel Mount Connectors feature stainless steel body.

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Available in male and female versions, 763 Series M12 Threaded Sockets are offered with variety of termination styles, including DIP solder contacts, flying leads, and solder-cup contacts. Protection rating of IP68 is achieved through use of panel sealing O-rings and potting compound, which fills termination area. Provided in 4, 5, and 8 pole versions, connectors can be front or rear mounted.



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M12 Panel Mount Connectors Now in Stainless Steel



Camarillo, CA - Binder-USA is pleased to announce the development of stainless steel M12 threaded sockets. The addition of these parts to Binder's 763 series provides customers with a complete range of stainless steel connectors, ideal for use in food processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing and other applications requiring a robust sealed & EMI protected connection.

These connectors, featuring a precision machined stainless steel body are available in male and female versions. They are available with a variety of termination styles, including DIP solder contacts, flying leads, and solder-cup contacts. A protection rating of IP68 (18-meter depth / 24 hours) is achieved through the use of panel sealing o-rings and potting compound which fills the termination area. The connector is available in 4, 5 and 8 pole versions and can be front or rear mounted.

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. For more information related to Binder-USA's products and services, visit www.binder-usa.com or call 805.437.9925.

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Camarillo, CA 93012

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