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Number of contacts
This indicates the number of contacts the connector has.
Locking Type
The locking system describes how the pin and socket elements are joined.
  • Bayonet The connection can be secured by means of a partial rotation.
Degree of protection
The degrees of protection according to IEC60529 apply to various articles and provide information on protection against the intrusion of water and solids such as dust.
  • IP40 Protects against contact with tools, wires and other similar objects of Ø > 1 mm and against the intrusion of foreign bodies of Ø > 1 mm. Does not protect against water.
Version
The choice of version allows the definition of certain technical specifications – for example the type of cable outlet or the size.
Connector Type
Connectors are differentiated by installation type: those that are mounted in a device housing (panel mount) and those that are attached to cables.
  • Cable mounting Connectors with cable already moulded or for self-assembly.
  • Housing assembly Connectors that can be mounted to device housings. These can be fixed by means of a locking nut or be screwed in (requires a threaded hole).
Shielded Option
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) means that a connector is shielded or shieldable. This is required when it is necessary to protect the signals or data conducted by the connector, as well as to protect external devices, from disturbance due to electromagnetic effects.
Product segment
binder areas of application or type of connector.
  • Miniature Connectors with an external diameter of 16–21.5 mm and various locking systems.
Termination
The termination type determines how cables, single wires or PCBs can be joined with the connector.
  • solder The contact and the individual wires of a cable are connected using solder.

Miniature bayonet connector IP40

These bayonet cable and flange connectors with IP40 protection are available with 2 to 24 contacts with a rated current of 1 A to 7 A (depending on the number of contacts). The straight and angled cable and flange plugs and receptacles have solder connections. Users can expect more than 500 mating cycles from these 678 series connectors.

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