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Connector type
The connector type can be used to distinguish our products for installation in a device housing from cable parts. The connector type describes the difference between connectors that are mounted on enclosures and connectors that are mounted on cables.
A connector consists of the male part (pin) and the female part (socket). Depending on the design, the male or female part is either permanently installed or are located at the end of a cable.
Number of contacts
This indicates the number of contacts the connector has.
The choice of version allows the definition of certain technical specifications – for example the type of cable outlet or the size.
Locking Type
The locking system describes how the pin and socket elements are joined.
Rated voltage
The rated voltage is the electrical voltage assigned to the connector.
Rated current
The rated current is the electrical current that is assigned to the connector.
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.
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.
Material of housing
Depending on the area of application or requirements, connectors are made of different materials. We offer metal and plastic housings for our items as the housing material.
The termination type determines how cables, single wires or PCBs can be joined with the connector.
Locking material
Depending on the technical requirements or performance data of the connector, the locking mechanism is made of plastic or metal.

M9 IP40 connectors

The robust and versatile M9 IP40 connector is designed to meet the demands of modern connectivity solutions.

Pin M9 connector

M9 IP40 connectors, such as the 7 Pin M9 variant, ensure resilience against dust. Among the 711 series, the M9 male connector and M9 female connector stand out as a crucial component, offering secure and reliable connections in various applications.

M9 male connector

The 711 series are subminiature M9 screw termination connectors available in panel mount and M9 male and female cable connector versions. Both measure 11.5mm diameter and can be supplied with 2 to 8 contacts depending on the application. The rated current ranges 1 to 4A at 125V. They feature solder termination a protection degree of IP40 and have been designed for over 500 mating cycles.

What is the difference between an M9 IP40 and M9 IP67?

binder offers both connector types and the primary difference between an M9 IP40 and an M9 IP67 connector lies in their level of protection against environmental factors. M9 IP40 connector is rated to offer protection against solid objects larger than 1mm and provides resistance against dust. M9 IP67 connector offers a higher level of protection. The "IP67" rating indicates that the connector is entirely dust-tight and can withstand immersion in water up to a meter deep for a limited time without any ingress.

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