Crimp contacts for ZIPport multi-wire connectors, when attached to individual wires, provide the solid electrical connection that can be inserted into the connector inserts. Male and female crimp contacts, made of hard silver- or gold-plated copper alloy, are available for a range of wire sizes.
Accessories for Standard and High Construction Profile (HC) Heavy Duty Multi-Wire Connectors include:
Heavy-duty multi-wire connectors are used wherever there is a need for a secure, simple and time-saving assembly of machinery and facilities.
Most of the connector housings are made of die-cast aluminum (or thermoplastic for some Size 3A housings) and offer excellent protection against dirt, moisture and mechanical stress. Multi-wire connectors make it possible to easily connect signal, power, and data connections.
Crimp contacts are made of hard-silver plated copper alloy. (Some models have gold plated contacts for low voltage/ low current applications).
Wires to be connected must be carefully matched with the correct
wire size of crimp contacts.
Wire connector crimp contacts should be installed using an appropriate crimping tool.
IP66 Cable Glands - IP Protection: IP66 in accordance with EN 60529
Plastic - glass filled polyamide UL 94 V0; Washer - zinc plated steel;
Metal- nickel-plated brass; Washer - zinc plated steel; Gasket - Elastomer
IP68 Cable Glands - IP Protection: IP68, patented design for up to 5 bars
Metal - nickel-plated brass; Strain relief - Glass filled polyamide UL 94 V0; Gasket - Elastomer
IP Protection: IP68 in accordance with EN 60529
Materials: Body - nickel-plated brass; Gasket - Elastomer
Applications: for blanking threaded holes on housings or other enclosures
IP Protection: dependant on coupling and other components
Materials: nickel-plated brass
Applications: for converting a Pg thread to an NPT thread
Type: for bulkhead housings
Material: Nitrile Botadiene Rubber (NBR)
Quantity: 10 per pack
Application: For mounting multi-wire connector inserts inside an enclosure
Size: Fits 35mm DIN rail
Code pins are used in applications where there are identical connectors that could be coupled with the incorrect mate, potentially causing equipment damage or breakdown. Code pins replace the installation screws on the inserts.