Field wireable M8 and M12 connectors and T-couplers
Use to make custom patch cable lengths from existing cables or bulk wire
Turn a prewired sensor into a quick disconnect
Terminate field devices on an I/O block
Use T Splitters with our ZIPport modules to bring multiple sensor signals into
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Welcome to Kickstart where you get to see new products here at AutomationDirect. Today I am going to show you our new Field Wire-able Connectors from MURR Electronics. These connectors allow you to build sensor cables in the field with ease. They are used to make custom patch cable lengths from existing cables or bulk wire. Turn a prewired sensor into a quick disconnect sensor or Terminate field devices on an I/O block like this Zip Port that AutomationDirect offers in a matter of minutes. We are offering several styles like these “insulation displacement connection” or IDC technology meaning – no tools are required so no need to grab a soldering iron or crimpers and connectors, just simply slide the wire in the appropriate fittings and tighten them down. We also have screw style connectors, T splitters and more. There are 28 new parts with these filed wire-able connectors and we offer these in an M8 connector with 3 & 4 poles and in M12 with 4 and 5 poles. You can find these all in Male and Female ends and Straight and 90degree end versions. You can find the agency approvals and specs for these Field wire-able connectors on our website at: www.automationdirect.com Don’t forget: we sell sensors, sensor cables and I/O blocks like the ones I showed earlier. Check back with us often on AutomationDirects websites or on Youtube.com/Automationdirect for more Kickstart videos. If you are watching us on YouTube, please let us know what you think about the products or how you plan to use them in your application by leaving us a comment down below. Thanks for watching and we hope to see you again soon.