Solar connectors, compatible with 4 mm standard

Compatible and intermateable with industry standard 4 mm connectors, 600 V dc or 1000 V dc.

03/13/2012


ASIPV series Solar ConnectorsAutomation Systems Interconnect Inc. has announced the release of their new line of solar connectors. The ASIPV series is compatible and intermateable with industry standard 4 mm connectors.

The solar connectors are available with a 1,000 V dc (IEC), 600 V dc (UL) and 25 A rating. Both male and female contacts have a wire range of 12-10 AWG.  The connectors feature snap lock mating for secure connections. The metal crimp pins are made of a tin-plated copper to offer low contact resistance and protection against corrosion. The housing material is UL94-V0.

For more information, pricing, specifications and availability, see the ASI website at www.asisolarproducts.com.

Also see...

http://www.controleng.com/channels/sustainable-engineering.html

Automation Systems Interconnect Inc. is a CSIA membe as of 2/26/2015 



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