DIN valve connectors have IP67 seals

Brad mPm DIN valve connectors by Molex are designed with IP67 sealing properties and strong cable retention for hydraulic, pneumatic, and electromagnetic devices.

06/03/2013


Brad mPm DIN valve connectors by Molex are designed with IP67 sealing properties and strong cable retention for hydraulic, pneumatic, and electromagnetic devices. Courtesy: MolexBrad mPm DIN valve connectors by Molex are designed with IP67 sealing properties and strong cable retention, which helps increase performance, simplify manufacturing processes, reduce inventory and lower applied costs for hydraulic, pneumatic and electromagnetic devices. Brad mPm DIN valve connectors conform to industry standard EN 175301-803, which is the standard for a series of electrical connectors which are commonly used with solenoid valves, especially those used on valves in hydraulics and pneumatics.

Other features include circuitry options, including LED and bi-polar LED indicators, blocking diodes and voltage-dependent resistors (VDRs). The connectors are useful for commercial vehicles like construction vehicles, farm machinery, mining machinery, and on-vehicle crane and lifting equipment. In addition to solenoid valves, the valve connectors are useful in industrial automation applications like pressure switches, transducers, pneumatic valves, and robotics.

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