Amphenol Industrial’s RoboLok Primary Circuit Power Connector
Amphenol Industrial’s RoboLok primary circuit power connector enables quick disconnect and easy assembly with the power of RADSOK technology.
Amphenol Industrial Products Group now offers RoboLok, a three-position, high-current primary circuit power connector. This new connector features three fixed, proprietary RADSOK contacts on each connector, offering a wide range of cable contact configurations.
Ideal for use by industrial robotic manufacturers, RoboLok uses RADSOK contacts to deliver an ample operating temperature rise and a current capacity up to 200A continuous on a 50mm² wire. This is 20 amps higher than the industry standard.
The unique design of RoboLok offers quick disconnects as well as easy tool-less assembly/ maintenance in addition to delivering the power of Amphenol’s RADSOK technology.
This innovative power connector is the most cost-effective on the market and can be used in industrial robots, tool-changer systems, and automated assembly lines as well as in a variety of other industrial applications.
Amphenol’s compact RoboLok connector features a 2+PE configuration with FMLB that is safe to operate during hot-plugging while also offering a lightweight, compact composite modular design.
Amphenol’s RoboLok offers a voltage rating of 1,000VAC/DC. This IP67-rated connector has an operating temperature range of -40°C to +100°C and is able to withstand a minimum of 500 mating cycles. Until the introduction of RoboLok, the industry standard operating temperature range was only -20°C to +100°C.
Robolok is the only three-position, high-current, primary circuit power connector of its kind on the market with repairable components. Other equivalent industry-standard connector components are often unrepairable and need to be completely replaced.
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