HARTING Releases Han-Modular Connectors

By cs admin | August 06, 2012

August 2012 – HARTING announced the availability of a new line of tailored connectors. With plastic or metal housing, the Han-Modular system offers connectors for many specific requirements. Han-Modular plastic docking frame enables automatic insertion for plug-in systems and is available for 2, 4, or 6 modules. Suited for on-site assembly, 100% plug-in compatible Han-Quick Lock modules do not require special tools.

An Ethernet module is available for data transmission rates to 10Gb/s, and Han-E module is suited for on-site assembly with Han-Quick Lock termination technology.

The HARTING Han-Modular system incorporates options that it says would otherwise require expensive, specially developed connectors or separate solutions. Currents from a few milliamps to 200 A, voltages from 50 to 5,000 V, pneumatic hosing, data lines, shielded bus signals and optical cables made of POF or fiber glass can be provided with plug-in designs. In combination with environment-specific housing, made of plastic or metal for internal or external application, tailored connectors can be created to meet any application requirements.

The latest additions to the series include the Han-Eco plastic housing, the Han-Modular docking frames and several new modules, for example, an Ethernet module for high data transmission rates of up to 10 Gb/s and the Han-E module suitable for on-site assembly with Han-Quick Lock termination technology.

The Han-Modular docking frame enables automatic insertion for plug-in systems, such as in low voltage switchgear, MCCs, battery systems and test equipment. These plastic frames are available for 2, 4 and 6 modules and have high tolerance compensation of +/- 2mm thanks to a floating mount.

The Han-Quick Lock modules enable assembly without the need for special tools. The modules have the same characteristics as the proven modules with crimp termination and are 100% plug-in compatible.

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