Flexible feed-throughs for M12 and M12 power

Binder announces new control cabinet feed-through connectors for the M12 product series 713, 813, 814, 823 and 824, which are available with different codings and pin counts. The M12 or M12 Power type components – in accordance with the DIN EN 61076-2-111 standard – allow signal, data, and supply cables to be connected using circular connectors of the same type from the respective series. They are equipped with an M12 locking thread and an M16 mounting thread.

The increasing degree of automation of industrial plants, driven by the trend towards digitalization and integration in the context of Industry 4.0, is generating a growing need for powerful yet space-saving and robust connection solutions for signals, data, and electrical power. M12 connectivity offers efficient, reliable, and cost-effective cabling of fieldbuses, sensors, and actuators in the field l of automation technology. Using these standardized, robust connectors, complex installation concepts can be implemented in industrial environments – for example in smart factories – starting from the control cabinet and covering the entire shop floor. The compact design supports applications in confined spaces.

Flexible installation in automation technology

In order to ensure the reliable flow of signals, data and electrical power between the control, communication and power modules within the control cabinet as well as the automation components in the field, M12 and M12 Power feed-throughs are indispensable components. The new binder products are available with A, S, K, L as well as T coding and, depending on the coding, with 4 to 8 pins.

In addition, various coding positions can be realised. The coding on each connection side – together with the possibility of freely combining plugs and sockets – ensures the greatest possible degree of freedom during installation.

Binder UK Ltd

Unit D, ATA House
Boundary Way
Hemel Hempstead
HP2 7SS
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1442 257339

info@binder-connector.co.uk

www.binder-connector.co.uk

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