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Harting at Drives and Controls 2014

Harting at Drives and Controls 2014 New developments in industrial connectivity being featured by Harting at Drives & Controls 2014 include new families of high-temperature connectors and devices with high mating cycles, plus interconnectivity products for smart network infrastructures and smart power systems within the industrial environment. A major new development is the Han HighTemp Series, which enables the reliable transmission of signals and power at temperatures up to 200°C in industrial environments. The design of the Han HighTemp Series is based on Harting's well-established Han B and Han E series with the addition of high-quality temperature-resistant materials and heat-resistant design applied to all components such as contacts, insulating materials, housing, seals and grounding elements. During development, the resistance of these components was verified in Harting's in-house testing laboratory.

These high-temperature connectors offer significant savings in equipment design, manufacture and maint-enance by removing the need to enclose machine parts which are exposed to high temperatures and clearing the way to modular plug-in designs. The resulting lower wiring complexity results in reduced maintenance costs, fewer outages and minimal down times.
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