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Pluggable feed-through housing eases cable installation in industrial environments

Pluggable feed-through housing eases cable installation in industrial environments
HARTING has introduced a robust pluggable feed-through connector housing to its Han-Yellock connector family that eases the laying of cable through different rooms in industrial environments. The new panel feed-through not only facilitates handling, but also offers considerable robustness along with an IP 67 degree of protection in the plugged-in condition.

As well as being pluggable, the Han-Yellock feed-through systems features a bulkhead-mounted housing which has been complemented by the addition of a metal housing whose shape is similar to the upper part of the housing of the standard Han-Yellock connector.

Ease of handling results from the fact that cable sets can be completely pre-assembled and installed with the flange at the point of penetration. The robustness achieved by this arrangement means that the housings are impact-resistant on both sides of the connector and provide IP 65 and 67 degrees of protection for inserts when mated. 

The Han-Yellock feed-through housing is ideal for use in modular production lines consisting of machines in multiple rooms. The high IP protection class also makes this type of feed-through particularly suited for harsh environments where connections are exposed to fluids or dust.
 

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