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Conec M12 Power connectors

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Power over M12 connectors

A new variant has been added to the Conec M12x1 product portfolio from In2Connect.

Circular Connectors size M12 are used in many different applications from signal transmission to sensor technology and data transmission in field bus technology. These new power connectors with T-coding (63 Volts) and S-coding (630 volts) open up the M12 for use in the power range.

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McMurdo Connectors alive and kicking!

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Whatever happened to McMurdo Connectors?

Well, in 1998 McMurdo Connectors were acquired by ITW Switches (now part of the ITW Appliance Group) and ITW McMurdo connectors are available now from In2Connect in the UK.

In2Connect UK stock arguably the widest range of ITW McMurdo “Special” D-sub connectors and connector accessories available anywhere. So much so that as well as our OEM partners, many other distributors Worldwide rely on In2Connect stock to satisfy their clients.

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Sunkye R04 Micro D-sub connectors to MIL-DTL-83513

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In2Connect carries a wide variety of D-sub connector families and accessories. The Sunkye R04 Micro D-sub connectors to MIL-DTL-83513 and R06 Nano D-sub connectors to MIL-DTL-32139 are highly reliable and are comparable to many other brands like Glenair, ITT, etc whilst offering a superior cost/performance ratio. The accepted standard twist pin pitch is 0.635mm (0.025″) but Sunkye’s twist pin contact technology based on extensive research and production has produced and qualification tested nano pogo pin contacts with an incredible 0.381mm pitch (0.015″) thus producing the ultimate connector footprint for the smallest and most demanding spaces.

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Looking for specialist Medical Cables?

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Every medical cable application is different so why settle for an off the shelf solution for a unique problem? Many discussion boards indicate that when someone is looking for a specialised medical cable the advice usually tells them to call Belden or Alpha. There is nothing wrong with Alpha or Belden, however keep in mind that they produce generic wire and cable that covers a wide variety of uses and may not meet all your needs.

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