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Rapid network expansion using three PushPull Power connectors

08 August 2016

HARTING added a power distributor unit featuring three PushPull Power connectors to the Han-Power T series of industrial networking modules, allowing actuators and sensors to be linked to the periphery of industrial production processes rapidly and securely.

The latest model in the Han-Power T series provides PushPull connections for the power inlet, power outlet and user connection. The system has a rated current of 12 A and a rated voltage of 48V. The full range extends from 12 to 40A, with rated voltages from 48 to 690V.

Han-Power T products provide a particularly robust connection: with the PushPull Power version, faulty connection is prevented by polarisation set into the insulator, which acts as a block if pins or socket try to connect to one another with the wrong polarity. Users will hear a click when the right connection is made. 

The connection is resistant to vibration and cannot be broken unintentionally: the HARTING PushPull technology means that the housing and integrated locking mechanism has to be pulled back before opening.

Because Han-Power T connectors are quick and easy to push in and pull out, people who are not qualified electricians can build the necessary supply structures for machine modules and entire production lines using this technology. Plug & Play assembly based on HARTING PushPull Power technology also greatly reduces commissioning time.

Please click here to download a copy of the Han-Power T data sheet.


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