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New shielded M5 connectors exhibited by binder

binder will be showcasing its complete range of connectors including its innovative industrial connectors and market leading sensor connectors on stand M12 at EDS 2017. Featured products will include a key addition to its M5 sensor connector portfolio. The smallest sensor connector available now features shielded and overmoulded versions.

binder will be showcasing its complete range of connectors including its innovative industrial connectors and market leading sensor connectors on stand M12 at EDS 2017. Featured products will include a key addition to its M5 sensor connector portfolio.The smallest sensor connector available now features shielded and overmoulded versions.

These new versions feature Polyurethane (PUR) overmoulded connectors on PUR cables with 360⁰ shielding. According to binder, Series 707 cable assemblies will find wide application across many industrial sectors where the use of sensor technology is growing. These include materials handling and conveyor systems as well as security and camera systems.

Available as standard in 2m and 5m lengths with custom lengths available on request, Series 707 assemblies provide uninterrupted data transfer thanks to excellent attenuation figures of 60dB at 1GHz. Current rating is 1A while voltage is 60V with up to 800V on impulse. The wire gauge is 0.14mm² (AWG 26).

The M5 connectors are available as 3 or 4 pole versions, which are intermateable and binder can configure them to meet a user’s exact requirements. Binder has used gold plated contacts with its Series 707 versions and users can expect 100 plus mating cycles.

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