Binder turns corner with right-angle connector versions

Binder turns corner with right-angle connector versions

“[The] 423, 713, 715 and 825 Series connectors are perfectly suited to applications for miniature connectors in areas like automation engineering. The new right-angle housing increases the potential for current and future applications, particularly in the areas of sensor technology, actuators, data transmission and supplying power.”

The new design is described as the result of the need for ever smaller, space-saving and flexible connector solutions. The new format also features an improved sealing concept and supports easier installation, particularly in constrained spaces.

The M12 right-angle connector of the 713 Series is pictured above, and the M16 connector of the 423 Series is below.
Binder turns corner with right-angle connector versions
Last month, binder extended its M16 connector series, which offer environmental protection up to IP68, featuring mainly metal housings and a robust screw locking system.

Binder is a family-owned company based in Neckarsulm, near Stuttgart. It employs 1,800 people worldwide and the UK operation, in Hemel Hempstead, was formed in 2009.

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