Connector - Harting Inc. of North America

Nov. 4, 2010
The Han-Yellock Series connector combines many new features in one connector

The Han-Yellock Series connector combines many new features in one connector, most noticeably a new lock, which uses pushbuttons, a departure from the existing lever design for latching and unlatching rectangular connectors. Connectors can be locked by simply by turning one of the pushbuttons 90°, thus reducing the chance of unauthorized access without the use of a tool.
Prewired modules may be installed into the connector from the front or back, without screws. A single gender crimp contact eliminates the need for male and female contacts. The connector comes in multiple sizes incorporating up to thirty 20-A connections in one connector.

Harting Inc. of North America, 1370 Bowes Rd., Elgin, IL 60123, (847) 717-9316, www.harting.com

© 2010 Penton Media, Inc.

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