Machinedesign 17250 Asset Image Connectorization

How Connectors Lower Wiring Costs

Aug. 28, 2018
Although field wiring may look like an economical choice for delivering power and signals to industrial machines, connectorization can help provide greater overall cost savings.
LAPPs white paper, Connectors Lower Wiring Costs disproves the belief that hardwiring a machine will minimize wire installation costs. Unlike hard wiring, which has many hidden expenses to offset the lower initial costs, connectorization enables flexible, easy-to-install modular machines while saving time and money during shipping, commissioning, field wiring and maintenance to deliver greater overall savings. 

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