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Connectors
Connectors
Electrical connectors are devices used to join electrical terminations and complete a working circuit. Connectors work in pairs: plugs (male) and jacks (female). Hundreds of connector types exist for power, signal and control applications.

A wide variety of characteristics help determine the use case for a connector. Different connectors have different pinouts, contact resistance, insulation, sizes, ruggedness, resistance to external hazards, and more. Different physical construction styles exist to easily differentiate one type of connector from another. Connector pairs share most if not all characteristics, and can’t work with a plug or jack of another type.

Common connectors include cam-style, circular, coaxial, pin and sleeve, rectangular, straight blade, and mechanical for splice and reducing. Many include twist locks and are keyed to prevent disconnection and ensure the correct plug joins with the correct receptacle.

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  • Miniature and High Density
  • Quick and Easy Termination
  • 5 Key Design Prevents Mis-mating
JM series connectors confirm to JIS-C-5432. These Connectors are used in a wide Variety of Industrial Machinery Applications.
  • Over 140 Insert Arrangements Available
  • Resilient Insulators Provide Excellent Performance and Protection
  • Four Plating Options to Meet Specific Applications. Two Types are RoHS Compliant
  • Interface Directly with Other MIL-DTL-5015 Connectors.
  • Connector Shells, Bodies, Coupling Nuts and Accessories Made from High Strength Aluminum Alloy
  • Connector Bodies are Corrosion and Impact Resistant
Cooper Interconnect's Industrial 5015 military style connectors and cable assemblies represent a proven track record of performance for general duty and harsh environment applications. Common applications include automation equipment, robotics, solar and alternative energy systems, medical (MRI), rail, heavy equipment, farming, and transportation vehicles.
  • Excellent EMI Protection Reduces Signal Loss and Crosstalk
  • High Current Contacts up to 150 Amps
  • Keyed Shells to Prevent Mis-Mating
  • All Connectors are 100 Percent Tested Before Leaving the Factory
  • Over 140 Insert Arrangements Available
  • Resilient Insulators Provide Excellent Performance and Protection
  • Four Plating Options to Meet Specific Applications. Two Types are RoHS Compliant
  • Interface Directly with Other MIL-DTL-5015 Connectors.
  • Connector Shells, Bodies, Coupling Nuts and Accessories Made from High Strength Aluminum Alloy
  • Connector Bodies are Corrosion and Impact Resistant
Cooper Interconnect's Industrial 5015 military style connectors and cable assemblies represent a proven track record of performance for general duty and harsh environment applications. Common applications include automation equipment, robotics, solar and alternative energy systems, medical (MRI), rail, heavy equipment, farming, and transportation vehicles.
  • Excellent EMI Protection Reduces Signal Loss and Crosstalk
  • High Current Contacts up to 150 Amps
  • Keyed Shells to Prevent Mis-Mating
  • All Connectors are 100 Percent Tested Before Leaving the Factory
Solenoid Valve Connectors Series Image
While most industrial electrical connectors are used in a wide variety of applications, the “solenoid valve connector” is primarily used on solenoid valves. Over the years as solenoid valves have changed and reduced in size, the solenoid valve connectors have changed as well. Designed to conform to EN175301-803 (formerly DIN 43650), or to “De Facto” industry standards, Mencom solenoid valve connectors are available in 5 different interfaces (Form A, Form B, Form C as well as Industry Standard Form B and Industry Standard Form C).
Mencom’s standard valve connector offers a polyamide body with thermoplastic gasket integrally molded into the face of the mold connectors. Molded versions utilize a PVC jacket with 18 AWG conductors, while the field wireables are available in PG9, PG11, and ˝” NPT threaded openings. Valve connectors with circuitry and suppression aid in diagnostics and protection of equipment. Several circuitry and suppression options are available. Solenoid valve connectors all carry an IP65 Rating.
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  • IP67 Protection Rating
  • 14~22 AWG
The MIN-Series is so named because they are generally referred to in the industry as MINI-Change, 7/8” connectors, or Mini connectors. The MIN series can be used for transmission of signal and/or power. The MIN-Series is a popular connector choice for machine safety components, lighting, Bus Networks, robots, and numerous other applications. The connectors include 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 14 pole versions. All of the Size I connectors are based on a 1” hex for the receptacles and utilize a 7/8” UN mating thread.
M12 Ethernet Series Image
  • 60V, 2A or 300V, 4A
  • Male or Female Receptacles
  • 4 or 8 Poles
  • IP67 Protection Rated
F-Series Coax Connector Series Image
  • To Combine Two Lengths of Coaxial Cable
  • To Connect Cables through Wall
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