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VOLUME -22 NUMBER 12
Publication Date: 12/1/2007
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Anderson Power: New Connector Series
High power connectors.
Sterling, MA — Anderson Power Products
(APP) is offering its PowerMod
HP (high power) series connector family, with touch-safe female housings, cable strain relief and integral positive latches. These safety features, combined with the ease of connector assembly, establish a new standard for cost-effective high power connectors. The new connectors are RoHS Compliant and rated up to 450 amps for appropriate applications at a 30°C temperature rise. Using the company's patented Sterling contact technology, the PowerMod HP offers low electrical resistance, provides a minimum of 500 mating cycles and is rated for circuit interruption (true hotplug). These connectors are IP 20 rated (touch safe) for user safety. The integral coding key provides further protection by allowing the user to configure unique mating of up to 6 individual connectors.
The connectors accommodate American wire sizes from #6 to 4/0 AWG and metric wires from 13.3 to 95mm. For additional reliability, an innovative cable strain relief kit that encompasses all applicable wire sizes is available as a product option. The latching system reportedly offers superior security and ergonomics as well as clear identification through its distinct blue buttons. PowerMod HP, offered in ten different connector housing types, including right angle, bus bar, panel mount and blindmate/float selections, delivers broad design flexibility for current and future high power interconnections.
For more information, contact: Anderson Power, P.O. Box 579, Sterling, MA 01564
978-422-3600 fax: 978-422-3700 E-mail: email@example.com Web:
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