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Publication Date: 07/1/2010
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WAGO Intros Mini High-Density Double Row Connector
High-density double-row connector.
Germantown, WI — WAGO Corporation's 713 Series MCS MINI-HD Double Row Connector System is just 16mm wide, and trims front-panel space by up to 40 percent. The 713 Series is a low-voltage — 150V/10A (UL) and 160V/10A (IEC) wire-to-board connector for control circuits, e.g., I/O interfaces and sensor cables. A high-density design uses rear-side CAGE CLAMP
terminals permitting factory or in-field wiring.
For handling, the 713 Series offers exclusive locking, disconnection and marking features: Select models carry a dual-purpose lever that doubles as a lock and disconnection aid. An optional centered, strain-relief plate anchors conductors while acting as a disconnection "handle". WAGO also provides the convenience of a standard catalog suffix for direct pole marking.
CAGE CLAMP provides hands-free wiring for conductors 28 - 16 AWG. Mating halves are 100 percent protected against mis-mating, with additional coding available. Separated pin slots prevent damage and make the headers touch-proof when unplugged (IP20).
The 713 Series accommodates 6 to 36 poles in three variants: standard connector, lever-equipped and screw-interlock for vibration-prone applications. Header with 3.5mm pin spacing is molded of THR-compatible material for wave or reflow (THR) solder.
Contact: WAGO Corp., P.O. Box 1015, Germantown, WI 53022
800-346-7245 or 262-255-6333 fax: 262-255-3232 E-mail: email@example.com Web:
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