Patch cord M12x1 X-coded

Secure transmission with Cat.6A performance!

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(PresseBox) ( Lippstadt, )
The need for high data transmission rates is growing continuously as a result of increasing decentralization in the industrial environment. More and more nodes in the field level have to exchange large amounts of data in real time.

The M12 X-coded connector was developed to ensure reliable transmission of up to 10 Gbit/s in industrial environments with Cat.6A performance.

The CONEC range of connection cables with Cat. 6A performance is implemented by the M12 X-coded to M12 X-coded version and by the design of M12 X-coded to RJ45. This allows cabling from the field level with increased protection requirements (IP67) directly into the control level, i.e. into a protected environment.

In order to lead the interface from a device in the control with RJ45 interface at the control cabinet to the outside, the product range is supplemented by an M12 X-coded flange with overmoulded cable connection. This allows the interface to be routed without having to carry out time-consuming assembly work in the field. The patch cables are supplied fully assembled and tested.

In case the conditions on site do not allow the use of ready-made cable assemblies, the field-attachable M12 X-coded connector with crimp connection completes the CONEC product range.

All M12 X-coded patch cords are available in both straight and angled versions and meet the requirements of Cat.6A up to 500 MHz. When mated, the PUR overmoulded connectors meet protection class IP65/IP67 and can thus be used in industrial environments.

  • Easy assembly in the field
  • Transmission rate up to 10 Gbit/s
  • Compact design
  • Protection class IP67
  • 360° shielded
Fields of application:
  • Automation technology
  • Industrial interfaces
  • Communication technology
  • Machine manufacturing
  • Control technology
  • Telecommunications
  • Wireless controller
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