VarioPro Basic, High Voltage Connector in small format

up to 8 kVDC / 13 A, from GES Electronic & Service

miniature high voltage connector VarioPro Basic, 8 kVDC / 13 A, from GES Electronic & Service
(PresseBox) ( Hallbergmoos, )
GES Electronic & Service – a leader in high voltage connectivity – introduces a feedthrough-variant of its miniature-series. These high voltage connectors in the size of a match are characterized by excellent performance, flexibility and reliability at minimal space requirements, weight and installation effort and are particularly suitable in- and outside of high voltage equipment and appliances in the field of testing & measurement technologies as well as for analysis-, laboratory-, and medical-technologies and power electronics in general.

Series-VarioPro Basic is suitable for operational voltages up to 8 kVDC (testing voltage 12 kVDC) at currents of up to 13 A and is available as one- or two-pin feedthrough for equipment installation or as inline-interconnection for a levitating setup.

The insulation material POM complies with insulating material group 1 according to DIN IEC 60664 and to flammability classification UL94 HB; the operating temperature ranges from -30°C to 120°C. The 1.6 mm diameter silver-coated crimp contacts are appropriate for AWG 26-14 (0.14-2.5 mm²).

The high voltage connectors of GES Electronic & Service are worldwide proven in a multitude of HV-applications and are seen as reliable, durable and well-engineered solutions.

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