Robust and Practical: the Quick-Connect System from LAPP

New from LAPP at SPS IPC Drives 2018

The EPIC POWER LS1 Twist connector: robust and practical locking mechaniscm
(PresseBox) ( Stuttgart, )
Quick-connect circular connectors are becoming an increasingly popular solution for cabling in servo drives: plug in, turn the housing to the right, done. Users have been frustrated with the small number of manufacturers who offer this standard. Until now. “The market is extremely interested in a high-quality alternative”, says Joachim Strobel, product manager for EPIC connectors at LAPP. That alternative is now available in the form of the EPIC POWER LS1 TWIST. It gives users the freedom of choice while at the same time delivering LAPP’s high quality and global service for this connector standard.

LAPP has developed a robust and practical locking mechanism. It is compatible with the market standard and makes connection child’s play. Both halves of the connector are securely locked and protected against vibration. The EMC version prevents electromagnetic interference generated by high currents. Circular connectors for power supply are used in robots and machinery, as well as in wind turbines and other applications where a compact and powerful connection system is required.

The EPIC POWER LS1 Twist line caters to all contact configurations. Rounding out LAPP’s portfolio of high-performance LS1 connectors, it will be available for international delivery ex warehouse as of December.

LAPP will be exhibiting the new EPIC POWER LS1 with quick-connect system at SPS IPC Drives 2018 in Nuremberg, in Hall 2, Stand 310.
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