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Eisele Connectors expands MULTILINE E multiple connectors
Eisele Connectors Inc. continues to develop the MULTILINE E and is proud to present the M12 power plug for power electronics, that will soon supplement the range of adaptive inserts for the MULTILINE E with practical power supply capabilities. It is approved for voltages up to 630 V. The M12 power plug is the smallest and most compact connector on the market and is designed for cables with diameters up to 2.5 mm2. The adaptive insert with up to five power contacts provides up to 16 A per pin and is reverse polarity protected, shockproof and vibration-proof. A special focus of the development was on quality and safety aspects: the M12 power plug features a high-quality plastic housing.
The MULTILINE E series will also include an optimised housing version with a practical locking lever soon. The locking lever enables superfast connection and disconnection within seconds. This quick-change system also requires less manual force, making it very convenient to operate a MULTLINE E multiple connector that is completely equipped with drip-free adaptive inserts.
USA | Eisele Connectors Inc.
Eisele Pneumatics GmbH & Co. KG is a multinational family owned company with headquarters in Waiblingen. With 150 employees, Eisele develops, produces and distributes premium quality solid metal connectors and has become established over the past decades as a leading supplier of innovative connection solutions. The Eisele portfolio – manufactured virtually 100% in Germany – comprises all important standard connection components such as push-in connectors, quick-release connectors and tube fittings, as well as numerous innovative products with unique selling properties that set standards, such as an extensive line of multiple connectors. Worldwide distributors and the subsidiary Eisele Connectors in Michigan, USA, ensure the global availability of Eisele products.
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