IP67/IP69K rated connectors meet ISO 15170

5th December 2017
Source: TTI Europe
Posted By : Mick Elliott
IP67/IP69K rated connectors meet ISO 15170

Available at distributor TTI is ITT Cannon’s APD Series connectors. These are lightweight plastic interconnects with bayonet coupling and optional secondary locking. Rated to IP67/IP69K against water and dust ingress, the interconnects now have a modular interface that offers maximum flexibility for the management of cabin to chassis interface and inline connectors in transport applications.

Originally developed for the harsh environments found in the agricultural, construction, truck and bus market where high sealing grades have to be met, the connector family is designed according to ISO 15170 specifications.

Lightweight and field-repairable, the APD Series includes 1-and 2-way high power, VDE-certified 4-way high voltage and up to 51-way high-density connectors.

ITT Cannon has now added the Modular APD Interface, an innovative system enabling configuration and interchangeability of multiple APD connectors.

Further specifications of APD Series connectors include: temperature range of -40degC to +125degC; high power or high voltage up to 245A/maximum voltage 500VAC/DC; wire range 0.35 – 50mm² (AWG 22 – AWG 0); plug, flange, snap-in and jam nut versatile mounting styles; 1, 2, 4, 6/7, 19, 37 and 51 way configurations.

Applications include chassis, gear box, cooling and heating systems, signal and power distribution, lighting, engine control unit, dashboard harnessing and others.


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