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HARTING is skilled in the fields of electrical, electronic and optical connection, transmission and networking, as well as in manufacturing, mechatronics and software creation. The company uses these skills to develop customised solutions and products including market-leading connectors for energy and data transmission, rail technology, renewable energy, factory automation and telecommunications.
HARTING also produces Backplanes, enclosures, cable assemblies and / or the assembly of individual or complete systems.
A full list of HARTING products is available in the eCatalogue.
The HARTING Group, founded over 70 years ago in Espelkamp, Germany, is now a global operation, with subsidiaries in 43 countries including HARTING Ltd. in the United Kingdom.
HARTING’s technology magazine can be viewed here and videos can also be viewed on You Tube.
HARTING Limited Articles
HARTING expand their PushPull connector series
The protected and compact PushPull connector series from HARTING is expanding. The new Mini PushPull is a waterproof and dustproof version of the ix Industrial Ethernet interface, an option for fast and reliable data connectivity in demanding industrial environments and applications exposed to the elements.
HARTING honoured with the ‘Best of Industry Award’ for its Han-Modular domino modules
The industry media of the Vogel Communications Group presented their ‘Best of Industry Awards’ shortly before the turn of the year. The HARTING Technology Group emerged as the winner in the ‘Electrical Equipment’ category with its Han-Modular Domino modules.
HARTING to discuss future technologies at Industrial Ethernet Week
Join HARTING for their second Industrial Ethernet Week, which takes place between the 21st and 23rd February 2023.
HARTING Technology Group exceeds billion Euro revenue mark
The HARTING Technology Group has achieved a milestone in its corporate history by exceeding the billion Euro revenue mark for the first time.
HARTING expands SPE infrastructure range
HARTING has launched an expanded range of products to support and boost its Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) infrastructure.
From flat PCBs to miniature implantable 3D-Circuits
As electronic devices continue to evolve and shrink, so do their circuits and, ultimately, their components. This development has raised the demand for component miniaturisation.
Han-Modular Domino modules from HARTING win award
The new Han-Modular Domino modules have received industry recognition, winning the award for ‘Cables and Connectors Product of the Year’ at the Instrumentation Excellence Awards, held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London on Thursday 27th October 2022
Powerful space-saving connectors for e-mobility
To expand the connector range to cover harsh environments with limited installation space, HARTING is adding Han HPR Compact hoods and housings to the series.
Han Modular Domino Modules
When Han-Modular was released in 1993, it was the first modular industrial connector to run power, signal, and data alongside each other in a single connector. Now HARTING announce the next development stage of the modular connector; the new Han-Modular Domino range.
High level of physical protection for POS terminals
POS terminals (point-of-sale) are not sufficiently protected against physical attacks. Attackers can access sensitive data (such as credit card number and PIN codes) using probes or mini-drills. An additional security element in the security caps of the terminals can reliably prevent such attacks.
Carriers replace flexible printed circuit boards
HARTING has developed a component carrier that can be used directly with electronic components eliminating manual assembly and replacing flexible printed circuit boards. Increasing precision and reducing assembly costs.
New Han-Modular connectors for energy storage
HARTING’s Han-Modular series offers numerous connectors which sustainably increase the energy efficiency of machines and systems. The latest example of this is the Han 300A module. It fits in with the classic development goal for energy storage systems by enabling more capacity with less weight.
Han L32 B offers optimal use of installation space
Using an L32 B connector allows users to replace two size 16 B interfaces, saving over 40% of installation space. This makes it possible to transmit power, signals and data with fewer interfaces and fewer components. It also cuts the time required to assemble interfaces. The resulting reduced weight and space savings contribute to lower consumption and stands for sustainable product design.
Combine power and data with har-modular
Device development in the industrial arena is advancing in ever shorter cycles. At the same time, devices are becoming more and more compact, presenting challenges for developers looking for the right solution for transmitting data, signals or power. Designed to help the developers' work, HARTING is offering a solution with har-modular that is opening up an entirely new scope of flexibility on PCBs.
Han S gives users a complete cable assembly
Energy efficiency is an important global topic. Across their broad product range, HARTING has addressed this theme by offering specific solutions. With the Han S, HARTING has developed a series of connectors that enable customers to build energy storage systems based on battery modules.
RJ Industrial MultiFeature simplifies access to the IIoT
In 2021, HARTING has announced that they are once again highlighting the right infrastructure for the road to the IIoT, including solutions such as the RJ Industrial MultiFeature, a significantly improved version of the classic RJ45.
Han HPR EMC-shielded faster wall-mounting for connectors
The metal housings in the Han EMV and Han HPR series are now available in versions that enable contact inserts to be mounted from the rear, an option that simplifies the placement of interfaces on switch cabinet walls, increases the installation speed and lowers costs in the long term.
HARTING modular solutions at Smart Factory Expo 2020
HARTING has announced that it will be discussing their range of innovative connectivity and modular solutions at the online Smart Factory Expo from the 9th to the 13th November 2020. Their product and market specialists will be on hand to discuss the benefits of modularisation in the modern smart factory, including adaptable production methods, reduced maintenance downtimes and shortened set up times.
HARTING discuss latest industrial technologies in webinar series
Following the success of the first Experts Camp back in May, HARTING have organised a second series of webinars to discuss the latest in industry innovations and connection technology. Below you’ll find more details of the topics HARTING’s specialists will present, including products, time-saving solutions and technologies for designing the future.
Electronic assemblies without PCBs from Harting
LDS enables the production of electronic assemblies with flexible geometric shapes. This process enables electronic products (such as smart phones, sensors or medical devices) to become even smaller and more powerful. Automated manufacturing processes also make this process more economically attractive.