EMI Series of EMI-resistant industrial multipole connectors are available in 6-, 10-, 16-, and 24-pole configurations and provide 70 to 90 dB of EMI attenuation. The connectors consist of a hood which mounts onto a base, which accepts inserts with screw-, crimp, or spring-clamp wiring terminations. EMI shielding is available for both incoming and mating connections. EMI Series are for use with machine tool, material-handling, and other factory automation equipment; for control and signal devices in transportation and other applications; and for medical equipment and facilities.
Wieland Electric Inc.Booth 32249 Int'l Rd.Burgaw, NC 28425FAX (910) 259-3691
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