Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) means that a connector is shielded or shieldable. This is required when it is necessary to protect the signals or data conducted by the connector, as well as to protect external devices, from disturbance due to electromagnetic effects.
Automation TechnologyAdvancing digitisation and current manufacturing technologies make possible ever smaller and more high-performance elements in the areas of sensor technology and networking. Here, sensor technology means the detection of physical values and their conversion into electric values. These electric values are converted into a digital signal that can be transmitted by means of bus communication to other bus devices. This will make automated production more modular and flexible in the future, with a preference for standardised connectors like the models M8 and M12. The worldwide availability of the connectors and their adaptation to a broad range of applications have already led to numerous versions, e.g. codings.
MiniatureConnectors with an external diameter of 16–21.5 mm and various locking systems.
The binder 415 series X-coded M16 connectors from binder can handle data transfer rates up to an impressive 10 Gbits/s. The 8-contact series includes a male and female cable connector and a female flange connector for front connection. When mated, they have IP67 protection. They are available with dip solder or insulation displacement connections.