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Number of contacts
This indicates the number of contacts the connector has.
Lock
The locking system describes how the pin and socket elements are joined.
  • Push Pull The connection can be locked by simply pushing. To release the connection, the sleeve on the connector must be pulled back.
Degree of protection
The degrees of protection according to IEC60529 apply to various articles and provide information on protection against the intrusion of water and solids such as dust.
  • IP67 Fully protects against touch and against the intrusion of dust. Protects against water intrusion in temporary immersion (depth: 1 m; duration: 30 minutes).
Version
The choice of version allows the definition of certain technical specifications – for example the type of cable outlet or the size.
Installation type
Connectors are differentiated by installation type: those that are mounted in a device housing (panel mount) and those that are attached to cables.
EMC
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.
Product segment
binder areas of application or type of connector.
  • Subminiature Connectors in a very compact size, with M9, snap-in, bayonet or push-pull locking systems and external diameters of 8–14.5 mm.
Termination
The termination type determines how cables, single wires or PCBs can be joined with the connector.
  • solder The contact and the individual wires of a cable are connected using solder.

Micro Push-Pull IP67

Available with 3, 4 or 5 contacts rated 1A at 125V, the 420 series has a push-pull locking system which, when mated, fulfil IP67.The housing diameter of the cable connector measures just 9.5mm while the panel mount version measures 12.6mm. Mating cycles can be 1000+, wire gange maximum 0.14mm² and termination is solder.