New Deutsch HDP Series Electrical Connector

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

LADD Industries Inc. announces the addition of the HDP Series C038 modification to the Deutsch Industrial HDP product family. HDP series circular connectors feature multiple pin count arrangements specifically designed for environments where moisture, dirt and rough terrain can contaminate or damage electrical connections.

The HDP Series C038 modification is a seven cavity arrangement that accepts four size 16 contacts rated for 13 amps each and three size 4 contacts rated for 100 amps each at 125°C continuous. The new arrangement is a standard size 24 high-performance thermoplastic shell. The C038 connectors accept a special size 4 contact and standard size 16 stamped & formed or solid contacts. The new size 4 contacts are solid and accept 4 AWG wire. The HDP Series C038 connectors are shock and vibration resistant, and meet all the standard specifications for the heavy-duty Deutsch product line.

The Deutsch Industrial product line and the HDP Series connectors offer innovative connector solutions for harsh environments. LADD Industries, your exclusive authorized US Deutsch Industrial distributor, is pleased to offer the HDP Series C038 modification to meet your industrial connector requirements. Please contact LADD at 1-800-223-1236 for more information on the new HDP Series C038 modification and all your Deutsch Industrial connector needs.

 

Source: LADD Industries

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