Interlinked cabling of decentralised control cabinets in a modern factory/ production line environment often creates situations where multiple contacts need the same potential (e.g. Ground or 24V), for example when providing connections for sensors, switches and Powerbus daisy chaining. In such cases, Han® Multipliers allow for the use of a single feeding line instead of multiple feeding lines of the same potential. For example Han® Multipliers are particularly useful for connecting motor drives/inverter control wiring in either star or delta connection arrangements.
The Han® Multipliers, which are simply pushed onto the appropriate equipotential contacts, can therefore significantly reduce both labour and material costs and installation times by simplifying connections.
|Han-Yellock®with integrated Multipliers|
Harting has also recently developed a separate single 15 way Han-Yellock® Multiplier Block insert, based on its 16A rated Han E® crimp contacts, which can also be fitted with the full range of Han-Yellock® Multipliers. The key feature of this particular insert is that it will also fit into Harting’s Han-Modular® system concept.
As a result, their multiplier concept can now be applied right across Harting’s multipole I/O connector range of die-cast aluminium IP65 compliant Han® B and compliant IP68 Han® HPR high-strength construction hoods and housings, rugged plastic Han-Eco® series and can also be used inside switch cabinets, integrating with the Han-Snap® series.
The latest Han® connector series of inserts that offer this Multiplier functionality is the new finger-push cage clamp termination Han® ES Press range. Han® ES Press can accommodate rear plug-in Multipliers/Jumpers from 2 to 12 way versions.
Howard Forryan, product marketing specialist at Harting Limited, said; “These Multipliers provide an example of how Harting continues to develop new innovative connector technology design solutions for our world renowned series of rugged Han® rectangular multipole connectors. Harting also takes great care to ensure that these advances also provide backwards compatibility, allowing upgrades and improvements to be accommodated for minimum extra cost.”
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