“WOW” M12 X-type female plug and flange

“Transmit up to 10 GBits/s with our proven M12 connectors
Field attachable and without sacrificing quality with M12 X-type”

M122Various plugs, adapters and flanges are needed to quickly and easily connect M12 connectors of industrial plants in the field. Various additional attachment options are also required for fixing within the machine or plant.

With our new M12 X-Type range, an integrated system of field attachable connectors and flanges in socket design are now available. All components comply with the transmission category Cat. 6A and are in compliance with IP 67.

A transmission solution for 10 GBit/s can be quickly and easily created without any special tools with M12 X-Type.

Protected IP 67 connectors enable reliable signal transmission in virtually any environment. Thus, for example, in the application of surveillance or quality assurance, where camera and multimedia signals are often transmitted outdoors or other “dirty” environments.

Product advantages:

Field attachable: Thanks to our insulation displacement connection technology (IDC), manual installation is quick and easy – no special tools required.

High protection class: When plugged in, the flange and the female plug meet all the criteria of protection degree IP 67 and are thus resistant to dust and spray water.

10 Gigabit Ethernet: The Cat.6A certification enables future-proof and high-performance Ethernet transmissions with up to 10 GBit

You can find out more on our website, or alternatively, please feel free to call us on 0845 094 2006.

Weidmüller – electrical connection, transmission and conversion of power, signals and data in the industrial environment – Let’s connect.

This post was updated by Lesley Young from Weidmüller UK.

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