Deutsch H D 1 0 Series Connectors O f f e r O u t s t a n d i n g P e r f o r m a n ce A n d E n v i r o n m e n t a l Protection

Deutsch, Industrial Products Division, recently announced the introduction of the HD10 Series Connectors for high performance industrial and commercial applications. The HD10 is ideally suited to light or heavy industrial and commercial applications, including trucking, public transportation, construction equipment, robotics, control systems, machinery, automotive, recreational vehicles, commercial aviation, marine, broadcast, video and telecommunications equipment, medical instrumentation, office and business equipment, plus numerous other electrical and electronic applications.

The HD10 features a lightweight, high-impact thermoplastic shell design which provides an environmental barrier to grease, dirt, dust, moisture, chemical contamination and corrosion.

The connector can operate with either AC or DC from 2mV to 1,500 VAC, and maintains a current rating capacity from 13 to 100 amps.

Operating temperature range is from —55° C to +125° C and can withstand up to 50g's without unlocking or unmating. The connector accepts either stranded or solid wire (4 to 18 AWG) with standard crimp terminations. Contact retention is rated at 25 pounds for Size 16, with an insulation resistance of 1,000 megohms at 25° C.

Keyed coupling provides an accurate and positive alignment of contacts and permits simplified mating/unmating of connectors. The HD10 is available in kit form, ready to use and easy to assembly, making it ideal for field maintenance and repair. Contact cavities are sequentially numbered for positive identification and connector assembly. Presently, this series is available in either panel mount or in-line receptacles that mate with a straight plug, and come with a choice of six insert arrangements.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 70,  Dec 1987

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