Harting Han Ex Connectors Offer More Flexibility


Harting Han Ex Connectors Offer More Flexibility

Friday, May 15, 2015

Harting's Han Ex product portfolio is offering new standard inserts and housings, providing users with greater flexibility. Designed to conform with the preconditions for the ignition protection intrinsic safety category, Han Ex is deployed chiefly in the mining, chemistry and process automation industries.

The Han Ex portfolio can also be used also in the explosion endangered zones 1 and 2. In intrinsically safe electrical circuits, the power is limited so that even if a spark occurs it cannot ignite potentially explosive surroundings.

The product portfolio offers new standard inserts and housings in the proven HARTING sizes of 6B to 24B. The housing alloy has been selected to enable applications in methane-coal dust atmospheres. In addition, they comply with the IP protection class 65 in the plugged state. The blue coloring of the housing serves as a marking for intrinsically safe electrical circuits.

The Han Ex contact inserts also offer a large number of poles in the most compact space. Up to 64 contacts are possible in combination with a 24B housing. The crimp, screw and cage clamp connection technologies are all available. The housings offer cable outlets of M20 to M40, while a robust and reliable metal bracket serves as locking system.



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