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TE Connectivity’s Dynamic D8000 Pluggable Connectors, offer High Current Capacity for Factory Automation and Robotics

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Mouser Electronics, is now stocking the Dynamic D8000 pluggable connectors from TE Connectivity. The Dynamic D8000 pluggable connectors feature high current capacity, including 1000 VDC rated voltage, 3000 Vair conditioning withstand voltage, and 100 A current per pin. These reliable, high-performance connectors support a range of applications, including battery management systems, battery test equipment, factory automation and robotics.

The TE Connectivity Dynamic D8000 Pluggable Connectors are available as both wire-to-wire (WTW) and wire-to-board (WTB) modules with two-position construction. The pluggable connectors employ an audible lock design to ensure safe and reliable locking, while crimping contacts save valuable assembly time for device designers.

Boasting 58 N per-pin mating and unmating forces, the Dynamic D8000 Pluggable Connectors feature silver plating on the mating surface with a polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) and high-temperature nylon housing. The robust connectors also offer >98 N contact retention force in the housing. TE Connectivity’s Dynamic Series is both vibration and shock proven, ensuring an extended service life.

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