Binder USA Introduces 818 Series M8 D-coded Field-Attachable Connectors

Binder USA, LP, launched the 818 series M8 D-coded field-attachable, molded cordset and panel mount connectors. The new 818 series is ideal for Industry 4.0 use in automation, sensors, test and measurement, and industrial Ethernet applications. The M8 D-coded connectors are available with four gold-plated contacts rated for 63 V DC at 4 A, suitable for IP67 environments when mated. The 818 Series meets IEC 61076-2-114, which allows use with other manufacturers' connectors and sockets. The M8-D connectors are rated for CAT5 and suitable for PoE+ (Power over Ethernet) with data transmission of 100 MBits/s.

Binder USA, LP, launched the 818 series M8 D-coded field-attachable, molded cordset and panel mount connectors. The new 818 series is ideal for Industry 4.0 use in automation, sensors, test and measurement, and industrial Ethernet applications. The M8 D-coded connectors are available with four gold-plated contacts rated for 63 V DC at 4 A, suitable for IP67 environments when mated. The 818 Series meets IEC 61076-2-114, which allows use with other manufacturers' connectors and sockets. The M8-D connectors are rated for CAT5 and suitable for PoE+ (Power over Ethernet) with data transmission of 100 MBits/s.


Summary of key features:
• Series 818
• 4 AU (gold) plated contacts
• Degree of protection: IP67 in mated condition
• Rated voltage and current: 63 V DC, 4 A
• Temperature range from -25 C to +85 C

Download M8-D Series 818 connector brochure at https://www.binder-usa.com/news/new-product-brochures/.

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