binder USA introduces its most compact M5 connector w 360° shielding for interference-free signal transmission

binder USA expanded its series 707 portfolio with an M5 connector designed for use in exceptionally-small spaces. With 360° shielding, the new connector provides reliable signal transmission in industrial environments exposed to electromagnetic interference (EMI). The shielding enables an attenuation level of 60 dB at frequencies around 1 GHz. This connector is also ideal for the miniaturization required in applications such as: ultrasonic sensors, metrology, instrumentation, analytic devices, cobots, and drones, among many others. binder's M5 connector is available in 3- and 4-pin versions, with both straight and angled cable outlets. The screw-locking mechanism offers IP67-level protection against dust, water, shock, and vibration, and meets DIN EN 61076-2-105 specifications.

CAMARILLO, CA - December 1, 2022 - binder USA expanded its series 707 portfolio with an M5 connector designed for use in exceptionally-small spaces. With 360° shielding, the new connector provides reliable signal transmission in industrial environments exposed to electromagnetic interference (EMI). The shielding enables an attenuation level of 60 dB at frequencies around 1 GHz. This connector is also ideal for the miniaturization required in applications such as: ultrasonic sensors, metrology, instrumentation, analytic devices, cobots, and drones, among many others.


binder's M5 connector is available in 3- and 4-pin versions, with both straight and angled cable outlets. The screw-locking mechanism offers IP67-level protection against dust, water, shock, and vibration, and meets DIN EN 61076-2-105 specifications.

"By the end of the year, binder will offer angled panel mount parts with dip solder contacts for PCB assembly, and M5 variants that can be freely assembled in the field," said Guido Werner, Product Manager at binder. "With a wide selection of overmolded cables, panel mount parts, and field-wireable connectors, binder's M5 portfolio will then be complete."

Product highlights:
• binder series: 707
• Pin count: 3 and 4
• Rated voltage: 60 V
• Rated current: 1 A
• Protection level: IP67
• Termination: crimp, dip soldering

For additional information, please visit our product page: Series 707 M5 Connector

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