HARTING Han-Eco series offers expanded deployment possibilities

New monoblock inserts for higher contact densities in the Han-Eco series are expanding deployment possibilities. In addition, the proven Han-Eco “click and mate” snap-in function offers significant handling advantages thanks to tool-less installation.
The Han-Eco series comprises robust connector housings made of glass-fibre reinforced high-performance plastics. The series has established itself on the market over the year and a half, thanks to its ability to offer advantages like weight savings and savings in time during assembly and installation.
The new monoblock E, which have been developed primarily for use in housings from the Han-Eco series, has seen the proven Han-Eco “click and mate” snap-in function retained, i.e. the simple and completely tool-free mounting of the insert.
A special feature of the new Han-Eco monoblock E is that it achieves up to 67 per cent higher contact density compared to Han E standard screw inserts of the same size.
The inserts feature a pre-leading PE contact (ground) and the possibility of a six-fold coding system. This results in contact numbers of 10+PE, 14+PE, 20+PE and 28+PE for the four sizes.
Moreover, it is also possible to combine a monoblock E with modules from the Han-Modular series in a housing from the Han-Eco series. Another possibility for use is in the Han-Modular docking frame. The new contacts are based on the proven Han E contacts with screw termination. The monoblocks E have a rated voltage of 500 V and a rated current of 16 A. The cable connection cross-section is 0.75 sq. mm (AWG 18) minimum and 2.5 sq. mm (AWG 14) maximum.

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