Two Product Premieres at SPS 2019
M12x1-connectors with plastic locking nut
Plastic locking nuts dispose of a decisive advantage over stainless steel locking nuts: They are cost-effective, but by no means a cheap alternative. The plastic locking nuts developed by ESCHA are extremely robust and can be tightened by hand as well as with a torque wrench. They are media- and temperature resistant and especially adapted for applications in utility vehicle area or agriculture. In addition, ESCHA plastic locking nuts come in four colours (black, grey, red and blue). Thus, connectors can easily be marked facilitating a quick allocation or distinction.
In the food- and beverage industry, connectors of special plastics are used ensuring connector resistance to aggressive media and detergents. ESCHA has developed a grey plastic locking nut in a so called ‘Hygienic Design‘ exactly for this application area. This prevents the formation of dirt pockets and is resistant to Ecolab-detergents. In this way, F&B-sector customers can also make use of the cost benefits of a plastic locking nut.
Extension M12x1-power-product portfolio
In the automation industry, the trend is moving more and more towards a reliable power transmission via compact interfaces. Particularly, the popular M12x1-interface is in focus of the current developments. ESCHA has decided to further extend its comprehensive M12x1-power-product portfolio and add PNO-conform variants with grey contact carriers and grey cables. At the SPS, the five-pole connectivity components with L-coding will be on display as single-ended- and double-ended cord sets as well as receptacles in various versions.
As a supplement to the M12x1-power-connectors and -receptacles, ESCHA also offers matching five-pole M12x1-power-splitters in H-, h- and T-housing styles. These splitters provide an easy decentralized power wiring following the bus wiring. In addition to the five-pole L-coded variants, ESCHA has already had on offer M12x1-power-connectivity with four-pole L-coded as well as S-, T- and K-coded for a long time. All ESCHA M12x1-power-components are dust- and waterproof according to protection classes IP65, IP67 and IP68 in screwed condition. They have been designed in such away meeting the UL2237 requirements. They provide a large extension of power transmission through a connection cross section up to 2.5mm². A big advantage – particularly with direct voltage distribution – is the small voltage drop in contrast to smaller cross sections.
Standard, Special, Tailor-made
In addition to the two new developments, ESCHA is again showing solutions out of its comprehensive standard portfolio as well as interesting modification projects and customer-specific developments. Visitors can get information on these topics on Stand 321 in Hall 10.0 from 26 to 28 November.
ESCHA GmbH & Co. KG
Elberfelder Str. 32
58553 Halver | Germany
Dipl.-Medienökonom Florian Schnell
Manager Corporate Communications
Tel.: +49 2353 708-8156
The ESCHA Group is a leading supplier in the fields of connectivity and housing technology. For more than 35 years, the family-controlled company has been developing and manufacturing innovative product novelties taking dynamics to the market for automation components. Based on its standard products, the company designs custom-made connectivity and individual special solutions. With about 900 employees around the globe and highly in-depth development and production, ESCHA is extending its product portfolio constantly and independently. The group turnover in 2018 amounts to 77 million Euros. ESCHA guarantees high availability and consistent quality of its products worldwide through production facilities in Germany, Czech Republic and China as well as licensed production in USA and Mexico.
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