Published 19-09-2019

CONNECTOR ENCLOSURES PROMISE INTERFERENCE-FREE OPERATION

18-09-2019

Treotham has a novel range of enclosures designed for use with ilme’s compact spring, screw, crimp and data connectors in applications where electromagnetic interference is an issue.

The zinc alloy bulkhead-mounting MKAS IVG20 housings are coated for electromagnetic compatibility, and provide full shielding not only outside but also inside the cabinet, which is especially important for highly sensitive applications.

To increase the EMC shielding, the housings have a special built-in flange and sealing gasket, which creates continuous contact with the mounting surface.

There is a choice of levers, depending on the mounting requirements of the application: a standard lever with rolls, which is perfect for frequent disconnection, and a galvanised or stainless-steel rigid lever, ideal for high mechanical loads.

Treotham offers a range of ilme EMC hoods and cable glands that can be combined to make connections that withstand electromagnetic interference even inside the cabinet.

Treotham Automation
1300 65 75 64
www.treotham.com.au

 

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