Research for the highest possible number of contacts in the most compact space is a driver of today’s industry needs.

Industrial connectors follow this trend, in particular the modular series which by nature is at the forefront of innovation.

One such example is the ILME MIXO series of modular units from Treotham, which continues to be enriched with new modules.

The latest addition is the CX 36 IF/M crimp insert, a solution designed for the automation industry and focused on signal transmission scope.

With a rating of 4A, 32V, 0.8kV, 3 and with its 36 poles in a single module, CX 36 IF/M features a high contact density that allows users to save mounting space and employ it in multiple and flexible application options.

Used in combination with other MIXO modules it guarantees the most efficient installation on robots or other implementations.

With a wide range of crimp contacts – including turned or stamped gold plated, silver plated or the specially treated HNM contacts for up to 10,000 matings (along with special frames) – the installation possibilities are greatly enlarged.

For further details contact Treotham Automation.

Treotham Automation
1300 657 564

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