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Comment Automation & Control

Optimized design for new connection capabilities

By Chemical Engineering |

4The Multiline Adaptive line of connectors has been further developed to create the Multiline E (photo). The unique adaptive inserts of the new product line can also be equipped with electrical and electronic connections. For integration of the E-connectors, the company optimized the design of the base body, which can be manufactured in stainless steel or anodized aluminum. The bore holes for the standardized outer geometry of the adaptive inserts now feature an additional slot to prevent twisting of the electro inserts and guarantee the correct polarity of the E-connectors. The E-connector line is being launched with the widely used and standardized M12 round connectors in different constructions for diverse applications. Options include A-coding, Cube6, Profibus, Ethernet and three to twelve pins. — Eisele Pneumatics GmbH & Co. KG, Waiblingen, Germany

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