New Six-terminal Signal Splitter Gives More Functions in a Single Connector Amphenol’s Tru-Loc splitter reduces number of connectors needed in an application

Amphenol Industrial Products Group, a global leader in interconnect systems has introduced a signal splitter featuring six-terminal inputs to allow a higher combinations of functions in a single connector and help reduce the number of connectors needed in an application.

The Company’s new splitter receives power and signal from one cable and splits it into two equal, yet separate, sets of power and signal as output, saving money and space whilst allowing additional functionality. Manufactured from thermoplastic material and capable of operating in environments up to 150°C, the Tru-Loc splitter is ideal for use by OEMs in several markets including industrial automation, process control, power generation, diesel, LNG and gas engines, automotive sensing, cycling (electronic gear shifting) as well as the industrial internet markets.

The Tru-Loc splitters are designed for use in CANbus Networks: CAN-high, CAN-low, ground or shielded, I/O power, low amperage power distribution as well as sensor harnessing, feature 120 Ohm +/-10% of controlled impedance between two sets of contact pairs perfect for multiple sets of sensors in the same network. The mating plug connectors feature Amphenol’s RADSOK socket contacts and offer up to 13 A current capability per contact and dielectric withstanding of 1,600 VAC rms.

Technical Specifications

  • Six-terminal inputs
  • Operating temperature from -40°C to 150°C
  • 120 Ohm +/-10% controlled impedance
  • 13 A current capability
  • Dielectric withstanding of 1,600 VAC rms

 

For more information, please visit http://www.amphenol-industrial.com or e-mail jwilliams@amphenol-aio.com. Get the company’s updates: http://www.linkedin.com/company/amphenol-industrial-operations

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