34 items match your criteria:
HARTING M8 A-Coded Series
HARTING M12 Series
HARTING M12 Stainless Steel Series
HARTING 7/8" Series
HARTING M23 Signal, Power & Hybrid Series
HUMMEL M12 Power Series
HUMMEL M16 Signal & Power Series
HUMMEL M23 Signal Series
HUMMEL M23 Power & Hybrid Series
Lumberg Automation M8 A-Coded Series
Lumberg Automation M12 A-Coded
Lumberg Automation M12 X-Coded
Lumberg Automation 7/8" Series
Lumberg Automation M23 Series
Lumberg Automation Two Way Distributors / T-Connectors Series
Lumberg Automation ASB Series (Passive Distribution Boxes)
Lumberg Automation LioN Series
Lumberg Automation LioN-Link Series
Binder M9 IP67 (712, 702 Series)
Binder M5 (707 Series)
Binder M8 A-Coded (768, 718 Series)
Binder M12-A Coded (713, 763 Series)
Binder M12-B Coded (715, 766 Series)
Binder M12 D-Coded / M12 X-Coded (825, 876 Series)
Binder M18 (714 Series)
Binder 7/8” (820, 870 Series)
Binder Bayonet NCC Miniature (770 Medical Application Series)
Binder Snap-in Miniature (720 Medical Application Series)
Binder Snap-in Subminiature (620 Medical Application Series)
Hirschmann CM Series
Hirschmann GDM Series
Hirschmann G Series
Hirschmann NR Series
Hirschmann M12 A-Coded Cable Connectors (E-Series)
What are sensor and automation connectors used for?
Sensor connectors utilise technology enabling them to integrate into industrial automation processes seamlessly. These connectors are used to join corresponding cables and components with equipment as part of the industrial automation process. Each separate component is then joined together as a single automated unit.
These connectors are compact in design and ensure system wiring is both economical and rational. With a range of compatible connectors, sockets and accessories available, our varied sensor connector types and automation cables can be flexibly configured.
They are suitable for a wide range of specifications in the field of automation technology. Circular M5, M8, M12, M23 and 7/8” sensor connectors of protection class IP67 are available in shielded and unshielded versions.
How do sensor connectors work?
Sensor connectors and cables are widely used alongside switches, sensors and transducers. Their versatility means they can be utilised in a variety of applications ranging from industrial automation systems to vehicles and automotive applications.
Due to this versatility, sensor connectors are suited to a wide variety of applications and diverse environments.
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