Industrial Electronics

Heilind Electronics now stocking Amphenol ICC ix Industrial series connectors

23 March 2021

Heilind Electronics, a distributor of electronic components worldwide and an authorized distributor for Amphenol ICC, is now stocking the manufacturer’s new ix industrial series of connectors.

IEC 61076-3-124-compliant and designed to meet the needs of next-generation high-speed ruggedized industrial Ethernet requirements, the Amphenol ICC ix Industrial is ideal in equipment for factory and process automation, machine-to-machine communication, robotics, sensors, human interface devices and any device requiring Ethernet industrial internet of things connectivity in a highly automated industrial Source: Heilind ElectronicsSource: Heilind Electronicsenvironment.

The Amphenol ICC ix Industrial series is a 10-position connector capable of Cat6A performance in a package 70% smaller than the size of a typical RJ45 connector. With a 10 mm connector pitch, robust two-point metal latching and 360° shielding for electromagnetic interference immunity, it is poised to meet the needs of new higher density industrial Ethernet communication applications.

Designed to be inter-mateable with products from other authorized vendors, Amphenol ICC’s ix Industrial series helps to meet the growing demands of Industry 4.0 and cloud-to-factory floor Ethernet connectivity.

Amphenol ICC offers right angle and vertical PCB mount receptacles with multiple keying options, as well as mating field terminable plugs for easy on-site installation. Available versions include IP20-rated products for MICE1 environments and IP67 versions for MICE2 and MICE3 harsh environments.

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