Power connectors are sealed for environmental conditions

Sterling, Mass.—Anderson Power Products (APP) introduces SPEC Pak High Power Connector, APP’s latest addition to the SPEC Pak Connector series of sealed power for environmental conditions. The SPEC Pak High Power Connector has power handling capacity from 75 to 260 amps and an IP68-rated waterproof environmentally sealed shell, making it very useful for portable and test equipment; solar, wind and traditional power generation; traffic control equipment; as well as transportation, industrial, agricultural, and military applications.

The SPEC Pak line’s housing design and materials create a rugged, watertight and weather-proof enclosure to protect electrical components from water, dust, and other harsh environmental contaminants. The SPEC Pak High Power Connector features a UL94 V-0 flammability rating and a UL 746C F1 weather-ability rating. It is compatible with industry-standard PG threaded sealing glands and has sturdy aluminum latches with lockout/tag-out capability.

The SPEC Pak High Power Connector shell accepts 75 to 180 amp Powerpole contacts and up to eight auxiliary contacts. Powerpole contact housings are available in a wide array of colors, providing wire to housing color coding options and design flexibility. The combination of housings, power, ground and signal contacts offer thousands of design options for the most demanding applications.

Wire sizes can accommodate a range from 24 to 3/0 AWG. The user configurable Powerpole insert housings offer maximum flexibility for the SPEC Pak High Power Connector. The H02 arrangement holds up to two PP180 contacts and eight auxiliaries. The H03 arrangement features up to three PP120 contacts and eight auxiliaries, while the H06 arrangement accommodates up to six PP75 contacts and eight auxiliaries.



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