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TE Connectivity rolls Power4Net connector

27 Nov 2012

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Power4Net connector

TE Connectivity has revealed its Power4Net hybrid connectors that according to the company are designed to be an integral part of the customer application most suitable in the automation and control sector. The products are also engineered for machine automation applications that require a higher performance data connection and power of up to 10A in harsh and challenging conditions and environments, added the company.

The Power4Net connector portfolio claims to provide highly reliable connection technology supporting the demanding durability and quality requirements of real-time Ethernet applications in industrial automation. The standard Power4Net connectors offer eight power and four signal contacts, combining high speed Ethernet connectivity with high power contacts, described TE Connectivity. They allow devices to be powered and communicate with a one-connector system.

Combining the power supply and signal into one single connector helps provide customers with greater flexibility in machine architecture, stated the company.

For more information on TE Connectivity's Power4Net Connector, visit

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