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Bend relief resists up to 10,000 constraints at 90° angle

23 Oct 2013  | Julien Happich

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Bend Relief

Fischer Connectors has rolled out its UltiMate bend relief for circular push-pull connector. The company's latest connector is designed to prevent cable torsion and provide increased connection protection.

Designed to withstand a variety of severe environmental, industrial and chemical conditions, this connector features excellent EMC 360° shielding, extremely robust keying and an IP68/69 sealing even unmated. The Fischer UltiMate bend relief guarantees top performance without any hassle and requires no tool. Users only need to carry out five simple steps to complete self-assembly. Users can also adjust the bend relief to the cable diameter with a simple blade. The Fischer UltiMate bend relief is long lasting and resists up to 10,000 constraints at a 90° angle, at temperatures ranging from -55°C to 135°C. It is UV resistant.

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