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Connectors
Connectors
Electrical connectors are devices used to join electrical terminations and complete a working circuit. Connectors work in pairs: plugs (male) and jacks (female). Hundreds of connector types exist for power, signal and control applications.

A wide variety of characteristics help determine the use case for a connector. Different connectors have different pinouts, contact resistance, insulation, sizes, ruggedness, resistance to external hazards, and more. Different physical construction styles exist to easily differentiate one type of connector from another. Connector pairs share most if not all characteristics, and can’t work with a plug or jack of another type.

Common connectors include cam-style, circular, coaxial, pin and sleeve, rectangular, straight blade, and mechanical for splice and reducing. Many include twist locks and are keyed to prevent disconnection and ensure the correct plug joins with the correct receptacle.

  • Non-Vulcanized E1016 & EZ1016 Plugs Feature a High-Strength, Molded-In-Place Locking Ring to Capture and Secure the Insulator to the Contact
  • Non-Metallic Retaining Screw Provides Safe, Strong, and Reliable Contact Retention
  • Snapback Covers Provide NEMA 3R Environmental Seal
  • Accommodates a Wide Range of Cable Sizes: #2 – 4/0
  • Wide Range of Colors Available
Cam-Lok™ J-Series connectors quickly replace traditional hardwiring and offer more safety with integrated watertight insulators and a strain relief system. Plus, a wide range of sizes, colors and accessories are available for complete flexibility.
J-Series plugs and receptacles are specifically designed for industrial power distribution applications requiring quick, tool-free connections. Ideal for portable power, power distribution, motors, generators and entertainment applications; J-Series replaces traditional hardwiring while cutting downtime and maintenance. J-Series connectors are insulated, shatter/crack resistant and water tight plus heat, weather, ozone, oil, and abrasion resistant.
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  • Over 70 Insert Arrangements
  • Rated up to 3000VAC/4200VDC
  • Contact Current up to 150 Amps
  • Various Shell Styles
  • Pre-Solder Cup Terminations
DMS series connectors are intermateable and intermountable with MIL-C-5015 connectors. DMS series connectors are designed for use in a wide range of general industrial applications.
  • RoHS Versions Available
  • Quick and Easy Termination
  • Keyed Shells to Prevent Mis-Mating
  • Wide Variety of Accessories Available
  • Environment Resistant Types Available
  • Watertight Elastomeric Insulators Molded From Colorfast Material, Color-Coded for Easy Phase Identification
  • 1/3 of a Turn Assures a High Pressure Contact Approaching 600 Lbs. per Sq. In. Providing Minimum Resistance
  • Contacts Carefully Machined From a High Conductivity Brass to a Smooth Sliding Fit and Easy Locking Action
  • Double Cam Principle Provides a Positive, Vibration-Proof Connection
  • No Moving Contact Surfaces, Eliminating Arcing or Burning
  • Accepts a Wide Range of Cable Sizes
  • E-Z Assembly and Disassembly
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  • Over 70 Insert Arrangements
  • Rated Voltage up to 1250VAC/1750VDC
  • Rated Current up to 150Amps
  • Various Shell Styles
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Wide Variety of Accessories Available
  • Can be used in Aerospace, Machine Tool, Measurement Equipment, Communication Equipment and Other Industrial Equipment
DMS A/B-F series is compatible with MIL-DTL-5015. A various combination of the plugs, receptacles and accessories is also available and can be used for cable-to-cable usage and cable-to-panel usage. DMS A/B-F series is provided with 11 kinds of shell sizes from 12 to 36, 5 kinds of contact size from #16 to #0 and 73 kinds of insert arrangements to accommodate a wide variety of applications.
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  • 400 Amps
  • 600 VAC
  • NEMA 3R and NEMA 4 Rated
  • Available in Many DIfferent Colors
CLS Series inline connectors have a non-conductive retaining screw which passes through the metal contact and fastens at both ends to the retaining ring, providing maximum resistance to excessive torque loading. Constructed of weatherproof materials, products are UL listed and CSA certified. NEMA 3R and NEMA 4 rated for wet locations. All Marinco CL Series, CLS Series and CLM Series products mate precisely with all other manufacturers' cam products.
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  • 150 Amps
  • 600 VAC
  • Wire Sizes 2~8
  • Available in Many Different Colors
The CLM "Mini" Series includes an exclusive double set screw connection and offers all the weather tight features of the CLS Series. The connector's wire pocket accepts #8 to #2 Type W cable, and is specifically engineered and manufactured for loads to 150A. All Marinco CL Series, CLS Series and CLM Series products mate precisely with all other manufacturers' cam products.
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  • 400 Amps
  • 600 VAC
  • UL and cUL Listed
  • Brass Contacts
CL Series cam devices use a unique design that is easily field-assembled with simple hand tools and offer superior durability and safety. Built with brass contacts as standard, the CL Series offers universal strain relief for all wire gauges. One housing fits #6 - 4/0 cable. UL and cUL listed. All Marinco CL Series, CLS Series and CLM Series products mate precisely with all other manufacturers' cam products.
  • E-Z Assembly and Disassembly- No Tools Needed
  • Superior Electromechanical Connections
  • Up to 190A Continuous
  • Up to 600V AC/DC
  • UL; CSA Approved
The Cam-Lok J-Series E-Z1016 Plugs feature a high-strength, molded-in-place locking ring to capture and secure the insulator to the contact. The contacts are carefully machined from a high conductivity brass for a smooth sliding fit and easy locking action. The series’ watertight elastomeric insulators are molded from colorfast material, color-coded for easy phase identification. The Recessed contacts are protected by insulating jacket that extends beyond contact ends for safety.
  • Self-Compensating for Wear
  • Accepts a Wide Range of Cable Sizes
  • Locked Contacts Will Withstand a Pulling Force of 1,000 lbs
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