Electrical cables and cords are assemblies of one or more wires bundled together, used to connect two or more devices and transfer electrical signals or power between them.

Cables are used in a wide variety of applications, and most are tailored for a specific purpose. Cordsets include both the cable and the electrical connectors attached at each end. For power cords and extension cords, one end has a male connector to connect to a power source, and a female connector that attaches to the equipment

Other cordsets include Ethernet cords with matching modular connectors at each end, and computer and interface cables with single-purpose connectors like VGA or PIC that transfer specific signals. Accessories include adapters, junction blocks, extension reels and field wiring kits.

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The Micro-DC (MDC) series, also known as Micro-change or M12, is one of the most widely used industrial quick disconnects in the industrial market. Despite the name, these euro-style connectors can be used in either AC or DC applications. They are commonly used in factory automation for items such as sensors, actuators, motors, switches, safety light curtains, mats, and interlock switches to name a few. The MDC series has a single keyway which is known as A-coded. The commonly used industry term “M12” is in reference to the coupling thread used to connect the MDC cables to the mating receptacles. The MDC product is offered in 2–8 and 12 pole configurations with a variety of outer jacket materials, and other options. The euro color code (without a ground wire) and the single keyway (A-Coded) distinguish the MDC from other connectors that are similar in size and function.
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The M8 (NAN-series) is often referred to as a “pico” or “nano” connector. The small size makes it the perfect choice when space is limited. The M8 is commonly used with many of the miniature proximity, hall-effect and photo-electric sensors. The NAN series is available in 2 different versions; snap-on (available in 3, 4 and 6 pole) and thread-on (available in 3 and 4 pole). Male connectors in this series can be used to mate with both the snap-on and threaded female connectors.The male has threads and the small snap ring. Both snap-on and thread-on versions have the same water tight specifications (IP67) as well as the same voltage and amperage rating. It is simply customer preference as to which one suits their needs.
Snap-On Version
A snap-on connector is simply pushed onto the mating part and an audible snap can be heard as they lock together.
Threaded Version
The thread-on is similar to the MIN-Series and Micro series in that there is a threaded coupling nut which is tightened when mating.
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  • Provide NEMA 6P and IP 68 Protection
  • Mechanically Keyed to Eliminate Mismating
  • Available in 2~6 Pole Male and Female Plugs
  • Straight or Right-Angled Configurations
  • Single or Dual Keyway Design
MICRO Series interconnects from REMKE Industries have been designed for low amperage AC or DC control systems and are compatible with the pin configurations used by major U.S. and European sensor manufactures. The MICRO Series of connectors, cable assemblies and receptacles allow fast and easy replacement of 12mm to 18mm sensors, switches, and control components.
  • Optional LEDs
  • Optional Braided Shielding
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Mencom offers over-molded cables and field wireable connectors. Many are available in straight and right angle configurations. The cables are available in many off the shelf lengths and the jacket material is typically PVC, PUR or TPE. For custom applications please consult the factory.
Nothing says “convenience” more than a completed, pre-wired, ready to use, multi-pin receptacle. Many of our receptacles are available fully potted with an industry leading array of mounting options. These include ½” NPT, M20, M25, Panel Mount, and Back Mount to name a few. Standard lead lengths are 0.3m, 0.5m 1m, 2m and 3m, but we can easily customize to your required length and/or color code. Solder cup and crimp terminations are also available.
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While most industrial electrical connectors are used in a wide variety of applications, the “solenoid valve connector” is primarily used on solenoid valves. Over the years as solenoid valves have changed and reduced in size, the solenoid valve connectors have changed as well. Designed to conform to EN175301-803 (formerly DIN 43650), or to “De Facto” industry standards, Mencom solenoid valve connectors are available in 5 different interfaces (Form A, Form B, Form C as well as Industry Standard Form B and Industry Standard Form C).
Mencom’s standard valve connector offers a polyamide body with thermoplastic gasket integrally molded into the face of the mold connectors. Molded versions utilize a PVC jacket with 18 AWG conductors, while the field wireables are available in PG9, PG11, and ½” NPT threaded openings. Valve connectors with circuitry and suppression aid in diagnostics and protection of equipment. Several circuitry and suppression options are available. Solenoid valve connectors all carry an IP65 Rating.
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The MIN-Series is so named because they are generally referred to in the industry as MINI-Change, 7/8” connectors, or Mini connectors. The MIN series can be used for transmission of signal and/or power. The MIN-Series is a popular connector choice for machine safety components, lighting, Bus Networks, robots, and numerous other applications. Our MIN-Series is available in 2~14 and 19 pole versions, divided into 4 different sizes.
SIZE I connectors include 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 14 pole versions. All of the Size I connectors are based on a 1” hex for the receptacles and utilize a 7/8” UN mating thread.
SIZE II connectors include a larger 6 pole, along with 7 & 8 pole versions. The Size II connectors are based on a 1.125” hex for the receptacles and utilize a 1” UN mating thread.
SIZE III connectors include 9, 10, 12 & 19 pole versions. The Size III connectors are based on a 1.25” hex for the receptacles and utilize a 1 1/8” UN mating thread.
MIN Power connectors include 3, 4 & 7 pole versions. The MINH 3, 4 pole connectors are based on a 7/8”-16 mating thread & 1” hex for the receptacles and utilize a 7/8”-16 mating thread & 1” coupling nut for the cordsets. The MINH 7 pole connectors are based on a 1”-16 mating thread & 1.13” hex for the receptacles and utilize a 1”-16 mating thread & 1.1” coupling nut for the cordsets. The PMIN 3, 4 pole connectors are based on a 1 3/8-16” mating thread & 1.5” hex for the receptacles and utilize a 1 3/8-16” mating thread & 1.5” coupling nut for the cordsets.
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  • NEMA 6P and IP 68 Protection
  • Connectors, Cable Assemblies, and Receptacles Available in Male and Female Configurations
  • Straight and 90 degree Designs
  • 2 thru 12 Pole Configurations
  • Heavy-Duty SOOW, SJOOW, or STOW Cable
Remke MINI Series Industrial Interconnects are available with TPE, rubber, and plastic insulation. TPE (or thermoplastic elastomer) is ideally suited for environments with chemicals and corrosives, while plastic can be used in most general industrial applications. MINI Series rubber plugs and cable assemblies are excellent for use in applications where flexibility and resistance to abusive environments through a broad temperature range is important.
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  • Mechanically Keyed
  • Vibration Resistant
Ericson’s MINI-SYNC family offers flexibility,resistance to the stress, abuse, and hard physical environments. They have been designed for low amperages, and AC or DC control systems. The MINI-SYNC series has highly accurate machined contacts, and corrosion resistant gold plated contacts.
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