Snap-In Series - Waterproof Circular Connectors

Product Type: Circular Connector

Manufacturer: GT Contact

The Snap-In series of waterproof circular connectors from GT Contact have a miniature size of just 8.5mm in diameter with a snap-in style coupling design and are sealed to IP67. They can be used in-line with a cable to cable connections or for cable to panel-mount connections, with a choice of either end being a male or female connection.

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The Snap-In series of waterproof circular connectors from GT Contact have a miniature size of just 8.5mm in diameter with a snap-in style coupling design and are sealed to IP67. They can be used in-line with a cable to cable connections or for cable to panel-mount connections, with a choice of either end being a male or female connection.

Designed for panel cut-outs of 6.1mm with gold-plated contacts and a choice of pre-wired or solder style terminations, the Snap-In series is available with 2 or 3 contacts rated to 5A at 300V or alternatively 5 or 6 contacts rated at 2A and 30V. The panel mount connectors also include rear potting ensuring the IP67 protection is maintained even if the connector is unmated or the sealing cap not connected.

The Snap-In series is perfect for applications such as Outdoor AP, Outdoor Lighting, LED Screens, Outdoor Security Systems, Solar Energy, Medical Devices, Marine Equipment and Electric Vehicles.

Shell MaterialThermoplastic
Mating Cycles200
IP RatingIP67
Coupling TypeSnap-In
Max Current5A
Operating Temperature-20°C to +80°C

FAQs

Snap-in connectors are a style of connector which are pushed together to form a connection and held in place via friction. This means the connection can be broken by pulling the two connectors apart rather than unlocking them via push-pull, screw or bayonet methods.

A snap-in connector is very simple to use, you simply line up the keys on the two connectors, which lines up the pins and push the connectors together until you hear and feel a solid click. To disconnect the connectors you simply pull on the housing of the connector until the connection is broken.