M12 and M8 connectors

The difference between M12 and M8 connectors is in common

The difference between M12 and M8 connectors

The thread of the M12 connector is M12*1, the connection method is screw connection, the enclosure protection grade is IP67, the number of needles is 4, 5, and 8, the number of holes is 4, 5, and 8, and the product has a straight head. ,elbow. M12 connectors are available with and without cables. The cables can be made of PVC (ordinary) or PUR (oil resistant and wear resistant)). The length of the cable can be customized according to user requirements. This connector has shielding and non-shielding functions. Good waterproof performance.

The thread of the M8 connector is M8*1, the connection method is screw connection, the protection level is IP67, the number of needles is 3 needles, 4 needles, the number of holes is 3 holes, 4 holes, there are straight, elbow, and there are cables and not With cable. The M8 connector cable can be made of PVC (ordinary) or PUR (oil-resistant and wear-resistant) materials. The length of the cable can be customized according to user requirements, and the waterproof performance is superior.

What M12 and M8 connectors have in common

M12 and M8 connectors

M12 and M8 connectors

 

Connectors can improve the production process, simplify the assembly process of electronic products, and also simplify the mass production process;

Easy to repair, if an electronic component fails, the failed component can be quickly replaced when the connector is installed;

Easy to upgrade. With the advancement of technology, components can be updated when connectors are installed, and new and more complete components can be used to replace the old ones;

Improve design flexibility. When using connectors, engineers have greater flexibility when designing and integrating new products and when composing a system with components.

M12 and M8 connectors (aviation plugs) application areas: M12 connectors (aviation plugs) and M8 connectors (aviation plugs) are widely used in sensors, testing instruments, electronic instrumentation, electronic machinery, communications, aviation, navigation, computers, LED, automobile, construction machinery. Electromechanical, petroleum surveying, transmission control systems, electrical and electrical systems, industrial automation and other fields.

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