m12 push-pull connectors

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M12 PUSH-PULL TECHNOLOGY

Reduce assembly times while providing reliable and secure connections

In a world where the demand for smaller devices is growing,  TE provides a solution to meet the technical challenges of this demand. Push-Pull technology makes it possible to have a higher density of M12 connectors on an Industrial device. Instead of twisting the bold of the connector, you just plug in the connector on the PCB receptacle. Device manufacturers and system assemblers can realize a rapid return on investment due to higher worker productivity and increased production uptime, with less risk of intermittent or loose connections.

  1. M12 Push-Pull Connectors (English)

The new Push-Pull variant makes it easier to deploy M12 system because of the easy assembling process. The Push-Pull technology saves time during installation compared to traditional M12 alternatives

The new Push-Pull variant  makes it easier to deploy M12 system because of the easy assembling process. The Push-Pull technology saves time during installation compared to traditional M12 alternatives. When plugging in the connector, it will give haptic and acoustic feedback when it is correctly locked. This also allows the connector to be mated blindly. To be applicable in harsh environments, the connector will have an IP67 rating for resistance to intrusion of dust and water, ensuring efficient, high-quality and reliable connectivity with a high integrity signal transmission. 

Push-Pull technology allows  the installer to lock the connector without the use of any tool. This makes it possible to have a higher density of PCB socket connectors compared to traditional M12 connectors. Locking the connector without a tool saves installing time in the field. This lowers the total applied cost. The new sockets of the push-pull portfolio will be compatible with traditional M12 screw type connectors. The push-pull interface with inner locking used in TE’s M12 connectors complies with IEC 61076-2-012 specification for circular connectors with inner push-pull locking based on M12 connector interfaces according to IEC 61076-2-101, IEC 61076-2-109, IEC 61076-211 2-111 and IEC 61076-2-113. 

m12 push-pull connectors
“Device manufacturers and system assemblers can realize a rapid return on investment due to higher worker productivity and increased production uptime, with less risk of intermittent or loose connections,” Says Ted Szarkowski, Product manager industrial Communications, TE Connectivity