Rugged Sealed Power Interconnects
Our DEUTSCH DTSK connectors are easy-to-use, single-pole connectors designed for either inline or pass-through (with mounting flange) power applications. These heavy-duty thermoplastic connectors accept size Ø8mm contacts that are rated up to 125 amps. Designed with ease of use and simplicity in mind, DEUTSCH DTSK connectors feature latch-style mating and an integrated secondary lock. Single wire seals and a rear protective cover are designed to prevent dirt, dust and moisture from contaminating connections, making the DTSK connectors an effective option for applications that require an environmentally-sealed power connector.
Specs for DEUTSCH DTSK connectors
- Operating Temperature: -55 to +125°C
- Ingress Protection (IP) Level: IP68 and IP69K
- Current Rating: up to 125 amps at 125°C
- Wire Sizes: 25, 32, 35 mm2 [4-2 AWG]
- Ø8mm pin and socket contacts – Silver plated
- Integrated secondary lock confirms contact alignment and retention
- Individual wire seals and rear protective cover
- Wall mount flange available
Learn about our high power DEUTSCH DTSK connectors designed for single terminal, harsh environment applications. Watch this video for an overview of the connectors and for step-by-step instructions on inserting and removing contacts, as well as mating and unmating.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: TE Connectivity’s DEUTSCH DTSK single-pole environmentally sealed connectors are designed for cable to cable applications. DEUTSCH DTSK connectors are used in harsh environment applications where even a small degradation in connection may be critical.
A: Anywhere power is needed for on/off-highway vehicles, marine, and other industrial applications.
A: DEUTSCH DTSK connectors provide reliability and performance for battery, alternator, inline, or wall-mounted interconnects. DEUTSCH DTSK connectors offer field proven reliability and rugged quality. Heavy-duty thermoplastic housings, silicone wire seals, and spring-loaded contacts offer a highly reliable interconnect system for the most challenging environmental conditions.