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M40/M58 Series

Robust High Power Circular Connectors

M40 and M58 series are qualified for heavy drive and high power applications in mechanical engineering, tooling machines, robotics, mechatronics, printing, packaging, conveyors and marine. Both series features outstanding protection against electromagnetic interference through a full 360° screen shielding.

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Features & Benefits


M40 &M58 power solution connector systems are designed to stand out in performance and reliability in our customers' most demanding environments. They are ideally suited for advanced servo drive encoder feedback applications, packaging, robotic, printing, machine tool and automation environments where control signal transmission or power are required in a robust and compact supply system.

The adoption of crimp contacts allows for a consistent high quality connection and reduces the total installation time of the connector by minimizing the number of operations. Machined contacts feature a closed barrel design ideally suited for manual hand tools and support a wide range of wire termination cross sections.

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