Skip to content

L Series

High Density Modular Connector

The L Series comes with frames in various lengths to accommodate a variety of module combinations. The frames range from a basic frame with just 2 side rails and 2 end caps, to more complex versions with jackscrews, backshells, cable clamps, etc.

Features & Benefits

  • Mixed signal, power, coaxial, fiber optic and pneumatic modules
  • Provides up to 200 amp power
  • Cable to chassis and rack & panel; Plastic backshell with strain relief and half turn quick disconnect jackscrew
  • Float mountable for blind mating
  • Configurations compliant to EN45545 standards
  • Large offering thanks to the modularity
  • High reliability contact technology
  • Several locking devises and hood are proposed
  • Floating version

Overview

L Series Connectors are high density, modular, rack & panel connectors that include coax and high current contacts up to 200 A. The L series is used in high demanding of applications where the environment requires durability, ruggedization and extended operating life. Utilizing Hypertac® hyperboloid contact technology the interconnects offer high mating cycles (up to 100,000) combined with low insertion and extraction mating forces, as well as unsurpassable immunity to shock and vibration. This modular building block system enables for custom connectors with large numbers of contacts to be configured in to a single frame. Therefore, the user is capable of selecting and customizing the connector to meet the exact requirements with off the shelf components and shortened lead times.

Related Products

  • Image of H Series

    H Series

    H series is high density rectangular modular connector system offering a combination of signal, power and coaxial contacts.

  • Image of N Series

    N Series

    The robust, mini modular N Series connectors provides a high density, modular rack & panel connector solution that includes coax and high current contacts up to 25 amps, and allows for up to 100,000 mating cycles.

Related News

  • Image of rail mobility

    The evolution of rail mobility and where the performance of components is critical.

    The request for faster, safer and more comfortable services has grown proportionally in the rail industry over the recent years and the last two decades have seen exponential growth in the use of technology towards the evolution of very sophisticated transport system where the performance of components is more and more critical.

  • Image of LightCONEX_43

    Overcome Challenges in Embedded Optical Interconnects Design

    The above article has outlined the advantages and challenges of using fiber optical interconnects. To use fiber optic cables, the electrical signals need to be converted to light signals using fiber optic transceivers. While there are many challenges to embedded fiber optics design, the benefits are substantial. The guidelines and design check list provided will help developers select the best solutions for their needs.