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PushPull connection to PCB saves on assembly time

By Swati Deshpande,

Added 09 June 2017

Devices can be used in ever-smaller installation spaces

HARTING M12 PCB angled D coded with PushPull: a complicated sounding name used for a clever connection. The M12 for direct transmission from the cable to the printed circuit board is now immediately available for the fast M12 PushPull system. The M12 PCB connection is now also equipped with the fast, time-saving PushPull system. In the future, it will no longer require more space for the attachment of tools. Simply insert it and a secure connection is ready.

Ethernet is transferred from the cable to the circuit board: this is the goal of the new M12 PushPull PCB connection. The direct connection to the PCB comes in an angled D-coded female variant and thus provides space-saving switches with Fast Ethernet up to 100Mbit/s. The direct M12 PushPull connection to the PCB saves additional wiring, assembly space and thus space as well in a generation of devices that are becoming smaller and smaller.

Moreover, this means that these devices are themselves in turn can be used in ever-smaller installation spaces. This small change has a big impact in the way of miniaturisation.

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