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What is a 5-pin 7/8 connector?

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The 5-core 7/8 connector is a connector commonly used for power transmission. It contains 5 wire jacks and a center ground jack. The plug and socket of this connector are usually threaded to ensure a secure connection and good electrical contact. 5-core 7/8 connectors are widely used in industrial fields, such as power equipment, communication equipment, aerospace equipment, etc. It has the characteristics of high temperature resistance, waterproof and dustproof, and good earthquake resistance, and is suitable for power transmission needs in harsh environments.

 

 

DeviceNet Trunk 7/8 Field Wireable 5 Pole Connector

 

 

 

In addition, the device also has high-efficiency energy conversion and voltage stability performance, which can effectively improve energy utilization and reduce energy consumption. It uses advanced energy management technology to achieve sustainable energy supply and provide users with stable and reliable power support.

 

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