AMPHENOL ICC CMIO ix Industrial™ IP20 Connectors | New Product Brief
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AMPHENOL ICC CMIO ix Industrial™ IP20 Connectors
Amphenol Commercial ix Industrial IP20 connectors enable high speed ethernet and other industrial protocols in a compact and high-density interface. ix Industrial IP20 connectors have a 10mm pitch and are 75% smaller than a standard RJ45 connector while still supporting 10G ethernet and PoE as well as other protocols.
The connectors offer 360° shielding through the mated pair and they have a 2-point metal latch to prevent accidental disconnection. Amphenol ix Industrial IP20 plugs are available in field terminable IDC versions for easy field installation and repair and solder versions for high volume assembly.
Surface mount receptacles are available in horizontal and vertical orientations and have heavy duty shield solder hold-down tabs to prevent damage from mechanical stress.
- 75% smaller than RJ-45
- Increased port density
- 10mm pitch
- Supports 10GBASE-T, Profinet, DeviceNet, EtherCAT, Modbus, and others
- PoE Capability
- 360° shielding through the mated pair provides EMI immunity
- 2-point metal latching prevents accidental disconnection
- More durable than RJ-45 latches
- Plugs: field terminable IDC or solder versions
- Surface Mount Receptacles: vertical, right-angle horizontal, and right-angle flag versions
- Heavy duty shield solder hold-down tabs
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