Amphenol Sine Systems HYPERBUSS™ AT Series Bussed Receptacles | New Product Brief
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Amphenol Sine Systems HYPERBUSS™ AT Series Bussed Receptacles
Amphenol Sine Systems HYPERBUSS AT Series Bussed Receptacles are high performance and cost-effective connectors for transportation, marine, agricultural, and other applications requiring a bussed interconnect.
The HYPERBUSS AT series is available in 2 to 12 position receptacles. They have an integrated latch and mate with standard AT series plugs or other industry standard connectors. Contact layouts range from 1 to 4 busses and 2 to 12 pins per buss, with current ratings up to 78A per buss.
Contacts are available with nickel or gold plating, and the connectors include a wedgelock to ensure proper contact alignment and retention. The HYPERBUSS AT series is rated for operation from -55°C to +125°C at the rated current, and it provides IP67 sealing.
Connectors with 8 and 12 positions also offer A and B key coding to prevent cross mating in applications with multiple connectors.
- Available in 2, 4, 6, 8, and 12 position receptacles
- Integrated latch for mating
- Mates with standard AT Series Plugs™
- Contact layouts: 1 to 4 busses with 2 to 12 pins per buss
- Current rating: up to 78A per buss
- 13A max per contact
- Contacts: nickel or gold plating
- Wedgelock ensures proper contact alignment and retention
- Operating temperature: -55°C to +125°C
- IP rating: IP67
- Keying options: A and B coding on 8 and 12 position receptacles
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