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HARTING ELECTRONICS Han B Rear Mount Housings | Featured Product Spotlight

February 25, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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HARTING Han B Rear Mount Housings enable snap-in installation of pre-assembled harnesses into cabinet panels from within the cabinet, providing a faster installation with less effort than typical front mount housings.

This rear installation method permits faster and easier manual installation since the cable harnesses can be pre-assembled separately, while front-entry options require the harness to be assembled during installation in the cabinet. With Han B Rear Mount Housings, the harness is installed in a frame for push-in installation based on Hating’s Han-Snap technology.

The housings are compatible with Han-Modular and Han Heavy Duty connectors, and frames and housings can be purchased as a kit or separately.  This installation is rugged enough for use in harsh industrial and heavy-duty applications, and it enables fully automated installation of the harness into the housing using a single robot arm.

The housings are a durable, powder-coated, die-cast aluminum and available in sizes 6B, 10B, 16B, and 24B for design flexibility.  They feature polycarbonate Han-Easy Lock locking levers to secure the mating connector on the outside of the cabinet, with a single lever on size 6B housings, and double levers on all other sizes. 

They also have a nitrile rubber seal that provides protection up to IP66 or IP67, and can be used at temperatures from -40°C to +125°C. 

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