Molex MX150 Sealed Connector System | Tech Specs
Molex’s MX150 Sealed Connector System meets up to USCAR-2 Class 4 requirements.
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Molex MX150 Sealed Connector System
Molex’s MX150 Sealed Connector System meets up to USCAR-2 Class 4 requirements. The MX150 high-performance connectors employ matte and interfacial seals to meet IP6K7 and IP6K9K requirements with wire dress covers, and are tested while submersed in various fluids, with all components shipped pre-assembled to reduce assembly cost. With up to 20 circuits and a current rating up to 22 amps, MX150 connectors are ideal for signal and power transmission in on-engine, high-vibration, under-hood, and under-chassis applications on all types of vehicles, construction equipment, and marine equipment. The MX150 Sealed Connector System includes single-row, dual-row, and hybrid connectors in wire-to-wire, wire-to-board, panel mount, and twist-lock bulkhead variants, based on a 3.5-millimeter pitch blade-type terminal with tin, gold, or silver finishes available for the contacts.
- Conforms to USCAR-20 (FCLT) / USCAR-2 Rev 4 / USCAR-21
- Integral matte and interfacial seals tested to IP6K7, IP6K9K, SAE USCAR-2 Rev 4
- Single-row (2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 circuits), dual-row (4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 20 and 16 circuit hybrid) configurations
- Up to 22.0 A
- Signal and power for on-engine, high-vibration, under-hood, and under-chassis applications
- PCB headers, panel mount, and twist-lock bulkhead variants available
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