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TE Connectivity DT 2&3 Position Snap Cap | Tech Specs

December 03, 2019 by TTI, Inc

This episode of Tech Specs is part of a video series highlighting the features, applications, and technical specs of newly-released products.

TE Connectivity DT 2&3 Position Snap Cap

Have a design requiring connectors ready for harsh environments?  Harsh environments can include tractors, excavators, and dump trucks experiencing high temperatures, high vibration, and exposure to salt spray, power washdowns, blowing dust, dirt, and debris. 

TE Connectivity’s new DEUTSCH DT Snap-Cap two and three-position connectors are made for a range of harsh environments. The rear snap-on wire seal cover aligns your wires to enhance seal performance while maintaining compatibility with existing mating connectors, enabling a seamless conversion for legacy designs. The DT plug interface plug front seal still fields serviceable for easy replacement. 

These DT connectors are rated for operation up to 125 degrees Celsius while continuously carrying up to 13 amps using the proven DEUTSCH size 16 pins and sockets. They’re available with standard and long snap-caps, with the extended long cap variant intended for use with heat-shrink tubing for extra ingress protection.

  • Protection level: IP67, IP68
  • Interface compatibility with all previous mating connectors and interfaces
  • Temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
  • Terminal current rating: 13A at 125°C
  • Contacts: proven DEUTSCH round #16 size pins and sockets
  • Extended length cap variant for use with heat-shrink tubing

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