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TE CONNECTIVITY enetSEAL+ Connector System | New Product Brief

October 05, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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TE CONNECTIVITY enetSEAL+ Connector System

TE Connectivity’s enetSEAL+ Connector System provides an environmentally sealed and field serviceable ethernet connection for commercial vehicles, construction machinery, agricultural equipment, and other harsh applications. 

The connectors seal the wires and the connector halves against dust, dirt and moisture and are rated for operation up to 125°C, reducing the occurrence of environmental failures. The optimized, high quality design reduces manufacturing and service costs and includes a secondary locking mechanism for secure contact retention. enetSEAL+ connectors support single pair ethernet protocols with data rates up to 100Mbits and Power over Data Line technology for simpler installation. 

Straight and right-angle headers as well as bulkhead options are available, with multiple keying options and a variety of clips for different panel thicknesses. 

  • Field serviceability 
  • Sealing: IP67/IP6K9K (with backshell) dust and water protection 
    • Seals wires and connector halves 
  • Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C 
  • Built-in secondary locking mechanism to secure contact retention 
  • Up to 100 Mbit/s full duplex Single Pair Ethernet 
    • Supports PoDL class 3 – 48 Volt 
  • Variants: straight headers, right-angle headers, bulkhead, plug/cap 

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