TE Connectivity SUPERSEAL pro 2P Connectors | New Product Brief
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TE Connectivity SUPERSEAL pro 2P Connectors
TE Connectivity SUPERSEAL pro two position connectors are designed as a lightweight and cost-effective wire-to-wire and wire-to-device solution for commercial vehicles, appliances, industrial equipment, and other applications.
The connectors are easy to use, with a TPA pre-lock and an enhanced front seal that remains in place during mating and unmating, eliminating additional assembly. They provide sealing up to IP6K9K and are rated for operation up to 125°C, providing a reliable connection in harsh conditions.
The connectors use MCON 1.2 SWS terminal, which can carry up to 17A and comply with USCAR V2 vibration resistance requirements. Terminals are offered with tin or silver plating and are available for a wide range of wire sizes to meet different application needs.
Connectors are available with different colors and key coding features on the TPA to ensure correct mating.
- Eat to mate and unmate
- TPA pre-lock and enhanced front seal eliminate additional assembly
- Sealing to IP67/IP68/IP6K9K (with backshell)
- Operating temperature: -40°C to 125°C
- Uses MCON 1.2 SWS Terminal
- 17A current carrying capacity
- Vibration resistance inline with USCAR V2
- Terminal options
- Plating: tin or silver
- Wire sizes: 0.35mm2 to 1.5mm2
- Color and key coding feature on the TPA
- Ensures correct mating
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