New range of inserts greatly reduce cabling time

Ilme has just brought out a new range of CSAH inserts with SQUICH connection. In this layout the wires are connected to the socket and plug insert contacts by means of a spring terminal with actuator button.

The connectors offer the following features:
  • No special wire preparation
  • No need for tools
  • Open and ready for conductor clamping terminals
  • Adapts to any rigid or flexible cable type (including unprepared wires)
  • Excellent fastening solution
  • Great resistance to vibration

The CSAH inserts are compliant with Euromap 12/13/14/16/62 technical recommendations and can be mated with the CDA/CDC series.

Kind regards,

Mikael Paltoft
Managing Director
Treotham Automation Pty Ltd

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    Made of real core element: supports the core structure around it and prevents movement of the cores into the middle of the cable.
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