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OMNIMATE Power PCB plug-in connector SVFL/BVFL 7.62HP
Convenient connection of stripped short wires
OMNIMATE Power with openable “PUSH IN” connection
Shielded cables for power electronics are stripped as short as possible for reasons of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Connection with large “PUSH IN” connectors is correspondingly complex. The same applies to cables with small cross-sections where often a “third hand” is missing or the use of special tools gets necessary.
Our BVFL 7.62HP simplifies and accelerates this process without the need of special tools. The combination of “PUSH IN” connection technology and a Pusher which can be locked in the open position allows an easy insertion of short stripped cables or of thin wires into the open terminal point. Subsequently, by pushing the pusher sideways with the hand, you can simply unlock the pusher.
The proven “PUSH IN” function remains unrestricted, while the in open position fixed terminal point allows a comfortable and easy connection under difficult conditions. Make use of the significant time savings to reduce your installation costs.
Work quickly while avoiding errors - convenient connectivity solutions with latchable open terminal point reduces the installation time in the field significantly for example in frequency inverters
More advantages in handling, reduced installation costs
As the only “PUSH IN” connector so far available on the market, our BVFL 7.62HP has a special clamping point that can be locked in the open position.
The “PUSH IN” connector with a pusher in an open fixed position allows a quick and easy wiring without special tools. It also avoids the risk of a not fully inserted conductor.
Large “PUSH IN” connector, small wire cross-section
Even with ferrules, because of the high flexibility it is difficult to insert conductors with a low cross section into these connector. Our simple solution in three steps:
1) Open the terminal point
2) Insert conductors
3) Close the terminal point using sideways pressure