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Dynamic 3000 Series Connectors | TE Connectivity

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Dynamic 3000 Series Connectors | TE Connectivity

Dynamic 3000 Series is the main series in the Dynamic connector series. The 3000 series is used mainly as a combined signal and power connector. The 3000 series is available in a crimp version and a spring clamp version. There are three pitch sizes available to meet your needs. The standard pitch is 3.81mm, the high voltage pitch is 5.08mm and the spring clamp pitch is 7.5mm. The Dynamic 3000 series can accept wire ranges from 28 AWG to 14 AWG and can handle up to 15A . The 3000 series shares its audible latching, keyed housings, vibration resistance, and full box contacts with the rest of the dynamic line.

These products consist of wire-to-board, wire-to-panel and wire-to-wire connectors with diverse housings available to meet most applications. The standardized contacts limit the amount of application tooling required. However, tooling solutions are available for automated termination as well as field terminations.

Features & Benefits:

  • High conductivity material to support the current rating
  • Anti overstress structure design provides for a reliable and robust contact spring
  • "Box" shaped contact prevents contact beam damage
  • Three points of contact provides high electrical reliability
  • Low insertion force, supports ease of assembly and mating
  • Audible latching feature that is quick attach and detach

Applications:

  • Factory Automation Equipment
  • Industrial Process Controls
  • Factory Automation Computers
  • Numeric Controllers
  • Servo Drives/Motors
  • Motion Controls
  • Variable Frequency Drives
  • Robotics
  • Elevator/Escalator
  • Control Cabinet
  • HMI (Human Machine Interface)
  • Data Communication

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