February 23, 2021
The Series 670 NCC Subminiature Connectors expand the binder product range with a system for applications with restricted space.
The newly developed products target the growing need for suitable, reliable circular connectors in many applications including lighting and test and measurement instrumentation. The Series 670 are 5-pin subminiature connectors with a bayonet closure and a cable bushing from 3.5 to 5.0mm. The flange-type socket is provided with soldered and dip-soldered contacts. A key feature of these connectors is that the contacts are completely protected against water, dirt and penetration by foreign objects when not connected. The NCC (Not Connected Closed) connectors use a spring cover to protect the contacts even when disconnected.
With the NCC system, the Series 670 achieves protection to IP 54 when not connected. When the subminiature connector is connected, the level of protection increases to IP 67. The core function of the NCC feature from binder keeps the contacts free from environmental effects and is also distinguished by its high durability. Sascha Döbel, product manager at binder, explains, “Our NCC subminiature connectors are designed for more than 1000 mating cycles. With this flexibility and long life combined with the additional characteristics of the Series 670, we put the focus on the increasing demands of a growing group of users.”
Users with applications that demand frequent mating and demating will appreciate Series 670 subminiature connectors as will those users who need connectors with a compact profile for applications with the restricted space.
In addition to the key feature of environmental protection, the Series 670 plastic socket impresses with its high resistance to vibration and shock loads. The product is also particularly resistant to heat and cold with an operating temperature range from -25°C to +85°C. binder has made available connector housings in different colours which is ideal for those applications where identification and organization is important.