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Highlights 2023 from Phoenix Contact

May 15, 2023

Highlights 2023 from Phoenix Contact

Phoenix Contact celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2023 with new products for the All Electric Society. In this video they will show you the highlights 2023. In addition, in this video they will show you a review of their innovations over the last 100 years.

  • Attractive AC charging technology
  • DC charging cables without liquid cooling
  • 19″ racks for fast charging
  • Power supply with circuit breaker
  • Highly compact Ex i signal conditioners
  • Terminal blocks with Push-X technology
  • Connectors for more speed
  • PCB connectors with 6.35 mm pitch
  • Connectors for assembled cables
  • Safe DC connector
  • M8 connectors with Push-Lock connection
  • SPE M12 hybrid connectors
  • mGuard security routers
  • IO-Link Safety: The new standard
  • Device and Update Management with OPC UA

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Phoenix Contact 2023 Highlights

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