November 13, 2017
M15 Power: the small plug-in connector for plenty of power

The M15 Power is a compact yet powerful circular plug-in connector. Designed to handle currents of up to 16 amps at the power contacts and voltages of up to 630 volts, this has the smallest possible dimensions for a 6-pin connector in this power class. The M20 fixing thread can easily be fitted to all motors and terminal boxes available on the market, without any need for a special design, thus providing a simple and safe place for the connector to be inserted.

Power cables can be fitted with a connector on one or both ends and can be fabricated to meet individual requirements. As these plugs are moulded, they are absolutely secure against tampering and are designed to meet IP67 requirements. With T-distributors or other individually fabricated variants, the M15 Power can be used with different components to offer a comprehensive range of products for distributing energy. For mechanical and plant engineering, in intralogistics or large cleaning plants: there is no simpler and space-efficient way of supplying power than with the M15 Power. 

Experience the power of the M15 Power in person! You have an opportunity to do this at the SPS IPC Drives show in Nuremberg from 28 to 30 November 2017.
You will find us in Hall 8, Stand 202. We look forward to your visit.

M15 Power

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