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Circular Connectors
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Brief Information 8
General Information 9
eco|mate Standard 10
eco|mate High Voltage 14
eco|mate Special Types 17
Crimp contacts 20
Accessories 21
Tools 22
Protective covers 23
Mounting Instructions 24
Technical Information 25
Remarks / Safety Classification 28
Summary of Part Numbers 29
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1) Please refer to „conditions of acceptability
Approvals, Testhouse Characteristics Approval Numbers
VDE 3+PE, 400 V, 16 A
6+PE, 250 V, 10 A (solder version)
6+PE, 250 V, 13 A (crimp version)
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SEV 3+PE, 400 V, 16 A
6+PE, 250 V, 10 A (solder version)
6+PE, 250 V, 13 A (crimp version)
UL 1) 3+PE, 400 V, 16A
6+PE, 250 V, 13A
3+PE, 600 V, 13 A at AWG 16 (High Voltage)
3+PE, 600 V, 5 A at AWG 26 (High Voltage)
6+PE, 600 V, 13 A at AWG 16 (High Voltage)
6+PE, 600 V, 5 A at AWG 26 (High Voltage)
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CSA 3+PE, 250 V, 12 A
6+PE, 250 V, 8 A
3+PE, 600 V, 10.5 A at AWG 16 (High Voltage)
6+PE, 600 V, 10.5 A at AWG 16 (High Voltage)
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In general approvals refer to versions of the connector series.
Test report
upon request.
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General Remarks
In design and conception the program meets the high
requirements for applications in industrial technology. Easy operation,
reduced dimensions and a more robust design are only a few of
the features of the series.
The connector’s main area of application is in the fields of plant
construction and machine building. The connector is used for
measuring
and controlling applications as well as for power supply.
technology. The series is comprised of a large selection of housings
and shapes and offers models with screw, solder and crimp
termination.
Features
Circular Connectors with 3+PE and 6+PE contacts
Housing components made from premium molding material
Cable housing straight or angled
Protection class IP 65/67 in mated condition in accordance with
DIN EN 60526
Clamping ring or internal strain relief
Advantages
Quick and easy assembly
Screwed cable gland with clamping ring
• Strain relief and mounted gasket all in one component
Cable housing, straight or angled, for the cable diameter 6 - 12.5 mm
Robust thread for the screwed cable gland
Ergonomically designed product range for safe handling
Pre-loaded ground contact
Fastening for the protective covers on the housing of the receptacles
The program is compatible with the C16-1 series
Additional standards
The 6+PE model corresponds to DIN 9684-1 interface to the signal
transmission on inside cabin applications for agricultural machines and
tractors
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1) DIN EN 60664-1 ^
= VDE 0110-1 ^
= IEC 60664-1
2) All contacts under load
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General Characteristics Standard Characteristics
Number of contacts 3 + PE 6 + PE
Termination technique screw type solder type crimp type
Wire gauge / AWG 0.75 - 2.5 mm2
AWG 18-14
max. 0.75mm2
AWG 18
0.14 - 1.5 mm2
AWG 26 - 16
Flammability UL 94 VO
Locking system round thread
View on termination side
of male contact insert
Electrical Characteristics
Rated voltage IEC 60664-1 1) 400 V 250 V
Pollution degree IEC 60664-1 1) 3
Installation category IEC 60664-1 1) III
Insulation group IEC 60664-1 1) II
Rated impulse withstand voltage
IEC 60664-1 1) 6000 V 4000 V
Current rating IEC 60512-5-2 16 A / + 55°C 12 A /
+ 55°C
13 A /
+ 55°C
Contact resistance IEC 60512-2-1 ≤ 5 m Ω
Insulation resistance IEC 60512-3-1 ≥ 108
Climatic Characteristics
Climatic category IEC 60068-1 40 / 100 /56 40 / 125 / 56
Operating temperature -40°C ... +100°C -40°C ... +125°C
Mechanical Characteristics
IP-degree IEC 60529 IP 65 / IP 67
Insertion and withdrawal forces IEC 60512-13-2 ≤ 15 N ≤ 30 N
Mechanical operation IEC 60512-9-1 ≥ 500 mating cycles
Materials
Housing material PA 6.6 / PA 6
Dielectric material PA 6.6 / PA 6
Gasket material Neopren
Material lace for protective cover TPE
Contact plating silver plating / gold plating
Derating-Curves 2)
3 + PE 6 + PE
Strombelastbarkeit
Umgebungstemperatur (°C)
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
a
b
Umgebungstemperatur (°C)
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Strombelastbarkeit
a
b
Curve
Wire gauge
a1.5 mm
2
b2.5 mm
2
Curve
Wire gauge
a0.75 mm2
stamped
solder contacts
b1.5 mm2
stamped
crimp contacts
Remark
The stated technical values refer to the use as connector without breaking capacity (COC). If these components are used as plug and socket
device a reduced current carrying capacity has to be considered.
The characteristics have to be requested from the manufacturer.
Current carrying capacity
Current carrying capacity
Ambient temperature Ambient temperature
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Description No. of Part number Drawing Figure
contacts Silver plating Gold plating
Male cable connector straight | strain relief with clamping ring 6 -12.5 mm
Screw
blue
black
Solder
blue
black
Crimp 1)
blue
black
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
C016 20H003 100 10
C016 20H003 100 12
C016 30H006 100 10
C016 30H006 100 12
C016 10H006 000 10
C016 10H006 000 12
C016 20H003 200 10
C016 20H003 200 12
C016 30H006 200 10
C016 30H006 200 12
C016 10H006 000 10
C016 10H006 000 12
Male cable connector straight | with internal cable clamping and clamping ring 6 - 10.0 mm
Screw
blue
black
Solder
blue
black
Crimp 1)
blue
black
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
C016 20H003 110 10
C016 20H003 110 12
C016 30H006 110 10
C016 30H006 110 12
C016 10H006 010 10
C016 10H006 010 12
C016 20H003 210 10
C016 20H003 210 12
C016 30H006 210 10
C016 30H006 210 12
C016 10H006 010 10
C016 10H006 010 12
Male cable connector angled| strain relief with clamping ring 6 -12.5 mm
Screw
blue
black
Solder
blue
black
Crimp1)
blue
black
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
C016 20K003 100 10
C016 20K003 100 12
C016 30K006 100 10
C016 30K006 100 12
C016 10K006 000 10
C016 10K006 000 12
C016 20K003 200 10
C016 20K003 200 12
C016 30K006 200 10
C016 30K006 200 12
C016 10K006 000 10
C016 10K006 000 12
Male Receptacle
Screw
black
Solder
black
Crimp 1)
black
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
C016 20C003 100 12
C016 30C006 100 12
C016 10C006 000 12
C016 20C003 200 12
C016 30C006 200 12
C016 10C006 000 12
A
14.0
12.0
16.5
Mounting Instruction 2)
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For sealing reason
this surface needs
to be level and
free of burrs
1) Crimp contacts see page 20 2) Mounting hole Ø 22 without chamfer, suitable sealing for screws
is necessary. Tightening torque 0.8 Nm
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Description No. of Part number Drawing Figure
contacts Silver plating Gold plating
Female cable connector straight | strain relief with clamping ring 6 -12.5 mm
Screw
blue
black
Solder
blue
black
Crimp 1)
blue
black
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
C016 20D003 100 10
C016 20D003 100 12
C016 30D006 100 10
C016 30D006 100 12
C016 10D006 000 10
C016 10D006 000 12
C016 20D003 200 10
C016 20D003 200 12
C016 30D006 200 10
C016 30D006 200 12
C016 10D006 000 10
C016 10D006 000 12
Female cable connector straight | with internal cable clamping and clamping ring 6 - 10.0 mm
Screw
blue
black
Solder
blue
black
Crimp 1)
blue
black
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
C016 20D003 110 10
C016 20D003 110 12
C016 30D006 110 10
C016 30D006 110 12
C016 10D006 010 10
C016 10D006 010 12
C016 20D003 210 10
C016 20D003 210 12
C016 30D006 210 10
C016 30D006 210 12
C016 10D006 010 10
C016 10D006 010 12
Female cable connector angled| strain relief with clamping ring 6 -12.5 mm
Screw
blue
black
Solder
blue
black
Crimp1)
blue
black
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
C016 20F003 100 10
C016 20F003 100 12
C016 30F006 100 10
C016 30F006 100 12
C016 10F006 000 10
C016 10F006 000 12
C016 20F003 200 10
C016 20F003 200 12
C016 30F006 200 10
C016 30F006 200 12
C016 10F006 000 10
C016 10F006 000 12
Female Receptacle
Screw
black
Solder
black
Crimp 1)
black
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
C016 20G003 100 12
C016 30G006 100 12
C016 10G006 000 12
C016 20G003 200 12
C016 30G006 200 12
C016 10G006 000 12
A
13.5
14.2
16.5
Mounting Instruction 2)
For sealing reason
this surface needs
to be level and
free of burrs
1) Crimp contacts see page 20 2) Mounting hole Ø 22 without chamfer, suitable sealing for screws
is necessary. Tightening torque 0.8 Nm
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Derating-Curves 2) Prüfstelle Kennwert
6 + PE
UL
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3+PE, 600 V, 13 A at AWG 16
3+PE, 600 V, 5 A at AWG 26
6+PE, 600 V, 13 A at AWG 16
6+PE, 600 V, 5 A at AWG 26
CSA
3+PE, 600 V, 10.5 A at AWG 16
6+PE, 600 V, 10.5 A at AWG 16
In general approvals refer to versions of the connector series. Test report
upon request.
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Please refer to „conditions of acceptability
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1) DIN EN 60664-1 ^
= VDE 0110-1 ^
= IEC 60664-1
2) All contacts under load
General Characteristics Standard Characteristics
Number of contacts 3 + PE 6 + PE
Termination technique crimp type
Wire gauge / AWG 0.14 - 1.5 mm2
AWG 26 - 16
Flammability UL 94 VO
Locking system round thread
View on termination side
of male contact insert
Electrical Characteristics
Rated voltage IEC 60664-1 1) 600 V
Pollution degree IEC 60664-1 1) 3 (mated)
Installation (overvoltage) category IEC 60664-1 1) III
Material group IEC 60664-1 1) II
Rated impulse withstand voltage IEC 60664-1 1) 6000 V
Current carrying capacity IEC 60512-5-2 14 A / + 40°C
Contact resistance IEC 60512-2-1 ≤ 5 m Ω
Insulation resistance IEC 60512-3-1 ≥ 108
Climatic Characteristics
Climatic category IEC 60068-1 40 / 125 / 56
Operating temperature -40°C ... +125°C
Mechanical Characteristics
Degree of protection IEC 60529 IP 65
Insertion and withdrawal force IEC 60512-13-2 ≤ 35 N
Mechanical operation IEC 60512-9-1 ≥ 500 mating cycles
Materials
Housing material PA 6.6 / PA 6
Dielectric material PA 6.6 / PA 6
Gasket material Neopren
Contact plating silver plating / gold plating
Umgebungstemperatur (°C)
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Strombelastbarkeit
a
Curve
Wire gauge
a1.5 mm2
stamped
crimp contacts
Remark
The stated technical values refer to the use as connector without breaking capacity (COC). If these components are used as plug and socket
device a reduced current carrying capacity has to be considered.
The characteristics have to be requested from the manufacturer.
Current carrying capacity
Ambient temperature
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1) Crimp contacts see page 20
2) Tightening torque 4 -5 Nm
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Description No. of Part number Drawing Figure
contacts
Female cable connector straight | with clamping ring, cable diameter 6 -12.5 mm
Crimp 1)
black
3 + PE
6 + PE
C016 10D003 806 12
C016 10D006 806 12
Male receptacle
Crimp1)
black
3 + PE
6 + PE
C016 10P003 806 12
C016 10P006 806 12
Mounting Instruction 2)
For sealing reason
this surface needs
to be level and
free of burrs.
Remark
• Standard dust cups don’t fi t on high voltage versions special caps upon request.
Thread size M 20 x 1.5
• If turn protection is required, we recommend to glue receptacles.
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* Further specifications upon request
1) More backshell colors upon request
Description No. of Part number Drawing Figure
contacts Silver plating
Male cable connector straight | with 4 pressure plates
Screw
black 1)
3 + PE
C016 20H003 804 12
Female cable connector straight | with 4 pressure plates
Screw
black 1)
3 + PE
C016 20D003 806 12
Male cable connector straight | 1 pressure plate at PE
Screw
black 1)
3 + PE
C016 20H003 803 12
Female cable connector straight | with turned contacts
Screw
black 1)
6 + PE
C016 30D006 800 12
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* Further specifications upon request
1) Crimp contacts see page 20/ Crimp tooling
Description No. of Part number Drawing Figure
contacts
Female receptacle | solder with turned contacts
black
6 + PE
C016 30G006 800 12
Female receptacle colored| 6 + PE crimp1)
yellow
blue
6 + PE
6 + PE
T 3107 800
T 3107 802
Male receptacle | straight dip solder
black
3+ PE
6 + PE
T 3110 010
T 3106 010
Male receptacle | 3 + PE solder with turned contacts
black
3+ PE
T 3110 100
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Insulation
Pieces Part number Figure
wire gauge Ø in mm
Male contact Female contact
Stamped single contacts 1.6 mm | 6+PE
silver plating
Standard
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
100 VN 01 016 0011 1 VN 02 016 0003 1
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
100 VN 01 016 0004 1 VN 02 016 0002 1
silver plating
High voltage
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
100 VN 01 016 0003 1 VN 02 016 0003 1
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
100 VN 01 016 0002 1 VN 02 016 0002 1
gold plating
Standard
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1,0 - 2,0
100 VN 01 016 0011 2 VN 02 016 0003 2
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
100 VN 01 016 0004 2 VN 02 016 0002 2
gold plating
High voltage
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
100 VN 01 016 0003 2 VN 02 016 0003 2
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
100 VN 01 016 0002 2 VN 02 016 0002 2
Stamped contact on reel for hand crimping tools 1.6 mm | 6+PE
silver plating
Standard
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
200 ZN 01 016 0011 1 ZN 02 016 0003 1
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
200 ZN 01 016 0004 1 ZN 02 016 0002 1
silver plating
High voltage
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
200 ZN 01 016 0003 1 ZN 02 016 0003 1
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
200 ZN 01 016 0002 1 ZN 02 016 0002 1
gold plating
Standard
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
200 ZN 01 016 0011 2 ZN 02 016 0003 2
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
200 ZN 01 016 0004 2 ZN 02 016 0002 2
gold plating
High voltage
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
200 ZN 01 016 0003 2 ZN 02 016 0003 2
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
200 ZN 01 016 0002 2 ZN 02 016 0002 2
Stamped contact on reel for crimping machines contact feeding right hand side1.6 mm | 6+PE
silver plating
Standard
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
2000 HN 01 016 0011 1 HN 02 016 0003 1
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
2000 HN 01 016 0004 1 HN 02 016 0002 1
silver plating
High voltage
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
2000 HN 01 016 0003 1 HN 02 016 0003 1
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
2000 HN 01 016 0002 1 HN 02 016 0002 1
gold plating
Standard
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
2000 HN 01 016 0011 2 HN 02 016 0003 2
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
2000 HN 01 016 0004 2 HN 02 016 0002 2
gold plating
High voltage
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
2000 HN 01 016 0003 2 HN 02 016 0003 2
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
2000 HN 01 016 0002 2 HN 02 016 0002 2
Stamped contact on reel for crimping machines contact feeding left hand side1.6 mm | 6+PE
silver plating
Standard
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
2000 TN 01 016 0011 1 TN 02 016 0003 1
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
2000 TN 01 016 0004 1 TN 02 016 0002 1
silver plating
High voltage
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
2000 TN 01 016 0003 1 TN 02 016 0003 1
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
2000 TN 01 016 0002 1 TN 02 016 0002 1
gold plating
Standard
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
2000 TN 01 016 0011 2 TN 02 016 0003 2
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
2000 TN 01 016 0004 2 TN 02 016 0002 2
gold plating
High voltage
0.14 - 0.5 mm2
1.0 - 2.0
2000 TN 01 016 0003 2 TN 02 016 0003 2
0.5 - 1.5 mm2
1.8 - 2.8
2000 TN 01 016 0002 2 TN 02 016 0002 2
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Description Part number Figure
Back shell right angled (Packaging units 10 pieces)
right angled with
clamping ring
blue
black
C016 G09 042 G10 X
C016 G09 041 G10 X
Back shell straight (Packaging units 5 pieces)
colored back shells
blue
black
red
white
green
yellow
orange
violet
brown
C016 G11 042 E1 V
C016 G11 041 E10 V
C016 G11 043 E10 V
C016 G11 044 E10 V
C016 G11 045 E10 V
C016 G11 046 E10 V
C016 G11 048 E10 V
C016 G11 060 E10 V
C016 G11 061 E10 V
Cable clamp (Packaging units 10 pieces)
for all straight cable
connectors
Cable clamp diameter
Ø 6 - 10 mm
N 16 110 2000 X
Plugs brass
for 3+PE
red N 17 021 0001
für 6+PE
red
black
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Back shells (Packaging units 10 pieces)
Back shell PG 9
with thrust collar
Back shell PG 11
with thrust collar
Back shell PG 13.5
with clamping ring
T 3102 003 7 X
T 3102 004 7 X
T 3102 005 7 X
Rubber gasket
for cable diameter 4-6 mm² N 06 007 0004 While mounting the rubber gasket for 4-6 mm², the cable clamp shall be
bolted with the convex section face-down in order to ensure the strain relief.
Description Part number Figure
Description Wire gauge Part number
Contact locator Crimping dies Tool
Removal tool for
crimp contacts
---FG 0300 146 1
Hand crimp tools for
single contacts
0.14 - 0.5 mm2TA 0002 146 0001 TA 0000 202 TA 0500
0.5 - 1.5 mm2TA 0002 146 0001 TA 0000 163 TA 0500
Hand crimp tools for
contacts on reel
0.14 - 0.5 mm2- - TA 0700 203
0.5 - 1.5 mm2- - TA 0700 309
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Mounting of the protective covers on the back shell, male or female receptacles
Protective covers for 600 V version upon request
Description Part number Drawing Figure
Protective covers for cable and receptacle housings
for male cable connector
round cord
C016 00U000 010 12
for male receptacle
round cord
C016 00U000 000 12
for female cable connec tor
round cord
C016 00V000 010 12
for female receptacle
round cord
C016 00V000 000 12
for male cable connector
nylon cord T 6482 000
für male receptacle
nylon cord
stainless steel cord
T 6482 001
T 6482 008
für female cable connector
nylon cord T 6483 000
for female receptacle
nylon cordr T 6483 001
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Mounting instruction, straight cable connector
Stripping lengths Measure a 1) Measure b
Screw contacts
with internal cable clamping
without internal cable clamping
18 +1
25 +1
7 +1 2)
7 +1 2)
Solder contacts
with internal cable clamping
without internal cable clamping
14 +1
22 +1
4 +1
4 +1
Crimp contacts
0.14 – 0.50 mm2
0.50 – 1.5 mm2
with internal cable clamping
without internal cable clamping
14 +1
22 +1
3 +0,5
3.5 +1
Mounting instruction, right angled cable connector
Stripping lengths Measure a1) Measure b
Screw contacts
without internal cable clamping 35 +1 7 +1 2)
Solder contacts
without internal cable clamping 32 +1 4 +1
Crimp contacts
0.14 – 0.5 mm2
0.50 – 1.5 mm2
without internal cable clamping 32 +1
3 +0,5
3.5 +1
1) PE + 2 mm 2) End splice recommended
3) The tightening torque figures cand vary depending on the cable you use
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b
a
additionally
included gasket
back shell
tightening torque
1.5 - 2 Nm
TR 22 x 2
cable nut
tightening torquet
1.5 - 2 Nm 3)
tightening torque max. 0.3 Nm 3)
internal
cable clamping
male contact
insert with
locking ring
female contact
insert with
locking ring
right angled back shell
tightening torque
1 - 2 Nm
shell
pay attention at keying
b
a
clamping ring with mounted gasket
additionally
included
gasket
cable nut
tightening torquet
1.5 - 2 Nm 3)
male contact
insert with
locking ring
female contact
insert with
locking ring
pay attention at keying
clamping ring with
mounted gasket
TR 22 x 2
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Order Information
Color coding Crimp version
Backshells of cable connectors are available in diff erent colors upon
request. Min order quantity = 1000 pcs. per type.
Order number do not include crimp contacts. Please order separately
(see page 20).
Mechanical coding Crimp tooling
Achieved by special coding pins which are inserted into contact
cavities. Min. order quantitiy = 1000 pcs. per type.
Ask for our catalogue Tools”.
Structure of part number
C016 30 D 006 1 00 10
Series Termination technique
10 = Crimp (6 + PE)
20 = Screw (3 + PE)
30 = Solder (6 + PE)
Style
H = Male cable connector
D = Female cable connector
K = Right angled
male cable connector
F = Right angled
female cable connector
C = Male receptacle
G = Female receptacle
P = Male receptacle
No. of Poles
003 = 3 + PE
006 = 6 + PE
Contact Plating
1 = silver plating
2 = gold plating
0 = without contacts
Strain relief
00 = receptacle or
cable connector
with
clamping ring
10 = cable connector
with internal
cable clamp
Version
10 = cable connector
in blue/
black
12 = cable or
receptacle
connector
in blue
Screw termination
Screw clamps are designed acc. to EN 60999-1/VDE
06095.1. Chart 1 below shows the screw size depending
on wire size and the required clamping and testing torque.
Diagram 1 below shows the range of tensile strength for a screw
connection with a clamp screw M3, fastened with a torque of 50
Ncm, depending on the wire size.
Chart 1 Diagramm 1
Wire size (mm
2
)
1.5 2.5
Screw size
M 3 M 3
Test torque (Ncm)
max. 50 max. 50
Conversion AWG - mm2
The comparison chart 2 below allows a cross reference between
American Wire Gauge (AWG) and metric wire sizes (mm2).
Chart 2
AWG Wire composition Wire diameter
Wire size
AWG Wire composition Wire diameter
Wire size
30 1 x 0.25 0.25 mm 0.05 mm220 1 x 0.81 0.81 mm 0.52 mm2
7 x 0.10 0.36 mm 0.06 mm27 x 0.32 0.97 mm 0.56 mm2
28 1 x 0.32 0.32 mm 0.08 mm219 x 0.20 1.02 mm 0.62 mm2
7 x 0.13 0.38 mm 0.09 mm218 1 x 1.02 1.02 mm 0.79 mm2
26 1 x 0.40 0.40 mm 0.13 mm219 x 0.25 1.27 mm 0.96 mm2
7 x 0.16 0.48 mm 0.14 mm216 19 x 0.29 1.44 mm 1.23 mm2
19 x 0.10 0.51 mm 0.15 mm214 19 x 0.36 1.80 mm 1.95 mm2
24 1 x 0.51 0.51 mm 0.21 mm212 19 x 0.46 2.29 mm 3.09 mm2
7 x 0.20 0.61 mm 0.23 mm210 37 x 0.40 3.10 mm 4.60 mm2
19 x 0.13 0.64 mm 0.24 mm28 133 x 0.29 4.0 mm 8.80 mm2
22 1 x 0.64 0.64 mm 0.33 mm26 133 x 0.36 5.5 mm 13.5 mm2
7 x 0.25 0.76 mm 0.36 mm2
19 x 0.16 0.81 mm 0.38 mm2
It is to be noted that wires of the same AWG number but with different
composition have slightly different mm2.
Tensile strength
Wire gauge
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Crimp Termination Assembly Instructions
A crimp connection is a non- detachable electrical connection between
a wire and a crimp contact produced with the crimp technology.
Precise crimping dies which are matched to the crimp barrel and the
wire size and a defined deformation result in a reliable electrical
connection.
There are open crimp barrels (stamped contacts) and closed crimp
barrels (turned contacts).
The main advantages of crimp connections are:
• Efficient termination of contacts
• Reproducible terminations achieve consistent electrical and
mechanical results
The requirements for crimp connections are defined
in IEC 60352 Part 2 / DIN EN 60352 Part 2.
An important point of the quality of a crimp connection is the
achieved tensile strength of the termination.
Easily measured, the tensile strength is a practible means for quality
control purposes.
Diagram 2 below shows the required minimum tensile strength for
open and closed barrels depending on the wire size
For crimp contacts use the released crimp tool.
The insertion and extraction of crimp contacts shall only be approved
with the corresponding insertion/extraction tool.
A detailed description of the crimp technology can be found in
our crimp tooling catalogues.
Crimp contacts are in this catalogue on page 20.
Diagramm 2
Min. tensile strength N
Wire gauge in mm2 / AWG
500
400
300
200
100
50
40
30
20
10
5
0,05 0,10,2 0,5 1,01,5 2,54,0 6,010,0
N
4000
3000
2000
1000
500
400
300
200
100
50
40
30
20
lb
28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8
AWG
mm2
Min. tensile strength lb
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1) Remark: Numeral acc. to DIN 40050 part 9, vehicles IP code
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Chart 4
2nd
charact.
numeral
Brief description Definition
0 Non-protected --
1Protected against vertically
falling water drops
Vertically falling drops shall
have no harmful effects.
2Protected against vertically
falling water drops when
enclosure tilted up to 15°
Vertically falling drops shall
have no harmful effects
when
the enclosure is tilted at any
angel up to 15° on either
side
of the vertical.
3 Protected against spraying
water
Water sprayed at an angle up
to 60° on either side of the
vertical shall have no harmful
effects
4Protec ted against splashing
water
Water splashed against the
enclosure from any direction
shall have no harmful effects.
5 Protected against water
jets
Water projected in jets
against the enclosure from
any direction shall have no
harmful effects.
6Protected against powerful
water jets
Water projected in powerful
jets against the enclosure
from any direction shall have
no harmful effects.
7 Protected against the
effects
of temporary immersion in
water
Intrusion of water in quantities
causing harmful effects
shall not be possible when
the enclosure is temporalily
immersed in water for 30 min.
in 1m depth.
8 Protected against the
effects
of continous immersion in
water
I ntrusion of water in quantities
causing harmful effects shall
not be possible when the
enclosure is continuously
immersed in water under
conditions which shall be
agreed between manufacturer
and user but which are more
severe than for numeral 7.
9K1) Protected against water
during high pressure/steam
jet cleaning
Water projected in powerful
jets with high pressure against
the enclosure from any
direction shall have no harmful
effects.
1st
Brief description Definition
charact.
numeral
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Non-protected
Protected against access to
hazardous parts with the back
of a hand. Protected against
solid foreign objects of
≥ 50mm Ø.
Protected against access to
hazardous parts with a finger.
Protected against solid
foreign objects of
≥ 12.5mm Ø.
Protected against access
to hazardous parts with a
tool. Protected against solid
foreign objects of
≥ 2.5mm Ø.
Protected against access to
hazardous parts with a wire.
Protected against solid
foreign objects of ≥ 1mm Ø.
Protected against access to
hazardous parts with a wire.
Dust-protected.
Protected against access to
hazardous parts with a wire
Dust-tight.
The probe, sphere of 50mm
Ø, shall not fully penetrate and
shall have adequate clearance
from hazardous parts.
The jointed test finger of
12mm Ø, 80mm length,
shall have adequate clearance
from hazardous parts. The
probe, sphere of 12.5mm Ø,
shall not fully penetrate.
The probe of 2.5mm Ø shall
not penetrate at all.
The probe of 1mm Ø shall
not penetrate at all.
The probe of 1mm Ø shall
not penetrate.
Intrusion of dust is not
totally prevented, but dust shall
not penetrate in a quantity
to interfere with satisfactory
operation of the device or to
impair safety.
The probe of 1mm Ø shall
not penetrate.
No intrussion of dust.
Chart 3
Degree of Protection
Electrical devices to which connectors belong to have to be protected for
safety reasons from outside influences like dust, foreign objects, direct
contact, moisture and water. This protection is provided on industrial
connectors by its housings with their latching devices and sealed cable
entries. The degree of protection can be selected depending on the type of
intended use. The standard IEC 60529 and/or DIN EN 60529/VDE 0470
Part 1 has specified the degree of protection and divided into several classes.
The degree of protection is indicated in the following way:
IP65
Code letters
(Internat. Protection)
1st charact. numeral (degree of protection against access
to hazardous parts and against solid foreign objects)
2nd charact. numeral (degree of protection against ingress of water)
The following char ts 3 an 4 give an overview about all protection degrees.
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1. General Remarks
These connectors are designed and produced in conformity with the
low voltage directive (73/23/EWG) respectively
Gerätesicherheitsgesetz (German law) and are especially in
accordance with the standards DIN EN 61984 / IEC 61984 (VDE
0627); IEC 60664-1 (VDE 0110-1) and IEC 60529.
The connectors may be used only within the technical ratings.
All technical data refer to mated connectors under live conditions.
The safety of the connector system depends on the correct selection
of products, proper assembly of the connector device and a precise
fit of the connectors
2. Application Remarks
Connectors with / without breaking capacity must be used according to
specified technical ratings.
The technical data represents the initial value of mated parts under
predetermined conditions and length of time.These values could change
with different test parameters or product requirements.
The connectors of the series are designed for the areas of
application including the construction and installation of controlling
and electrical devices.
The product has been tested for the intended purposes only. If the
connection is used other than originally intended, or in another
manner that we have not previously tested, the consumer assumes full
responsibility.
All rated data for the connectors listed in this catalogue are based on
overvoltage
category III and pollution degree 3 for electronic applications if
not stated differently. Connectors were completely mated according to their
respective safety locking mechanism. Selection and testing of connectors
with / without breaking capacity to meet specific product or industrial
requirements such as rated voltage and the related clearances and creepage
distances are the responsibility of the user.
3. Assembling Remarks
Protection against electrical shock of the termination of the
connectors shall be secured by correct mounting. Connectors of the
same or different series being mounted side by side may be protected
against incorrect mating by the use of coding options. Care must
be taken to ensure the parts are correctly mated and screws are
tightened with the proper torque.
4. Termination Remarks
Cable connectors are eff ectively secured when using the strain relief
(internal clamping ring). All cable properties or specifi cations must
becompatible with the connector design and materials.
Please make sure that the usability of the cable in conjunction with
the clamping ring is given.
Designated wire conductors must be terminated to the correct poles
in the connector.
Crimp contacts must be fully inserted into the plastic housing and
strain relief assured with a slight tug on the wire.
Wire should be stripped correctly according to printed specifi cations
to insure no electrical contact can be made between the conductors.
There should be no nicked or cut strains during the stripping action.
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Bestellnummer Seite Bestellnummer Seite Bestellnummer Seite Bestellnummer Seite
C016 20H003 804 12 18
C016 20K003 100 10 12
C016 20K003 100 12 12
C016 20K003 200 10 12
C016 20K003 200 12 12
C016 30C006 100 12 12
C016 30C006 200 12 12
C016 30D006 100 10 13
C016 30D006 100 12 13
C016 30D006 110 10 13
C016 30D006 110 12 13
C016 30D006 200 10 13
C016 30D006 200 12 13
C016 30D006 210 10 13
C016 30D006 210 12 13
C016 30D006 800 12 18
C016 30F006 100 10 13
C016 30F006 100 12 13
C016 30F006 200 10 13
C016 30F006 200 12 13
C016 30G006 100 12 13
C016 30G006 200 12 13
C016 30G006 800 12 19
C016 30H006 100 10 12
C016 30H006 100 12 12
C016 30H006 110 10 12
C016 30H006 110 12 12
C016 30H006 200 10 12
C016 30H006 200 12 12
C016 30H006 210 10 12
C016 30H006 210 12 12
C016 30K006 100 10 12
C016 30K006 100 12 12
C016 30K006 200 10 12
C016 30K006 200 12 12
C016 G09 041 G10 X 21
C016 G09 042 G10 X 21
C016 G11 041 E10 V 21
C016 G11 042 E1 V 21
C016 G11 043 E10 V 21
C016 G11 044 E10 V 21
C016 G11 045 E10 V 21
C016 G11 046 E10 V 21
C016 G11 048 E10 V 21
C016 G11 060 E10 V 21
C016 G11 061 E10 V 21
FG 0300 146 1 22
HN 01 016 0002 1 20
HN 01 016 0002 2 20
HN 01 016 0003 1 20
HN 01 016 0003 2 20
HN 01 016 0004 1 20
HN 01 016 0004 2 20
HN 01 016 0011 1 20
HN 01 016 0011 2 20
HN 02 016 0002 1 20
HN 02 016 0002 1 20
HN 02 016 0002 2 20
HN 02 016 0002 2 20
HN 02 016 0003 1 20
HN 02 016 0003 1 20
HN 02 016 0003 2 20
C016 00U000 000 12 23
C016 00U000 010 12 23
C016 00V000 000 12 23
C016 00V000 010 12 23
C016 10C006 000 12 12
C016 10C006 000 12 12
C016 10D003 806 12 16
C016 10D006 000 10 13
C016 10D006 000 10 13
C016 10D006 000 12 13
C016 10D006 000 12 13
C016 10D006 010 10 13
C016 10D006 010 10 13
C016 10D006 010 12 13
C016 10D006 010 12 13
C016 10D006 806 12 16
C016 10F006 000 10 13
C016 10F006 000 10 13
C016 10F006 000 12 13
C016 10F006 000 12 13
C016 10G006 000 12 13
C016 10G006 000 12 13
C016 10H006 000 10 12
C016 10H006 000 10 12
C016 10H006 000 12 12
C016 10H006 000 12 12
C016 10H006 010 10 12
C016 10H006 010 10 12
C016 10H006 010 12 12
C016 10H006 010 12 12
C016 10K006 000 10 12
C016 10K006 000 10 12
C016 10K006 000 12 12
C016 10K006 000 12 12
C016 10P003 806 12 16
C016 10P006 806 12 16
C016 20C003 100 12 12
C016 20C003 200 12 12
C016 20D003 100 10 13
C016 20D003 100 12 13
C016 20D003 110 10 13
C016 20D003 110 12 13
C016 20D003 200 10 13
C016 20D003 200 12 13
C016 20D003 210 10 13
C016 20D003 210 12 13
C016 20D003 806 12 18
C016 20F003 100 10 13
C016 20F003 100 12 13
C016 20F003 200 10 13
C016 20F003 200 12 13
C016 20G003 100 12 13
C016 20G003 200 12 13
C016 20H003 100 10 12
C016 20H003 100 12 12
C016 20H003 110 10 12
C016 20H003 110 12 12
C016 20H003 200 10 12
C016 20H003 200 12 12
C016 20H003 210 10 12
C016 20H003 210 12 12
C016 20H003 803 12 18
HN 02 016 0003 2 20
N 06 007 0004 22
N 16 110 2000 X 21
N 17 17 0001 21
N 17 17 0001 1 21
N 17 021 0001 21
T 3102 003 7 X 22
T 3102 004 7 X 22
T 3102 005 7 X 22
T 3106 010 19
T 3107 800 19
T 3107 802 19
T 3110 010 19
T 3110 100 19
T 6482 000 23
T 6482 001 23
T 6482 008 23
T 6483 000 23
T 6483 001 23
TA 0000 163 22
TA 0000 202 22
TA 0002 146 0001 22
TA 0002 146 0001 22
TA 0500 22
TA 0500 22
TA 0700 203 22
TA 0700 309 22
TN 01 016 0002 1 20
TN 01 016 0002 2 20
TN 01 016 0003 1 20
TN 01 016 0003 2 20
TN 01 016 0004 1 20
TN 01 016 0004 2 20
TN 01 016 0011 1 20
TN 01 016 0011 2 20
TN 02 016 0002 1 20
TN 02 016 0002 1 20
TN 02 016 0002 2 20
TN 02 016 0002 2 20
TN 02 016 0003 1 20
TN 02 016 0003 1 20
TN 02 016 0003 2 20
TN 02 016 0003 2 20
VN 01 016 0002 1 20
VN 01 016 0002 2 20
VN 01 016 0003 1 20
VN 01 016 0003 2 20
VN 01 016 0004 1 20
VN 01 016 0004 2 20
VN 01 016 0011 1 20
VN 01 016 0011 2 20
VN 02 016 0002 1 20
VN 02 016 0002 1 20
VN 02 016 0002 2 20
VN 02 016 0002 2 20
VN 02 016 0003 1 20
VN 02 016 0003 1 20
VN 02 016 0003 2 20
VN 02 016 0003 2 20
ZN 01 016 0002 1 20
ZN 01 016 0002 2 20
ZN 01 016 0003 1 20
ZN 01 016 0003 2 20
ZN 01 016 0004 1 20
ZN 01 016 0004 2 20
ZN 01 016 0011 1 20
ZN 01 016 0011 2 20
ZN 02 016 0002 1 20
ZN 02 016 0002 1 20
ZN 02 016 0002 2 20
ZN 02 016 0002 2 20
ZN 02 016 0003 1 20
ZN 02 016 0003 1 20
ZN 02 016 0003 2 20
ZN 02 016 0003 2 20
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CONN PLUG FMALE 4P SILVER SCREW
CONN PLG HSG FMALE 7POS INLINE