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General information
We reserve the right to change the design due
to improvement in quality, development or
production requirements.
This catalogue must not be used in any form
or manner without our prior approval in writing
(Copyright Law, Fair Trading Law, Civil Code).
This release replaces all former releases.
is a registered trademark.
Usage or modification is not allowed without
written permission of Amphenol-Tuchel.
Quality
From the beginning of the development process, Amphenol-Tuchel Electronics GmbH
gives quality considerations the top priority. Meeting customer requirements is
the main focus of the product development process.
Interdisciplinary project teams with diverse backgrounds from marketing, product
engineering and production guarantee the development and production of robust and
reliable connector solutions.
Our quality assessment begins with the initial contact to the customer and extends
through the life of the product. A satisfied customer is the measure of our success.
We strive to use environmentally friendly processes that minimize the waste of natural
resources and introduction of toxins into the environment.
Certifi cations: TS 16949
ISO 14001
ISO 9000:2000
The Company
Amphenol-Tuchel Electronics GmbH is a member of the USA based Amphenol
Corporation. With our own global presence we off er our customers exceptional
technical support and worldwide service in the areas of development, production and
distribution. Amphenol-Tuchel Electronics GmbH has a successful history
as a partner to our customers and sets standards for connector technology.
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Accessories 11
Crimp Contacts 10
Derating Curves / Order Information
5
Products
6
Technical Data 600V - Version
8
Products 600V - Version
9
Technical Data 5
Product Description 4
General Information 2
Content Page
• New
cable screw connection with
clamping ring
Strain relief and mounted gasket
all in one component
Ergonomically shaped handle for
a better grip and safer handling
Fastening for the protective caps
on the
receptacle housing
One cable housing for all cable
diameters (6 mm - 12,5 mm)
Remarks / Safety Classification 16
Technical Information 13
Mounting Instructions 12
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Product Description
Product Description
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 caps 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
Testhouse Characteristics
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
In general approvals refer to versions of the connector series.
Test report
upon request.
1) Please refer to „Conditions of Acceptability“
3+PE, 400 V, 16 A
6+PE, 250 V, 10 A (solder version)
6+PE, 250 V, 13 A (crimp version)
3+PE, 400 V, 16 A
6+PE, 250 V, 10 A (solder version)
6+PE, 250 V, 13 A (crimp version)
3+PE,
400V, 16A
6+PE,
250V, 13A
3+PE, 250 V, 12 A
6+PE, 250 V, 8 A
VDE
SEV
UL
1)
CSA
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3 + PE 6 + PE
400 V 250 V 250 V
33
III III
II II
6000 V 4000 V
16 A / + 55 °C 13 A / + 55 °C
12 A/ + 55 °C
≥ 10
8
Ω ≥ 10
8
Ω
≤ 5 m Ω ≤ 5 m Ω
40 / 125 / 5640 / 100 / 56
IP 65 / IP 67
PA 6.6 / PA 6
PA 6.6 / PA 6
max. 0,75 mm
2
AWG 18
0,14 - 1,5 mm
2
AWG 26 - 16
0,75 - 2,5 mm
2
AWG 18-14
Neopren
VO
UL 94
≤ 15 N ≤ 30 N
-40°C ... +100°C
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60512-5-2, Test 5b
DIN EN 60512-3-1, Test 3a
DIN EN 60512, Test 2a
DIN EN 60068-1
DIN EN 60529
DIN EN 60512-13-2, Test 13b
DIN EN 60512, Test 9a
-40°C ... +125°C
TPE
CharacteristicsGeneral Characteristics
Number of contacts
solder typescrew type crimp type
≥ 500 mating cycles
silver plated / gold plated
screw solder crimp
round thread
Electrical Characteristics
Rated voltage
Pollution degree
Installation (overvoltage) category
Material group
Rated impulse withstand voltage
Current carrying capacity
Insulation resistance
Contact resistance
Climatic Characteristics
Climatic category
Operating temperature
Mechanical Characteristics
Degree of protection
Insertion and withdrawal force
Mechanical operation
Materials
Housing material
Dielectric material
Gasket material
Material lace for protective cap
Contact plating
Other Characteristics
Termination technique
Wire gauge / AWG
Flammability
Locking system
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.
Standard
1)
DIN EN 60664-1 ^
= VDE 0110-1 ^
= IEC 60664-1
Technical Data
No. of contacts 3 + PE No. of contacts 6 + PE
all contacts under load
a) wire gauge 1,5 mm
2
,
stamped crimp contacts
b) wire gauge 0,75 mm
2
,
stamped solder contacts
Current carrying capacity
Derating Curves
20 20
40 40
60 60
80 80
100 100
120 120
00
5,0 5,0
10,0 10,0
15,0 15,0
20,0 20,0
25,0 25,0
30,0 30,0
all contacts under load
a) wire gauge 2,5 mm²
b) wire gauge 1,5 mm²
Ambient temperature Ambient temperature
View on male mating side
a)
b) a)
b)
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Male cable connector straight
Version strain relief with
clamping ring: 6 - 12,5 mm
Version with internal cable clamping
and clamping ring: 6 - 10 mm
Part number
Strain relief with clamping ring
Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
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
Part number
Internal cable clamping + clamping ring
Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
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
No. of
contacts
Back shell
color
Termination
technique
Male cable connector right angled,
strain relief with clamping ring
cable diameter 6 - 12,5 mm
Part number
Strain relief with clamping ring
Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
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
No. of
contacts
Back shell
color
Termination
technique
No. of
contacts
Back shell
color
Termination
technique
Part number
Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
C016 20G003 100 12
C016 30G006 100 12
C016 10G006 000 12
C016 20G003 200 12
C016 30G006 200 12
C016 10G006 000 12
1)
Crimp contacts see page 10 / Crimp tooling see catalogue “Tools”.
2)
Mounting hole Ø 22 without chamfer, suitable sealing for screws is necessary. Tightening torque 0,8Nm.
Mounting
cut-out
2)
Male Cable Connectors / Female Receptacles
Dimension A
Screw version: 13,5 mm
Solder version: 14,2 mm
Crimp version: 16,5 mm
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
screw
screw
solder
solder
crimp
1)
crimp
1)
blue
black
blue
black
blue
black
blue
black
blue
black
blue
black
screw
screw
solder
solder
crimp
1)
crimp
1)
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
screw
solder
crimp
1)
black
black
black
For sealing reason
this surface needs
to be level and
free of burrs.
Female receptacle, screw termination
(3+PE), solder termination or
crimp version (6+PE)
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Male receptacle, screw termination
(3+PE), solder termination or
crimp version (6+PE)
No. of
contacts
Back shell
color
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
Termination
technique
screw
solder
crimp
1)
black
black
black
Bi
i
B
ld
ld
ld
ld
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
ld
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
l
ld
l
l
Part number
Strain relief with clamping ring
Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
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
Part number
Internal cable clamping + clamping ring
Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
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
No. of
contacts
Back shell
color
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
Termination
technique
screw
screw
solder
solder
crimp
1)
crimp
1
)
blue
black
blue
black
blue
black
Part number
Strain relief with clamping ring
Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
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
No. of
contacts
Back shell
color
3 + PE
3 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
6 + PE
Termination
technique
screw
screw
solder
solder
crimp
1)
crimp
1)
blue
black
blue
black
blue
black
Part number
Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
C016 20C003 100 12
C016 30C006 100 12
C016 10C006 000 12
C016 20C003 200 12
C016 30C006 200 12
C016 10C006 000 12
1)
Crimp contacts see page 10 / Crimp tooling see catalogue “Tools”.
2) Mounting hole Ø 22 without chamfer, suitable sealing for screws is necessary.
Tightening torque 0,8 Nm.
Female cable connector right angled,
strain relief with clamping ring
cable diameter 6 - 12,5 mm
Mounting
cut-out
2)
Female Cable Connectors / Male Receptacles
Dimension A
Screw version: 14,0 mm
Solder version: 12,0 mm
Crimp version: 16,5 mm
Female cable connector straight
Version strain relief with
clamping ring: 6 - 12,5 mm
Version with internal cable clamping
and clamping ring: 6 - 10 mm
For sealing reason
this surface needs
to be level and
free of burrs.
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3 + PE 6 + PE
600 V
3 (mated)
III
II
6000 V
14 A / + 40 °C
≥ 10
8
Ω
≤ 5 m Ω
40 / 125 / 56
IP 65
PA 6.6 / PA 6
PA 6.6 / PA 6
0,14 - 1,5 mm
2
AWG 26 - 16
Neopren
VO
UL 94
≤ 35 N
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60664-1
1)
DIN EN 60512-5-2, Test 5b
DIN EN 60512-3-1, Test 3a
DIN EN 60512, Test 2a
DIN EN 60068-1
DIN EN 60529
DIN EN 60512-13-2, Test 13b
DIN EN 60512, Test 9a
-40°C ... +125°C
CharacteristicsGeneral Characteristics
Number of contacts
crimp type
≥ 500 mating cycles
silver plated / gold plated
crimp
round thread
Electrical Characteristics
Rated voltage
Pollution degree
Installation (overvoltage) category
Material group
Rated impulse withstand voltage
Current carrying capacity
Insulation resistance
Contact resistance
Climatic Characteristics
Climatic category
Operating temperature
Mechanical Characteristics
Degree of protection
Insertion and withdrawal force
Mechanical operation
Materials
Housing material
Dielectric material
Gasket material
Contact plating
Other Characteristics
Termination technique
Wire gauge / AWG
Flammability
Locking system
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.
Standard
1)
DIN EN 60664-1 ^
= VDE 0110-1 ^
= IEC 60664-1
Technical Data
View on male mating side
Derating Curves Testhouse Characteristics
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
UL
1)
No. of contacts 6 + PE
20 40 60 80 100 120
0
5,0
10,0
15,0
20,0
25,0
30,0
all contacts under load
wire gauge 1,5 mm
2
,
stamped crimp contacts
Ambient temperature
In general approvals refer to versions of the connector series.
Test report
upon request.
1) Please refer to „Conditions of Acceptability“
High Voltage
3+PE, 600 V, 10,5 A at AWG 16
6+PE, 600 V, 10,5 A at AWG 16
CSA
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Male receptacle,
crimp version
No. of
contacts
Back shell
color
3 + PE
6 + PE
Termination
technique
crimp
1)
crimp
1)
black
black
Female cable connector straight,
with clamping ring,
cable diameter 6 - 12,5 mm
Part number
Strain relief with clamping ring
C016 10D003 806 12
C016 10D006 806 12
No. of
contacts
Back shell
color
3 + PE
6 + PE
Termination
technique
crimp
1)
crimp
1)
black
black
Part number
C016 10P003 806 12
C016 10P006 806 12
1)
Crimp contacts see page 10 / Crimp tooling see catalogue “Tools”.
2)
Tightening torque 4 -5 Nm.
Mounting
cut-out
For sealing reason
this surface needs
to be level and
free of burrs.
Female Cable Connectors / Male ReceptaclesHigh Voltage
* standard dust cups don’t fi t on high voltage versions special caps upon request
* Thread size M20 x 1,5
2)
* If turn protection is required, we recommend to glue receptacles
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Stamped single contacts Stamped contacts on reel
for hand crimping tools
200 pcs.
Crimp Contacts, Pin for Standard Versions
Contact Ø Insulation Ø No. of Wire Supplied Pieces Part number
in mm in mm contacts gauge as Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
1,6 1,0 - 2,0 6 + PE 0,14 - 0,5 mm2 Single contact 100 VN 01 016 0011 (1) VN 01 016 0011 (2)
Contact on reel 200 ZN 01 016 0011 (1) ZN 01 016 0011 (2)
right 2000 HN 01 016 0011 (1) HN 01 016 0011 (2)
left 2000 TN 01 016 0011 (1) TN 01 016 0011 (2)
1,6 1,8 - 2,8 6 + PE 0,5 - 1,5 mm2 Single contact 100 VN 01 016 0004 (1) VN 01 016 0004 (2)
Contact on reel 200 ZN 01 016 0004 (1) ZN 01 016 0004 (2)
right 2000 HN 01 016 0004 (1) HN 01 016 0004 (2)
left 2000 TN 01 016 0004 (1) TN 01 016 0004 (2)
Crimp Contacts, Socket for Standard and High Voltage Version
1,6 1,0 - 2,0 6 + PE 0,14 - 0,5 mm2 Single contact 100 VN 01 016 0003 (1) VN 01 016 0003 (2)
Contact on reel 200 ZN 01 016 0003 (1) ZN 01 016 0003 (2)
right 2000 HN 01 016 0003 (1) HN 01 016 0003 (2)
left 2000 TN 01 016 0003 (1) TN 01 016 0003 (2)
1,6 1,8 - 2,8 6 + PE 0,5 - 1,5 mm2 Single contact 100 VN 01 016 0002 (1) VN 01 016 0002 (2)
Contact on reel 200 ZN 01 016 0002 (1) ZN 01 016 0002 (2)
right 2000 HN 01 016 0002 (1) HN 01 016 0002 (2)
left 2000 TN 01 016 0002 (1) TN 01 016 0002 (2)
1,6 1,0 - 2,0 6 + PE 0,14 - 0,5 mm2 Single contact 100 VN 02 016 0003 (1) VN 02 016 0003 (2)
Contact on reel 200 ZN 02 016 0003 (1) ZN 02 016 0003 (2)
right 2000 HN 02 016 0003 (1) HN 02 016 0003 (2)
left 2000 TN 02 016 0003 (1) TN 02 016 0003 (2)
1,6 1,8 - 2,8 6 + PE 0,5 - 1,5 mm2 Single contact 100 VN 02 016 0002 (1) VN 02 016 0002 (2)
Contact on reel 200 ZN 02 016 0002 (1) ZN 02 016 0002 (2)
right 2000 HN 02 016 0002 (1) HN 02 016 0002 (2)
left 2000 TN 02 016 0002 (1) TN 02 016 0002 (2)
Stamped contacts on reel for crimping machines
2000 pcs. feeds to the right
2000 pcs. feeds to the left
Crimp Contacts
Contact Ø Insulation Ø No. of Wire Supplied Pieces Part number
in mm in mm contacts gauge as Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
Contact Ø Insulation Ø No. of Wire Supplied Pieces Part number
in mm in mm contacts gauge as Contact plating
Silver plated Gold plated
Find our tools in the catalogue “Tools”.
Crimp Contacts, Pin for High Voltage Versions
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Mounting of the protective covers on the back shell, male or female receptacles
Description Figure
Protecitve cover for male cable
connector and male receptacle
Part number Figure Part number
Protective cover for female
cable connector and female
receptacle
for male cable
connector
C016 00U000 010 12
for female cable
connector
C016 00V000 010 12
for male receptacle
C016 00U000 000 12
for female receptacle
C016 00V000 000 12
1)
X is
synonymous
for packaging unit 10 pcs.
Accessories
Back shell,
right angled with clamping ring
Packaging unit 10 pcs.
Cable clamp
for all straight cable connectors,
Packaging units 10 pcs.
Cable clamp diameter
Ø 6 - 10 mm
N 16 110 2000 X
1)
Back shell color:
blue: C016 G09 042 G10 X
1)
black: C016 G09 041 G10 X
1)
Description Figure Part number
Protective caps for 600V version upon request
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Mounting Instruction, straight cable connector
additionally
included gasket
cable nut
tightening torque
1,5 - 2 Nm
1)
tightening torque max. 0,3 Nm
1)
Mounting Instruction, right angled cable connector
Mounting Instructions
b
a
b
a
Stripping Lengths
Screw contacts
with internal cable clamping
without internal cable clamping
Solder contacts
with internal cable clamping
without internal cable clamping
Crimp contacts 0,14 – 0,50 mm2
0,50 – 1,5 mm2
with internal cable clamping
without internal cable clamping
1) PE + 2mm 2) end splice recommended
Measure b
7 +1 2)
7 +1
2)
4 +1
4 +1
3 +0,5
3,5 +1
Measure a 1)
18 +1
25 +1
14 +1
22 +1
14 +1
22 +1
Measure a 1)
35 +1
32 +1
32 +1
Measure b
7 +1 2)
4 +1
3 +0,5
3,5 +1
Stripping Lengths
Screw contacts
without internal cable clamping
Solder contacts
without internal cable clamping
Crimp contacts 0,14 – 0,5 mm2
0,50 – 1,5 mm2
without internal cable clamping
1) PE + 2mm 2) end splice recommended
clamping ring with mounted gasket
back shell
tightening torque
1,5 - 2 Nm
internal
cable clamping
male contact
insert with
locking ring
female contact
insert with
locking ring
additionally
included
gasket
right angled back shell
tightening torque
1 - 2 Nm
cable nut
tightening torque
1,5 - 2 Nm
1)
clamping ring with
male contact
insert with
locking ring
female contact
insert with
locking ring
mounted gasket
shell
TR 22 x 2
TR 22 x 2
pay attention at keying
pay attention at keying
1)
The
tightening torque
gures can vary depending on the cable you use.
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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.
Chart 1
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.
Diagram 1
Wire size (mm
2
) 1,5 2,5
Screw size M 3 M 3
Test torque (Ncm) max. 50 max. 50
Tensile strength
Wire gauge
Chart 2
It is to be noted that wires of the same AWG number but with different
composition have slightly different mm
2
.
Technical Information
Color coding
Backshells of cable connectors are available in diff erent colors upon
request. Min order quantity = 1000 pcs. per type.
Mechanical coding
Achieved by special coding pins which are inserted into contact cavities.
Min. order quantitiy = 1000 pcs. per type.
Crimp version
Order number do not include crimp contacts. Please order separately (see
page 10).
Crimp tooling
Ask for our catalogue “Tools”
Order Information
10
00
006D30C016
Aufbau der Bestellnummer
Serie
1
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
Termination Technique
10 = Crimp (6 + PE)
20 = Screw (3 + PE)
30 = Solder (6 + PE) Number of Poles
003 = 3 + PE
006 = 6 + PE
Strain relief
00 = Receptacle or
cable connector with clamping ring
10 = Cable connector with internal
cable clamp
Contact Plating
1 = silver plated
2 = gold plated
0 = without contacts
Version
10 = Cable connector in blue/black
12 = Cable connector or receptacle in black
The example shows a female
cable connector 6 + PE.
This comparison chart allows a cross reference between American Wire
Gauge (AWG) and metric wire sizes (mm
2
).
30 1 x 0,25 0,25 mm 0,05 mm
2
7 x 0,10 0,36 mm 0,06 mm
2
28 1 x 0,32 0,32 mm 0,08 mm
2
7 x 0,13 0,38 mm 0,09 mm
2
26 1 x 0,40 0,40 mm 0,13 mm
2
7 x 0,16 0,48 mm 0,14 mm
2
19 x 0,10 0,51 mm 0,15 mm
2
24 1 x 0,51 0,51 mm 0,21 mm
2
7 x 0,20 0,61 mm 0,23 mm
2
19 x 0,13 0,64 mm 0,24 mm
2
22 1 x 0,64 0,64 mm 0,33 mm
2
7 x 0,25 0,76 mm 0,36 mm
2
19 x 0,16 0,81 mm 0,38 mm
2
20 1 x 0,81 0,81 mm 0,52 mm
2
7 x 0,32 0,97 mm 0,56 mm
2
19 x 0,20 1,02 mm 0,62 mm
2
18 1 x 1,02 1,02 mm 0,79 mm
2
19 x 0,25 1,27 mm 0,96 mm
2
16 19 x 0,29 1,44 mm 1,23 mm
2
14 19 x 0,36 1,80 mm 1,95 mm
2
12 19 x 0,46 2,29 mm 3,09 mm
2
10 37 x 0,40 3,10 mm 4,60 mm
2
8 133 x 0,29 4,0 mm 8,80 mm
2
6 133 x 0,36 5,5 mm 13,5 mm
2
AWG Wire composition Wire diameter Wire size
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Min. tensile strength N
Wire gauge in mm
2
/ AWG
Crimp Termination
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.
Diagram 2
Assembly instructions
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 10.
1000
500
400
300
200
100
50
40
30
20
10
5
0,05 0,1 0,2 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,5 4,0 6,0 10,0
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
Technical Information
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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 charts 4 an 5 give an overview about all protection degrees.
Chart 4
1st charact.
Brief description Definition
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 5
1)
Remark: Numeral acc. to DIN 40050 part 9, vehicles IP code.
2nd charact.
Brief description Definition
numeral
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9K
1)
Non-protected
Protected against vertically
falling water drops
Protected against vertically
falling water drops when
enclosure tilted up to 15°
Protected against spraying
water
Protected against splashing
water
Protected against water jets
Protected against powerful
water jets
Protected against the effects
of temporary immersion in
water
Protected against the effects
of continous immersion in
water
Protected against water
during high pressure/steam
jet cleaning
Vertically falling drops shall
have no harmful effects.
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.
Water sprayed at an angle up
to 60° on either side of the
vertical shall have no harmful
effects.
Water splashed against the
enclosure from any direction
shall have no harmful effects.
Water projected in jets against
the enclosure from any
direction shall have no harmful
effects.
Water projected in powerful
jets against the enclosure
from any direction shall have
no harmful effects.
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.
Intrusion 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.
Water projected in powerful
jets with high pressure against
the enclosure from any
direction shall have no harmful
effects.
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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
(VDE0627); 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 over-
voltage 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.
Remarks / Safety Classification
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Part No. Page Part No. Page Part No. Page Part No. Page
Summary of Part Numbers
C016 00U000 000 12 11
C016 00U000 010 12 11
C016 00V000 000 12 11
C016 00V000 010 12 11
C016 10C006 000 12 7
C016 10D003 806 12 9
C016 10D006 000 10 7
C016 10D006 000 12 7
C016 10D006 010 10 7
C016 10D006 010 12 7
C016 10D006 806 12 9
C016 10F006 000 10 7
C016 10F006 000 12 7
C016 10G006 000 12 6
C016 10H006 000 10 6
C016 10H006 000 12 6
C016 10H006 010 10 6
C016 10H006 010 12 6
C016 10K006 000 10 6
C016 10K006 000 12 6
C016 10P003 806 12 9
C016 10P006 806 12 9
C016 20C003 100 12 7
C016 20C003 200 12 7
C016 20D003 100 10 7
C016 20D003 100 12 7
C016 20D003 110 10 7
C016 20D003 110 12 7
C016 20D003 200 10 7
C016 20D003 200 12 7
C016 20D003 210 10 7
C016 20D003 210 12 7
C016 20F003 100 10 7
C016 20F003 100 12 7
C016 20F003 200 10 7
C016 20F003 200 12 7
C016 20G003 100 12 6
C016 20G003 200 12 6
C016 20H003 100 10 6
C016 20H003 100 12 6
C016 20H003 110 10 6
C016 20H003 110 12 6
C016 20H003 200 10 6
C016 20H003 200 12 6
C016 20H003 210 10 6
C016 20H003 210 12 6
C016 20K003 100 10 6
C016 20K003 100 12 6
C016 20K003 200 10 6
C016 20K003 200 12 6
C016 30C006 100 12 7
C016 30C006 200 12 7
C016 30D006 100 10 7
C016 30D006 100 12 7
C016 30D006 110 10 7
C016 30D006 110 12 7
C016 30D006 200 10 7
C016 30D006 200 12 7
C016 30D006 210 10 7
C016 30D006 210 12 7
C016 30F006 100 10 7
C016 30F006 100 12 7
C016 30F006 200 10 7
C016 30F006 200 12 7
C016 30G006 100 12 6
C016 30G006 200 12 6
C016 30H006 100 10 6
C016 30H006 100 12 6
C016 30H006 110 10 6
C016 30H006 110 12 6
C016 30H006 200 10 6
C016 30H006 200 12 6
C016 30H006 210 10 6
C016 30H006 210 12 6
C016 30K006 100 10 6
C016 30K006 100 12 6
C016 30K006 200 10 6
C016 30K006 200 12 6
C016 G09 041 G10 X 11
C016 G09 042 G10 X 11
HHN 01 016 0002 (1) 10
HN 01 016 0002 (2) 10
HN 01 016 0003 (1) 10
HN 01 016 0003 (2) 10
HN 01 016 0004 (1) 10
HN 01 016 0004 (2) 10
HN 01 016 0011 (1) 10
HN 01 016 0011 (2) 10
HN 02 016 0002 (1) 10
HN 02 016 0002 (2) 10
HN 02 016 0003 (1) 10
HN 02 016 0003 (2) 10
N 16 110 2000 X 11
TN 01 016 0002 (1) 10
TN 01 016 0002 (2) 10
TN 01 016 0003 (1) 10
TN 01 016 0003 (2) 10
TN 01 016 0004 (1) 10
TN 01 016 0004 (2) 10
TN 01 016 0011 (1) 10
TN 01 016 0011 (2) 10
TN 02 016 0002 (1) 10
TN 02 016 0002 (2) 10
TN 02 016 0003 (1) 10
TN 02 016 0003 (2) 10
VN 01 016 0002 (1) 10
VN 01 016 0002 (2) 10
VN 01 016 0003 (1) 10
VN 01 016 0003 (2) 10
VN 01 016 0004 (1) 10
VN 01 016 0004 (2) 10
VN 01 016 0011 (1) 10
VN 01 016 0011 (2) 10
VN 02 016 0002 (1) 10
VN 02 016 0002 (2) 10
VN 02 016 0003 (1) 10
VN 02 016 0003 (2) 10
ZN 01 016 0002 (1) 10
ZN 01 016 0002 (2) 10
ZN 01 016 0003 (1) 10
ZN 01 016 0003 (2) 10
ZN 01 016 0004 (1) 10
ZN 01 016 0004 (2) 10
ZN 01 016 0011 (1) 10
ZN 01 016 0011 (2) 10
ZN 02 016 0002 (1) 10
ZN 02 016 0002 (2) 10
ZN 02 016 0003 (1) 10
ZN 02 016 0003 (2) 10
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Telephone: +49 (0)7131 929 - 0
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Important Notice
All technical data have been measured in a laboratory environment and can be different during practical usage of the product. Any product information is for descriptive usage only and not legally
binding; particularly the information does not constitute or provide any legal guaranties (“Beschaffenheitsgarantie” or “Haltbarkeitsgarantie”).
We reserve the right to change the design due to improvement in quality, development or production requirements. This catalogue must not be used in any form or manner without our prior approval
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International
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found here: www.amphenol.com
Argentina
Amphenol Argentina
Av. Callao 930
2nd Floor Office B “Plaza“
C1023 AAP Buenos Aires
Phone +54 11 4815 68 86
www.amphenol.com.ar
Australia
Amphenol Australia Pty. Ltd.
2 Fiveways Blvd
Keysborough
Victoria 31 73
Phone +61 3 8796 88 88
www.amphenol.com.au
Brazil
Amphenol do Brasil Ltda.
Rua Diogo Moreira 132, 20th Floor
CEP 05423-101 Sao Paulo SP
Phone +55 11 3815 10 03
www.amphenol.com.br
China
Amphenol-Tuchel Electronics
China Branch
20 Taishan Road
Changzhou 213022
Phone +86 0519 511 03 01
www.amphenol.info
France
Amphenol Socapex S.A.S.
948, Promenade de l’Arve, BP 29
Thyez Cedex, 74311
Phone +33 4 5089 28 00
www.amphenol-socapex.com
Singapore
Asia Pacific Sales Operations
72 Bendemeer Rd, No.03-32/33
Hiap Huat House, Luzerne, 339941
Singapore
Phone +65 6294 2128
www.amphenol.com
South Africa
Amphenol International Ltd
Chislehurston
30 Impala Road
2196 Chislehurston
Sandton, 2146
Phone +27 11 7839 517
www.amphenol.co.za
Spain
Amphenol Espana
Edificio Burgosol, Oficina 55
C/Comunidad de Madrid, 35 bis
Las Rozas (Madrid), 28230
Phone +34 91 6407 302
www.amphenol.com
Taiwan
Amphenol East Asia Limited-Taiwan
5F, No 361, Fusing 1st Rd
Gueishan Township,
Taoyuan County 333
Phone +886 3 2647 200
www.amphenol.com
Germany
Amphenol-Tuchel Electronics GmbH
August-Haeusser-Str. 10
74080 Heilbronn
Phone +49 7131 929 0
www.amphenol.de
India
Amphenol Interconnect India Pvt Ltd
105, Bhosari Industrial Area
Pune – 411 026
Phone +91 20 2712 04 81
www.amphenol-in.com
Italy
Amphenol-Tuchel Italy
Via Barbaiana n. 5
20020 Lainate (MI)
Phone +39 02 9325 41
www.amphenol.info
Korea
Amphenol DaeShin Elect and
Precision Co.,Ltd
558 Songnae-Dong, Sosa-Gu
Bucheon-City, Kyunggi-Do
Korea 422-130
Phone +82 32 6103 800
www.amphenol.co.kr
Mexico
Amphenol Mexico
Prolongacion Reforma 61 - 6 B2
Col. Paseo de las Lomas
C.P. 01330 Mexico D.F.
Phone +52 55 5258 99 84
www.amphenolmexico.com
Turkey
Amphenol Turkey
Sun Plaza Kat: 15
Maslak Mah. Bilim Sok.No:15
34398 Sisli - Istanbul
Phone: +90 2123 679 220
www.amphenol.com.tr
United Kingdom
Amphenol Limited
Thanet Way, Whitstable
Kent, CT53JF
Phone +44 1227 773 200
www.amphenol.co.uk
USA
Amphenol-Tuchel Electronics
6900 Haggerty Road
Suite 200
Canton, Michigan 48187
Phone +1 7344 516 400
www.amphenol.info
Amphenol Corporation
Corporate Headquarters
358 Hall Avenue
Wallingford, CT 06492
Phone +1 877 2674 366
Phone +1 203 2658 900
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