T 3424 502 U

Data Overview

Description: Male cable connector 6 pole IP40; solder; silver; straight; bayonet locking
rated current (40 °C) 5 A
number of positions (w/o PE) 6
rated voltage 300 V
IP-class mated IP40

Product Availability and Price

Product Availability
Packing Unit: 50 Pieces
Min. Order Quantity: 50 Pieces
Price per Piece: €4.87
Total Price plus VAT: €243.50
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Technical Data

part category male cable connector
gender male
number of positions (w/o PE) 6
termination solder pin
contact diameter 1,5 mm
locking system bayonet ring
rated current (40 °C) 5 A
rated voltage 300 V
max. wire gauge 0.5
min. wire gauge 0.05

Frequently Asked Questions

The following components are required for a complete solution:

  • Cable connector and counterpart of the opposite gender (socket/device part)

  • Release tool FH 0300 091 and installation wrench N 45 091 000 1

  • depending on the application: protective cover

For crimp versions, the crimp contacts and the crimping tool must be ordered separately.

We have great experience in the development and production of cable assemblies and complete devices, especially on the machine side (distribution boxes, PCBs, covers). Send us your request to industrial@amphenol.de and we are happy to support you!

M16B includes solutions for 90° connection with a flange that can be placed directly on the PCB. On request, we are happy to check the realization of versions with 180° dip solder contacts. Alternatively, our flying pigtail assemblies with PCB connectors allow more flexibility and failure tolerance.

With the standard M16B plastic housings, the shielding of the cable cannot be transferred via the connector housing. For shield transfer, following 8pin special metal versions are available: T3524800U; T3528800U; T3527118U and T3527918U. We will be happy to check the implementation of other pole patterns on request.

Even though the contact resistance is slightly higher with crimp connections, this connection technology has established itself over soldering. Particularly for large quantities, investing in automatic crimping machines pays off in terms of material costs, workload and quality assurance. We have many years of experience with crimping technology and offer a broad portfolio of crimp contacts across all series, turned and stamped, loose and on reels.

Environmental influences often cause oxidation on the surface of silver-coated contacts, which is indicated by a dark coloration. The oxide layer has no effect on functionality and is automatically rubbed off when plugged in. In use, the oxide layer usually burns out at a load > 24V or 200-300mA. If smaller currents flow, we recommend gold-plated contacts to keep the contact resistance low in the long term.

Our M16A/B connectors usually come with a black plastic housing. With the backshells T29935109C / T29935119C / T29935129C / T29935139C, the color of the grommet version can be adapted to blue, red, yellow and green. We also offer color matching of other plastic and metal components depending on your yearly demands.

As an alternative to the ring nut, our M16 receptacles can also be equipped with an SW20 hexagon nut (part number T 0422 060 9). We are also happy to supply the component directly with a hexagon nut depending on your yearly demands.

In addition to the standard 5 and 7 pole contact layout, there are also stereo versions. Historically, these were used to transmit sound, but today customers usually use other connector solutions (Audio series). The solder connection is typical for the application, which is why these layouts are not available with crimp contacts. With the stereo layouts mechanical coding (Poka Yoke) can be realized.

During a transfer of the production facility in 2010, the "U" was introduced at the end of the part number for clear traceability. The dimensions, material and technical function remained completely unchanged during the process. Today, the "U" is an integral part of the part number, regardless of the supply chain.