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Spring-loaded gasketed locking cover. Color-coded to identify voltage

High-copper solid brass, self-adjusting contacts in contact carrier

LAPP’s EPIC ® CEE pin and sleeve connectors handle single and three phase power requirements up to 600 volts and 125 amps.

Neoprene incised grommet

Molded housing keyway

EPIC ® MULTIMAX Series: • Patented click-lock housing • Patented self-locking cable grip secures cable without tools TECHNICAL FEATURES OF LAPP EPIC ® MULTIMAX AND EPIC ® CEE CONNECTORS:

• Patented universal membrane seal • High-copper solid brass contacts

IP protection is standard for pin and sleeve connectors, while twist lock offers this protection as an option with a higher price point. Also, you have the option of North American and international versions of the pin and sleeve connector. Twist lock, on the other hand, is only available in North American markets. But perhaps the biggest advantage of pin and sleeve connectors is that they’re safe to use. Safety first. Safety is perhaps the most appealing reason to use a pin and sleeve connector instead of a twist lock connector. Measures are taken to assure they’re safe for both the operator and application, and it all starts with IEC 60309. MULTIMAX connectors can be assembled in under 20 seconds, and an innovative retaining tab prevents unintentional withdrawal by engaging with the mating connector’s cover.

EPIC ® CEE Series: •

Internal cable clamp

• High-impact non-conductive thermoplastic housing. • PG-threaded cable gland • Stainless steel assembly screws • Nickel plated high copper solid brass contacts for IP67 - North American: 20A and 30A plugs - International: All plugs

LAPP 29 Hanover Road, Florham Park, NJ 07932 T. 800 774 3539

www.lappusa.com www.lappcanada.com

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