HR10 Dust-proof Cap

HR10 Dust-proof Cap
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A dust-proof cap to prevent contamination from foreign bodies and protect the connected portion


● Prevents intrusion of dust and foreign matter to the fitting surface when mounted on unused panel mount receptacle.

· Does not have waterproof functionality.

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Specifications

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ModelNumber of CoresWeight
g
HR10-7R-C4,60.3
HR10-10R-C10,120.6

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HR10 Dust-proof Cap:Related Image
Part Number
HR10-7R-C
HR10-10R-C
Part NumberVolume DiscountDays to ShipRoHS
Available 2 Day(s) or more 10
Available 2 Day(s) or more 10

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Characteristics

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Rated Current 2 A or lower
Rated Voltage 14-core: 150 VAC / 200 VDC, Other: 100 VAC / 140 VDC
Withstand Voltage 300 VAC or less (500 VAC or less for 4-core) / 1 minute
Insulation Resistance 1,000 MΩ or more / 100 VDC
Contact Resistance 10 mΩ or less / 1 ADC
Compatible Wire Size AWG26 or below Loose Wires or 0.15 mm2 or less Loose Wires

* For applicable wire size, cable finished outer diameter should be within cable clamp inner diameter.

Material / Finish

Item Materials Finish
Body Shell Zinc Alloy Satin Nickel Plated
Pin Contact Brass Silver Plating
Socket Contact Phosphor Bronze Silver Plating
Insulator Polyamide Resin Black

Contact Arrangement Diagram


Connection Work Method (Relay type can be done by the same method.)

Number of Cores Wrench Spacing (mm) D Dimension (mm) Wrench Tightening Force
4.6 7.5 10 1.5 N・m (15 kgf・cm)
10.12 9.5 16 1.5 N・m (15 kgf・cm)

Connector assembly is performed in the following order.
(1) Pass the cable through the cord bushing and connector body, and then solder to the insulator unit contact.
(2) After soldering the wire to the connector, crimp the clamp brackets attached to the connector with the crimp tool (HR10A-TC-02) or pliers.
(3) Fit the insulator unit screw part into the connector body. (Use a wrench and tighten to the values shown in the table.) When tightening the connector body, loosen the D part first so that the solder connection part is not placed under stress.
(4) Tighten the fastening screw so that its tip touches one of the two bosses on the clamp bracket. Note that the fastening screw is fixed with tightening torque of 0.3 N⋅m (3 kgf⋅cm).
(5) Finally, cover the the cord bushing with the connector body.

Connector Insertion and Removal Method

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