Connectivity serves as a cornerstone for industrial automation environments delivering production, data and communications. 

Cordsets are a commConnectivity serves as a cornerstone for industrial automation environments delivering production, data andon connectivity solution but in-the-field assembly has vulnerabilities and deficiencies.  

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Assembled vs overmoulded cordsets: understanding the advantages for your connectivity application

Friday, 28 February, 2014


Connectivity serves as a cornerstone for industrial automation environments delivering production, data and communications.

Cordsets are a common connectivity solution but in-the-field assembly has vulnerabilities and deficiencies such as miswiring and moisture ingress.

Overmoulding can improve the durability of the cordset and reduce the total cost of ownership by improving uptime, decreasing downtime and optimising application accuracy and efficiency.

This white paper discusses the difference between assembled and overmoulded cordsets offering a comparison of the technologies and detail of the advantages.


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