Four connectors have been added to the IEC Lock range. The patented locking mechanism for IEC Connectors is designed to provide protection against accidental disconnection of computer equipment, servers and most network devices.
The new moulded angled connectors are smaller versions of the existing C13 IEC Lock+ that can fit into tighter spaces. There is a left-angled, right-angled, up-angled and down-angled model, each with a two-part handle located at the front of the connector to minimise the overall length, with the added benefit that the handle can be removed where space is limited. All four connector types share the same interface and locking mechanism components. These new products will be showcased at Southern Manufacturing and Electronics 2020.
Two new angled rewireable connectors, a right-angled connector and a down-angled connector have also been added, again as a result of increasing customer demand for a smaller version of the existing rewireable C13 IEC Lock+. A two-part handle is located at the front of the connector to minimise the overall length of the connector, They both share the same interface and locking mechanism components. The outer housings can be mounted in either orientation, which means the right-angled connector can be converted to a left angle and the down-angled connector can be converted to an up angle.
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