Medium-voltage connector for cross-sections of 16 mm2 to 1,000 mm²
Nexans Power Accessories presents the M630-1000 screw connector at the Hanover Fair (19 to 23 April 2010, hall 13, stand C89)
Hanover, 19 April 2010 – Rounding off the high end of the M series, Nexans Power Accessories is launching the M630-1000, a new medium-voltage connector designed for any cable cross-section. As a result, Nexans now offers the broadest range of IEC-tested medium-voltage connectors (IEC 1238-1). Just four Nexans connectors – M16-95, M70-240, M300-500 and M630-1000 – are all it takes to completely cover cross-sections of anywhere between 16 mm² and 1,000 mm².
The connector bodies are made of a highly robust aluminium alloy, while the hexagon socket and hexagon head of the screws are made of brass. All surfaces are tin plated. The clamping range of this connector is between 630 mm² and 1000 mm² (Al rm/Al re: 630-1000 mm², Cu rm: 630-800 mm²). The portfolio also includes five additional M series connectors optimised for intermediate cross-section ranges, six transition connectors, as well as special centring rings for centring the cables.
M series connectors are particularly suited for applications requiring the transmission of high power capacities or for connecting wind turbines.
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Nexans Germany is one of the leading cable manufacturers in Europe. The company is offering an extensive range of high performance cables, systems, and components for the telecommunications and energy sectors, rounded off by superconducting materials and components, Cryoflex transfer systems and special machinery for the cable industry. Producing at manufacturing plants with 6.240 employees in Germany and abroad, the sales in 2008 amounts to approx. 936 Mio Euro. The full integration into the Nexans Group Nexans Germany also benefits from excellent opportunities to use the available synergies in all corporate fields, which not only applies to worldwide projects but also to research and development, the exchange of know how, and to other areas. More information on