MacArtney Introduces Its New Connectors

MacArtney has launched its latest connectivity series – TrustLink Metal Shell Connectors.

The TrustLink (MS) series includes cutting-edge power and signal connectivity solutions for critical subsea and offshore applications.

The TrustLink MS series is manufactured from stainless steel and comes in three shell sizes compatible with industry standards.

According to the company, connectors are suitable for the harshest of marine environments due to their rugged reliability and high-density these compact modular designed connectors are easy to use and designed to fit where limited space is a factor.

TrustLink MS connectors are available in several configurations and can range from 4 – 37 electrical contacts with male or female insert options available within the same metal shell housing, offering flexibility to subsea equipment and system operators. Additionally, all metal parts are diamond polished providing an anti-seizing surface and a high-quality finish.

All TrustLink MS connectors comply with the EN 60664-1 requirements for clearance and creepage distances and meet safety standards for a pollution degree 2 within a micro-environment.

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