Featured | Components | Electromechanics | Connectors | Sep 24, 2018

A.A.G. Stucchi Presents New IP66/68 Connectors

A.A.G. Stucchi, an Italian company and leader in the lighting components industry, is ready to present 2 new series of IP66/68 connections: 3800 series of mini connectors and 610 series of distributors. The two product series have their very compact design in common.

3800 Series:
• Complete M/F range from 2 to 5 poles
• In line and wall versions available
• Compact design with reduced size with an Ø22.5mm
• Suitable for use in LED lighting applications
• IP66/68 resistant to dust and water, ideal for use in external lighting applications
• Reduced installation time thanks to the quick connection in compliance with EN61535 and EN61984
• Safer thanks to the anti-rotation system in the cable gland and over molded gaskets
• Mechanical key to ensure proper connection

610 Series:
• Available in 3 or 5 pole version
• Compact design
• Quick and reliable installation without the use of resins or gel
• Long life as the internal gaskets are not exposed to UV rays or external stress
• Single body construction makes it a mechanical robust component
• Economical thanks to the reduction of internal components

For additional information, please visit http://www.aagstucchi.it/products/category/416/ 

About A.A.G. Stucchi:

A.A.G. Stucchi is an Italian company leader in the lighting components industry with "Made in Italy" production with commercial subsidiaries in USA, Hong Kong and Shangai and agents/distributors in more than 80 countries all over the world.

Production is divided in 5 product families:
• MULTISYSTEM: low voltage system for track lighting
• ONETRACK: components for track lighting
• CRYSTAL heat sinks
• LUMIAL extrusions for the lighting field
• CONNECTIONS for the lighting and building field

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