Hazardous Location Multipin

meltric dxn37c hazardous location multipin plug and receptacle

Make up to 37 Connections with one Device

Meltric hazardous location multipin devices are ATEX and IECEx listed for use in Zone 1 & Zone 2 gaseous environments and Zone 21 & Zone 22 dust environments and provide a convenient connection option for combinations of low power, control and signal circuits.  Devices are available with up to 12, 25 or 37 contacts housed in rugged metal casings, giving users the opportunity to connect multiple machines and related control circuits through a single, safe, secure, and reliable connection point.

haz loc multipin permitted usage chart

Benefits

silver-nickel contacts

Superior Electrical Performance

Spring-loaded silver-nickel butt style contacts provide reliable low resistance connections. More…

flexibility

Installation Flexibility

With standard plug and box or panel mounted receptacle, reverse service, and cord-to-cord configurations available, Meltric multipin devices fit almost any application.  More…

Application Diversity

With their suitability for AC and DC circuits from 4-20mA low current signals to 10A 440V power circuits in gaseous or dust environments, MELTRIC multipins can handle a wide variety of applications. More…

locking provisions

Connection Security

Standard locking provisions make lockout of the receptacle simple and allow 25 and 37 pin plugs and receptacles to be locked together to prevent unintended disconnection. More…

Ranges

PXN12c

  • ATEX/IECEx listed 
  • Up to 12 contacts 
  • 220 VAC/220 VDC
  • 10 A
  • Not for disconnection of a live circuit
  • IP65/IP66 
  • Crimp or solder terminals
  • Metal casings

DXN25c

    • ATEX/IECEx listed 
    • Up to 25 contacts
    • 440 VAC/440 VDC
    • 10 A
    • Not for disconnection of a live circuit
    • IP66/IP67 
    • Crimp or solder terminals
    • Metal casings

    DXN37c

      • ATEX/IECEx listed 
      • Up to 37 contacts
      • 230 VAC/230 VDC
      • 10 A
      • Not for disconnection of a live circuit
      • IP66/IP67 
      • Crimp or solder terminals
      • Metal casings

      Key Features

      Spring-Loaded Butt Contacts

      Silver-Nickel Contact Surfaces

      Integral LOTO Provisions

      Automatic Watertightness

      Contact Flexibility

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