Amphenol, Melni Launch RadCrimp Solar Splice for the PV Market

Amphenol Industrial Sustainable Technologies, an interconnect methods firm, has partnered with Melni Technologies, {an electrical} machine design and manufacturing agency, to supply a “crimpless” butt splice solar connector that makes use of Melni’s patented twin spiral know-how to make safe, long-lasting connections. The RadCrimp solar splice connector was developed to considerably enhance crimp reliability within the area whereas serving to to cut back the quantity of crimp associated failures which can be immediately associated to improper crimping, in addition to incorrect mating points between connector mismatched producers.

The RadCrimp is good to be used in new solar PV installations, area retrofits and repairs, in solar installations, and some other area terminations requiring a strong sealed power connection. The easy and quick termination eliminates the necessity for crimping and specialised crimp instruments. It could be safely put in by area technicians.

Melni’s twin spiral know-how permits for a really fast, straightforward and long-lasting connection. The RadCrimp connector is assembled by stripping the PV wires/cables, inserting them into the connector and tightening the connector finish caps to the desired torque. Since the RadCrimp is a single connector, there is no such thing as a threat of mating incompatible connectors from completely different producers and violating UL 6703 necessities. The safe “crimpless” termination eliminates the chance of crimp associated meeting failures within the area.

Certified to UL6703 for 1500V DC specs, this solar connector has a present score of 20A for 12AWG wire and 30A for 10AWG wire. There plans to launch an authorized product for six and eight AWG sizes later this 12 months.

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