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With their connectors for assembly, Phoenix Contact provides all connection technologies suitable for your application in an M12 design. Choose between Push-in or QUICKON fast connection technologies or a crimp, pierce or screw connection.

Spring connection: simple and tool-free with Push-in Technology

M12 connectors with Push-in connection enable simple and reliable signal and data cabling.

Insulation displacement connection: contact within seconds using QUICKON

QUICKON provides the fastest connection for M12 connectors. The insulation displacement contact displaces the conductor insulation. It provides a resilient, vibration-resistant, and gas-tight conductor contact.

Crimp connection: compact and can be automated

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Crimp connection technology enables fast, automated connection wherever cables have to be assembled in large volumes. The extremely compact connector is suitable for railway applications.

Pierce connection: for high packing densities

Connectors with pierce connection are impressive due to their compact and nevertheless high-position design. The contact is made via a contact pin, which pierces the single wires axially.

Screw connection: the proven classic

The screw connection is one of the classic connection technology solutions. You can assemble a variety of cables and cable qualities universally on site.

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