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Male and Female Connector MC4 Waterproof 



1 Cable Standard:2.5/4.0/6.0mm2(14/12/10AWG)

2 TUV Approval   



*Photovoltaic cable coupler.
*Due to highly robustness,UV-Resistance,the touch protection a high grade connection is guaranteed for 25 years.
* DIN V VDE V 0126-3/12.06,UL1703 standard.

MC4 Connector

This type of connector system


is easy to install and uses “snap-in” safety locking tabs to lock two mating connectors, thereby avoiding


unintentional disconnection. Also when locked, the mating contacts are sealed against ingress of dust and


water. Specifi cations are as follows:

1) DIN V VDE V 0126-3/12.06,UL1703 standard.


2) highly robustness,UV-Resistance.


3) Connector adopts touch and insertion of reed with inner-knob type.


4) Auto-lock equipment of male and female points enable connection more easy and reliable.


5) Popular figure suit most of field installation.


6) Simple on-site processing.


7) Accommodates PV cable with deferent insulation diameters.


8) High current carrying capacity.

Rate voltage:


Rated current:

25A(2.5mm2) , 30A(4mm2,6mm2)

Test voltage:


Protect degree:


Insulation material:


Contact material:

Silver plated copper

Operating temperature:


Safe class:


Flame class:


Contact resistance of plug connectors:


Insertion force:


Withdraw force:≥50N

Suitable cable:


Locking system:Snap in


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