CONEC D-sub and USB Connectors

CONEC products are used in nearly all application markets, from control and measuring to telecommunications and computer applications. Owing to the combination of various contact types there are numerous possibilities of saving installation space and costs in the interface area.

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CONEC D-SUB connectors are available in five standard housing sizes in the variants Standard, High Density and Combination with or without filters.


Conec IP67 D-SUB

CONEC developed water-tight D-SUB connectors with rating IP67. Owing to special sealing measures at the connector and the sealing frame, the high requirements are met. These connectors are used where dust and spray water occur and functioning of usual connectors would be negatively affected.

SnapLock D-SUB



  • Quick and easy locking/unlocking
  • Locking kit hood-to-hood
  • Connector with integrated, non-losable bolts
  • Kit for back panel mounting and upgrade of existing systems

IP67 RJ45 / USB/Mini-USB

Conec IP67 RJ45 / USB

The IP67 connectors developed by CONEC provide reliable protection against environmental influences and mechanical stress. The broad portfolio includes RJ45, USB/Mini USB and Fibre Optic LC Duplex connectors in plastic, metalized plastic or full metal.



The IP67 USB3.0 series is the new member to CONEC IP67 series connector family

USB 3.0 provides data transfer rates 10 times faster than USB 2.0. Integrated into the CONEC bayonet locking housing the USB 3.0 connectors become suitable for industrial applications. The bayonet locking design allows a fast, simple and robust IP67 protected connection and ensures protection against environmental influences in rough conditions.

The new USB 3.0 Type A is plug compatible to USB 2.0 Type A. I.e. the Type A USB 3.0 connectors and sockets do fully accept all Type A connectors from the former generations. USB 3.0 Type B and Type Micro-B sockets are suitable to accept USB 2.0 Type B and Type Micro-B connectors, but vice versa those connections cannot be mated together.

The difference between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 is that an additional signal pair allows full duplex data transfer, i.e. USB 3.0 can read and write data simultaneously at full speed. This is the first time a bidirectional data transfer is incorporated into the Universal Serial Bus.
A further improvement of USB 3.0 is the increased maximum unit load. USB 3.0 supports up to six devices with up to 150 mA load per device, i.e. a total load of 900 mA.