Heavy duty connectors are a type of electrical connector that are designed to withstand harsh environments and high currents. Heavy duty connectors are typically larger and more robust than standard connectors, and are made from materials such as metal or plastic that are resistant to wear, impact, or corrosion.
Heavy duty connectors are commonly used in a variety of applications, such as heavy machinery, vehicles, and industrial equipment, where standard connectors may not be able to withstand the conditions. They are available in different sizes, styles, and configurations, depending on the specific requirements of the application. Some common types of heavy duty connectors include D-sub connectors, circular connectors, and rectangular connectors.
Heavy duty connectors may be designed to be water-tight, dust-tight, or oil-resistant, depending on the specific application. They may also be equipped with features such as strain relief, keying, or polarizing to ensure a secure and reliable connection.