Electronica 2022


Trade Fair Center Messe München  I  November 15-18, 2022.

Halls A2 / Display Stand #125

With hundreds of exhibitors filling 13 halls, electronica’s 2022 exposition and professional development forums, bring the international electronics industry together.  

During this four-day event, ITT Cannon will feature its highly engineered solutions designed to perform in the harshest environments, while also aligning with this year’s electronica motto of “Driving sustainable progress.”  

In addition to our robust, core portfolio, ITT Cannon will be showcasing several key products:

  • New HDx™ Series – High-density, small form factor solution providing robust power, signal and data. This solution offers high-mating cycles and watertight sealing up to 20 meters.

  • New Tin Zinc J-Plating - as we make critical strives to support a sustainable future, ITT Cannon has developed a VG qualified, Cadmium replacement solution. This Tin Zinc plating can be applied to proven solutions like our CA Bayonet Series (VG95234) or KPSE Series (VG95328).

  • MKJ Series - Miniature circular connectors enable critical communication, navigation and high-speed data transmission. With six coupling options for rapid breakaway, vibration resistant threaded or space-saving clip lock latching, MKJ offers a solution for all end markets.   

  • APD Series- Full plastic harsh environment connector series available in 1 to 51-way variants that provides a proven, cost-effective, and high-quality solution for industrial applications.
  • MOVE-MOD Connectors – Delivering true modularity in a circular interconnect, this series utilizes a range of snap-in modules that enables a variety of contact layouts and the ability to deliver power, signal, and data in the same connector. 

ITT Cannon’s off-the-shelf connectors and custom engineering capabilities support the fast-evolving needs for the global heavy equipment, eMobility, military, aerospace and medical landscape.

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