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BOSTON, Mass. -- Cole Hersee Company recently announced it has a new ISO certified Seven-Pole Connector, that is de...


BOSTON, Mass. — Cole Hersee Company recently announced it has a new ISO certified Seven-Pole Connector, that is designed to protect against misconnecting the numerous circuit connections required between a truck and its trailer.

Ideal for both OEM and aftermarket applications, it is designed with a heavy duty, diecast metal construction. The Seven-Pole Connector complies with ISO 3731-1976 Standards. These standards are designed to prevent misconnection between the increased number of trailer circuits associated with state-of-the-art systems, such as trailer Anti-Lock Braking Systems; trailer temperature, load, and monitoring; on-board weighing equipment; rear vision and blind spot correction; and satellite trailer tracking.

The ISO Seven-Pole Connector acts as a supplementary link to work in conjunction with the standard connector between a truck and trailer to handle these extra circuits. The connector is composed of a seven pole plug and socket with the ground terminal reversed, creating a matching pair which prevents drivers from inadvertently misconnecting the ISO plug with a standard trailer socket.

The Seven Pole Connector fits a 2" diameter hole, a polarized ground terminal, and insulated circuit contacts.

For more information, visit www.colehersee.com


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