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UPC (Universal Power Connector) is a plastic power connector series especially designed to be used in the hybrid electric vehicle market. The compact plastic shell structure is light weight with a small footprint. UPC is field installable and repairable, with a current rating up to 600Amp.

"Amphenol Industrial, a global leader in interconnect systems, now offers a plastic power connector series designed to be used in the hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) market.Amphenol’s compact universal power connectors (UPC) are available in two sizes and offer continuous power up to 600 A. Ideal for use in power converters, hybrid electric vehicles, battery management systems, heavy equipment electrification, starter generators as well as 2- and 3-phase motors, these 2- and 3-pole connectors feature a plastic shell structure and small footprint. They are field installable and repairable.

UPC includes Amphenol’s patented RADSOK technology for higher amperage, low voltage drop, less resistance and lower T-rise. RADSOK’s twisted grid configuration allows for 50% more current to pass through the same size pin to achieve the smaller package size, while providing increased reliability, cycle durability and lower mating forces.

These new connectors offer additional key features. They are touch proof with HVIL (high voltage interlock loop) and include EMI shielding. Amphenol’s UPC connectors meet an IP67 rating when in a mated condition and can withstand a minimum of 500 mating cycles."


  • Current rating up to 600amps
  • Operating voltage 1000V
  • Operating temperature from -40C to 125C
  • IP67EMI shielding
  • HVIL (high voltage interlock)
  • UL 94V-0
  • Touch proof UL 2251
  • 2 and 3 poles plastic connector
  • Multiple codings available
  • Straight and Right Angle configurations
  • RoHS compliant


  • Power converters
  • AC-DC inverters
  • 3 phase motors
  • Starter generators
  • Battery packs
  • Hybrid Electric Vehicles
  • Heavy equipment electrification