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Han-Modular® Domino Modules: The next level of modular industrial connectors

When Han-Modular® was released in 1993, it was the first modular industrial connector to run power, signal, and data alongside each other in a single connector. Now HARTING is delighted to announce the next development stage of the modular connector; the new Han-Modular ® Domino range.

This new series meets the industry’s requirements for saving installation space and weight. By using Han-Modular® Domino modules, you can save up to 50 per cent installation space by integrating different transmission types in one module.

Just as dominoes have two separate squares, a domino module is made up of two building blocks or ‘cubes’. The Han-Modular® mating face is divided in two, resulting in an almost square surface in which even larger contacts can be accommodated.


Power, signal, data or compressed air as well as male and female contacts can now be combined in one module. This reduces the number of required interfaces per unit and the connection technology becomes smaller and more lightweight, as more modules and module types can now fit into one connector.

The new smaller Domino modules require less energy and raw materials to produce and users also benefit from space and weight savings. Modularity is improved by the use of smaller components that can be arranged next to each other in hinged frames. Domino modules are also compatible with existing components of the Han-Modular® series.

To learn more about the new Han-Modular® Domino modules, please visit or email

HARTING: Single cubes are joined via keyways to form a Domino module

For further information visit

51 Caswell Road
Brackmills Industrial Estate

Tel: 01604 827500


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