Ilme creates connectivity

ILME stands for high-quality connectors and components for industrial, engineering and event technology. To engage with users over the world ideas are made. they are able to optimize existing solutions to new connector components. ILME is one of the innovative, targeted manufacturers of electromechanical connection technology of the future.

Assortment ILME

ILME offers high-quality industrial connectors with a protection rating of IP65 to IP69. For the food and beverage industry there are T-type / C and T-type / H with 'Hygienic' design.


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T-type connector housing | ILME

T-type for extreme conditions

The isolated T-type housings of Ilme are made of synthetic thermoplastic material. They are anti-static and mechanically resistant.

Resistant to chemical products

This makes them resistant to (most) chemical products for industrial purposes, including salt and the most common cleaning products. This makes the series T-type suitable for use in harsh environments such as offshore and the food industry. Read more about ILME T-type


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Ilme Squich

Your screwdriver can remain in the toolbox, regarding to Ilme. Mounting multi cables to a connector can be done quickly and without tools. Using Ilmes Squich a multi-connector can be assembled much faster and easier. The smooth control wiring is common ground put with a snap-in mounting.

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Short-circuit connectors | ILME

Safe and fast connection of current transformers

When current passes through a current transformer, it should be shorted. With the new patented short-circuit connectors ILME you do can do this in a quick and safe manner.

Because a current transformer behaves as a pure current source, it is necessary to conclude if this short is unloaded. After all, a current will generate a theoretically infinitely high voltage due to the infinite high resistance that occurs over the clamps.

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