Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about LADD Distribution and our products and services.


Questions

  1. What are the wedgelock part numbers?
  2. How do I get a catalog?
  3. What tooling should be used with a specific contact?
  4. What DEUTSCH industrial product series are UL Recognized?
  5. Can solid contacts be mated with stamped & formed contacts?
  6. From where are the products shipped?
  7. When I buy a connector, are accessories such as wedgelocks or boots included?
  8. What are the specs for the SAE J1939/11?
  9. Is DEUTSCH a German company?
  10. What are the more commonly used contacts?

Answers

  1. What are the wedgelock part numbers?
    Please Click Here for PDF of wedgelock part numbers.
  2. How do I get a catalog?
    Ordering a catalog is simple. Contact the Customer Service department at 1-800-223-1236, fax your request to 937-438-9755, or email your request to ladd.us@te.com.
  3. What tooling should be used with a specific contact?
    Please Click Here for PDF Print Out Version.
  4. What DEUTSCH industrial product series are UL Recognized?
    AEC, DRC, DT, DT13, DT15, DTF13, DTF15, DTCE, DTM, DTM13, DTM15, DTP HD10, and HDP20 product series are UL Recognized.
  5. Can solid contacts be mated with stamped & formed contacts?
    DEUTSCH industrial solid and stamped & formed contacts are intermateable and interchangeable without any performance degradation.
  6. From where are the products shipped?
    In North America, parts are shipped from one of two locations, either our headquarters in Kettering, Ohio, or our warehouse in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. Kettering is a suburb of Dayton, and is 45 miles from Cincinnati. In EMEA, parts are shipped out of Martinsried, Germany. In China, the parts are shipped out of Shanghai and Japanese orders are filled in Tokyo.
  7. When I buy a connector, are accessories such as wedgelocks or boots included?
    No, accessories must be ordered separately, but LADD’s Customer Service representatives will remind you of the need for wedgelocks when you order connectors that require them.
  8. What are the specs for the SAE J1939/11?
    Please Click Here for PDF Print Out Version.
  9. Is DEUTSCH a German company?
    No. The company was founded in California in 1938 and DEUTSCH is the last name of the founder, Alex Deutsch. TE Connectivity purchased DEUTSCH in 2012. The DEUTSCH brand is now part of TE Connectivity’s Industrial & Commercial Transportation business unit.
  10. What are the more commonly used contacts?
    Please Click Here for PDF Print Out Version.