For a product similar to a 3D printer I'm connecting 5x small Nema 8 motors and ground cables through a small 26x connector. The connector is enclosed and cannot be accessed from the user.
The motors operate with 12VDC, 0.6A/phase.
Due to shortages, the most practical solution would be to use:
Would such a connection be compliant for the CE LVD? What about UL compliance too? These pins look well restrained, they are enclosed, the ratings are OK, that looks safe to me. But because these Molex connectors officially are not sold as wire-to-wire but instead as wire-to-board, and because I'm using a header brekaway from another brand I feel that some regulatory instance could complain. Am I overthinking this?
Thanks a lot for any hint
(I wanted to use DF1B 26x connectors from Hirose but I can't get the male pins in the US. I would have used the Hirose connectors and pins, thus making the connection trivially compliant I believe.)