Neutrik/RS NC5FX 5 Way Cable Mount XLR Connector Female Black MBH007j


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Neutrik 5 way cable mount XLR connector Female gold over nickel plated contacts 50Vac
Part no.  NC5FX 
Product DetailsX Series XLR Cable Connectors

Precision engineered audio connectors from Neutrik. Their construction ensures reliable connection for both power and low-level signal circuitry. 

The Connector/Cable assembly is straightforward, employing a minimal number of parts with no assembly screws required. Parts are polarised and securely fitted, thereby eliminating connector noise. Comes in a black finish, the cable mounting parts have a self adjusting strain relief for cable diameters between 3 and 8 mm, and mated connectors are secured by a latch.

Features and Benefits: 

• Connector bodies: Diecast zinc/aluminium 
• Insulator: Polyester/Nylon 
• Contacts: Copper alloy 
• Plating: Hard silver 
• Operating temperature: -30°C → +80°C 
• Insertion force: ≤ 20 N 
• Withdrawal force: ≤ 10 N 
• Current per contact: 3-way 16A, 4-way 10A, 5- & 6-way 7.5 A , 7-way 6 A 
• Test voltage: 1500 V a.c. 
• Contact resistance: ≤ 3 mΩ 
• Insulation resistance: ≥ 109Ω

Product Category:XLR ConnectorsManufacturer:Neutrik
Product:ConnectorsStandard:Standard XLRNumber of Positions:5 PositionGender:FemaleTermination Style:SolderMounting Style:CableContact Plating:SilverOrientation:VerticalContact Material:BrassVoltage Rating:50 VCurrent Rating:7.5 ASeries:XBrand:NeutrikPackaging:BulkShell Plating:NickelFactory Pack Quantity:100Unit Weight:36,100 g

For link to Neutrik sight for datasheet etc. copy and paste:-
These parts they came to us from a large ‘milspec’ type Co. 
 Still sealed in manufacturers bags they have been in storage for some time 
we have therefore classified them as ‘new other’  

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