06.15.2007 08:00 AM
Neutrik unveils Crimp-XLR

Neutrik has introduced the Crimp-XLR cable connector and chassis receptacle.

As the crimp termination version of its XX and DLX series, the new Crimp-XLR is designed for volume cable assemblies and solderless RoHS applications. It is available in several models for greater versatility and faster assembly.

The three-pole FXX (NC3FXX-A-D) and MXX (NC3MXX-A-D) cable connectors are terminated on semi-automated machines and include boot assembly and cable testing, while the three-pole FXX and MXX connectors (NC3FXX-HA/NC3MXX-HA) and the three-pole NC3FD-LX-HA and NC3MD-LX-HA chassis connectors are terminated with hand crimp tools.

For more information, visit www.neutrik.com.



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