457mm AV Cable 9 Way Male Micro D-Sub to Free End

  • RS Stock No. 719-5855
  • Mfr. Part No. M83513/03-A03N
  • Manufacturer Glenair
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): US
Product Details

Glenair Micro D Pigtail Connectors MIL-DTL-83513

Glenair Micro D pigtail harness connectors are supplied pre-wired and are fully potted, these military grade connectors feature excellent temperature resistance, superb connector durability and AWG insulated M22759/11-26 Teflon® wire in either 18 inch or 36 inch lengths in 10 colours (connector part numbers ending 03N are 18 inch, 04N are 36 inch in length).

Electroless nickel plated metal shell
Teflon wire
Current rating 3A max.
Magnetic permeability 2.0 μΩ max.
Operating temp -55 to +150 °C
500 mating cycles

Note

Socket connector shown.

Standards

MIL-DTL-83513, BS9523F0002, BS9523F0013

Specifications
Attribute Value
Connector A 9 Way Male Micro D-Sub
Connector B Free End
Length 457mm
10 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each
HK$ 410.36
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 24
HK$410.36
25 - 74
HK$404.21
75 - 199
HK$398.16
200 - 399
HK$392.19
400 +
HK$386.31
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