Telegartner Strain Relief Boot for use with 0.6/2.8C, 0.6/3.7, FRNC 0.6/2.8 AF, G39, RG-59B/U, RG-62A/U

  • RS Stock No. 112-2505
  • Mfr. Part No. B00081F1289
  • Manufacturer Telegartner
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

Grommeted cable entries

For crimp cable connectors only
Made from soft PVC
Temperature range -20 °C → +70 °C

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Accessories BNC/TNC

Accessories compatible with BNC and TNC connectors

Specifications
Attribute Value
Accessory Type Boot
For Use With FRNC 0.6/2.8 AF, G39, RG-59B/U, RG-62A/U, 0.6/2.8C, 0.6/3.7
280 In stock for delivery within 4 working days
Price Each (In a Pack of 10)
Was HK$5.469
HK$ 5.218
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Pack*
10 - 240
HK$5.218
HK$52.18
250 - 990
HK$4.869
HK$48.69
1000 - 2490
HK$4.37
HK$43.70
2500 - 4990
HK$3.87
HK$38.70
5000 +
HK$3.371
HK$33.71
*price indicative
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