RS PRO PET D-sub Connector Backshell, 50 Way

  • RS Stock No. 544-4427
  • Manufacturer RS PRO
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): TW
Product Details

Screwdown Covers

Cable to panel adaptor system suitable for use with most standard and crimp D connectors
Cover in black moulded Noryl to UL94V-0
Offers locking action with jack screws in combination with female screwlock assembly
Side or top cable entry via removable knockouts and cable retention
Rated from -20°C to +75°C

Specifications
Attribute Value
Number of Contacts 50
D-Sub Shell Size D
Housing Material PET
Body Orientation Straight
Colour Black
1054 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each
HK$ 15.17
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 24
HK$15.17
25 - 74
HK$14.30
75 - 199
HK$13.54
200 - 399
HK$12.86
400 +
HK$12.27
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