FERROXCUBE Ferrite Sleeve, 14.3 Dia. x 28.6mm, For EMI Suppression, Apertures: 1, Diameter 7.25mm

  • RS Stock No. 814-3436
  • Mfr. Part No. 432703021221
  • Manufacturer FERROXCUBE
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): PL
Product Details

FERROXCUBE CST Tubular Cable Shields

A range of tubular cable shields for EMI-suppression. These CST tubular cable shields are available in a range of sizes.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Type Cable Shield
Application EMI Suppression
Material 4S2 Material
Outer Dimensions 14.3 Dia. x 28.6mm
Aperture Diameter 7.25mm
Number of Apertures 1
Outer Height 28.6mm
Outer Width 14.3 Dia.mm
165 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each (In a Bag of 5)
Was HK$6.866
HK$ 6.574
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Bag*
5 - 20
HK$6.574
HK$32.87
25 - 45
HK$6.25
HK$31.25
50 - 495
HK$6.022
HK$30.11
500 - 1675
HK$5.644
HK$28.22
1680 +
HK$4.388
HK$21.94
*price indicative
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