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Combined connector
D-subcoaxialrectangular

combined connector
combined connector
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Characteristics

Type
combined
Format
D-sub, coaxial
Shape
rectangular
Connection type
female, male
Other characteristics
EMI-filtered, compact
Field
commercial
Current

40 A

Voltage

200 V

Description

FILTERED COMBO D-SUBMINIATURE CONNECTORS D Style EMI Filtered Connectors API Technologies' line of filtered combo D-subminature connectors provide high insertion loss with tubular or chip capacitor filtering. These connectors are available with 20 Amp power contacts, 40 Amp power contacts, 50 ohm coaxial contacts or 75 ohm coaxial contacts. Configurations include male and female versions with straight PC terminals, right angle PC terminals or solder cup terminals. Standard D-sub shell sizes provide intermateability with unfiltered connectors. High strength epoxy potting protects ceramic elements. Capacitive filtering is available in 470, 820, 1000 and 1500 pF. Additional capacitance ranges and configurations can be provided upon request. Please consult factory for more information. Features Multiple connector options including: threaded inserts, grounding bracket, stand-off with board lock feature, grounding bracket with board lock, gold plating, and water block Design flexibility: 9 through 50 line construction, high density, mixed pin loading and selectively loaded lines Capact Design: interchangeable with standard D-Subminiature Connectors Performance: gold plated connects Superior filtering at high frequency interference Numerous options: hardware, mounting, waved metal gaskets, hooded strain reliefs, combined filter types and plating Applications Telecommunications base station equipment Switching and transmission equipment Power supplies Indistrial equipment Computer work stations

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