Neutrik NAC3FPX-WOT-TOP Receptacle powerCON TRUE1 TOP Female 1/4 Inch Flat Tab Terminals Without Tang IP 65 and UV Rated


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    NAC3FPX-WOT-TOP - Overview

    The NAC3FPX-WOT-TOP powerCON TRUE1 TOP is a locking 16 A true mains connector for outdoor applications. It replaces appliance couplers wherever a very rugged solution in combination with a locking device is needed in order to guarantee a safe power connection. The powerCON TRUE1 TOP is a connector with breaking capacity (CBC), i.e. it can be connected or disconnected under load or live.

    • Features:

      • Heavy duty sealed power connector for harsh and demanding environment
      • Outdoor protection according to IP65 and UL50E enclosure type 4 (in mated condition or in combination with the rubber sealing cover SCNAC-FPX)
      • Uses high impact UV-resistant materials
      • True mains connector with breaking capacity (CBC)
      • Lockable 16 A single phase connector (USA: 20 A)
      • Easy and reliable twist lock system
      • Extremely robust and reliable Unique Neutrik cable retention
      • ENEC certified according to IEC 60320
      • UL498 certified
    • Specifications:

      • Contact resistance: ≤ 3 mΩ
      • Dielectric strength: 4 kVdc / 2.8 kVac
      • Insulation resistance: > 0.1 GΩ (after damp heat test)
      • Number of electronical contacts: 2 + PE
      • Rated current per contact: 16 A (USA: 20A)
      • Rated voltage: 250 V ac
      • Lifetime: > 5000 mating cycles
      • Wiresize: 2.5 mm²
      • Wiresize: 12 AWG
      • Contact plating: 2 µm Ag
      • Locking element: Stainless steel
      • Shell: Polyamide (PA 6.6)
      • Contacts: Spring Copper (CuSn0.2)
      • Flammability: UL 94 V-0
      • Protection class: IP65, UL50E enclosure type 4 (mated or in combination with SCNAC-FPX)
      • Temperature range: -30 °C to +80 °C

    NAC3FPX-WOT-TOP - Required Accessories

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