Neutrik NE8MX-1 Cable Carrier X Series etherCON CAT5 Connector - Nickel - requires RJ45 - for Unterminated Cables

ITEM #: NE8MX-1 MFG #: NE8MX-1

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    NE8MX-1 - Overview

    Neutrik NE8MX-1 cable connector carrier consists of a nickel shell, chuck and boot. The boot (same as X-series) is suitable for cable diameters from 3.5 - 8 mm. For non pre-assembled cables only. Cable connector carrier does not include a RJ45 plug.

    The etherCON cable connector carrier upgrades a conventional RJ45 connector to an extremely robust lockable solution.

    PLEASE NOTE: Does not intermate with the CAT6 chassis connectors NE8FDY-C6 and NE8FDY-C6-B.

    • Features:

      • NEW the bushing has been optimized for improved operation with larger-diameter cables and the bushing insert color has changed from black to white.
      • The RJ45 system for harsh and demanding environment
      • Cable connector carrier accepts the most common RJ45 plugs (see list at downloads)
      • Rugged diecast shell and unique chuck type strain relief
      • Protects Ethernet connections in a variety of commercial type applications and is designed to prevent breakage of the fragile components of standard RJ45 connectors
      • Allows assembly of non pre-assembled conventional RJ45 cables
      • Accessories include color coded boots in 9 standard colors
    • Specifications:

      • Title: NE8MX-1
      • Gender: male. IMPORTANT: Cable connectors do not include RJ45 plug. RJ45 cable assembly must be provided by end user!
      • Cable O.D.: 3.5 - 8 mm
      • Insertion force: ≤ 20 N
      • Withdrawal force: ≤ 20 N
      • Lifetime: > 1000 mating cycles
      • Boot: Polyamide (PA 6)
      • Shell: Zinc diecast (ZnAl4Cu1)
      • Shell plating: Nickel
      • Strain relief: Polyacetal (POM)
      • Temperature range: -30 °C to +80 °C

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