Neutrik NO2-4FDW-A opticalCON DUO Chassis - Black


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    NO2-4FDW-A - Overview

    The Neutrik NO2-4FDW-a is a chassis connector with black chromium plating, 4 solder contacts and 1 LC-Duplex feedthrough socket. It's waterproof to IP65 standards and has a front panel mount. This opticalCON connector now features a new split sleeve clip design for the opticalCON DUO chassis. The new clip design allows for higher split sleeve push-out forces without changing the dimensions of opticalCON chassis.

    The chassis connector acts as a "feed-through" allowing simplified installations by connecting a conventional LC-Duplex on the rear. It is built in the standard D size shell and features an automatic sealing cover for maximum dust and dirt protection and a Push-Pull locking mechanism for safe connection. SCDP colored sealings to identify the fiber mode are available, sold seperately.

    • Features:

      • New split sleeve clip design for opticalCON DUO chassis
      • Suggested OEM equipment connector due to LC front compatibility
      • Designed as feedthrough with automatic sealing shutter
      • Shutter with silicone gasket protects optical connection from dust and dirt
      • Accommodates standard LC connectors on the rear for simple installation
      • Connection on the front side either by rugged opticalCON or standard LC connector
      • The low cost of the chassis connector makes it a viable alternative to traditional connectors in fixed installations
      • Water resistant according to IP65 ingress protection in mated condition
      • In case of limited space the chassis can be mounted without rubber gasket. IP rating for this is IP 52.
      • Optional SCDP sealing gasket sold seperately
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    NO2-4FDW-A - Required Accessories

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