Switchcraft AAA Series 3-Pin XLR Female Cable-Mount Connector (Black Plastic Shell, Silver Contacts)

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Switchcraft AAA Series 3-Pin XLR Female Cable-Mount Connector (Black Plastic Shell, Silver Contacts)
Key Features
  • Flexible Strain Relief
  • Accepts 0.1 to 0.22" Diameter Cable
  • Thermoplastic Insulation
  • Quick Two-Piece Assembly
This Switchcraft AAA Series 3-Pin XLR Female Cable-Mount Connector (Black Plastic Shell, Silver Contacts) is a premium XLR connector with only two pieces to assemble. This streamlined, cost-effective XLR connector has an easy twist-on plastic handle that reduces assembly time, while its strain relief can accommodate a wide range of cables with outer diameters ranging from 0.1 to 0.22".
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Switchcraft AAA Series Overview

This Switchcraft AAA Series 3-Pin XLR Female Cable-Mount Connector (Black Plastic Shell, Silver Contacts) is a premium XLR connector with only two pieces to assemble. This streamlined, cost-effective XLR connector has an easy twist-on plastic handle that reduces assembly time, while its strain relief can accommodate a wide range of cables with outer diameters ranging from 0.1 to 0.22".

Housing

  • Handle constructed with black plastic shell

Insert Insulation

  • Thermoplastic provides high dielectric strength and superior insulation resistance

Flex Relief

  • This opening accepts cables from 0.1 to 0.22" in diameter

Contacts

  • Copper-alloy pins, silver-plated

Design

  • Fast to assemble, two-piece design

 

Switchcraft AAA Series Specs

Connectors
Interface Connector3-Pin XLR Female
Open End ConnectorSolder Contacts
InsulatorThermoplastic
ContactsCopper Alloy Pins with Silver-Plated Contacts
HandleBlack Thermoplastic
ComplianceRoHS
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.04 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2 x 1.7 x 0.6"
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