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The Neutrik NC3FDX-EMC-SPEC 3-Pole Female EMC-XLR Cable Connector is a specifically designed version of the XX series that provides enhanced RF screening for critical applications in live performance and recording where particular problems with radio transmission or mobile phones exist. The design ensures a continuous RF shield connection from the cable to the chassis connector housing via a circular capacitor around the cable shield. The circular capacitors act as a high-pass filter with a cut-off frequency around 10 MHz. An EMI suppression ferrite bead with 24 Ohm at 1 MHz between pin 1 and the cable screen provides a low-pass filter for improved RF rejection.
For panel mount application of the EMC XLR this connector features a D flange to mount it into a panel. It includes the locking nut of the NC3FX-Spec for secure fastening of a gooseneck for instance.
3-pole female XLR panel mount connector with integrated capacitive shield to shell connection to avoid RF-interference and LF-noise
360° shield contact ensures good shielding and chassis contact
Circumferential ground spring provides an accurate connection to the mating shell
Cable shield: Pin 1 connection includes EMI suppression bead to block high frequencies
Rugged zinc diecast shell, long lasting and durable
Chuck type strain relief system for secure clamping of cables
Boot with rubber gland gives high protection against bending stresses
D flange chassis for panel mount applications
Includes the locking nut of the NC3FX-SPEC for secure fastening of a gooseneck for instance
Avoid ground loops as there is no LF-shield connection to ground.