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Neutrik NC3MXX-EMC Cable Connector

BH #NENC3MXXEMC • MFR #NC3MXX-EMC
Neutrik
Neutrik NC3MXX-EMC Cable Connector
Key Features
  • 3-pole Male XLR Cable Connector
  • Integrated Capacitor for RF Shielding
  • 24-Ohm / 1 MHz EMI Suppression at Pin-1
  • Avoids Ground Loops
Based on the , the Neutrik NC3 is a 3-pole Male XLR cable connector designed to provide enhanced RF screening. It is suitable for situations such as live performances and recording, in which problems with radio transmission or mobile-phone interference may occur. It helps reject these problematic and disruptive aspects by introducing a circular capacitor around the cable shield. This capacitor acts as a filter, cutting off signals around 10 MHz. In order to boost RF rejection even further, a 24-Ohm / 1 kHz EMI-suppression ferrite bead between Pin-1 and the cable screen provides additional filtering.
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Neutrik NC3MXX-EMC Overview

Based on the , the Neutrik NC3 is a 3-pole Male XLR cable connector designed to provide enhanced RF screening. It is suitable for situations such as live performances and recording, in which problems with radio transmission or mobile-phone interference may occur. It helps reject these problematic and disruptive aspects by introducing a circular capacitor around the cable shield. This capacitor acts as a filter, cutting off signals around 10 MHz. In order to boost RF rejection even further, a 24-Ohm / 1 kHz EMI-suppression ferrite bead between Pin-1 and the cable screen provides additional filtering.

  • 3-pole XLR cable connector with integrated capacitive shield to shell connection
  • Circular capacitor around the cable shield enables low-inductive shield connection to connector housing
  • Female connector with circumferential ground spring provides an accurate connection to the mating shell
  • Cable-shield Pin-1 connection includes EMI-suppression bead to block high frequencies
  • Avoid ground loops as there is no LF-shield connection to ground
  • Rugged zinc die-cast shell
  • Chuck-type strain-relief system for secure clamping of cables
  • Boot with rubber gland provides high protection against bending stresses

Neutrik NC3MXX-EMC Specs

Product
TitleNC3FXX-EMC
Connection TypeXLR male
GenderFemale
Electrical
Capacitance≤ 4 pF (between contacts)
Contact Resistance≤ 3 MOhms (inner)
Dielectric Strength1.5 kVdc
Insulation Resistance> 2 GOhms (initial)
Rated Current Per Contact5 A
Rated Voltage50 V
Mechanical
Cable O.D.0.137 to 0.31" (3.5 to 8.0 mm)
Insertion Force< 50 N
Withdrawal Force< 20 N
Lifetime> 1,000 mating cycles
Maximum Wire Size0.75 mm², 20 AWG
WiringSolder contacts
Locking DeviceLatch lock
Material
BootPolyurethane
Contact Plating0.2 µm Au hard alloy over 2 µm Ni
ContactsBronze (CuSn8)
InsertPolyamide (PA 6.6 30 % GR)
Locking ElementZinc die-cast (ZnAl4Cu1) / Ck 67 (spring)
ShellZinc die-cast (ZnAl4Cu1)
Shell PlatingNickel
Strain ReliefPolyacetal (POM)
Circumferential Ground SpringBronze (CuSn6), Ni plated
Environmental
FlammabilityUL 94 HB
Standard ComplianceIEC 61076-2-103
Protection ClassIP40
SolderabilityComplies with IEC 68-2-20
Temperature Range-22 to 176°F (-30 to 80 °C)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.08 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5 x 2 x 1"

Neutrik NC3MXX-EMC Reviews

Special product

By FxPictures.com
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-03-15

Special product for canceling RF noise, thank you B&H

Must requirement for high RF environment

By Barthegreat
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2014-10-02

After assembling some of these XLRs with shielded Canare cable, was noticing the small capacitor inside the shield next to a connector housing, I thought I should verify if these filtered connectors will pass a cryogenic process (well below -190 F), so I emailed the Neutrik Product Manager, the email response was the spec sheet of -30F (which btw may mean you may have issues if packed in airline unheated luggage). Well when I spoke with the Product Manager he kept reiterating the -30 F specification, couldn't get any response past regarding if the XLRs would pass a standard practice of cryoing high end cables, the discussion worsen when seeking specifications on other products, not so long ago, an Engineer could get samples to verify if the item electrically and physically worked in new designs, that's history. Will unsolder the Neutriks and re-assemble after cryoing. On a separate occasion two years ago, regarding Neutrik connector specifications and samples, the same results, was too busy so I went to a competitor. Neutrik products are usually better quality than average, price competitive, now with no customer service, there are other venders of superior products who are not customer hostile. This was my last Neutrik purchase, still like the B&H folks as proven by my purchase history.

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