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Switchcraft 3.5mm TRS Male Cable Connector (Nickel Handle, Tin-Plated Connector)

BH #SW35HDNN • MFR #35HDNNPKG
Switchcraft
Switchcraft 3.5mm TRS Male Cable Connector (Nickel Handle, Tin-Plated Connector)
Key Features
  • Fits 0.290" Diameter Cables
  • Long Handle for Better Grip
  • Long Cable Clamp
  • Large Solder Terminals
This Switchcraft 3.5mm TRS Male Cable Connector features a nickel handle and tin insert molded plug finger. It has a longer cable clamp and larger solder terminals for easier plug assembly and more room for solder connections. This plug will accommodate cables with a diameter of 0.290" and features a longer handle for an improved gripping surface and easier withdrawl from the jack.
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Switchcraft 35HDNNPKG Overview

This Switchcraft 3.5mm TRS Male Cable Connector features a nickel handle and tin insert molded plug finger. It has a longer cable clamp and larger solder terminals for easier plug assembly and more room for solder connections. This plug will accommodate cables with a diameter of 0.290" and features a longer handle for an improved gripping surface and easier withdrawl from the jack.

Switchcraft 35HDNNPKG Specs

Contact Resistance< 0.020 Ohms
DielectricWithstand Voltage: 250 VAC (Minimum)
Insulation Resistance@ 500 VDC: 2000 Megohms (Minimum)
Working Voltage250 VAC, 140 VDC
Current Output@ Working Voltage: 4 Amps
Insertion ForceTypical: 2.5 lb / 1.13 kg
Withdrawal ForceTypical: 2 lb / 0.9 kg
Temperature Range32 to 151°F / 0 to 66°C (Operating)
Passed MIL-STD-202F Method 107G (Thermal Shock), and Method 201 (Vibration)
Life5000 Cycles
Cable Diameter0.290" / 7.37 mm
ConstructionFinger: Tin
Handle: Nickel
Cable Clamp: C.R.S., Tin-Plated
Solder Lug: Brass, Tin-Plated
Tubular Insulator: Translucent Mylar
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.02 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2 x 2 x 1"

Switchcraft 35HDNNPKG Reviews

Don't Make the Same Mistake

By Nathan
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-01

I spent several days soldering up all lengths of interconnects and extensions. Then after the tedious and painstaking process, decided to test in actual cables instead of using a voltmeter and guess what? about 6 out of about 40 connectors actually fit. The rest are garbage, but moreover, wasted effort. I really regret buying these. I already stretched out some jacks in some devices, but these are going into the trash and get to re-make all those cables.

Updated Review 4 Stars, Down from 5 Stars

By Nathan
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-05

I am following up with an additional review to my previously one posted. I ordered and used close to 50 of these connectors. They are super strong, good for soldering, and the best overall design of all I tried, and I tried several. However, I should mention that some of the diameters of the actual connection points have extra tinning on them, making them fit tightly into jacks. I had to buy a few more after all my soldering, because some of them are not perfectly sized. I still think they are the best choice, despite this, but you should know that you might want to get a couple extras.

The best 3.5mm

By Nathan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-28

These are stronger, tinned connection, and the best design for 3.5mm connectors I have found.

Missing parts

By Erik
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2019-07-15

I only received the barrels and not the actual 1/8 stereo connection parts. Very dissapointed

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