The three panel versions provide assembly of either 16 standard XLR format (24mm diameter panel cut-out) connectors, and either 16 or 20 of the narrower DualSLIMS (17.15 × 22.86 mm panel cut-out) versions. This allows system designers to use the best-fit connectors for their systems and markets. The XLR version is fitted with a connector labelling strip located on the front and all versions have a cable strain-relief bar fitted at the rear.Suitable for developing custom I/O configurations for wall-plates and rack panels, the Cliff FT Series of true feed-through connectors can be front- or rear- mounted, and use standard cables for interconnecting, with no soldering or push terminations required.The Cliff feedthrough connector range allows designers to integrate audio, video, digital, optical, networking and data feeds into professional equipment for broadcast, lighting, audio, and industrial applications. Versions include RJ45, HDMI, BNC and USB3.0 (single and dual), and the range provides analogue, digital and optical feedthrough connectivity in formats including Firewire, HDMI A-to-A and 50? BNC versions, USB2 A-to-B and B-to-A changer sockets and USB3 to USB3 in various configurations. Also available are popular data and ethernet connectors, including LC and SC fibre, (Duplex and Simplex), UTP and FTP RJ45s in both Cat6 and Cat5e, (shielded and unshielded), TOSLINK and RCA phono.The 1U assemblies can be factory loaded with the specific connectors required by the system designer, including BNC, single or dual USB or RJ45, with internal cable harnesses available as a special order. These pre-assembled panels simplify system assembly, and reduce manufacturing time, component count and cost.John Hall, Managing Director of Cliff Electronics, comments, “Our rack mounting panels simplify system assembly for our customers, while our factory assembly service reduces their parts count and speeds up assembly times”.For more information, call +44 (0)1737 771375, email sales@CliffUK.co.uk or visit this website.
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