04 Jun 2018

Miniature cable and chassis circular connectors unveiled

Lane Electronics has made available several series of Neutrik cable and chassis connectors that will interest designers of professional audio and lighting systems as well as those involved in many industrial applications.

Neutrik’s XLR connectors have been designed to be both easy to assemble and use and are available with a wide variety of contact layouts. The company has made some new additions to the XLR series including the EMC series which is a 3-pole female or male cable connector with an integrated capacitive shield to shell connection to avoid RF interference and LF noise. A 360⁰ shield contact on the female connector ensures perfect shielding and chassis contact.

The XLR XX and DLX series both feature a new female cage type contact on the 3 pole versions. According to Neutrik, this increases conductivity with the male connector and gives a more robust latch on the female cable connector which guaranties ground to the chassis.

According to Lane Electronics, Neutrik’s speakON cable connectors are the industry standard connectors for amplifier to speaker connection while powerCON is an excellent replacement for appliance couplers when a rugged solution is needed to guarantee a safe and reliable power connection.

The SpeakON lockable loudspeaker connectors are 2, 4 and 8 pole connectors designed to operate in high current, inductive load environment of loudspeakers

Neutrik’s powerCON is a locking three conductor AC connector with contacts for line, neutral and pre-mating ground contact.

Lane supplies all key connector types including multi pin circular, filtered, RF, coaxial, sub – miniature, backshells and adaptors, D connectors, aerospace, test & measurement, IDC, PCB connectors, edge connectors and connectors for rack and panel applications.

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