Circular Connectors

Sept. 13, 2007
RoHS-compliant 97 Series connectors feature a variety of shell styles, contact patterns, and accessory options; solder or crimp terminations; threaded couplings; hard dielectric inserts; and noncadmium finishes.

For strength and environmental protection, the shell components are made from high-grade aluminum alloy. The connectors operate in temperatures from –55 to 125°C (–67 to 257°F), and have an operating voltage of up to 3-k Vac RMS at sea level.

Amphenol Industrial Operations, Amphenol Corp., 40-60 Delaware Ave., Sidney, NY 13838, (800) 678-0141,

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