Jack Screws

April 26, 2007
An expanded line of Jack Screws is specifically designed for mounting D-type subminiature connectors.

An expanded line of is specifically designed for mounting D-type subminiature connectors. The screws are manufactured in stainless steel and steel and come in a variety of finishes. with nylon-thread patches are an alternative to slotted Jack Screws for applications with vibration where loss of mounting hardware is a problem. To help simplify installation and retain connectors in place, standard and Sem-style with lockwashers and other mounting aids are also available.

Keystone Electronics Corp.,
31-07 20th Rd. Astoria, NY 11105,
(718) 956-8900,
keyelco.com

 

 

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