Stewart Connector's RoHS-compliant SS-39200
Series' mechanical design is comprised of both a wire aligner and load bar to
facilitate consistent twisted pair orientation during plug assembly.† The
wire aligner is uniquely designed with a patent pending "cross talk zone"
which introduces a precise amount of cross talk to the plug to allow for
centered NEXT (Near End Crosstalk) performance as per IEC 60603-7-51 component
requirements and ANSI/TIA-568-B.2-10 transmission performance specifications
for 4-pair 100 Ohm CAT6a cabling.† Due to the design of the wire aligner,
cable assemblers are provided with both a visual and mechanical means to
rapidly build patch cables that exhibit more reliable performance
characteristics than traditional CAT6 or CAT6a plug
connectors' strain relief provides cable retention and a 360-degree shielding
contact to enable a one-step termination process.†Parts accommodate
typical 24 to 27 gauge solid or stranded cable due to their patented contact
† Plug, load bar
and wire aligner are manufactured of UL94-V0 polycarbonate and feature 50 micro
inches gold-plated contacts for robust, long-lasting connections.†
Additional specifications include an operating temperature range of -40 to +85C
and durability of 750 matching cycles.† Voltage rating is 150V ac, and
current rating is 1.5A at 25C.†
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