Phono Plugs & Jacks

Electronic Components & Devices, Mounting & Attaching Products

Connector suits audio and video multimedia applications.

September 20, 2002

Combination Connector consists of 3 RCA phono jacks in red, white, and yellow color combination and 1 S-video connector in black. Main housing and colored washers are made from ABS thermoplastic, and contacts are made from brass and steel. Connector is available in PCB mount, and in vertical and horizontal configurations. Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices, Mounting & Attaching Products

Right Angle Jacks are available in two versions.

May 16, 2002

CTP-151 family of right angle RCA, phono jacks have separate shells from brackets. Options include gold plating on barrels, various lengths, and locking grooves for snap ring plugs. Single piece CTP-021 family has no RFI/EMI leakage between barrel and bracket. Their 12 mm length barrel is also available in gold plating. Available colors include PC99 colors, blue, green, orange, red, white, black, and yellow. RFI and EMI rear shield is available. Read More

Test & Measuring Instruments, Electronic Components & Devices

Socket suits BGA/CSP testing.

May 8, 2002

Interposer socket provides signal paths from 0.008 to 0.015 in. Able to work above 10 GHz, Interposer's contact system has dielectric material with etched pads on top and bottom. Socket offers pressure mount plunge-to-board interposer and pitches down to 0.3 mm. Contacts have self-inductance of 0.1 nH and resistance of less than 20 milliohms. Required contact force is 15 and 28 g (minimum) per contact for manual and automated applications, respectively. Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

RCA Jacks will not loosen or have shell spin.

March 15, 2002

Four RCA jacks have single piece stamped shell or grounding sections. There are 3 vertical models as well as 1 right angle version, CTP-021, which is available with RFI and EMI shield. Color inserts for insulators include blue, green, orange, red, white, black, and yellow for appropriate coding. Read More

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