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Neutrik® Features Industry’s First Crimp-XLR Series [ Infocomm 2007 ]

United States
Crimp-XLR Series Offers a Solderless Construction for Faster Assembly

ANAHEIM, CA, JUNE 12, 2007 — Neutrik, designer and manufacturer of the industry leading XX series XLR cable connector, introduces the industry’s first Crimp-XLR cable connector and chassis receptacle products at InfoComm 2007 in Anaheim, booth # 8033.

As the crimp termination version of its XX and DLX series, the new Crimp-XLR is an ideal solution for volume cable assemblies and solderless RoHS applications. It is available in several models for greater versatility and faster assembly. The 3 pole FXX (NC3FXX-A-D) and MXX (NC3MXX-A-D) cable connectors are terminated on semi-automated machines and include boot assembly and cable testing, while the 3 pole FXX and MXX connectors (NC3FXX-HA/NC3MXX-HA) and the 3 pole NC3FD-LX-HA and NC3MD-LX-HA chassis connectors are terminated with hand crimp tools.

“Neutrik’s new line of Crimp-XLR cable connectors and chassis receptacles expands on our best selling XX and new DLX series,” stated Jim Cowan, president of Neutrik USA. “Continually introducing innovative upgrades to our existing product line enables Neutrik to stay at the forefront of our business.”
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