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Why L-Com's Premium D-Sub Cables are simply the Best

by Stuart Berry July 08, 2016

 

L-com's CS2N Series D-Sub cable assemblies are designed and built to stand up to years of rugged use. These cables utilize 26 AWG stranded conductors with double shielding (copper braid plus aluminum Mylar foil) and a flexible PVC jacket.

The fully molded back shells feature a unique internal stamped steel enclosure that provides the ultimate in shielding performance and separates these cables from any off the shelf D-Sub cable available on the market today.

Mounting is accomplished via all metal, knurled 4-40 thumbscrews that are easy to grip without the use of a screwdriver. The hex nuts on female connectors are removable to expose 4-40 thumbscrews.

These Premium D-Sub cables are Ideal for any electrically noisy environment where fans, motors or switches are nearby. L-Com offer DB9, DB15, HD15, DB25, and DB37 options in male to male and male to female connector combinations off the shelf.




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