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Neutrik USA Announces new SCCD-W Weather Resistant Cover
Charlotte, NC - June 2014. Neutrik USA introduces the SCCD-W spring-loaded cover for its D-size chassis powerCON Series connectors.
Following up on Neutrik's highly successful SCDX fliptop covers, which provide IP42 Ingress Protection weather resistance for unmated D-size chassis connectors, the new SCCD-W is a heavy-duty cover that shuts automatically after unplugging the cable connector and seals the chassis connectors against dust and water to the IP65 rating.
The transparent cover enables one to see the protected chassis connector at all times.
The new Neutrik® SCCD-W spring-loaded cover is suitable for numerous application environments, including ball parks, OB trucks, theaters, and other situations where water and particulate pollution need to be kept away from D-size chassis connectors. Compared to SCDX, the new SCCD-W takes this weather resistance to a new level, offering IP65 protection for unmated chassis connectors. This is the same level of protection or higher as is achieved under mated conditions for Neutrik's weather-resistant XLR, etherCON®, opticalCON®, powerCON TRUE1, CAT 6, and multimedia product lines.
Neutrik’s SCCD-W spring-loaded cover works with all D-style (D flange) connectors
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