Neutrik powerCON TRUE1


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Neutrik powerCON TRUE1

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New powerCON TRUE1 connectors are Neutrik's first true mains connector with breaking capacity according to IEC 60320 and UL 498 standards. This feature enables these connectors to be connected and disconnected under a live load. The UL and VDE certified, single-phase system is designed for 16A, 250V. The cable connector comes with an integrated twist-lock mechanism. Model designations include NAC3FX-W and NAC3MX-W, where the ì-Wî indicates weather resistance. Being IP65 weather-resistant certified, these connectors have water-sealing gaskets at the rear. They are offered in both male and female genders, enabling cables to be easily chained without the need for couplers. Additionally, powerCON TRUE1 is a complete system encompassing an in/out duplex chassis connector for devices that get daisy chained.
704-972-3050
info@neutrikusa.com
www.neutrik.com


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