MaxBlox Solderless Audio and Video Connectors
Re-terminating cables used in high wear-and-tear applications can be labor-intensive, and replacing entire cables can be costly. These MaxBlox™ Solderless connectors from BTX® provide reliable terminations using only a screwdriver, so cables and connectors are easily replaced.
- DB9, HD15, and 3.5mm are available in female connectors, a great option for creating custom patch panels
- Two hoods for D-Sub connections available for varying applications:
- The Clamshell Hood is a full enclosure that provides maximum protection and strain relief
- The Half-Hood leaves the termination open for quick maintenance, and has reduced depth for easy integration into high-density situations
- Purchasing bulk cable and connectors separately and terminating them yourself greatly reduces the costs of custom-length cables
- Termination can be done after cables are routed, eliminating the problem of getting the connectors through entry points for clean hidden installs
|Connector Types||DB9, DB15, S-Video, RCA|
|Material||Plastic and Aluminum|
|Intended Use||VGA & UXGA signals|
|Insertion Loss||Male: 0.63db @ 100 MHz
0.71db for female @ 100MHz
|Return Loss||Male: 20.49db @ 100MHz
Female20.1db @ 100MHz
|Intended Use||RS-232 & RS-422|
|Cable Accomodation||0.125" to 0.500" OD|
|Strain Relief Tension||15 lbs for 0.125" OD cable
50 lbs for 0.500" OD cable
|Mounting||0.375" round hole without isolation washer
0.453" round hole with isolation washer
|Cable Accommodation||16-30 AWG|
|BTX-YD-RS232MX9F||DB9 Female Control Cable Kit: Includes 3ft 8-Pin Mini DIN cable, clamshell hood, and connector|
|BTX-TD-RS232MX9M||DB9 Male Control Cable Kit: Includes 3ft 8-Pin Mini DIN cable, clamshell hood, and connector|
|BTX-CA-MX35M||3.5mm Male Cable Mount|
|BTX-CA-MX35||3.5mm Female Panel Mount|
|BTX-MXRCA||RCA Female Panel Mount|
|BTX-CD-MX915H||Hood for MaxBlox D-Subs|
|BTX-CD-MX915HH||Half-Hood for MaxBlox D-Subs|
|BTX-TD-MXSD||Screwdriver for MaxBlox Series|
No Manuals Available.
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