Klein Tools coax & twisted pair connectors
The newly introduced coax and twisted pair connector parts from Klein Tools are said to be made with endurance in mind to enable the products to last for a long time.
The Lincolnshire, Ill.-based manufacturer Klein Tools has been producing tools and accessories for professionals since 1857 and the company has become a reliable supplier for many within the electronics market.
Recently the Midwestern company introduced its latest connectivity products, and Klein Tools says these new products are designed to provide electronics professionals with an easy to use choice of connectors that terminate coax and twisted pair cables. Klein’s new coax and twisted pair connectors are the latest addition to the company’s Voice/Data/Video (VDV) line of products and with the release of these accessories Klein says it can now provide dealers with a one-stop shopping experience that helps to simplify their inventory processes while saving them time.
The coax connectors utilize a universal sleeve design that fits onto a variety of coax cable sizes, including multi-shield and plenum cables. The fittings also include a viewing window to allow a technician to see if the cable is properly seated to ensure a reliable fit. The twisted pair connectors feature 50 micro-inch gold plating on the contact points to aid in durability and connectivity.
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