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Adapters ONTs-BG-3 bRO.364.063 TU

Adapters ONTs-BG-3 bRO.364.063 TU
Type of mating:   Bayonet
Types of backshells:   no backshells
Number of contacts:   3, 4, 7, 10, 19, 24, 28, 32, 41, 43, 45, 55, 61
Contact plating:   gold
Operating temperatures range:   - 60 to +100C
Operating current per each con:   3.0 15.0 A
Max operating voltage:   700 V
Number of nominal types:   18
Number of mating-unmating:   500
Shelf life, years:   15

Type of connector: cylindrical multi-position plugs of ONts-BG-3 type for PCB mounting, destined for operation in electric circuits of direct, alternate (frequency up to 3 MHz) and pulse currents at voltage up to 700 V (amplitude value).
ONts-BG-3 plugs consist of equipment part.
Design: ONts-BG-3 plugs have two variants of design: with round flange, are fixed to equipment wall with a hex nut, and with square flange with 4 holes for mounting screws.
Type of coupling: bayonet.
Intermateability: ONts-BG-4 plugs are intermateable with receptacles SNTs23 (GEO.364.241TU) of corresponding part numbers and angular position of insulators in the shell.
Contacts plating: Contacts are gold-plated, dia. 1.0 mm, 1.5 mm., 2.0 mm.
Climatic performance: plugs are manufactured for internal mounting in all-climate performance.

-P -1
Type of connector
Design ordinal number

Number of contacts:
4 (3, 7, 10, 19, 24, 28, 32, 41, 43, 45, 55, 61)

Adapter size
14 (18,22,24,27,30,33,36,39)

Connector part: P Adapter

Design performance:
1- Equipment part without backshell.

Insular position:
a, b, v, g versions of angular position of polarizing keys and keyways on shells(in case of insulators normal position the letter index (a, b, v, g) is omitted

All-climate performance.

Example of ordering:
Adapter ONTs-BG-3-4/14-P-1-b-V bRO.364.063 TU


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