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AES63-2012: AES standard for interconnections - Data connector in an XLR connector shell

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AES63-2012: AES standard for interconnections - Data connector in an XLR connector shell
Printing Date: 2012-08-03
Publication History: Pub 2012-08-03
Abstract: Commonly used modular connectors are widely used, but are fragile in demanding installations, where a broken connection can affect the application critically. This is not important in many applications, such as structured data cabling for use with computer networks, or simple interconnect cabling and patching using Category 5 (or better) data cable. However, in professional audio applications, a broken connection can affect the application critically. A standard ruggedized fitting will promote system security in these applications. This document specifies a ruggedized data connector that is compatible with 8-position 8-contact (8P8C) modular connectors, commonly (though inaccurately) called RJ-45 connectors, with regard to mechanical aspects for proper mating and locking.
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