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TruConnect CN-DCJ-002C DC Power Socket 2.1mm



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TruConnect CN-DCJ-002C DC Power Socket 2.1mm

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DC power socket, 2.1mm connector size, supplied with washer and hexagonal fixing nut.
  • 12V DC voltage rating
  • 1A current rating
  • Straight type
  • Solder lug termination
  • Panel mounting
  • Switched

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20-1094CN-DCJ-002C2.1mm Panel power socket
20-1096CN-DCJ-002-D2.5mm Panel power socket
RVFM AD-426A Dc Power Socket 2.1mm

Order Code: 20-1097

MPN: AD-426A

  • Type : DC power socket
  • Gender : Socket
  • Connector Size : 2.1mm
  • Current Rating : 0.3A
  • Voltage Rating : 30V
  • ROHS : Compliant

MOQ: 5

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Question by Bill Dobbs | Product code: 20-1094
23 February 2012

Q If the socket is fixed to a metal chassis, are the power connections to the socket electrically insulated from the chassis?
A Hi Bill, thanks for your question. The negative would be connected to chassis. It is isolated when the plug is removed, and not isolated when a plug is inserted.

Reviewed by: Ariel
17 January 2014

I bought two of these for use in a electronics project. These are very good quality, well designed. Don't think that because they are cheap they will fall apart when soldered to or similar, they are cheap, simple and effective. I would definitely recommend over any other panel mount socket as they are easy to mount - only requires a hole to be drilled, as opposed to some kind of square hole, no screws that require a backing if for a metal enclosure, or that could accidentally split plastic - just one nut, and it looks a lot better than the plastic ones.