Catalogue RJ Field HD - page 144

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Can be used with most IEEE 1394 cordset brands: No tools required!
Plug Assembly
1. If a fully sealed (IP68) assembly is required: Install the white tape
around the plug to cover the 4 holes of the overmolding. If there
are no holes omit this step.
2. Insert the black O Ring around the front face of the IEEE 1394
plug. This O Ring will ensure the seal.
3. Insert the IEEE 1394 cordset into the metallic backshell.
4. Insert the retention spacer laterally onto the cable (this spacer is
soft so as to adapt to various overmolding styles) and slide the
IEEE 1394 plug into this retention spacer.
5. Insert the friction ring laterally onto the cable cordset.
6. Insert the IEEE 1394 plug into the metallic circular shell. Note at
this step that the main key is used for polarization.
7. Screw the backshell on the plug body. A spanner may be required
to fully close the backshell to the circular shell.
Important Note:
The sealing of the connector is not done by the
black retention spacers which are slotted, but rather by the front
face O-Ring (Fig 2).
Receptacle assembly
To Solder your cable onto the PCB:
1. Attach the 2 metallized plastic inserts around the PCB (Fig 1a &
1b).
2. Insert the IEEE 1394 module from the rear of the connector.
Removing Modules
1. Insert the removal tool FWF ODE
from the front
2. Push the module back with thumb.
FWF TVC
2
G
Connector Type
6:
Plug
2:
Square Flange Receptacle
7:
Jam Nut Receptacle
Shell plating
N:
Nickel - ROHS Compliant
G:
Olive Drab Cadmium
n
Panel Gasket
for square flange receptacle
(Thickness: 0,8 mm [.031]): JE15
n
Receptacle Insert removal tool
: FWF ODE
1
2
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
1a
1b
Accessories
n
Metallic Caps
Assembly instructions
7a
7b
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