Rugged Ethernet & USB Solutions

Yes: RJField concept allows to transform any RJ45 cordset (already assembled). We have a video available to show you how.

 

No special tool & no special cabling skill requested to transform your RJ45 cordset. 

 

Yes, you can use insert removal tools:

  • RJFODE for RJF and RJFTV series
  • USBFODE for USBFTV series
  • 5440 OT 02 for RJF544 series

Only one tool for plug and receptacles.

Yes: panel gasket have to be ordered separately.

  • Part number JE19 for RJFTV series
  • Part number JE18 for RJF series
  • Part number RJF54402JE for RJF544 series
  • Part number RJFEZJE for RJFEZ series
  • Part number JE15 for USBFTV series

On conductive shells versions (like “N” and “G” plating for RJF & RJFTV series and “M” version for RJF544 series) the shielding is directly transmitted from shielded RJF45 plug to the receptacle panel through metallized inserts.

If you are looking for 360° shielding, please contact our technical support.

You can use our sealing gland backshell:

  • Use 2PE & 7PE shells version (backshell + plastic gland)
  • Use 2PEM & 7PEM shells version (backshell + metallic gland)

RJField and USBField series are IP68 rated. It means that when a plug and a receptacle are connected together or when there is a cap, they are protected against dust and water (under one meter during one hour, without any effect on the connector properties).

YES, you could use our sealed version 2S or 7S, which provide a waterthighness through the receptacle. This version goal is to protect electronic equipment at the back of the receptacle when there is no cap or when the receptacle is disconnected from the plug.

For very harsh vibration environment, how can we connect the RJF/ USB receptacle back termination to our PCB without using a “fragile” RJ45/USB connection? 

For RJF we propose “2x00” back termination with 8 tinned holes which enable you to solder a wire directly from the RJF Receptacle PCB to your PCB.

For USB, same concept, we propose “2” back termination with 4 tinned holes.

For RJF we propose “2x00” back termination with 8 tinned holes which enable you to solder a wire directly from the RJF Receptacle PCB to your PCB.
For USB, same concept, we propose “2” back termination with 4 tinned holes.

On RJF series, compatible cable diameter is:

  • On standard version from 6mm (0.236 inches) to 13mm (0.512 inches).
  • With reducing grommet 5.5mm (0.216 inches).

On USB series, you don’t have any compatible cable diameter as we don’t provide sealing gland like on RJF series. We suggest using standard cable like our USB cable that you will find on our Field series catalog.

 

 

In order to provide you our products, our official distributors are: http://www.amphenol-socapex.com/en/find-a-distributor

You can download all our catalogs by clicking here.

 

You can consult our ROHS/REACH compliance by clicking here.
For any nominative compliance, please contact us.

The CE marking is not necessary for electrical connectors. The UTE CEF 48B Connector Commission classifies the electrical connectors as passive components and concludes that the CE marking is not required, neither on the product itself, neither on the package. It is however required for the system using this connector.

We do not give any shelf life for our connectors since it depends on the mating cycles. For instance, for a PT connector, the mating cycle is 500. 

Yes, you will find our RJF and USB solutions on our Rugged Digital Networks Solutions catalog. These solutions are zone 2 and class1.

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