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XX-rated receptacles for IEC 62368-1 compliance

XX-rated receptacles for IEC 62368-1 compliance

XX-rated receptacles for IEC 62368-1 compliance

The speakON XX-receptacle is the first Neutrik speakON chassis line to be IEC 62368-1 market compliant

Based on the company’s iconic speakON connector series, Neutrik has created the speakON XX-receptacle (two-pole and fou-pole). As the first Neutrik speakON chassis line to be IEC 62368-1 market compliant, the materials have passed safety regulations ensuring that any materials used in potential ignition sources have a V-O vertical burn classification.

Compliance for devices using existing horizontal burn-rated materials in connector components will require enclosure of these certified materials in 2021. This makes them potentially bulkier and less likely to be accommodated within the constraints of existing circuit layouts. Using certified receptacle components including UL 94 V-O materials enables device certification to be claimed on the basis that all effected connectors are themselves certified.

For additional safety, Neutrik is also upgrading its cable connectors to meet the standard. Currently, the NL4FC speakON cable connectors are fully compatible with the new XX-receptacle series, with other cable connectors in the process of being updated to meet the specifications of the standard. The speakON XX-receptacle series includes several design modifications, including special copper alloy contacts and tarnish-resistant plating for improved electrical performance and an all-black colour scheme, enhanced high visibility logo‘ing and product ID marking.



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