Can be used with most the USB cordset brands : No tools required! Plug assembly 1. Only if you need a full sealing (IP68): Install the white sticker around the plug, covering the 4 little holes of the overmolding 2. Insert the black O Ring around the front face of the USB A plug. This O Ring will ensure connection sealing 3. Insert the USB cordset into the metallic backshell 4. Insert the retention spacer laterally to the cable (this spacer is soft, in order to adapt to different shapes of overmolding) and slide the overmolding of the USB-A plug into this retention spacer 5. Insert the friction ring laterally to the cable 6. Choose the right coding (2 positions) and insert the USB-A plug into the protective plug. Note at this step, the main key is used for polar- ization.
USB insulation on the left
USB insulation on the right
7. Screw the backshell on the plug body. A wrench can be necessary to fully tighten it, and the connection to the receptacle can help IMPORTANT NOTE The connection sealing is not done by the black retention spacer (which is sloted), but by the front face ORing (fig.2)
Receptacle assembly Insert the USB module from the rear. Reference is main key. Beware to have a coding compatible with the coding you used for the plug: on front view, the white shapes in the USBs must be on the same side.
Example : coding B
To remove the USB module, insert the removal tool USBF ODE from the Front, and push back the module.
n Metallic caps
USBF TVC 2
Connector type 6 : plug 2 : square flange receptacle 7 : jam nut eceptacle Shells material & finish
N : aluminium shell - nickel - ROHS compliant G : aluminium shell - olive drab cadmium BZ : marine bronze shell - ROHS compliant ZN : aluminium shell - black zinc nickel plating - ROHS compliant n Panel gasket for square flange receptacle Thickness: 0,8 mm [.031] P/n: JE15
n Receptacle insert removal tool: p/n USBF ODE
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