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SERIES 30

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Series 30 Shrink Boot Adapters are an economical way to transition from a connector to a cable using a heat shrink boot. These adapters provide full environmental sealing.

SERIES 46

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EMI/RFI Single Band Termination Shrink Boot Adapter. These shrink boot adapters provide an economical approach to terminating overall cable and harness shields and screens while accepting a lipped shrink boot.

Compare to Glenair Series 440-030, 440-031 and 440-069.

SERIES 31

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Lamp Base Thread EMI/RFI Shrink Boot Adapter. This type of Shrink Boot Adapter is a simple way of adding a lipped shrink boot to a cable harness while providing EMI/RFI protection.
Compare to Glenair Series 311-001, 311-002 and 311-039. 

SERIES 48

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EMI/RFI, Slotted, Single Band Termination Shrink Boot Adapter. These shrink boot adapters provide an economical approach to terminating overall cable and harness shields and screens while accepting a lipped shrink boot.

Compare to Isodyne Series 150 Adapters

SERIES 35

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Shield Sock Shrink Boot Adapter. This type of Shrink Boot Adapter has a tinned copper shield pre-attached and packaged for immediate application.

Compare to Glenair Series 319-001, 311-043 and 311-044.

SERIES 49

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Compaero Series 49 is for use with a Tinel-Lock Ring to provide EMI/RFI Protection. They also accept a lipped shrink boot to provide cable sealing and mechanical strain relief.

Compare to Glenair Series 440-084, 440-085 and 440-086 as well as Tyco (Raychem) TXR Adapters.

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