965785-1 Cable Exit Wire to Device Backshells

Original Part Number: 965785-1

LHE Part Number: 401004

Number of Positions: 4 / 7 Position

Type: Backshells

Size (MM): L:32.3 W:25 H:25


LHE PN: 401004
Certification: TUV, IATF16949, ISO14001, ISO9001, CQC, UL, ROHS
MOQ: Most product not have MOQ, Small order can be accepted.
Sample service: Free Samples
Delivery Time: 3-5 Days
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