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small screws for telco connectors

small screws for telco connectors

small screws for telco connectors

Anybody know where we can get those small screws for the Amphenol connectors. I need quite a few of them, both the longer ones for connecting 2 cables together and the small ones for connecting them to things like BCM modules. Those little mini ty-wrap would be nice too. In Canada would be nice too.


RE: small screws for telco connectors

Those screws come on the cables. Your best bet is to use tye wraps. Use 2 and cross them over the cable ends.

RE: small screws for telco connectors

I cannot help on the screws or standoffs.

"little mini ty-wrap"
I used to call those "disposable roach clips".....Norelco Safecam carriers them.

As for the modules of have always used the bigger 7 inch ty-raps (Cheech & Chong version) as a depth washer around the screw that comes with the amp cables.


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RE: small screws for telco connectors

Check out sandman.com. That guy has all sorts of telecom stuff.

RE: small screws for telco connectors

Thanks for the suggestions. I live in Toronto and after an extensive search, I found what I need at Infinite Cables on 14th Ave in Markham.


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