Direct Drive Turntable System
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Thank you for purchasing this product. Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use.
- About descriptions in these operating instructions – Pages to be referred to are indicated as “(0 00)”.
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I Coreless direct-drive motor for high torque 1 and reliability
- The newly developed coreless direct-drive motor can reduce minute vibration during rotation while maintaining high torque.
- The high-precision motor control technology switches the drive mode depending on the operational status of the motor and thus enables high torque and stability.
- The digital control method improves tracking and accuracy, allowing for accurate and stable pitch
I High-precision bearings for the highly sensitive tonearm
- The machine-cut, high-precision bearing used in the tonearm bearing with gimbal suspension allows for improved tracking, making skating less likely even during the most intense performances.
I Vibration-cutting highly rigid cabinet and 1 high-damping insulator
- This unit is designed to not only deliver high-quality sound and high feedback resistance but also to efficiently cut off external vibration in very loud
I Function to deliver a wide range of performances
- Allows for torque and brake speed adjustment.
- Allows for reverse playback.
- Allows the user to select from two LED lamp colors depending on the user’s preference or the environment
- To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
-Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing.
-Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on this unit.
-Use only the recommended accessories. -Do not remove covers.
-Do not repair this unit by yourself. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
-Do not let metal objects fall inside this unit.
-Do not place heavy items on this unit.
AC mains lead
- To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
-Ensure that the power supply voltage corresponds to the voltage printed on this unit.
-Insert the mains plug fully into the socket outlet.
-Do not pull, bend, or place heavy items on the lead.
-Do not handle the plug with wet hands.
-Hold onto the mains plug body when disconnecting the plug.
-Do not use a damaged mains plug or socket outlet.
- The main plug is the disconnecting device. Install this unit so that the mains plug can be unplugged from the socket-outlet immediately.
- Ensure the earth pin on the mains plug is securely connected to prevent electrical shock.
-An apparatus with CLASS I construction shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earth connection.
- Do not place sources of naked flames, such as lighted candles, on this unit.
- This unit may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during use. If such interference occurs, please increase the separation between this unit and the mobile telephone.
- This unit is intended for use in moderate climates.
- Do not put any objects on this unit. This unit becomes hot while it is on.
- Place this unit on an even surface.
- To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or product damage,
-Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet, or in another confined space. Ensure this unit is well ventilated.
-Do not obstruct this unit’s ventilation openings with newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, and similar items.
-Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight, high temperatures, high humidity, and excessive vibration.
- Ensure that the placement location is sturdy enough to accommodate the weight of this unit (g> 23).
- Do not lift or carry this unit by holding the knobs. Doing so may cause this unit to fall, resulting in personal injury or malfunction of this unit.
- Keep any IC card or magnetic card such as a credit card away from the turntable.
-Otherwise, the IC card or magnetic card may become unusable due to the magnetic effect.
Caution for AC Mains Lead
(For the AC mains plug of three pins) For your safety, please read the following text carefully. This appliance is supplied with a molded three-pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 10-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 10-ampere and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse. If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local dealer.
Remove the connector cover.
How to replace the fuse
The location of the fuse differs according to the type of AC main plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC mains plug is fitted and follow the instructions below. Illustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug.
- Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
- Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse cover.
Disposal of Old Equipment
Only for the European Union and countries with recycling systems
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products must not be mixed with general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery, and recycling of old products, please take them to applicable collection points in accordance with your national legislation. By disposing of them correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment. For more information about collection and recycling, please contact your local municipality. Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.
In order to prevent damage during shipping some of the equipment has been disassembled. Please check and identify the supplied accessories. (Some accessories parts are supplied in a bag.)
|Turntable (1 pc.) (TYL0332)||Slipmat (1 pc.) (TBMX5361)
Slip sheet (1 pc.) (TBMX5371)
One of each is provided with the unit. The slip sheet is a thin, transparent sheet.
Be careful not to throw it away by mistake.
|Dust cover (1 pc.) (TTFA0584)|
|Technics label (1 pc.) (TBMA7331)|
|EP record adaptor (1 pcs.) SL-1200MK7:(TPH0340) SL-1210MK7:(TPH0339)||Balance Weight (1 pcs.) SL-1200MK7:(TYL0361) SL-1210MK7:(TYL0295)||Headshell (1 pc.) (TYL0331)|
|Screw set for the cartridge (1 set) (TTV0022-A)
Nuts (2 pc.)
Screws-short (2 pc.)
Screws-long (2 pcs.)
Washers (2 pc.)
(Supplied in a bag)
|PHONO cable (1 pc.)
PHONO earth lead (1pc.) (TAQ0036)
|AC mains lead (1 pc.) (K2CT3YY00096)|
- The model numbers of the accessories are as of January 2021. They are subject to change without notice.
- Keep the packaging materials after taking out the goods. You will need them when carrying the product over long distances.
- Follow the local regulations when disposing of the product.
- Do not use any other AC mains lead, PHONO cable and PHONO earth lead except the supplied one.
- Keep the cartridge, nuts, screws, and washers out of reach of children to prevent swallowing.
- Illustrations and figures in this manual are of the black main body.
Putting the player together
Attaching the cartridge
- When performing scratching (including reverse play), use a cartridge and stylus for DJs.
Attach a cartridge (store-bought) tentatively.
Follow the cartridge’s instructions to correctly attach it to the headshell, and tighten the screws lightly.
- If the mounting screws are included in the cartridge, use them.
- When playing SP records, use a cartridge for SP records.
- Use a commercially available mini flat screwdriver (4 mm).
- Be careful not to touch the stylus tip.
2 Adjust the overhang.
- Be careful not to touch the stylus tip.
Move the cartridge to adjust the overhang in such a way that the stylus tip is at 52 mm from the headshell mounting end, as shown in the figure below.
The cartridge should be parallel to the shell head when viewed from the top and side (the illustration is the top view).
Tighten the screw for a cartridge.
- Be careful not to allow the cartridge to slip out of place.
- The headshell stand (=> 8) can be used to store the headshell with the cartridge attached or to store the headshell temporarily removed to replace the cartridge and the like. It allows you to prevent cartridge and/or stylus failure or trouble due to headshell overturning.
- Depending on the cartridge type, attaching the dust cover (=> 13) when the headshell is stored in the headshell stand with the cartridge attached may cause the dust cover to touch and break the cartridge. Be sure the headshell is not stored in the headshell stand when attaching the dust cover.
Attaching the headshell
Fit the headshell with the cartridge into the tonearm. Keep the headshell horizontal and tighten the locking nut.
- Be careful not to touch the stylus tip.
In order to prevent damage during shipping, some of the equipment has been disassembled. Put the player together in the following order.
- Before setting up, put on the stylus guard to protect the stylus tip, return the tonearm to the armrest and fix it with the arm clamp.
- Do not connect the AC mains lead until setup is complete.
- When fitting the turntable, prevent foreign material from getting in between the main unit and turntable.
- Do not touch or scratch the board.
Before fitting the turntable
Remove the magnet cover from the turntable.
- There is a magnet and its cover on the backside of the turntable. Remove the magnet cover before fitting to the main unit.
- Keep any magnetic-sensitive object such as a magnetic card and watch away from the magnet.
- Prevent the turntable from hitting the main unit or falling off. Prevent dust or iron powder from adhering to the magnet on the backside.
- Do not touch the fixing screws (three locations) of the turntable. The rating performance cannot be guaranteed if they are out of position.
Fitting the turntable
2 Slowly set the turntable on the center spindle.
- Be careful when handling the turntable, as it is heavy.
- Keep your fingers from being caught.
- Wipe off fingerprints or dirt with a soft cloth.
Fitting the slipmat
3 Lay the slipmat and slip sheet on the turntable.
- A record on the rotating turntable can be stopped manually as well as rotated in reverse.
- Laying a slip sheet on the turntable changes the slip-cueing feel.
- When performing scratching (including reverse play), use a cartridge and stylus for Ms.
Attaching the balance weight
4 Attach the balance weight to the rear of the tonearm.
( Note ) • The inside of the balance weight is greased.
To remove the turntable
As shown in the figure on the right, set your fingers in the two holes on the turntable, and hold the center spindle down.
Connections and installation
- Turn off all units and disconnect the AC mains lead from the socket before making any connections.
- Connect the AC mains lead only after all other connections are completed.
- Be sure to connect the PHONO earth lead. Otherwise, mains hum may occur.
- Refer also to the instruction manual of the connected device.
Connect the PHONO cable and PHONO earth lead to the PHONO input terminals of the connected equipment.
- You will not have adequate volume or sound quality if the connected amplifier has no PHONO input terminals.
Connect the AC mains lead.
- Confirm the wattage of the AC outlet on the connected equipment before using it for this unit. For the power consumption of this unit, see the specifications. (‘ 23)
Connecting to a pre-main amplifier or component system / Connecting to a mixer
- Tighten the PHONO earth terminal using a Phillips head screwdriver.
( Note )
- The operation switch does not separate the entire unit from the mains even if in the “OFF” position. Remove the plug from the main socket if you will not be using the unit for an extended period of time. Place the unit so that the plug can be easily removed.
Install the unit on a horizontal surface protected from vibrations.
Keep this unit as far as possible from speakers.
■ Adjusting the height to make the unit horizontal
Raise the main unit to turn the insulators and adjust the height.
- Clockwise: Reduces the height.
- Anti-clockwise: Increases the height.
- Do not turn the insulators too far. Doing so may cause them to come off or damage them.
Fit the dust cover
While holding the dust cover from both sides, put it in place by aligning its four corners with the four corners of the unit.
- When removing, lift the dust cover straight up.
- Return the tonearm to the armrest and fix it with the arm clamp before you attach or detach the dust cover.
- Remove the dust cover while playing.
- Be sure the stylus light (..> 19) is pressed down when attaching the dust cover. If the dust cover is attached with the stylus light raised, it may touch the dust cover.
■ Notes for installation
- Before you move the unit, turn the unit off, pull out the power plug and disconnect all connected devices.
- Ensure the unit is not exposed to direct sunlight, dust, humidity, and heat from a heating appliance.
- This unit may pick up interference from radio if there is one nearby. Keep the unit as far as possible from a radio.
- Do not install the unit on a heat source.
- Avoid a place with large temperature variations.
- Avoid a place with frequent condensation.
- Avoid an unstable place.
- Do not put an object on the unit.
- Do not install the unit in a confined space such as a bookshelf.
- Install the unit at a position well away from walls or other devices to ensure effective heat radiation from the inside of the unit.
- Make sure the installation location is sufficiently strong to withstand the total weight of the unit and system. (g:, 23)
- Note that the unit may be damaged by cigarette smoke or moisture from an ultrasonic humidifier.
Think of taking out a cold bottle from a refrigerator. If you leave it in a room for a while, dewdrops will form on the bottle surface. This phenomenon is called “condensation”.
- Conditions causing condensation
O Rapid temperature change (caused by moving from a warm place to a cold place or vice versa, rapid cooling or heating, or direct exposure to cooled air)
O High humidity in a room with much steam, etc.
O Rainy season
- Condensation may damage the unit. If it has occurred, turn the unit off and leave it until it adapts to the ambient temperature (approximately 2 to 3 hours).
- Remove the stylus cover, taking care not to damage the stylus, then release the arm clamp
- Lower the cue lever.
- Turn the anti-skating control to “0”.
Free the tonearm from the armrest and adjust the horizontal balance by turning the balance weight.
Hold the tonearm and turn the balance weight in the arrow direction to adjust the balance until the arm is approximately horizontal.
- Take care not to allow the stylus tip to touch the turntable or main unit.
- Return the tonearm to the armrest and fix it with the arm clamp.
Turn the stylus pressure control until “0” comes to the centerline of the rear of the tonearm.
- Hold the balance weight still while doing this.
( Note )
- Refer to the user’s guide for your stylus for the appropriate stylus pressure.
2 Turn the balance weight to adjust to the appropriate stylus pressure for the cartridge.
- The stylus pressure control will turn together with the balanced weight.
- Turn until the centerline points to the appropriate stylus pressure.
Anti-skatingTurn the anti-skating control to adjust it to the same value as the stylus pressure control.
( Note )
- For stylus pressures 3 g and above, adjust anti-skating control to “3”.
- When performing scratching (including reverse play), adjust the anti-skating control depending on the scratch movements to perform to reduce skating.
Tone arm height
Make this adjustment only if the cartridge you are using makes it necessary.
- Put a record on the turntable.
Release the arm lock.
Adjust the height with the arm-height control ring.
Adjust the arm height until the tonearm becomes parallel to the record.
Use the chart below as a reference to find the appropriate position mark for the height of your cartridge.
(For supplied headshell)
Cartridge height (H) in millimeters Height control position 17
Turn the arm-height control ring to align the position mark with the index line. 0 to 6 mm are marked on the arm-height control ring.
( Note )
- When performing scratching (including reverse play), adjust the arm-height control ring depending on the scratch movements to perform to reduce skating.
■ When you don’t know the cartridge height (H) or when you don’t use the supplied headshell
Remove the stylus cover, taking care not to damage the stylus, then release the arm clamp. Lower the cue lever, rest the stylus on the record and adjust the height control until the tonearm and record are parallel.
- If the cartridge height (H) is too small to make them parallel to each other, add a “cartridge spacer” (not supplied).
After arm height adjustment is finished, lock the tonearm by turning the arm lock knob.
- Be sure to turn the arm lock knob to the end as shown in the figure below. You may need to apply some force to do so.
- Be careful not to damage the stylus tip.
- Do not use the product with the arm lock released.
- For finer adjustment, use a level (not included) to adjust the arm height so that the cartridge becomes parallel to a record.
Arm lift height
Make an adjustment according to your cartridge if necessary.
- Put a record on the turntable.
- Remove the stylus cover, taking care not to damage the stylus, then release the arm clamp.
- Lift the cue lever and move the tonearm over the record.
Check the arm lift height (distance between the stylus tip and record surface). If adjustment is needed, go to step 2.
- The arm lift height is factory-adjusted to 8 to 13 mm.
Return the tonearm to the armrest, clamp it with the arm clamp, and while pressing the arm lift down with your finger, turn the screw to adjust the height.
- Turning the screw clockwise lowers the arm lift.
- Turning the screw anti-clockwise raises the arm lift.
Allows for LED color setting, reverse playback setting, 78 rpm set, torque setting, and brake set.
1. Turn the unit off and pull out the power plug.
2. Adjust as desired by setting the switches with a fine Phillips head screwdriver and the like.
LED color setting
Allows you to select red or blue for the color of the strobe light, speed select buttons, pitch range select button, and RESET LED lamp.
|Switch no.: 1 (LED)|
|Red||OFF (Factory setting)|
Reverse playback setting
Allows you to disable or enable reverse playback. (c) 19)
|Switch no.: 3 (REV)|
|REV disabled||OFF (Factory setting)|
78 rpm setting
Allows you to disable or enable 78 rpm. (c> 19)
|Switch no.: 4 (78)|
|78 rpm disabled||OFF (Factory setting)|
|78 rpm enabled||ON|
Allows you to select from four levels of strength to adjust the torque.
|Switch no.: 5 (TQl)||Switch no.: 6 (TQ2)|
|3||OFF (Factory setting)||OFF (Factory setting)|
Allows you to select from four levels of brake strength to stop the turntable after [START-STOP] is pressed.
|Switch no.: 7 (BK1)||Switch no.: 8 (BK2)|
|2||OFF (Factory setting)||OFF (Factory setting)|
*1 Put a record (not included) on the turntable.
*2 Take off the stylus cover and release the arm clamp.
Turn [ON/OFF] to turn the unit on. The strobe light comes on. 33-1/3 rpm is automatically selected and the indicator  lights.
Press [START-STOP]. The turntable starts revolving.
Do not press [START-STOP] when the turntable is removed. If you have accidentally pressed [START-STOP]
- The indicator of the speed select button ( or ) starts blinking. *If it is blinking, turn [ON/OFF] to turn the unit off fit the turntable, and then turn [ON/OFF] to turn the unit on.
3 Press [RESET] to light the pitch control RESET LED lamp.
The unit plays at a preset pitch (33-1/3, 45 or 78 rpm) regardless of the [PITCH ADJ] position.
- Fine adjustment to pitch (0 20)
4 Lift the cue lever and move the tonearm over the record.
5 Lower the cue lever slowly.
The tonearm moves down slowly.
■ To play in reverse
- Enable reverse playback with the Reverse playback setting (0 17).
- Simultaneously press the turntable speed select button or buttons (,  or  and ) and [START-STOP] while the turntable is rotating.
- Reverse playback starts at the turntable speed selected by pressing the speed select button or buttons.
- To return to normal playback, press [ START-STOP] again while pressing the turntable speed select button or buttons.
- Pressing [START-STOP] again after pressing [START-STOP] during reverse playback starts normal playback.
- Simultaneously pressing the turntable speed select button or buttons and [START-STOP] with the turntable stopped starts reverse playback.
■ To temporarily stop play Lift the cue lever.
- The stylus lifts off the record.
- To start playing again, lower the cue lever.
■ When play finishes
1. Lift the cue lever, returns the tonearm to the armrest, and lower the cue lever.
2. Press [START-STOP]. The electronic brake gently stops the turntable.
3. Turn [ON/OFF] to turn the unit off.
4. Clamp the tonearm with the arm clamp.
5. Put the stylus cover back on (to protect the stylus tip).
■ To light up the stylus
The stylus tip is illuminated during play.
Press the stylus light.
- The stylus light (white LED) rises up and illuminates the stylus.
- Press down the stylus light to turn off the light.
■ When playing EP records
- Press the speed select button  ( lights).
- Fit the EP record adaptor over the center spindle.
■ When playing SP (78 rpm) records
- Enable 78 rpm with the 78 rpm setting (0 17).
- Press the speed select buttons  and  at the same time (78 rpm:  and  light).
■ When using a record stabilizer (not included)
- See the instruction manual of the record stabilizer.
- Maximum weight: 1 kg
Pitch control (fine adjustment to pitch)
1 Press [RESET] to turn off the RESET LED lamp.
2. Press the pitch range select button to select the pitch range.
- [x2] light on: ±-16 %
- [x2] light off: ±8 %
3. While the turntable is revolving
Slide [PITCH ADJ].
- Pitch can be adjusted between approx. —8 % and +8 % or approx. —16 % and +16 % according to your selection.
- The numbers represent approximate percentages for your adjustment.
■ To reset pitch to the preset value Press [RESET].
The RESET LED lamp lights and the pitch immediately returns to a preset value regardless of the [PITCH ADJ] position. (33-1/3, 45 or 78 rpm)
- RESET LED on: Fixed to the preset value.
- RESET LED off: Can be adjusted with [PITCH ADJ].
■ To measure pitch
The four rows of strobe mirrors around the edge of the turntable can assist you in measuring pitch.
a +6.4 %change in pitch when stationary ;
b +3.3 % change in pitch when stationary
c Normal turntable speed (33-1/3, 45 or 78 rpm) when stationary
d -3.3 % change in pitch when stationary
The strobe mirrors are lit by the strobe light (LED lighting) synchronized with the precise frequency of the digital control. Always use this LED lighting to measure the nitch.
■ Care of the parts
Thoroughly clean dust off the stylus and record.
- Take off the headshell with the cartridge and clean the stylus using a soft brush. Brush from the base to the tip.
- Use a record cleaner to keep your records clean.
Wipe the headshell terminals occasionally. Wipe the headshell terminals with a soft cloth and fit the headshell to the tonearm.
Turn the amplifier volume down or turn the amplifier off before fitting or removing the headshell. Damage to your speakers can occur if the headshell is moved while the volume is turned up.
■ Cleaning the dust cover and cabinet Wipe the dust cover and cabinet with a soft cloth. Do not touch the board while cleaning. Otherwise, the player may fail. When dirt is heavy, wring a wet cloth tightly to wipe the dirt, and then wipe it with a soft cloth.
- Do not use solvents including benzene, thinner, alcohol, kitchen detergent, a chemical wiper, etc. This might cause the exterior case to be deformed or the coating to come off.
- Do not wipe the dust cover when it is in place. Doing so may cause the tonearm to be attracted towards the dust cover as a result of the generated static electricity. Be sure the dust cover is removed while playing a record.
■ Moving the unit
Repackage the unit in the packaging it came in. Keep the packaging materials after taking out the goods. If you no longer have the packaging, do the following:
- Take off the turntable and slipmat and carefully wrap them.
- Remove the headshell and balance weight from the tonearm and carefully wrap them.
- Clamp the tonearm with the arm clamp and tape it in place.
- Carefully wrap the main unit in a blanket or paper.
■ WEE E symbol
Disposal of the product outside the EU countries This symbol is valid within the EU only. Contact a local government office or your dealer to confirm the right manner of disposal.
Before requesting service, make the below checks. If you are in doubt about some of the checkpoints, or if the remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, contact your dealer.
- Is the AC mains lead plugged in? -.Plug the mains lead in firmly. (ci 12)
There is power but no sound. The sound is weak.
- Are connections to the amplifier/receiver’s PHONO terminals correct? -Connect the PHONO cables to the amplifier’s PHONO input terminals. (e? 12)
Left and right sounds are reversed.
- Are the stereo connection cable connections to the amplifier or receiver reversed? -Double-check all connections. (.4, 12)
- Are connections of the head shell’s lead wires to the cartridge terminals correct? -.Double-check all connections. (b 9)
Humming is heard during play.
- Are there other appliances or their AC mains lead near the stereo connection cable? -.Separate the appliances and their AC mains lead from this unit.
- Is the earth’s lead connected? -.Make sure the earth’s lead is correctly connected. (4, 12)
The indicator on the speed select button  or  blinks.
Perform the following operations when the indicator on the speed select button  or  blinks The symptom may be improved.
1. Turn [ON/OFF] to OFF.
2. Pull out the power plug, wait for three seconds, and then insert the plug again.
3. Turn [ON/OFF] to ON and press [START-STOP] to rotate the turntable.
- If the indicator on the speed select button blinks again, check which one is blinking and contact the service representative.
|Power supply||AC 110 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz|
|Power consumption||8.0 W (ON) Approx. 0.2 W (OFF)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||453 x 169 x 353 mm|
|Mass||Approx. 9.6 kg|
|Operating temperature range||0 °C to +40 °C|
|Operating humidity range||35 % to 80 % R H (no condensation)|
|Type||Direct drive manual turntable|
|Drive method||Direct drive|
|Motor||Brushless DC motor|
|Turntable platter||Aluminum diecast Diameter: 332 mm
Weight: About 1.8 kg (Including slipmat and slip sheet)
|Turntable speeds||33-1/3 rpm, 45 rpm (with switch 78 rpm)|
|Variable range pitch||±8, ±16 %|
|Starting torque||1.8 kg-cm|
|Build-up characteristics||0.7 s. from standstill to 33-1/3 rpm|
|Braking system||Electronic brake|
|Wow and flutter||0.025 % WRMS|
|Effective length||230 mm|
|Tracking error angle||Within 2° 32′ (at the outer groove of 30 cm (12″) record)
Within 0° 32′ (at the inner groove of 30 cm (12″) record)
|Arm-height adjustment range||0 — 6 mm|
|Stylus pressure adjustment range||0 — 4 g (direct reading)|
|Headshell weight||Approx. 7.6 g|
|Applicable cartridge weight range||5.6 — 12.0 g (without auxiliary weight)
14.3 — 20.7 g (including the headshell)
|Shell terminal||Ø1 .2 mm 4 pin terminal|
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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