FAQ

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Male connectors usually have pin contacts, while the female connector has recessed socket contacts.
This depends on the application. As a general rule, the active side of the assembly with the power or where the signal originates should be female, with socket contacts, and the passive side male with pin contacts.
This is a square flanged receptacle that is held in place by the four screw holes found at either corner of the front facing flange. Unlike a BCR, five holes are required to mount a square flanged receptacle. One for the central connector body holding the insert and contacts, plus an additional four smaller holes for each of the corner screws.