• Maxi wired box 26WB-*
    Bantam patch panel 481U-820AQ
  • Bantam patch panel 48-12A/820AQ/EIA
    Bantam patch panel 48-12A/820AQ/EIA
  • Bantam wired box 481U-WB*
    Bantam wired box 481U-WB*
  • Bantam wired box 32XP-* thum
    Bantam wired box 48WB-*
  • Maxi wired box 26WB-* thum
  • Bantam patch panel 48-12A/820AQ/EIA thum
  • Bantam wired box 481U-WB* thum
  • Bantam wired box 32XP-* thum

Bantam Patchbays

Our audio patchbay with capacity for 48 jacks per row.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Broadcasting Stations, Recording Studios.
  • Number of Holes and Rows.
    1RU, 96 holes, 2 rows.
  • 481U patchbay can be recessed 25 mm by changing the screw positions on the mounting brackets.
  • The gold alloy cross bar contact, which features a low faulty contact rate, is used for the jacks.
  • Tech Data
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Bantam Patchbays

Type Model Description Connector Standard package
Bantam 481U-820AQ 1U 820AQ×96 1
Bantam 48-12A/820A/EIA 1U 820AQ×96 1

Wired Box (Bantam Patchbays)

Type Model Panel Size Connector Standard package
Front Rear
Bantam
481U-WBF 1 RU 820AQ × 96 90-602 × 4 1
481U-WBH 1 RU 820AQ × 96 90-602 × 4 1
481U-WBW 1 RU 820AQ × 96 90-602 × 4 1
481U-WBS 1 RU 820AQ × 96 90-602 × 4 1
48WB-F 1 RU 820AQ × 96 90-602 × 4 1
48WB-H 1 RU 820AQ × 96 90-602 × 4 1
48WB-W 1 RU 820AQ × 96 90-602 × 4 1
Note1:
*481U-WB* can be recessed 25 mm
Note2:
*90-602 connector is identical to ELCO 00-8016-090-∗∗∗-702V connector

Wired Panels (Bantam Patchbays)

Type Model Panel 1 Panel 2 Standard package
Size Connector Size Connector
Bantam
48XP-F 1 RU 820AQ × 96 3 RU x 2 XLR3-31F77 x 48
XLR3-32F77 x 48
1
48XP-H 1 RU 820AQ × 96 3 RU x 2 XLR3-31F77 x 48
XLR3-32F77 x 48
1
48XP-W 1 RU 820AQ × 96 3 RU x 2 XLR3-31F77 x 48
XLR3-32F77 x 48
1
Note:
*Cables are 2 meters in length.

Audio Patchbays (Bantam) Related Products

Type Model Description Standard package
- 820AQ Bantam Jack 1
- ABJ-DC Bantam Jack Dust Cap 100 pcs
- PH50B Bantam Patch Cord Holder 1 set
- DS10-AS1 Designation Strip for Bantam 2 pcs
90 - 602 Connector Format (Wired box)
< Rear panel >4321
BantamLower row 25~48 chUpper row 25~48 chLower row 1~24 ch Upper row 1~24 ch
SkiniLower row 17~32 chUpper row 17~32 chLower row 1~16 chUpper row 1~16 ch
MaxiLower row 14~26 chUpper row 14~26 chLower row 1~13 chUpper row 1~13 ch

90 - 602 connector is mated with 90 - 608 connector.
90 - 608 requires either 125 or 525 contact and 90 - T cover for assembling.

  • *The numbers in parentheses are ELCO ordering codes.
  • ** Contact extraction tool : 06 - 1877 - 04.
    Crimping pliers for 525 : 06 - 1001 - 015 (AWG #18), 06 - 1001 - 016 (AWG #20 - #22), 06 - 1001 - 017 (AWG #24 - #26).
Wiring Table for 90 - 602
Maxi Skini Bantam HOT COLD SHIELD
Channel no. 1 14 1 17 1 25 A H R
2 15 2 18 2 26 B J S
3 16 3 19 3 27 C K T
4 17 4 20 4 28 D L U
5 18 5 21 5 29 E M V
6 19 6 22 6 30 F N W
7 20 7 23 7 31 X AE AM
8 21 8 8 32 25 Y AF AN
9 22 9 25 9 33 Z AH AP
10 23 10 26 10 34 AA AJ AR
11 24 11 27 11 35 AB AK AS
12 25 12 28 12 36 AC AL AT
13 26 13 29 13 37 BJ BD BY
14 30 14 38 BK BT BZ
15 31 15 39 BL BU CA
16 32 16 40 BM BV CB
14 30 17 41 BN BW CC
15 31 18 42 BP BX CD
16 32 19 43 CF CN CW
14 30 20 44 CH CP CX
15 31 21 45 CJ CR Cy
16 32 22 46 CK CS CZ
14 30 23 47 CL CT DA
15 31 24 48 CM CU DB

Technical Note

Audio Patchbay Normalling Descriptions

Output from a device is obtained from the upper row, while input to a device is normally connected to the lower row. Users can select from the following three types of connecting functions.

 
< Wiring formats connecting upper and lower connectors >
F: Full normal connection H: Half normal connection W: Double normal connection

Full Normal Format (series)

The upper (output) row is connected to the lower row (input) in the state when a plug is not inserted. When a plug is inserted in the upper jack to obtain a signal, the signal is not connected to the lower jack. A signal can be entered by inserting a plug in the lower jack. In this case the signal is not connected to the upper jack.

Half Normal Format (half-parallel)

The upper (output) row is connected to the lower row (input) in the state when a plug is not inserted. When a plug is inserted in the upper jack to obtain a signal, the signal is connected to the lower jack. This format allows the signal to be obtained in parallel. The signal can be prevented from going to the lower jack by inserting a dummy plug. Signals are input by inserting a plug in the lower jack. In this case the signal is not connected to the upper jack.

Double Normal Format (series-parallel)

The upper (output) row is connected to the lower row (input) in the state when a plug is not inserted. When a plug is inserted in the upper jack to obtain a signal, the signal is connected to the lower jack. This format allows the signal to be obtained in parallel. The signal can be prevented from going to the lower jack by inserting a dummy plug. A signal can be entered by inserting another plug in the lower jack. Note that the signal in this case is connected to the upper jack. This can be prevented by inserting a dummy plug.

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