I have a wireless microphone module and the connector on it appears to be a LEMO connector. How do I determine the LEMO part number to order these connectors?
Please download LEMO's Audio Connectors for Microphone Applications Datasheet
The letters "Y" and in some cases "W" have been used for special designs.
In general they indicate that a catalog item has been modified in order to meet a specific need in a particular application.
Common specials can be looked-up using the Search By Part Number.
Otherwise, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get details about what is unique in your specific part number.
A "Z" at the end of a part number usually indicates that something is missing. For example, if you add a "Z" to the part number of a free plug (FGG, FFA) then the plug will be equipped with a nut for fitting a bend relief. The bend relief itself must then be ordered separately. A "Z" at the end of a part number for a panel-mount receptacle (EGG, ERA) often removes the washer and nut from the product so that you can use your own hardware.