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DIN Adapter suits wireless infrastructure applications.

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July 7, 2014 - Expanding 7/16 DIN connector and adapter line, P2RFD-1654-4 Female to Female Bulkhead Adapter is manufactured with machined brass body and tri-metal plating. Unit features PIM rating of better than -155 dBc at 2X43 dBm and VSWR of less than 1.2:1 within operating frequency of 0–8 GHz. Equipped with recessed O-ring for weather sealing, adapter has double flats machined on 2 sides along with lock washer and hex nut for secure mounting to panel or bulkhead.

RF Industries

7610 Miramar Rd., San Diego, CA, 92126 4202, USA

Original Press Release

Low PIM 7/16 DIN Bulkhead Adapter for Wireless Infrastructure OEM Applications

Press release date: June 25, 2014

7/16 DIN connector interface has been the choice for wireless infrastructure applications for its high power and low intermodulation characteristics. RF Industries expands their line of 7/16 DIN connectors and adapters with a female to female bulkhead adapter, part number P2RFD-1654-4.

The adapter is manufactured with a machined brass body, with tri-metal (white-bronze) plating for a durable finish with low PIM properties. Double flats are machined on two sides along with a lock washer and hex nut provide for securely mounting to a panel or bulkhead. A recessed O-ring provides weather sealing. VSWR IS LESS THAN 1.2:1 within the operating frequency of 0-8Ghz. PIM rating is better than minus 155 dBc @2X43dBm.

Available from RF Connectors Distributors throughout the US, Canada and Mexico.  For additional information contact us at 800-233-1728 or 858-549-6340, rfi@rfindustries.com or visit our web site at www.rfindustries.com. RF Connectors is a division of RF Industries (NASDAQ: RFIL), a leading supplier of connectivity solutions provided through its operating divisions: RF Connectors, RF Cable Assembly, Aviel Electronics, OddCables.com, and Cables Unlimited.

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