SMA Cable Assemblies speed DUT connect/disconnect cycles.
February 27, 2013 -
Featuring male N-type connector, Quick Lock QBLxSMQ-NM+ Test Cable Assemblies fill wide range of N-to-SMA connection needs from DC to 18 GHz, with max power rating of 270 W at 1 GHz and 47 W at 18 GHz. Assemblies offer optimal electrical performance through 20,000 tough Flex Test™ cycles and 20,000 Quick Lock push on/pull off connection cycles. Available in lengths of 2, 3, or 6 ft as well as 1 m, cables are suited for use with 50 Ω N-type network analyzers.
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P.O. Box 350166
Brooklyn, NY, 11235
Quick Lock Test SMA Cables Speed DUT Connect/ Disconnect Cycles
Mini-Circuits has released 4 new Quick Lock SMA Cable Assemblies that also include a male N-type connector—ideal for use with 50Ω N-type network analyzers!
Like all of our Precision Test cables, our QBLxSMQ-NM+ models are built to last, and they’ve proven it with excellent electrical performance through 20,000 tough Flex Test™ cycles and 20,000 Quick Lock (push on/pull off) connection cycles. They fill a wide range of N-to-SMA connection needs from DC to 18 GHz, with a maximum power rating of 270W at 1 GHz and 47W at 18 GHz.
They’re in stock and ready to ship today—in lengths of 2, 3, or 6 feet as well as 1 meter (give us a call or email for custom lengths).
For more information, just click on the link above—we’re so sure of their performance, we’ve backed each of these models with a 6-month guarantee! Mini-Circuits is ISO 9001, ISO 14001, AS9100 certified, with a built in design engineers search engine data base. With over 21 families of microwave products in plug in, surface mount and coaxial style products range from DC to 40 GHz.
For more information on these, and all the rest of our newest products, just go to the New Product Announcements section at minicircuits.com or call us for technical support at 718-934-4500 for all your RF microwave component needs.