Coaxial Connectors

Electronic Components & Devices, Electrical Equipment & Systems

RF Coaxial Connectors operate with low loss cables.

November 2, 2015

Optimized for use with Low Loss 195 and Low Loss 240 coaxial cable, SMA and N-Type Connectors are matched to 50 Ω impedance, allowing for maximum signal transfer. Units come in straight jack, bulkhead jack, right angle plug, and straight plug configurations. Crimp outer attachment, using standard hex crimp sizes, allows for quick and secure connections. Applications include telecommunication networks, antennas, wireless systems, and broadband communications. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices, Electrical Equipment & Systems

Multiport Coaxial Connectors feature 6 GHz, 50 ohm contacts.

October 7, 2015

Suitable for RG178 cables, Datamate Multiport Coaxial Connectors are available with 2, 4, 6, or 8 contacts and are suited for hi-reliability applications. Units are designed with single body molding to resist extremes of shock, vibration, and temperature in challenging environments. Equipped with hexagonal slotted jackscrews for secure fixing to PCB, ganged connectors come in vertical and horizontal orientation styles for PCB thicknesses of 3.5 mm and 5 mm. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices, Electrical Equipment & Systems

BNC Feed-Thru Terminators feature 0.5% accuracy.

July 30, 2015

Used to match 50 Ω coaxial cable to 1 MΩ oscilloscope, 1 MΩ probe to 50 Ω input instrument, or anywhere impedance matching is required for measurement accuracy, CT2944-50 (50 Ω) features gold-plated BNC female coaxial connector, 2 GHz bandwidth, and ±0.25 Ω impedance tolerance. Other models include CT2944-75 (75 Ω) and CT2944-93 (93 Ω), which feature 1 GHz bandwidth, 1 W average power rating, and gold-plated BNC female connector. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

RF Connectors feature micro-miniature design.

May 28, 2015

Providing 2 x 2 mm footprint and 1.4 mm profile off board when mated, Amphenol Micro Miniature Coaxial Connectors are suited for space-constrained RF applications with 50 Ω impedance requirements. Units feature high-frequency broadband performance up to 6 GHz and snap on/off mating. Designed to be surface mounted, AMMC connectors allow for high PCB densities, and are optimized for Wireless, WLAN, Bluetooth, and GPS applications. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Bias Tees support signal processing applications.

May 19, 2015

Available in high frequency, high current, and standard models, BTHF, BTHC, and BTS Series offer frequency ranges of 10 MHz to 40 GHz, 500 MHz to 4 GHz, and 10 MHz to 18 GHz, respectively. Units are designed for use in biasing active antennas, amplifiers, and laser diodes and for DC blocking or return in broadband microwave, RF, data communication, and ADC/DAC applications. Operating from -55 to +100°C, all series are matched to 50 Ω and are available as RoHS-compliant parts. Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Mounting & Attaching Products, Electronic Components & Devices

Solderless Coaxial Connector supports up to 50 GHz.

April 28, 2015

Featuring stub-less design with screw-mounting to PCB, H2.4 Series meets MIL-STD348B standard, and supports up to 50 GHz with transmission speed of 25 Gbps. Compression-mounted 2.4 mm connector, rated for 500 mating cycles, has contact resistance of 4 mΩ max in center and 2 mΩ max in outer section. Plug is manufactured with 0.085 in. semi-flexible cable and terminated plugs on each end, while receptacle features gold-plated ground ring for stabilizing grounding on PCB. Read More

Mounting & Attaching Products, Electronic Components & Devices, Electrical Equipment & Systems

Wire-to-Board Connector connects multiple coax cables in one step.

March 24, 2015

Reducing vehicle roof antenna installation time, GT36 Series provides one-step connection of multiple coaxial cables to PCB. Internal solution specifically enables attachment of 4 coaxial lines to automotive antennas, including shark fin antennas, and features rugged positive lock structure that offers lock strength of 98 N. RoHS- and ELV-compliant product has rated voltage of 50 Vac, rated current of 1 A, contact resistance of 50 mΩ max, and insulation resistance of 100 MΩ min at 500 Vdc.
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Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

Pressurized Connectors conform to IP68 without internal O-rings.

June 23, 2014

Available in 2.92 mm, 3.5 mm, SMA, TNC, and Type N series connector types, pSeries has 3-piece design – body, center contact, and dielectric –that eliminates need for internal O-rings, gaskets, and silicone greases. Seal integrity exceeds 10-5 cm³/s when tested under 30 psi pressure of alcohol per STI 8.2.4-13. Coaxial connectors provide low-loss, high-stability performance through 30 GHz at ±65 psi and meet MIL-STD 202 Method 212, Condition D (+125°C fluorocarbon leak), test conditions.
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Electronic Components & Devices

Low Loss Bias-Tee supports military tactical booster amplifiers.

March 10, 2014

Supplied in treated aluminum enclosure that meets IP67 standards, AR-RBT Remote Bias-T combines RF signals and DC power onto single coax cable. Product lets military warfighter use single KMW1031 (20 W), AR-50 (50 W), or AR-75 (75 W) power amplifier (PA) to be located remotely using single RF coax cable, eliminating need to transport multiple copper DC power lines to remote amplifier. Product withstands hostile environments and handles up to 1,000 V spikes during thunderstorms. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

Coaxial Cable Assemblies suit in-building DAS applications.

March 4, 2014

Intended for Distributed Antenna Systems, Coaxial Cable Assemblies efficiently transfer RF signal, minimize interference caused by intermodulation, fit into tight spaces, and are plenum-rated to meet building fire codes. Times Microwave SPP-250-LLPL™ consists of small diameter corrugated cable, while TFT-402-LF is extremely flexible with low minimum bend radius. Available in standard and custom lengths, cables offer 7-16 DIN male, 4.1-9.5 DIN male, N male, and SMA male terminations. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Medium and High Power RF Loads operate to 18 GHz.

February 25, 2014

Offered in 25, 50, and 100 W models, RF Loads are available with many connector configurations, including male and female versions of SMA, N, TNC, and 7/16 DIN. Models rated to 25 and 50 W operate to 18 GHz, with exception of 7/16 DIN version, which is rated to 8 GHz. All 100 W loads also operate to 8 GHz. Manufactured with black anodized aluminum cooling fins for convection cooling, coaxial terminations operate from -55 to +125°C and require no additional heat sink. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

Coaxial Products (7/16 DIN) serve high-power applications.

December 31, 2013

Designed for use in high power wireless communication systems, such as cellular network antenna systems, 50 Ω 7/16 DIN coaxial products include connectors for 400 and 600 series low loss cable, within series and interseries adapters, caps, 400- and 600-series cable assemblies, as well as 1/4 wave coaxial lightning protectors. Construction withstands harsh environments, and custom versions of cable assemblies are available. Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

Multi-Pin Connectors suit applications up to 600 Vac/Vdc.

November 25, 2013

Designed to safely connect and disconnect power, control, and instrumentation equipment, M-Line™ Multi-Pin Connectors include MEP Series for hazardous ATEX/IECEx locations and MN Series for heavy-duty but non-hazardous environments. Both provide plug-and-play operation as well as IP68 environmental protection. Connectors are available in standard and custom configurations, combining wide range of conductor numbers and sizes, contact materials, and termination options. Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

Hi-Rel Connectors come in horizontal and coax types.

August 15, 2013

In addition to 41 other configurations available as standard, off-the-shelf items, Datamate Mix-Tek mixed-technology series includes 2 mm pitch horizontal format and coax contact versions. Units feature power contacts rated up to 20 A, signal contacts rated up to 3 A, and 50 Ω coax contacts rated at 6 GHz. Moldings are polarized and carry UL94V-0 rating. Hexagonal slotted jackscrews are offered across range. Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

N Male Connectors simplify installation on coax cables.

August 2, 2013

Simplifying installation of RF connectors onto high-performance coax cable, RFN-1006-49I with solderless captive pin and RFN-1006-4I with crimp pin eliminate need to trim braid during cable prep. Combination hex/knurl coupling nuts allow tightening by hand/wrench, while white bronze plating eliminates tarnishing, promotes electrical performance, and reduces PIM (Passive Intermodulation). VSWR of <1.10:1 up to 3 GHz and <1.20:1 up to 8 GHz is achieved through impedance matching design. Read More

Health, Medical and Dental Supplies & Equipment, Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

Combo D-subminiature Connectors feature non-magnetic design.

February 18, 2013

Comprised of copper alloy shells, tin-plated brass hardware components, and die cast zinc brackets, Combination D-Subminiature Connectors are designed for medical imaging equipment. Units come in 21 standard pin configurations and can include signal, high power, or coaxial contacts, which are available in 50 or 75 Ω versions. Offered with 4-40 UNC or M3 threaded inserts, RoHS-compliant connectors feature power rating from 10–40 A and temperature range of -40 to +105°C. Read More

Test & Measuring Instruments, Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Electronic Components & Devices

Interface System supports RF performance from DC to 40 GHz.

January 16, 2013

Intended for subminiature, RF coaxial cable-to-board and board-to-board applications, 50 Ω SMP Interface System features VSWR of 1.18 max at 40 GHz. Male PCB connectors are available in vertical surface mount, vertical surface mount through-hole, and edge mount configurations. Three levels of detent are available, each with different engage and disengage coupling forces. Cable ended SMP female connectors accommodate 0.047, 0.085, and 0.086 dia semi-rigid or conformable coaxial cable. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Precision Coaxial Termination covers frequency from DC-67 GHz.

August 31, 2012

Featuring passivated stainless steel body with center contact made of gold-plated and heat-treated beryllium-copper material, Model T5M offers max VSWR of 1.2 from DC-40 GHz and 1.43 from 40-67 GHz. Termination has 2.4 mm male connector and measures 0.84 x 0.36 in. in diameter. Unit is useful when terminating unused ports, on isolated ports of hybrids and combiners, and to protect devices from signal reflections. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

BNC Coax Connector mounts vertically or horizontally to PCBs.

April 19, 2012

Developed for employment with PCMICA cards in wireless applications, 50 ohm BNC E-Snap(TM) conectors have small protrusions within slot to allow devices to snap firmly into solder-pasted holes as they are slid onto PCB. Construction promotes board retention and RF performance without use of adhesives. Suited for dense packaging arrangements, miniature connectors have gold-plated contacts, come in male or female versions, and offer repeatable performance to 18 GHz standard or 20 GHz optional. Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices

VGA Connector enables keystone integration.

March 29, 2012

Featuring field terminated screw terminal design, VividVGA Connector eliminates need for crimping and soldering and minimizes signal degradation and shorted terminations. Connector is backwards compatible and supports WUXGA video signal transmission over UTP/STP CATx and mini-coaxial cable up to 10 ft and 50 ft respectively. XGA transmission coverage extends to 20 ft and 160 ft, respectively. Read More