SMA Connectors Lower Costs

March 7, 2005
Designed for cost-sensitive markets, including medical electronics, industrial controls and base stations, the company’s latest 50 SMA connectors include crimp/solder center contacts on the cable plugs, a low number of parts for ease of

Designed for cost-sensitive markets, including medical electronics, industrial controls and base stations, the company’s latest 50 SMA connectors include crimp/solder center contacts on the cable plugs, a low number of parts for ease of assembly, and stand-off steps on the legs of the PCB jacks. A range of components includes straight and right-angle plugs and jacks for popular flexible coaxial cables, 0.141" and 0.085" semi-rigid and conformable cables, and PCB and flange-mount variations. The brass-body connectors come with a gold-plated finish and accommodate frequencies from dc to 18 GHz. They are intermateable with all SMA connectors conforming to the MIL-C-39012 interface specification. Prices range from less than $1 to $2.75 each. ITT INDUSTRIES, CANNON, Santa Ana, CA. (714) 557-4700.

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