N connector for plenum cable
RF industries has designed a new female connector to improve connections for low-loss building systems.
Where wireless applications require an easily routed, low loss RF cable for in-building systems, Times Microwave’s LMR-400-LLPL has reportedly become a popular choice. This cable is an indoor highly fire retarded cable intended specifically for runs within return air handling plenums (e.g. dropped ceilings, raised floors).
To meet the connection needs of this plenum cable RF Connectors has apparently designed the RFN-1028-I2 N female connector with crimp attachment to offer the perfect fit and performance. The connector body is made of machined brass with nickel plating. All dielectrics are made of Dupont Teflon with gold plated contacts.
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