Standard metric RF cable assembly
Amphenol Connex is adding an addition to their pre-configured fixed length RF cable assembly line to include standard metric lengths.
Amphenol Connex is pleased to add an addition to their pre-configured fixed length RF cable assembly line to include standard metric lengths. These assemblies are ideal for a variety of commercial and industrial applications that require standard configurations or lengths.
The pre-configured metric assemblies feature gold and nickel plated Amphenol Connex connectors. They are available with straight plugs, R/A plugs and bulkhead jacks as well as a variety of popular configurations; BNC, SMA, SMB and between series. Extended lengths are also available. Flexible cable types for these assemblies include RG-316, RG-316 Double Braided, RG-58, RG-59, RG-174. Conformable semi-rigid options include both 0.085” and 0.141” diameter cables. All components are RoHS compliant.
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