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Millimeter Wave Connector

Millimeter Wave Connector

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BNC Plug Clamp

SB-101

BNC plug clamp connector is to combine with cable by means of screwing. After cable is stripped to the recommanded dimensions, solder the pin onto cable, place all the parts in the body, and screw the hex nut onto body till tight. Hand tool is not needed for this connector.

Specification

Electrical
Impedance50ohm75ohm
Frequency Range0-4 GHz0-1 GHz
Working Voltage500 VRMS max.500 VRMS max.
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage1500 VRMS min1500 VRMS min
VSWRStraight1.3 max1.3 max
Right Angle1.5 max1.5 max
Contact ResistanceCenter Contact3 Milliohms Max3 Milliohms Max.
Outer Contact2 Milliohms Max2 Milliohms Max.
Insulator Resistance5000 Megohms min.5000 Megohms min.
Material
Parts NameMaterialFinish
Body, Metal PartsBrass per QQ-B-626Nickel plated
Center ContactsPlug: Brass per QQ-B-626Gold or Silver per requirement
 Jack: Beryllium copper per QQ-C-530 or Phosphor Bronze per QQ-B-750 or Brass per QQ-B-626Gold or Silver per requirement
InsulatorsTeflon, Delrin, PBT polyesterNone
Crimp FerrulesAnnealed copperNickel or Silver per requirement
Clamp GasketsSilicone rubber, Synthetic rubberNone

NOTE : Other Material/Finish is Available on Request.

Mechanical & Environmental
Engagement Force2.5 in-lbs. max. torque
Disengagement Force3 lbs. max. axial force
Coupling Nut Retention100 lbs. min.
Contact Retention6 lbs. min.
Durability (Mating)500 cycles min.(for Beryllium copper Jack contact only)
Temperature Range-65℃ to 165℃
VibrationMIL-STD-202 Method 204 Test Cond.B.
Salt SprayMIL-STD-202 Method 101 Test Cond.B.
Thermal ShockMIL-STD-202 Method 107 Test Cond.B.
Cable Assembly Instructions-Solder /Clamp
cable instructions-crimp
STEP 1.All parts of the connector are shown.
STEP 2.Strip the cable inner conductor, dielectric, braid, and jacket as per
"RECOMMENDED CABLE STRIPPING DIM'S" in catalog
STEP 3.Insert inner conductor into the CONTACT PIN and solder it as shown.
Then slide the HEX NUT, WASHER, and GASKET onto cable one by one.
STEP 4.Place the TOP HAT over braid and push back against cable jacket.
"Fold back braid wire as shown.
STEP 5.Insert cable and parts into the MAIN BODY, then screw the HEX NUT until it is tight.
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