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UG-58 A/U Type N Panel Receptacle

January 17, 2011
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Santron_Ug58_100Type N Panel Receptacles Feature Single Piece Body Construction.

San-tron, Inc. (www.santron.com), a manufacturer of RF coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has announced the release of a UG-58 A/U Type N panel receptacle that features single piece body construction. The seamless UG-58s are manufactured using a custom machine designed and built by San-tron for fully automated assembly.

This automation and construction method saves time and money during the manufacturing process, allowing for lower prices that make the receptacles a cost efficient choice for the consumer. The one piece construction of the UG-58s also dramatically increases the reliability of the panel receptacle by eliminating interference. The result is consistently smooth signal transfer.

The UG-58 A/U panel receptacles have a frequency range of DC-11 GHz and a nominal impedance of 50 ohms. They are rated for operating voltages of 1000V RMS and have a maximum dielectric withstanding voltage of 2500V RMS at 60 Hz at sea level. The receptacles are designed for a temperature range of -65°C to +165°C and meet interface standards in accordance with MIL-STD-348.

Pricing for UG-58 A/U panel receptacles start at $1.49 @ quantities of 3,000+. (Prices may vary depending on material costs at time of purchase.) Delivery: stock to 6 weeks.

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