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eSeries Connectors

March 27, 2014
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eSeriesConnectorseSeries connectors are characterized by their physical appearance and innovative cable-to-connector transition style. Externally, eSeries connectors have an extended ferrule designed to protect a common failure point at the solder-wick line when cables are flexed repeatedly. To solve a common problem of brass coupling nuts "walking off," these connectors also feature a new, failure-proof coupling nut.

Internally, eSeries connectors offer an easy-style, solderfree, captivated center contact; and a solder-damming positive cable stop to assist cable-assembly manufacturing personnel in consistently driving the cable into an exact position. The result is flat and predictable broadband VSWR performance.

eSeries connectors are also weatherproof and provide 50-ohm constant impedance. They’re designed to mate perfectly with Times Microwave Systems' TFlex cable and are available in eSMA, Type N, 7/16, and TNC styles. PIM models are also available featuring specialized plating.

eSeries Connectors At-A-Glance

 

 

Freq. (GHz)

Model

Type N Plug - Straight

20

0401-257-AH

Type N Jack - Bulkhead with Gasket

18

0405-72-AH

TNC Plug - Straight, Reverse Polarity

6

0501-75-AH

TNC Plug - Right Angle, Reverse Polarity

7

0502-17-AH

eSMA Plug - Straight, Quick Mate

20

1201-28 M1-GJP

eSMA Plug - Straight

20

1201-28-GJP

eSMA Plug - Straight, Reverse Polarity

20

1201-45-VJP

eSMA Plug - Right Angle

12.4

1202-24-PJ/-VJP

eSMA Jack - Straight

20

1203-08-VH

eSMA Jack - Panel

20

1204-06-VJ

eSMA Jack - Bulkhead

20

1205-06-VJ

eSMA Jack - Bulkhead with O Ring

20

1205-07-VJ

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