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New SMA stainless steel connectors and cable assemblies with anti-torque feature

Amphenol RF is pleased to introduce anti-torque stainless steel connectors and cable assemblies to their expanding SMA product family. The new SMA connectors feature anti-torque bodies, which allow the user to hold the body with one wrench while simultaneously torqueing down the coupling nut to its mating connector with another. This helps to keep the entire assembly from twisting, thereby preventing damage to both the cable and the connector during installation.


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New Amphenol RF connectors optimized for use with low loss cables

Amphenol RF is pleased to introduce new and improved SMA and N-Type coaxial connectors that have been optimized for low loss cables. Low loss cables incorporate additional shielding in the form of a bonded foil conductor, which helps to improve grounding. Low Loss cables and the newly optimized connectors are matched to 50 ohm impedance, allowing for maximum and reliable signal transfer.


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Amphenol RF's improved SMA to AMC fixed length cable assemblies

Amphenol RF is pleased to introduce improved designs of our existing AMC to SMA cable assemblies. Design improvements were made to the SMA bulkhead mounting connectors allowing the non-IP67 cables to be mounted to panels with a max thickness of 3.2 mm. Cables with IP67 connectors are suitable for panels with a max thickness of 3.2 mm. 


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Amphenol Connex is now Amphenol RF

Amphenol Connex has merged with Amphenol RF, headquartered in Danbury, Conn. The combined product portfolio will be marketed and sold under the name Amphenol RF. The Moorpark, Calif. facility will continue to operate as the company’s main North American distribution center and Amphenol RF’s western regional sales office providing support to local customers.


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