Connector series for wireless applications

Amphenol RF's 4.3-10 series of connectors and adapters are designed for wireless applications requiring low passive intermodulation (PIM) and are IP67-compliant.

09/04/2016


Amphenol RF's 4.3-10 series of connectors and adapters are designed for wireless applications requiring low passive intermodulation (PIM) and are IP67-compliant. Courtesy: Amphenol RFAmphenol RF's 4.3-10 series of connectors and adapters are designed for wireless applications requiring low passive intermodulation (PIM). 4.3-10 connectors have the same design as 7/16 connectors but are smaller and up to 40% lighter. These designs are IP67-compliant to protect against dust and water ingress for outdoor applications, and provide voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) performance up to 6.0 GHz. Separate electrical and mechanical components yield very stable PIM performance regardless of coupling torque, allowing for easier installation. Silver plated contacts and white bronze-plated bodies are designed to offer a high-degree of conductivity, corrosion resistance, and durability.

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