Samtec 75 ohm DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors have push-pull coupling and are designed for high-density applications.

FEATURES

  • Optimized for 12G-SDI Broadcast Video solutions
  • 75 ohm impedance
  • Available in through-hole, right-angle, and cable termination
  • Push / pull mating system
  • Available with RG 179, RG 6 or Belden 4694R/4855R/1694A/1855A cables

VIDEOS

Samtec 12G SDI Signal Processing/Transmission Demonstration NAB 2017

12G-SDI Solutions

Products

RFC6T

12G-SDI, 75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 4694R Cable

Features
  • Impedance: 75 Ω
  • Frequency Range: 12 GHz max (cable & connector dependent)
  • Velocity of Propagation: 85%
  • Capacitance: 52.2 pF/meter
  • Time Delay: 3.94 ns/meter
  • Insertion Loss: See RFC6T Graph
  • Power Handling: See RFC6T Graph
  • Bend Radius: 70 mm Min
  • Operating Temp: -55 ºC to +85 ºC
  • 18 AWG, RG 6, Belden 4694R cable
  • Available with High-Density BNC, BNC and DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors
12G-SDI, 75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 4694R Cable

RFC8T

12G-SDI, 75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 4855R Cable

Features
  • Impedance: 75 Ω
  • Frequency Range: DC to 12 GHz
  • Velocity of Propagation: 82%
  • Capacitance: 53.5 pF/meter
  • Time Delay: 4.07 ns/meter
  • Return Loss: DC to 1.485 GHz = -20 dB; 1.485 GHz to 9 GHz = -15 dB; 9 GHz to 12 GHz = -5 dB (typical)
  • Insertion Loss: See RFC8T Graph
  • Power Handling: See RFC8T Graph
  • Bend Radius: 41 mm Min
  • Operating Temp: -30 ºC to +75 ºC
  • 23 AWG, Mini RG 59, Belden 4855R cable
12G-SDI, 75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 4855R Cable

RF179

75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 179 Cable

Features
  • VSWR: See RF179 Graph
  • Impedance: 75 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 10.2 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 64 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -50 ºC to +165 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 4 GHz Max. (cable & connector dependent)
  • Insertion Loss: See RF179 Graph
  • 28 AWG, RG 179 cable
  • Available with BNC, Mini BNC, DIN, MCX or SMB terminations
  • Single or double ended
75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 179 Cable

RFA6T

75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 6 Cable

Features
  • VSWR: See RFA6T Report
  • Impedance: 75 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 69.85 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 53.14 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -30 ºC to +75 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 3.5 GHz max (cable & connector dependent)
  • Insertion Loss: See RFA6T Report
  • 18 AWG, RG 6 cable
  • Available with High-Density BNC, BNC or DIN connectors
75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 6 Cable

RFB6T

75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 1694A Cable

Features
  • VSWR: See RFB6T Report
  • Impedance: 75 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 69.85 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 53.14 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -30 ºC to +75 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 3.5 GHz max (cable & connector dependent)
  • Insertion Loss: See RFB6T Report
  • 18 AWG, Belden 1694A cable
  • Available with High-Density BNC, BNC or DIN connectors
75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 1694A Cable

RFB8T

75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 1855A Cable

Features
  • Impedance: 75 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 38.1 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 55.7 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -30 ºC to +75 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 3.5 GHz max (cable & connector dependent)
  • 23 AWG, Belden 1855A cable
  • Available with High-Density BNC or DIN connectors
75 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 1855A Cable

DIN7A-CA

75 Ohm DIN 1.0/2.3 Plug, Cable Connector

Features
  • 75 ohm impedance
  • DIN 1.0/2.3 cable connector
  • Straight push pull plug available on RG 179, RG 6, or Belden 1694A/1855A/4694R/4855R cables
75 Ohm DIN 1.0/2.3 Plug, Cable Connector

DIN7A-TH

75 Ohm DIN 1.0/2.3 Jack, Through-hole

Features
  • Optimized for 12G-SDI Broadcast Video solutions
  • 75 ohm impedance
  • Vertical orientation
75 Ohm DIN 1.0/2.3 Jack, Through-hole

DIN7A-BH

75 Ohm DIN 1.0/2.3 Jack, Bulkhead Through-hole

Features
  • Optimized for 12G-SDI Broadcast Video solutions
  • 75 ohm impedance
  • Right-angle orientation
75 Ohm DIN 1.0/2.3 Jack, Bulkhead Through-hole

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