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Micro-miniature interconnects with snap-on coupling for high-vibration applications.

FEATURES

  • Simple snap-on coupling
  • Ideal for high-vibration environments
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • RG 316 and RG 174 cable options
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications

SERIES

MMCXV-CA

50 Ohm MMCX High-Vibration Jack or Plug, Cable Termination

Features
  • High-vibration MMCX cable component
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Vertical or right-angle plug available on RG 316 cable
  • Non-magnetic option available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm MMCX High-Vibration Jack or Plug, Cable Termination

MMCXV-EM

50 Ohm MMCX High-Vibration Jack, Edge Mount

Features
  • High-vibration MMCX for rugged applications
  • Performance: up to 6 GHz
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Vertical edge mount termination
  • Non-magnetic option available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm MMCX High-Vibration Jack, Edge Mount

MMCXV-TH

50 Ohm MMCX High-Vibration Jack or Plug, Through-hole

Features
  • High-vibration MMCX for rugged applications
  • Performance up to 6 GHz
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Vertical and right-angle through-hole termination
  • Non-magnetic option available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm MMCX High-Vibration Jack or Plug, Through-hole

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