Datasheet

Series CCP-32N
COAX SWITCHES
Low PIM DC–3 GHz
Latching SPDT Coaxial Switch
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
CCP-32N
Commercial Latching SPDT, DC-3GHz, Low PIM
These switches are designed to have extremely low passive intermodulation for use in narrow bandwidth
communications applications. The CCP-32N is a SPDT, electromechanical, coaxial switch designed to
switch a microwave signal from a common input to either of two outputs. The characteristic impedance is
50 Ohms and is suitable to systems from DC-3GHz.
The CCP-32N series switch is offered with a latching actuator. The CCP-32N series switch is
interchangeable with a variety of switches.
ENVIRONMENTAL AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Operating Temperature
–40°C to 65°C
Form Factor
Vibration (MIL-STD-202 Method 214,
Condition D, non-operating)
10 g’s RMS
Shock (MIL-STD-202 Method 213,
Condition D, non-operating)
500 g’s
Standard Actuator Life
1,000,000 cycles
Connector Type
Type N
Humidity (Moisture Seal)
Available
Weight
6 oz. (170.1g) (max.)
SPDT,
break before make
Frequency Range
DC–3 GHz
Characteristic Impedance
50 Ohms
Switching Time
20 ms (max.)
Actuation Voltage Available
12
15
24
28 V
Actuation Current, max. @ ambient
200 160
90
75 mA
PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
PASSIVE INTERMODULATION CHARACTERISTICS
Frequency
Tone 1 Frequency
(MHz)
Tone 2 Frequency
(MHz)
IM3 Frequency
(MHz)
PIM Threshold
(dBc)
1945
1990
1900
-140.0
P1 P2 (dBm)
PIM (dBc)
PEAK PIM (dBc)
43
-148.6
-148.6
DC–3 GHz
Insertion Loss, dB, max.
0.3
Isolation, dB, min.
70
VSWR , max.
1.30:1
RF Power (cw), W, max.
200
PART NUMBERING SYSTEM
CCP-32
N
6
C
-
T **
Options
Series
Connectors
Actuator Type
Actuator Voltage
Connector
N: Type N Female
Actuator Voltage
6: 28 Vdc Latching
7: 15 Vdc Latching
8: 12 Vdc Latching
9: 24 Vdc Latching
Actuator Type
0: Standard Contacts
C: Indicator Contacts
D: Self Cutoff Only
E: Indicators and Self Cutoff
**SEE PARTS LIST ON PAGES 6
Options
T: TTL Drivers with Diodes
D: Transient Suppression
Diodes
R: Positive + Common
M: Moisture Seal
S: 9 Pin D-Sub Connector
For additional options, contact factory.
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COAX SWITCHES
Low PIM DC–3 GHz
Latching SPDT Coaxial Switch
SCHEMATICS AND MECHANICAL OUTLINE
Indicators
TTL
Analog
TELEDYNE COAX SWITCHES
P/N:
VOLTAGE:
D/C:
M/O:
VDC
RoHS
MADE IN
1
6
“-S OPTION” 9-PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR (EXAMPLE:
9 PIN D-SUB PINOUT FOR LATCHING SPDT
CCP-32N60-S)
TRUTH TABLE (with TTL option)
OPTIONS
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Basic
Indicators
1
2
C
1
2
C
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A
B
C
TTL
Common
1
2
Vsw
Indicators &
TTL
Common
1
2
Vsw
A
B
C
Logic Input
RF Path
1
2
0
0
No Change
1
0
On
0
1
Off
1
1
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IN
to 1
IN
to 2
Indicator
(if applicable)
A
B
Off
C
0
On
0
C
Forbidden
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Latching SPDT Coaxial Switch
TYPICAL BROADBAND RF PERFORMANCE CURVES
Insertion Loss ( DC-3 GHz )
0.00
Insertion Loss ( dB )
-0.05
-0.10
-0.15
-0.20
-0.25
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
Frequency ( GHz )
Isolation ( DC-3 GHz )
0
Isolation ( dB )
-20
-40
-60
-80
-100
-120
-140
0
0.5
1
1.5
Frequency ( GHz )
VSWR ( DC-3 GHz )
1.50
1.45
1.40
VSWR
1.35
1.30
1.25
1.20
1.15
1.10
1.05
1.00
0
0.5
1
1.5
Frequency ( GHz )
RF NOTES
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Latching SPDT Coaxial Switch
TYPICAL POWER PERFORMANCE CURVE
Power Handling vs. Frequency
3000
2000
1000
800
600
STA
Power (W)
400
ND
300
ARD
NS
WIT
200
CH
ES
100
80
60
40
30
20
10
.1
.2
.3 .4 .6 .8 1
2
3
Frequency GHz
Estimates based on the following reference conditions:
• Ambient temperature of 40°C or less
• Sea level operation
• Load VSWR of 1.30:1 maximum
• No high-power (hot) switching
Please contact Teledyne Coax Switches for derating factors when applications do not meet the foregoing reference conditions.
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COAX SWITCHES
Low PIM DC–3 GHz
Latching SPDT Coaxial Switch
GLOSSARY
Actuator
An actuator is the electromechanical mechanism that
transfers the RF contacts from one position to another upon
DC command.
including contact bounce. It consists of three parts: (1)
inductive delay in the coil, (2) transfer time of the physical
movement of the contacts, and (3) the bounce time of the
RF contacts.
Arc Suppression Diode
A diode is connected in parallel with the coil. This diode
limits the “reverse EMF spike” generated when the coil deenergizes to 0.7 volts. The diode cathode is connected to
the positive side of the coil and the anode is connected to
the negative side.
TTL Switch Driver Option
As a special option, switch drivers can be provided for both
failsafe and latching switches, which are compatible with
industry-standard low-power Schottky TTL circuits.
Date Code
All switches are marked with either a unique serial number
or a date code. Date codes are in accordance with MILSTD-1285 Paragraph 5.2.5 and consist of four digits.
The first two digits define the year and the last two digits
define the week of the year (YYWW). Thus, 1032 identifies
switches that passed through final inspection during the
32nd week of 2010.
Latching
A latching switch remains in the selected position whether
or not voltage is maintained. This can be accomplished
with either a magnetic or mechanical latching mechanism.
Indicator
Indicators tell the system which position the switch is in.
Other names for indicators are telemetry contacts or tellback
circuit. Indicators are usually a set of internally mounted DC
contacts linked to the actuator. They can be wired to digital
input lines, status lights, or interlocks. Unless otherwise
specified, the maximum indicator contact rating is 30 Vdc,
50 mA, or 1.5 Watts into a resistive load.
Isolation
Isolation is the measure of the power level at the output
connector of an unconnected RF channel as referenced to
the power at the input connector. It is specified in dB below
the input power level.
Self-Cutoff
The self-cutoff option disables the actuator current on
completion of actuation. Either a series contact (linked
to the actuator) or an IC driver circuit provides the current
cutoff. This option results in minimum power consumption
by the RF switch. Cutthroat is another name used in the
industry for this option. Pulse latching is a term used to
describe a switch without this feature.
Performance Parameters vs Frequency
Generally speaking, the RF performance of coaxial switches
is frequency dependent. With increasing frequency, VSWR
and insertion loss increase while isolation decreases. All
data sheets specify these three parameters as “worst case”
at the highest operating frequency. If the switch is to be
used over a narrow frequency band, better performance
can be achieved.
Actuator Current vs Temperature
The resistance of the actuator coil varies as a function of
temperature. There is an inverse relationship between the
operating temperature of the switch and the actuator drive
current. For switches operating at 28 VDC, the approximate
actuator drive current at temperature, T, can be calculated
using the equation:
IT =
IA
[1 + .00385 (T-20)]
Where:
IT = Actuator current at temperature, T
IA = Room temperature actuator current –
see data sheet
T = Temperature of interest in °C
Magnetic Sensitivity
An electro-mechanical switch can be sensitive to ferrous
materials and external magnetic fields. Neighboring ferrous
materials should be permitted no closer than 0.5 inches and
adjacent external magnetic fields should be limited to a flux
density of less than 5 Gauss.
SPDT Switch
A single-pole double-throw, bi-directional switch that can
be used as having one input and two outputs or two inputs
and one output.
Switching Time
Switching time is the total interval beginning with the arrival
of the leading edge of the command pulse at the switch DC
input and ending with the completion of the switch transfer,
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Low PIM DC–3 GHz
Latching SPDT Coaxial Switch
LATCHING CCP-32N PART NUMBER LIST
PART NO.
*
PART NO.
1
CCP-32NXC
43
CCP-32NX0
2
CCP-32NXC-D
44
CCP-32NX0-D
3
CCP-32NXC-DM
45
CCP-32NX0-DM
4
CCP-32NXC-DMS
46
CCP-32NX0-DMS
5
CCP-32NXC-DR
47
CCP-32NX0-DR
6
CCP-32NXC-DRM
48
CCP-32NX0-DRM
7
CCP-32NXC-DRMS
49
CCP-32NX0-DRMS
8
CCP-32NXC-DRS
50
CCP-32NX0-DRS
9
CCP-32NXC-DS
51
CCP-32NX0-DS
10
CCP-32NXC-M
52
CCP-32NX0-M
11
CCP-32NXC-MS
53
CCP-32NX0-MS
12
CCP-32NXC-R
54
CCP-32NX0-R
13
CCP-32NXC-RM
55
CCP-32NX0-RM
14
CCP-32NXC-RMS
56
CCP-32NX0-RMS
15
CCP-32NXC-RS
57
CCP-32NX0-RS
16
CCP-32NXC-S
58
CCP-32NX0-S
17
CCP-32NXC-T
59
CCP-32NX0-T
18
CCP-32NXC-TM
60
CCP-32NX0-TM
19
CCP-32NXC-TMS
61
CCP-32NX0-TMS
20
CCP-32NXC-TS
62
CCP-32NX0-TS
21
CCP-32NXD
22
CCP-32NXD-M
23
CCP-32NXD-MS
24
CCP-32NXD-R
25
CCP-32NXD-RM
26
CCP-32NXD-RMS
27
CCP-32NXD-RS
28
CCP-32NXD-S
29
CCP-32NXD-T
30
CCP-32NXD-TM
31
CCP-32NXD-TMS
32
CCP-32NXE
33
CCP-32NXE-M
34
CCP-32NXE-MS
35
CCP-32NXE-R
36
CCP-32NXE-RM
37
CCP-32NXE-RMS
38
CCP-32NXE-RS
39
CCP-32NXE-S
40
CCP-32NXE-T
41
CCP-32NXE-TM
42
CCP-32NXE-TMS
X = 6 (28Vdc), 7 (15Vdc), 8 (12Vdc) and 9 (24Vdc)
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