ETC ABA.00.250.NTL

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Table of contents
General Production Program.......................................................................................................page 2
Main Characteristics and Types .............................................................................................................2
LEMO’s Push-Pull Self-Latching System...............................................................................................3
Mechanical Connecting Characteristics ................................................................................................3
Series and Types......................................................................................................................................4
General Characteristics......................
Outer Shell, Technical Characteristics .......................................................................................................5
Insulator, Technical Characteristics ...........................................................................................................6
Contact, Technical Characteristics.............................................................................................................6
Cable Fixing ...............................................................................................................................................8
Clamping Type ...........................................................................................................................................8
Series 00 ....................................................
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................9
Interconnections .........................................................................................................................................9
Model Description ....................................................................................................................................10
Part Section Showing Internal Components ..................................................................................................10
Mechanical, Environmental and Electrical Characteristics .........................................................................10
Recommended Cables.............................................................................................................................11
Anodized Color of Aluminum Alloy Connectors .......................................................................................11
Part Number Example ..............................................................................................................................12
Models: Plugs...........................................................................................................................................13
Fixed Receptacle .....................................................................................................................................16
Free Receptacle .......................................................................................................................................19
Plugs with Resistors .................................................................................................................................20
Couplers ...................................................................................................................................................21
Plugs with Receptacle ..............................................................................................................................21
Watertight Fixed Receptacles ..................................................................................................................22
Adaptors ...................................................................................................................................................23
Assembled Cables ...................................................................................................................................27
Accessories..............................................
Plug Cap ..................................................................................................................................................27
Blanking Cap for Fixed Receptacle ..........................................................................................................28
Blanking Cap for Free Receptacle ...........................................................................................................28
Earthing Cap ............................................................................................................................................28
Crimp Ferrule ...........................................................................................................................................29
Strain Relief..............................................................................................................................................29
Insulating Washers...................................................................................................................................29
Locking Washers......................................................................................................................................29
Tapered Washers.....................................................................................................................................30
Hexagonal Nut .........................................................................................................................................30
Round Nut ................................................................................................................................................30
Conical Nut...............................................................................................................................................30
Earthing Washer ......................................................................................................................................30
Tooling ........................................................
Spanner for nuts.......................................................................................................................................31
Spanner for plugs .....................................................................................................................................31
Collet nut wrench .....................................................................................................................................32
Extraction Tool for plugs ..........................................................................................................................32
Crimping Tool ...........................................................................................................................................32
Panel Cut-Out ..........................................................................................................................................33
Printed Circuit Board Drilling Pattern........................................................................................................33
Terminating instructions ...........................................................................................................................34
Recommended Coaxial Cables................................................................................................................38
Technical Tables ......................................................................................................................................38
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General Production Program
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Unipole from 2 to 150 Amps
Coaxial 50 and 75 Ω
Coaxial 50 Ω (NIM-CAMAC)
Coaxial 50 Ω for frequency up to 12 GHz
Coaxial 50 Ω SMA
Multicoaxial 50 and 75 Ω
Multipole from 2 to 106 contacts
High Voltage 3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 30, and 50 kV dc
Multi High Voltage 3, 5, and 10 kV dc
Triaxial 50 and 75 Ω
Quadrax
Mixed: High Voltage (HV) + Low Voltage (LV)
Mixed: Coax + LV
Thermocouple
Multithermocouple
Fiber optic singlemode
Fiber optic multimode
Mixed: fiber optic + LV
For OPTABALL® fiber optic singlemode
Fluidic
Multifluidic
Mixed: fluidic + LV
Subminiature
Miniature
Plastic
Printed circuit board
Remote handling
Watertight
Sealed (pressure and/or vacuum)
With plastic outer shell
With aluminum outer shell
With stainless steel outer shell
With special radiation resistant insulator material
With screw thread coupling for very high pressure
With microswitch
Patch Panels
For audio-mono applications: triax or 3 contacts
(with or without switching)
For audio-stereo applications: quadrax or 6 contacts
For video applications: coax 75 Ω
For video HDTV applications: 3 coax 75 Ω + 2LV
For fiber optic applications
Accessories
Insulator for crimp contacts
Crimp contacts
Coaxial contacts
Fiber optic contacts
Fiber optic ferrules
Caps
Strain relief
Insulating washers
Double plastic panel washers
Locking washers
Tapered washers
Hexagonal nuts
Round nuts
Conical nuts
Earthing washers
Lead-through with cable collet
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For BNC, C, UHF, N, CINCH connectors
For GEN-RADIO, SMA connectors
For TNC connectors
Spanners
Crimping tools
Positioners
Crimping dies
Extractors
Fiber optic termination workstation
Fiber optic polishing tools
Filtered connectors
Connectors with special alloy housing
Mixed special connectors
Assembly onto cable
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Main Characteristics and Types
Series
STANDARD
WATERTIGHT
KEYED
KEYED
WATERTIGHT
PLASTIC
SCREW
01 (Minax)
00 (NIM-CAMAC)
R0
0S to 6S
0A / 4A
1D / 2C
1Y-3Y-6Y
0E to 6E
3T
4M
00 (multipin)
0B to 5B
2G
0K to 5K
3P
03
EA
0V to 5V
2W
Push-Pull
Latching
Key
Stepped insert (Half-Moon)
Contact
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Key (G) or stepped
insert (Half-Moon)
Key (G) or key-way code
Metal or plastic
Shell
Insert
Screw
Stepped insert (Half-Moon)
Plastic
Cylindrical
Solder, Crimp or Print
Metal
Cylindrical or stepped
insert (Half-Moon)
Solder
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LEMO’s Push-Pull Self-Latching Connecting System
This self-latching system is renowned worldwide for its easy and quick mating and unmating features. It provides absolute
security against vibration, shock or pull on the cable, and facilitates operation in a very limited space.
The LEMO self-latching system allows the connector
to be mated by simply pushing the plug axially into the
receptacle.
Once firmly latched, connection cannot be broken by
pulling on the cable or any other component part other
than the outer release sleeve.
When required, the connector is disengaged by a
single axial pull on the outer release sleeve. This first
disengages the latches and then withdraws the plug
from the receptacle.
Mechanical Connecting Characteristics
Fv
Fv: average latching force = 9 N
Fd
Fd: average unmating force with axial pull on the
outer release sleeve = 7 N
Fa
Fa: average pull force with axial pull on the
collet nut = 120 N
Notes: the forces were measured on outer shells not fitted with contacts.
The mechanical endurance represents the number of cycles after which
the latching system is still effective (1 cycle = 1 latching/unlatching – 300
cycles per hour).
Mechanical endurance: 5000 cycles.
The values were measured according to MIL-STD-1344A method
2013.1.
1N = 0,102 kg.
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Series and Types
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3B
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5B
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Multi Fiber Optic
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Fiber Optic
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1V
2V
3V
4V
5V
Mixed Triax + LV
Mixed Coax + LV
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6Y
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Multi Coaxial
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Multi High Voltage
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Multi High Voltage
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2E
3E
4E
5E
6E
Quadrax
Triaxial 75 Ω
Triaxial 50 Ω
High Voltage
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Coaxial 75 Ω
Unipole
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Coaxial 50 Ω
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General Characteristics
Outer Shell
Brass
LEMO series 00 connectors have a brass outer shell as
standard, and this is suitable for most general purpose
applications, including civilian and military.
The brass outer shells have a nickel-plated surface
which ensures very good protection against most environments. Alternative protective coatings available are:
– Nickel-chrome offering higher protection against salt
air and most corrosive agents
– Nickel-gold
– Nickel-black chrome. After the black chrome treatment,
the part is coated with a protective film.
excellent resistance to corrosion.
The shell surface is protected by anodizing which is available in six colors: blue, yellow, black, red, green, and
natural.
Plastic Materials
A PEEK outer shell is available which offers excellent
insulating properties and is mostly used in the medical
industry. This material is suitable for gas or steam sterilization.
Other Metallic Components
In general, other components are manufactured from
brass. However, bronze is used where good elasticity is
required (for example: earthing crown).
These parts are nickel or nickel-gold plated depending
on the utilization.
Aluminum Alloy
Aluminum alloy outer shells find numerous applications
where light weight is a predominant factor; such as in the
aeronautics and space industries, and for portable and
mobile equipment.
These materials have high mechanical strength and
Materials and Treatment
Component
Material (Standard)
Brass (UNS C 38500)
Outer shell, collet nut,
Al. alloy (AA 6012)
conical nut
PEEK (MIL-P-46183)
Earthing crown
Cu-Be (UNS C 17300)
Latch sleeve
Special Brass
Crimp ferrule
Copper (UNS C 18700)
Locking washer
Bronze (UNS C 52100)
Brass (UNS C 38500)
Hexagonal nut
Al. alloy (AA 6012) 1)
Other metallic components Brass (UNS C 38500)
Seals
Silicone or FPM
Nickel
Cu
Ni
Surface Treatment (µm)
Chrome
Gold
Cu
Ni
Cr Cu
Ni
Au
0.5
0.5
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3
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0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
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3
3
3
3
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0.5
3
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0.3 0.5
3
anodized
beige colored
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0.5
3
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0.5
3
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0.5
3
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0.5
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0.5
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anodized
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0.5
3
without treatment
0.5
Black Chrome
Cu
Ni
Cr
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1
2
Notes: The surface treatment
standards are as follows:
– nickel QQ-N-290A, or MILC-26074C
1.5
1.5
1.5
0.5
0.5
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– chrome QQ-N-320B
0.5
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1)
– gold MIL-G-45204C type I,
class 1 (1.5 µm)
class 00 (0.5 µm)
– black chrome MIL-C-14538C
supplied only with aluminum
alloy free or fixed receptacles.
Electrical Characteristics
Screen continuity: according to test MIL-STD-1344A,
method 3007.
Values with earthing crown and latch sleeve or inner-sleeve nickel
R1 plated.
R2 Values with gold-plated earthing crown and nickel plated latch
sleeve or inner-sleeve.
R3 Values with earthing crown and gold-plated latch sleeve or innersleeve.
A
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(mΩ)
R2
(mΩ)
R3
(mΩ)
3.5
2.8
2.0
Testing current: 1A
A = Ammeter
mV = Millivoltmeter
G = Generator
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Insulator
Technical Description
LEMO uses virgin quality PTFE for the insulator material of coaxial connectors, which guarantees excellent insulating
properties.
LEMO also proposes PEEK (Polyether Etherketone). Its higher mechanical strength and excellent radiation resistance
make it ideal for most applications.
Technical Characteristics
Test
method
Property
Dielectric strength
Volume resistivity at 50% HR and 23°C
Surface resistivity
Thermal conductivity
Comparative tracking index
Dielectric constant (106 Hz)
Dissipation factor (106 Hz)
Continuous service temperature
Water absorption in 24h at 23°C
Radiation resistance
Flammability rating
ASTM D 149
ASTM D 257
ASTM D 257
ASTM C 177
IEC 112
ASTM D 150
ASTM D 150
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ASTM D 570
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UL 94
Unit
PEEK
PTFE
kV/mm 19 - 25 17.2 - 24
Ω cm
1016
1018
Ω
1015
1017
W/K m
0.25
0.23
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CTI 150 CTI 500
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3.2 - 3.5 2 - 2.1
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< 0.005 < 0.0003
°C
250
260
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< 0.3
< 0.01
2 102
Gy
107
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Note: the technical data contained in this chapter gives
general information about plastic materials used by
LEMO as electrical insulator materials. LEMO reserves
the right to propose new materials which would have
better technical characteristics and to withdraw any
material contained in this publication or others from
LEMO and its subsidiary companies. LEMO only uses
granulated, powdered plastic materials or bars from
specialized suppliers. LEMO is not responsible, in any
case, for these materials.
Radiation resistance
PEEK
Damage
minimal to mild (almost always usable)
mild to moderate (often satisfactory)
PTFE
moderate to severe (unusable)
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101
104
102
105
103
106
104
107
105
108
106
109
107
1010 rads
108 Gray (Gy)
γ ray dose
Electrical Contact
Technical Description
Contact Material
The secure, reliable electromechanical connection
achieved with LEMO female contacts is mainly due to
two important design features:
1. Prod proof entry which ensures perfect concentric
mating even with well woon and/or carelessly handled
connectors.
2. The pressure spring that maintains a constant, even
force on the male contact when mated. The leading
edge of the spring is chamfered to slide smoothly on
the male contact, preserving the gold-plated surface
treatment and preventing undue wear.
LEMO female electrical contacts are made from bronze
(UNS C 54400). Bronze is chosen because of its high
modulus of elasticity, its excellent electrical conductivity
and high mechanical strength.
LEMO male solder and print contacts are made from
brass (UNS C 38500). Male crimp contacts are made
from brass (UNS C 34500) which is ideal for crimping
onto the electrical conductor of the cable.
Conductor retention method
Both male and female contacts are available in crimp,
solder or print versions.
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Materials and Treatments
Type
Au
Ni
Cu
Bronze
Material (Standard)
Surface treatment (µm)
Cu
Ni
Au
Male solder
Male crimp
Male print
Brass (UNS C 38500)
Brass (UNS C 34500)
Brass (UNS C 38500)
0.5
3
1.5
Female solder
Female crimp
Female print
Bronze
(UNS C 54400)
0.5
3
2.0
Notes: the standard surface treatments are as follows:
– Nickel QQ-N-290A or MIL-C-26074C
– Gold MIL-G-45204C, type I, class 1.
Solder Contacts
Features of the LEMO crimp contacts:
The solder pot of these contacts is machined at an angle
to form a cup into which the solder can flow.
– Quick and simple assembly
– Insulator is not heated during contact-to-conductor
assembly
– High temperature applications possible
– Increased conductor retention force
ø 0.7
ø 0.6
Print contacts
ø 0.6
Print contacts are available in certain connectors versions,
mostly for the straight or elbow receptacles models.
Connection is made on flexible or rigid printed circuits by
soldering
ø 0.7
The LEMO crimp contacts are factory annealed to relieve
internal stresses, and reduce the risk of the material
work hardening during the crimping process.
During this process, an induction heating machine designed by LEMO’s Research and Development Department is used (photo 2).
ø 0.7
The square form crimp method is used (MIL-C-22520F,
type 2) (photo 1).
The crimp method requires a controlled compression to
obtain a symmetrical deformation of the conductor strand
and of the contact material. The inspection hole in the
side of the contact verifies correct positioning of the
conductor within the contact. A good crimping is characterized by a small conductor section reduction and by the
quite closed free spaces.
Contact Resistance in Relation to Number of Mating
Cycles
(Corrosion according to MIL-STD-202, method 101D).
Contact resistance (mΩ)
1000
3000
5000
cycles
cycles
cycles
5.6
5.7
6.1
ø 0.7
Thickness comparison between the outside and the
inside of female contacts
male
(µm)
1.5
1
ø 0.7
Crimp Contacts
Gold thickness1)
female
outside
(µm)
inside
(%)
2
60
Note: 1) minimal thickness according
to MIL-G-45204C, type I, class 1.
A = test point
2
2.5
2.5
A
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Cable Fixing
Cable fixing onto LEMO connectors is determined by the
connector model. This is achieved either with a cable
collet system or with hexagonal crimping (MIL-C-22520F,
type 2).
The collet system cable fixing is made without any special tooling. The crimping method guarantees a good
electrical continuity of the shield which improves greatly
the shielding efficiency of the cable/connector link.
Material and Treatment
Component
Earthing sleeve
Collet
Crimp ferrule
Collet nut
Material (Standard)
Brass (UNS C 38500)
Brass (UNS C 38500)
Copper (UNS C 18700)
Brass (UNS C 38500)
Surface Treatment
(µm)
Cu
Ni
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
3
3
3
3
Note: collet nut tightening torque: maximum 0.25 Nm (1N = 0.102 kg)
Type C Cable Clamping
This system has an earthing sleeve ➂ and a collet ➀ which is compressed by the collet nut ➁ to ensure a good clamp
onto the cable. When assembling the connector, the cable shield is gripped between the earthing sleeve and the collet.
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Straight plug
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Free receptacle
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2
Fixed receptacle
nut fixing
Type E Crimping
The back end of the crimp nut ➃ which receives the shield braid, is milled to ensure good conductivity once crimped.
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Straight plug
1
Free receptacle
Fixed receptacle
nut fixing
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Series 00 (NIM-CAMAC-CD/N 549)
Introduction
The 00 series is a range of 50 Ω coaxial connectors. They are suitable for a wide variety of applications particularly in
measurement, control system and nuclear physics, having formed the basis for the NIM-CAMAC-CD/N 549 standard.
LEMO 00 connectors offer customers many benefits including:
– Self-latching push-pull system
– Aesthetically pleasing appearance
– Small size
– High packing density
– Rugged construction
– Ease of use
– Low weight
– Reliable performances
– Wide choice to suit application
Interconnections
Straight and elbow plugs
Straight and elbow receptacles Straight receptacles
FFE
FFA
ERA, ERE
EPE
FLA
FFC
ERN
FLS,
FLV
FFA
ERC
FAA
FFA
ERT
FAB
FFS, FFV
ERM
Straight couplers
PCA
RAD
EPL,
EPM, EPK
PCS
RMA
EPS
PSA
Straight and elbow plugs
with receptacle
EPN
FTR
PSS
FTA
PES
EPY
Plugs with resistance
FFY
FPA
FTL
ECP
FRT
FPL
FFF
EPA,
EPB, EPC
FLR
FTY
Watertight or vacuumtight models
Straight receptacles
HGP
HGW
Straight coupler
EWF
EWV
SWH
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Models Description
ABA Adapter from LEMO receptacle to BNC
plug
ABB Adapter from LEMO fixed receptacle to
BNC receptacle
ABC Adapter from LEMO receptacle to BNC
receptacle
ABD Adapter from LEMO receptacle to BNC
fixed receptacle
ABF Adapter from LEMO plug to BNC receptacle
ACA Adapter from LEMO receptacle to C plug
ACB Adapter from LEMO receptacle to C
receptacle
AGG Adapter from LEMO receptacle to
General-Radio receptacle type 874
AGH Adapter from LEMO receptacle to UHF
plug
ANA Adapter from LEMO receptacle to N plug
ANB Adapter from LEMO receptacle to N
receptacle
ANC Adapter from LEMO receptacle to N fixed
receptacle
APF Adapter from LEMO plug to CINCH
receptacle
ASA Adapter from LEMO receptacle to SMA
plug
ASB Adapter from LEMO receptacle to SMA
receptacle
ASF Adapter from LEMO plug to SMA receptacle
ASG Adapter from LEMO plug to SMA plug
ECP Straight receptacle with two nuts
EPA Straight receptacle for printed circuit
EPB Straight receptacle for printed circuit (long
studs)
EPC Straight receptacle for printed circuit with
clearance under the body
EPE Straight receptacle with two nuts for
printed circuit
EPK Elbow receptacle (90°) for printed circuit
with clearance under the body
EPL Elbow receptacle (90°) for printed circuit
EPM Elbow receptacle (90°) for printed circuit
(long studs)
EPN Straight receptacle for press mouniting in
pair on printed circuit,
EPS Elbow receptacle (90°) with two nuts for
printed circuit
EPY Elbow receptacle (90°) for printed circuit
with two vertical receptacles
ERA Fixed receptacle, nut fixing
ERC Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, with slots in
flange
ERE Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, with conical
lead in
ERM Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, with microswitch
ERN Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, with tags
ERT Straight receptacle without thread, force
or adhesive fit
EWF Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, with tags,
vacuumtight, (back panel mounting)
EWV Fixed receptacle, vacuumtight
FAA Straight plug, non-latching, nut fixing
FAB
FFA
FFA
FFA
FFC
FFE
FFF
FFS
FFY
FFV
FLA
FLR
FLS
FLV
FPA
FPL
FRT
FTA
FTL
FTR
FTY
HGP
HGW
PCA
Straight plug, non-latching, riveted fixing
Straight plug with cable collet
Straight plug with cable collet PEEK outer shell
Straight plug with cable collet and nut for
fitting a strain relief
Straight plug with flats on latch sleeve and
cable collet
Straight plug with front sealing ring, cable
collet and nut for fitting a strain relief
Straight plug, non-latching, with cable collet
Straight plug with cable crimping
Straight plug with cable collet
Straight plug for cable crimping with
improved screen efficiency
Elbow plug (90°) with cable collet
Elbow plug (90°) with resistor
Elbow plug (90°) for cable crimping
Elbow plug (90°) for cable crimping with
improved screen efficiency
Straight plug, non-latching, for printed circuit
Elbow plug (90°) non-latching for printed
circuit
Straight plug with resistor or shorted
T-plug with two receptacles in line
T-plug with two receptacles (90°)
Elbow plug (90°) with one receptacle
Straight plug with two parallel receptacles
Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, watertight
Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, with rear sealing ring
Free receptacle with cable collet
Part Section Showing Internal Components
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Fixed receptacle
1 outer shell
2 earthing crown
3 retaining ring
4 hexagonal nut
5 locking washer
6 insulator
7 female contact
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Plug with cable clamping
1 outer shell
2 latch sleeve
3 collet nut
4 earthing sleeve
5 rear insulator
6 insulator
7 male contact
8 collet
Models with collet nut for fitting a strain relief
To order models with a collet nut for fitting a strain relief,
add a “Z” in the “variant” position (see page12) of the part
number. Strain reliefs are available in nine colors and
several sizes to accomodate different cable outside diameters. They are ordered separately as indicated in the
“Accessories” section.
Watertight/Vacuumtight models
The fixed receptacles and couplers, models HGP, HGW,
EWF, EWV, SWH allow the device on which they are
10
2
3
1
6
5
4
2
3
7
Plug with cable crimping
1 outer shell
2 latch sleeve
3 crimp backnut
4 rear insulator
5 insulator
6 male contact
7 crimp ferrule
fitted to reach a protection index of IP66 as per IEC 529
(unmated). They are fully compatible with the non watertight models of the same series and are widely used for
portable radios, ship installations and in aircraft.
Specially prepared & tested versions of these models are
available for vacuumtight applications guaranteeing a leakage level of less than 10-6 mbar.l.s-1 (as per MIL-STD1344A standard method 1008). A vacuumtight model is
identified by the letter at the end of the part number (certificate on request).
To seal both the watertight and vacuumtight models,
LEMO uses an epoxy resin.
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Technical Characteristics
Mechanical and climatical
Characteristics
Electrical
Value
Standard
Method
Contact retention force
Cable pull off force
Connector pull off force
> 18 N
> 100 N
> 90 N
MIL-STD-1344A 2007.1
MIL-STD-1344A 2009.1
Endurance
> 1000
cycles
MIL-STD-1344A 2016
Operating temperature 1)
- 55°C + 260°C
Note: 1) to seal both the watertight and vacuumtight models, LEMO
uses and epoxy resin. The operating temperature is -20°C and +80°C for
sealed models.
Characteristics
Value
Standard
Method
Impedance
Operating voltage (50 Hz)
Test voltage (50 Hz)
Rated current
Contact resistance
Screen resistance
Insulating resistance
50 Ω
VSWR (f. in GHz)
75 Ω
50 Ω
0.7 kV AC
2.1 kV AC
4A
< 6 mΩ
< 3.5 mΩ
> 1012 Ω
1.09+0.11f
1.08+0.51f
IEC 130-1 1ère ed.
MIL-STD-1344A
IEC 512-3
MIL-STD-202 F
MIL-STD-1344A
MIL-STD-1344A
IEC 169-1-1
IEC 169-1-1
§ 14.5
3001.1
307
3007
3003.1
Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
Screening efficiency (EMC properties) in dB
(transfer impedance in dBohm)
The VSWR (Voltage Standing Wave Ratio) is the value
representing the power reflected in a connection. In most
cases, the working frequency range is where VSWR ≤ 1.25
The screening efficiency is the ratio between the electromagnetic field inside the connector and a power source
at the outside of the connector (or vice versa).
T.O.S.
1.5
75 Ω
(dBΩ)
-10
(dB)
60
-20
80
-30
100
1.4
1.3
50 Ω
1.2
1.1
-40
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
1.0
0
500
1000
1500
f
(MHz)
Note: value for FFS plug and PCS receptacle mated (with PTFE insulator). Impedance measured 50 Ω with a RG-174 A/U cable and 75 Ω
with a RG-179 B/U cable.
FFA + PCA
Color of connectors in anodized aluminum alloy
Standard
IEC 96-2 CCTU 10-01A
MIL-C-17
6
7
RG.58 C/U
RG.142 B/U
50.3.1
3
RG.174 A/U
50.2.1
1
2
5
2
4
1
4
3
8
8
RG.178 B/U
RG.179 B/U
RG.180 B/U
RG.187 A/U
RG.188 A/U
RG.196 A/U
RG.316 /U
50.1.1
75.2.1
75.2.2
50.2.3
50.1.2
50.2.2
FFV + PCS
Note: measured according to IEC-169-1-3 standard.
Recommended cables
Cable
group
FFS + PCS
120
1000 f
(MHz)
Other cable
KX 15
Belden
8262
KX 3A
Belden
Lemo
Belden
8216
CCH.99.281.505
83265
KX 21A
KX 22A
Belden
83269
Belden
Dätwyler
Storm
H+S
83284
HF-2114
421 099
G02232D-60
Imp.
(Ω)
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
75 ± 3 Ω
95 ± 5 Ω
75 ± 3 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
When ordering a connector with an aluminum alloy, the outer shell color must be
chosen from the table variant listed below
and included in the position of the part
number.
Reference
A
J
N
R
T
V
Color
blue
yellow
black
red
natural
green
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Part Number Example
Straight plug with cable collet
FFA
00
250
N
T
A C 29
Model: (page 13)
Series: 00
Variant 2)
Type: 250 = coaxial (50 Ω)
Cable ø:
N=
C=
=
Housing: D
K=
L =
G=
Cable fixing type:
C = with cable collet
E = crimp
brass nickel-plated
brass chrome-plated
brass gold-plated
brass black chrome
aluminum alloy
PEEK 3)
Contact type:
A = male to solder
C = male to crimp
L = female to solder
M = female to crimp
= PTFE
Insulator: T
L = PEEK
FFA.00.250.NTAC29 = straight plug with cable collet, series 00, coaxial type (50 Ω), outer shell in nickel-plated brass,
PTFE insulator, male solder contact, C type collet of 2.9 mm diameter.
Straight receptacle
ERA
00
250
N
T
L
Model: (page 16)
Series: 00
Variant 2)
Type: 250 = coaxial (50 Ω)
Contact type:
A = male to solder
C = male to print
L = female to solder
M = female to print
N=
C=
Housing: D =
K=
L =
brass nickel-plated
brass chrome-plated 1)
brass gold-plated
brass black chrome 1)
aluminum alloy 1)
= PTFE
Insulator: T
L = PEEK
ERA.00.250.NTL = fixed receptacle, nut fixing, series 00, coaxial type (50 Ω), outer shell in nickel-plated brass, PTFE
insulator, female solder contact.
Straight fixed coupler
RAD
00
250
N
T M
Model: (page 21)
Variant 2)
Series: 00
Contact type 4):
A = male-female
C = male-male
E = male-male-female 5)
F = female-female-male 5)
L = female-male
M = female-female
Type: 250 = coaxial (50 Ω)
N=
C=
Housing: D =
K=
L =
brass nickel-plated
brass chrome-plated
brass gold-plated
brass black chrome
aluminum alloy
= PTFE
Insulator: T
L = PEEK
RAD.00.250.NTM = straight fixed coupler, nut fixing, series 00, coaxial type (50 Ω), outer shell in nickel-plated brass,
PTFE insulator, female-female contact.
Note: 1) treatment not available for the printed circuit models
2) the “variant” position in the reference is used to specify the anodized color of the housing in aluminum alloy (page 11) or models with a collet nut for
fitting a strain relief “Z”. The strain relief can be ordered separately as indicated in the “Accessories” section.
3) available for the FFA model only
4) concerning the straight fixed couplers with nut fixing RAD and SWH, the first contact type mentioned is always the contact at the flange end.
5) used only for models: FTA, FTL and FTY.
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FFA Straight plug with cable collet
~26
Part number
Cable
group
Note
FFA.00.250.NTAC22
FFA.00.250.NTAC29
FFA.00.250.NTAC31
1
2-3-4
8
●
●
●
ø 6.4
~18
S 4.5
M1
Cable assembly
FFC Straight plug with flats on latch sleeve
and cable collet
~26
Part number
Cable
group
Note
FFC.00.250.NTAC22
FFC.00.250.NTAC27
FFC.00.250.NTAC31
1
2-4
3-8
●
●
●
ø 6.4
~18
S 4.5
S 5.5
M3
Cable assembly
FFY Straight plug with cable collet
~33
ø 8.9
ø 8.6
~25
Cable
group
Note
FFY.00.250.NTAC52
6-7
●
M2
S8
Cable assembly
FFA Straight plug with cable collet
and nut for fitting a strain relief
~33.5
Part number
Cable
group
Note
FFA.00.250.NTAC22Z
FFA.00.250.NTAC29Z
FFA.00.250.NTAC31Z
1
2-3-4
8
●
●
●
ø 6.4
~25.5
S6
M1
Note: the strain
relief must be
ordered separately
(see page 29).
Cable assembly
FFA Straight plug with cable collet,
PEEK outer shell
~33.5
Part number
Cable
group
Note
FFA.00.250.GTAC22
FFA.00.250.GTAC29
FFA.00.250.GTAC31
1
2-3-4
8
●
●
●
~25.5
ø7
S7
Part number
S6
M1
Cable assembly
● Available
● On request
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FFE Straight plug with front sealing ring, cable
collet and nut for fitting a strain relief
~33.5
Part number
Cable
group
Note
FFE.00.250.NTAC22Z
FFE.00.250.NTAC29Z
FFE.00.250.NTAC31Z
1
2-3-4
8
●
●
●
ø 7.4
~25.5
S6
M1
FFF
~26
Cable assembly
Straight plug, non-latching,
with cable collet
ø 6.4
~18
S 4.5
Note: the strain
relief must be
ordered separately
(see page 29).
Part number
Cable
group
Note
FFF.00.250.NTAC22
FFF.00.250.NTAC29
FFF.00.250.NTAC31
1
2-3-4
8
●
●
●
M1
Cable assembly
FFS Straight plug with cable crimping
L
ø 6.4
M
S 5.5
S 5.5
Part number
Cable
group
FFS.00.250.NTCE24
FFS.00.250.NTCE30
FFS.00.250.NTCE31
FFS.00.250.NTCE35
FFS.00.250.NTCE44
FFS.00.250.NTCE52
FFS.00.250.NTCE56
1
2
3-4
8
5
6
7
Dim.
L M
31
31
31
31
31
34
31
Note
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
23
23
23
23
23
26
23
Note: the
strain relief
must be
ordered
separately
(see page
29).
M4
Cable assembly, crimp contact
M5
Cable assembly, solder contact (on request)
FFV Straight plug for cable crimping
with improved screen efficiency
L
ø 6.4
M
S 5.5
S 5.5
Part number
Cable
group
FFV.00.250.NTCE24
FFV.00.250.NTCE30
FFV.00.250.NTCE31
FFV.00.250.NTCE35
FFV.00.250.NTCE44
FFV.00.250.NTCE52
FFV.00.250.NTCE56
1
2
3-4
8
5
6
7
Dim.
L M
31
31
31
31
31
34
31
Note
23
23
23
23
23
26
23
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Note: the
strain relief
must be
ordered
separately
(see page
29).
M4
Cable assembly, crimp contact
M5
Cable assembly, solder contact (on request)
FLA Elbow plug (90°) with cable collet
17.5
Part number
Cable
group
Note
FLA.00.250.NTAC22
FLA.00.250.NTAC27
FLA.00.250.NTAC31
1
2-4
3-8
●
●
●
9
~16
9.5
S 4.5
M6
14
Cable assembly
● Available
● On request
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FLS Elbow plug (90°) cable crimping
17.5
Part number
9
9.5
H
FLS.00.250.NTAE24
FLS.00.250.NTAE31
FLS.00.250.NTAE35
FLS.00.250.NTAE52
FLS.00.250.NTAE56
M7
Cable
group
H
(mm)
Note
1
3-4
8
6
7
15
15
15
18
15
●
●
●
●
●
Cable assembly
FLV Elbow plug (90°) cable crimping
with improved screen efficiency
Part number
17.5
9
FLV.00.250.NTAE24
FLV.00.250.NTAE30
FLV.00.250.NTAE31
FLV.00.250.NTAE35
FLV.00.250.NTAE52
FLV.00.250.NTAE56
H
9.5
M7
Cable
group
H
(mm)
Note
1
2
3-4
8
6
7
15
15
15
15
18
15
●
●
●
●
●
●
Cable assembly
FAA Straight plug, non-latching, nut fixing
15.5
S9
9
2 maxi
ø8
ø5
ø 10.3
M7x0.5
Part number
Weight
Note
(g)
FAA.00.250.NTA
P5
S 6.3
2.5
●
Panel cut-out
FAB Straight plug, non-latching, riveted fixing
10.8
8.8
ø 12
ø5
ø7
Part number
Weight
Note
(g)
FAB.00.250.NTA
P1
1.8 maxi
2.5
●
Panel cut-out
FPA Straight plug, non-latching,
for printed circuit
7
17
Part number
ø5
ø 0.9
ø 0.7
14
5.08
Weight
Note
(g)
FPA.00.250.NTD
2.5
●
P11 PCB drilling pattern
● Available
● On request
15
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FPL Elbow plug (90°), non-latching
for printed circuit
7
ø5
5.08
Part number
17.5
Weight
Note
(g)
7
10
FPL.00.250.NTD
2.5
●
P10 PCB drilling pattern
ø 0.7
ERA Fixed receptacle, nut fixing
15
S9
1
ø8
M7x0.5
ø 10.3
Part number
5.5 maxi
S 6.3
ERA.00.250.NTL
P5
Weight
Note
(g)
2.8
●
Panel cut-out
ERN Fixed receptacle, nut fixing,
with earthing tags
15
S9
1
ø8
M7x0.5
ø 10.3
Part number
5.5 maxi
S 6.3
ERN.00.250.NTL
P5
Weight
Note
(g)
2.8
●
Panel cut-out
ERC Fixed receptacle, nut fixing,
with slots in flange
15
Part number
ø8
1.6
M7x0.5
1
ERC.00.250.NTL
P3
Weight
Note
(g)
2.2
●
Panel cut-out
ERE Fixed receptacle, nut fixing,
with conical lead-in
15
S9
1
ø8
M7x0.5
ø 10.3
Part number
5.5 maxi
S 6.3
ERE.00.250.NTL
P5
2.8
Panel cut-out
● Available
16
Weight
Note
(g)
● On request
●
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ERT Straight receptacle without thread,
force or adhesive fit
15
7 ± 0.03
1
Part number
Weight
Note
(g)
ø8
ERT.00.250.NTL
P4
2.2
●
Panel cut-out
ERM Fixed receptacle, nut fixing,
with microswitch
20
S9
1
ø8
ø 10.3
A
M7x0.5
Part number
5.5 maxi
Weight
Note
(g)
ERM.00.250.NTL
S 6.3
P5
3.0
●
Panel cut-out
B
ECP Fixed receptacle with two nuts
15
2
ø 9.5
M7x0.5
ø9
Part number
Weight
Note
(g)
ECP.00.250.NTL
P1
4 maxi
3.3
●
Panel cut-out
EPA-EPB Straight receptacle for printed circuit
7
17
14
12
EPA.00.250.NTN
EPB.00.250.NTN
ø 6.8
ø 0.7
L
(mm)
Part number
5.08
L
Weight
Note
(g)
3.4
3.3
●
●
P10 PCB drilling pattern
EPC Straight receptacle for printed circuit
with clearance under the body
7
17
5.08
Part number
ø 6.8
ø 0.7
14
Weight
Note
(g)
EPC.00.250.NTN
3.3
●
P10 PCB drilling pattern
● Available
● On request
17
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EPE Fixed receptacle with two nuts,
for printed circuit
17
14
7
2.5
S9
5.08
ø 0.7
P1
3.5 maxi
Weight
Note
(g)
EPE.00.250.NTN
ø 10
10.3
M7x0.5
Part number
S8
4.2
●
Panel cut-out
P12 PCB drilling pattern
EPL-EPM Elbow receptacle (90°)
for printed circuit
7
ø 6.8
5.08
H
(mm)
Part number
10
13
EPL.00.250.NTN
EPM.00.250.NTN
4.3
4.5
●
●
H
7
17.5
Weight
Note
(g)
P10 PCB drilling pattern
ø 0.7
EPK Elbow receptacle (90°) for printed circuit
with clearance under the body
7
ø 6.8
5.08
Part number
Weight
Note
(g)
17.5
10
7
EPK.00.250.NTN
4.2
●
P10 PCB drilling pattern
ø 0.7
EPS Elbow receptacle (90°) with two nuts,
for printed circuit
7
5.08
ø 10.3
M7x0.5
2.5
Part number
S9
17.5
S8
EPS.00.250.NTN
18
ø 10
7
10
P1
ø 0.7
4 maxi
Weight
Note
(g)
5.3
Panel cut-out
P12 PCB drilling pattern
● Available
● On request
●
®
8.7 maxi
8.3 mini
1.7 maxi
1.3 mini
0.8
5.08
®
ø 1.5
EPN Straight receptacle for press mounting
in pair on printed circuit
14
Part number
Weight
Note
(g)
7
10.7
ø6
3.5
EPN.00.250.NTN
ø 0.9
P9
3.6
●
PCB drilling pattern
2
EPY Elbow receptacle (90°) for printed circuit,
with two vertical receptacles
5.08
2.42
ø 6.8
Part number
EPY.00.250.NTN
●
14.3
10.5
17.8
7.5
12.8
P13 PCB drilling pattern
21.5
8
Weight
Note
(g)
ø 0.7
PCA Free receptacle with cable collet
Part number
Cable
group
Note
PCA.00.250.NTLC22
PCA.00.250.NTLC29
PCA.00.250.NTLC31
1
2-3-4
8
●
●
●
ø 6.5
~25
S 4.5
M1
Cable assembly
● Available
● On request
19
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PCS Free receptacle with cable crimping
ø 6.5
L
S 5.5
Part number
Cable
group
PCS.00.250.NTME24
PCS.00.250.NTME30
PCS.00.250.NTME31
PCS.00.250.NTME35
PCS.00.250.NTME44
PCS.00.250.NTME52
1
2
3-4
8
5
6
Dim.
Note
L
30
30
30
30
30
33
●
●
●
●
●
●
Note: the
strain relief
must be
ordered separately (see
page 29).
M4
Cable assembly, crimp contact
M5
Cable assembly, solder contact (on request)
PSA Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, with cable collet
~25
S9
ø 10.3
ø8
M7x0.5
S 4.5
Part number
Cable
group
Note
PSA.00.250.NTLC22
PSA.00.250.NTLC29
PSA.00.250.NTLC31
1
2-3-4
8
●
●
●
1
5.5 maxi
S 6.3
M1
Cable assembly
P5
Panel cut-out
PSS Fixedreceptacle,nut fixing,withcablecrimping
Part number
Cable
group
Note
PSS.00.250.NTME24
PSS.00.250.NTME30
PSS.00.250.NTME31
PSS.00.250.NTME35
1
2
3-4
8
●
●
●
●
30
1
S 5.5
M7x0.5
ø8
ø 10.3
S9
5.5 maxi
S 6.3
Note: the strain
relief must be
ordered separately
(see page 29).
M4
Cable assembly, crimp contact
M5
Cable assembly, solder contact (on request)
P5
Panel cut-out
PES Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, with cable crimping (back panel mounting)
30
S 5.5
2.5 maxi
Part number
Cable
group
Note
PES.00.250.NTME31
PES.00.250.NTME35
3-4
8
●
●
2.5
ø 10
M7x0.5
S 6.3
S8
Note: the strain
relief must be
ordered separately
(see page 29).
M4
Cable assembly, crimp contact
M5
Cable assembly, solder contact (on request)
P5
Panel cut-out
FRT Straight plug with resistor or shorted
33
25
ø 6.4
Part number
FRT.00.250.NTA00
FRT.00.250.NTA50
● Available
20
Resistor
Weight
(g)
Note
shorted
50 Ω 1/8W
4.4
4.4
●
●
● On request
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FLR Elbow plug (90°) with resistor
17.5
9
9.5
Part number
18.5
FLR.00.250.NTA50
Resistance
Weight
(g)
Note
50 Ω 1/8W
5.6
●
RAD Fixed coupler, nut fixing
22
1
M7x0.5
5.5 maxi
Part number
ø 10.3
ø8
S9
RAD.00.250.NTM
P5
S 6.3
Weight
Note
(g)
3.8
●
Panel cut-out
RMA Free coupler
22
ø 6.5
Part number
RMA.00.250.NTM
Weight
Note
(g)
2.7
●
FTR Elbow plug (90°) with receptacle
18.5
Part number
17.5
9.5
9
FTR.00.250.NTA
Weight
Note
(g)
5.4
●
FTA T-plug with two in-line receptacles
30
Part number
17.5
9.5
9
FTA.00.250.NTF
● Available
Weight
Note
(g)
7.8
●
● On request
21
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FTL
T-plug with two receptacles (90°)
28
9
20
Part number
18.5
FTL.00.250.NTF
Weight
Note
(g)
7.1
●
FTY Straight plug with two parallel receptacles
29.5
7
21.5
7
16
Part number
FTY.00.250.NTF
Weight
Note
(g)
12.5
●
HGP Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, watertight
17
1.5
S9
ø 11
M7x0.5
ø 10.3
Part number
HGP.00.250.NTLP
P1
Weight
Note
(g)
4.2
●
Panel cut-out
8 maxi
HGW Fixed receptacle, nut fixing,
with rear sealing ring
15
S9
1
ø8
M7x0.5
ø 13
Part number
HGW.00.250.NTLP
P1
5.8 maxi
Weight
Note
(g)
4.2
●
Panel cut-out
EWF Fixed receptacle, nut fixing, vacuumtight
(back panel mounting)
17
3
S9
S9
9 maxi
ø 10.3
ø 11
M7x0.5
Part number
EWF.00.250.NTLPV
P1
4.2
Panel cut-out
● Available
22
Weight
Note
(g)
● On request
●
®
®
EWV Fixed receptacle, vacuumtight
17
3
EWV.00.250.NTLPV
ø 11
M7x0.5
Part number
P2
Weight
Note
(g)
3.7
●
Panel cut-out
SWH Fixed coupler, nut fixing, vacuumtight
24.5
1.5
M7x0.5
ø 11
ø 10.3
S9
7.5 maxi
Part number
SWH.00.250.NTMV
P1
Weight
Note
(g)
5.2
●
Panel cut-out
ABF Adaptor from LEMO plug to BNC receptacle
36
28
ø 11.5
Part number
ABF.00.250.NTA
Weight
Note
(g)
8.3
●
APF Adaptor from LEMO plug
to CINCH receptacle
Part number
Colour
of the ring
Weight
(g)
Note
7
7
●
●
43
APF.00.250.DTAB
APF.00.250.DTAR
white
red
ø 8.3
ø 6.4
34.5
ABA Adaptor from LEMO receptacle
to BNC plug
28.5
ø 14.5
Part number
ABA.00.250.NTL
● Available
Weight
Note
(g)
18.7
●
● On request
23
®
®
ABC Adaptor from LEMO receptacle
to BNC receptacle
29.5
ABC.00.250.NTM
Weight
Note
(g)
17
●
ABD Adaptor from LEMO receptacle
to BNC fixed receptacle
29.5
S 16
S 17
Part number
19.5
1/2-28 UNEF - 2A
ø 14.5
Part number
ABD.00.250.NTM
P7
25
●
Panel cut-out
ABB Adaptor from LEMO fixed receptacle
to BNC receptacle
Part number
ø 14
S 11
21.4
5 maxi
3/8-32 UNEF - 2A
S 11.5
Weight
Note
(g)
ABB.00.250.NTM
P6
Weight
Note
(g)
9.4
●
Panel cut-out
9.5 maxi
S 8.7
ACA Adaptor from LEMO receptacle to C plug
31
ø 19.5
Part number
ACA.00.250.NTL
Weight
Note
(g)
32
●
ACB Adaptor from LEMO receptacle to C
receptacle
35.7
ø 19
Part number
ACB.00.250.NTM
● Available
24
Weight
Note
(g)
50.3
● On request
●
®
®
AGG Adaptor from LEMO receptacle
to General-Radio receptacle type 874
46.5
ø 20.6
Part number
AGG.00.250.NTM
Weight
Note
(g)
20
●
AGH Adaptor from LEMO receptacle to UHF
plug
26
ø 18.5
Part number
AGH.00.250.NTL
Weight
Note
(g)
13.8
●
ANA Adaptor from LEMO receptacle to N plug
33.5
ø 20.5
Part number
ANA.00.250.NTL
Weight
Note
(g)
38
●
5/8 - 24 UNEF - 2A
ANB Adaptor from LEMO receptacle to N
receptacle
Part number
45.5
61.7
●
5/8 - 24 UNEF - 2A
ø 17.5
ANB.00.250.NTM
Weight
Note
(g)
ANC Adaptor from LEMO receptacle
to N fixed receptacle
45
S 19
Part number
21.8
ANC.00.250.NTM
P8
S 13.5
17 maxi
Weight
Note
(g)
63.5
●
Panel cut-out
● Available
● On request
25
®
ASA Adaptor from LEMO receptacle
to SMA plug
30
9
Part number
ASA.00.250.NTL
Weight
Note
(g)
4.9
●
S8
1 / 4 - 36 UNS - 2A
ASB Adaptor from LEMO receptacle
to SMA receptacle
30.8
Part number
Weight
Note
(g)
4.6
●
9
ASB.00.250.NTM
S8
1 / 4 - 36 UNS - 2A
ASF Adaptor from LEMO plug
to SMA receptacle
31.8
23.8
Part number
Weight
Note
(g)
4.6
●
9
ASF.00.250.NTA
S8
ASG Adaptor from LEMO plug to SMA plug
31
23
Part number
9
®
ASG.00.250.NTC
Weight
Note
(g)
4.9
S8
● Available
● On request
●
®
®
Assembled Cables
MFB models
MSB models
Delay lines
Part number
MFB.00.250.RTE005
MFB.00.250.RTE010
MFB.00.250.RTE020
MFB.00.250.RTE030
MFB.00.250.RTE040
MFB.00.250.RTE050
MFB.00.250.RTE060
MFB.00.250.RTE080
MFB.00.250.RTE100
MFB.00.250.RTE160
MFB.00.250.RTE200
MFB.00.250.RTE320
MFB.00.250.RTE640
Assembled Cables
Delay
(ns)
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
16.0
20.0
32.0
64.0
Part number
MSB.00.250.RTE005
MSB.00.250.RTE010
MSB.00.250.RTE020
MSB.00.250.RTE030
MSB.00.250.RTE040
MSB.00.250.RTE050
MSB.00.250.RTE060
MSB.00.250.RTE080
MSB.00.250.RTE100
MSB.00.250.RTE160
MSB.00.250.RTE200
MSB.00.250.RTE320
MSB.00.250.RTE640
Length
(cm)
Part number
MFB.00.250.LTE010
MFB.00.250.LTE020
MFB.00.250.LTE030
MFB.00.250.LTE040
MFB.00.250.LTE050
MFB.00.250.LTE060
MFB.00.250.LTE080
MFB.00.250.LTE100
MFB.00.250.LTE150
MFB.00.250.LTE200
MFB.00.250.LTE300
MFB.00.250.LTE400
MFB.00.250.LTE500
10
20
30
40
50
60
80
100
150
200
300
400
500
Part number
MSB.00.250.LTE010
MSB.00.250.LTE020
MSB.00.250.LTE030
MSB.00.250.LTE040
MSB.00.250.LTE050
MSB.00.250.LTE060
MSB.00.250.LTE080
MSB.00.250.LTE100
MSB.00.250.LTE150
MSB.00.250.LTE200
MSB.00.250.LTE300
MSB.00.250.LTE400
MSB.00.250.LTE500
Note: the standard cable used to manufacture these cable assemblies is CCH.99.281.505 (LEMO) as per IEC.50.2.1 standard. On request, this type of
cable can be replaced by other coaxial cables. Other cable lengths are available on request.
Accessories
Fitting of the cord
Slide the plug into the loop of the cord. Place the loop
into the groove in front of the collet nut and tighten the
loop.
BFA Plug Caps
Part number
BFA.00.100.PCSG
Weight
(g)
0.7
10.4
ø 7.5
10
60
Note: upon request, this cap can be supplied in black and the last letter
“G” of the part number should be replaced with “N”.
●
●
●
●
●
Body material: Polyoxymethylen (POM) grey
Cord material: Polyamid 6, white
O ring material: Silicone rubber
Maximum operating temperature: 100°C
Watertightness: IP61 according to IEC 529
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BRA Blanking cap for fixed receptacle and free
straight receptacle
9
3.2
10.4
ø 7.5
Part number
0.6
Note: upon request, this cap can be supplied in black and the
last letter “G” of the part number should be replaced with “N”.
60
ø 3.2
BRA.00.200.PCSG
Weight
(g)
● O-ring material: Silicone rubber
● Maximum operating temperature: 100°C
● Watertightness: IP61 according to IEC 529
● Body material: Polyoxymethylen (POM) grey
● Cord material: Polyamid 6, white
Fitting of the cord
Slide the receptacle into the loop of the cord. Place
the loop into the groove in front of the collet nut
and tighten the loop.
BRD Blanking cap for free receptacle
Part number
9
BRD.00.200.PCSG
Weight
(g)
0.5
3.2
10.4
ø 7.5
Note: upon request, this cap can be supplied in black and the
last letter “G” of the part number should be replaced with “N”.
60
●
●
●
●
●
Body material: Polyoxymethylen (POM) grey
Cord material: Polyamid 6, white
O-ring material: Silicone rubber
Maximum operating temperature: 100°C
Watertightness: IP61 according to IEC 529
BRE Blanking cap for fixed receptacle,
free receptacle and coupler
8.8
6.5
3.5
Part number
ø 3.2
60
ø8
BRE.00.200.NAS
●
●
●
●
●
Weight
(g)
6.5
Body material: Brass (UNS C 38500), nickel-plated (3 µm)
Cable material: Stainless steel
O-ring material: Silicone rubber or FPM
Maximum operating temperature: 250°C
Watertightness: IP61 according to IEC 529
GCD Earthing cap
ø8
øC
L
S7
Part number
GCD.00.020.LA
GCD.00.032.LA
GCD.00.050.LA
Cable
group
1
2-3-4
6
Dim.
L C
12
16
19
2.0
3.2
5.0
Note: the braid of the cable should be soldered onto the back
of the cap.
● Material: Brass (UNS C 38500) gold-plated (0.5 µm)
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FFS Crimp ferrule
Part number
øA
FFS.00.160.DN
FFS.00.161.MN
FFS.00.162.DN
FFS.00.163.DN
FFS.00.164.DN
FFV.00.160.DN
Cable
group
Dim.
øA
1
2-3-4
8
5
6
7
3.1
3.8
4.4
5.3
6.2
6.3
Note: receptacles and plugs to be crimped are always supplied
with a crimp ferrule. To order this accessory separately, use the
above part numbers.
● Material: Copper (UNS C 18700) nickel-plated (3µm)
GMB Strain relief
22
ø Cable
max min
øA
Part number
GMB.00.025.DG
GMB.00.028.DG
GMB.00.032.DG
A
B
G
Color
blue
white
grey
Ref.
J
M
N
Color
yellow
brown
black
Ref.
R
S
V
2.5
2.8
3.2
Nut for fitting the
strain relief part nb
2.5
2.8
3.2
FFM.00.130.LN
FFM.00.130.LN
FFM.00.130.LN
Note:
a) for use with all crimp models and nut for fitting a strain relief
b) the last letter of the part number “G” specifies the color grey.
Refer to the table to the left to define another color and
replace the letter “G” by the one corresponding to the color
required.
Color
red
orange
green
● Material: Polyurethan (Desmopan 786)
● Operating temperature: -40°C + 80°C
GRA Insulating washers
Weight
(g)
Part number
GRA.00.269.GG
0.1
Note:
a) receptacles and plugs mounted on panels can be fitted with
insulating washers. The nine colors available combined with
those for the strain reliefs makes color coding possible.
b) the last letter of the part number “G” specifies the color grey.
Refer to the table below to define another color and replace
the letter “G” with the one corresponding to the color
required.
1.8
ø10
1
6.4
● Material: Polyamid (PA.6)
● Operating temperature: -40°C + 80°C
Ref.
ø 8.8
Ref.
2.8
3.1
3.5
Dim.
A
A
B
G
3.5 maxi
Color
blue
white
grey
Ref.
J
M
N
Color
yellow
brown
black
Ref.
R
S
V
Color
red
orange
green
GBA Locking washer
ø9.5
ø7.1
Part number
1
GBA.00.250.FN
Weight
(g)
0.2
Note: receptacles and plugs are always supplied with a locking
washer. To order this accessory separately, use the above part
number.
● Material: Brass (UNS C 52100) nickel-plated (3 µm)
29
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GBB Tapered washer
ø9
2
ø 7.1
Part number
Weight
(g)
GBB.00.250.LN
0.2
Note: to order this accessory separately, use the above part
number.
● Material: Brass (UNS C 38500) nickel-plated (3 µm)
GEA Hexagonal nut
9
2
M7 x 0.5
Part number
10.3
GEA.00.240.LN
Weight
(g)
0.6
Note: receptacles and plugs are supplied with a hexagonal nut
as standard. To order this accessory separately, use the above
part number. The last letters “LN” of the part number refer to the
nut material and treatment. If a nut in aluminum alloy is desired,
replace the last letters of the part number by “PT”.
● Material:
– Brass (UNS C 38500) nickel-plated (3 µm)
– Aluminum alloy (AA 6012) natural anodized
GEB Round nut
Part number
ø9
M7 x 0.5
4
GEB.00.240.LN
Weight
(g)
0.8
Note: to order this accessory separately, use the above part
number.
● Material: Brass (UNS C 38500) nickel-plated (3 µm)
GEC Conical nut
Part number
8
M7 x 0.5
Weight
(g)
2.5
GEC.00.240.LN
0.6
ø 10
Note: to order this accessory separately, use the above part
number.
● Material: Brass (UNS C 38500) nickel-plated (3 µm)
GCA Earthing Washer
ø 9.5
0.4
ø 7.1
18.2
Part number
GCA.00.255.LT
Weight
(g)
0.2
● Material: Brass (UNS C 27400) treated CuSnZn (2 µm)
30
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Tooling
DCG Spanner for hexagonal nut
50
Part number
of the nut
40
Part number
DCG.91.149.0TN
GEA.00.240.LN
● Material: Blackened steel
ø 14
DCA Spanner for hexagonal nut with locator
for flats on receptacle thread
65 maxi
50
Part number
of the nut
Part number
DCA.91.149.0TN
GEA.00.240.LN
● Material: Blackened steel
ø 14
DCB Spanner for round nut
50
Part number
of the nut
40
Part number
DCB.91.119.0TN
GEB.00.240.LN
● Material: Blackened steel
ø 11
DCN Spanner for assembling plug
with 3 latches
ø9
12
42
Part number
DCN.91.905.0TK
● Material: Blackened steel
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DCP Collet nut wrench
Part number
M
DCP.99.045.TC
DCP.99.050.TC
DCP.99.055.TC
DCP.99.060.TC
S1
L
70
78
78
78
Dimensions
M
N
2
2
2
2
10.5
12.6
12.6
12.6
S1
4.5
5.0
5.5
6.0
N
S1
● Material: Chrome-plated steel
L
DCR Extraction tool for plugs
Part number
DCR.91.106.PT
150
ø 12
ø 9.6
● Material: Aluminum alloy
Note: this type of tool has been produced in order to facilitate
the mating and unmating of plugs and is particularly useful in
high density applications.
6
DPE Crimping tool with die
Part number
DPE.99.123.1K
DPE.99.123.8K
DPE.99.124.3K
DPE.99.125.2K
DPE.99.176.2K
Cable
group
1
2-3-4
8
5
6-7
DPN Dies
Part number
DPN.99.123.1K
DPN.99.123.8K
DPN.99.124.3K
DPN.99.125.2K
DPN.99.176.2K
A
B
for contacts
32
1
2-3-4
8
5
6-7
● Die material: Blackened steel
A
B
L
Cable
group
for shield
Die dimension
For contacts
For shield
A
B
L
A
B
1.29
1.29
1.29
1.29
1.71
0.91
0.91
0.91
0.91
1.21
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.5
3.10
3.80
4.36
5.20
6.20
2.70
3.30
3.78
4.50
5.37
®
®
Cut-Out
Panel cut-out
B
+ 0.1
0
L mini
e
øA
+ 0.1
0
Model
P1
HGP-HGW-SWH-ECP
EPE-EPS-FAB-EWF
P2
P3
P4
P5
EWV
ERC
ERT
Other models 1)
–
–
0
7-0.02
7.1
P6
P7
P8
ABB
ABD
ANC
9.7 9.0 15.0
12.9 11.7 20.5
16.1 13.7 24.0
A
7.1
–
14.5
e
–
–
12.0 M7x0.5
–
9.0 M7x0.5
–
–
–
6.5 14.5
–
–
–
–
B
+ 0.1
0
L mini
Dimensions
B
L
Cut-out
øA
+ 0.1
0
Note: 1) If these models are used with a tapered washer GBB, the panel cut-out
must be according P1.
Recommended mounting nut torque: 2.5 Nm.
PCB drilling pattern
Cut-out
L1 mini
Model
L1 mini
ø A + 00.1
B
B
ø A + 00.1
B
B
= =
= =
L mini
øC
+ 0.1
0
L mini
øC
P9
P10
P11
P12
EPN
Other models
FPA
EPE-EPS
P13
EPY
A
Dimensions
B
L
L1
C
0.9
0.8
5.08
5.08
–
8.0
2.0
2.9
–
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
5.08 8.0
5.08 14.5
5.08 9.0
2.9
9.4
3.9
1.0
0.8
0.8
+ 0.1
0
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Terminated Instructions
Terminating of plugs and straight receptacles with cable collet
5
M1
4
M2
M3
3
1
Straight plug
2
5
Free receptacle
3
4
5
1
Fixed receptacle
nut fixing
1.
Cable preparation
First place the strain relief (if to be used) on the cable.
Strip the cable according to dimensions below.
L ± 0.2
S ± 0.2
T ± 0.2
2.
Cable
group
T
M1
S
L
T
M2
S
L
T
M3
S
L
1-2-3-4-8
6-7
4
–
4.5
–
8
–
–
7.5
–
8.5
–
13
5
–
5
–
8
–
Cable termination
2.1 Place the collet nut ➀ and the collet ➁ on the cable. Fold back the
shield braid onto the conical part of the collet, and trim to the outer
edge of the collet
Solder
2.2 Slide the subassembly ➂ to trap the shield braid and solder the
center conductor into the contact.
Solder
2.3 Slide the insulator ➃ onto the subassembly ➂ until it rests against the
earthing sleeve of the subassembly ➂.
2.4 Slide the assembly into the connector outer shell ➄. Screw the collet
nut ➀ into the connector outer shell ➄ using the appropriate tool and
tighten to a torque of 0.25 Nm (see “Tooling” on page 31 and 32).
Push the strain relief (if used) onto the collet nut.
Note: these terminating instructions apply to the following models:
M1 = FFA, FFE, FFF, PCA, PSA
M2 = FFY
M3 = FFC
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Terminating of plugs and straight receptacles with cable crimping (crimp contact)
4
®
M4
2
3
Straight plug
1
4
Free receptacle
3
2
4
Fixed receptacle
nut fixing
1.
Cable preparation
First place the strain relief (if to be used) on the cable.
Strip the cable according to dimensions below.
L ± 0.2
S ± 0.2
Cable
group
T
M4
S
L
1-2-3-4-5-8
6-7
7
7
15
15
19.5
21.5
T ± 0.2
2.
Cable termination
2.1 Place crimp ferrule ➀ on the cable. Widen the shield braid. Slide the
subassembly ➁ into the cable until the insulator rests against the
dielectric and the cable conductor is visible through the contact inspection hole.
Crimp
2.2 Crimp the contact with the LEMO crimping tool using the square
hole (see “Tooling” on page 32).
Gently pull the cable in order to check the crimping.
Crimp
2.3 Slide the crimp ferrule ➀ onto the braiding until it rests against the
crimp backnut of the subassembly ➁. Crimp with the same LEMO
crimping tool using the hexagonal opening.
Slide the insulator ➂ onto the subassembly ➁.
2.4 Slide the assembly into the connector shell ➃ and screw it onto the
subassembly ➁. Tighten using the appropriate tool to a torque of
0.25 Nm (see “Tooling” on page 31 and 32). Push the strain relief (if
used) onto the crimp ferrule ➀.
Note: these terminating instructions apply to the following models:
M4 = FFS, FFV, PCS, PSS, PES
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Terminating of plugs and straight receptacles with cable crimping (solder contact)
4
M5
2
3
Straight plug
1
4
Free receptacle
3
2
4
Fixed receptacle
nut fixing
1.
Cable preparation
First place the strain relief (if to be used) on the cable.
Strip the cable according to dimensions below.
L ± 0.2
S ± 0.2
Cable
group
T
M5
S
L
1-2-3-4-5-8
6-7
5
5
12
12
17
19
T ± 0.2
2.
Cable terminating
2.1 Place the crimp ferrule ➀ on the cable. Widen the shield braid. Slide
the subassembly ➁ over the cable until the insulator rests against
the dielectric and the cable conductor is visible through the contact
solder hole.
2.2 Solder the conductor through the hole.
Solder
Solder
2.3 Slide the crimp ferrule ➀ onto the shield until it rests against the
crimp backnut of the subassembly ➁. Crimp with the LEMO crimping
tool using the hexagonal opening (see “Tooling” on page 32).
Slide the insulator ➂ onto the subassembly ➁.
2.4 Slide the assembly into the connector shell ➃ and screw it onto the
subassembly ➁. Tighten using the appropriate tool to a torque of
0.25 Nm (see tooling on pages 31 and 32).
Push the strain relief (if used) onto the crimp ferrule.
Note: these terminating instructions apply to the following models:
M5 = FFS, FFV, PCS, PSS, PES
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Terminating of elbow plugs (90°) with cable collet
3
4
M6
and cable crimp
®
M7
5
2
3
4
2
1
1
1.
First place the strain relief
(if to be used) on the cable.
Strip the cable according to
dimensions below.
L ± 0.2
S ± 0.2
T ± 0.2
2.
Solder
1.
Cable preparation
Cable
group
1-2-3-4-8
First place the strain relief
(if to be used) on the cable.
Strip the cable according to
dimensions below.
L ± 0.2
S ± 0.2
T ± 0.2
T
M6
S
L
1
3.5
6.5
2.
Cable terminating
Cable preparation
Cable
group
T
M7
S
L
1-2-3-4-8
6-7
1
3
4.5
4.5
9
11
Cable terminating
2.1 Place the crimp ferrule ➀ and
collet ➁ on the cable. Fold
back the shield braid onto the
conical part of the collet, and
trim to outer edge of the
collet.
2.1 Place the cable crimp ferrule
➀ on the cable and widen the
braiding.
2.2 Slide the assembly into the
connector shell ➂ and tighten
the collet nut ➀ using the
appropriate tool to a torque
of 0.25 Nm (see “Tooling” on
page 31 and 32). Check that
the cable conductor rests in
the contact slot, solder the
conductor through the hole.
2.2 Slide the cable into the
connector shell ➁. Check that
cable conductor rests in the
contact slot, tin solder the
conductor through the hole.
Slide the crimp ferrule ➀ over
the braiding until it reaches
the connector shell ➁. Crimp
with the LEMO crimp tool
using the hexagonal opening
(see “Tooling” on page 32).
Solder
2.3 Place the insulating sleeve ➃
over the soldered contact.
2.3 Place the insulating sleeve ➂
over the soldered contact.
2.4 Close the access hole with
the flat screw ➄.
Push the strain relief (if used)
onto the collet nut ➀.
2.4 Close the connector hole
with the flat screw ➃.
Push the strain relief (if used)
onto the crimping tube ➀.
Note: these terminating instructions apply to the following models:
Note: these terminating instructions apply to the following models:
M6 = FLA
M7 = FLS, FLV
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Recommended coaxial cables
Dimensions and characteristics
Standard / Part number (supplier)
Imp.
(Ω)
Conductor
Construction
Mat.
MIL-C-17
CCTU 10-01A
CEI 96-2
RG.58C/U
KX 15
50-3-1
50 ± 2 Ω
19x0.18
-
50 ± 2 Ω
50-2-1
50-1-1
75-2-1
75-2-2
50-2-3
50-1-2
50-2-2
RG.142B/U
RG.174A/U
RG.178B/U
RG.179B/U
RG.180B/U
RG.187A/U
RG.188A/U
RG.196A/U
RG.316/U
KX 3A
KX 21A
KX 22A
Construction and dimensions
Dielectric
Shield
ø
Mat.
ø
Mat.
ø
Sheath
Mat.
ø
Weight
kg/100
m
CuSn
0.90
PE
2.95
CuSn
3.60
PVC*
4.95
3.80
solid
CuStAg
0.95
PTFE
2.95
CuAg
CuAg
2nd : 4.20
FEP
4.95
6.60
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
75 ± 3 Ω
95 ± 5 Ω
75 ± 3 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
7x0.16
7x0.10
7x0.10
7x0.10
7x0.10
7x0.18
7x0.10
7x0.18
CuSt
CuStAg
CuStAg
CuStAg
CuStAg
CuStAg
CuStAg
CuStAg
0.48
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.54
0.30
0.54
PE
PTFE
PTFE
PTFE
PTFE
PTFE
PTFE
PTFE
1.50
0.87
1.50
2.60
1.50
1.50
0.87
1.50
CuSn
CuAg
CuAg
CuAg
CuAg
CuAg
CuAg
CuAg
2.00
1.40
2.00
3.10
2.00
2.00
1.37
2.10
PVC*
FEP
FEP
FEP
PTFE
PTFE
PTFE
FEP
2.60
1.80
2.50
3.60
2.60
2.60
2.10
2.50
1.10
0.85
1.50
3.20
1.60
1.60
1.10
1.60
50-2-1
50-3-1
50-1-1
50-2-2
50-2-1
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
50 ± 2 Ω
7x0.16
19x0.18
7x0.10
7x0.17
7x0.17
7x0.16
7x0.18
CuSt
CuSn
CuStAg
CuStAg
CuStAg
Cu
Cu
0.48
0.90
0.30
0.51
0.51
0.48
0.54
PE
PE
PTFE
PTFE
PTFE
PE
PE
1.52
2.95
0.86
1.52
1.52
1.32
1.50
CuSn
CuSn
CuAg
CuAg
CuAg
Cu
Cu
1.9
2.2
PVC
PVC
FEP
PTFE
FEP
PVC
PoF
2.55
4.95
1.85
2.60
2.50
2.70
2.80
1.15
1.30
8216
8262
83265
83269
83284
HF-2114
CCH.99.281.505
(Belden)
(Belden)
(Belden)
(Belden)
(Belden)
(Dätwyler)
(Lemo)1)
421.099
(Storm)
-
50 ± 2 Ω
7x0.16
CuStAg
0.50
PTFE
1.52
CuAg
CuAg
1st : 2.00
2nd : 2.50 FEP
3.05
1.95
G02232D-60
(H+S)
-
50 ± 2 Ω
7x0.16
Cu
0.50
PE
1.50
CuAg
CuSn
1st : 1.95
2nd : 2.50 PVC
3.10
2.10
Notes: all dimensions are in millimeters.
1) Fire resistant according IEC 332-1.
Cu
CuAg
CuSn
CuSt
CuStAg
Bare copper
Silver-plated copper
Tinned copper
Copper-plated steel
Silvered copper plated steel
FEP
PE
PoF
PTFE
Extruded Fluorethylenpropylen
Polyethylen
Polyolefin
Wrapped or extruded
Polytetrafluorethylen
PVC
PVC*
Polyvinylchlorid
Polyvinylchlorid
(Qual.lla MIL-C-17)
Technical tables
VSWR effect on transmitted power
VSWR
VSWR
(dB)
1.00
1.01
1.02
1.03
1.04
1.05
1.06
1.07
1.08
1.09
1.10
1.11
1.12
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
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Return
loss
(dB)
46.1
40.1
36.6
34.2
32.3
30.7
29.4
28.3
27.3
26.4
25.7
24.9
Transmiss. Reflected Transmit. Reflected
loss
voltage
power
power
(dB)
coefficient
(%)
(%)
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.003
0.003
0.004
0.005
0.006
0.008
0.010
0.012
0.014
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.01
0.03
0.02
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.04
0.05
0.05
0.06
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
99.9
99.9
99.9
99.9
99.8
99.8
99.7
99.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.3
VSWR
VSWR
(dB)
Return
loss
(dB)
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.17
1.18
1.19
1.20
1.21
1.22
1.23
1.24
1.25
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.9
24.3
23.7
23.1
22.6
22.1
21.7
21.2
20.8
20.4
20.1
19.7
19.4
19.1
Transmiss. Reflected Transmit. Reflected
loss
voltage
power
power
(dB)
coefficient
(%)
(%)
0.016
0.019
0.021
0.024
0.027
0.030
0.033
0.036
0.039
0.043
0.046
0.050
0.054
0.06
0.07
0.07
0.07
0.08
0.08
0.09
0.09
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.11
0.11
99.6
99.6
99.5
99.5
99.4
99.3
99.2
99.2
99.1
99.0
98.9
98.9
98.8
0.4
0.4
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.1
1.2
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Conversion millimeters-inches Tables
(mm)
(in)
(mm)
(in)
(mm)
(in)
(mm)
(in)
(mm)
(in)
0.02
0.03
0.10
0.16
0.18
0.20
0.30
0.40
0.48
0.50
0.51
0.54
0.60
0.70
0.80
0.86
0.87
0.90
0.91
0.95
1.00
1.21
1.29
1.30
1.32
0.0007
0.0011
0.0039
0.0062
0.0071
0.0078
0.0118
0.0157
0.0188
0.0196
0.0201
0.0212
0.0236
0.0275
0.0315
0.0338
0.0342
0.0354
0.0358
0.0374
0.0393
0.0476
0.0507
0.0512
0.0519
1.37
1.40
1.50
1.52
1.60
1.70
1.71
1.80
2.00
2.10
2.20
2.42
2.50
2.60
2.70
2.80
2.95
3.00
3.05
3.10
3.20
3.30
3.50
3.78
3.80
0.0539
0.0551
0.0590
0.0598
0.0629
0.0669
0.0673
0.0708
0.0787
0.0826
0.0866
0.0953
0.0984
0.1023
0.1063
0.1102
0.1161
0.1181
0.1201
0.1220
0.1259
0.1299
0.1378
0.1488
0.1496
3.90
4.00
4.36
4.50
5.00
5.08
5.20
5.37
5.50
5.80
6.00
6.20
6.30
6.40
6.50
6.80
7.00
7.10
7.40
7.50
8.00
8.30
8.60
8.70
8.80
0.1535
0.1575
0.1716
0.1771
0.1968
0.1999
0.2047
0.2114
0.2165
0.2283
0.2362
0.2441
0.2480
0.2519
0.2559
0.2677
0.2755
0.2795
0.2913
0.2952
0.3149
0.3267
0.3385
0.3425
0.3464
8.90
9.00
9.40
9.50
9.60
9.70
10.00
10.30
10.40
10.50
10.70
10.80
11.00
11.50
11.70
12.00
12.60
12.90
13.00
13.70
14.00
14.30
14.50
15.00
15.50
0.3504
0.3543
0.3701
0.3740
0.3779
0.3818
0.3937
0.4055
0.4094
0.4134
0.4212
0.4252
0.4331
0.4527
0.4606
0.4724
0.4961
0.5078
0.5118
0.5393
0.5512
0.5629
0.5708
0.5905
0.6102
16.00
16.10
17.00
17.50
17.80
18.00
18.20
18.50
19.00
19.50
20.00
20.50
20.60
21.00
21.50
21.80
22.00
23.00
23.80
24.00
25.00
25.50
26.00
28.00
28.50
0.6299
0.6338
0.6693
0.6889
0.7007
0.7086
0.7165
0.7283
0.7480
0.7677
0.7874
0.8071
0.8110
0.8267
0.8464
0.8582
0.8661
0.9055
0.9370
0.9448
0.9842
1.0039
1.0236
1.1023
1.1220
(mm)
29.50
30.00
30.80
31.00
31.80
32.00
33.00
33.50
34.00
34.50
35.70
36.00
40.00
41.00
42.00
43.00
45.00
45.50
46.50
50.00
60.00
65.00
70.00
78.00
150.00
(in)
1.1614
1.1811
1.2125
1.2204
1.2519
1.2598
1.2992
1.3188
1.3385
1.3582
1.4055
1.4173
1.5748
1.6141
1.6535
1.6929
1.7716
1.7913
1.8307
1.9685
2.3622
2.5590
2.7559
3.0708
5.9055
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