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Professional Grade RF TEST CABLES
Ruggedized for Field Use & Hand Held Analyzers
Ideal for Hand Held Analyzers
and other field testing needs.
DC to 7, 9, 18, 27 & 50GHz
ConductRF's Site-Flex RF Field Test Cables have been designed to support Handheld RF & Microwave Analyzers. The ruggedized construction includes anti-torque connectors that are firmly attached to the cables external armor. Crush resistant SF series cable can withstand 1,200lbs/sq.in. Additional configurations and lengths are available on request.
RF Lab Test Cables Low Loss & Phase Stable
For Engineering Lab's & Production Environments.
DC to 18 & 27GHz
ConductRF offers a various solutions in support of precision Vector Network Analyzer testing. many application focuses. Alternative constructions various by Armor style and flexibility features. NMD Connector heads or adapters are available for most connector configurations. Stainless Steel connector interfaces and Torsion resistant Armoring options ruggedize these cables for use in productions and development labs.
In Stock at http://www.newark.com/conductrf
126 Merrimack Street
Methuen MA, 01844 - US
Telephone: +1 978 374 6840
About Conduct RF
ConductRF is the brand name for Electronic Assembly Mfg. Inc's complete RF interconnect product line including cable assemblies. Operating out of Methuen, Massachusetts, EAM has been in the RF Interconnect industry for nearly 20 years, successfully supporting high performance solutions that require precision and expertise to bring to life. Our ConductRF brand builds on this expertise with an expanded product offering, including both commercial and precision RF coaxial connector ranges as well as the capability to support customized solutions with our Application Engineering focus. We can provide diverse manufacturing solutions with our capabilities in the U.S. as well as Asia from where support low cost volume coax production requirements.
Posted April 14, 2017