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VITA67.3 RF Solutions for VPX

PFT33 Micro Flexible NanoRF Cables for VITA67.3 - RF CafeConductRF's close partnership with TE in its development of its new Nano-miniature RF Solutions for VITA67.3 has put us in a great position to support your VPX RF cable assembly needs. We can support solutions up to the top frequencies of the new connector system.

ConductRF's PFT33 Series of Micro Flexible Cable Assemblies has been designed directly with TE Connectivity involvement and in partnership to maximize the capabilities of TE's new Vita67.3 NanoRF VPX Modular connector system.

ConductRF offers its soft FEP jacketed ø0.047"cable to facilitate maximum flexibility and provides solutions for jumper cables or assemblies to SMA, MCX, SMP, SMPM etc. Phase matching of such cables is also possible.

Contact the factory for further details.

Maximum operating temperature is up to 125ºC.

SiteFlex Cables in Stock 

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Newark and all element14 entities have on hand stock of many standard SiteFlex Cables. Click on the Logo to be taken to Newark's product list.

 

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.

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Harnesses and assemblies with custom configurations, lengths and markings using RF and mixed signal technologies.

Download our datasheets by clicking the picture below for more information, or call us at +1-978-374-6840.

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Built in the USA

ConductRF Built in the USA - RF CafeD38999 cables are one of our flag ship product capabilities and we are proud to build these here at home in the United Stated of America!

 

 

Contact Info

ConductRF-EAM
126 Merrimack Street
Methuen MA, 01844 - US
Telephone: +1 978 374 6840

 

 

Posted February 19, 2020

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