Type N Panel Receptacles Feature Single-Piece Construction

Oct. 5, 2009
Single-piece body construction is among the distinguishing features of a UG-58 A/U Type N panel receptacle. The seamless UG-58s are manufactured using a machine that was custom designed and built for fully automated assembly. Aside ...

Single-piece body construction is among the distinguishing features of a UG-58 A/U Type N panel receptacle. The seamless UG-58s are manufactured using a machine that was custom designed and built for fully automated assembly. Aside from saving time and money during the manufacturing process, this approach increases the reliability of the panel receptacle by eliminating interference. The result is consistently smooth signal transfer. The 50-Ω UG-58 A/U panel receptacles cover DC to 11 GHz. They are rated for operating voltages of 1000 V RMS with a maximum dielectric withstanding voltage of 2500 V RMS at 60 Hz at sea level. The receptacles operate from -65 to +165C and meet interface standards in accordance with MIL-STD-348. P&A: starting at $1.49 per 3000Q; stock to six weeks.

San-tron, Inc., 4 Turnpike Rd., Ipswich, MA 01938; (978) 356-1585, FAX: (978) 356-1573, Internet: www.san-tron.com.

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