News | January 5, 2018

AtlanTecRF Expands Its Standard, In Stock, Cable Assembly Range With The Addition Of New Connector Options

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Greater product choice now available following the addition of 6 new connector options

AtlanTecRF, a leading global RF and microwave components and equipment manufacturer, recently launched an expanded range of cable connector options for its standard cable assembly range.

New connectors include SMA Male Straight, SMA Male R/A, SMA Female Bulkhead, Type N Male Straight, N Male R/A, N Female Bulkhead. These are in addition to the standard SMA Male Connectors already offered across AtlanTecRF's cable range.

These new connector options can be applied to AtlanTecRF's ASR, ASF and AFX cable series.

AtlanTecRF's ASF series of reformable coaxial cable assemblies provides the microwave system designer with a versatile solution to equipment and subassembly cabling without the need for a detailed design of semi-rigids. With a copper/tin composite outer conductor the cable can be hand formed in situ.

AtlanTecRF's ASR series of reformable coaxial cable assemblies offers a solid tin-plated aluminium outer conductor so the cable can also be hand formed in position.

AtlanTecRF's AFX series of flexible coaxial cable assemblies provides the designer with a versatile solution to equipment and sub-assembly cabling. With a braided outer conductor over a silver plated spiral strip the cable can be repeatedly flexed.

All cables are supplied in two different O/D sizes of nominal 0.086 and 0.141 inches. They are also available in standard lengths from two to sixty inches.

Beyond the standard product range, customization is achievable with features including special lengths, phase matching, and ident sleeves.

Speaking at the launch, Geoff Burling, AtlanTecRF's CEO said "Our focus is all about providing users with choice. With these new connectors our customers have more choice than ever before. By offering stock of our full range of cable assemblies, we are ready to both fulfil "last minute" cabling requirements as well as regular production line and prototyping needs."

SOURCE: AtlanTecRF