TE Connectivity ERFV Coax Connectors | New Product BriefJuly 30, 2019 by Mouser Electronics
Discover TE's cost-saving connectivity solution for 5G wireless designs.
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TE Connectivity ERFV Coax Connectors
TE Connectivity ERFV Coax Connectors are a cost-saving connectivity solution for 5G wireless designs. ERFV connectors use a one-piece compressive design with solutions for between-board distances from 5.2mm to 20mm, with a 15mm pitch.
Connectors are available for board-to-board and board-to-filter applications and they’re designed for reliable blind mating to the target pad with excellent misalignment tolerance. Board-to-board connectors are surface mounted to the base board, while board-to-filter connectors are available in push-in or screw-on types.
ERFV connectors maintain the excellent performance required in wireless applications from DC to 10GHz, with high return loss and isolation as well as low insertion loss. The connectors have a gold plated brass center contact and a copper alloy outer contact inside a brass outer shell, with an operating temperature up to 125°C.
- One-piece compressive design
- Board-to-board distance: 5.2mm to 20mm
- Typical pitch: 15mm
- Proven reliability
- Axial misalignment: ±1mm
- Radial misalignment: ±0.8mm
- Board-to-board: surface mount
- Board-to-filter: Screw or push-on to filter
- Frequency range: DC to 10GHz
- Excellent insertion loss, return loss, and isolation
- Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
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