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Würth Elektronik N Type Coaxial Connectors & Cable Assemblies | New Product Brief

May 01, 2024 by Mouser Electronics

Würth Elektronik WR-NTYPE series offers a comprehensive selection of N Type Coaxial Connectors and Cable Assemblies, including PCB connectors, panel connectors, adapters, and pre-assembled cable solutions. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!

 

 

Würth Elektronik N Type Coaxial Connectors & Cable Assemblies

Würth Elektronik WR-NTYPE series, available from Mouser Electronics, offers a comprehensive selection of N-Type Coaxial Connectors and Cable Assemblies, including PCB connectors, panel connectors, adapters, and pre-assembled cable solutions. Engineered to meet RF interconnection and signal transmission requirements, these components excel in demanding environments where robustness and stability are paramount. Featuring a screw-on coupling mechanism compliant with MIL-STD-348 standards, they support a wide DC to 11GHz interface range. With durability for up to 500 mating cycles and a 50Ω impedance rating, they ensure reliable performance. Additionally, boasting an IP67 protection rating and a frequency range up to 18GHz, these connectors are well-suited for industrial connectivity needs, enhancing the efficiency of communication and signal processing systems. The Würth Elektronik N Type Coaxial Connectors & Cable Assemblies find applications in various fields, including high-power machinery, RF test equipment, and network communications.

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