Mini-UHF Male Crimp Connector - LMR-400
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Mini-UHF Male Crimp Connector - LMR-400

Part no. 489

3 Piece - Male Crimp Connector

 
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A mini UHF connector is a smaller version of a standard UHF connector. They are used on smaller equipment such as mobile devices where size is an important factor. The threaded design makes these connectors a secure and reliable connection. Mini UHF connectors come in male and female variations.

Features:

  • Fits LMR-400
  • Male
  • Crimp style
  • 3 Piece design (connector, pin and ferrule)
  • Nickel-plated brass

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Features & Specs
Cable Type The type of cable this connector fits? LMR-400
Form factor The form factor of this connector? Straight
Style The style of this connector? Crimp
Impedance The impedance of this connector? 50 Ohm
Gender The gender of this connector? Male
Material The material this connector is made from? Brass with nickel plating
REVIEW SUMMARY for Mini-UHF Male Crimp Connector - LMR-400
 
5.0 (based on 1 reviews)
  • Mini-UHF Male Crimp Connectors

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    From: Albany, OR

    8/20/2013

    Product came in a timely fashion, well packaged and the quality was excellent.

Q: What are other terms used for UHF connectors?

A: UHF connectors are also commonly referred to as amphenol or PL-259 and SO-259 connectors.

  • PL-259 is a male UHF connector
  • SO-259 is a female UHF connector

Q: What is a UHF connector commonly used for?

A: UHF connectors were formally used in Radar applications but are used more in today's RF applications.


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