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    SMA Female 4 Pin RF Coaxial Connector, PCB Mount

    SMA female (jack) RF coaxial connector with 4 pin is a vital cable connector used in telecommunications and broadcasting, particularly for TV aerial and antenna connections. It facilitates the transmission of radio frequency signals between devices. Low price edge coax connector for PCB mount, plays a crucial role in maintaining signal integrity and seamless communication.
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    SMA female (jack) RF coaxial connector is frequently employed in TV antenna. Edge mount and 4 pin options offer flexibility in PCB circuit board applications. With a versatile design, the RF coax connector ensures seamless signal transmission in electronic communication systems, making it an integral component in modern connectivity solutions.


    • Model: ATO-SMA-KCD01-TD
    • Frequency Range: DC~18GHz
    • Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR): 1.25:1 (Max.)
    • Impedance: 50 Ohm
    • Insertion Loss: 0.20dB (Max.)
    • Dielectric Withstand Voltage: 1000V
    • Insulation Resistance: ≥5000 Ohm
    • Connector Type A: SMA-Female
    • Connector Type B: PCB Board (Printed Circuit Board)
    • Working Temperature: -55℃~+165℃
    • Inner Conductor Material: Gold Plated Bronze
    • Outer Conductor Material: Gold Plated Brass
    • Insulator: PTFE
    • Service Life: ≥500

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    SMA female 4 pin RF coaxial connector PCB mount dimension

    Tips: How do you properly install an RF coaxial connector?

    To properly install an RF coaxial connector, begin by selecting the appropriate connector type for your application, ensuring it matches the cable specifications. Strip the cable's outer insulation carefully using a coaxial cable stripper, exposing the inner conductor and insulator. Trim the inner conductor to the required length, considering the connector's design. Slide the connector onto the prepared cable, ensuring a snug fit, and screw it on until securely attached. Make certain the braid engages with the connector to provide proper grounding. Tighten any additional components like nuts or sleeves, avoiding over-tightening. Conduct continuity and insulation tests to verify the connection's integrity. Finally, use heat shrink tubing or other insulation methods to protect the connection from environmental factors. Adhering to these steps ensures a reliable RF coaxial connection for optimal signal transmission.

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