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M80-315

Male RG178 Straight Crimp Coax Contact

4.00mm Pitch High-Reliability Connector - Datamate Coax

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Product Description

  • Straight Crimp, suitable for Ø2mm coax cable (RG178).
  • Specified as 315 in a Mix-Tek connector part number. Use with any male Datamate Mix-Tek housing in a power/coax cavity.
  • Gold finish on contact areas and termination.

Technical Details

Specification

Contact Pitch:

4.00mm (0.157")

Contact Gender:

Male/Plug

Connector Orientation:

Straight

Connection Type:

Cable (Crimp)

Cable Conductor Size:

Ø2mm (RG178)

Current Rating:

0.5A per contact

Operating Temperature:

-55°C to +125°C

Number of Signal Contacts:

1

Number of Special (Power or Coax) Contacts:

1

Materials

Finish / Plating on Termination:

Gold

Finish / Plating on Contact Surface:

Gold

Base Material of Contact:

Phosphor Bronze inner contact, Brass outer contact

Housing Material:

PTFE

Housing Colour:

White

Packaging Style:

Single Pack

Dimensions

Individual Part Weight:

0.409g

Overall Dimensions (L x W x D) in mm:

13.40 x 3.00 square

Frequently Asked Questions Ask a Question

Instead of crimping, can we solder the inner contact?

I do not think this would be possible, sorry. The inner contact is very small, and I do not think you will be able to accurately solder it by hand. In addition, there is no solder cup, so I suspect that you will increase the size of the contact by adding a layer of solder outside and around the contact. This might mean it will not fit in the insulator. You are of course welcome to try it for yourself, to see if it is possible, but it is not something we have tried, as the design was not intended to be assembled this way.

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