RFP2's 7-16 DIN adapter reduces testing expense
Susan Nordyk- May 1, 2012Test ports are subject to wear each time a connector interface is coupled and decoupled. In addition, contact pins and dielectrics can be damaged if connectors are misaligned during coupling. Installed on the test port, the P2RFD-1660-SS 7-16 DIN adapter from RF Precision Products (RFP2) serves as a cost-effective connector saver.
7-16 DIN connectors are large-format 50-Ω interfaces designed for high-power wireless telecommunications applications, such as antennas, base stations, and satellite communications equipment. The P2RFD-1660-SS low-loss, low-VSWR adapter allows you to perform hundreds of tests-even PIM tests that require greater torque per test to ensure proper ground-before wear requires replacement. Any misaligned matings will damage the adapter, not the test port interface.
The P2RFD-1660-SS 7-16 DIN female to 7-16 DIN male adapter is machined to exact specifications with a white bronze-plated body and stainless-steel coupling nut for tarnish-free service.
Price: $89.10 (1-25 units).
RF Precision Products, www.rfp2.com/pdf/product-sheet.pdf