Heilind Electronics Now Stocking Amphenol RF’s ATC-PS Test Cables
Amphenol RF recently released a series of phase stable test cables ideal for ultra low loss test and measurement applications
Heilind Electronics, a leading global distributor of electronic components and authorized distributor for Amphenol RF, has expanded its selection of interconnect solutions with the company’s ATC-PS Series of amplitude and phase stable low loss test cables. These pre-configured SMA assemblies are designed for high performance applications that require minimal insertion and return loss. They are ideal for test and measurement applications up to 20 GHz, and each assembly is tested to ensure electrical and mechanical performance.
These ultra low loss cable assemblies feature a robust strain relief construction to ensure stability of the center contact relative to the connector body. This rigidity allows for optimal performance and consistent phase stability of ±5 degrees. ATC-PS connectors are precision machined from stainless steel to provide enhanced durability of over 5,000 mating cycles. Connectors are terminated to triple-shielded coaxial cable with FEP jackets, featuring strip braid construction to provide low attenuation with maximum shielding effectiveness. The ATC-PS Series of cable assemblies is available in standard lengths of 24”, 36”, 48” and 72”, as well as 1 m. Custom lengths are available upon request.
Visit Heilind's website for more information about the Amphenol RF ATC-PS Test Cables.
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