One of the Most Versatile RF Connectors Ever Made.

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Coaxicom SMA four-hole flange

In high demand since it was first developed in the 60’s, this SMA Connector was initially used for hand-held radios and antennas. However today, the demand has skyrocketed with industries such as aerospace, defense, and telecommunications requiring SMA Connectors for most of their current applications, and many future research projects.

Some of the SMA’s key attributes that appeal to engineers is its size. Compared to its predecessors such as the BNC and N types, the SMA is relatively small. This is a huge benefit when working in tight, confined spaces, a particular concern for network engineering.

The heightened popularity also stems from its reliability. While small, SMA’s are robust against vibration, repeated insertions, and  harsh environments (when a proper torque wrench is used). Also available in a wide range of coaxial cable types.

A U.S. Manufacturer, Coaxicom has thousands of Connectors in stock. From TNC, CMS, and SSMB connectors to the heavily utilized, ever dependable SMA.

SMA Straight Female 4 Hole Flange Receptacle-Probe (Passivated)

Part Number: 3204-9

  • SMA-series
  • 50Ω DC-18 GHz
  • Female (Jack)
  • All Stainless Steel Construction
  • Manufactured per Mil-PRF-39012
  • Also available in brass for commercial options
  • Ask about out Non-Magnetic series
  • Made in the USA

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