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Bomar SMB interface eliminates additional cables or connectors

Posted: 03 Aug 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:bomar interconnect products? smb interconnect? eliminator coaxial series? f-style connector? pcb connector?

Bomar Interconnect Products Inc. has added a SMB interconnect to its proprietary Eliminator coaxial series that also includes a family of F-style connectors. These Eliminator interfaces are designed to eliminate the need for extra cable assemblies and PC-board connectors traditionally required to mate box-type, or modular integrated components to boards. Users only have to connect the Eliminator connector directly to an electronic device and drop it onto the PC-board.

In addition to significantly reducing installation time, the new subminiature SMB Eliminator interconnect is available in 50-ohm and 75-ohm impedance, and provides broadband performance with extremely low reflection from DC to 4GHz. Other key specifications include an insulation resistance of 1,000 milliohms minimum, and a dielectric withstanding voltage of 1,000 Vrms. The operating temperature range is -65C to 165C.

The new right-angle interface can be used in multi-board applications in which digital to RF conversion is required. Applications include a broad range of military, industrial, consumer, and medical equipment.

The SMB Eliminator is manufactured of precision machined brass and features TFE insulators, and gold-plated contacts to ensure continuous reliability. The series is fully customizable to accommodate various PC-board thickness, plating options, and board-to-board spacing. A die-cast version is also offered. Pricing for the SMB Eliminator starts at $1.38 each in quantities of 1,000. Delivery is from stock to 12 weeks.

- Gina Roos


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