DIN-Signal coax m, solder/crimp 50Ohm

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DIN-Signal coax m, solder/crimp 50Ohm

Coaxial contact, Straight, Operating current: ≤1.4 A, Male contact, for female connectors, Copper alloy, Noble metal over Ni, Mating side, Impedance: 50 Ω

Part number:  09 03 000 6160

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  • Category Contacts
  • Series DIN 41612
  • Type of contact Coaxial contact
  • Description of the contact Straight
  • Contacts for
    DIN 41612 Type M
    DIN 41612 Type M invers
    DIN 41612 Type MH 21+5
    DIN 41612 Bauform M 0+2
    har-modular® M module, female, straight
  • Termination method Solder/crimp termination
  • Gender Male contact for female connectors
  • Manufacturing process Turned contacts
  • Operating current ≤ 1.4 A
  • Rated voltage 250 V
  • Insulation resistance >109 Ω
  • Contact resistance
    ≤10 mΩ for inner contact die
    ≤3 mΩ for outer ferrule
  • Impedance 50 Ω
  • Limiting temperature -55 ... +125 °C
  • Return loss
    >19 dB @ 1 GHz for cables RG 174
    >17 dB @ 1 GHz for cables RG 316
  • Insertion force ≤ 10 N
  • Withdrawal force ≥ 1 N
  • Performance level 1
  • Mating cycles ≥ 500
  • Test voltage Ur.m.s. 0.75 kV
  • Frequency 1 GHz
  • Material (contacts) Copper alloy
  • Surface (contacts) Noble metal over Ni Mating side
  • RoHS compliant with exemption
  • RoHS exemptions 6(c): Copper alloy containing up to 4 % lead by weight
  • ELV status compliant with exemption
  • China RoHS 50
  • REACH Annex XVII substances No
  • REACH ANNEX XIV substances No
  • REACH SVHC substances Yes
  • REACH SVHC substances Lead
  • ECHA SCIP number 339476a1-86ba-49e9-ab4b-cd336420d72a
  • California Proposition 65 substances Yes
  • California Proposition 65 substances
    Nickel
    Lead
  • Specifications DIN 41626
  • Packaging size 100
  • Net weight 1.675 g
  • Country of origin Germany
  • European customs tariff number 85366990
  • eCl@ss 27440204 Contact for industrial connectors

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