7/16 DIN Male Crimp Connector


Key Features


  • 7/16 DIN plug

  • Spring-finger centre conductor - no soldering necessary

  • Supplied with heatshrink.




  • Suits 10.3mm outer diameter, 2.7mm core diameter cables such as LMR400, RG8/U

  • A crimp connector is used to terminate the end of a coaxial cable to allow connection to an RF device or antenna.

  • Each series of connector differs by method of connection, size, and electrical properties, allowing a technician to select a connector to best match the intended purpose.

  • Most crimp connectors consist of three components - the connector body, pin/socket, and crimping ferrule.

  • Terminating a coaxial cable with a crimp connector requires three tools - a wire stripper/cutter, soldering iron, and hex crimp.

  • You can find instructional videos on crimping most connectors on YouTube.


Crimp Hex Die Sizing

  • RG316/RG174 - 0.128"

  • RG58/LMR195 - 0.213"

  • LMR400/RG8 - 0.429"



Specifications / Frequency


Electrical Specifications


  • Resistance: 50Ω

  • Frequency Range: DC-7.5GHz

  • Working Voltage: 2700V RMS

  • Withstand Voltage: 4000V RMS

  • Average Power: 3kW max

  • VSWR: <1.2:1/6GHz


Mechanical/Environmental Specifications


  • Durability: >500 cycles

  • Body Material: Brass

  • Plating Material: CuSnZn3

  • Pin/Socket Contact: Tin Bronze/Beryllium-Copper

  • Pin/Socket Plating: Gold/Gold

  • Insulator: PTFE

  • Operating Temperature: -55° to 155° C

  • CECC 22190 (7/16 DIN)

  • MIL-C-39012

  • IEC-60169-4 (7/16 DIN)

  • DIN 47223 (7/16 DIN)


Product image representative only, for exact dimensions and/or specification please contact us for a copy of the CAD drawing.


SKU 716M-CRIMP-400
Shipping Weight 0.0450kg
Shipping Width 0.050m
Shipping Height 0.050m
Shipping Length 0.030m
Shipping Cubic 0.000045000m3