CRC9 Male Crimp Connector
Suits 2.5mm diameter cable such as RG174 and RG316
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"
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Frequency Range: 0-6GHz
Impedance: 50Ω nominal
- Temperature Range: -55°C to + 155°C
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