Dimensions in mm (1 mm = 0.03937 inch)
Threads in inches (1 inch = 25.4 mm)
Voltage rating on electric contacts: 300 V DC/AC rms
Current rating on electric contacts: 5 A per contact (max 20 A per connector)
Video types: Recommended for Composite, SDI, HD-SDI and 3G-SDI video
Frequency*: 0.3 GHz / 0.6 GHz / 0.9 GHz / 1.2 GHz / 1.5 GHz / 1.8 GHz / 2.1 GHz / 2.4 GHz / 2.7 GHz / 3.0 GHz
Attenuation*: 5.0 dB / 7.7 dB / 9.9 dB / 11.6 dB / 13.4 dB / 15.3 dB / 17.3 dB / 19.3 dB / 21 dB / 22.5 dB
Recommended max frequency: 3.0 GHz
Insulation resistance: > 200 Mohm
Contact resistance: < 0.01 ohm Wet matings: N/A (dry mating only) Temperature rating (water): - 4 to 60˚C, 25 to 140˚F Temperature rating (air): - 40 to 60˚C, - 40 to 140˚F Storage temperature rating: - 40 to 60˚C, - 40 to 140˚F Qualified pressure tested: 600 bar, 8,700 psi
Connector body: Chloroprene rubber
Bulkhead body: Brass, stainless steel, titanium or anodised aluminium
Power contacts: Female sockets in gold plated brass UNS – C36000, Male pins in gold plated beryllium copper
Coax contacts: Gold plated contacts
Locking sleeves: POM or stainless steel
Snap rings: Stainless steel AISI 302
Inline cable (60 cm, 2 ft): PUR jacket cable with RG58 coax or RG58 coax and 6 x 20 AWG, 0.52 mm2 conductors:
Coax bulkhead leads (100 cm 3.3 ft): RG316 coax
Coax and 6-contact bulkhead leads (100 cm 3.3 ft): RG316 coax and 6 x 20 AWG, 0.52 mm2 coloured PTFE wires
RG58 PUR cable 0.230”, 5.85 mm
RG58 and 6-conductor PUR cable 0.385”, 9.80 mm
*All frequency and attenuation values are based on a 10 meter cable assembly test including 2 bulkhead connectors (50 ohm).
BNC connector for RG316 coax leads use Amphenol 031-315-RFX or equivalent.
BNC connector for RG58 coax cable use Amphenol 112116 or equivalent.
SubConn® Coax connectors are dry mate only, and cannot take open face pressure.
Locking sleeves are required. No greasing in the actual coax part.
Minimum bending radius on inline cable is 100 mm.
Please note that our 3D files are not 100 p.c. dimensionally stable.
If a 3D file is needed for tolerance issues, please contact MacArtney for more information.