01-161, -162, -163, AND -164 GAUGING SETS USER’S GUIDE ➁ ➂

01-161, -162, -163, AND -164 GAUGING SETS USER’S GUIDE ➁ ➂

01-161, -162, -163, AND -164 GAUGING SETS

USER’S GUIDE

1.

INTRODUCTION

This user’s guide provides a description and instructions on how to use the 01-161, -162, -163, and -164 Gauging Sets to measure pin depths of various types of connectors.

2.

DESCRIPTION OF 01-161 GAUGING SET

The 01-161 Gauging Set contains the tools and gauges necessary to measure the pin depth of

GPC-7 connectors. The 01-161 components (Figure

1) are described below.

Pin-Depth Gauge (

ANRITSU

Part No.

01-220) – measures the depth in mils of the male and female center conductors. The gauge reads from 0.001 inch to O.015 inch (15 mils) in 0.0001inch increments.

Gauge Coupling Nut – Attaches the gauge to the connector.

Side Lock Knob – prevents the gauge face from moving.

Reference Block (

ANRITSU

Part No. 01-210)

– provides a smooth surface for setting a zero reference on the pin-depth gauge.

Collet Removal Tool (

ANRITSU Part No.

783-399)

–removes the spring contact collet from the GPC-7 connector pin.

A.

01-161 Measurement Procedure

To use the 01-161 Gauging Set, do the following.

1.

Turn the gauge coupling nut (2) until the threads are fully retracted.

2.

Loosen the side lock knob (3).

3.

Hold the reference block (4) against the end of the gauge connector and turn the outer ring until the pointer rests on zero.

4.

Tighten the side lock knob.

5.

Remove the center conductor contact collet from the connector to be measured using the collet removal tool (5).

6.

Attach the gauge to the connector and read the pin depth.

7.

Remove the gauge and replace the center conductor collet.

Figure 1.

Model 01-161 Gauging Set

490 JARVIS DRIVE ● MORGAN HILL, CA 95037-2809

P/N: 10200-00040

REVISION: C

PRINTED: NOVEMBER 1998

COPYRIGHT 1990 ANRITSU CO.

3.

DESCRIPTION OF 01-162 GAUGING SET

The 01-162 Gauging Set (Figure 2) contains the tools and gauges necessary to measure the pin depth of male and female K, 3.5 mm, and WSMA connectors. The 01-162 components are described below.

Pin-Depth Gauge (

ANRITSU

Part No.

01-222) – measures the depth in mils of the male and female center conductors. The gauge reads from 0.001 inch to 0.025 inch (25 mils) in 0.0001inch increments.

Side Lock Knob – prevents the gauge face from moving.

Reference Block (

ANRITSU

Part No.

01-210) – provides a smooth surface for setting a zero reference on the pin-depth gauge.

Gauge Coupling Nut – connects a female connector to the gauge.

Female Adapter – attaches the gauge to male connectors.

A.

01-162 Measurement Procedure

To use the 01-162 Gauging Set, do the following.

1.

On the pin depth gauge (1), loosen the side lock knob (2).

2.

Hold the reference block (3) against the end of the gauge body and turn the gauge outer ring until the pointer rests on zero.

3.

Tighten the side lock knob.

4.

To measure female connectors, unscrew the gauge coupling nut (4) and slide it forward.

5.

To measure male connectors, leave the gauge coupling attached to the gauge body. Screw the female adapter (5) to the coupling nut.

Figure 2.

Model 01-162 Gauging Set

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4.

DESCRIPTION OF 01-163 GAUGING SET

The 01-163 Gauging Set (Figure 3) contains the tools and gauges necessary to measure the pin depth of male and female N connectors. The 01-

163 components are described below.

Pin-Depth Gauge (

ANRITSU

Part No.

01-224) – measures the depth in mils of the male and female center conductors. The gauge reads from 0.001 inch to 0.010 inch (10 mils) in 0.0001inch increments.

Side Lock Knob – prevents the gauge face from moving.

Reference Block (

ANRITSU

Part No.

01-213) – provides a smooth surface for setting a zero reference on the pin-depth gauge.

Female Adapter – used when measuring female connectors.

A.

01-163 Measurement Procedure

To use the 01-163 Gauging Set, do the following.

1.

On the pin depth gauge (1), loosen the side lock knob (2).

2.

Hold the reference block (3) against the end of the gauge body and turn the gauge outer ring until the pointer rests on zero.

3.

Tighten the side lock knob.

NOTE

The gauge reference length for both male and female measurements is 0.207 inches.

4.

To measure female N connectors, screw the female adapter (4) onto the end of the gauge body. To measure male N connectors, remove the female adapter.

Figure 3.

Model 01-163 Gauging Set

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5.

DESCRIPTION OF 01-164 GAUGING SET

The 01-164 Gauging Set (Figure 4) contains the tools and gauges necessary to measure the pin depth of male and female V connectors. The 01-

164 components are described below.

Pin-Depth Gauge (

ANRITSU

Part No.

01-322) – measures the depth in mils of the male and female center conductors. The gauge reads from 0.001 inch to 0.010 inch (10 mils) in 0.0001inch increments.

Side Lock Knob – prevents the gauge face from

moving.

Female Adapter – attaches the gauge to male connectors.

Reference Block (

ANRITSU

Part No. 01-210)

– provides a smooth surface for setting a zero reference on the pin-depth gauge.

Male Adapter – attaches the gauge to female connectors.

A.

01-164 Measurement Procedure

To use the 01-164 Gauging Set, do the following.

1.

On the pin depth gauge (1), loosen the side lock knob (2).

2.

Remove the female adapter (3) from the gauge body coupling nut.

3.

Hold the reference block (4) against the end of the gauge body.

4.

Turn the gauge outer ring until the pointer rests on zero.

5.

Tighten the side lock knob.

6.

To measure V male connectors, screw the female adapter (3) onto the gauge coupling nut.

7.

To measure V female connectors, screw the male adapter (5) onto the gauge coupling nut.

Figure 4.

Model 01-164 Gauging Set

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6.

CLEANING CONNECTORS

Connector interfaces, especially the outer conductors on the GPC-7 and SMA connectors, should be kept clean and free of dirt and other debris.

Denatured alcohol is the recommended cleaning agent, and a damp cotton swab is the recommended applicator. Figure 5 illustrates the cleaning of male and female connectors and Figure 6 illustrates some of the proper and improper methods of cleaning connectors.

NOTE

Most cotton swabs are too large to fit in the smaller connector types. In these cases it is necessary to peel off most of the cotton and then twist the remaining cotton tight. Be sure that the remaining cotton does not get stuck in the connector.

The following are some important tips on cleaning connectors:

Use only denatured alcohol as a solvent.

Always use an appropriate size of cotton swab. Never use a cotton swab that is too large.

Never put lateral pressure on the connector’s center pin.

Verify that no cotton or other foreign material remain in the connector after cleaning it.

Compressed air can be used to remove foreign particles and to dry the connector.

Verify that the center pin has not been bent or damaged.

DAMPEN ONLY

DO NOT SATURATE

MALE

Figure 5.

Cleaning Male and Female Connectors

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FEMALE

5

Do NOT use Industrial Solvents or Water on connector. Use only Denatured Alcohol.

Use only denatured alcohol and the proper size of cotton swab. Gently rotate the swab around the center pin being careful not to stress or bend the pin or you will damage the connector.

Do NOT put cotton swabs in at an angle, or you will damage the connectors.

Do NOT use too large of cotton swab, or you will damage the connectors.

Figure 6.

Proper and Improper Cleaning Techniques

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7.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USING

CONNECTORS

The following are precautionary notes related to the use of connectors. For specific information about setting pin depths of sliding terminations, see the 360 Operational Manual (360 OM P/N

10410-00022) Table 3-8.

A.

Destructive Pin Depths on Mating

Connectors

Before mating, measure the pin depth of the connector that mates with the RF component using a

ANRITSU Pin Depth Gauge or equivalent. Based on RF components returned for repair, destructive pin depth of mating connectors is the major cause of failure in the field. When an RF component connector is mated with a connector having a destructive pin depth, damage will likely occur to the RF component connector. (A destructive pin depth means a center pin that is too long in respect to the connector’s reference plane.)

The center pin of an RF component connector has a precision tolerance measured in mils (1/1000 inch), whereas connectors on test devices that mate with RF components may not be precision types and their pins may not have the proper depth. Consequently, they must be measured before mating to ensure suitability. When gauging pin depth, if the test device connector measures out of tolerance in the + region, the center pin is too long. Mating under this condition will likely damage the RF component connector. On the other hand, if the test device connector measures out of tolerance in the – region, the center pin is too short. While this will not cause any damage, it will result in a poor connection and a consequent degradation in performance.

B.

Over-Tourquing Connectors

Over-torquing connectors is destructive; it may damage the connector center pin. Finger-tight is usually sufficient, especially on Type N connectors. Use a torgue wrench when unsure whether connector is tight enough. Never use pliers to tighten connectors.

C.

Teflon Tuning Washers on Connector

Center Pins

The center conductor on many RF component connectors contains a small teflon tuning washer near the point of mating (interface). This washer compensates for minor impedance discontinuities at the interface. The washer’s location is critical to the RF component’s performance. Do not disturb it.

D.

Mechanical Shock

RF components are designed to withstand years of normal bench handling. However, do not drop or otherwise treat them roughly. They are laboratoryquality devices and require careful handling.

Inspection is used to determine the status of an unknown connector and to ensure serviceability of a connector following repair. If the connector fails inspection, return it to

ANRITSU

for a replacement. Inspect the connectors as follows:

Visual Inspection.

Inspect the connector visually for a broken or recessed center conductor.

Pin Depth Inspection.

As follows, inspect the center conductor for the correct depth. Pin depth limits for

ANRITSU components are listed in Table 1.

8.

PIN DEPTH VALUES FOR ANRITSU

CONNECTORS

Table 1 and 2 provide values for ANRITSU connectors. In Table 1 connectors are listed in alpha-numerical order. In Table 2, they are grouped by product.

When measuring connectors using the ANRITSU or any other gauge, be aware of the following facts that impact on measurement accuracy.

Connector setback dimensions are difficult to measure. This is primarily due to measurement uncertainties in the connector gauge and differences in measurement technique that vary from person to person.

Gauging accuracy involves both the accuracy of the gauge and gauging technique. ANRITSU gauges having 0.0001 inch minor scale divisions can achieve 0.0002 inch accuracy when properly used, making them acceptable for their intended purpose. With proper technique, measurement of a connector that has an actual setback of 0.0005

inch may result in a gauge reading of from 0.0003

to 0.0007 inch. Note that this possible deviation from the actual setback is entirely due to the measurement accuracy of the gauge. However, additional errors may be introduced through poor

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gauging technique and result in a significant outof-tolerance indication.

ANRITSU recommends that the user take the following five actions prior to condemning a connector as out of specification.

1.

Do not torque the connector to the gauge. Instead, tighten the connector finger-tight. This technique ensures a light gauging pressure consistent with the hand pressure used during the zeroing of the gauge. The gauge readings will accurately represent the pin depth of measured connectors that are subsequently torqued to specification in application.

2.

Clean the connector, the connector gauge, and the gauge block. Re-zero the gauge and repeat the measurement. Out of tolerance indications can be greatly affected by dirt and contamination.

3.

Measure the connector several times yourself, then have a second person make some measurements — in order to determine an average reading. This technique will help reduce uncertainties due to differences of technique and random variations in gauge accuracy.

4.

Measure the connector using multiple orientations of the gauge within the connector. Averaging several readings, each taken after a quarter-turn rotation of the gauge, reduces measurement variations that result from the gauge or the connector face not being exactly perpendicular to the center axis.

5.

Hold the connector gauge by the gauge barrel, below the dial indicator. This offers maximum stability. It also improves measurement accuracy by preventing stresses from being applied to the gauge plunger mechanism through the dial indicator housing. Inaccuracies in measurement often results from such forces when the gauge is cradled in the hand or held by the dial indicator.

Additionally, maintain records over time of the setback measurements made for each device. Noticeable differences from one set of measurements to the next may indicate errors in measurement technique. Or, they may indicate that the connector is damaged and needs to be replaced.

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Table 1.

Pin Depth Values for ANRITSU Connectors, Alpha-Numerical Listing (1 of 4)

OUTPUT* MODEL

17A50

17K50

17KF50

17S50

17SF50

18A50

18N50

18NF50

19K50

19KF50

19S50

19SF50

21A–1

22K50

22KF50

22N SERIES

22NF SERIES

22S50

22SF50

23K50

23KF50

23N50

23NF50

23S50

23SF50

24A50

24K50

24KF50

24N50

24NF50

24S50

24SF50

26N SERIES

26NF SERIES

28A50,–1

28A50–2

28K50

28KF50

28N50–2

28NF50–2

INPUT*

0.0000 to –0.0003

0.0000 to –0.0003

0.0000 to –0.0003

0.0000 to –0.0003

0.0000 to –0.0003

0.000 to –0.0035

A 0.000 to –0.0035

A 0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0023 to –0.0037

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

0.207 to 0.211

0.2035 to 0.207

–0.0023 to –0.0037

0.000 to –0.001

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.207 to 0.2085

0.2055 to 0.207

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

+0.0005 to –0.001

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.207 to 0.2085

0.2055 to 0.207

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.207 to 0.211

0.203 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.0035

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

0.207 to 0.2085

0.2055 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

0.207 to 0.210

0.235 to 0.207

–0.0023 to –0.0037

0.000 to –0.001

TESTPORT*

0.0000 to –0.0006

N 0.207 to 0.208

NF 0.206 to 0.207

0.0000 to –0.001

0.0000 to –0.001

–0.0025 to –0.0035

–0.0003 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.002

* A=GPC 7, N=N Male, NF=N Female, K=Male K Connector, KF=Female K Connector, S=Male SMA, SF=Female SMA, W=WSMA, U=Universal

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Table 1.

Pin Depth Values for ANRITSU Connectors, Alpha-Numerical Listing (2 of 4)

OUTPUT* MODEL

34AK50

34AKF50

34AN50

34ANF50

34AN50–2

34ANF50–2

34AS50

34AS50–2

34ASF50

34ASF50–2

34KFKF50

34NFNF50

34NFNF75

34NN SERIES

34SFSF50

28S50,–1

28S50–2

28SF50,–1

28SF50–2

29A50–20

29K50–15

29KF50–15

29S50–20

29SF50–20

33KFKF50

33KK50

33KKF50

33SFSF50

33SS50

33SSF50

34UK50

34UA50

34UN50

34UNF50

34US50

35KF SERIES

35K SERIES

INPUT*

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.001

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

–0.0023 to –0.0037

0.000 to –0.001

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

K –0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

S –0.0000 to –0.0008

A –0.0000 to –0.0008

A –0.0000 to –0.0008

A 0.000 to –0.0035

A 0.000 to –0.0035

A –0.0000 to –0.0008

A –0.0000 to –0.0008

A 0.000 to –0.0035

A –0.0000 to –0.0008

A 0.000 to –0.0035

A –0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.0035

00.202 to 00.207

0.202 to 0.207

0.207 to 0.213

0.000 to –0.001

U 0.266 to 0.269

U 0.266 to 0.269

U 0.266 to 0.269

U 0.266 to 0.269

U 0.266 to 0.269

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

KF –0.0002 to –0.0007

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0000 to –0.0008

SF –0.0000 to –0.0008

K –0.0000 to –0.0008

KF –0.0000 to –0.0008

N 0.207 to 0.211

N 0.2035 to 0.207

N 0.207 to 0.2085

N 0.2055 to 0.207

S –0.0023 to –0.0037

S –0.0000 to –0.0008

SF –0.0000 to –0.0008

SF –0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.0035

0.202 to 0.207

0.202 to 0.207

0.207 to 0.213

0.000 to –0.001

K –0.0000 to –0.0008

A –0.0000 to –0.0008

N 0.207 to 0.210

NF 0.2045 to 0.207

S –0.0000 to –0.0008

TESTPORT*

* A=GPC 7, N=N Male, NF=N Female, K=Male K Connector, KF=Female K Connector, S=Male SMA, SF=Female SMA, W=WSMA, U=Universal

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Table 1.

Pin Depth Values for ANRITSU Connectors, Alpha-Numerical Listing (3 of 4)

MODEL

41K SERIES

42A SERIES

42K SERIES

42S SERIES

43K SERIES

44K SERIES

45K SERIES

46K SERIES

47K SERIES

560–7A50

560–7K50

560–7N50

560–7S50

560–97A50,–1

560–97N50,–1

560–97NF50

560–97NF50–1

560–98K50

560–98KF50

560–98S50

560–98SF50

560–98S50–1

560–98SF50–1

58A50

59A50

60A50,–1

60N50,–1

60NF50,–1

63A SERIES

63N SERIES

63NF SERIES

70K SERIES

73N SERIES

74N50

74N50B

75A50

75K SERIES

75N50

75N50B

INPUT*

K 0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.0035

S0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.003

K 0.000 to –0.003

K 0.000 to –0.003

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 00.216

–0.001 to –0.004

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.216

0.207 to 0.216

0.207 to 0.211

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.216

0.207 to 0.211

OUTPUT*

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

SF 0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.003

KF 0.000 to –0.003

0.197 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

TESTPORT*

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.211

0.2035 to 0.207

0.2035 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.211

0.235 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.005

0.207 to 0.211

0.2035 to 0.207

* A=GPC 7, N=N Male, NF=N Female, K=Male K Connector, KF=Female K Connector, S=Male SMA, SF=Female SMA, W=WSMA, U=Universal

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Table 1.

Pin Depth Values for ANRITSU Connectors, Alpha-Numerical Listing (4 of 4)

MODEL

K222

K224

K230

K232

K234

K240

K250

V101F or M

V102F or M

V103F or M

V104F or M

V250

87A50,–1

97A50,–1

97N50,–1

97NF50,–1

97S50,–1

97SF50,–1

K101F or M

K102F or M

K103F or M

K104F or M

K210

K220

INPUT*

0.207 to 0.197

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.005

0.000 to –0.005

0.000 to –0.005

0.000 to –0.005

0.000 to –0.0035

OUTPUT*

0.207 to 0.197

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.003

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.0035

TESTPORT*

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.211

0.2035 to 0.207

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.0035

* A=GPC 7, N=N Male, NF=N Female, K=Male K Connector, KF=Female K Connector, S=Male SMA, SF=Female SMA, W=WSMA, U=Universal

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Table 2.

Pin Depth Values for ANRITSU Connectors, Product Listing (1 of 3)

K210

K220

K222

K224

K230

K232

K234

34AN50

34ANF50

34UK50

34UA50

34UN50

34UNF50

34US50

35KF SERIES

35K SERIES

18A50

18N50

18NF50

19K50

19KF50

19S50

19SF50

K250

V250

MODEL

41K SERIES

43K SERIES

INPUT*

0.207 to 0.211

0.203 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.0035

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

Adapters

OUTPUT*

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.0035

A 0.000 to –0.0035

A 0.000 to –0.0035

U 0.266 to 0.269

U 0.266 to 0.269

U 0.266 to 0.269

U 0.266 to 0.269

U 0.266 to 0.269

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.003

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

N 0.207 to 0.211

N 0.2035 to 0.207

K –0.0000 to –0.0008

A –0.0000 to –0.0008

N 0.207 to 0.210

NF 0.2045 to 0.207

S –0.0000 to –0.0008

Air Lines

0.000 to –0.0035

A 0.000 to –0.0035

A 0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0023 to –0.0037

Bias Tee

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.0035

Coaxial Attenuators

K 0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

Coaxial Terminations

TEST PORT*

0.0000 to –0.0006

N 0.207 to 0.208

NF 0.206 to 0.207

0.0000 to –0.001

0.0000 to –0.001

–0.0025 to –0.0035

–0.0003 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.006

0.000 to –0.0035

26N SERIES

26NF SERIES

28A50,–1

28A50–2

28K50

28KF50

* A=GPC 7, N=N Male, NF=N Female, K=Male K Connector, KF=Female K Connector, S=Male SMA, SF=Female SMA, W=WSMA, U=Universal

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Table 2.

Pin Depth Values for ANRITSU Connectors, Product Listing (2 of 3)

MODEL

28N50–2

28NF50–2

28S50,–1

28S50–2

28SF50,–1

28SF50–2

29A50–20

29K50–15

29KF50–15

29S50–20

29SF50–20

K Series

V Series

560–7A50

560–7K50

560–7N50

560–7S50

70K SERIES

73N SERIES

74N50

74N50B

75A50

75K SERIES

75N50

75N50B

21A–1

22K50

22KF50

22N SERIES

22NF SERIES

22S50

22SF50

INPUT*

0.207 to 0.2085

0.2055 to 0.207

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.001

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

–0.0023 to –0.0037

0.000 to –0.001

K and V Sparkplug and Flange Connectors

0.000 to –0.005

0.000 to –0.004

OUTPUT*

Microwave Detectors

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 00.216

–0.001 to –0.004

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.216

0.207 to 0.216

0.207 to 0.211

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.216

0.207 to 0.211

Open-Shorts

0.000 to –0.002

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

0.207 to 0.211

0.2035 to 0.207

–0.0023 to –0.0037

0.000 to –0.001

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

0.207 to 0.210

0.235 to 0.207

–0.0023 to –0.0037

0.000 to –0.001

Power Dividers

K240

TEST PORT*

* A=GPC 7, N=N Male, NF=N Female, K=Male K Connector, KF=Female K Connector, S=Male SMA, SF=Female SMA, W=WSMA, U=Universal

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560–97A50,–1

560–97N50,–1

560–97NF50

560–97NF50–1

560–98K50

560–98KF50

560–98S50

560–98SF50

560–98S50–1

560–98SF50–1

60A50,–1

60N50,–1

60NF50,–1

63A SERIES

63N SERIES

63NF SERIES

87A50,–1

87A50,–1

97A50,–1

97N50,–1

97NF50,–1

97S50,–1

97SF50,–1

Table 2.

Pin Depth Values for ANRITSU Connectors, Product Listing (3 of 3)

MODEL

44K SERIES

45K SERIES

46K SERIES

47K SERIES

INPUT* OUTPUT*

K 0.000 to –0.0035

K 0.000 to –0.003

K 0.000 to –0.003

K 0.000 to –0.003

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.0035

KF 0.000 to –0.003

KF 0.000 to –0.003

SWR Bridges and Autotesters

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.207 to 0.197

0.207 to 0.197

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

0.197 to 0.207

Step Attenuators

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.187 to 0.207

0.207 to 0.197

0.207 to 0.197

TEST PORT*

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.211

0.2035 to 0.207

0.2035 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.0015

0.000 to –0.0015

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0000 to –0.0008

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0000 to –0.0008

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.211

0.235 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.005

0.207 to 0.211

0.2035 to 0.207

0.000 to –0.003

0.000 to –0.0035

0.000 to –0.0035

0.207 to 0.211

0.2035 to 0.207

–0.0023 to –0.0037

–0.0000 to –0.0008

* A=GPC 7, N=N Male, NF=N Female, K=Male K Connector, KF=Female K Connector, S=Male SMA, SF=Female SMA, W=WSMA, U=Universal

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