1.6/5.6

1.6/5.6

The 1.6/5.6 series of connectors are avialable with three different plug designs: Snap-on coupling allowing rapid but secure connections, screw coupling for vibration proof installations, slide-on coupling which is suitable for rack and panel systems. The jack has one mating-face design, which will mate with all three plug types.

The maximum frequency for this series is limited to 1 GHz. The impedance is controlled at 75 Ω for all types. Versions of this series connector are available for mounting to printed circuit boards using thru-hole soldered techniques. Clamp and crimp techniques are used to terminate this series to cables. 1.6/5.6 connectors find applications in many types of communication equipment.


Mechanical Characteristics
Durability (mating cycles) ≥ 1000
Insertion force: Screw ≤ 12 N
Insertion force: Snap-on ≤ 50 N
Insertion force: Slide-on ≤ 12 N
Withdrawal force: Screw 2.2 - 10 N
Withdrawal force: Snap-on ≥ 18 N
Withdrawal force: Slide-on 2.2 - 10 N
Material: spring contacts CuNi1Pb1P(C97), CuBe2
Material: outer conductor CuZn39Pb3, CuZn38Pb2
Material: other metal parts CuZn39Pb3, CuZn38Pb2
Material: insulators PTFE, PE
Finish: Inner conductor NiP-Au
Finish: Outer conductor NiP-Au
Finish: Other metal parts CuSnZn3
Climatic Characteristics
Climatic category acc. to IEC 60068 - 1 40/85/21
Electrical Characteristics
Contact resistance inner conductor ≤ 4 mΩ
Contact resistance outer conductor ≤ 2 mΩ
Insulation resistance 16 GΩ
Voltage proof 1 kVeff/50 Hz
Impedance 75 Ω
Return loss, straight types at 1 GHz* ≥36 dB
Return loss, straight types at 3 GHz* ≥27 dB
Return loss, angled types at 1 GHz* ≥30 dB
Return loss, angled types at 3 GHz* ≥20 dB
Working voltage ≤ 500 Veff/50 Hz
Frequency range up to 3 GHz (Cable Connectors); 1 GHz
Standards
IEC 60 169-13  
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