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27. September 2017 | Telegärtner Karl Gärtner GmbH

Coax

Better around the corner –
the new angle adaptor 4.3-10 

  

Thanks to the new 4.3-10  angle adaptor from Telegärtner transmitting high frequencies securely and reliably even where there is no room for a straight cable outlet or a large bending radius is no longer a problem.

For decades, Telegärtner has been a solution provider and trend setter in cable systems for information and communication technology. Thus, for example, Telegärtner has actively contributed to the development and standardization of the innovative 4.3-10 plug connectors and continues with their further development. The latest contribution in this area is the compact 4.3-10 angle adaptor (m-f).

All too often devices must be installed or mounted in confined spaces. Wherever there is not enough space for a straight cable outlet and there is a risk that the cable would be kinked, it can be easily routed at right angle using the new 4.3-10 angle adaptor from Telegärtner. The adaptor is designed as a plug at one end and as a socket at the other and is easily inserted between the device and the cable connector. As a result, you can continue to use existing cables for which there is no more space for straight routing due to new, larger devices.

The angle adaptor provides valuable uses even where the minimum bending radius in the cable path cannot be maintained: The coax cable is simply assembled with connectors and plugged together using the angle adaptor. Thus, the cable lines can be literally guided around the corner which is much more cost-effective than building a larger cable pathway (where at all possible).

The adaptor provides excellent return loss values of, for example, -38 dB at 1 GHz and -30 dB at 2 GHz, representing a reflection rate of less than 0.1%. The adaptor achieves IP68 protection degree in accordance with IEC 60529 and is suitable for indoor as well as outdoor applications.

The new 4.3-10 angle adaptor (m-f) from Telegärtner is the ideal solution wherever quality matters but there is not enough space for straight or curved cable feeding.