As the exclusive distributor of Radiall products, Rojone is proud to introduce the addition of new high-performance and robust BMR-Spring large misalignment board-to-board connectors to their extensive offering of cost-effective subminiature RF coaxial solutions.
Radiall BMR-Spring connectors can handle a minimum board-to-board or rack and panel distance tolerance of at least 0.078” (2 mm) with custom misalignment of 3 mm or more.
It also features a 6 degree tilt radial travel.
It has an operating frequency range of DC-8 GHz, a 1.1 max VSWR guaranteed up to 3 GHz, and it can handle up to 350 watts of power at 2.7 GHz.
The Radiall BMR-Spring adapter features a unique non slotted spherical interface for improved electrical performance, high vibration and shock resistance, and an 80dB of shielding up to 3 GHz.
A self-alignment mechanism makes the BMR-Spring particularly ruggedized for blind-mate applications. The spring-loaded adapters are symmetrical to avoid any assembly issues.
A typical BMR-Spring board-to-board system is made of three parts – slide-on receptacle, symmetrical adapter and snap-on receptacle.
Custom configurations are also available for board-to-board, module-to-module, or rack and panel applications.
Exclusively distributed by Rojone Pty Ltd, Radiall of France has a full range of coaxial electro-mechanical switches with more than 40,000 different part numbers.
Rojone is experienced in the RF & Microwave industry, and is proudly 100% Australian owned & privately operated.
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