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N Male Connector for Coaxial Cable | Silver on Brass | Gold Center Pin | LMR240 / RG-8X

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RG-6
RG-223
RG-59
RG-316
Belden 7916A
Belden 8241
Belden 9258
RG-62
LMR-240
RG-8X (mini 8)
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Manufacturer Code: 7305-N-8X
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CWS 7305-N-8X N Male Silver Crimp-On RF Connector With Teflon Dielectric and Solder On Gold Pin.
These silver plated brass N style male connectors are shield crimp-on with a solder on center pin which is made of gold. This connector use a Teflon Dielectric for the best possible connection. Can be used with these  coaxial cables:


RG-6
RG-223
RG-59
RG-316
Belden 7916A
Belden 8241
Belden 9258
RG-62
LMR-240
RG-8X (mini 8)
Specification Sheet
Connection Type
N
Gender
Male
Installation Style
Crimp-On / Solder Center Pin
Cable Fitment
LMR-240 / RG-8X
Material
Silver Plated Brass / Gold
UHF Silver N Male 240 Connector for 50 Ohm Coaxial Cable. UG-175/U Reducer for Nickel Plated PL-259 Connector - $1.00
3 Star UG-175/U Nickel Plated Reducer for Pl-259 Connector
(1 each/unit) This is a brass body nickel plated finish, Commercial Grade and Quality. Use this reducer for RG-58, LMR-195, TWS 195 and Belden 8219, 8240, 8259, 8262, 9201, 9203, 9310 and 9311...
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UHF Silver N Male 240 Connector for 50 Ohm Coaxial Cable. UG-176/U Reducer for Nickel Plated PL-259 Connector - $1.00
3 Star UG-176/U Nickel Plated Reducer for Pl-259 Connector
(1 each/unit) This is a brass body nickel plated finish, Commercial Grade and Quality. Use this reducer for RG-8X, RG59, LMR-240, LMR-240 UF, TWS-240 and Belden 9258...
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The UHF threaded RF coaxial connector is also called an Amphenol connector generally usable through the VHF and HF frequencies and can handle RF power levels over one kilowatt. At low frequencies the power handling is rather better than that of the similar sized N connector. The UHF connector is the most common connector in amateur radio applications up to 150 MHz. In the US, the silver-plated version with Teflon dielectric is used in UHF applications up to 450 MHz for the 70 cm band. The most popular cable plug and chassis-mount socket carry the old Signal Corps nomenclatures PL-259 (plug) and SO-239 (socket). The PL-259 can be used with large diameter coaxial cable, such as RG-8/U and RG-9/U, and the smaller diameter RG-58/U and RG-59/U with the UG-175/U and UG-176/U adapter sleeves. "PL-259" refers to one specific mechanical design, but the term is often used for any compatible UHF cable plug. The thread is 5⁄8 inch 24tpi UNEF standard. Other UHF connectors with a similar, metric, thread have been produced. The center conductor jack on the SO-239 will also accept a 4 mm banana plug.

UHF connectors have been replaced in many applications by designs that have a more uniform impedance over the length of the connector, such as the N connector and the BNC connector, but they are still widely used in amateur radio, citizens' band radio, and marine VHF radio where robustness and ease of use are more important than a small mismatch. The reasons for the popularity of the UHF connector is its ease of assembly. While crimp connectors exist, the solderable screw-on connector is more common because no expensive crimping tools are required. The connector is not suitable for outdoor applications by itself but can be made weather resistant with self adhesive silicone C-Tape.

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