TES JMA Wireless UXP 4MT 12S 4.3 10 Male Connector for 1/2" Superflexible Cable P11304539TES-524174 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/TES/TES-524174.jpg JMA Wireless UXP 4MT 12S 4.3 10 Male Connector for 1/2" Superflexible Cable Manufacturer Part Number: UXP-4MT-12S 11304539 0.43lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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JMA Wireless UXP-4MT-12S 4.3-10 Male Connector for 1/2" Superflexible Cable, Price/1 EACH

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Model: TES-524174
Price: $44.11
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Product Description

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Manufacturer Part Number: UXP-4MT-12S

JMA UXP-4MT-12S 4.3-10 Male Connector for 1/2" Superflexible Cables. Supports Andrew FSJ4; RFS SCF12; NK DrakaRFF1200; Eupen EC4HF; Leoni Flexline 1/2"S; LS HFSC 12D; Hansen RF5012S, RF5012SZ; Rosenbeger SL 1/2" S cables.

Technical Specs

FitsAndrew FSJ4; RFS SCF12; NK DrakaRFF1200; Eupen EC4HF; Leoni Flexline 1/2"S; LS HFSC 12D; Hansen RF5012S, RF5012SZ; Rosenbeger SL 1/2" S
Torque WrenchTQ-78-F8 (SKU 315460) 8 ft-lbs | 10.8 N-m
RF Connector Body StyleStraight
Outer Contact Attachment TypeCompression
RF Impedance50 Ohms
RF Connector4.3-10 Male
ManufacturerJMA Wireless
Strip ToolSP-12S (SKU 565757) (no coring required)
Qty/ Uom1 Each
Crimp ToolN/A
Low PIMYes

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