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Compression F Connector PCT-TRS-59(for CAMSET/RG-59 cables)

Code: E80320

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Opposite side view
Opposite side view
Sectional views of the new and compressed connector
Sectional views of the new and compressed connector
Professional compression F connector F E80320 is manufactured for DIPOL by American PCT company. The features of the connector have been specially matched to the RG-59 cables (CAMSET).
Main features of the E80320 connector:
  • wide operating band - up to 2.4 GHz,
  • waterproof termination of the cable,
  • resistance to corrosion - made of non-ferrous metals and highest-quality dielectric,
  • very low loss in the whole operating band,
  • perfect matching to the transmission line within the whole operating band,
  • simple and quick assembly: longitudinal compression,
  • properly compressed connection is highly resistant to break, due to dual compression rings,
  • matched to the RG-59 cables (CAMSET),
  • many patented technologies,
  • to be compressed with PCT-AIO-CT E80075,
  • quick and easy assembly, as well as stability of operation of the equipment are really worth the price.
The cables of CAMSET family have the same dimensions (0.59/3.7/6.15) as RG-59 cables. The E80320 connector can be used with any RG-59 cables with inner conductors from 0.55 to 0.80 mm.
The connector contains two 360o compression rings which, after longitudinal compression (along the axis of the rings) make a slight bulge. The dimensions of the rings ensure strong tight and resistance to break, but do not change the structure of the cable.
To strip RG-59 cables we recommend to use the E8003 insulation stripper.
For compressing the connector we offer the universal compression tool PCT-AIO-CT E80075.
The professional compression F connector E80320 fulfills all recommendations of SCTE (The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers).

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