SMPM

SMPM Series Connectors

Anoison recognized the need for a connector line that addresses the increasing demands for higher package density, high-speed signal transmission and frequency performance up to 65GHz.  As a result, Anoison developed a line of small connectors similar to, but about 70% the size of, SMP connectors.  These meet the standards of the SMPM connectors as defined in MIL-STD-348A.  The Anoison SMPM connectors can mate with similar designs from other manufacturers who refer to them as mini-SMP, GPPO or SSMP.  The SMPM connectors provide an interconnect system (often called a “bullet”) allowing board-to-board snap-in connectivity, either stacked or backplane applications.  Anoison offers the SMPM connectors as board mount, “bullets” and cable connector options.

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Characteristics
Applicable Standards 
Interface AccordingMIL-STD-348A

 

Electrical 
Impedance50 Ω
Frequency RangeDC to 65 GHz
VSWR ( straight styles)≤1.1 (DC to 26.5 GHz)
≤1.3 (26.5 GHz to 50 GHZ)
≤1.5 (50 GHz to 65 GHZ)
Insulation Resistance5,000 megohms
DWV(@sea level)325 Vrms
Power Handling(@sea level & ambient temperature) 90W-5.5f(frequency)
RF Leakage-80db to 3 GHz, -65db to 65 GHz

 

Mechanical 
Engagement Force Full Detent (FD): 4.5lbs (20.0 N) max.
Smooth Bore (SB): 2.5lbs (11.13N) max.
Disengagement ForceFull Detent (FD): 6.5 lbs (28.9 N) min.
Smooth Bore (SB): 1.5lbs (6.68N) min.
Contact Retention 1.5 pounds min. axial force
Axial Misalignment0.01″
Radial Misalignment 0/-.010″
DurabilityFull Detent (FD): 100 mating cycles min.
Smooth Bore (SB): 500 mating cycles min.

 

Environmental 
Temperature Range-55°C to +155°C
Thermal ShockMIL-STD-202, Method 107, Condition B
Salt SprayMIL-STD-202, Method 101
Shock (specified pulse)MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Condition I
VibrationMIL-STD-202, Method 204
Moisture ResistanceMIL-STD-202, Method 106, except step 7b


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