|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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|Frequency Range||DC 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 Resistance||5,000 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|
|Engagement Force|| Full Detent (FD): 4.5lbs (20.0 N) max.|
Smooth Bore (SB): 2.5lbs (11.13N) max.
|Disengagement Force||Full 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|
|Durability||Full Detent (FD): 100 mating cycles min. |
Smooth Bore (SB): 500 mating cycles min.
|Temperature Range||-55°C to +155°C|
|Thermal Shock||MIL-STD-202, Method 107, Condition B|
|Salt Spray||MIL-STD-202, Method 101|
|Shock (specified pulse)||MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Condition I|
|Vibration||MIL-STD-202, Method 204|
|Moisture Resistance||MIL-STD-202, Method 106, except step 7b|