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Holland G-F811 F-81 Barrel Connector

3 GHz Operation
Lower Insertion Loss
High Return Loss (> 35 dB)
Flat Port Ends (IPS SP 400)
High Holding Force: > 200 grams
Beryllium Copper Seizing Pin
Greater Contact Area

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Holland G-F811 F-81 Barrel Connector
has advanced the traditional F splice technology with a patented design offering a higher level of electrical and mechanical features. The advanced features provide increased return loss beyond 3 GHz, twice the pin contact area and increased holding force for higher current handling and greater reliability. This F-81 is 11.6 / 10.3 mm. (long side/short side) with a total length of 26.3 mm. DC thru 3 GHz. Use this to connect (splice) two "F" fitted coaxial cable ends together. Use on Satellite TV and Other Critical High Frequency connections.

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Use this Barrel Connector for Satellite and Critical communications, with a Center conductor pressure up to 4 times stronger than regular barrel connectors. Safe for DC Voltage / Current passing and Frequencies up to 3 GHz.
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