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Transmitter SMA Connector

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Does anyone here know the make of the SMA Connector that Lectro uses for their transmitter antennas? 

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Have a look on eBay

Plenty of surprises there like 2 x HD-25 leads at $20 no postage?

mike

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Sorry but that makes absolutely no sense.... 

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Thanks Mike, but I am looking for the type of connector that Lectro uses for their Transmitter antennas. The centre pin is solder and there is a compression rubber grommet that locks the cable in place. 

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Hi Chris. Sounds like you're describing the dielectric material present in 50ohm coax cable and SMA terminations. Any 50ohm SMA cable should suit your needs.

 

If you're after a replacement whip antenna, there are plenty online. Stick to 50ohms, trim it to the appropriate frequency and you'll be fine Mate.

 

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I'm going to go all senatorial and suggest you phone Lectrosonics.

Cheers,

Brent Calkin

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On 7/8/2017 at 6:44 AM, chris_bollard said:

Thanks Mike, but I am looking for the type of connector that Lectro uses for their Transmitter antennas. The centre pin is solder and there is a compression rubber grommet that locks the cable in place. 

Hi Chris, That's a custom connector made by us with the compression o ring. Call service for the part.

Best, Larryf 

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Hi Larry 

Thanks for the clarification. The BEST connector for the job and nothing else in the market that comes close. 

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OK, so maybe you don't have to phone Lectro, since Larry is still making house calls...

Cheers,

Brent Calkin

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