Compel Electronics has extended its range of 1.0/2.3 coaxial inserts. These connectors have been designed with a spring mechanism so that they can be blocked inside the plastic housing of the connectors, in line with the standard DIN 41612 Type M. The coupling between male and female inserts, therefore takes place automatically by means of the mating of the plastic connectors. It is also possible to carry out multiple matings (up to six inserts at the same time).
Different straight or right-angled modules are available, suitable for the most common types of cable, and they can be assembled with the normal tooling in use for connectors of this series.
The interface of these inserts is standardised and allows connectors with 50 Ω and 75 Ω impedance to be carried out, which can, however, be connected to each other. Of particular interest is the 75 Ω male/female adaptor whose features allow users to use the male side as an insert in the DIN 41612 housing, while the female side can accept standard male connectors of the 'snap-on' or 'push-pull' type.
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