About SMP Series
SMP bullet connectors at high frequencies can go up to DC to 40 GHz. The SMP bullet connector was developed to meet the need for a smaller high frequency compact design that incorporates ease of use and functionality. The SMP bullet connector is the heart of this unique design. The bullet is designed to allow the joining of two RF Modules by captivating the bullet between the two shrouds. This mounting method allows for higher density of connectors and by design the SMP bullet connector allows for misalignment to compensate for tolerance stack up. With significant withdrawal forces on the full detent shroud the SMP connector has become a standard for quick and effective interconnects using both semi-rigid and flexible cables. The “Push-on” design allows the install to mate connectors without the need for threads or wrenches. Today’s industry requires both innovation and flexibility, and the SMP bullet connector meets that challenge.
- Board to Board Interconnect
- Optical Nodes and Routers
Voltage Rating：170 volts rms max. (depending on cable)
Insulation Resistance：≥5 GΩ
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage：500 volts rms at sea level
Contact Resistance：Center Contact ≤6 mΩ、Outer Contact ≤2 mΩ
- Designed to accommodate both radial and axial misalignment.
- Cable connector designs for both flexible and semi-rigid cables.
- Interface according to MIL-STD-348A/326
Mating： Snap-on Coupling
Durability： 100 matings min. (Full Detent)、500 matings min. (Limit ed Detent)、1000 matings min. (Smooth Bore)
Engagement force： 15 lbs Max (Full Detent)、10 lbs Max (Limited Detent)、2 lbs Max (Smooth Bore)
Disengagement force： 5 lbs Min (Full Detent)、2 lbs Min (Limited Detent)、5 lbs Min (Smooth Bore)
Temperature Range：-65°C to 165°C
Corrosion (Salt Spray)：MIL-STD-202, Method 101, Cond. B
Thermal Shock：MIL-STD-202, Method 107, Cond. B
Mechanical：MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Cond. D
Vibration：MIL-STD-202, Method 204, Cond. D