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Old 21st Nov 2017, 9:54 pm   #1
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Default What is this connector?

Hi,

Has anyone seen this military coaxial connector and know what it is called ?

It's the brass one to the front right side.

It's part number is 10H/7560043.

Or even better anyone got one or two mating plugs that they would part with.

Thanks

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Hi,
It looks similar to the connector in the attached pics. I can't see if your connector is male or female. For reference, the outside diameter of the outer coaxial conductor on the plug is 5/8".
I do not know what this connector is called. I have only ever seen them moulded onto the end of the cable as in the pics. They are used in conjunction with Uniradio1 coax at SHF.
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Old 25th Nov 2017, 8:56 pm   #3
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Hi Peter,

The ones I have are female and the threaded portion is 0.5" with the outer body being 0.75".
The inner on yours would also need to be recessed, so I don't think the one in your picture is the same thing.

Thanks for the input.

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