CommScope N Male Connector for 1/2" Corrugated Cable
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The CommScope L4TNM-PSA is a Type N Male connector for 1/2 inch corrugated coaxial cables, including CommScope AL4RPV-50, LDF4-50A, HL4RPV-50 cable types.

CommScope's N RF connectors are designed for extremely fast field installation, requiring only few tools to prepare. L4TNM-PSA is a captive contact connector for high performance solder-free installation.

L4TNM-PSA is a low PIM (-116 dBc) connector using trimetal and silver platings.

This model connector is IP68 when mated with a compatible N Female connector.

Recommended Use

Due to their durability N Male connectors remain popular across a range of wireless systems, such as 802.11 WiFi, and used in short interconnections on many sub-6 GHz microwave radios. Their usage however is declining due to the introduction of higher performance designs.

Cable Suitability

Half-Inch (1/2") corrugated coaxial cable is a heavy duty feeder cable designed for integration into large antenna systems. Half-Inch feeder cables are one of three main cable types used in Distributed Antenna Systems.

This cable uses a solid corrugated copper outer conductor providing 110 dB of shielding effectiveness, and most importantly meets very low PIM targets.


Interface Specification

Body Shape
Free Hanging

RF Performance

Operating Freq. Range 0 to 9 GHz
VSWR < 1.10:1
Working Voltage 707 Vrms
Input Impedance
50 Ω
Insertion Loss
0.05 dB
Insulation Resistance
> 5000 Ω

Physical Specification

Body Material(s)
Body Plating
Ternary Alloy
76.71 x 22.35 mm (L x dia)
94.7 g
Contact Material(s)
Contact Plating
Operating Temperature -55 to 85 °C
Mating Cycles
> 500

Documentation & Resources

About the Supplier

CommScope (NASDAQ: COMM) helps design, build and manage wired and wireless networks around the world. As a communications infrastructure leader, we shape the always-on networks of tomorrow. For more than 40 years, our global team of greater than 20,000 employees, innovators and technologists have empowered customers in all regions of the world to anticipate what’s next and push the boundaries of what’s possible.