HBR N Male Connector for L-400 Cable, Solder Contact
Locally Stocked

N connectors remain popular throughout a range of low frequency applications including UHF, 3G, and 4G LTE mobile technologies. Also referred to as the N-Type connector, the design is durable with good power handling characteristics.

This N Male crimp connector is used to terminate LMR-400 (or equivalent) series cables.

Installation is very simple. After preparing the cable, the pin is soldered onto the centre conductor and outer body pushed over the top until the pin sits flush. A standard 10.89 mm (.429") hex die is used to crimp the ferrule.

Recommended Use

N connectors are best used on sub-3 GHz technologies. For any 5G, fixed wireless, or point to point equipment the 4.3-10 connector should be used where possible.

Cable Suitability

L-400, sometimes referred to as LMR-400, is a low loss coaxial cable with a large 10.16 mm outer diameter. Supporting frequencies beyond 6 GHz it's a popular choice for entry- to intermediate-level wireless communications systems.

This cable type is preferred over its smaller diameter compatriots when connection over the upper 4G LTE bands is sought, such as over B3 (1800 MHz), and B7 (2600 MHz).


Interface Specification

Body Shape
Free Hanging

RF Performance

Operating Freq. Range 0 to 6 GHz
VSWR < 1.30:1
Working Voltage 260 Vrms
Input Impedance
50 Ω
Insertion LossNo Data
Insulation Resistance
> 5000 Ω

Physical Specification

Body Material(s)
Body Plating
31 x 20 mm (L x ø)
35.3 g
Contact Material(s)
Contact Plating
Operating Temperature -40 to 85 °C
Mating Cycles
> 500

About the Supplier

HB Radiofrequency engineer high performance 3G, 4G, and 5G components such as antennas, cable assemblies, and RF connectors. Equipment is sourced through the company's extensive global vendor network, providing best-in-class performance. HB Radiofrequency forms an essential unit within the Halberd Bastion enterprise, a wholly Australian-owned company with diversified business units across telecommunications procurement, manufacturing, and projects.