SSMA Connectors

 The SSMA connector is essentially a smaller version of the SMA. It was originally designed for use with .085 semi-rigid cable. The male contact was designed to be the same size as the cable conductor so that it could be used as the mating pin for optimized VSWR. 

•  Insulation Resistance :  The insulation resistance shall not be less than 5,000 megaohms.
•  Dielectric Withstanding Voltage : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.
•  RF High Potential Withstanding Voltage : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.
•  Contact Resistance : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.
•  Voltage Standing Wave Ratio ( VSWR ) : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.
•  RF Leakage : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.
•  Insertion Loss : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.
•  Corona Level : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.

ELECTRICAL DATA

•  Force to Engage and Disengage Engage

    - The torque required to engage and disengage shall not exceed 2 inch-pounds. The longitudinal

      force is  not applicable.

•  Coupling Nut Retention Force : 60 lbs. Min. Applicable to male connectors only.

•  Coupling Proof Torque : 15 in. -lbs. Min. Applicable to male connectors only.

•  Cable Retention Force : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.

•  Mating Characteristics

    - See interface dimensions shown. Applicable to females only; oversize pin 0.0213

      0.0001/-0.0000 diameter 0.030/0.045 deep:  Insertion force 3 lbs. Max. 0.0208 + 0.001/-0.0000      

      diameter pin:  withdrawal force 1 0z. Min. with 0.0195 Max. diameter pin.

•  Connector Durability

    - The connector to be testd and its mating connector shall be subjected to 500 insertion and

      withdrawal cycles at 12 cycles per minute Max. The connector shall show not evidence of

      mechanical failure and the  connector shall meet the mating characterisic requirements.

      Recommended Mating Torque  5 inch-pounds.

MECHANICAL DATA

•  Vibration : Specification MIL-STD-202, Method 204, Test Condition D.

•  Shock : Specification MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Test Condition I.

•  Thermal Shock : Refer to applicable military slash sheet or consult factory.

•  Corroision ( Salt Spray ) : Specification MIL-STD-202, Method 101, Test Condition B.

•  Moisture Resistance

   -  Speficication MIL-STD-202, Method 106, No measurement at high humidity. Insulation  resisitance

      shall be 200 megaohms Min. within 5 minutes after removal from humidity.

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA

•  Steel Corrosion Resistance per ASTM A-582, 300 Series, AMS 5567, AMS 5370

•  Brass Alloy per ASTM B-16

•  Beryllium Copper per ASTM B-196 or B-197

•  PTFE Fluorocarbon per ASTM D-1457 or D-1710

•  Silicone Rubber per ZZ-R-765, CLASS IIB. 50 ~ 60 Shore.

MATERIALS

Center contacts shall be gold plated to a Min. thickness of 0.00005-inch accordance with ASTM B-488, Type 2, code C over nickel underplate. All other metal parts shall be finished so as to provide a connector witch meets the corrosion requirements of this table.

FINISH

The design shall be such that the outline dimensions in this catalog are met. In addition, the assembled connector shall meet the interface dimensions. Dimensions are reference only unless stated.

DESIGN

•  Body : Gold, Nickel, Silver, Suco Plating and Passivated depends on customer demand.
•  Center contact : Gold, Nickel, Silver, Suco Plating depends on customer demand.

PLATINGS

SSMA Straight Plug (5)
SSMA Right Angle Plug (3)
SSMA Bulkhead Jack (5)
SSMA Receptacle Jack (5)
SSMA PCB Plug (1)
SSMA PCB Jack (1)
SSMA CAP (2)