: (949) 851 3114
Products Cable Builder Parts Finder
Home  > Adapters  > HN  > Adapters Between Series  > HN Female to Other Series
LOADING MENU...

RF Parts

Bias Tees

N
SMA

Cable Assemblies Precision

Caps

Fuse Holders

Hybrids 90 degrees

SMA

Isolators/Circulators

Phase Trimmers

Power Dividers Resistive

Shorts

Terminations - 50 Ohm Precision

Terminations - High Power

Terminations - Resistor Type



HN Female To N Female Adapter


Adapters - HN Female To N Female Adapter HN f   0 N f   0

HN Female To N Female Adapter

A3602
1-24: $69.77 | 25-49: $64.89
ADD TO CART

HN Female to N Female Adapter:

HN adapter A3602 from Federal Custom Cable is one of over 500,000 coaxial interconnect adapters directly available to the Radio Frequency & component industry users. Our HN to N coax adapter is designed with 50 Ohm impedance that has a Maximum VSWR of 1.30:1 and is precisely manufactured to meet all RF Microwave and Millimeter wave industry standards & specifications.

N Female to HN Female Adapter:

It is also referred to as N to HN adapter A3602 from fccable.com has N connector with Female gender on the one side and HN connector with a Female gender on the other. It is precisely designed with a straight body style for use as an in-line coax adapter.

HN Jack to N Jack Adapter:

Our between series HN to N coaxial adapter A3602 is available for same day immediate shipment from Federal Custom Cable also known as FCCable.com, an ISO9001:2008; ITAR M26901 certified facility; with any other RF Microwave Connectors; RF Cable Assemblies or RF Components.

N Jack to HN Jack Adapter:

Is also known as HN adapter A3602 from fccable.com has a HN connector with Jack gender on the one side and an N connector with a Jack gender on the other; is one of many adapters; used in a variety of industries stemming from computing; wireless; telecommunications; test and measurement; aerospace; aeronautics; electronics; energy; industrial & manufacturing; medical to Satcom antennas; Muos antennas and several other military applications; microelectronics and textiles and lately in robotics and drones.