High-performance MMIC Line

High-performance MMIC Line Now Up to 150 Solution- Includes Options for Space

Courtesy of Custom MMIC : High-performance MMIC Line Now Up to 150 Solution- Includes Options for Space

“We are excited to announce that our catalog of standardized GaAs and GaN designs has reached over 150 devices.”

“Recent product releases include: an ultra-wideband 0.5W distributed driver amplifier that operates from DC – 30 GHz with high linearity; a new digital attenuator family with options to 40 GHz, broadband switches covering DC-18 GHz, a 5-bit phase shifter, high IP3 mixers, low phase noise amplifiers (LPNAs), and an industry-leading 0.5 dB low noise amplifier (LNA).”

“As we continue to respond to customer requests to assist with improving noise performance and reducing bias control—and other unwanted signal chain circuitry—our library is growing rapidly,” said John Greichen, VP of Sales and Marketing. “We’re getting excellent response to our growing number of devices operated via positive bias, and our broadband solutions—particularly those offering positive gain slopes.”

We deliver many devices and their evaluation boards from stock and offers rapid and efficient space qualification on most of their models. Over a dozen models are currently qualified to Class K requirements. These can be viewed at: https://www.custommmic.com/space-qualified-mmics/.

All other newly released products can be viewed at https://www.custommmic.com/news/.

To review data on this growing family of high-performance MMICs, visit https://www.custommmic.com/search-by-band/.

Bluetooth 5/Bluetooth Low Energy medical monitoring

Bluetooth 5/Bluetooth Low Energy medical monitoring ‘careable’ and digital therapeutic platform delivers patient engagement and remote care management solution

Courtesy of Nordic Semiconductor : Bluetooth 5/Bluetooth Low Energy medical monitoring ‘careable’ and digital therapeutic platform delivers patient engagement and remote care management solution

Life365’s ‘LifeConnect’ wearable employs Nordic’s nRF52840 multiprotocol SoC to run health monitoring sensors and wirelessly transmit health data to patient’s customized tablet

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Life365, a Tempe, AZ-based digital health solutions provider, has selected Nordic’s nRF52840 Bluetooth® 5/Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) advanced multiprotocol System-on-Chip (SoC) for its ‘LifeConnect Careable’. LifeConnect is a Bluetooth LE medical monitoring wearable (or ‘careable’ as it’s called by the developer) for people with chronic health conditions, supported by a remote care management system for clinicians.

The LifeConnect wearable incorporates a heart rate monitor, galvanic skin resistance sensor (to record hydration and stress data), an accelermoter/gyro, as well as a thermometer. It can also wirelessly connect to other medical monitoring devices—for example cardiac or brain monitors—for gathering biometric data and other key health indicators, as well as be tailored to meet the specific needs of an individual patient.

In addition to the LifeConnect device, a patient is also issued with a customized tablet pre-installed with the ‘myLife365’ companion software, allowing patients to self-monitor the collected data and access a range of applications including health surveys, education resources, medication and appointment reminders, and two-way video for communication between the patient and care team.

Nordic’s nRF52840 SoC provides LifeConnect with Bluetooth LE wireless connectivity, enabling the sensor and medical monitoring device data gathered by the product to be relayed to the patient’s Bluetooth 4.0 (and later) tablet. The SoC’s powerful Arm® M4F processor provides ample computational power to run complex sensor algorithms as well as provide low latency Bluetooth LE connectivity. In addition, the SoC’s on-chip NFC-A tag enables the device to record interactions between health care professionals and the patient in the home ensuring electronic visit verification (EVV) compliance. When visiting a patient the health care professional can pair their ID tag with the LifeConnect device via NFC, confirming the visit took place.

We selected the nRF52840 SoC on the strength of the Bluetooth 5 functionality, and for the Arm processor, and RAM and Flash memory allocations

Eric Vanderwater, Life365

LifeConnect is also Wi-Fi-enabled, providing bi-directional connectivity between the device and Cloud, allowing the sensor data gathered by the wearable to be directly transferred to the ‘Life365 Digital Therapeutic Platform’, and accessed by both patients and clinicians via the Touchpoints365 online portal. The portal allows clinicians and care teams to remotely review patient health data, monitor patient activity and wellness, configure healthcare solutions used by patients at home, and offer timely interventions if a patient shows signs of clinical deterioration.

LifeConnect is powered by a rechargeable Li-Poly battery, providing up to several days of operation between recharge, depending on the type of application and level of user interaction, thanks in part to the ultra low power characteristics of the Nordic SoC. The nRF52840 has been engineered to minimize power consumption with a fully-automatic power management system that reduces power consumption by up to 80 percent compared with the nRF51 Series.

Nordic’s nRF52840 multiprotocol SoC is Nordic’s most advanced ultra low power wireless solution. The SoC supports complex Bluetooth LE and other low-power wireless applications that were previously not possible with a single-chip solution. The nRF52840 is Bluetooth 5-, Thread 1.1-, and Zigbee PRO (R21) and Green Power proxy specification-certified and its Dynamic Multiprotocol feature uniquely supports concurrent wireless connectivity of the protocols. The SoC combines a 64MHz, 32-bit Arm Cortex® M4F processor with a 2.4GHz multiprotocol radio (supporting Bluetooth 5, ANT™, Thread, Zigbee, IEEE 802.15.4, and proprietary 2.4GHz RF protocol software) with 1MB Flash memory and 256kB RAM. The chip supports all the features of Bluetooth 5 (including 4x the range or 2x the raw data bandwidth (2Mbps)) compared with Bluetooth 4.2. The SoC is supplied with Nordic’s S140 SoftDevice, a Bluetooth 5-certified software protocol stack for building long range and high data Bluetooth LE applications.

“We selected the nRF52840 SoC on the strength of the Bluetooth 5 functionality, and for the Arm processor, and RAM and Flash memory allocations, which provided good value considering the relatively low cost of the chip itself,” says Eric Vanderwater, Chief Technology Officer at Life365. “Nordic’s SoftDevice made firmware development much simpler, and the availability and quick response of Nordic’s firmware development support and technical support was incredibly valuable during development.”

SARA-N310

SARA-N310 Cellular Module by u-blox AG

Courtesy of everything RF : SARA-N310 Cellular Module by u-blox AG

The SARA-N310 is a multi-band NB-IoT module that supports the preliminary set of 3GPP Release 14 features (LTE Cat NB2). This module will be able to receive additional features and ultimately become Release 14 and 5G compliant via subsequent firmware upgrades. The SARA-N310 provides a comprehensive set of features and protocols that NB-IoT-based applications will benefit from, including TCP, HTTPS, CoAP, DTLS, and MQTT. With its ultra-low power consumption profile and the ability to configure voltage domains, the module is optimized to operate on a single cell primary battery for 10+ years, eliminating the need for frequent maintenance visits.

Product Specifications

Product Details

    • Part Number : SARA-N310
    • Manufacturer : u-blox AG
    • Description : Globally configurable Module for NB-IoT and 5G

General Parameters

    • Wireless Technology : NB-IoT
    • Region : Global
    • LTE/4G Category : NB-IoT
    • LTE/4G Band : B3, B5, B8, B20, B28
    • IoT : Yes
    • Package : 96 pin LGA
    • Interface : UART, GPIO, ADC
    • Datarate Download Link : 125 kbps
    • Datarate Uplink : 0.140 kbps
    • Votage : 2.6 to 4.2 V
    • Size : 16.0 x 26.0 x 2.4 mm
    • Weight : 3 g
    • ROHS : Yes
QPA2213 RF Amplifier

QPA2213 RF Amplifier by Qorvo

Courtesy of everything RF : QPA2213 RF Amplifier by Qorvo

The QPA2213 from Qorvo is a wideband GaN driver amplifier that operates from 2 to 20 GHz. This amplifier delivers 34 dBm of saturated output power and 25 dB of gain while achieving 25% power added efficiency. The module is available in a 4.5 x 4.5 x 1.74 mm laminate package and is ideal for both commercial and military-wide band or narrowband systems. It is fabricated on Qorvo’s production 0.15 um GaN on SiC process (QGaN15).

Product Specifications

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPA2213
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : 2 W GaN Amplifier from 2 to 20 GHz

General Parameters

    • Type : Driver Amplifier
    • Configuration : IC/MMIC/SMT
    • Industry Application : Radar, Commercial, Military
    • Frequency : 2 to 20 GHz
    • Power Gain : 16 dB
    • Small Signal Gain : 25 dB
    • Noise Figure : 4 dB
    • Saturated Power : 2 W
    • PAE : 23 %
    • Impedance : 50 Ohms
    • Sub-Category : GaN Amplifier
    • Input Return Loss : 12 to 29 dB
    • Phase Noise : 7 to 26 dB
    • Supply Voltage : 18 V
    • Current Consumption : 330 mA
    • Package Type : Surface Mount
    • Dimensions : 4.50 x 4.50 x 1.74 mm
    • Operating Temperature : -40 to 85 Degrees C
    • Storage Temperature : -55 to 125 Degrees C
    • RoHS : Yes
RF Cables and Connectors

Overview of Military Standards for RF Cables and Connectors

Courtesy of Pasternack : Overview of Military Standards for RF Cables and Connectors

Many coaxial cable and connector types are available in the RF and microwave industry designed for specific purposes and applications; compatibility with other RF microwave components is achieved with universally accepted cable and connector standards. The US Department of Defense (DOD) develops standards for materials, facilities, engineering, and testing practices in order to improve military operational readiness and reduce costs and production time. DOD standards have adopted non-government standards and practices that meet DoD performance requirements. This process is managed by the Defense Standardization Program who provides the standards and relevant specifications. RF cables and connectors used in military applications have demanding requirements for environmental specifications, such as temperature, shock, and vibration; these requirements are specified in detail the US Department of Defense military standards in MIL-DTL-17J for coaxial cables and MIL-PRF-39012 RF for coaxial connectors.

Department of Defense Standards (DoD)

The Acquisition Streamlining and Standardization Information System (ASSIST) database is a list of defense and federal standardization documents as well as adopted non-government standards (NGS), and Materiel International Standardization Agreements (ISAs). The approved standardization documents in the database include:

> Defense specifications, standards, and handbooks

Commercial item descriptions (CIDs) and federal specifications and standards

NGS created by consensus procedures in non-government standards organizations

Materiel ISAs within NATO countries which have been ratified by the US.

When developing defense standards and specifications, one must be authorized by a military defense agency or department as a Standardization Management Activities (SMA) organization. Military standardization documents in the DoD Index of Specifications and Standards can be found at the DoD Single Stock Point in Philadelphia while the Industry standards, for example, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and American National Standards Institute, are available from the specific association that authored the standards and specifications. It is important to note that military specifications can change at any time and it’s a good practice to check to make sure that the latest revision is being referenced. These standards are often referred to by their acronyms such as, “MIL-STD” Military Standard, “MIL-SPEC” Military Specifications or “MilSpecs.” According to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), military specifications serve to “describe the physical and/or operational characteristics of a product” while military standards “detail the processes and materials to be used to make the product.”

MIL-DTL-17

Coaxial cables for military and aerospace applications must meet the standards and specifications in MIL-DTL-17 which details specifications for flexible and semi-rigid coaxial cables with solid and semisolid dielectric cores as well as single, dual, twin, and triaxial conductors intended for use in radio frequency applications. The most current version of MIL-DTL-17 is revision “J” produced in 2014. To locate a regulation for a specific part or its specifications, a Part or Identifying Number (PIN) is assigned which begins with the letter “M” for Military followed by the specification number, the corresponding slash sheet number, and the assigned dash number or “RG” number.

MIL-PRF-39012

Coaxial connectors for military and aerospace applications must meet the standards and specifications in MIL-PRF-39012 which provides general requirements and test methods for RF connectors used with flexible and semirigid coaxial cables. This standard gives the following classification standards:

> Class 1 is a connector with “superior RF performance at specified frequencies” and

> Class 2 is  a connector that provides a  mechanical connection within an RF circuit.

This standard also describes categories by which connectors are classified:

  • A  = field serviceable
  • B  = non-field replaceable
  • C  = field replaceable solder center contact
  • D  = field replaceable crimp center contact
  • E  = field replaceable and
  • F  = field replaceable crimp, for semi-rigid cable

MIL-PRF-39012’s latest amendment “E” in 2014 (section 3.3.5) adds that recycled, recovered, or environmentally friendly materials “should be used to the maximum extent possible, provided that the material meets or exceeds the operational and maintenance requirements, and promotes economically advantageous life cycle costs.” MIL-PRF-39012 Rev. F specification sheet, produced in 2016, gives the PIN for connectors. For example, MIL-PRF-39012/55 is the PIN referring to an RF coaxial SMA connector plug with a pin contact where the letter “M” is followed by the basic specification sheet number, and a sequentially assigned four-digit dash number. The first digit in the dash number designates the material and plating of the connector body as in “0” for silver plated brass, “3” for passivated corrosion resistant steel, “4” for gold plated copper beryllium, or “7” for nickel plated brass. More specifically, M39012/55 – 3028 refers to an SMA connector pin made of passivated corrosion resistant steel.

Half Turn Trimmer Capacitors from Voltronics, solving shortages in the medical industry

Courtesy of Knowles Precision Devices : Half Turn Trimmer Capacitors from Voltronics, solving shortages in the medical industry

New and evolving markets, including automotive, defense, mobile, industrial, and internet of things (IoT) are creating surges in demand for passive components. As a result, some manufacturers are ceasing production of mature lines or slimming down ranges in favour of newer and more profitable products. Continuing to support customers in the medical devices industry, Knowles Precision Devices brand Voltronics offers a wide range of non-magnetic trimmer products. Of particular interest is the J series of half turn trimmer capacitors.

Voltronics has been offering high performance, high Q, half turn trimmer capacitors for over 2 decades. The J series is a proven performer that delivers uncompromising stability for even the most demanding applications, including RFID, medical devices, cellular technologies, tunable filter circuits and much more. Available in standard and high voltage (HV) ranges, they offer up to 50pF and 350V DC working voltage.

Design engineers are often faced with trade-offs, one of which may be the choice between a fixed or trimmer capacitor. While a trimmer capacitor may be considered slightly more expensive than a fixed value capacitor, it is often cost-comparable to the closest tolerance MLCC. But in addition, it will provide greater flexibility. Voltronics’ J series, half-turn trimmer capacitors offer a quality solution for surface mount variable capacitor requirements. The JZ series features the lowest magnetic content making them particularly suitable for MRI applications. They are also available in an HV version, providing working voltage up to 350 VDC with DWV of 700 VDC in addition to a recently extended maximum capacitance of 50 pF.

The JR series offer most of the range of capacitance available in the JZ series but in a more compact package size. Both ranges are pick-and-place compatible and feature a dust-proof and solvent-resistant design.

Dielectric Laboratories (DLI), Novacap, Syfer Technology and Voltronics came together to form a single organisation, Knowles Precision Devices – they have now been joined by Johanson Manufacturing and Compex. This entity has a combined history exceeding 200 years and is a division of Knowles Corporation of USA, an independent publicly traded company.

New Ultra Wideband 0.5W GaAs Distributed Driver Amplifier Operates from DC – 30 GHz with High Linearity

Courtesy of Custom MMIC : New Ultra Wideband 0.5W GaAs Distributed Driver Amplifier Operates from DC – 30 GHz with High Linearity

We are excited to announce the release of CMD292, our latest wideband Distributed Driver Amplifier MMIC.

CMD292 delivers 13 dB of gain with a corresponding output 1 dB compression point of +27 dBm and output IP3 of +33 dBm at 15 GHz. The CMD292 features a positive gain slope over frequency, easing broadband designs when flat gain profile is desired.

The CMD292 is a pad-compatible replacement for the Analog Device product, HMC994. This broadband device is ideally suited for applications requiring broad bandwidth, high output power, and high linearity.

Visit https://www.custommmic.com/cmd292-distributed-driver-amplifier/ for more information and to download the full datasheet and S-parameter data.

nRF52840 System-on-Chip

Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52840 System-on-Chip is now one of the first chips supporting Bluetooth LE with Amazon FreeRTOS

Courtesy of Nordic Semiconductor : nRF52840 System-on-Chip is now one of the first chips supporting Bluetooth LE with Amazon FreeRTOS

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that its award-winning nRF52840 multiprotocol Bluetooth®Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) System-on-Chip (SoC) is one of the first devices to support Bluetooth LE with Amazon FreeRTOS.

Amazon FreeRTOS is an operating system for microcontrollers that makes small, low-power edge devices easy to program, deploy, secure, connect, and manage. Amazon FreeRTOS is based on the FreeRTOS kernel, a popular open source operating system for microcontrollers, and extends it with software libraries that make it easy to securely connect your small, low-power devices to AWS cloud services like AWS Internet of Things (IoT) Core or to more powerful edge devices running AWS IoT Greengrass.

“We are delighted to be working with Nordic Semiconductor,” comments Dirk Didascalou, Vice President, AWS IoT, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “By allowing Amazon FreeRTOS applications to communicate over Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), we are making it easy for our customers to securely connect their BLE devices to AWS IoT via a mobile device, and build innovative, low power applications including analyzing sensor data, and monitoring and managing fleets of devices.”

“The Nordic nRF52840 SoC has become one of the world’s most popular Bluetooth LE chips since its introduction in 2016,” comments Nordic Semiconductor CTO, Svein-Egil Nielsen. “Featuring an Arm Cortex-M4F processor, 1MB of Flash and 256kB of RAM memory, together with a multiprotocol radio that supports IEEE 802.15.4 in addition to complete Bluetooth 5 support, the nRF52840 is the ideal platform for IoT devices.”

Nielsen continues: “We are delighted to see AWS add Bluetooth LE support to Amazon FreeRTOS and name the nRF52840 as one of the first chips to officially support it. As many customers’ de-facto, ultra-low power IoT connectivity chip of choice, offering a wide breadth of connectivity options with outstanding energy efficiency, the nRF52840 is an excellent complement to, and expands, the solution and product application range possible with Amazon FreeRTOS.”

The Bluetooth LE support in Amazon FreeRTOS was recently announced at AWS re:Invent 2018 in Las Vegas.

This Beta release includes a GATT/GAP API, a custom profile for provisioning Wi-Fi credentials over Bluetooth LE, and companion iOS and Android SDKs. Also included is a custom profile for MQTT over Bluetooth LE that offers seamless Device-to-Cloud messaging via an iOS or Android proxy device.

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NB-IoT module

u-blox announces globally configurable NB-IoT module ready for 3GPP Rel 14 and 5G

Courtesy of u-blox : Announces globally configurable NB-IoT module ready for 3GPP Rel 14 and 5G

The multi‑band SARA‑N3 is globally configurable for operation under any NB‑IoT network.  

Thalwil, Switzerland – November 27, 2018 – u‑blox (SIX:UBXN), a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies, has today announced the SARA‑N3, a multi‑band NB‑IoT module that supports a preliminary set of 3GPP Release 14 features (LTE Cat NB2). The SARA‑N3 is available in two variants: one dedicated to China and another that can operate across multiple bands on any NB‑IoT network globally.

The u‑blox firmware‑over‑the‑air (uFOTA) client/server solution with Lightweight M2M (LwM2M) allows SARA‑N3 to be remotely provisioned with additional features. LwM2M is a more lightweight solution as compared to OMA‑DM and thereby ideal for providing critical firmware updates to IoT devices. In this way, SARA‑N3 can ultimately become 5G compliant. SARA‑N3 also supports the creation of dynamic LwM2M objects, giving customers high levels of feature customization through the ability of scripting their own configurable objects.

“With its feature‑rich capabilities, the SARA‑N3 enables the development of one device across multiple regions for a wide variety of IoT/IIoT applications such as metering, smart city smart city systems, smart homes and industrial trackers,” says Samuele Falcomer, Senior Product Manager, Product Center Cellular at u‑blox. “For customers currently using other methods to send IoT/IIoT data, such as legacy cellular technology, it is simple to upgrade to SARA‑N3 through u‑blox nested design and the new features introduced. The product is future‑proof, as it can receive further firmware upgrades over the air.”

The SARA‑N3 provides a comprehensive set of features and protocols that NB‑IoT‑based applications will benefit from, including TCP, HTTPS, CoAP, DTLS and MQTT. With its ultra‑low power consumption profile and the ability to configure voltage domains, the module is optimized to operate on a single cell primary battery for 10+ years, eliminating the need for frequent maintenance visits. Other features include a ‘last gasp’ function that lets the module send one last message should the power fail unexpectedly and protection against software attacks by detecting potential jamming signals.

u‑blox manufactures according to ISO/TS16949 professional grade specifications. This approach incorporates 100% automated x‑ray and optical inspections, 100% outgoing test and product traceability. Together with failure analysis and product qualification criteria ensures that highly reliable products designed for long‑term operation are created.

Learn more:

Come and visit our booth no 230A, Hall 5, at SPS IPC Drives (Nuremberg, November 27‑29, 2018).

About u‑blox

u‑blox (SIX:UBXN) is a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies for the automotive, industrial, and consumer markets. Their solutions let people, vehicles, and machines determine their precise position and communicate wirelessly over cellular and short range networks. With a broad portfolio of chips, modules, and a growing ecosystem of product supporting data services, u‑blox is uniquely positioned to empower its customers to develop innovative solutions for the Internet of Things, quickly and cost‑effectively. With headquarters in Thalwil, Switzerland, the company is globally present with offices in Europe, Asia, and the USA.

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FirstNet Antenna with GPS, LTE and Wi-Fi

FirstNet Antenna with GPS, LTE and Wi-Fi

Courtesy of Taoglas : FirstNet Antenna with GPS, LTE and Wi-Fi

The FMA939 Guardian Response is a next-generation combination FirstNet antenna with GPS, LTE and Wi-Fi.  The first-panel antenna worldwide designed for IoT Gateway and Router devices. It is a low profile 6in1 wall and adhesive mount antenna. It is a heavy-duty, fully IP67 waterproof external M2M antenna for use by RF professionals in IoT Gateway and Routers, HD Video Streaming, Transportation and Remote Monitoring Applications.

This antenna delivers powerful antenna technology for worldwide 4G LTE bands at 698-960MHz /1710-2170MHz /2490-2690MHz /3300-3600MHz, dual-band 2.4/5.8GHz Wi-Fi, plus GPS-GLONASS-GALILEO-BeiDou for location accuracy. It enables designers to cover a wide range of technologies by installing a single antenna.

4G wireless applications demand high-speed data uplink and downlink. High efficiency and high gain MIMO antennas are necessary to achieve the required signal to noise ratio and throughput required to solve these challenges. Taoglas also takes care to have high isolation among these antennas to prevent self-interference. Low loss cables used to keep efficiency high over long cable lengths.

FirstNet is a dedicated communications tool for First Responders in the US. It is an isolated network to provide faster critical information and data-sharing between First Responders and their agencies. New FirstNet devices are being deployed to allow for the multitude of services and applications which will be using the network for the following mission-critical applications:
– Computer-aided dispatch (vehicle location)
– EMS Electronic Patient Care Reporting
– Vehicle Mounted RMS/ Citations/ Scanners
– Video Streaming

The GPS-GLONASS-GALILEO-BeiDou active antenna has been carefully designed for excellent performance across all GNSS bands, leading to higher location accuracy and stability of tracking in urban environments. The housing is IP67 waterproof and comes with a 3M foam adhesive. The antenna can be mounted internally or externally on a vehicle. The FMA939 comes with 1 meter, low
loss KSR-200P coaxial cables for the LTE and Wi-Fi antennas, and RG174 coaxial cable for the GNSS antenna as standard. Customized cables and connector versions are also available.

Guardian Response FMA939 6in1 Adhesive Mount Antenna GNSS+LTE+FirstNet+Wi-Fi*3

  • Low-profile Housing – Mounts flush to Wall
  • 1*GPS-GLONASS-GALILEO-BeiDou Antenna
  • 1*LTE MIMO 698-960MHz/1710-2170MHz/
  • 2490-2690MHz/ 3300-3600MHz
  • 1* FirstNet Band 14
  • 3*Wi-Fi MIMO 2.4GHz/5.8GHz
  • Worldwide 4G Bands including 3G and 2G
  • IP67 Waterproof Enclosure
  • Dimensions: 146*134*20mm
  • 1M Low Loss KSR200-P and RG174
  • SMA(M)/RP-SMA(M) connectors
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Also available in White

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