CONEC has developed a series of EMI-filtered connectors that provide near linear performance up to 1GHz and beyond. The EMI-filtered D-subminiature connector series features a proprietary ceramic planar that provides a higher linear performance with better insertion loss.
CONEC EMI-Filtered D-subminiature connectors are available in standard sizes of 9 through 50 positions and in solder cup, straight PC tail, right-angle PCB (in all 3 standard footprints), and 'male-female' adapter termination styles. These connectors are also available in non-magnetic styles for medical applications such as MRI machines and in high-density versions in sizes 15 through 78. The connectors are also available sealed for an IP67 rating for harsh environment applications.
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