NAI Introduces New Steady Link Series-C LMR 240 And LMR 400 Coax Cable Assemblies

NAI, a designer and manufacturer of custom interconnect solutions which deliver power and signals to monitor data, connect people and keep equipment operating, continues its introduction of new standard interconnect products under the Steady Link brand with the launch of a new line of Series-C LMR 240 and 400 coaxial cable assemblies.

Series-C coax jumpers are designed to address the dramatic increase in the use of mobile devices by providing interconnect solutions to service 4G LTE and 5G wireless and industrial network applications.

NAI’s Steady Link Series-C LMR Coax Cable Assemblies have been designed to provide durable and reliable short run feeder connections to anten­nae in WISP, SCADA, GPS, and mobile transmission of communication. These indoor/outdoor assemblies are well suited for connections in high frequency, low loss applications where routing space is minimal and multiple flexing is expected.

Steady Link Series-C coaxial cable assemblies represent a solution for harsh outdoor environments. Engineered to withstand extreme temperatures, their ruggedized design will also tolerate other demanding conditions of continued outdoor exposure.

These new Series-C LMR 50-ohm coax jumper families offer a variety of straight, right angle, male and female connectors for pretermination at both ends. The LMR 400 assemblies feature a 0.405” cable diameter, while the LMR 240 has a 0.240” O.D. Both assemblies can be provided in custom lengths.

The new Series-C LMR Coax Assemblies are made to order from inventoried materials with quick turn program options.


NAI has also launched a new online Coax Configurator to help customers quickly and easily design a customized LMR coax assembly and submit the design for a quote.

NAI will be launching other new assembly products on a similar made-to-order basis, including flexible assemblies, assemblies with more right-angle connector options, Nex10 connectors, GPS and Sync cable assemblies and more.

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