Teledyne Relays Announces CCR-33M Coaxial Switch for 75-OHM Applications
The CCR-33M can be used in broadcast and cable TV systems, cable modem networks, and aircraft and home video entertainment systems, according to Ron McConaughy, product marketing engineer.
The electromechanical device switches signals from a common input to either of two outputs, operating from DC to 3 GHz with characteristic impedance of 75 Ohms. It is offered with either a failsafe or latching actuator at voltages of 28, 15 or 12 Vdc. It has a 20-msec switching time and features indicator circuits, TTL and self-cutoff options.
Weighing 1.65 oz. (46.78g), the CCR-33M is offered in a standard SPDT RF switch package or in Teledyne's narrow-body configuration and features female mini-SMB connectors. Its design is also compatible with the two most common mounting hole patterns. A narrow-width body is available as an option. The CCR-33M meets MIL-STD-202 requirements for shock and vibration. It has a warranty of two years or 1 million cycles and features an MTBF of 7.3 million hours.
Pricing ranges from $88 to $273 in quantities of 250 units. Lead time for delivery is stock to six weeks. The CCR-33M follows the introduction in October of the Series CCM-33 coaxial switch, which offers an extended life of 10 million cycles.
For more information, call (800) 284-7007, visit www.teledynerelays.com or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teledyne Relays, a unit of Teledyne Electronics and Communications, has been the world leader in manufacturing ultraminiature electromechanical and solid-state switching products for more than 40 years. The company's comprehensive product line - including 31 new products released in 2002 - meets a wide range of requirements for industrial, commercial, military and aerospace uses.
Teledyne Relays has introduced the Series CCR-33M coaxial switch, a single-pole, double-throw device designed for optimum performance in 75-Ohm applications. The CCR-33M can be used in cable TV systems, cable modem networks, and aircraft and home video entertainment systems.