Chester Digital Supplies Ltd

Crimp F Connector

Crimp F Connector
Chester Digital Supplies Ltd

Crimp F Connector

  • Material: Brass/Zinc alloy
  • Easy Installation
  • Good Durability
  • F Connector


  • Excellent insertion/withdrawal characteristics
  • Multiple PCB mount types
  • BeCu contact is available from 0.55~1.02mm center conductor sizes
  • Zinc alloy body available


  • Voltage rating: 250V AC.DC
  • Current resistance: 20m Ω max.
  • Insulation resistance: 1,000m Ω min
  • Withstand voltage: 1,500 AC/minute
  • Temperature range: -55C~+105C


  • CATV
  • Set-Top
  • Cable Modems Boxes
  • Cable Assemblies
  • Electronic Specifications

Excellent Quality



Crimp F Connector

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Crimp F connector is a type of connector that is used to connect coaxial cables to electronic devices such as televisions, satellite receivers, and modems. The F connector is named for its threaded connector design, which resembles the letter "F". The crimp F connector is designed to be attached to the end of a coaxial cable, and then crimped onto the cable using a crimping tool.

The crimp F connector is made of metal, typically brass or nickel-plated brass, The connector is threaded onto the device or splitter, providing a secure and reliable connection for high-frequency signals.

Crimp F connectors come in various sizes to fit different types of coaxial cables, such as CT100/RG6 and RG59. Some crimp F connectors have additional features, such as weatherproofing and anti-corrosion coatings, to protect the connection from the elements and ensure a long-lasting connection.

Crimp F connectors are commonly used in home theatre systems, cable TV installations, and satellite TV installations. They provide a reliable and efficient way to connect coaxial cables to electronic devices and are relatively easy to install with the proper tools and equipment.