Yep, got three of 'em from the UK off ebay. Got them before I found out the
hardline was RFS and not Andrew. Thanks for the reassurance. Anyone else
have an (experienced) opinion?
73, Dick WC1M
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Maki [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2006 11:24 PM
> To: towertalk
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Andrew L7PNM-HH connectors on 1-5/8"
> I've never had occasion to use a male connector on 1-5/8" - I
> assume you're doing that because that's what you happen to have?
> But I've used L7PNF and L7PDF connectors on RFS cable in a
> pinch, and they work (and sweep well). Also likewise for the
> 7/8" size, but I seem to recall a very tight fitting center
> pin on 7/8" where the coax center conductor had to be reamed
> slightly to accept the pin.
> I'd say go for it...
> Steve K8LX
> Dick Green WC1M wrote:
> > Obscure question: Does anyone out there know for sure
> whether Andrew
> > L7PNM-H
> > (N-male) connectors for LDF7-50 1-5/8" heliax will fit RFS Cellflex
> > LCF 158-50 JU 1-5/8" hardline made by Cablewave? The two
> brands have
> > the same diameter jacket and outer conductor, but the RFS
> inner conductor is .01"
> > larger in diameter than the Andrew inner conductor. Will this cause
> > the inner conductor stud of the Andrew connector to fit too
> > Has anyone out there successfully used an Andrew L7PNM-H
> connector on RFS hardline?
> > 73, Dick WC1M
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