Here are the site of my picture, which shows the real style of connectors on my carrier card.
I want to know the real type of the transceiver connectors(J15, J16, J19-22) on PicoZed FMC Carrier Card V1, because in the user guide, they are described as SMA, however, the real type of these connectors are not SMA, but I really don't know the exacat type of them. If you know the answer of my problem, please tell me the type of these connectors. Thank you very much.
I do not see pictures attached. Typically you will need to place pictures on a file sharing site.
I can confirm that the connectors are in fact SMA connectors for J15, J16, J19, J20, J21, J22
The manufacturer is: CINCH CONNECTIVITY
The part number is: 142-0711-202
They are 50ohm nominal rated SMA style
You will find the datasheet listed on the product page under products.avnet.com - enter the above part number and search.
Thank you for your help, Dan. Although the user guide describes the connector as SMA, but I am sure the real style of the connector of the Carrier Card is not SMA, it seems like MCX, but I can't confirm the accurate style of it, Here are the site of my picture, which shows the real style of connectors on my carrier card. /sites/default/files/u124961/connector.jpg
Please send me a private message with your order number and where you procured the board so that we can get this sorted.
That image shows the wrong connectors on there and we should get to the bottom of this. I am certain that we called out SMA connectors, as I have multiple FMCv1 and FMCv2 boards here in my office - all of which contain SMA connectors.
You can also see this on the Bill of Materials line item 55.
[picozed.org -> support -> documentation -> related parts -> FMC V1 (click View) -> PicoZed FMC Carrier BOM Rev C ]
For reference, here is a picture of the mispopulated SMA connectors.
For more information please refer to the PicoZed FMC Carrier Card V1 errata document.
Or this forum post addressing the issue.