DVD-167C: Coaxial Cable Assembly
This video training program demonstrates recommended best-practices for assembling coax connectors to coaxial cable – to make sure your terminations are defect-free and reliable.
This is the ideal program to teach all of the recommended techniques for coaxial cable termination – including crimping, compression, and soldering. Stop bad habits before they begin for new hires, and help eliminate faulty techniques from your veteran operators.
DVD-167C also details the acceptance standards and common defective conditions to make sure your assemblers understand the quality requirements for coaxial connectors.
Section 1 provides an introduction to coaxial cables and connectors, along with associated terminology. Section 2 details manual and semi-automatic cable preparation. Section 3 covers BNC and TNC connectors. Section 4 demonstrates SMA and MCX terminations. Section 5 discusses the assembly of N-type connectors to both flexible and conformable semi-rigid cable.
Includes leader's guide, review questions, exam and certificates for students who pass the final examination.*
Use our Free paper-based testing with certificates of completion for ISO “verification of training,” or take advantage of our Free Automated Testing on the IPC website, so you don't have to grade tests or generate certificates by hand. (Both options are for unlimited students with no expiration.)
Also available on Blu-ray, hi-definition video disc. (See "Related Products," below.) For unlimited usage at one facility. With optional English subtitles for hearing-impaired and ESL students. Produced in cooperation with WHMA, the Wiring Harness Manufacturer's Association. Time: 30 minutes.
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*Includes Training Certification.