SMA* Hermetically-Sealed 408-4847
Panel Feedthrough Jack Receptacles 31 OCT 11 Rev B
Jack Metal Gasket Recommended Panel Cutout
Note: Dimensions are in inches over millimeters.
SMA Hermetically-Sealed Panel Feedthrough Jack
Receptacles 1053159-1, 1053181-1, 1053182-1,
1053226-1, 1053227-1, 1053254-1, 1061372-1, and
1089139-1 are designed to be mounted onto a panel
using the following tools:
TOOL PART NUMBER CROSS-REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION TE CONNECTIVITY M/A-COM
Step Reamer 1055284-1 2098-0442-54
.250-36, UNS-2B -- 2098-5618-54
Torque Tool 1055251-1 2098-0248-54
3/8-in. Open Wrench† -- -- Figure 2
† Commercially available
NOTE Unless otherwise specified, dimensions in this Torque Tool
instruction sheet are in metric units [with U.S. Detail A
i customary units in brackets]. Turn Handle
Reasons for reissue of this instruction sheet are Clockwise
provided in Section 5, REVISION SUMMARY.
2. DESCRIPTION Collet (Ref)
The jack receptacle consists of a jack and metal Detail B
gasket. See Figure 1. Jack
3. ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
DANGER Follow safety precautions included with the tools
used for assembly.
1. Refer to Figure 2, and drill a hole in the panel to 3. Install the metal gasket onto the jack. See
the diameter shown. Using the step reamer, ream Figure 4.
the hole to the depth shown. Using the bottoming
tap, tap the thread to the depth shown.
2. While holding the collet of the torque tool, turn the Metal Gasket
handle clockwise until it stops. Thread the jack into
the tool until it bottoms inside the tool. Hand-tighten
the jack. Refer to Figure 3.
NOTE The torque tool is preset between 2.60 and 3.05
Nm [23 and 27 in.-lb].
i Figure 4
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4. Thread the jack into the connector housing by 4. REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR
turning the handle of the torque tool clockwise until Discard and replace any defective or damaged jack
the handle releases. See Figure 5, Detail A. receptacles or metal gaskets.
5. While holding the collet of the torque tool with the 5. REVISION SUMMARY
open wrench, turn the handle counter- clockwise,
and remove the jack assembly from the torque tool. Since the previous version of this document, the
See Figure 5, Detail B. following changes were made:
6. Install the jack assembly onto the panel. • Updated document to corporate requirements.
Handle of Torque Tool
Turn Handle Clockwise
Detail B Turn Handle Counterclockwise
Rev B 2 of 2
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