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Model: TD-30T-518-FC-HS

PMI Model No. TD-30T-518-FC-HS is a high speed Threshold Detector designed to operate over the 5.0 to 18.0 GHz, frequency range.  It has an external adjustment to vary the threshold level from -10 dBm to -20 dBm, with an input flatness of typically ±1.0 dB and a VSWR of less than 3.0:1.  This unit comes in a very small size with field removable SMA connectors for surface mounting or typical coaxial connection.


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Specifications:

Frequency 5.0 to 18.0 GHz
VSWR 3.0:1 max. @ -20 dBm
Threshold Adj. Range -20 dBm to -10 dBm
Input Flatness ±2.0 dB max.
Maximum Input Power +17 dBm CW
Threshold Stability ±2.0 dB max. over frequency and temperature
Response Time 100 ns max.
Output TTL
Power Supply +15 V @ 100 mA max.
Connectors  
  RF Input SMA (F)
  Output SMA (F)/ Solder Pin
  Threshold Adjust Solder Pin
  DC Power Solder Pin
Size 0.80" x 0.62" x 0.40"
Operating Temperature -40 ºC to +85 ºC
Weight 0.50 oz

Environmental Ratings:

Altitude MIL-810F, Method 500.4 Prodedure II
High Temperature - Storage/Operating 35 ºC to 85 ºC
Low Temperature - Storage MIL-810F, Method 502.4 Procedure I
Low Temerature - Operating MIL-810F, Method 502.4 Procedure II
Thermal Shock MIL-810F, Method 503.4
Rain-Drip Test MIL-810F, Method 506.4 Procedure II
Humidity MIL-810F, Method 507.4 Procedure III
Fungus (Mold Growth) MIL-810F, Method 508.5
Salt Fog MIL-810F, Method 509.4

Acceleration - Functional

MIL-810F, Method 513.5 Procedure I & II
Acceleration - Structural MIL-810F, Method 513.5 Procedure I & II
Random Vibration - Flight Envelope MIL-810F, Method 514.5 Procedure I
Sinusodial Vibration - Flight Envelope MIL-810F, Method 514.5 Procedure I
Shock - Functional (Shock Pulse Test) MIL-810F, Method 516.5 Procedure I
Transit Drop MIL-810F, Method 516.5 Procedure IV
Bench Handling MIL-810F, Method 516.5 Procedure IV
Arrestor Landing MIL-810F, Method 516.5 Procedure VIII
Combined Temp., Humidity, & Altitude (Cath) MIL-810F, Method 520.2 Procedure III
Gun Fire Vibration MIL-810F, Method 519.5
Solar Radiation (Actinic Effect) MIL-810F, Method 505.4 Procedure II
Blowing Rain MIL-810F, Method 506.4 Procedure I
Sand & Dust MIL-810F, Method 510.4 Procedure I & II
Fluid Contamination MIL-810F, Method 504.1
Icing/Freezing Rain MIL-810F, Method 521.2 Procedure I