Discounted SMA Female Connectors Now From China Electrical Accessory Wholesaler LenoRF
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) July 03, 2014
Recently, LenoRF, a reliable electrical accessory wholesaler, has announced its special offer for practical SMA female connectors. All the company's newly released connectors are available at discounted rates on its website. According to the chief executive officer of the company, the promotion will last until July 20, 2014.
"All our SMA female connectors are of high quality. We are excited to launch the special offer for the 2014 World Cup. As is known to all, 'SMA' stands for 'SubMiniature version A'. An SMA connector is a semi-precision coaxial RF connector that is developed as a minimal connector interface for coaxial cable with a screw type coupling mechanism. It is made for use from DC to 17 GHz," the CEO says.
The innovation-based supplier is famous for its excellent pre-sale service and after-sale service. In LenoRF, the quality checks and standards are very strict. The CEO has promised that all the ordered connectors will be delivered as soon as possible.
At the moment, LenoRF is offering a huge selection of high quality SMA products for its new and old clients. All its electrical accessories are in stock and ready to ship anytime. It is one of the most distinguished connector wholesalers in the world, which is supported with lots of figures and facts.
LenoRF is a famous global manufacturer of coaxial connectors and cable assemblies. The company has been working in the electronics for several years; it insists on providing high quality items for worldwide distributors who are in need of affordable electronics accessories. Its great products can be widely used in many fields, including broadcast, wireless communications, land-mobile, microwave market sectors and so on.
For more information, readers can visit http://www.coaxial-connector.com/product/sma-connectors-edge-mount-for-pcb/.
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