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Is there a specific torque (#/ft) for the ANT38 rp-sma connected an AP224, other than finger tight?

In preparing an installation guide for our contractors, I would like to specify a torque value when attaching an ANT38 to an AP224, other than "hand or finger tight".  We've had too many broken antenna ports and need to be exact with the field doc.

thanks

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Re: Is there a specific torque (#/ft) for the ANT38 rp-sma connected an AP224, other than finger ti

Recommended is 4in-lb or approx 0.5Nm for RP-SMA (no more than 1Nm max or the post could fail). 

Jerrod Howard
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Re: Is there a specific torque (#/ft) for the ANT38 rp-sma connected an AP224, other than finger ti

btw Guys are breaking posts with finger tight? Crikey!

Jerrod Howard
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Re: Is there a specific torque (#/ft) for the ANT38 rp-sma connected an AP224, other than finger ti

Thanks for the quick reply JHoward,

that's what i needed.

Regards,

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