Equipment and Components for the RF and Microwave industry

Torque Wrenches
ATW Series

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These handy range of torque wrenches enable the correct installation or disassembly of a wide range of coaxial connectors as listed in the table below.

Designed with a preset torque value, which when reached will "break" about the pivot pin.

Supplied in a wooden box as standard.

Part No. For Use with Connector Type Wrench Size Preset Torque
mm inches in. lbs Nm
ATW-S01 SMA/3.5mm/2.92mm/2.4mm/1.85mm 8.0 5/16 8.1 +/-0.4 0.92 +/-0.05
ATW-K02 3.5mm/2.92mm/2.4mm/1.85mm 8.0 5/16 12.0 +/-0.7 1.36 +/-0.08
ATW-N03 Type N 19.1 3/4 8.1 +/-0.4 0.92 +/-0.05
ATW-N04 Type N/7mm (Stainless Steel) 19.1 3/4 14.0 +/-0.8 1.60 +/-0.09
ATW-N05 Type N 20.0 25/32 8.1 +/-0.4 0.92 +/-0.05
ATW-N06 Type N (Stainless Steel) 20.0 25/32 14.0 +/-0.8 1.60 +/-0.09
ATW-SC07 SC/Type N 20.6 13/16 8.1 +/-0.4 0.92 +/-0.05
ATW-SC08 SC/Type N (Stainless Steel) 20.6 13/16 14.0 +/-0.8 1.60 +/-0.09
ATW-TNC09 TNC (Stainless Steel) 14.3 9/16 12.0 +/-0.7 1.36 +/-0.09
ATW-TNC10 TNC (Stainless Steel) 15.9 5/8 12.0 +/-0.7 1.36 +/-0.09
ATW-SMC11 SMC 6.0 15/64 3.0 +/-0.15 0.36 +/-0.02
ATW-SMC12 SSMC 4.0 5/32 2.0 +/-0.1 0.23 +/-0.01
ATW-SS13 SSMA 6.4 1/4 5.0 +/-0.2 0.57 +/-0.02
ATW-SS14 SSMA (Stainless Steel) 6.4 1/4 8.1 +/-0.4 0.92 +/-0.05
ATW-SH15 SMA Hermetic 7.1 9/32 30.0 +/-2.0 3.40 +/-0.23
ATW-1MM 1mm 6.0 15/64 4.0 +/-0.15 0.45 +/-0.02
ATW-716 7/16 32.0 1 1/4 20.0 +/-1.5 2.26 +/-0.17
ATW-717 7/16 27.0 1 1/16 20.0 +/-1.5 2.26 +/-0.17
ATW-TNC18 TNC 14.3 9/16 6.1 +/-0.3 0.69 +/-0.03
ATW-TNC19 TNC 15.9 5/8 6.1 +/-0.3 0.69 +/-0.03
ATW-TNC28 TNC 14.3 9/16 14.0 +/-0.8 1.60 +/-0.09
ATW-S20 SMA (recommended for test application) 8.0 5/16 5.0 +/-0.2 0.56 +/-0.02

Instructions for Use

  1. The preset torque value is achieved by using the wrench as illustrated right.
  2. Fit the wrench around the connector hex nut and apply force on the torque wrench using a smooth steady action.Caution: Do not apply force by holding any other part of the wrench other than the handle and do not use any other lever aid on the wrench.
  3. When the set torque is reached, the torque wrench will move through a small arc about the pivot pin and "break". Force on the handle should now be released. If the connector is over torqued, loosen it and then repeat the operation.
  4. If the wrench has not been used recently, actuate it by clicking the wrench head back and forth several times before use. This spreads lubricant throughout the internal mechanism to improve performance.
  5. This is a precision tool and should be handled with care. If the wrench is accidentally dropped, it should be checked on a Torque Tester before using again.
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