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BNC Male coaxial cable connector

C&T RF Antennas Inc BNC connectors for the most popular and widely used miniature size connectors for coaxial cables. The 75 Ohm BNC connectors from C&T RF are ideal for Broadcast applications - meeting the industry's stringent HDTV standards.

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C&T RF Antennas Inc BNC connectors for the most popular and widely used miniature size connectors for coaxial cables. The 75 Ohm BNC connectors from C&T RF are ideal for Broadcast applications - meeting the industry's stringent HDTV standards.



BNC Male coaxial cable connector

C&T RF Antennas Inc BNC connectors for the most popular and widely used miniature size connectors for coaxial cables. The 75 Ohm BNC connectors from C&T RF are ideal for Broadcast applications - meeting the industry's stringent HDTV standards.

The BNC coax connector is one of the most widely used RF connectors today. It is very easy and convenient to use and offers a very high level of performance. The BNC connector is used on test equipment for everything from oscilloscopes to audio generators, and power meters to function generators. In fact, BNC connectors are used in applications where the coaxial or screened cable is required, and particularly for RF applications.

The BNC connector has many attributes. One of its chief mechanical attributes is that it uses a bayonet fixing. This is particularly useful because it prevents accidental disconnection if the cable is pulled slightly or repeatedly moved.

The BNC is also what is termed a constant impedance connector. This means that it has the same characteristic impedance across the whole of the connector. Coax cable has what is called a characteristic impedance. Accordingly, any RF signals traveling along a coax cable will not see any impedance changes as they pass through the BNC connector. This is particularly important for RF applications as it will result in a few reflections and a lower level of loss.

Item NO.: CTRF-CN-BNC-Male

Key Specifications of the BNC Male coaxial cable connector

Connector Series

BNC

Connector Gender

Male

Connector Polarity

Standard

Connector Angle

Straight

Connector Mount Method

None

Connector Impedance

50Ohms

Frequency

DC 0-4Ghz

V.S.W.R

1.3

Voltage Breakdown

DC1000V/50Hz

Insertion Loss

0.1dB/GHz

Insulation Resistance

5000MΩ

Contact Resistance

Shell1mΩ ; Center Pin2.5mΩ

Engagement Force & Separation Force

Center Pin ≥30g

Mating Cycles

>500

Operation Temperature

-40~+65

Storage Temperature

-40~+80

Junction Retention

8KG

Color

Nickel


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BNC CONNECTOR SERIES

The BNC is a bayonet style connector allowing for quick connect and disconnect with a positive locking mechanism. Mating is achieved with just a quarter turn of the coupling nut. With a classic, dependable design, BNCs are suited to accommodate a large variety of RG and industry standard cables, in a variety of termination styles.

C&T RF Antennas Inc offers a full line of BNCs in a multitude of options. From 50 Ω to 75 Ω Impedance, Commercial to Military grade, BNC connectors are miniature, lightweight and reliable. A full line of printed circuit board receptacles, bulkhead receptacles, reverse-polarity connectors, resistor terminations, and other accessories complement the product offering.

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FEATURES AND BENEFITS

Bayonet coupling mechanism provides positive, quick mating and un-mating

50 Ω and 75 Ω impedance designs allow customers to match impedance to system requirements

Connectors are available for military, industrial and commercial applications

APPLICATIONS

Antennas

Broadcast (75 Ω)

Telecom

Automotive

Computers/LANs

Medical Equipment

Satcom

Base Stations

Cable Modems

Instrumentation

Mil-Aero

50 Ohm vs. 75 Ohm BNC Connectors

Traditional 50 Ohm BNC connectors that are installed on 75 Ohm coaxial video cable cause digital signal distortion which results in digital transmission errors.

The mechanical differences between the two types of connectors are the dielectric insulators and center pins. The 75 Ohm connector employs Teflon as a dielectric and air around its outer spring fingers as compared to Delrin surrounding the spring fingers of the 50 Ohm type. Also, the 75 Ohm connector's center pin has the same diameter in the front and rear areas where the pin is crimped to the cable's center conductor; the 50 Ohm connector's pin has a larger diameter in the crimp area. Therefore, different crimp tools are required for two types of center pins.

However, both types of connectors mate mechanically without physical damage. Nevertheless, the 50 Ohm connector is adequate for analog video applications.

50 Ohm BNC and 75 Ohm BNC connectors are available from C&T RF Antennas Inc.  Styles include BNC male, female, right-angle, bulkhead.  C&T RF BNC connectors are common RF connectors used with coaxial cable to connect to radio, television, and other radio-frequency electronic equipment. Used for composite video on commercial video devices. It is commonly used on 10base2 thin Ethernet networks, both on cable interconnections and network cards.




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