BNC Plug to Double Binding Post Terminal

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BNC plug to double binding post connector for audio, video and networking applications that provides a firm connection. BNC is used to connect a variety of different coaxial cable types. BNC connectors are different from many connectors because of their snap-lock architecture, which keeps the plug firmly in its socket.

  • It is BNC plug to Double binding post terminal connector.
  • It is placed to link wiring to a piece of electronic equipment, most commonly an audio or visual device.
  • After the plug is inserted, it is turned, causing pins in the socket to be pinched into a locking groove on the plug.
  • BNC connector is used for RF signal connections, for analog and Serial Digital Interface video signals.
  • Snug-fit center pin assembly provides tactile feedback.
  • It has excellent cable protection and retention.
  • Precise machined brass parts for outstanding durability.
Question : What does the BNC Connector do?

Answer :

The BNC connector is configured to process both analog and serial digital interface video transmissions. The connector is also capable of handling transmissions for audio interface as well.

Question : Sizes Available with BNC Connectors

Answer :

Typically, BNC connectors are manufactured with 50 and 75 ohm impedance capability, with the 50 ohm impedance good for frequencies of up to 4 GHz and the 75 ohm impedance for up to 2 GHz.

Question : How can a BNC Connector be Used?

Answer :

Many types of electronic test equipment components are configured for the BNC connector. Aviation equipment also frequently employs the use of BNC connectors as well. A third application is with amateur radio antenna connections, making it a popular option with ham radio operators.
Early in the development of consumer-based access to the Internet, the BNC connector was used with Ethernet networks. This application has mainly fallen out of favor, since modern Ethernet network components tend to use a construction that does not include coaxial cables.

Question : Other Names for the BNC Connector

Answer :

The BNC connector is often called other names. Among them are the Baby Neill-Concelman connector, the Baby N connector, the British Naval connector, and the Bayonet Nut connector.

Question : Is BNC connectors are used in CCTV Cameras?

Answer :

Yes, they are used extensively.

Question : What is a BNC to BNC (SDI) Serial Digital Interface Cable?

Answer :

This cable is MX's SDI cable with true 75 ohm BNCs and flexible RG59 coax. High quality and easy to work with, this cable will pass an SDI signal very cleanly with no interference.

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