BNC Connector
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BNC Connector

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BNC Connector

BNC Connector, Male, Crimp. The BNC series is the most commonly used coax connector. With its bayonet coupling mechanism this connector can be used up to 4 GHz. Both 50 and 75 Ω impedances are available. Connector styles are available for flexible, conformable and semi-rigid cable types. Versions of the BNC connector are available for mounting to printed circuit boards using both through-hole soldered and through-hole press-fit techniques. Both crimp and clamp cable termination processes are used for this series. BNC connectors are used for signal, data and video transmission applications.
Mating face sealing for BNC connectors between plug and jack (mated) according to IP 54. The classifications are general statements for the relevant series. Individual connectors may deviate from the values shown. If in doubt, please consult our engineers.

BNC Connector

BNC Connector, Male, Crimp. The BNC series is the most commonly used coax connector. With its bayonet coupling mechanism this connector can be used up to 4 GHz. Both 50 and 75 Ω impedances are available. Connector styles are available for flexible, conformable and semi-rigid cable types. Versions of the BNC connector are available for mounting to printed circuit boards using both through-hole soldered and through-hole press-fit techniques. Both crimp and clamp cable termination processes are used for this series. BNC connectors are used for signal, data and video transmission applications.
Mating face sealing for BNC connectors between plug and jack (mated) according to IP 54. The classifications are general statements for the relevant series. Individual connectors may deviate from the values shown. If in doubt, please consult our engineers.

  • BNC connectors are used with miniature-to-subminiature coaxial cable in radio, television, and other radio-frequency electronic equipment, test instruments, and video signals.
  • The BNC was commonly used for early computer networks, including ARCnet, the IBM PC Network, and the 10BASE2 variant of Ethernet.
PARAMETER SPECIFICATION
Cable Type Coaxial
Securing Bayonet fit
Typical operating frequency range 0 - 4 GHz
Diameter (Male) 14.0 mm / 0.570 in
Diameter (Female) 11.1 mm / 0.436 in