The BNC connector was originally designed for military applications but is now used primarily in the broadcast market. The connector has evolved to keep up with the changing industry landscape and now offers the 12G SDI performance required for 4K and Ultra HD applications. The BNC connector type designed for coaxial cable has been widely adopted and is a popular choice for existing and next-generation video technologies.
We offer a full range of BNC connector types with various female and male options. BNC connectors are small, lightweight, and reliable. The 50-ohm BNC and 75-ohm BNC connectors are available in configurations suitable for commercial and military-grade applications. A full line of printed circuit board (PBC) sockets, bulkhead receptacles, reverse polarity connectors, resistor terminals, and other accessories complement the product.
|Mfr Part #||RHT-610-0066|
|Contact Type||Female Pin|
|Contact Termination||Solder Cup|
|Mounting Type||Panel Mount|
|Number of Positions||1|
|Contact Material||Copper Alloy|
BNC connectors are available in straight or right-angle versions, as well as, 4-hole flange, bulkhead, 4-hole panel, or mountless options. These BNC connector designs include clamp/solder, crimp/solder, field replaceable, solder or solder/solder attachment methods.
BNC connector types feature a bayonet style coupling mechanism that allows for quick connect and disconnect with positive locking. Mating is achieved with just a quarter-turn of the coupling nut. With a classic, dependable design, BNC RF connectors are suited to accommodate a large variety of RG and industry-standard coaxial cables, in a variety of termination styles.
BNC connectors are constructed in male or female gender in standard polarity or reverse polarity threads, with 50 Ohm impedance.