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NEW PRODUCTS – BNC Male Plug Terminal Block / BNC Female Jack Terminal Block

NEW PRODUCTS – BNC Male Plug Terminal Block / BNC Female Jack Terminal Block

One truth about working with test equipment is you always need the cable or adapter you don’t have in your toolbox.


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BNC Male Plug Terminal Block

We love these terminal-block BNC (Bayonet Neill–Concelman, for those in the know) connectors so much. No soldering required! Use stranded or solid core wire and a small screw driver to create custom wiring jigs.

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This is the BNC Male Plug Terminal Block. BNC connectors are one of the most common connectors for signal connections such as:

  • Analog and serial digital interface video signals
  • DIY radio antennas
  • Test equipment
  • Composite video

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Please note that usually these connectors are attached to coaxial cable with specific impedances. If you have specific matching needs, this probably won’t work for you.

In stock and shipping now!


NewImage

BNC Female Jack Terminal Block

We love these terminal-block BNC (Bayonet Neill–Concelman, for those in the know) connectors so much. No soldering required! Use stranded or solid core wire and a small screw driver to create custom wiring jigs.

NewImage

This is the BNC Female Jack Terminal Block. BNC connectors are one of the most common connectors for signal connections such as:

  • Analog and serial digital interface video signals
  • DIY radio antennas
  • Test equipment
  • Composite video

NewImage

Please note that usually these connectors are attached to coaxial cable with specific impedances. If you have specific matching needs, this probably won’t work for you.

In stock and shipping now!


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