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2 Comments

  1. Bruce Blackburn

    Yes I have drawers with the hard permanent adapters but my go kit has one of these:
    30 piece RF Adapter Kit includes UHF, BNC, N, TNC, SMA, Mini-UHF
    not necessarily from this vendor
    https://powerwerx.com/30-piece-rf-adapter-kit?gclid=cnjdxtau9cscfym2aqodmcgdpq

    Single pieces are available from various vendors so my kit has grown a number of loose pieces as well. I have also modded my Telewave wattmeter with this style adapter so I don’t have to use fixed adapters for various connectors.

    And mine are all marked bright blue 😉

    NØNHP

  2. Oh that’s a very nice solution Bruce! I really like the foam solution, and use something very similar for my drill bits in the ‘shop, so the bit is always facing ‘up’ and I can see them all really fast at a glance. Thanks for the link.

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