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BNC Male to BNC Female T Type Adapter Connector

Manufacturer CodeNF-14
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ShippingCan ship Canada


BNC Male Connection
BNC Female Connection
Anti Corrosive Finish
Connects Multiple Males
Precision Machined Mating
Ideal Return Loss
Video, Audio, RF

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NIPPON NF-14 BNC Male to BNC Female T Type Transition Adapter
This is plated with an anti-corrosive finish, Commercial Grade and Quality. The BNC connector is used for RF signal connections, for analog and Serial Digital Interface video signals, amateur radio antenna connections, aviation electronics (avionics) and many other types of electronic test equipment. Using the BNC male to "T" BNC female will facilitate splitting or combining connections to a bulk-head BNC female with more than one pre-made BNC male lead. BNC connectors were commonly used on Test gear and Commercial Grade Video Sources. Some ARCNET networks use BNC-terminated coax.

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Technicians will use this transition accomodate several Feeds to Test Equipment Leads or split Commercial Video source signal to distribute to more than one modulator or Scope.
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An adapter (or adaptor) is a device used to match the physical or electrical characteristics of two different Connectors so that a connection may be made between them and the Equipment You desire to Cross-Connect. Most Connections for Video and RF (Radio Frequency) Equipment is 75 Ohm in Characteristic Impedance. Radio and Microwave Frequency Connections Passing High Power Require 50 Ohms. A Majority of the Adapters offered Here are 75 Ohm. However, with the High Quality Dialectric Found Surrounding the Interior of the Mating Connection, Low Power Usage, and Transition Impedance Matching of Like Characteristic Impedances, Resulting Mis-match of 50 Ohm use woiuld be so Low as to be Considered Negligible.

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