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BNC connectors are a classic, dependable design, suited to accommodate a large variety of RG and industry-standard coaxial cables, in a variety of termination styles. Its bayonet-style coupling mechanism enables quick-connect and disconnect with positive locking. Mating is achieved with just a quarter-turn of the coupling nut.
The Type N is a durable, weatherproof, medium-size RF connector designed for systems where excellent RF and mechanical performance is critical. They feature a threaded coupling mechanism and are fully interchangeable with N-Type connectors made to the MIL-C-39012 specification.
The 7.0mm connector is also commonly known as an APC-7 connector. 7.0mm connectors are largely used for laboratory microwave test equipment for frequencies up to 18GHz.
The TNC connector series is a miniature, threaded weatherproof series with a contact design similar to a BNC. series, It features a threaded coupling nut for secure mating and higher frequency performance than the BNC. TNC connectors are ideal for a variety of applications.
The Q connector is a QMA type connector. It features a similar high-power handling capability of an SMA providing a significant advantage over other quick disconnect connectors. The QMA series offers a more convenient installation than SMA connectors, with a snap-on instead of a threaded coupling. Another benefit of eliminating the threaded coupling is the denser packaging since there is no requirement for wrench clearance.
TuffGrip employs a hefty handgrip at the system end to better withstand the rigors of field work. It meets the demands of repeated mating and unmating to cell tower cables with connectors that may have degraded from exposure. The robust hand grip allows the user to apply as much resistance as necessary to properly torque the system cable connector, while preventing excess torque from being applied to the high-performance test cable. A proper connection may now be made quickly with a single wrench.
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