BNC Connector

BNC Connector

BNC connectors (Bayonet Neill Concelman) are coaxial connectors with bayonet coupling for frequencies up to about 1 GHz, partly up to 4 GHz. This older connector type can still be found on many terminal devices and can also be found in the 10BASE2 computer network cabling. BNC technology has also established itself for the transmission of weak direct currents, low-frequency alternating currents and pulses in laboratory operation because the outer conductor shields electrical interference. The coaxial design thus offers protection against external electrical fields. For this reason, the connections to measuring instruments such as oscilloscopes, frequency counters and function generators are usually made using BNC technology. In contrast to TNC connectors, which are fastened using a screw thread, BNC connectors are detached using a bayonet lock. This makes the connector more susceptible to vibration, but also easier to assemble. The BNC connectors are available in angled or bulkhead form for mounting in enclosures.

 

Available versions

BNC (m)
BNC (m) angled
BNC (f)
BNC (f) bulkhead

 

 

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