BNC Connector

What is BNC Connector?

The BNC connector is also known as Bayonet Neill–Concelman Connector. It is miniature quick connects and disconnect as radio frequency connector used for coaxial cable. It is also a constant impedance connector. That features two bayonet lugs on the female connector and a mating is fully achieved with a quarter turn of the coupling nut. Bayonet Neill–Concelman connectors are used with small and extra small coaxial cable in radio, television, and other radio frequency electronic equipment that is used for test instruments, and video signals.

Original Use of BNC Connector

The BNC connector was originally designed for the military purpose and has achieved a wide range of acceptance in the video library and for RF applications to 2 GHz. The BNC connector uses a slotted conductor and some plastic that has a dielectric on each gender connector.

Advance Uses of BNC Connector

CCTV and IP surveillance accessories are one of the essential components for the completion of a surveillance system. It is one of the leading professional security apparatus which can provide a wide range of different equipment to CCTV surveillance. These BNC connectors are often designed as the fitted and solder by various method. These BNC connectors are generally used in recording studios and for analog and serial digital inference video signal, for radio antennas and various other aerospace electronic equipments and other test equipment. It is also a really good accessory to have with you for any recording and photography related jobs.

BNC connector is one of the most used RF Connector because it is really convenient to use. It is strong, economic and easy to assemble with a little care required during installation. BNC connector plugs are designed in such a manner that is it not only for the required impedance but also to accept a particular coax cable format.