BNC Series

 

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  BNC is the most popular coaxial connector. The special bayonet design ensures the user an easy mating/unmating connection.
  The working frequency is up to 4 GHz for 50 Ohm characteristic impedance.
  All 50 Ohm BNC connectors (standard) and 75 Ohm (add "-75" after part number) BNC connectors are intermateable.
  The application of BNC connectors are wide, such as monitor, LAN, telecommunication devices and test equipment. 
 


Plug interface


Jack interface

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Material

Body

Brass, nickel plated

Center contact

Brass (male)/BeCu or PhBz (female), gold plated

Insulator

Teflon, P.P., P.E., Delrin

Crimp ferrule

Annealed copper, nickel plated

Gasket

Silicone rubber

 Electrical

Impedance

50 Ohm

Frequency range

0 ~ 40 GHz

Working voltage

500V rms max
RG178 = 170V rms @sea level max
RG58 = 335V rms @sea level max
RG174, 188, 316 = 250V rms @sea level max

Insulation resistance

5000 MOhm min

Dielectric withstanding voltage

1500V rms min
RG178 = 500V rms min
RG58 = 1000V rms min
RG174, 188, 316 = 750V min

Contact resistance

Center contact: 1.5 mOhm max
Outer contact: 1.0 mOhm max

VSWR

1.3 max

Insertion loss

0.2 dB max @3.0 GHz

 Mechanical

Mating

Bayonet coupling

Coupling nut retention force

100 lbs min

Connector durability

500 matings

Cable retention force

RG178 = 17.3 lbs min
RG316 = 12.1 lbs min
RG58 = 28.7 lbs min

 Environmental

Corrosion (sail spray)

MIL-STD-202F, Method 101D, Condition B

Thermal shock

MIL-STD-202F, Method 1017G, Condition A

Vibration

MIL-STD-202F, Method 204D, Condition B

Mechanical shock

MIL-STD-202F, Method 213B, Condition A


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