ADC's true 75 Ohm BNC connectors are the most reliable and universally accepted method of terminating coaxial cable in the market today. Outstanding electrical performance is achieved by unique design elements in the industry's truest 75 Ohm connector. Precision-molded insulators with locking gold-plated center conductors ensure
true 75 Ohm characteristic impedance. Innovative features result in significant reduction of impedance mismatch throughout the network and improved transmission reliability in digital applications.
An idea whose time has come, the new notched BNC series from ADC makes it easy to spot BNC connectors that are not properly latched to BNC jacks. This is especially helpful with high-density coax panels such as ADC's midsize video product offering where terminations are very tight, and in the back of dark racks.
Cable Numbers: 728, 8281, 8281B, 8281F, VP618PE, VP618PE,
VP618M, CV752, CAMPLEX 1.
Connector Crimp Areas:
Hex Flats Distance: 0.324 Inch, 8.23 mm.
Center Pin: .042 inch, 1.07 mm.
Crimp Die: WD-1