TNC Female to Mini UHF Male Adapter
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TNC Female to Mini UHF Male Adapter

Part no. 882

Metal Body | Nickel Plated | Change the Connector

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1 - 4 5 - 9 10 - 49 50 - 99 100+
$4.28 $3.29 $2.84 $2.54 $2.24
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Coax adapters are the perfect way to quickly change the gender or connector type on an already-terminated cable. This nickel-plated coaxial adapter has an TNC female connector opposite a mini UHF male connector.

Features:

  • Connector A: TNC female
  • Connector B: Mini UHF male
  • Straight
  • Brass body
  • Nickel-plated
Features & Specs
Adapter Type The type of adapter? TNC to Mini UHF
Form factor The form factor of this connector? Straight
Gender The gender of this connector? Female to Male
Material The material this connector is made from? Brass with nickel plating
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Q: What is a TNC connector?

A: A TNC connector is a threaded RF connector. Very similar to a BNC but threaded.

Q: What is an TNC connector commonly used for?

A: TNC connectors are commonly used in radio communications and wifi networks.

Q: How can I tell the difference between standard and reverse polarity connectors?

  • A standard male will be internally threaded with a male pin.
  • A standard female will be externally threaded and accept a pin.
  • A reverse polarity male will be internally threaded and accept a pin.
  • A reverse polarity female will be externally threaded with a male pin.

Q: What are other terms used for UHF connectors?

A: UHF connectors are also commonly referred to as amphenol or PL-259 and SO-259 connectors.

  • PL-259 is a male UHF connector
  • SO-259 is a female UHF connector

Q: What is a UHF connector commonly used for?

A: UHF connectors were formally used in Radar applications but are used more in today's RF applications.


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