F-Type Female Bulkhead to RCA Female Adapter
Metal Body | Nickel Plated | Change the Connector Type
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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 F-type female bulkhead connector opposite an RCA female connector.
- Connector A: F female bulkhead
- Connector B: RCA female
- Brass body
- Nickel plated
Q: What is an F connector?
A: An F connector is a 75 Ohm coaxial connector that uses the coaxial cables solid center conductor as a pin.
Q: What is an F connector used for?
A: F connectors are commonly used on television cable television satellite television cable modems VHF & UHF antennas.
Q: What other terminology is used to describe and F connector?
A: Sometimes F connectors are described by a different name. Here are some different terms
- F-56 F-6 (F-56) F-11: These are terms to describe the connector type (F) and the cable that they will terminate on.
- F-61: A panel mount F connector
- F-71: A male to male F adapter
- F-81 A female to female F adapter
Q: What is an RCA connection typically used for?
A: RCA is used for audio and video signals.
Q: Are there different sizes of RCA connections?
A: No RCA is a standard size that all manufacturers adhere to.
Q: I see RCA connectors described as plugs and jacks. What does this mean?
A: These terms are decided by the gender of the connector. A Plug is a male which has a protruding center pin. A jack will accept a male pin.
Q: What kind of cable should be used with RCA connectors?
A: Speaker cable is commonly used for most RCA connectors. There are specialized connectors which are meant for coaxial cable.