N Female to Reverse-Polarity TNC Male Adapter
Metal Body | Nickel Plated | Change the Connector
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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 N male connector opposite a reverse polarity TNC male connector.
- Connector A: N Female
- Connector B: Reverse Polarity TNC Male
- Brass body
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Q: What is and N connector?
A: An N connector is a threaded RF connector.
Q: What is an N connector commonly used for?
A: An N connector is commonly used on wireless and cellular base stations.
Q: Is an N connector weatherproof?
A: Yes Male N connectors have a rubber o-ring inside of them making them weatherproof.
Q: How can I tell the difference between a 50 and 75 Ohm N connector?
A: You can tell the difference by the center pin. A 50 Ohm connector has a pointed pin. A 75 Ohm has a rounded pin.
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.