BNC Female to Dual Binding Post Adapter
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This coaxial adapter has a BNC female connector opposite a dual binding post, used for connecting banana plugs, speaker wires, or other connections.
- Connector A: BNC female
- Connector B: Dual binding post
- Brass/plastic body
Q: What is a BNC Connector?
A: BNC connectors are miniature quick connect/disconnect radio frequency (RF) connectors used for coaxial cable that work with video and ethernet applications.
Q: What does it mean when a connector says it is 50 ohm or 75 ohm?
A: BNC connectors are most commonly made in 50 and 75 ohm versions.Video and DS3 Telco central office applications primarily use 75 ohm connectors, while 50 ohm connectors are used for data.
You can easily tell the difference between the two by looking for the dialectric.The 50 ohm connector features a white dialectric surrounding the center pin, while the 75 ohm BNC connector is surrounded by air (no dialectric).
50 ohm and 75 ohm BNC connectors will mate with each other. At frequencies under 10 MHz the impedance mismatch will not have any affect. If you are above 10 MHz the chances of signal distortion become more significant.
Q. What is a binding post?
A. A binding post is a connector commonly used on electronic test equipment to terminate (attach) a single wire or test lead. They are also found on loudspeakers and audio amplifiers as well as other electrical equipment.
A binding post contains a central threaded metal rod and a cap that screws down on that rod. The cap is commonly insulated with plastic and color-coded: red commonly means an active or positive terminal; black indicates an inactive (reference or return) or negative terminal; and green indicates an earth (ground) terminal.
|Features & Specs|
|Connector A||The type of connector on side 1?||BNC female|
|Connector B||The type of connector on side 2?||Dual binding post|
|Form factor||The form factor of this connector?||Straight|
|Material||The material this connector is made from?||Brass with nickel plating|