|BNC terminate to coaxial cable crimp on connectors.|
QUICK DELIVERY AND WELL MADE PRODUCT. EXACTLY AS EXPECTED, QUALITY ITEM.
Worked well, but dont do what I did initially, - I didnt get the main bayonet body far enough on so the pin did not protrude far enough once assembled, had to redo them. IMPORTANT - After the pin is crimped and after sliding the bayonet over the insulation and under the shield, grab the cable with both hands and push hard (preferably with the bayonet against an immovable object). It will normally click and goes another 1/16 as it settles home and the pin will then be nearly flush with the end of the ceramic in the bayonet housing. If you dont do this you wont have full pin engagement in the connector. Pro tip - check that circuit is open with meter between shield and pin before final crimp to make sure you dont have an errant shield strand going into the pin area.
This is the proper connector for most aircraft antennas wires. See https://www.steinair.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/BNC-RG400_COAX-STRIPPING.pdf for details about stripping the antenna cable to install the BNC.
AAA+++ As always fast shipping and the right part/product for the job.
Slips right on crimp it up and your done. Works great for a longtime.
Good quality, easy to install, works great.
Just what I needed. Easy to install performs perfectly.
Both the male and female connectors arrived very quickly, and my son was able to bring them over to the UK on a business trip, a couple of days later. Exactly what was required and now fitted. As usual - great service by Aircraft Spruce.
Yes, the pin and crimp sleeve are included.
We recommend crimper part # 12-02378.
Yes, this connector can be used with RG 142.
Yes: Impedance - 50 Ohm | Frequency - Max 4GHz | Connector Type - Plug, Male Pin | Cable Group - RG-55, 142, 223, 400 | Fastening Type - Bayonet Lock | Lead free / RoHS Compliant