0122-E24-C1601N : TNC

TNC Bulkhead Receptacle, Crimp Attachment (RoHS)

Winchester’s KINGS® brand TNC series RF connectors are the same interface as BNC connectors with threaded coupling instead of bayonet coupling and improved electrical performance at higher frequencies. Frequency range is 0 to 11 GHz. The TNC connector is a miniature 50 Ohm constant impedance connector that accommodates cables typically from .150” to .250” OD with designs available for .078” to .437” cables. The TNC is a weatherproof interface and, with its threaded coupling, ensures low noise and improved performance in shock and vibration applications. Their reliability has made them a standard in the airframe, missile, radar, and precision electronic equipment industries. Items qualified to MIL-PRF-39012 appear in the latest QPL list for MIL-PRF-39012.
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Body Plating
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Center Contact Plating
Connector Only
Crimp Die
Crimp Tool
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Non Magnetic
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