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RF / Coaxial Connector, BNC Coaxial, Straight Jack, Through Hole Vertical, 50 ohm, Phosphor Bronze

B6251C1-NT3G-50 - RF / Coaxial Connector, BNC Coaxial, Straight Jack, Through Hole Vertical, 50 ohm, Phosphor Bronze

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Manufacturer:
AMPHENOL AMPHENOL
Manufacturer Part No:
B6251C1-NT3G-50
Newark Part No.:
23M5339
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The B6251C1-NT3G-50 is a straight PCB BNC Jack with gold-plated phosphor bronze contacts, nickel-plated brass body and a PTFE insulator. The 50Ω BNC product line is a miniature quick connect/disconnect RF connector. It is ideally suited for RG-58, 59 to RG-179 and RG-316 coaxial cable.
  • Nickel-plated annealed copper crimp ferrule
  • 500V RMS Working voltage
  • 1500V RMS Dielectric withstanding voltage

Applications

RF Communications, Communications & Networking, Automotive, Computers & Computer Peripherals, Sensing & Instrumentation, Medical, Defence, Military & Aerospace

Product Information

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BNC Coaxial
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Straight Jack
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Through Hole Vertical
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50ohm
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Phosphor Bronze
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Gold Plated Contacts
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4GHz
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PCB Mount
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