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BNC type Compression Connector for RG59 Cable

SLC59-BNC-1 - BNC type Compression Connector for RG59 Cable

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Manufacturer Part No:
SLC59-BNC-1
Newark Part No.:
95Y4033
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Product Overview

The Superlok™ series compression connector utilizes two independent compression points to seal and hold the coaxial cable to the connector. Holland Electronics patented viewing window allows users to determine when complete cable insertion has been achieved prior to compression. The SLCU-6-1 and SLCU-6O-1 have been on the Dish Network™ installation list, which means they are high quality, reliable and proven.
  • All Metal Construction
  • Dual O-Ring Moisture Sealing (F Type)
  • Patented Viewing Window (#6,929,508)
  • Interchangeable Internal Grip Ring
  • 1 Piece Fixed Pin For BNC & RCA
  • Part Number: SLC59-BNC-1
  • Connector type: BNC Type RG59 Compression Connector
  • Cable Type: RG59
  • Nickel Plated Brass

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