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RF / Coaxial Connector, BNC Coaxial, Right Angle Jack, Solder, 50 ohm, Phosphor Bronze

1-1337494-0 - RF / Coaxial Connector, BNC Coaxial, Right Angle Jack, Solder, 50 ohm, Phosphor Bronze

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Manufacturer Part No:
1-1337494-0
Newark Part No.:
78M7202
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Product Overview

The 1-1337494-0 is a right angle BNC Coaxial Jack with gold-plated brass contact. The connector interfaces are compatible with the requirements of MIL-C-39012 and MIL STD348A and are therefore intermateable. Cost demanding applications. The crimp connectors utilize standard hexagonal crimp tools and die-sets avoiding costly retooling.
  • Bayonet coupling for rapid connectivity
  • Threaded coupling to provide secure termination
  • RoHS compliant coax crimp and PCB styles
  • Precision die-cast construction
  • Terminates to popular RG coax cables
  • 500-cycle Minimum durability

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Medical, Industrial, Logistics, Security

Product Information

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BNC Coaxial
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Right Angle Jack
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Solder
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50ohm
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-
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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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