Bayonet Neill Concelman A type of connector commonly used To connect workstation monitors to terminals. A very sturdy, high quality and reliable connector
A twist-on connector commonly used for higher-end video systems. Used for both analog and digital signals. See also F connector, FireWire connector, RCA connector, S-Video connector.
This is the connector used on many Betamax video recorders for video line in and output.
BNC stands for ayone- eill- oncelman. These standard connectors are used with coaxial cable, which is widely used in network applications.
Is an abbreviation for Bayonet Neill Concelman connector. This connector has a pin in the center that is connected to the wire in the cable and a metal tube connected to the cable shield. An outer ring on the male connector locks it to any female connector. These are typically found in higher quality products where a true 75 ohm connection is desired. This is the best analog connector type to use with video.
These are a type of RF connectors that interconnect two coaxial cables or connect a cable with CCTV components. They're used in Ethernet networks, video connections, network cards, and cable interconnections.
Bayonet-Neill-Concelman connector. A standardized coaxial cable connector, used for Thin Ethernet cables, ARCnet networks and for the transmission of audio and RF signals.
A type of small "twist and lock" RF connector often used with coaxial cables and antennas in wireless systems.
a bayonet-type video connector, seen on most gear produced for the professional market
A specific type of connector used for coaxial RG58 cable connection.
A high-frequency connector good up to 2 GHz. Both 50 and 75 ohm versions are available.
A cylindrical push-and-twist connector for connecting thin co-axial cable, such as 10Base2 "thin wire" Ethernet, and to link thin wire Ethernet to network interface cards, transceivers and other network elements. Said to be short for Bayonet Neill-Concelman after the developers of the connector. Also referred to as a Barrel Nut Connector.
(Bayone-Neill-Concelman) - Standard connector used to connect 10Base2 coaxial cable.
BNC Connector: A locking type of barrel-nut video connector commonly used for RGB connections and professional composite video connections.
A twist-lock coaxial connector that is commonly used on commercial video equipment and on some brands of satellite receiver.
A connector utilized in 10Base2 networks with thin coaxial cabling.
This is a connector type for 10Base2 or Thin-Net networks. Shaped like the letter T, it connects coaxial cables. The 'T' has two male connectors and one female connector. The female connector can connect to the male connection of an Ethernet card that supports BNC connections, or remain empty. The male connectors link to coaxial cable or a terminator. The BNC part stands for either British Naval Connector, British Nut Connector, or Bayonett Neill-Concelman. Or perhaps it stands for some combination of those terms. Neil and Concelman are the names of the inventors of the BNC Connector.
See Bayonet nut coupling connector.
is a type of connector used to interconnect two coaxial cables or connect a cable with other CCTV components.
BNC is a bayonet style connector for coaxial cable that is most commonly used for CCTV installations.
A type of connector used on some VCRs, video and RF* equipment providing twist-lock capability.
Used with thin coaxial cable.
A coaxial type of connector commonly used on professional video systems. The connector is used to couple coaxial cables to video and other high-frequency electronic equipment.
Short for Bayonet Neil Concelman connector, a BNC connector is a type of connector used with coaxial Ethernet cable. The connector is bayonet-style meaning that it is put in, turned and locked in.
A connector used to couple coaxial cables to high-frequency electronic equipment, such as a video monitor. brazing - A process by which two similar or dissimilar materials are joined together at very high temperatures. At PI/Acton, brazing is used to join stainless steel vacuum chamber to the vacuum window. This offers a superior seal compared to traditional epoxy based bonding which can outgas and degrade vacuum overtime.
A weatherproof twist- lock coax connector standard on commercial video equipment and used on some brands of satellite receivers.
Standard connector used to connect IEEE 802.3 10Base2 coaxial cable to an MAU.
A small coaxial connector with a half-twist (bayonet) locking shell. Depending on the source, BNC stands for British Naval Connector, Barrel Nut Connector, Bayonet Nut Coupling, or Bayonet-Neill-Concelman after Paul Neill and Carl Concelman. Also referred to as a BNC T-connector.
The BNC (bayonet Neill-Concelman) connector is a type of RF connector used for terminating coaxial cable. The connector was named after its bayonet mount locking mechanism and its two inventors, Paul Neill of Bell Labs (inventor of the N connector) and Amphenol engineer Carl Concelman (inventor of the C connector), and is much smaller than both the N and the C connector. Other backronyms the BNC has picked up over the years include: "Baby Neill-Concelman", "Baby N connector", "British Naval Connector", and "Bayonet Nut Connector".