Press Release Summary:
BNC75 Series Connectors are designed with easy-on, easy-off bayonet lock system. Featuring an center contact design that supports SMT processing, units can be mated with 50Ω-based BNC connectors and are rated to 75 Ω. Offering 150 Vrms AC rated voltage, connectors are used with broadcasting cameras, FA/commercial cameras, security cameras and medical equipment and are operated at frequencies up to 12 GHz.
Original Press Release:
Heilind Electronics Now Stocking Hirose Electric’s BNC75 Series Connectors
The BNC75 Series is a miniature, quick connect/disconnect RF connector used for coaxial cable assemblies. Heilind Electronics, a leading global distributor of electronic components and authorized distributor for Hirose Electric, has expanded its selection of interconnect solutions with the Hirose BNC75 Series connector. The serial digital interface (SDI) compliant connectors support high transmission speeds up to 12 Gbps.
Hirose’s BNC75 Series features an easy-on, easy-off bayonet lock system and is rated for 75Ω, but can be mated with 50Ω-based BNC connectors. The miniature BNC75 series radio frequency (RF) connector features an optimized center contact design that simplifies PCB layout and supports SMT processing – ultimately decreasing labor and assembly time.
The BNC75 Series is reliable at high frequencies (up to 12 GHz) and offers 150 Vrms AC rated voltage. This connector series helps reduce the size of broadcasting cameras, FA/commercial cameras, security cameras, medical equipment and more.
Visit Heilind's website for more information about Hirose Electric BNC75 Series http://www.heilind.com/products/hirose/hirose_bnc75_connector.asp.
About Heilind Electronics Heilind Electronics, Inc. (http://www.heilind.com) is one of the world's leading distributors of connectors, relays, sensors, switches, thermal management and circuit protection products, terminal blocks, wire and cable, wiring accessories and insulation and identification products. Founded in 1974, Heilind has locations throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Singapore, Hong Kong and China.