If we have to talk about the most commonly used type of connectors on the market, it is when we talk about TNC (Thread Neil Concelman) connectors.

These connectors with screw type couplings are the most stable and reliable of the BNC series. In the lines that follow in this text all its properties and the uses that are given to them within the market will be presented. So if you belong to this world, don’t forget to learn more about this product, which is highly reliable and effective.

TNC connector

One of the most important features of this connector is that it belongs to the BNC series family of connectors, which already gives it a considerable level that leaves it above other connectors intended for the same use.

It has an impedance of 50 Hz and operates at a maximum frequency of 11 Ghz. When you put it in the microwave bag, you can be sure that it behaves much better than the BNC connector that matches it.

If we look at its history, we can say that it dates back to the end of the 1950s and was named after engineers Paul Neill and Concelman.

There is a variant called RP-TNC, which includes a reversed polarity, where the threaded nut is carried by the male.

The applications that can be given to this type of connectors are many, as they can be used in environments where there are very important vibrations, offering those who place their trust in them excellent results. As we say, their applications are multiple, since they can be used for instrumentation, safety systems, radio systems, broadcast, data communication, etc. As you can see, an endless number of utilities, where they can be combined by interconnecting connectors in both 50 and 75 Ohms.

For the 50 Ohms connectors we can use frequencies higher than 11 GHz and for the 75 Ohm, even the 1.5 GHz can be exceeded with very good results for the VSWR (Voltage Standing Wave Ratio). This parameter is used for low frequency power transmission lines and is also widely used in radio frequency. Based on it, it is also possible to calculate the level of the Return Loss phenomenon.

RF coaxial cables TNC

Our company’s manufacturing program is so flexible that we can offer a lot of different types of TNC coaxial connectors for any type of standard or even special cable, such as flexible, semi-rigid…

There are different versions in its form, as you can find straight, angled, waterproof panel cables, oriented to use in printed circuit boards (PCB) for the boards inside computers…. Finally, with regard to the assembly of the cable, we can find different types of versions, including those that are welded, with a cable gland or crimped.

The conclusion is that the TNC Thread Neil Concelman connector is the most recommended connector in the TNC connector range in almost every situation. So if you need any of our wide range of coaxial connectors please do not hesitate to contact us.