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BNC Male Connect RG 400 142

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Part# 11-01802
MFR Model# 112514

Overview

BNC terminate to coaxial cable crimp on connectors.
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Reviews

Highly recommended! Best for RG400!

Pavel M Verified Purchase

AMPHENOL BNC MALE CRIMP CONNECTOR FOR RG 400 142

January 12, 2022

Ok

David G Verified Purchase

AMPHENOL BNC MALE CRIMP CONNECTOR FOR RG 400 142

December 18, 2021

Good quality

Larry M Verified Purchase

AMPHENOL BNC MALE CRIMP CONNECTOR FOR RG 400 142

December 15, 2021

These Amphenol BNC crimp connectors are exactly what you need for the RG400 coax. These brand name connectors will crimp consistently & hold on RG400 with excellent results (don’t try to use no name stuff).

Fred G Verified Purchase

AMPHENOL BNC MALE CRIMP CONNECTOR FOR RG 400 142

December 8, 2021

Works perfectly

Glasstech A Verified Purchase

AMPHENOL BNC MALE CRIMP CONNECTOR FOR RG 400 142

October 7, 2021

Works great.

Kevin A
April 7, 2021

Just right

James B
June 11, 2020

QUICK DELIVERY AND WELL MADE PRODUCT. EXACTLY AS EXPECTED, QUALITY ITEM.

Larry B
May 18, 2020

Worked well, but dont do what I did initially, - I didnt get the main bayonet body far enough on so the pin did not protrude far enough once assembled, had to redo them. IMPORTANT - After the pin is crimped and after sliding the bayonet over the insulation and under the shield, grab the cable with both hands and push hard (preferably with the bayonet against an immovable object). It will normally click and goes another 1/16 as it settles home and the pin will then be nearly flush with the end of the ceramic in the bayonet housing. If you dont do this you wont have full pin engagement in the connector. Pro tip - check that circuit is open with meter between shield and pin before final crimp to make sure you dont have an errant shield strand going into the pin area.

James
May 4, 2020

This is the proper connector for most aircraft antennas wires. See https://www.steinair.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/BNC-RG400_COAX-STRIPPING.pdf for details about stripping the antenna cable to install the BNC.

David H
October 24, 2019

Q&A

Please note, Pilotshop's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Pilotshop assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: Does this BNC MALE CONNECT RG 400 142 include the pin and crimp sleeve?

Yes, the pin and crimp sleeve are included.

Q: What crimp tool do I use with these?

We recommend crimper part # 12-02378.

Q: Is this BNC connector can be used on RG 142 coax cable?

Yes, this connector can be used with RG 142.

Q: Is the impedance on these 50 ohm?

Yes: Impedance - 50 Ohm | Frequency - Max 4GHz | Connector Type - Plug, Male Pin | Cable Group - RG-55, 142, 223, 400 | Fastening Type - Bayonet Lock | Lead free / RoHS Compliant

Q: Will a BNC connector for RG-58 work with RG-400?

The cables have a different measurement that will not allow for a proper crimp. The correct connector must be used.