08.17.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Bomar’s new RF connector series features all-metal construction for durability

Bomar Interconnect Products has unveiled the KCC (Killer Compression Connectors) Series of all-metal connectors. The all-metal construction protects the internal connection of cables while ensuring incomparable cable retention. The KCC Series is comprised of Type F, BNC and RCA plugs, which meet or exceed the broadcast connector sector’s mechanical, electrical and environmental standards.

The devices’ cable assembly grip further facilitates high-quality video signal, resolution, color and audio accuracy. As such, they are ideal for employment in a variety of commercial, industrial, homeland security and consumer applications. The KCC Series is commonly specified to connect RG59, RG6, RG6 quad shield and mini RG59 cables in such applications as CATV, HDTV, broadband, DSS (digital satellite systems), plasma displays, projectors, security and audio installations, and residential structured wiring. They also are highly suitable for on-site work in home theaters to link VCRs, DVDs to TVs or receivers.

Manufactured of precision-machined brass, with heavy nickel plating, these corrosion-resistant parts feature gold-plated, semicaptive contacts for long-lasting connections. Their shielding provides maximum isolation from EMI and RFI interference. Each connector is shipped with six color-coded o-rings to allow easy identification when systems require multiple cables.

For more information, visit www.bomarinterconnect.com.

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