Belden Wire and Cable Company Compression Connectors and Tools


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Belden Compression Connectors and Tools

This line of F, BNC and RCA Compression Connectors and Tools, along with the availability of either standard or custom-configured Cable Assemblies, is used in combination with Belden Coaxial Cable for reliable signal performance and easy installation. The Compression Connectors are fine-tuned to Belden Coaxial Cable tolerances. The Compression Connector Tool also ensures a secure, positive compression. The connectors exceed SCTE standards for signal ingress, egress and water migration. Connector performance is assured through three 360-degree compression rings and a visual confirmation of cable entry. For the BNC and RCA connectors, a pop-up pin visually confirms a proper termination and contact point. The line features a compression tool and two stripping tools.
800-BELDEN1
info@belden.com
www.belden.com


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