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Cambridge Electronic Industries Launches High Speed Micro BNC Connectors

Posted on May 25, 2018 Michael Rodriguez Electronics

Cambridge Electronic Industries, a well-known connector manufacturer specializing in coaxial connectors and cable assemblies in the broadcast and machine vision markets, recently launched a line of high-speed Micro BNC connectors. These connectors will be used for small cameras and instruments. The following higher resolution formats will also be implemented when higher density is required: 12G-SDI, 4K, High Dynamic Range, and Ultra High Definition.

The connectors are a third of the size standard BNC connectors. These connectors have been produced for the next generation of compact and lightweight broadcast cameras. Being sold under Coax vision’s brand name, this new line includes connectors with several different configurations. These can be connected to a cable or PCB mounted. Diagonal dual port connectors are available, increasing the packing density while still meeting the requirements for standard PCI card applications. The stacked dual port connector erases the need of PCB mezzanine configurations along with an interface that is changeable. This will then provide an alternative interface in one single board design.
 
Different mounting options are available for the new range of connectors such as right angle, top entry, edge mounting, and bulkhead with different leg and body lengths. This new line of Micro BNC connectors is also compatible with the HD BNC and Ultra Tiny BNC. The connectors mounted by cable are well suited with several different cables such as the Belden 1694A, 4694R, 4505R, and more.

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