Canare has announced three new Micro BNC Connectors for smaller broadcast industry racks.
Designed for point-to-point connections in compact rack units in studio or mobile applications, Canare said the new Micro BNC addressed the trend for smaller technological elements in installations. The Micro BNC connectors are also compatible with Amphenol solutions.
Among the new connectors is the HBCP-D25HD, for use with Canare’s L-2.5CHD cable. This solution features a solid center conductor and is used for 3GSDI to SD transmissions. The rugged cable makes suitable to withstand the rigors of field production work, where it might be harshly treated by camera operators, techs and directors.
Canare’s new HBCP-D25HW connector is intended for the company’s L-2.5CHWS cable, which has a stranded center conductor. This flexible solution is perfect for studio applications as it is easily concealed due to its small-form-factor.
The new HBCP-D33UHD is compatible with its L-3.3CUHD 12G-SDI cable, which is part of the company’s original 12GHz lineup. This cable features a solid center conductor, with a copper foil and copper braided shield. It is well-suited for both studio and rack-mount purposes.
In addition to the series of 75-ohm connectors mentioned above, Canare can also build complete custom-length assemblies upon request. Crimp tools are readily available and the offerings above are compatible with existing removal tools.
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