Mini-BNC Connectors

The Mini BNC connector series offers the high performance and wide compatibility of the original Amphenol 75 ohm BNCs. However, the Mini-BNC has a higher connector density, allowing for 40% more interconnects in the same area.

The Mini BNC series expands on the SMB and SMZ series, providing a positive locking bayonet system, in contrast to the SMB and SMZ push-on mating. In addition, the Mini BNC is specifically designed to be a drop-in replacement and used with Telco and broadband applications.

The Mini BNC is compatible with standard field installer crimp tooling and strip dimensions.

Features and Benefits
  • Crimp ferrule and contact design compatible with standard tooling
  • Same footprint on the jack side, making the Mini BNC a drop-in replacement for most high-density applications using SMB or SMZ jacks
  • 75 ohm performance for 3G video
  • Bayonet locking coupling mechanism
  • Compact version of standard BNC
Applications
  • Antennas
  • Medical Equipment
  • Automotive (GPS)
  • Computers/LANs
  • Military/Aerospace
  • Base Stations
  • Cable Modems
  • Instrumentation
  • Network Analyzers
  • Telecommunications

Mini-BNC Connectors Specifications

Electrical

Items
Impedance 75 Ohm
Frequency Range DC - 4 GHz
Voltage Rating 500 Volts RMS Continuous
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 1000 VRMS Min
VSWR  (Return Loss)  
     DC - 1 GHz 1.16 (-23 dB) Max
Insulation Resistance  5000 MΩ Min
Insertion Loss 0.10 dB Max @ 1 GHz

Environmental

Items
Temperature Range −65°C to +165°C
Thermal Shock MIL-STD-202, Method 108, Condition D
Corrosion MIL-STD-1344, Method 1001, Condition B
Vibration MIL-STD-202, Method 204 (Test Condition B)
Mechanical Shock MIL-STD-202, Method 213 (Test Condition B) - No Discontinutiy Permitted.
Moisture Resistance EIA-364-31, Method II, Condition C

Mechanical

Items
Mating Cycles 500 Min
Coupling Mechanism Bayonet
Engagement Force ≤ 5 lbs (22 N)
Disengagement Force ≥ 1.5 lbs (7N)
Note: These characteristics are typical and may not apply to all connectors.
Connector configurations may affect performance.