Popular line of TNC connectors now includes reinforced stainless steel components

Stuart, FL - Coaxial Components Corp. recently expanded its line of TNC connectors to now include reinforced stainless steel. Akin to the BNC connector, the TNC version, originated to better counteract vibration noise and has long been utilized in a wide range of radio applications. Today, TNC connectors are a critical component in wireless communications and the optimum choice for all weather use.

Coaxicom with over 1,000 TNC’s already in stock saw the opportunity to broaden the product
line to use stainless steel materials to elevate mechanical integrity and longevity while still
meeting and exceeding all standards. Specializing in 50 and 75 Ω many are available in
reverse polarization,4-hole flange or mount types that performs up to 18 GHz. These new TNC
stainless steel connectors are all made at Coaxicom’s main Florida manufacturing facility and
features rugged construction formulated not to rust therefore providing higher stability, and
corrosion resistance for maximum reliability.

What does this mean for the end user? A top grade product with superior connectivity and
unsurpassed performance-even in the harshest of conditions. These stainless steel variations
meet the demands of the oil, aerospace, and bio research industries. Plus the added value of
ordering from Coaxicom beyond the exceptional quality is much shorter lead times and fewer
taxes/fees than associated with imports.

Coaxicom also provides attenuators, terminations, adapters, torque wrenches, phase adjusters
and cable assemblies, both standard and custom engineered. AS9100C and ISO9001:2008 certified and offering a broad line of SMA, SSMA, 3.5mm, BNC, N and TNC, as well as 50 & 75 Ohm Snap, Screw and Slide-on SMB, SMC, SSMB, SSMC and many other types.

For more information, visit http://www.coaxicom.com

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