Colored coaxial connectors from Big Cat come in red, blue and black

March 29, 2022
A key benefit of these new colored connectors is that they allow for color coordination between devices.

Low voltage data cables distributor Big Cat Cables has launched a line of colored coaxial connectors. The connectors are available in blue, red, and black colors.

Offered in various configurations such as TNC, SMA, and N type, the connectors are intended for use in commercial and military markets for wireless communications, satcom, test labs, R&D applications, and many other scenarios requiring coaxial connections.

Technical details

The Big Cat Cables line of colored coaxial connectors are precision manufactured and feature a maximum operating frequency of up to 6 GHz.

The 50 ohm connectors exhibit low loss VSWR of 1.5 (max) and are approved for temperatures ranges from -40 Celsius to 155 Celsius.

They are available in male and female genders as well as standard and reverse polarity.

A key benefit of these new colored connectors is that they allow for color coordination between devices.

They can also be used in military blackout conditions where normal reflections are undesired.

"Our new line of colored connectors is the only one of its kind in the USA ," contends Katie Runyon, senior director at Big Cat Cables in a March 29 statement. "Our goal is to bring customers a higher level of customization when ordering WiFi and datacom solutions. Our unique line of connectors opens up possibilities never thought possible in this market segment."

The new colored coaxial connectors are in stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity from Big Cat Cables. Launched in 2021, the distributor is a women-owned small business that also stocks a wide range of other datacom solutions such as Ethernet, fiber, power and HDMI cables.

Read the company's March 2022 blog entitled, Red, Blue and Black: How to Color Code your Project

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