2013-01-29 23:09:44 - Use the BNC connectors that ensure 100% protection and performance! Cabling Plus is your #1 source for professional grade BNC connectors!
Cabling Plus offers a complete line of high quality indoor and outdoor BNC connectors to support installations in the toughest environments. Using the right BNC connector for your video coaxial cable installation is vital to the success of your installation. Not using the right BNC connectors will ensure your video system fails or performs at a poor level. At Cabling Plus we offer a huge selection of professional grade compression and crimp BNC connectors to support even the most challenging applications!
Every security DVR provides a BNC input for each available security camera channel. So if you buy an 8 channel DVR you will be able to attach 8 cameras to the DVR. This also means you will have 8
female BNC inputs available for use. Each security camera you install will have an RG59 coaxial cable ran between it and the DVR. The coaxial cable will need a male BNC connector terminated onto it so it can connect it to the DVR channel. This is the same for the opposite end. The security camera will have a female BNC connector coming out of it at the end of a short cable. The male BNC connector on the RG59 coaxial cable will make your connections on both the DVR and the security camera side. So BNC connectors play a vital role in the performance of a surveillance system.
Many people do not realize this but 75% of all security camera and CCTV system issues are connector related. The connectors are the first components that start to give which eventually causes cameras and video signals to fail, so there is no doubt that choosing a BNC connector that is built to last is crucial. In the old days all there was were crimp style BNC connectors. A crimp BNC connector is essentially a metal connector that includes the BNC head connection and a sleeve that is crimped to the cable. When crimping a connector to a cable you are using a crimping tool which basically crushes and deforms the metal sleeve onto the cable. The problem with crushing metal is that it is not a perfect connection, plus when crushing metal it leaves numerous openings where moisture and dust can enter the termination. Overtime not only does the metal loosen from the cable, but the moisture and dust that enters the connections start to hinder the performance of the cable.
Cabling Plus offers numerous professional grade BNC connectors, crimping tools, and cable strippers used in video system installations. They offer BNC connectors to support both indoor and outdoor installations. You can never overlook the value of having the right connector for the job!
If you are having trouble choosing the right BNC connector for your project, give Cabling Plus a call today! They have technical experts on staff ready to assist you in ensuring your project is a complete success. They will help you match the cable you are using with the right connector. Cabling Plus is the #1 online source for professional grade BNC connectors!