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Coaxial Cable

When thinking of Coaxial cables, most people will immediately think of the cable running through their walls with a Cable TV connector. This is also referred to as RF cable, and the connection is sometimes called F-pin. If you need to split this signal into multiple rooms, that is called a coax splitter or RF splitter. The coax cable commonly used today for this application is called RG6 cable. The cable type formerly used is called RG59 and has a lower bandwidth. Other uses for coaxial cable are in home theater setups as digital coaxial. This cable is used to carry surround sound audio from a device to a receiver. BNC cables are also coaxial cables that are typically used to carry video from a security camera to a DVR. These cables are 75 ohm BNC.

Coaxial RG59/RG6 Cables and more

BNC adapters, connectors and couplers including weatherproof types.

Digital Coaxial Cables

RG59 cable with F-Pin connectors in lengths up to 100 feet.

F-Pin coaxial splitters with up to 8 way splitting and 2 GHz bandwidth; F-Pin coaxial switches.

F-Pin connectors: weatherproof, up to 3 GHz, F-pin couplers and adapters.

Premium RCA connectors in blue, green, white and yellow; RCA to BNC adapters, RCA to F-pin adapters.

RG11 Bulk Cable

Solid or stranded RG58 coaxial cable with BNC connectors in lengths up to 100 feet; bulk solid or stranded RG58 cable in 1,000 foot spools.

RG59 cable with BNC connectors in lengths up to 100 feet; RG59 cable with BNC/RCA connectors, bulk RG59 cable in 1,000 foot spools.

Bulk RG59 cable in: 20 AWG, 22 AWG, Plenum or Siamese solid coaxial with 18 AWG 2C power; spools or pullboxes; lengths up to 1,000 feet.

RG6 cable with BNC connectors in lengths up to 100 feet.

RG6 bulk cable: spools or pullboxes; Plenum; dual conductor; quad-shielded; available colors include black, white, blue, gray and ivory.

RG6 cable with F-pin connectors: available in white and black; lengths up to 150 feet. RG6 and RG11 F-pin connectors, weatherproof option available.

RGB BNC cables with 4 or 5 connections; BNC to SVGA cables; lengths up to 25 feet

Crimp Tools, strip tools, and related products for coaxial cable installation

Coaxial RG59/RG6 Cables and more

When thinking of Coaxial cables, most people will immediately think of the cable running through their walls with a Cable TV connector. This is also referred to as RF cable, and the connection is sometimes called F-pin. If you need to split this signal into multiple rooms, that is called a coax splitter or RF splitter. The coax cable commonly used today for this application is called RG6 cable. The cable type formerly used is called RG59 and has a lower bandwidth. Other uses for coaxial cable are in home theater setups as digital coaxial. This cable is used to carry surround sound audio from a device to a receiver. BNC cables are also coaxial cables that are typically used to carry video from a security camera to a DVR. These cables are 75 ohm BNC.