TOS Super Fast MCV RG59 F Compression Connector 25pc P5260127TOS-HOL-F59-MCV Super Fast MCV RG59 F Compression Connector 25pc Manufacturer part number: HOL-F59-MCV 5260127 0.72lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Super-Fast MCV RG59 F Compression Connector - 25pc

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Model: TOS-HOL-F59-MCV
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Manufacturer part number: HOL-F59-MCV

If you install compression connectors, you know that folding the braid back on your cable can be time consuming, and often times painful. Holland Electronics new MCV connectors do NOT require you to fold the braided shielding back! You are not going to believe how fast and simple these connectors are to install!

Holland Electronics created this compression connectors with the Commercial AV Installer in mind.The MCV Universal Compression Connectors fits a wide variety of coaxial cables that vary in size between manufacturers. Some differences often include thickness of jacket or diameter of insulation depending on variance in materials used in the cable manufacturing process.

  • Easy insertion
  • All metal construction
  • Optimized for digital video applications
  • Patented viewing window
  • Accommodates color-coded application bands

  • Specifications:
  • Quantity: 25
  • Cable Type: RG59
  • Connector: F
  • Frequency Range: DC - 3,000 MHz
  • Return Loss (1 GHz): > -27dB
  • Return Loss (3 GHz): > -21dB
  • Insertion Loss (1 GHz): < .15 dB Max
  • Jacket O.D. Range: 5.8 - 6.1
  • Pull Force: 55 lbs. typical

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