[time-nuts] Strange connectors

Chuck Harris cfharris at erols.com
Mon Jun 20 15:59:19 EDT 2005

I don't think that that is what you want.  The twin
BNC has a end view that looks sort of like this:


Where the "O" is a female pin, and the "o" is a male pin.
The teflon center conductor is stepped, so that it encloses
the female pin, but leaves the male pin bare.

The other identifying feature is it has a two pin bayonnette.


Bill Hawkins wrote:
> Turns out that twinax is the IBM token ring cable and connector
> that screws in.
> But the hint led to twin BNC as Amphenol 31-224 and Pomona.
> The Pomona description is a PDF at the link below:
> http://www.tequipment.net/pdf/Pomona/4957.pdf
> Many thanks for your help.
> Bill Hawkins
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