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Waterproof connectors

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Waterproof connectors

Postby rothackerben8 » Fri Feb 24, 2017 7:09 am


I am making an antenna mast and need a way to change what antenna i want to use for which device ( scanner, UHF transciver).
I am wondering if i could use waterproof coax connectors. If you know of any websites where i could get these, or if you have any better ideas, pleas comment
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Re: Waterproof connectors

Postby Phil » Sat Feb 25, 2017 10:57 pm

there are the likes of Neutrik however they are 75ohm bnc connectors,

I would personally suggest making a board inside and run jumpers from it to your equipment, may not look pretty but will work none the less
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Re: Waterproof connectors

Postby iammunro94 » Fri Jun 16, 2017 12:58 pm

I have ask some of my friends but the only thing they can suggest is using some seal.

maybe such this one:https://www.data-alliance.net/coax-seal/
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