3-Inch | UHF-Female SO-239 Bulkhead Coaxial Connector
This high-quality connector is made from solid machined brass that is nickel plated. It has a DELRIN insulator (dielectric) similar to teflon (PTFE) to withstand very high heat loads. It comes with two small hex nuts as shown in the photo and larger nuts are available if desired... see the link below.
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- ~ 50-Ohm
- DC to < 500 MHz
- 16-Point Connector Ends
- Gold Plated Center Contacts
- Overall Length: ~ 3 Inches
- Standard 5/8"-24T Threads (US)
- Mounting Plate Thickness: 1/4-Inch or less
- Large Bulkhead Nuts Available - Click Here
- Large Bulkhead Washers Available - Click Here
- Other Bulkhead Lengths Available - Click Here
Other DetailsSee warranty details above
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You can by cheaper feedthru, but you'll pay in performance and quality. I reviewed several vendors and these were the very best. If you are on their mailing list watch out for for their $10 coupons.
The connector is of high quality. Service was fast and the items well packed.
One of the few locations that offer this item at a great price.
Good price, good quality and speedy delivery.
Exactly as described and quick delivery.
These connectors are exactly what I needed. They are top quality.
Making a window interface that was 1-1/4 thick, the 1-3/4" bulkhead connectors I had would not work. The 3" I ordered from American Radio Supply were just the right size with plenty of thread on both side to connect my coax and water seal the outside connection. Great service
I ordered five of these, to make a window frame pass-through for HAM radios and a scanner. They work perfectly, and do not come apart every time I disconnect the coax (unlike another three-letter branded item does.) They are a little more expensive, but worth it. I wholeheartedly recommend... AmericanRadioSupply.com.
I needed bulkhead connectors for a DIY project to get my antenna cable coils out from under my 'shack desk'. To make this increasing clutter more manageable I decided to coil them outside the window to my shack and build an intermediate connection point to be mounted at the bottom of the window sill, these fit the ticket very well, providing a tight, weather proof fit into a well trimmed 2x4 board keeping the primary cables outside and allowing short extension cables to the ever growing herd of amateur radio inside.