Standard size PL259 coax plug, to fit standard thin coax (RG58).
Available in 2 different qualities.
Sorry, we have currently sold out of the superior quality.
Short bodied PL259 coax plug, to fit standard 6mm thin coax (RG58).
Can be useful where space is limited.
PL259 coax plug, to fit RG Mini-8 coax (7mm).These have a slightly larger hole to accept the larger diameter of this coax.
NOTE: we have sold out of the SUPERIOR 7mm
Standard size PL259 coax plug, to fit thick coax (RG213).
Available in different qualities.
A standard PL259 connector, available for RG58 (6mm) and RG-8 Mini (7mm).
Slightly better quality than our "standard" 85p plus, these are gold plated on both the pin and casing.
A double female joiner, for joining two PL259's together.
Often used for adding an extension lead to coax.
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An extra long double female joiner, for joining two PL259's together.
This one is supplied with 2 nuts on it, and is suitable for uses such as chassis mounting or even as a body mount.
A double male, with PL259 connection on each end.
Can be used instead of a short patch lead etc.
A SO239 socket for either rivet or screw mounting.
As used on the back of radios, swr meters etc.
A SO239 socket which is secured by a nut.
As used on the back of some radios, swr meters etc.
A right angle adapter with a PL259 plug at one end and SO239 socket at the other.
Handy if you are short of space behind your radio.
A "T" connector for PL259's.
Has 3 x SO239 sockets.
Has two sockets, plus a "fixed" PL259 male in the centre.
Solder-on BNC plug to fit standard 6mm coax.
I recommend the solderless version - it is much easier to fit, grips the cable better, and is re-usable.
A BNC plug for 6mm coax which can be fitted with only a small screwdriver. No soldering iron required.
Fits similar to a TV plug. The clamp grips the cable securely and we have found these much less likely to pull off or come loose than a standard solder type.
Can be easily removed and re-fitted.
Solder-on BNC plug to fit low loss 9mm coax.
A female in-line socket to accept an N-Type plug.
Available for standard (6mm) thin coax and low loss (9mm) coax.
A double female joiner, with a female N-Type socket on each end.
Used to join two N-Type plugs together.
Double female joiner, to join two SMA plugs together.
May be useful for some of the radios that have a "reversed" socket on them for the antenna (ie they have a male socket on the radio)?