Standard size PL259 coax plug, to fit standard thin coax (RG58).
Available in 2 different qualities.
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 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)?
Standard size car aerial plug.
Easy fit with screwdriver, no soldering required.