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Identify connector for coaxial cable

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takachan

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I need some help to identify what type of connector is this. This connector was initially installed 30 years ago with a coaxial cable(unknown type) which was replaced by 75 ohms, coaxial RG11.
Thanks in advance.
 

cowboybob

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Not sure.

What sort of equipment is it in?

Whatever it is, it might be worth your while to replace it with an SO-239 type, which is probably a lot for readily available.
 

takachan

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Thanks for your replies.
Yes this is push in type connector, the inner conductor is compatible with PL259, but the external conductor can't be connected.
It's used to connect a impulse signal(<500V) to an oscilloscope.
Thanks.
 
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