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Topic # 148924 5-Jul-2014 14:44
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Hi, I'm looking for an adaptor for my UHF (PL259 I believe) connector here:

To the connector here:


Anyone know where I can purchase one?

I've looked around on Jaycar's website but I'm not quite sure what will be the correct adaptor.







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  Reply # 1081469 5-Jul-2014 14:48
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so a male to female connector?

tried dick smith?

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  Reply # 1081471 5-Jul-2014 14:56
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try dick smith search P2034

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  Reply # 1081484 5-Jul-2014 15:16
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Not sure why you need an adapter , they fit into one another?
Or do you mean you want to turn male into female ?
In which case you need a female/female adapter.

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  Reply # 1081487 5-Jul-2014 15:27
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The connector type shown are known as
Belling Lee connectors. They're used for 75 ohm coax cable types.
PL259 are quite different (and larger) and also a 50ohm connector.



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  Reply # 1081488 5-Jul-2014 15:29
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Brunzy: Not sure why you need an adapter , they fit into one another?
Or do you mean you want to turn male into female ?
In which case you need a female/female adapter.


This is what's coming out of my wall, and the cable I'm using to connect to my tuner is this they will not fit.





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  Reply # 1081489 5-Jul-2014 15:35
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The 2 in your 2nd photo are tge sme plug.
In your first post you show a male (plug)
and a female (socket). The sockets have a larger hollow center pin and the outer ring has the slots in to to allow it to expand over the plug.

Jaycar will have, try also Mitre 10 / Bunnings or even Warehouse

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  Reply # 1081490 5-Jul-2014 15:35
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It's a PAL (or Belling Lee) plug, not PL259.
You need a PAL adaptor Female to Female. Jaycar appear to have only Male to Male.
Try the Warehouse.
http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/Philips-Pal-Adaptor?SKU=1735338



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  Reply # 1081491 5-Jul-2014 15:35
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oxnsox: The connector type shown are known as
Belling Lee connectors. They're used for 75 ohm coax cable types.
PL259 are quite different (and larger) and also a 50ohm connector.


You're right, are there any such adaptors like the ones I'm looking for though?





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  Reply # 1081493 5-Jul-2014 15:37
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HowickDota:
Brunzy: Not sure why you need an adapter , they fit into one another?
Or do you mean you want to turn male into female ?
In which case you need a female/female adapter.


This is what's coming out of my wall, and the cable I'm using to connect to my tuner is this they will not fit.

You could also get a new cable with male to female connectors instead of male to male.
http://www.jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=WQ7202&form=CAT2&SUBCATID=1013#4



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  Reply # 1081495 5-Jul-2014 15:38
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OK, thanks guys, I've got a better idea of what to look for now. I'm off on a mission to the shops now to try and find the one I want.





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  Reply # 1081496 5-Jul-2014 15:38
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As Bigglez says. Yes you can get them, but it's probably cheaper to get anew cable from The Warehouse that has female on one end and a male on the other

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  Reply # 1081639 5-Jul-2014 22:14
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Or just have a wander around Surplustronics at the top of Queen Street. 
They will probably have something suitable, or just cut off one of the existing plugs and fit a socket (also available from Surplustronics!)

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