A: Yes, but I would recommend running just a longer coax cable direct if you can snake a new one.
A: Stevie yes these should not interfer with the DC voltage. Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org
A: Yes, that’s what I bought it for, so long as you go directly to the powered source.
A: That is designed so you can mount it in a mount in a box.
A: Hi CanYouHearItNow I just grabbed a pack off the shelf and verified they are OK. Not sure why you are having trouble. The connectors are called F-81 barrels and can be used to splice two pieces of coax together or can be used as bulk head connectors on a piece of equipment. We no longer supply the small nuts used for that though anymore. If you like send me a note and I will call you thanks Ron at email@example.com
A: Hi Doug while we never recommend splicing a coax cable these adapters only add about 1/2 of a dB of signal loss so pretty low. Definitely less than the 4 dB or more a splitter will add to the loss. Good question Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org
A: Virtually none - the splicers, if tightened securely, are almost the same loss as if your two cables were one.
A: bhata You can use it outdoors but make sure to buy the compression F connectors that are weatherproof. The barrel buy itself is not weatherproof. Ron at email@example.com
A: This connector is not rated (on the package) for outdoor use. According to the cable you are using, and the environment, you may be able to seal it with tape or RTV-type silicone. Use your own judgment.
A: Yes, this can be used outdoors.