Halogen-Free RG-Coaxial Cables

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Note
  • The materials used during manufacturing are cadmium-free, contain no silicone and are free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers
  • H-outer sheath = halogen-free material (HM2)
  • RG-Coaxial types are in accordance with US-Military specifications MIL-C-17.
  • RG/U: R=Radio, G=Guide, U=Utility
  • FRNC = Flame Retardant Non-Corrosive
Application
Coaxial cables are used in high frequency transmission, especially for transmitters and receivers, computers, radio and TV transmissions where no flame propagation under behaviour in fire is permitted. The varied mechanical, thermal and electronic properties of Coaxial cables mean that they can be used up into the GHz levels, as per cable type.
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Data sheet

Type RG.../U

11A/U 58C/U 59B/U 62A/U 71B/U 213U 214U

Part no.

40190

40191

40192

40193

40194

40195

40196

 

Cable structure

Inner conductor diameter mm

7 x 0,4

Tinned copper

19 x 0,2

Tinned copper

1 x 0,6

Steel/copper, bare

1 x 0,6

Steel/copper, bare

1 x 0,6

Steel/copper, bare

7 x 0,8

Copper, bare

7 x 0,8

Silvered copper

Insulation Ø mm

7,3   PE

2,95   PE

3,7   PE

3,7   PE, hollow

3,7   PE, hollow

7,24   PE

7,24   PE

Outer conductor

Braid

Braid

Braid

Braid

2 braids

Braid

2 braids

Copper, bare

Tinned copper

Copper, bare

Copper, bare

Copper, bare

Copper, bare

2x silvered copper

-

-

-

-

Tinned copper

-

-

Outer sheath

HM2

HM2

HM2

HM2

HM2

HM2

HM2

Min. bending radius approx. mm

50

25

30

30

30

50

50

Temperature range °C

-35 to +80 -35 to +80 -35 to +80 -35 to +80 -50 to +70 -35 to +80 -35 to +80

Copper weight kg/km

58,0

29,0

28,0

28,0

48,0

85,0

120,0

Outer Ø approx. mm

10,3

5,4

6,4

6,4

6,9

10,3

10,8

Weight approx. kg / km

144

38

57

54

64

155

203

 

Electrical characteristics

Impedance (Ohm)

75 ± 3

50 ± 2

75 ± 3

93 ± 5

93 ± 3

50 ± 2

50 ± 2

Frequency range

f (max.) GHz

3

3

3

3

3

3

11

Propagation velocity v/c

0,7

0,7

0,7

0,8

0,8

0,7

0,7

Attenuation at 20°C

(db/100m)

3 MHz

1,3

2,9

2

2

2

1,2

1,2

10 MHz

2,4

5,3

3,8

3,7

3,7

2,3

2,3

100 MHz

7,8

17

12,2

12

12,5

7,5

7,5

200 MHz

11,3

24