PE physical foaming insulated coaxial RF cable SYWV(Y)-75-5

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Uses: This product is applicable to shared antenna systems, closed circuit television system and other signal transmission, and such cable has the characteristics of small attenuation and strong anti-interference


Structure and size of YWV (Y) PE physical foaming insulated coaxial RF cable products


Items

Sizes

SYWV(Y)-75-5

SYWV(Y)-75-7

SYWV(Y)-75-9

SYWV(Y)-75-12

Inner conductor diameter

1.00±0.02

1.66±0.02

2.15±0.03

2.77±0.03

Outer diameter of foaming medium (insulator)

4.80±0.20

7.25±0.20

9.00±0.25

11.50±0.30

Outer conductor

Aluminum-plastic composite belt or aluminum foil + tinned soft copper wire braiding, and the nominal diameter when the tinned copper wire is used in braid

0.12~0.15

0.12~0.15

0.12~0.18

0.12~0.20

The maximum diameter braided angle of outer conductor ≤ 45 °, filling factor of 0.23 (minimum)

5.8

8.3

10.1

12.6

Jacket

Thickness

0.70

0.85

0.96

1.00

Outer diameter

7.2±0.30

10.3±0.30

12.2±0.40

15.40±0.40

Delivery length

Length of each volume

100

100

200

200

Short break

20

50

50

50

As for length of each conducting wire of -7, -9, -12, the order requirements shall prevail

 

Electrical performance of SYWV (Y) polyethylene physical foaming insulated coaxial RF cable products

Items

Sizes

SYWV(Y)-75-5

SYWV(Y)-75-7

SYWV(Y)-75-9

SYWV(Y)-75-12

Core cable dielectric strength

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

Insulation Resistance 500V DC >

10000

10000

10000

10000

Sheath dielectric strength

Spark test

3.0

5.0

8.0

8.0

Water immersion test

2.0

3.0

5.0

5.0

Characteristic impedance 200MHZ

75±3.0

75±2.5

75±2.5

7.5±2.0

Voltage decrease constant

50MHz

4.9

3.1

2.6

2.0

200MHz

9.9

6.5

5.2

4.1

550MHz

16.8

10.7

8.5

6.7

800MHz

21.0

13.9

11.5

92

Return loss

VHF

20

20

20

23

VHF

18

18

18

20

 

 

 

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