SYV-50 Series Solid Polyethylene Insulated RF Coaxial Cable

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According to the standards of GB/T14864-1993.For analog signal below 1GHz, and high-speed digital signal transmission.

      Cable insulation imports of polyethylene insulation material, to ensure the stability of the transmission performance and mechanical properties.

  Suitable for singal transmission in the television,communication,computer and electronic system etc.

TypeInner conductorInsulationOuter conductorJacket
Materialsn/mmdiameterdiameterbraided screendensitythicknessdiameter
SYV-50-2-1soft copper7×0.160.481.50single≥91%0.432.8
SYV-50-2-41soft copper1×0.680.682.20single≥91%0.564.0
SYV-50-3-1soft copper7×0.320.962.95single≥91%0.755.0
SYV-50-3-4soft copper1×0.900.902.95single≥91%0.755.0
SYV-50-3-41soft copper1×0.900.902.95single≥91%0.805.8
SYV-50-5-1soft copper1×1.401.404.80single≥91%0.887.2
SYV-50-5-41soft copper1×1.401.404.80double≥91%0.927.9
SYV-50-7-2soft copper7×0.752.257.25single≥91%1.0510.3
SYV-50-7-41soft copper7×0.752.257.25double≥91%1.1011.0
SYV-50-9-41soft copper7×0.952.859.0single≥91%1.1812.2
SYV-50-12-41soft copper7×1.153.4511.5single≥91%1.3015.0



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