Polyethylene(PE) insulated RF cable SYV50-2-2

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Shanghai
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
100 m
Supply Capability:
100000 m/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Product properties:  

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


SYV Solid polyethylene insulated RF cable:

Type

Cable structure parameters

Inner conductor

Insulation

Outer conductor

Jacket

Structure elements/diameter

Outer diameter

Structure

Nominal thickness

Thinnest thickness

Outer diamete

SYV75-2

7/0.08

1.5±0.10

Single braid layer

0.43

0.30

2.9±0.10

SYV75-3

7/0.17

3.0±0.15

Single braid layer

0.66

0.45

5.0±0.25

SYV75-5-1

1/0.72

4.6±0.20

Single braid layer

0.90

0.60

7.1±0.30

SYV75-5-2

7/0.26

4.6±0.20

Single braid layer

0.90

0.60

7.1±0.30

SYV75-7

7/0.40

7.30±0.25

Single braid layer

1.0

0.70

10.2±0.30

SYV75-9

1/1.37

9.0±0.30

Single braid layer

1.2

0.80

12.4±0.40

SYV50-2-1

7/0.15

1.5±0.10

Single braid layer

0.43

0.30

2.9±0.10

SYV50-2-2

1/0.68

2.2±0.10

Single braid layer

0.56

0.40

4.0±0.20

SYV50-3

1/0.90

3.0±0.15

Single braid layer

0.66

0.45

5.0±0.25

SYV50-5-1

1/1.37

4.6±0.20

Single braid layer

0.90

0.60

7.0±0.30

SYV50-5-2

1/1.37

4.6±0.20

Single braid layer

0.90

0.60

7.8±0.30

SYV50-7-1

7/0.76

7.3±0.25

Single braid layer

1.0

0.70

10.2±0.30

SYV50-7-2

7/0.76

7.3±0.25

Single braid layer

1.0

0.70

11.2±0.30

 

SYKV vertical hole PE insulated RF cable:

Structure

Type

Inner conductor

Insulation outer diameter

Insulation resistance

Characteristic impedance

Capacitance

Attenuation Coefficient

Reference Weight

50MHz

200MHz

800MHz

Vertical hole Insulation

SYKV-75-5

1/1.00

4.8

5000

75±3

60

5.3

10.8

22.9

50

SYKV-75-7

1/1.60

7.3

5000

75±3

60

3.4

7.1

15.2

95

SYKV-75-9

1/2.00

9.0

5000

75±3

60

2.8

5.7

12.5

153

Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:laptop charger (20v 3.5A) as adapter with IDE/SATA to USB cable to power 3.5 HD?
NO!! Don't do that - I got a hard drive in for repair recently where someone did that - she said it fitted so I thought it would be ok, it's got loads of data I need on that drive can you recover it? I was like - not any more I can't. 20v will blow the hard drive. If the PSU has gone on your external drive your best solution is to take the screws out of the external hard drive casing and open it up. You will find inside you have just a standard SATA hard drive.
Q:What cables do I need for this graphics card?
You don't need any power cables. The board gets power from the mother board. You need a PCI-Express slot on your mother board. If you're asking about video cables to the monitor, it says in the listing... Interfaces 2 x DVI-I - 29 pin combined DVI , 1 x HDMI - 19 pin HDMI Type A , 2 x DisplayPort - Apple mini-DisplayPort You only need one of these unless you are running more than 1 monitor. I would look on your monitor and see what connections you have. (2) DVI-1 is common is older stuff, (1) HDMI is the newest technology and common for HDTV, (2) Apple ports for Apple enabled monitors.
Q:Can I use a 7A power cable for a device with a 9A requirement without breaking either of them?
You have a TV that draws 9 amps from a 117 v.a.c. power line? That's roughly a kilowatt. You could run three 55-inch LED sets for that, with power to spare. Or does your TV operate from a 12-volt d.c. source, like for a boat or RV? That would make more sense, 108 watts total. In that case, using the wrong power cable could be at least a theoretical hazard. I'd wait for the proper cable. If you'll update your post with the make and model of your TV and what you're powering it from, you might get a better answer. Your location would also help, at least which country due to different a.c. power systems. ----------------------- Followup, per your added details: now I get it--you have a power cord that's rated at 7 or 9 amps, not a TV that draws that much. That's entirely different. Your TV/DVD combo will use a maximum of about 150 watts, which means it will draw just a little over one amp. So any power cord you can find that fits properly and is rated at something like 3 amps or more will be fine.
Q:PS3 Slim, hanging then yanking the power cable?
If pulling the power cord was the *only* way to turn it off, that's ok, you just don't want to do it frequently. As for the game itself, the only thing I can think of is to make sure other games work. If so, then something about the game itself is causing the fault, but not sure what. If anything, I would say contact Sony for assistance in that regard.
Q:Can I use speaker wire for power cable in a small amp?
It okorder.com/
Q:where do i run my amp power cable?
As mentioned you should be able to find a hole already but I like to drill my own and keep all of my electronics separate from the other factory wires. It should not hurt anything to run them with the other wires but you could get some induced current plus it makes it easy to keep track of all your stuff in case you would need to take it out. 2 things to keep in mind no matter where you go through though 1 make sure you have a bushing in the hole to protect the wire and 2 be sure to run your ground beside your power wire, dont separate them too far.
Q:Can I use a LCD monitor power cable on a CRT monitor?
I've used the same power cables for about 10+ years. Whether CRT, LCD, external disk drive, etc. It should be fine.
Q:My laptop screams at me that it hates my power cable?
Try going to the support site and seeing if there's a download called BIOS Flash or something similar. You might also try going into the BIOS yourself (It should say something like Press F2 to enter Setup) and looking around for anything out of the ordinary (as far as your knowledge extends.)
Q:Computer Video Card Power?
if the graphics card has an 6-pin power connector and an 8-pin connector then u need to use the 6-pin and the 8-pin power cable from your power supply.most power supplies (especially those that supply 500 watts of power to your cpu and all the peripherals) in the market right now have at least one connector for each type (6-pin and 8-pin).usually the most high-end power supplies now (like the Ultra X4 series) have more than 1 for each type.right now the most high-end power supplies from my perspective is the 1600W power supply from the Ultra X4 series.it has 3 6-pin power connectors and 3 for the 8-pin power connector. and ya the 6- and 8-pin power connector is the bridge for the power supply to transport power to the component. nope.the motherboard is a selfish guy.it doesnt give power to the graphics card unless the graphics card doesn't take a lot of wattage to work then the motherboard will donate power to the graphics card.
Q:How to convert the computer's audio and video to cable TV signals. Through the cable television transmission to the 40 TV (hurry)
Fire paint is esterified by epoxy resin plant acid, respectively, with iron oxide red, iron oxide black, zinc yellow and other pigments and physical paint grinding, and adding driers, to, butanol modulation

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range