Alpha Wire Black RG174/U Coaxial Cable 50 Ω 2.59mm OD Polyvinyl Chloride PVC Sheath 30m

  • RS Stock No. 111-9199
  • Mfr. Part No. 9174 BK005
  • Manufacturer Alpha Wire
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): US
Product Details

Coaxial cable RG 174/U

The Alpha Wire RG 174/U MIL-C and UL 1354 approved cable has been designed to broadcast video transmission at the highest quality.

Features and Benefits
• Low capacitance
• High velocities of propagation and tight tolerances for maximum signal integrity
• Conductor: 26 (7/34) AWG BCW

Approvals

  MIL-C 17D and UL 1354

Specifications
Attribute Value
Terminated/Unterminated Unterminated
Connector A Unterminated
Connector B Unterminated
Coaxial Type RG174/U
Characteristic Impedance 50 Ω
Outer Diameter 2.59mm
Sheath Colour Black
Conductor Strand Type Stranded
Attenuation 6 dB/100ft @ 50MHz, 48 dB/100ft @ 1GHz
Reel Length 30m
2 Within 1 working day(s) (Global stock)
55 Within 3 working day(s) (Global stock)
Price 1 Reel of 30 Metre(s)
HK$ 404.73
(exc. GST)
Reel(s)
Per Reel
Per Metre*
1 +
HK$404.73
HK$13.491
*price indicative
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