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7 PRtC 1/2" underground coaxial cable

Fca Euroclass, A Class shielded

Coaxial cable with both conductors made of copper (Cu/Cu) and outstanding braid coverage (53%). Includes a petro-gel layer and an external PE coverage, which makes it perfect for underground use, free of deformations and degradations that could affect the quality of the transported signal. A 7 VRtC cable with double shielded.

Ref. 2140
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EAN13: 8424450021408
  • Copper conductors
  • Class A shielded
  • Fca Euroclass
  • Petro-gel layer

Main features
  • Black-colour external PE sheath
  • 75 Ohm characteristic impedance
  • 500 m wood reel

StandardEN 50117-2-5
Inner conductor Diametermm2.7
Inner conductor MaterialCopper (Cu)
Inner conductor ResistanceΩ/km < 3.2
Dielectric Diametermm11.5
Dielectric MaterialFoam polyethylene (PEE)
Dielectric ColorWhite RAL 9003
Overlapped foilCopper + Polyester
Braid MaterialCopper
Braid dimensions: No. of carriers (Nc)22
Braid Dimensions: No. of strands per carrier (Ns)6
Braid Dimensions: strand diameter (Ø)mm0.12
Braid ResistanceΩ/km < 7
Braid Coverage%53
2nd foilNo
2nd foil glued to the dielectricNo
Anti-migrating filmNo
Outer sheath Diametermm15
Outer sheath MaterialPE
Outer sheath Thicknessmm1
Minimum bending radiusmm75
Transfer impedance (5-30MHz)mΩ/m < 5
1GHz shieldingdB > 85
Spark TestVac8000
Velocity ratio%82
Operating temperature°C -40 ... 80
5 MHz47 MHz54 MHz90 MHz200 MHz500 MHz698 MHz800 MHz862 MHz950 MHz1000 MHz1220 MHz1350 MHz1750 MHz2050 MHz2150 MHz2200 MHz2300 MHz2400 MHz3000 MHz
Attenuation (typ.)dB/m
0.01 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.03 0.06 0.07 0.07 0.08 0.08 0.09 0.09 0.1 0.12 0.13 0.14 0.14 0.14 0.15 0.16

The cables with higher diameter will have smaller losses in signal distribution. Occasionally, it could be impossible to install coaxial cables with an excessive diameter; in this case, adapting and selecting cables with a smaller diameter would be required, even if they would produce higher losses, especially at high frequencies. Line amplifiers are usually introduced to compensate for this.