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RG-188A cable is a type of high-frequency coaxial cable which offers incredible temperature resistance (up to 250°C / 482°F). It is ideal for many military & civil radio frequency (RF) operations including telecommunications, network (LAN/WAN) connections, GPS, test equipment, and ham/CB/other radio setups, as well as any other signal transfer applications in fields such as aerospace, scientific, and medical. Furthermore, this cable type is approved for direct burial.
The cable consists of a stranded inner conductor composed of silver-plated, copper-clad steel wire, which is then surrounded by a PTFE dielectric tube. Outside the dielectric is a shield, which is made of silver-plated copper. Covering all of this is a white PTFE jacket for additional physical protection.
Remington Industries offers this coax cable in 8 different lengths to best suit your application. If you want a custom length or have another requirement, feel free to contact Remington Industries today to discuss how we can help you get the cable you need. Additionally, Remington Industries offers pre-made coaxial cable assemblies fitted with a variety of RF connectors for your convenience.
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- Cable Type: RG-188A/U coaxial cable
- Overall Diameter: 0.100"
- Inner Conductor: 7 strands of 0.0067" silver-plated, copper-clad steel
- Outer Diameter: 0.0201"
- Dielectric Insulator: Solid polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE/Teflon)
- Outer Diameter: 0.060"
- Shield: Silver-plated copper braid
- Coverage: 90%
- Outer Diameter: 0.077"
- Wire Size: 38 AWG
- Jacket: White polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE/Teflon), Type VIIA per MIL-C-17
- Impedance: 50 Ω ± 2 Ω
- Capacitance: 29.3 pF/ft
- Velocity of Propagation: 70%
- Operating Frequency: 10 GHz Maximum
- Voltage Rating: 1200 Vrms Maximum
- Temperature Rating: -55°C (-67°F) to 250°C (482°F)
- RoHS Compliant
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- 1' (0.31 m)
- 2' (0.61 m)
- 4' (1.22 m)
- 10' (3.05 m)
- 25' (7.62 m)
- 50' (15.24 m)
- 100' (30.48 m)
- 250' (76.20 m)
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