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High-frequency RG-400 coaxial cable is built to withstand an impressive temperature range while ensuring minimal interference. Choose RG-400 coax cable for applications relating to military & civil radio frequency (RF) operations including telecommunications, WiFi and network antennas, as well as ham/CB/other radio setups. This high quality coaxial cable can also provide an ideal solution for signal transfer applications in a range of industries, from aerospace to healthcare. This coaxial cable type is approved for direct burial.
RG-400 coaxial cable consists of a PTFE dielectric tube in which a stranded inner conductor composed of silver-plated copper wire sits. Two shields also made of silver-plated copper can be found outside the dielectric. Covering all of this is a tan FEP jacket for additional physical protection.
This professional-grade coaxial cable is available at Remington Industries in eight different lengths. We also offer custom services to ensure we can best meet your application needs. To request a custom length or another custom solution, contact Remington Industries today. For your convenience, Remington Industries also offers pre-made coaxial cable assemblies fitted with a variety of RF connectors.
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- Cable Type: RG-400/U coaxial cable
- Overall Diameter: 0.195"
- Bend Radius: 1.0"
- Inner Conductor: 19 strands of 0.0080" silver-plated copper
- Outer Diameter: 0.0384"
- Dielectric Insulator: Solid polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
- Outer Diameter: 0.116"
- Shields: Two (2) silver-plated copper braids
- Outer Diameter: 0.156"
- Jacket: Tan fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP), Type IX per MIL-C-17
- Impedance: 50 Ω ± 2 Ω
- Capacitance: 29.4 pF/ft
- Operating Frequency: 12.4 GHz Maximum
- Voltage Rating: 1900 Vrms Maximum
- Temperature Rating: -55°C (-67°F) to 200°C (392°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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