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DX Engineering 400MAX Type N Low-Loss 50-ohm Coax Assemblies DXE-400MAXDN003

Coaxial Cable, 400MAX, Low-Loss, 10 AWG Stranded, Dual Shield, Waterproof PE Jacket, Type-N Male Both Ends, 3 ft. Each

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Manufacturer's Part Number: DXE-400MAXDN003
DXE Part Number: DXE-400MAXDN003

Coaxial Cable Type: 400MAX
Cable Connector End 1: Type N, male
Cable Connector End 2: Type N, male
Coaxial Cable Jacket Outside Diameter: 0.405 in.
Coaxial Cable Jacket Material: PE, Type III
Center Conductor Gauge: 10 AWG
Center Conductor Material: Bare copper
Center Conductor Construction: 19 strand - 0.0210 in.
Dielectric Material: Gas injected foam polyethylene
Dielectric Outside Diameter: 0.285 in.
Shield 1 Construction: Bonded polyester tape
Shield 1 Material: Aluminum
Shield 1 Percent Coverage: 100
Shield 2 Construction: Braided
Shield 2 Material: Tinned copper
Shield 2 Percent Coverage: 95-96
Loss Per 100 ft. at 30 MHz: 0.8 dB
Velocity Factor Percentage: 84
Coaxial Cable Length: 3 ft.
UV-Resistant: Yes
Direct Bury: Yes
Quantity: Sold individually.

DX Engineering 400MAX Type N Low-Loss 50-ohm Coaxial Cable Assemblies offer the lowest possible loss at VHF and UHF frequencies. Used by communications professionals through 2,400 MHz and above, N-Type connectors have low insertion loss and maintain 50 Ohm impedance, for installations where every tenth of a dB counts!

DX Engineering 400MAX coax features a tough, waterproof jacket made with a highly UV-resistant, Type III-A polyethylene which is ideal for all outdoor feedline applications including direct-bury installations. With a large 10 AWG stranded copper center conductor, 400MAX low-loss assemblies are perfectly suited for long cable runs and low or high power level operations. Our 400MAX coax cable also features modern, gas-injected foam polyethylene dielectric that cannot absorb moisture and has complete shielding with 100 percent coverage bonded aluminum tape covered by minimum 95 percent coverage tinned copper braid. Regarded in the industry as a top quality low-loss feedline, DX Engineering 400MAX Coaxial Cable is custom made to provide the highest performance and excellent longevity.

Our 400MAX DN Series cable assembly N-Type connectors feature machine crimped shields and centers, with 360 degrees of complete mechanical and electrical contact for maximum reliability. Every assembly is continuity and Hi-Pot tested and then heat-shrink weather-sealed for the ultimate in-service longevity. You won't find this level of cable assembly quality anywhere else! DX Engineering 400MAX Type N Low-Loss 50-ohm Coaxial Cable Assemblies are now available, only from DX Engineering!

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Reviewer: from WA

Date: April 15, 2018

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