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Times Microwave Bulk Coaxial Cables 54001

Coaxial Cable, LMR-400, 50 Ohm, Low Loss, CCA Solid Center, Black UV Resistant Polyethylene Jacket, Per Foot

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    This part is cut to your specified length, therefore it is nonreturnable.

Manufacturer's Part Number: 54001
Part Type: Coaxial Cable, Bulk
DXE Part Number: TMV-LMR-400

Coaxial Cable Type: LMR-400
Coaxial Cable Jacket Outside Diameter: 0.405 in.
Coaxial Cable Jacket Material: PE, Type III
Center Conductor Gauge: 10 AWG
Center Conductor Material: Copper-clad aluminum
Center Conductor Construction: Solid
Dielectric Material: Gas injected foam polyethylene
Dielectric Outside Diameter: 0.285 in.
Shield 1 Construction: Aluminum bonded Mylar foil
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: 0.7 dB
Velocity Factor Percentage: 85
Assembled: No
UV-Resistant: Yes
Direct Bury: Yes
Quantity: Sold by the foot.
Notes: Center conductor is 0.108 in. (2.74mm)

Times Microwave Bulk Coaxial Cables are recognized as superior RF cable products.

The standard Times Microwave LMR is a UV resistant polyethylene jacketed cable designed for 20-year service in outdoor use. Depending upon size, LMR cable has a solid copper or copper clad solid aluminum center conductor. Their bending and handling characteristics are significantly better than air-dielectric and corrugated hard-line cables. LMR-DB cable has a waterproofing compound to prevent moisture intrusion after a minor abrasion. Times Microwave EZ series and TC series connectors are suitable for use on standard LMR and LMR-DB cables.

Times Microwave LMR - UltraFlex (UF) cables have a stranded bare copper center and a rubber jacket (black thermoplastic elastomer) designed for repeated bending. Times Microwave TC series crimp connectors are designed for use on LMR UltraFlex cables.

LMR's RF shielding is typically 50 dB greater than standard coax. The copper shield and multi-ply bonded foil outer conductor is rated conservatively at greater than 90 dB. That's better than 180 dB isolation between two adjacent cables.

A wide variety of connectors are available for LMR cables, including all common interface types, reverse polarity, and a choice of solder or non-solder center pins. Most LMR connectors employ crimped outer attachment using standard hex-crimp methods.

Times Microwave is a premier supplier of coaxial cable products worldwide. Only Times offers a range of products specifically developed to perform as needed in the most diverse range of environments. Times Microwave has over 60 years of experience in building the highest-quality cables.

Order LMR coaxial cables from DX Engineering and put Times Microwave Bulk Coaxial Cables to work for you!

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Date: April 04, 2018

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