Flexible 50 Ohm Coax Cable
RG214 cable is a favoured type of coaxial cable used for high-frequency signal transmissions. It is constructed with a stranded, silver-plated inner conductor, polyethylene dielectric, two silver-plated copper outer conductors and a PVC jacket. At a high voltage rating of up to 5,000 volts, the RG214 coaxial cable is very common in projects that demand elevated voltage requirements.
RG 214 Coax Cable Uses & Applications:
The RG214 coaxial cable is used in telecommunications, data transmission, radio frequency communication, broadcast, and computer applications. It is used to connect wireless and data communication systems that require high signal sequences and low attenuation, as well as in test leads and quality installations requiring low PIM and cross talk. The RG214 coaxial cable is also popular with radio frequency and microwave transmission in LAN networks and instrumentation or control applications. You can also use the RG214 for use in direct burial applications.
RG214 Cable Specifications
- Minimum Temperature: -40°C
- Maximum Temperature: 80°C
- Max Operating Voltage (vms): 5,000
- Velocity of Propagation: 65.98%
- Minimum Minor Axis: 6in.
- Maximum Pulling Tension Weight: 225lbs
- Mil Spec Equivalent: M17/75-RG214
Cable Construction Specifications:
- Conductor: 7 stands/.030" Silver Plated Copper (.089")
- Dielectric: Solid Polyethylene, color natural (.285")
- Shield 1: 96% Silver Plated Copper Braid (.313")
- Shield 2: 98% Silver Plated Copper Braid (.341")
- Jacket: PVC (Non-Contaminating) Type IIA per MIL-C-17 (.425")
- Weight per 1000' : 138 lbs Nom.
- Jacket Color: Black
Attenuation for the RG214 Coaxial Cable
- 50MHz - 1.7 dB/100ft.
- 400MHz - 5.5 dB/100ft.
- 3,000MHz - 28 dB/100ft.
- 11,000MHz - 60 dB/100ft
Cable Loss and other Electrical Characteristics:
- Impedance: 50 +/-2 ohms
- Capacitance: 32.2 pF/Ft. max
- Maximum Voltage: 1875 volts
- Maximum Frequency: 11 Ghz
- Size of Strands: 21AWG
Great coax for h.f. Bands