FEP – Koaxialkabel
FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene)
Insulation material with exceptionally good electrical, thermal, chemical and mechanical properties. Permanent temperatures of up to 205°C and operating temperatures of up to -90°C are possible.
Multiflex 86 | RG 142 | RG 179 | RG 316D | RGL 316 | RGT 178 | RGT 316 | SS 405
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A coaxial cable consists of two concentric conductors, which are seperated by a dielectric and by a screen. Fields of applocation for coaxial cables are video technology, electrical measurement as well as applications, where radio signals have to be transferred without loss.
A double screened coaxial cable is presented here
Structure of a double screened coaxial cable:
1 = inner conductor – solid wire or stranded wires (1b)
2 = dielectric / isolation
3a = braid or foil
3b = braid or foil
4 = outer sheath
more information about the structure of such cables: Structure coaxial cable