RG188 A/U COAXIAL CABLE / 50 Ω

RG188 A/U

High-quality coaxial cable RG188 that conforms to MIL-C-17F
(75Ω see RG187). The sheath is PFA white, and the conductors are silver plated.

Applications: Metrology, Laboratory use, Audio and wireless application, Broadband communications, Automotive

RG188 A/U: (Sheath colour: white) 50 Ω;
Temperature range -80°C to +205°C

DESCRIPTION Article FORMAT Size price DOWNLOAD
RG 188 A/U (H&S) 050103 PDF 65 KB 4,06 to 4,78 € Datasheet
50 Ω COAXIAL CABLE MATERIAL DIAMETER
INNER CONDUCTOR Steel copper strand silver plated 0.54 mm
DIELECTRIC PTFE 1.55 mm
SHIELDING Copper braid silver plated 2.00 mm
CABLE SHEATH PFA 2.60 mm

Difference RG188 A/U and Standard Coaxial cable:

The RG188 A/U is a 2.49 mm thin PFA radio frequency cable. Single shielded and suitable for high-quality applications at higher temperatures.

The following connectors are recommended:

Ideal for BNC, TNC, N, SMB, SMA, SMC, SMP, Micro connectors such as MMCX and MCX, LEMO

Kink protection in 10 different colours:

black (Standard), brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, grey, white

Please notice:
If not otherwise requested by you, we deliver with black kink protection.

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RG188 A/U Koaxialkabel
Description RG188 A/U
Koaxialkabel
Article number [Shop] 050103
Price [in €]
4,06 to 4,78 €
Data sheet [pdf] (65 KB)
Manufacturer
Huber & Suhner

Technical data - Structure
Sheath material
PFA
Outer diameter [Ø/mm]
2.6
Sheath colour
white
Diameter dielectric [Ø/mm]
1.55
Dielectric
PTFE
Inner conductor [Ø/mm]
0.54
Inner conductor
StCu strand
silver-plated

Electrical values
Impedance [Ω]
50
Max. frequency [Ghz]
3
Capacity [p/m]
97
Shielding factor [dB/m]
39
Max. Voltage [V]
Halogen-free
Non-magnetic

Attenuation values at different frequencies
Attenuation at 400MHz [dB/m]
0.51
Attenuation at 1000MHz [dB/m]
0.84
Attenuation at 2000MHz [dB/m]
1.24

Other parameters
Temperature [max.°C]
205
[min.°C]
-80
Weight [kg/m]
0.017

Further information
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