DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COAXIAL CABLE TO TRIAXIAL CABLE
A triaxial cable is a special form of the coaxial cable, which consists of three concentric conductors. These are separated by a dielectric, as well as a shielding. Applications are video technology and electrical metrology. In electrical metrology femtoampere currents can be measured with a suitable construction using Triaxial cables. Due to the higher production costs, the cables are more expensive than coaxial cables.
at 2 GHz/m
|TRX316 - RGT316||50 Ω||1.23||FEP||3.60||0.142||050158|
|G_02332||50 Ω||2||1.45||PVC||4.25||0.167||Auf Anfrage|
|RGT 400||50 Ω||2.5||0.79||FEP||5.70||0.224||050164|
|Belden 9222||50 Ω||PVC||6.10||0.24||050128|
All triax cables available from us can be supplied with a matching connector on request. All we need is the information about the electrical connection 1:1 or shielding on one side.
The picture opposite shows a BNC triax connector in 2-lug (2) and 3-lug (1) versions. Only when you look closely do you actually notice the difference in the bayonet connection.
(1) BNC triax plug in 3 lug
(2) BNC triax plug in 2 lug