Triaxial cable

Triaxial cable

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.
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Triaxialkabel max. freq.
GHz
Attenuation
at 2 GHz/m
Exterior
Material
Outside
Ø mm
Outside
Ø inch
Article
01782050 ΩFEP2.800.11 050204
00110150 ΩPTFE3.400.134 050206
TRX316 - RGT31650 Ω1.23FEP3.600.142 050158
01791075 ΩFEP3.600.142 050205
G_02330_HT50 Ω1PVC4.300.169 050174
G_0233250 Ω21.45PVC4.250.167Auf Anfrage
RGT 40050 Ω2.50.79FEP5.700.224 050164
Belden 922250 ΩPVC6.100.24 050128

Assembled triaxial cables

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.

Picture shows:

(1) BNC triax plug in 3 lug

(2) BNC triax plug in 2 lug

Made-to-measure cable assembly

We assemble (almost) all cables suitable for your application! Regardless of whether you need a coaxial cable, triaxial cable or high-voltage line!
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Cable assembly with our configurator for 50Ω and 75Ω coaxial cables.