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1671A TIN50 - 

Coaxial Cable, Microwave, 24 AWG, Solid, 50 ft, 15.24 m

BELDEN 1671A TIN50

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Manufacturer:
BELDEN BELDEN
Manufacturer Part No:
1671A TIN50
Newark Part No.:
15B1936
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Information

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SPCCS (Silver Plated Copper Coated Steel)
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2.159mm
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24AWG
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15.24m
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Unjacketed
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50ft
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Solid
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RG405
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-
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50ohm
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Product Overview

The 1671A TIN50 is a 50ft RG-405/U microwave Coaxial Cable with 24AWG solid silver-plated copper-covered steel (SPCCS) conductor, TFE PTFE insulation, copper-tin composite shield (100% coverage) and unjacketed. This coaxial cable is perhaps the most common, basic and easy-to-understand cables. Basically, they are used to transmit electrical energy or signals, from one location to another, to connect a source to a load, such as a transmitter to an antenna. Coaxial cable (coax) is typically identified or classified according to its impedance or RG-type. Belden® coaxial cable is tested with equipment that simulates every known environmental and electrical performance condition. As a result, this cable can be counted on for positive, reliable and trouble-free operation.
  • 50Ω Nominal characteristic impedance
  • 0.07μH/ft Nominal inductance
  • 29.5pF/ft Conductor to shield nominal capacitance
  • 69.5% Nominal velocity of propagation
  • 64.2Ω/1000ft at 20°C Nominal conductor DC resistance
  • 10.2Ω/1000ft at 20°C Nominal outer shield DC resistance

Applications

Industrial