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8262 010U500 - 

Coaxial Cable, RG58C, 20 AWG, 50 ohm, 500 ft, 152.4 m

8262 010U500 - Coaxial Cable, RG58C, 20 AWG, 50 ohm, 500 ft, 152.4 m

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Tinned Copper
19 x 33AWG
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Product Overview

The 8262 010U500 is a Coaxial Cable with 20AWG tinned copper conductor and a polyethylene insulation. This 50Ω coax cable comes with a non-contaminating black PVC jacket and tinned copper braid shield (95% coverage). The coaxial cable is perhaps the most common, basic and easy-to-understand cables. Basically, this cable is 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.
  • 186.824N Maximum recommended pulling tension
  • 0.252637µH/m Nominal inductance
  • 66% Nominal velocity of propagation
  • 35.4348Ω/km at 20°C Nominal conductor DC resistance (DCR)
  • -40 to 85°C Operating temperature range


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