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FL141-24SM+

FLEX BL CA SM/SM 24" RoHS

Description

Product Overview The FL141 Series Flexible Coaxial Cables are ideal for interconnection of coaxial components or sub-systems. The construction includes a silver-plated copper-clad steel center conductor. The outer shield is copper braid, tin soaked, which minimizes signal leakage and at the same time flexible for easy bend. Dielectric is low loss PTFE. Connectors have passivated stainless-steel coupling nut over a gold plated connector body with gold plated brass center conductor. The FL141 Series Flexible cables are available in variety of length to meet your requirements.

Features

• Wideband frequency coverage, DC to 18 GHz • Low Loss, 1.29 dB typ. at 18 GHz • Excellent Return Loss, 26 dB typ. at 18 GHz • Flexible • 10mm bend radius for tight installations • Insulated outer jacket standard • Connector interface, meets MIL-STD-348 • Ideal for interconnect of assembled systems

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