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CLF 240 PE - 50 Ohm Low Loss Coaxial Cable

delivery time: 2-3 Tage
Product.Nr.: 1010731
weight: 0.046 kg
Manufacturer: MCE Mauritz Electronics

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Quantity Single price Saving pro Meter
1-24 2,11 EUR 2,11 EUR
>= 25 2,00 EUR -5 % 2,00 EUR

2,00 EUR - 2,11 EUR
2,11 EUR pro Meter incl. 19 % VATexcl. shipping costs

CLF 240 PE 

CLF 240 PE, Low Loss, a very flexible, low-loss, double-shielded 50 Ohm coaxial cable. 
The outer diameter of the CLF240 Low Loss is only 6.1 mm and is ideally suited for applications from DC to 10 GHz. 
The inner conductor of this cable consists of a soft copper wire with a diameter of 1.42mm. 
The dielectric consists of foamed (oxygenated), self-extinguishing FEP. 
The inner shield is made of a special laminated, tear-resistant, overlapping aluminum foil. 
The coverage is 100%, the outer shield consists of a very dense copper braid with tinned individual wires. 
The outer jacket is made of RoHS-compliant PE and is UV-stabilized. 
The foreshortening factor is 84%. 
The shielding level is greater than 92dB.

Typical attenuation values: 

450MHz: 0.173dB/m 
900MHz: 0.248dB/m 
1.5GHz: 0.324dB/m 
1.8GHz: 0.352dB/m 
2.0GHz: 0.377dB/m 
2.5GHz: 0.424dB/m 
6.0GHz: 0.676dB/m 

Connector types for coaxial cable H155 also fit CLF 240, likewise the same crimp sizes as for H155 can be used.

Find out more about PE / Polyethylene:

Polyethylene has a very low water vapor permeability. The diffusion of gases, flavors and essential oils, however, is relatively high. Polyethylene has good toughness, low strength and hardness, excellent chemical resistance, but a tendency to crack in tension and low temperature resistance and can not be used and is up to 30 ° C cold resistant at temperatures above 80 ° C. Its low density ranging from 0.915 to 0,965g / cm³ ;. Polyethylene is soluble only in solvents above 60 ° C. Certain hydrocarbons cause swelling. Depending on the thickness of polyethylene is milky white opaque to transparent. Products with higher molecular weight have better strength and stretchability. They are recognized by the designation high molecular weight (HMW-LDPE). By copolymerization of ethylene with butene and octene beispeislweise the degree of branching of the polyethylenes produced can be reduced. These copolymers are referred to as linear low density polyethylene (LLDP), respectively. The advantages of polyethylene lie V. A. in the smell and Geschmacksneutralit BEAR t, high transparency, ease of processing, excellent welding properties, long service life, high load capacity and the food authenticity and Recyclbarkeit.
Source:
Environmental encyclopedia online - 21/04/2012

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