Our flexible X-200 coaxial extension cable is perfect for applications on the UHF, VHF, 868MHz and 915MHz bands where thin, flexible cables are necessary. The 0.200" diameter combined with a low loss of 0.390dB per metre @ 868MHz (~1.17dB total loss in this 3m assembly) makes a good choice for general-purpose flexible extension cables and leads up to 2GHz.
This cable is an upgrade in places where you would otherwise use RG-58.
The tough PE jacket resists UV and provides excellent durability in harsh outdoor environments.
This cable performs substantially better than RG-58 at the same diameter, and is comparable to LMR-200 (a trademark of Times Microwave), and other 0.200" / 5mm jacketed low-loss coaxial cables.
Installation note: It's critical that all outdoor connectors are taped with self-amalgamating tape (not electrical tape)! Water will seep through screw threads over time, and will permeate your cable and antenna via the exposed connectors, causing performance to mysteriously drop some days or weeks after installation.
|Connector A||SMA male|
|Connector B||SMA female|
≤1.75dB per metre @ 3400MHz;
≤1.60dB per metre @ 3000MHz;
≤1.4dB per metre @ 2600MHz;
≤0.390dB per metre @ 868MHz;
≤0.350dB per metre @ 433MHz
|Capacitance||86pF +/- 2pF per metre|
Velocity of propagation
|Conductor||Copper-clad aluminium, solid, 2.74mm|
|Shield||Aluminium foil + braiding|
|Working temperature||-40℃ to +85℃|
|Minimum bend radius||60mm|
|Diameter||0.200" or 5.1mm|
- Please note that this cable has a solid centre conductor, and should not be bent repeatedly or installed in a location where it can move (eg, unsecured and in the wind) as it will be damaged.
- Do not bend tighter than the outside of a CD (60mm is the minimum bend radius), or kink
- Secure cable to a solid object every 500mm, and wrap all outdoor connections in self-amalgamating tape.