BRIM Electronics, Inc. Datasheets for Coaxial Cables and Triaxial Cables
Coaxial cables have an inner conductor insulated by a dielectric material and then surrounded by an outer conductor that is shielded with braid or foil. Triaxial cables add an extra layer of insulation and a second conductive sheath. They are commonly known as coax and triax, and are chosen because of their protection against external electromagnetic interference.
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|A type RG 59/U construction, composed of 22(1) bare Copperweld, .055" wall of cellular Polyethylene dielectric, 4x28 AWG drain wires over an Aluminum Polypropylene tape shield, for 100% coverage, and...|
|A type RG59/U construction, composed of 20(1) bare Copperweld, .058" wall of cellular Polyethylene dielectric, an Aluminum polypropylene over Aluminum tape shield (100% coverage), a 42% Aluminum braided shield over...|
|DESCRIPTION: Miniature & ultra-miniature, flexible CO-AX cables. All cables are run with very flexible bare copper conductors, .008" to .005" PP resin for good dielectric properties, a 44 AWG braided...|
|TFE or PTFE dielectric over a solid or stranded Silver plated copperweld conductor, Silver plated copper braided shield, an FEP or PTFE jacket overall. These cables combinehigh temperature with miniaturization.|
|Two conductors of Polyethylene dielectric insulation over a stranded bare or tinned plated copper conductor, one or two tinned plated copper braided shields, Black non-contaminating PVC jacket overall. Jackets are...|