|Sycor Part No||AWG||Stranding||RG/U||Material||Shield / Coverage||Nom. Cap. pF/Ft. (A)||Jacket Dia.||Nom. Imped.||Vel. %||Temp||Voltage Rating||UL Stlye|
|M1A06F||18||Solid, BC||6/U||Foam PE||AL/Mylar Foil & 4 x 28 AWG Drains TCW||17.3||PVC 0.242||75||78||-40°C to +85°C||300||13, 444, 1581, 1685||
|M1A06FB||18||Solid, BC||6/U||Foam PE||AL/Mylar Foil 100%, TC Braid 61%||17.3||PVC 0.270||75||78||-40°C to +85°C||300||13, 444, 1581, 1685||
|M1A06FAB||18||Solid, BCW||6/U||Foam PE||AL/Mylar Foil 100%, AL Braid 40%||17.3||PVC 0.270||75||78||-40°C to +85°C||300||13, 444, 1581, 1685||
Likely the most familiar RG “Radio Guide”grade coaxial cable is RG6 or RG6/U (U stands for Utility). It is the ideal choice for home and commercial applications for carrying audio/video transmission such as TV or CCTV. RG6 cables are versatile and very flexible and the thinner construction is also more cost effective than many other alternatives. RG6 is good for most applications although for more rigorous, high end frequency or long distance connections there may be a loss of signal quality. RG11 cables are better for long runs and higher frequencies but are more rigid (difficult to use around bends) and ultimately more expensive. RG6 cables have characteristic 18 awg conductor and 75 Ohm impedance, but come in various construction designs.
-40°C to +85°C
Residential or Commercial use. Versatile uses such as television transmission signal & secure communications.
Inner Conductor: 18 Awg Solid Bare Copper
Dielectric: Foam Polyethylene (PE)
Shield: Various available constructions with Foil, Mylar and different levels of Bare or Tinned Copper or Aluminum Braid – See below
Jacket: Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC); PVC [non-contaminating Type II per Mil-C-17]
UL 1685 (UL1581 Vertical Tray) Flame test
UL 444, UL 13
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All specifications are provided for reference only. Specifications will vary between manufacturers and are subject to change without notice. Be sure to check with your sales rep for the most accurate and up to date information when ordering.