What is the difference between LMR 400 and LMR 600?
LMR600 is a thicker cable than the LMR400. You typically use LMR400 when going runs from 5ft to 40ft. Using the thicker LMR600 will reduce the loss when reaching those longer cable lengths. …
How thick is LMR 600?
LMR-600 Ultraflex Cable, 1/2″ Thick, 1 Ft.
What is LMR 600 for?
Applications. Ideal for jumper assemblies in wireless communications systems, short antenna feeder runs, and any application (e.g. WLL, GPS, LMR, WLAN, WISP, WiMax, SCADA, mobile antennas) requiring an easily routed, low loss RF cable.
What is the diameter of LMR 600?
This low loss flexible 50 Ohm coax cable LMR-600 is constructed with a 0.59 inch diameter and Black PE jacket.
Does coax cable length matter?
Coaxial Cable Length Coaxial cable comes in varying lengths. The shorter and thicker the cable is rated will determine the strength of the signal transmitted. It is important to choose the right cable length and thickness. In radio systems, cable length is comparable to the wavelength of the signals transmitted.
How much does LMR 400 weigh?
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|Product Attribute||Attribute Value|
|Factory Pack Quantity:||500|
|Part # Aliases:||LMR-400-UF (ON 500 FT REELS)|
|Unit Weight:||1.655255 oz|
How thick is LMR 400?
The LMR 400® is a 10.29 mm thick PE radio frequency cable.
What is LMR-600 for?
How flexible is LMR-600?
LMR-600 flexible 50 Ohm coax cable with PE jacket is rated for a 5.8 GHz maximum operating frequency. This 50 Ohm 0.59 inch diameter and low loss flexible coax cable is built with a double shield count and RF shielding of 90 dB.