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RG 350 - RG404 Coax Cable

RG350 - RG404 coaxial cables are engineered to accommodate fast signal speeds with low signal loss. Some coaxial cables shown below, such as RG391 coaxial cable and RG404 coaxial cable, are constructed to maintain low noise during usage. RG401 coaxial cable and RG402 coaxial cable are even considered microwave conformable coax.

An insulating jacket usually covers RG coaxial cable, including RG400 cable. Be sure to look through all the RG coaxial cable jacket types offered at the bottom of the page to ensure the best coaxial cable for your requirements.

Part #
& Type
Lbs. Per
1000 Ft.
Volt. (RMS)
Engineer. Data
360 .825 IIIa   AL.TU .676F .243C 39.7 50.0 25.0 4000 Per
366 .620 IIIa   CT Foam 160C   50.0 26.6 4000 Use: M17/225-00001
367 5.200 IIIa   .500 Corr Ct Corr Ct   459 50.0 21.7 830KW
369 .470 IIIa   AL.TU .318P .117C 14 50.0 24.0 700 Use: M17/225-00001
370 .390 NONE   AL.TU .318P .117C 10 50.0 24.0 700 Use: M17/225-00001
374 .650 FOAM     .160P .0285C 9.7       Bouyant antenna
376 1.060 IIIa   AL.TU FOAM .312CT 39 50.0 26.0 6000 Use: M17/227-00001
377 .530 NONE   AL.TU T .165S
17 50.0 24.0 1000
378 2,000 IIIa   AL.TU SSP .713CT 62 50.0 22.1 145KW
382 1,625     AL.TU       50.0      
383 .650 FOAM     P 0.0403 100.0     Buoyant Twisted Pair
384 .650 FOAM   C. BRAID P .0508C 50.0 30.8   Buoyant Antenna
385 .660 Option   Corr AI PTFE .153SC 17.8 50.0 25.0 1500 Low loss per MIL-C-22931
386 .545 IIIa   S P SC 50.0 30.8   Watertight Cable
389 .875 IIIa S S .635PE .250C AL 36.6 50.0 22.8 2000 Low Loss RG189/U
391 .405 IIa   TC .285PE 7/.0159TC 9.2 72.0 5000 Use: M17/126-RG391
392 .405 IIa   TC .285PE 7/.0159TC 11.4 72.0 5000 Use: M17/126-RG392
393 .390 IX S S .285T 7/.0312 16.5 50.0 29.4 5000 Use: M17/126-RG393
397 .360 IX S S .270AST 7/.032S 12.5 50.0 28.0 2000 Low loss RG 391/U
400 .195 IX S S .116T 19/.007SPC 5 50.0 29.3 1900 Use: M17/128-RG400
401 .250 NONE   CT .215T .0645SPC 8.1 50.0 29.3 3000 Use: M17/129-RG401
402 .141 NONE   TUBE .119T .036SCCS 3.2 50.0 29.3 2500 Use: M17/130-RG402
403 .116 IX S S .034T 7/.004S 0.7 50.0 29.3 2500 Use: M17/131-RG403
404 .075 IX   S .034T 7/.004
0.55 50.0 31.5 2000 Use: M17/132-00001

RG Coaxial Cable Jacket Types & Operating Temperature Ranges
RG350 Cable - RG404 Cable

TYPE I (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Black Polyvinylchloride
Characteristics: Excellent weathering and abrasion properties, However, it is of the contaminating type and will cause cable attenuation to increase with age. Can be used for direct burial.
Temperature Range: -40°C to +80°C

TYPE II (JAN-C-17A) Coaxial Cable
Description: Grey Polyvinylchloride
Characteristics: A semi-contaminating jacket.
Temperature Range: -25°C to + 8°C.

TYPE IIA (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Grey or Black Polyvinylchloride.
Characteristics: Noncontaminating. Good weathering and abrasion resistant properties. Can be used for direct burial.
Temperature Range: Under .25 OD, -55°C to +90°C. Over .25 OD, -40°C to +90°C.

TYPE IIIA (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Black Polyethylene.
Characteristics: Moisture resistant, abrasion resistant, defies ultra violet damage. Noncontaminating; recommended for direct burial.
Temperature Range: -55°C to +85°C.

TYPE IV (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Black Synthetic Rubber.
Characteristics: This jacket material is used only on high voltage pulse cables. The basic material is polymerized chloroprene.
Temperature Range: Under .60 OD, -55°C to + 80°C. Over .50 OD, -40°C to +80°C.

TYPE V (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: A Fiberglass Braid.
Characteristics: Impregnated with silicone varnish to provide abrasion resistance and a moisture seal.
Temperature Range: -55°C to +175°C.

TYPE VI (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Silicone Rubber Dacron Braid.
Characteristics: Two wraps of silicone rubber impregnated fiber glass tape which is fused into a homogeneous layer. A dacron braid is applied, followed by a high temperature fluorocarbon lacquer.
Temperature Range: -55°C to + 175°C.

TYPE VII (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: PTFE (Polytetra-floudethyene)
Characteristics: Either extruded or tape wrap. Withstands high temperatures; chemically inert; insoluble in liquids and gases.
Temperature Range: -55°C to +200°C.

TYPE VIII (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Synthetic Rubber.
Characteristics: This material is a polychloroprene compound and is used with only a few pulse cables. Its primary use is jacket material for multiconductor cables.
Temperature Range: -55°C to + 75°C.

TYPE IX (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: PTFE (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene).
Characteristics: Excellent weathering properties and chemically inert.
Temperature Range: -55°C to +200°C.

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