What is RG12 Coax Cable?
RG12 coax cable is used to transmit various types of data such as radio or video signals. Its tinned copper conductor is corrosion resistant and has a maximum operating voltage of 4,000 volts. This coax cable features excellent durability due to its bare copper shielding and aluminum braid armor. Therefore, it is tough enough to handle direct burial and various other outside elements. In accordance with the military’s MIL-C-17 specifications for coaxial cable, RG12 coax cable is rated for temperatures ranging from -40°C to +80°C due to its non-contaminating Type II PVC jacket. M17/6-RG12 is the military equivalent to RG12 coax cable.
RG12$0.00 / 100 FT
- Approx LBS/MFT: 0.00
- Armor Material: Aluminum Braid
- Cond. Material: Tinned Copper
RG12 Coax Cable Approvals:
- Military Specification: MIL-C-17
- Mil-Spec Equivalent: M17/6-RG12
RG12 Coax Cable Applications:
- RG12 Coax Cables can be used in direct burial applications.
RG12 Coax Cable Construction:
- Conductor: Tinned Copper
- Dielectric: Solid Low-Density Polyethylene
- Shielding: Bare Copper Shield
- Jacket: PVC (non-contaminating) Type II per MIL-C-17
- Jacket Color: Gray
- Armor: Aluminum Braid
RG12 Coax Cable Ratings:
- Temperature Range: -40°C to +80°C
- Max Operating Voltage (vms): 4,000