What is RG130 Coax Cable?
RG130 coax cable is a military grade cable that is tough enough to handle direct burial, weathering, and other outdoor elements. It is protected from temperatures ranging from -40°C to 80°C by its Type I PVC jacket as specified by the MIL-C-17 specifications for coax cable. However, this jacket is contaminating meaning that while the jacket can protect the cable from weathering and other elements, it may weaken over time. The military equivalent of RG130 coax cable is M17/56-RG130 coax cable. Within the jacket are two stranded bare copper conductors that are rated for up to 3,000 volts. These conductors are shielded in order to further strengthen the cable against physical damage.
RG130$0.00 / 100 FT
- Approx LBS/MFT: 220.00
- Cond. Material: Bare Copper
- Conductor Stranding: 7/.0285
RG130 Coax Cable Approvals:
- Military Specification: MIL-C-17
- Mil Spec Equivalent: M17/56-RG130
RG130 Coax Cable Applications:
- RG130 Coax can be used in direct burial applications.
RG130 Coax Cable Construction:
- Conductor: 2 Bare Copper Conductors
- Dielectric: Solid Low-Density Polyethylene
- Shielding: Tinned Copper Shield
- Jacket: PVC (contaminating) Type I per MIL-C-17
- Jacket Color: Black
RG130 Coax Cable Ratings:
- Temperature Range: -40°C to +80°C
- Max Operating Voltage (vms): 3,000