What is RG133 Coax Cable?

RG133 coax cable is used to transmit data such as radio or video signals. It contains a bare copper conductor that can handle up to 4,000 volts. This conductor is protected by a bare copper shield, making the cable durable enough to be used in direct burial applications. RG133 coax cable also can handle temperatures ranging from -40°C to 80°C because it features a Type I PVC jacket as per the military’s MIL-C-17 specifications for coax cable. This jacket protects the cable from weathering and other physical damage but is also contaminating so it may be at risk of attenuation over time. Its military equivalent is M17/100-RG133 coax cable.

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  • RG133
    $0.00 / 100 FT
    • Approx LBS/MFT: 0.00
    • Cond. Material: Bare Copper
    • Dielectric (in): 0.285
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RG133 Coax Cable Approvals:

  • Military Specification: MIL-C-17
  • Mil Spec Equivalent: M17/100-RG133

RG133 Coax Cable Applications

  • Approved for direct burial applications

RG133 Coax Cable Construction:

  • Conductor: Bare Copper
  • Dielectric: Solid Low Density Polyethylene
  • Shielding: Bare Copper Shield
  • Jacket: PVC (Contaminating)Type I per MIL-C-17

RG133 Coax Cable Ratings:

  • Temperature Range: -40°C to +80°C
  • Max Operating Voltage (vms): 4,000