What is RG140 Coax Cable?
RG140 coax cable is designed to comply with the military’s MIL-C-17 specifications for coax cable, and is equivalent to M17/110-RG302 coax cable. This type of cable is typically used to transmit data such as radio or video signals. It features a silver covered copper clad steel conductor that provides excellent conductivity for up to 2,300 volts. RG140 coax cable also contains silver covered copper shielding that protects the signal from electrical interference. The cable’s impregnated Type V fiberglass jacket allows it to handle temperatures ranging from -55°C to +250°C, weather, and various other elements. RG140 coax cable is able to provide a consistent electric current in conditions that include high heat and direct burial.
RG140$0.00 / 100 FT
- Approx LBS/MFT: 0.00
- Cond. Material: Silver-Coated Copper Clad Steel
- Conductor Stranding: solid
RG140 Coax Cable
RG140 Coax Cable Approvals:
- Military Specification: MIL-C-17
- Mil Spec Equivalent: M17/110-RG302
RG140 Coax Cable Applications:
- RG140 Coax Cables can be used in direct burial applications.
RG140 Coax Cable Construction:
- Conductor: Silver Covered Copper Clad Steel
- Dielectric: Solid Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
- Shielding: Silver Covered Copper Shield
- Jacket: Fiberglass; Impregnated Type V per MIL-C-17
RG140 Coax Cable Ratings:
- Temperature Range: -55°C to +250°C
- Max Operating Voltage (vms): 2,300