What is RG141 Coax Cable?
RG141 coax cable is used to transmit various types of data including radio and video signals. It is rated for up to 1,900 volts due to its silver-covered copper-clad steel conductor. RG141 coax cable also features a silver-covered copper shielding that allows the conductor to keep a consistent electrical current without fear of interference. The cable’s impregnated Type V fiberglass jacket protects the cable from various threats including temperatures ranging from -55°C to 250°C, weathering, and abrasion. Therefore, RG141 is ideal for applications that involve direct burial and other outdoor elements.
RG 141 U$0.00 /
- Approx LBS/MFT: 0.00
- Cond. Material: Silver-Coated Copper Clad Steel
- Dielectric (in): 0.116
RG141 Coax Cable Specifications
RG141 Coax Cable Approvals:
- Military Specification: MIL-C-17
- Mil-Spec Equivalent: M17/111-RG303
RG141 Coax Cable Applications:
- RG141 Coax Cables can be used in direct burial applications.
RG141 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
RG141 Coax Cable Ratings:
- Temperature Range: -55°C to +250°C
- Max Operating Voltage (vms): 1,900