What is RG35 Coax Cable?
RG35 coax cable is typically used to handle high-frequency transmissions of radio frequencies and video signals in communications, broadcast, computer, and television cable applications. RG35 coax cable is able to carry an excellent current due to its solid bare copper conductor, which is shielded in order to minimize electrical interference. The cable also features a gray Type II PVC jacket that protects the conductor from attenuation, further adding to the cable’s superior electrical qualities. This jacket is also resistant to abrasion and moisture making it ideal for direct burial usage. RG35 coax cable is rated for a maximum of 10,000 volts and temperatures ranging from -40°C to +80°C. This cable is also military-approved by MIL-C-17 specifications and is equivalent to M17/64-RG35 coax cable.
RG35$0.00 / 100 FT
- Approx LBS/MFT: 454.00
- Armor Material: Aluminum Braid
- Cond. Material: Bare Copper
RG35 Coax Cable Approvals:
- Military Specification: MIL-C-17
- Mil-Spec Equivalent: M17/64-RG35
RG35 Coax Cable Applications:
- RG35 Coax Cable can be used in direct burial applications.
RG35 Coax Cable Construction:
- Conductor: Bare 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
RG35 Coax Cable Ratings:
- Temperature Range: -40°C to +80°C
- Max Operating Voltage (vms): 10,000