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Low Loss TV Coax Cable White (priced per metre)


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About this product


  • Priced per metre
  • A low-loss coaxial cable for use as aerial downleads

Product overview

A low-loss coaxial cable intended for use as aerial downleads for UHF television sets. Solid core, 1/1.0mm copper conductor with cellular polythene insulation, braided screen and sheathed overall in white PVC.

This product is sold in units of 1 metre, up to a maximum length in 1 piece of 100 metres. Orders placed for a quantity of 100 units, or multiples of 100 units will be supplied on a reel; otherwise the cable will be supplied cut to length.


Overall dia: 6.6mm
Nom. conductor area: 0.786mm2
Capacitance (core to screen): 56pF/m
Nominal impedance: 75Ω
Attenuation per 10m: 0.75dB at 100MHz
2.6dB at 900MHz

I have some of this cable lying around and I would like to use it to make a coaxial collinear antenna for ADS-B reception. Can you tell me what the velocity factor is for this cable?

Asked by: beanfeast
This is 0.66
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2017-11-15

Does this cable feature 5-celled polyethylene insulator ?
Asked by: Marinos Atsalis
No sorry this product does not support that.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

does the cable come with the plugs fitted on each end for the wall/tv conection bits?
Asked by: anna
This is not included
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

is this wire suitable for tv wall ariel. to back of tv. thanks..
Asked by: chrissy.
Yes the product does support that.
Answered by: LC
Date published: 2015-07-17

can i use cable xr87 to connect an extra tv from sky hd box to another tv
Asked by: mervyn adams
Yes the product does support that.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

I am confused by this statement, " A low-loss coaxial cable intended for use as aerial downleads for UHF television sets ", is it or is it not suitable to connect this cable to an outside aerial which most are ?.
Asked by: Alan Hillier
Unfortunatlely none of our coax leads are treated against the elements so as such I would not advise it.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

Is this cable compatible with Digital Terrestrial TV (ie: Freeview)?
Asked by: Brendan Riley
Yes but order code XS16S would be better as it is dual-shielded
Answered by: SG
Date published: 2016-01-15

What type of F type plugs fit this type of coax best?
Asked by: Stuart Dunsmuir
Either order codes FE90X or FU04E (crimp and screw connectors respectively)
Answered by: GM
Date published: 2015-07-17
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