Webro RG6 CCS Coax Cable Black (priced per metre)

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• CAI Approved
• Foam Dielectric
• Compatible with CT100 cable and connectors
• Impedance 75 ohms

RG6 CCS Coax cable is suitable for many applications, including low power video, video signal and broadband signals. It is also be used in high-frequency transmission, especially for transmitters and receivers, computers, radio and TV transmitters.

RG6 coax cable consists of a 1.00mm solid copper clad steel conductor, foam polyethylene dielectric, aluminium foil tape, an aluminium wire braid and sheathed overall in PVC.

Webro’s range of commercial grade TV & Satellite coaxial cables are suitable for use on multiple applications, providing a cost effective counterpart to the high performance WF range.

Purchasing information

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 thecable will be supplied cut to length.

I have been told RG6 cable by virginmedia for running from wall connection to the split connection that connects both router and tivo box to wall is this product what I am needing?

Asked by: Cundy15
It is important to note that as a retail only company we are unable to assist with any design projects or queries, or advise on specific products that may be required for your purpose.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-07-17

can this be used for radio scanner

Asked by: talog351
These types of coax cables are commonly available and primarily used for cable TV installations. But they are matched for 75 Ohm television systems and will have an extra loss factor when used on 50 Ohm radio communication systems. You can use RG-6 with your radio, but because of the mismatch, 50% of your signal will be instantly eaten up by the cable. That’s like turning a 50 watt radio into a 25 watt radio without even factoring the feedline loss yet
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-07-17
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