What is a Coaxial Cable?
In this article, we provide information on what is a coaxial cable and what a coaxial cable is used for.
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What Are Coaxial Cables?
Coaxial cables are a cable with an inner conductor surrounded by an insulating layer, surrounded by a conductive shielding. They allow distortion-free and low attenuation transmission of signals with a high bandwidth.
They are UV & oil resistant, silicon & lead-free and comply with many different compliance standards and certifications.
What Is Coaxial Cable Used For?
Coax cables are suitable for use in extremely heavy-duty applications. Below is a list of applications that a coax cable is used for:
- Dry or damp Indoor and outdoor applications (UV resistant)
- Unsupported and gliding travel distances up to 400m and more
- Storage and retrieval units for high-bay warehouses
- Machining units/machine tools
- Quick handling
- Semiconductor insertion
- Indoor cranes
- Low-temperature applications
- Applications with limited movements and fixed installation
- Radio and computer systems
- Commercial radio-frequency technology and electronics
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