|I Deal In||New Only|
|Range||RG - 6, RG - 11, RG - 59 (Unarmoured)|
The Armoured Coaxial Cables are preferred for areas where protection is required against mechanical damages. These are preferred for underground installations. The armor is a layer of overlapping metal, mostly steel tapes or wires that form the outermost metallic layer of a cable in order to protect the cables’ waterproof sheet.
|Number Of Core||4|
|Is It Armoured||Non Armoured|
|Available range||RG - 6, RG - 11, RG - 59 (Unarmoured)|
The Unarmoured Coaxial Cables are demanded cable TV industry, computer networking, conduit pathways and in public places. This cable is constructed from solid annealed bare copper conductor polyethylene insulated shielded with polyester backed aluminum tape. It has additional shielding with fine aluminum braid protected with polyester tape wrapping and sheathed with PVC. The wire is mainly installed underground and does not require protection against mechanical damages. The electromagnetic field is locking up inside the cross-section of a cable. These can be easily installed in small spaces and buried underground.
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