Low Loss 1/2'' Feeder Cable Corrugated 1 2 Coax Hard Line Cable for RF Transmission

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The 1 2 feeder cable or 1 2 coaxial cable, which is named half inch coaxial cable, refers to a specific size of coaxial cable that is made of the following parts:

 

  1. 16mm PE Shield (or PE jacket)
  2. Corrugated copper tube
  3. 12mm foam dielectric
  4. Copper conductor (hollow or solid)

 

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1 2 feeder cable has many synonyms such as:

 

  • 1 2 coax feed tube
  • 1 2 coaxial cable
  • 1 2 hardline coax
  • 1 2 superflex coax
  • 1/2 super flexible coaxial cable
  • etc.

 

Well, so many customers come for FMUSER and ask questions like:

 

  • What is a Coaxial Feeder Cable?
  • How does a Feeder Cable work?
  • Where to buy the best Coax Feeder?
  • etc.

Keep reading and explore for answers!

 

What is 1 2 Feeder Cable (1/2'')?

 

To start with, let's be clear about what is a feeder cable. 

 

Specifically, a feeder cable is a type of RF coaxial cable that is used to transfer radio frequency energy from one point to another.

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In the field of RF transmission, a feeder cable is used as a transmission feed line for radio frequency signals that connect radio transmitters and receivers with their antennas. A feeder cable also provides protection for the signal.

 

And the 1/2 super flexible coaxial cable, which is named half inch coaxial cable, refers to a specific size of coaxial cable that is made of the following parts:

 

  • 16mm PE Shield (or PE jacket)
  • Corrugated copper tube
  • 12mm foam dielectric
  • Copper conductor (hollow or solid)

 

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1 2 Feeder Cable Alternatives

 

Click the links below to explore more about the 1/2'' feeder cable alternatives!

 

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7/8'' Coax 1-5/8'' Coax
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Inside the 1 2 Feeder Cable (1/2'')

 

Inside the cable coaxial 1 2 Superflex feeder cable, there is an inner copper-made conductor which is surrounded by a tubular insulating layer (mostly called a foam-made dielectric), which is then surrounded by a tubular conducting shield with an insulating outer sheath or jacket.

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Coaxial cable 1 2 is closely related to some keywords such as low loss, foamed insulated, 50ohm, corrugated, copper, etc, and its main task is to efficiently transmit signal energy.

 

The connectors and attachment are as followed:

 

N Male Clamp Type Crimp Type
4.3-10 Male Clamp Type Crimp Type
TNC Male Clamp Type Crimp Type
DIN Male Clamp Type Crimp Type

 

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As for the specifications, because of various applications, thus there are different specifications of coax feeder cable, for feeder cables, diameters are used as the unit, for example, the most-heard ones are 1 2 coax, 7/8'' feeder cable, 1-5/8'' coax cable, 8D feeders, and 10D feeders. etc. 

 

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Generally, the larger the diameter of the feeder the smaller the signal attenuation, and 1 2 feeder cable is probably the smallest size above all the others in terms of feeder cable.

 

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What is the Packaging of a 1 2 Feeder Cable?

 

First of all, a feeder cable never comes out of thin air. It must go through the following production processes, including production, testing, packaging, and delivery. Details are as followed:

 

Production

 

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  • Material testing
  • Insulation extrusion
  • Braid wire sort
  • Braiding extrusion
  • PE jacket

 

Testing

 

Then, our R & D team will carefully test each feeder cable to make sure that they can remain high quality.

 

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Packaging

 

These feeder cables will be tied to the requirements of different customers, for example:

 

  • Roll
  • Wooden Drum
  • Paper/Plastic Drum
  • Mobil drum
  • Capon

 

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Delivery

 

Finally, the packaged feed line will reach your delivery address through various transportation methods, such as:

 

  • By sea
  • By Air
  • By Express
  • DHL
  • ups
  • FedEx
  • EMS
  • TNT
  • etc.

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What are the applications of 1 2 feeder cable?

 

Applications are as followed:

 

  • In-building distribution system
  • Wireless communication system. 
  • Radar systems
  • Broadcasting equipment
  • CCTV-closed-circuit television
  • CATV-community antenna television
  • DBS-direct broadcasting satellite
  • DAS & Small Cell.
  • Telecommunications.
  • Tactical and portable communication systems
  • Mobile wireless communication base station
  • Aerospace Industries.
  • Motor room
  • Military use
  • etc.

 

How to Choose the best 1 2 Feeder Cable?

 

Let's take the FMUSER 1 2 feeder cable as an example, if you're ready the buying, here is the checklist you will need to take into consideration: 

 

Is it Oxygen-free Copper? Well, oxygen-free copper material ensures antioxidant and anti-interference performance, thereby extending the operation life.

 

Is it Low loss performance? The high-quality oxygen-free copper material makes the higher electric conductivity, lower insertion loss, and excellent power efficiency.

 

Is it Quality Guaranteed? Always bear in mind that never go for a dishonest supplier.

 

Bonus list: 

 

  • Is it resistant to hostile environments?
  • Is it Flexible and Strength?
  • Is it with Low loss and attenuation?
  • Is it with Low Passive intermodulation?
  • Is it Easy Connectorization?
  • Is it Long durability?
  • etc.

 

FMUSER: A Reliable 1 2 Feeder Cable Supplier

 

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FMUSER is the expert manufacturer and supplier of RF components for nearly 10 years, we have succeeded in constructing complete feeder cable turnkey solutions and coax feeder product line for customers overseas, and with one-stop Service and low MOQ, you're able to enhance your business with our solutions, what's more, the quality of the ordered product is guaranteed with excellent PIM value, easy-handling, most importantly, most of them are of low-cost design.

 

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Mechanical Specifications
Categories Terms Specs
Inner Conductor Copper-clad aluminum wire Ø 4.8mm ± 0.05mm
Dielectric Physically Foamed (PE) Ø 12.2mm ± 0.30mm
Outer Conductor Ring corrugated copper tube Ø 13.7mm ± 0.30mm
Jacket
Black PE or Flame retardant black PE
Ø 15.5 mm± 0.30mm
UV Resistance GB/T 14049-093; EN 50289-4-17, Method A N/A
Cable Weight ≈ 200 kg/km N/A
Min. bending Radius (Single) 70 mm N/A
Min. bending Radius (Repeated) 125 mm N/A
Maximum tensile strength
≥1130N
N/A
Recommended maximum clamp spacing
1m N/A
Electrical Specifications
Terms Specs
Impedance 50±4 ohm
Relative Velocity Of Propagation 0.86
Nominal Capacitance
76 pF/m
Nominal Inductance
0.19 μH/m
Cut-off Frequency 8.8GHz
Peak Power Rating 40 kW
Insulation Resistance ≥ 5000 MΩ x km
DC Breakdown Voltage 4000V
Jacket Spark Test Voltage 8000 Vrms
Inner Conductor DC-resistance ≤ 1.55 Ω/km
Outer Conductor DC-resistance ≤ 2.7 Ω/km
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