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LCFS114-50JFNA
1-1/4" CELLFLEX® Premium Attenuation Low-Loss Foam-Dielectric Coaxial Cable

CELLFLEX®1-1/4" premium attenuation low loss flexible cable

FEATURES / BENEFITS

  • Ultra Low Attenuation
    The further reduced attenuation of CELLFLEX® premium attenuation coaxial cable results in extremly efficient signal transfer in your RF system, especially at high frequencies.
  • Complete Shielding
    The solid outer conductor of CELLFLEX® coaxial cable creates a continuous RFI/EMI shield that minimizes system interference.
  • Low VSWR
    Special low VSWR versions of CELLFLEX® coaxial cables contribute to low system noise.
  • Outstanding Intermodulation Performance
    CELLFLEX® coaxial cable�s solid inner and outer conductors virtually eliminate intermods. Intermodulation performance is also confirmed with state-of-the-art equipment at the RFS factory.
  • High Power Rating
    Due to their low attenuation, outstanding heat transfer properties and temperature stabilized dielectric materials, CELLFLEX® cable provides safe long term operating life at high transmit power levels.
  • Wide Range of Application
    Typical areas of application are: feedlines for broadcast and terrestrial microwave antennas, wireless cellular, PCS and ESMR base stations, cabling of antenna arrays, and radio equipment interconnects.
  • Meets or Exceeds: IEC 60754-1, -2; IEC 60332-1-1, -2;IEC 61034-1, -2; IEC 60332-3-24 (formerly IEC 60332-3-C)


1-1/4" CELLFLEX® Low-Loss Foam Dielectric Coaxial Cable

Technical features

Applications

ApplicationsIndoorWireless CommunicationTV & RadioHF DefenseMobile RadioCable Solutions

Structure

Cable TypeFoam-Dielectric, Corrugated
Size1-1/4
Jacket OptionBlack
Inner Conductormm (in)13.1 (0.52)
Dielectricmm (in)32.7 (1.29)
Outer Conductormm (in)35.9 (1.41)
Jacketmm (in)39 (1.54)

Testing and Environmental

Flame Retardant, LS0H
Meets/Exceeds: IEC 60754-1, -2; IEC 60332-1-1, -2;
IEC 61034-1, -2; IEC 60332-3-24 (formerly IEC 60332-3-C);
UL 1581; UL 1666; NEC type CATVR;
CPR: https://products.rfsworld.com/userfiles/cpr/rfs-products-cpr-compliance.pdf
-25 to 60 (-13 to 140) -70 to 85 (-94 to 185) -50 to 85 (-58 to 185)

Electrical Specifications

Impedance, OhmΩ50 +/- 1
Maximum Frequency GHz3.7
Velocity, percent%89
Capacitance pF/m (pF/ft)75 (22.9)
Inductance, uH/m (uH/ft)µH/m (µH/ft)0.188 (0.057)
Peak Power Rating kW176
RF Peak Voltage Volts4200
Jacket Spark Volt RMS10000
Inner Conductor dc Resistance, Ω/km (Ω/kft)Ω/1000 m (Ω/1000 ft)0.83 (0.25)
Outer Conductor dc Resistance, ohm/1000 m (Ohm/1000 ft)Ω/1000 m (Ω/1000 ft)0.73 (0.22)
Return Loss (VSWR) PerformanceStandard for 40-2700, 3300-3700 MHz, Premium according to B-Class
Min. Return Loss (Max. VSWR)dB (VSWR)Standard 20 (1.222), Premium 24 (1.135)/ 23 (1.152)
Phase Stabilized

Phase stabilized and phase matched cables and assemblies are available upon request.

Temperature & PowerStandard

Mechanical Specifications

Cable Weight, Nominal kg/m (lb/ft)0.97 (0.65)
Minimum Bending Radius, Single Bendmm (in)200 (8)
Minimum Bending Radius, Repeated Bendsmm (in)380 (15)
Bending Moment, Nm (lb-ft)Nm (lb*ft)43 (32)
Tensile Strength N (lb)2490 (560)
Recommended / Maximum Clamp Spacing m (ft)1 / 1.2 (3.25 / 4)

Attenuation and Power Rating

Frequency, MHzdB per 100mdB per 100ftPower, kW
0.5 0.06 0.02 176
1 0.08 0.02 139
1.5 0.10 0.03 113
2 0.11 0.03 98.20
10 0.25 0.08 43.60
20 0.36 0.11 30.70
30 0.44 0.13 25
50 0.57 0.17 19.20
88 0.77 0.23 14.40
100 0.82 0.25 13.50
108 0.85 0.26 12.90
150 1.01 0.31 10.90
174 1.09 0.33 10.10
200 1.17 0.36 9.40
300 1.45 0.44 7.58
400 1.69 0.52 6.50
450 1.81 0.55 6.07
500 1.91 0.58 5.76
512 1.94 0.59 5.67
600 2.11 0.64 5.21
700 2.29 0.70 4.80
750 2.38 0.73 4.62
800 2.47 0.75 4.45
824 2.51 0.76 4.38
894 2.62 0.80 4.20
900 2.63 0.80 4.18
925 2.67 0.82 4.12
960 2.73 0.83 4.03
1000 2.79 0.85 3.94
1250 3.16 0.96 3.48
1400 3.37 1.03 3.26
1500 3.50 1.07 3.14
1900 4 1.22 2.75
2000 4.12 1.26 2.67
2100 4.24 1.29 2.59
2200 4.35 1.33 2.53
2500 4.69 1.43 2.34
2600 4.80 1.46 2.29
2700 4.90 1.49 2.24
3000 5.21 1.59 2.11
3300 5.51 1.68 2
3600 5.80 1.77 1.90
3700 5.90 1.80 1.86

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