The relatively low attenuation of Aircell 5 is achieved by a low-loss PE-LLC dielectric with a gas content of over 70%. The material is also resistant to moisture. The solid core conductor of Aircell 5 is drawn from low-oxygen copper (OFC). In order to achieve good shielding and low losses, the Aircell 5 outer conductor is made of two layers of copper: on a thin, overlapping copper foil, a shielding layer with a degree of coverage of 70% is applied. The film is PE-coated on the inside and thus protected against cracking if the bending radius is too small. The black PVC outer jacket of Aircell 5 is UV-stabilized.
Due to its outer diameter of 5 mm, Aircell 5 can be used with almost all commercially available coaxial connectors for 5 mm coaxial cables. Aircell 5 is a modern coax cable for many applications in telecommunications: it is relatively flexible, low-attenuation and anti-radiation.
|Diameter||5.0 ± 0.2 mm|
|Impedance||50 ± 2 Ω|
|Attenuation at 1 GHz / 100 m||29.54 dB|
|f max||10 GHz|
Insulating material according to DIN EN 50290-2-23 (VDE 0819), Tab. 2 / A (HD 624.3)
Sheath material according to DIN EN 50290-2-22 (VDE 0819), compound type TM 52 (HD 624.2)
Flame retardant according to IEC 60332-1-2
Flame retardant according to UN/ECE-R 118:2019-06 § 6.2.6, ISO 6722-1:2011-10 § 5.22
RoHS compliant (Directive 2011/65/EC & 2015/863/EU RoHS 3)