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ConductRF manufactures a broad range of cables using various LMR cable styles from Times microwave. This datasheet shows the options and part number construction for our series using LMR Ultra-Flex Cable. LMR-UF is a versatile cable that has low loss, good flexibility, and great RF performance.

ConductRF has made several standards available via DigiKey in this series for customer convenience, Our standards include N-type connectors where male options off as standard a hex/knurl coupling nut to aid in torqued or finger tightening. SMA's are also available as standards and configuration include straight and right angle male as well as bulkhead options. DigiKey standard include cable sizes 240 and 400.

LMR is the registered trademark of Times Microwave. ConductRF exclusively uses Time Microwave LMR cables unless otherwise requested.

  • Times Microwave LMR-UF Cable
  • Ultra-Flex Cable Version
  • Options in LMR-UF 240 and 400
  • Great Flex in Conductor and Jacket
  • Low Loss and Low VSWR
  • Shielding >90 dB
  • 100% Factory VSWR & IL Tested
  • Standard Configurations & Lengths
  • RoHS & Reach Compliant
  • Ideal for many standard applications
  • Made in the USA

LMR Ultra-Flex RF Cables Now Available at DigiKey! - RF Cafe

Now Available at DigiKey! LMR Ultra-Flex RF Cables

ConductRF Ultra-Flex RF Cables from Digi-Key - RF Cafe

ConductRF Built in the USA - RF CafeBuilt in the USA

D38999 cables are one of our flag ship product capabilities and we are proud to build these here at home in the United Stated of America!

 

Contact Info

ConductRF-EAM
126 Merrimack Street
Methuen MA, 01844 - U.S.
Telephone: +1 978 374 6840

Web: www.conductrf.com

 

 

Posted October 12, 2022

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