Price (Per FT.)
Minimum 100 Feet
Manhattan™ Coaxial Cable
Coaxial and Twinax Cable
For a complete range of 50, 75, 93, and 100 ohm coaxial and twinaxial, we offer a wide range of insulations and jackets meeting the requirements of military specifications and regulatory agencies such as UL and CSA. For broadcast-quality video transmission, our precision video cables use FEP dielectrics to achieve low capacitance, high velocities of propagation, and tight tolerances for maximum signal integrity.
A. 100 ft (30.5 m)
B. 500 ft (152 m)
C. 500 ft (152 m) boxed
D. 1000 ft (305 m)
E. 1000 ft (305 m) boxed
F. 2000 ft (610 m)
G. Bulk, cut to length
(Minimums may apply)
Alpha Wire Coaxial Braid 1 Coax 1100V Manhattan Electrical Coaxial Cable
Alpha wire coaxial 1100V cable is used for heavy duty applications’ considering its voltage rating is at 1100 volts. It can also operate in various environments with its maximum operating temperature is 2000C. Its conductor size is 26 AWG; however it can be available in other various sizes. In addition to conductor size, the cable is also available in various lengths mainly ranging from 100ft up to 2000ft.
The conductor is made of silver or copper plated steel wire. Both silver and copper have amazing electrical and thermal properties. They can easily transmit large volumes of current and at a faster rate. The conductors are stranded to enhance its flexibility and carry more current without overheating. Furthermore they are resistant to moisture.
Covering the conductor is a plastic material, which is the insulation. It is made of PTFE or polyethylene. These materials are highly resistant to flames and moisture.
The insulation is reinforced with a braided copper shield. It offers protection against mechanical damage and electromagnetic interference.
The whole construction is covered with a black PVC jacket. The jacket ensures protection from abrasion, corrosion, oils, acids, alkalis, sunlight, chemicals and industrial solvents.
• UL Listed
• CSA Approved
• Broadcasting cable
• High quality video transmissions