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RG6 Outdoor Direct Burial Gel Coax Cable 3GHz Underground 18AWG 1000ft

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Original price $94.88 - Original price $94.88
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$94.88 - $94.88
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RG6 Outdoor Direct Burial Gel Coax Cable 3GHz Underground 18 AWG Coaxial 1000ft

MPN: COX3120
Condition: New

The LOGICO RG6U Duel Shield Direct Burial Gel Filled Cable, has a true 18AWG (1.02mm) copper clad steel conductor. This RG6 cable consist two shields a bonded aluminum foil and aluminum braid with a true coverage of 60%. The jacket is LDPE and has foot markings for easy length cuts. Swept tested to 3 GHz, to handle the demands of todays and tomorrows HD signals.

RG6U Dual Shield Direct Burial Gel Filled 3.0 GHz Coaxial Cable
Applications - Digital HDTV CATV and Digital Satellite (SMATV)
Fully Sweep-Tested to 3000MHz
Conductor - True 18 AWG (1.02mm) Solid Copper-Clad Steel
1st Shield - Bonded Aluminum Foil
2nd Shield- True 60% Aluminum Braid Shield 5mm x 16mm x 0.16mm
Dielectric - Gas Injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation
Jacket -LDPE
Sequential Length Markings on Jacket
1000ft RIB (Wooden Reel)
Black Color

One 1000ft Outdoor Coax Cable

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