Times Microwave 1/2" LMR 600 Series Coaxial Cable

Times Microwave 1/2" LMR 600 Series Coaxial Cable

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$45.00

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Low loss RF cable designed for 20-year outdoor service. Beneficial for long cable runs exceeding 100 ft requiring minimal signal loss.

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Product description

Extend your maximum antenna length to 400FT with 600 Series Cable. LMR600 has approximately half the loss as a standard 400 Series Coaxial cable and one quarter of the loss of any RG6 cable.  100FT of LMR600 is equivalent to 50FT CM400/Wilson400 cable or 25FT of RG6. The cable is 50 ohm and Ideal for long runs or low signal environments. Equipped with N Male connectors.

Most commonly used in large building environments and allows indoor antenna lengths as long as 400FT.

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The LMR600 cable comes in several styles including water-tight, fire-retardant, plenum, and ultra-flex. This is the page for standard LMR600, those looking to fulfill special building codes may refer to the other styles of LMR600. Remember: Coaxial cable attenuates the cellular signal. In order to improve performance use the smallest cable length possible. All cables are N-Male to N-Male.

  • 5' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable
  • 10' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable
  • 20' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable
  • 30' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable
  • 50' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable
  • 75' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable
  • 100' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable
  • 500' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable
  • 1000' LMR600 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable

For those interested in water-tight, fire-retardant or ultra-flex LMR600, please contact us.

*Custom-cut cable orders are final and non-refundable*

Specifications

SKU LMR600-05
LMR600-10
LMR600-25
LMR600-50
LMR600-75
LMR600-100
LMR600-500
LMR600-1000
LMR600
LMR-600FR
LMR-600DB
Weight 0.131 lbs/ft
Impedance 50 ohm
Connector type N Male
Color Black

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