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RP SMA Male to RP SMA Male Low Loss 400 UltraFlex Coaxial Assembly

SKU
28-438-xxx
50 Ohm Wi-Fi Cable | Stranded Bare Copper | Thermoplastic Elastometer Jacket | LMR-400 Equivalent

Low Loss 400 UltraFlex - 3FT Reverse Polarity SMA Male to Reverse Polarity SMA Male

Designed to deliver high performance with minimal loss, Low Loss 400 (LMR-400 equivalent) assemblies are the standard for the wireless LAN industry.  With a durable Polyethylene jacket, these cables are suited for indoor and outdoor installations.

Features:

  • Connector 1: Reverse Polarity SMA Male
  • Connector 2: Reverse Polarity SMA Male
  • Cable Type: ShowMeCable Low Loss 400 (LMR-400 Equivalent)
  • 50 Ohm
  • Polyethylene (PE) Jacket suitable for Indoor or Outdoor Use
  • Applications: Wi-Fi, Antenna Cables, Ham Radio, Patch Cables, Jumper Cables, WLL, GPS, WLAN, LMR, WISP, WiMax, SCADA, Mobile Antennas
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Q: What is a Reverse Polarity Connector?


A: A Reverse Polarity Connector alters a standard connector by utilizing a male pin center conductor in a female housing or a female pin in a male housing. This prevents mating with a standard non-polarized connector.


Q: What is the difference between Low Loss 400 and LMR 400?


A: The only difference between Low Loss 400 and LMR400 is the manufacturer.  Both cables are made out of the same materials and have the same loss characteristics.


Q: What is the difference between Low Loss 400 and Low Loss 400 UltraFlex?


A: Low Loss 400 and Low Loss 400 UltraFlex have two main differences.  The first difference is the jacket.  Low Loss 400 uses a Polyethylene (PE) jacket. Low Loss 400 UltraFlex uses a more flexible Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE). Both cables are rated for indoor and outdoor applications. The second difference is the center conductor.  Low Loss 400 uses a solid bare copper covered aluminum (BCCAI) center conductor. The Low Loss 400 UltraFlex uses a more flexible stranded bare cooper (BC) center conductor. Both cables have similar loss characteristics.