FME Extension Cable: 10FT, 15FT, 25FT, 30FT, 35FT FME-Male to Female
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FME Extension Cable
EXTENSION CABLE: FME Female To FME Male
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- Data Alliance's high-quality soldered terminations of FME connectors with soldering provide a low-loss connection with discontinuities kept to a minimum.
FME cables are typically used for cellular-phone and data-card amplifiers & antennas.
- Connectors are precision machined in ISO 9001 facilities, and nickel-plated for low loss.
- Lead-free and ROHS compliant: The entire product is ROHS compliant (connectors and cable).
- Impedance: 50 Ohms.
We offer two coax types that are both double-shielded for low signal-loss, very flexible/easily bendable, outdoor rated, while also suitable for indoor use. Both coax types have a black PVC jacket:
- LMR100: The 3-ft (1-meter) version is LMR100, which has less attenuation (signal loss) than RG174. The double-shielding is a major factor in the higher quality of this cable, translates into lower loss/better performance. Cable is equivalent to LMR-100 in thickness. This cable is rated for outdoor use and is also suitable for indoor use.
- LMR200: Double the thickness of LMR100, for much less attenuation (signal loss) than LMR100 or RG58. The higher quality of the cable translates into lower loss/better performance. The cable lengths 10FT or more are LMR200.
The temperature range for operational use of these cable assemblies are as follows:
- Cables with 100-series coax: -22 F ~ +185 F (-30 C ~ +85 C)
- Cables with 200-series coax: -31 F ~ +203 F (-35 C ~ +95 C)
For Mobile Equipment is a miniature 50 Ohm RF connector with excellent performance from DC to 2.0 GHz. FME is primarily used with RG-58 or equivalent coaxial cables employed in mobile applications and installations. FME female's narrow, cone-like shape allows FME cables to be snaked through the often tight access holes or spaces of a vehicle to the desired equipment location(s) where an FME male adapter to the required equipment connector series is fitted to the female cable connector.