Co-axial cable - RG174A/U (with or without BNC plug fitted)

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Co-axial cable - RG174A/U (with option of BNC plug(s))

Miniature 50 Ohm coaxial cable. 10m (approx 33ft), 15m (approx 48ft) and 20m (approx 66ft)

Recommended maximum power: 125 Watts.

BNC plug can be professionally fitted on one or both ends (great for antenna experimenters). Plug protected with epoxy filled heat-shrink sleeving for improved water resistance.

A top quality MIL-spec cable with a stranded inner.

Perfect for feeding lightweight HF antennas!

Loss per 10ft (3.3m)

  • 1MHz   0.19dB
  • 10MHz 0.33dB
  • 50MHz 0.66dB

 

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  • 5
    RG174A/U preterminated coax

    Posted by David on 12th Jul 2019

    This is an excellent product that works well. I bought the 10 m version with a BNC plug at each end, it's really convenient and even works well on six metres.

  • 5
    Good quality coax

    Posted by Adrian Bayling on 20th Jun 2019

    Good braid density, nice flexible stranded inner conductor. I bought enough to feed a new linked dipole, and also to replace the RG58A/U on another. Happy customer.

  • 5
    CO-AXIAL CABLE - RG174A/U

    Posted by Tim Scrimshaw on 23rd May 2019

    Very handy to have this professionally-assembled cable to hand in my portable kit. Thanks!

  • 5
    prima

    Posted by Donald ON7QR on 12th May 2019

    prima

  • 5
    Good flexible cable

    Posted by Carlo on 7th Apr 2019

    A good cable for my QRP activity, easy to bend and pass through obstacles, light weight, good for portable activity.

  • 5
    RG174A

    Posted by William on 24th Mar 2019

    Great light weight feeder for portable use and for home brew dipole ants.

  • 5
    Good light cable

    Posted by Carlo Morandi on 8th Mar 2019

    I like this cable, very good for QRP, flexible, light and easy to bend. Thin, it passes easily through tight passes. Not heavy losses in signal.

  • 5
    Good light cable

    Posted by Carlo Morandi on 7th Mar 2019

    Light weight, flexible, not a big loss. Useful in portable operations, I like it because it is easy to fit everywhere with a great bending radius and a very low weight

  • 5
    RG174 coaxial cable

    Posted by Alan Webb on 27th Jan 2019

    Purchased this coax cable because it’s lightweight of good quality and is good for around 100w. 10m length is ideal to put in your backpack it doesn’t take much room up on a winder (also purchased from Sotabeams) so keeps your back pack tidy and light . Ideal for Sota/portable operations. Highly Recommended.