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Flexible Coaxial Cable withstands repeated bends.

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May 6, 2014 - Identical to LMR-600-UF UltraFlex, 50 Ω Model CA600FLEX utilizes multiple solid copper strands for center conductor which withstands repeated bends. Cable has black thermoplastic elastomer jacket and is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Product is available in bulk 500 ft reels, by foot, or via antenna cables with numerous lengths and connector options.

AIR802

2570 Beverly Drive, Aurora, IL, 60502, USA

Original Press Release

AIR802 Announces CA600FLEX, a Coaxial Cable Identical to LMR-600-UF UltraFlex in Bulk Reels and Antenna Cable Assemblies-Jumpers

Press release date: May 5, 2014

Aurora, IL -- AIR802 Corporation announces a new coaxial cable, CA600FLEX, identical to LMR-600-UF UltraFlex in both bulk reels and antenna cable assemblies or jumpers.

CA600FLEX is a 50 ohm coaxial cable with a high degree of flexibility making it quite desirable for applications with repeated bending requirements. In certain applications such as tower installations wind can provide repeated movement as well as can a rotor turning on a ham radio tower. Cable with a solid conductor is prone to breaking after numerous repeated bends. CA600FLEX has multiple solid copper strands for the center conductor which withstands these repeated bends. It is also highly desirable for installations with multiple bends. The jacket is constructed with a black thermoplastic elastomer (TPE). It is suitable for indoor or outdoor use.

This new cable is available in bulk 500 feet reels, by the foot, or via ready to ship antenna cables with numerous lengths and connector options.

AIR802 is a global manufacturer focused on high quality engineering and product productions, same day shipping, strong ethics and excellent customer service.

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