The high quality 75 ohm coaxial cable is dedicated for individual and shared TV/SAT antenna systems. The cable is suitable for distributing terrestrial DVB-T, DAB, FM broadcasts and satellite DVB-S/S2 channels, also in multiswitch systems (SMATV).
Structure of the cable
- complies with A-class requirements
- 1.02 mm copper core
- low loss
- perfect impedance matching,
- high screening efficiency: A+ class in the vast majority of the transmission range
- min 77% braid coverage
DIPOLNET cables are compliant with Construction Products Regulation (CPR) and EN 50575 harmonized European standard that specifies reaction to fire performance requirements, test and assessment methods for electric cables used for the supply of electricity and for control and communication purposes, which are intended for use in construction works and subject to performance requirements on reaction to fire.
DIPOLNET Tri-Shield RG-6 Cu E1220
75 ohm coaxial cable has been examined by ISSeP
notified body (NB 2659
) and got Eca classification according to EN 13501-6 (reaction to fire).
The DIPOLNET Tri-Shield RG-6 Cu E1220 cable EN50117 fulfills the requirements
for class A (screening efficiency) of the EN50117 standard in the 5...3000 MHz band.
RoHS compliance declaration.
DIPOLNET Tri-Shield RG-6 Cu cable has a braid coverage of 77%, which is the basis for high screening efficiency.
The high-quality, triple-shielded coaxial cable of RG6 category has the inner conductor made of copper wire with a diameter of 1.02 mm, which ensures low loss and durability. The copper wire core does not corrode and the cable is not stiff.
Thanks to high quality and excellent parameters, the cable enjoys great popularity among many installers. An optimum flexibility of the jacket allows for easy installation of the cable in cable ducts and installation boxes.
The cable is manufactured under strict technological discipline, with tight tolerances.
In order to secure the minimum bend radius, flush mounted installations should be done with the use of protective tubes.
Signal distribution networks in SMATV systems use multiple coaxial cables arranged in parallel. The lengths of the cable bundles in buildings can reach even 100 meters. It is the reason why the coaxial cables should be characterized by at least the A class of screening efficiency. Effective shielding reduces the crosstalk among the cables, i.e. the unwanted signals coming from adjacent cables. The interference could lead to image distortions or even image "freezing", similarly to situations with weak or low quality signals. High quality TRISET
coaxial cables guarantee the required level of isolation between signal paths.
Shielding effectiveness of DIPOLNET Tri-Shield RG-6 Cu cable in 30-3000 MHz range
and the requirements for class A, A+ and A++.
Transfer impedance of DIPOLNET Tri-Shield RG-6 Cu cable in 5-30 MHz range. Cable fullfil requirements for class A+.
Insertion loss in the 5-3000 MHz range
Insertion loss in the 5-3000 MHz range and Smith chart showing the impedance of the cable. The measurements were taken at two ends of 100 m cable length. Deviations from the nominal value of 75 Ω not exceeding 1% ensure perfect impedance matching in the transmission path.
According to EN50117 norm, there are the next classes of coaxial cables, depending on screening efficiency: C, B, A, A+, A++.
Classes of screening efficiency
|5-30 MHz [mΩ/m]
|30-1000 MHz [dB]
|1-2 GHz [dB]
|2-3 GHz [dB]