ACOME HYPERCELL® RF System provides complete product range optimized for future network deployments, including jumper cables.
The Jumper 1/2" SuperFlexible LSOH 300cm 4.3-10 Male - 7/16 DIN Male Elbow from ACOME Hypercell is a RF Coaxial Cable Jumpers. This jumper and has 3m . A a jumper is typically used to connect antennas and other components to network cabling. They are small and bendable cables which are also in base stations to connect antennas to radio units.
The jumper 1/2" Superflexible LSOH with 4.3-10 Male straight and 7/16 DIN Male elbow interfaces, comes with a LSOH FR jacket and offers a low bending moment avoiding any mechanical stress. Soldered connectors to ensure low VSWR.
|Jumper 1/2SF LSOH 4.3-10 Male – 7/16 Din Male elbow||ASTB-C2286X|
|Cable||ACOME 50-1/2SF LSOH cable|
|Connector||Screw Type 4.3-10 Male /7/16 Din Male elbow|
|Assembly||Inner and outer contact 100% soldered and with molding|
|Operating Frequency Range||DC ~ 3GHz|
|RMS Power (40 ℃ - 2 GHz)||0.50 KW|
|Passive Intermodulation Measured In Swept Frequency Mode, With 2× 20W Carries||IM3 at 900MHz ≤ -160 dBc|
|IM3 at 1800MHz ≤ -160 dBc|
|IM7 at 2100MHz ≤ -160 dBc|
|Material and Finish of Connector Body||Copper alloy - plated brass|
|Material and Finish of Coupling Nut||Nickel - plated brass|
|Material and Finish of Inner Conductor||Silver - plated bronze|
|Coupling Waterproof||Silicone Rubber O-ring|
|Coupling Torque||Din interface 30 N.m Max.|
|4.3-10 interface 8 N.m Max|
|Minimum Bending Radius||25 mm|
|Temperature||Operating -40°C / +70°C|
|Installation -25°C / +55°C|
|Storage -50°C / +70°C|
|Waterproof Index||IP68 (1m /24 h)|
|Test Methods||IEC 61169,IEC 62037, IEC 60529|
*For technical specifications please see attached datasheet.
PE (polyethylene) is a versatile jacket material that offers good protection against moisture, abrasion, and chemicals. It is highly flexible and has a low coefficient of friction, which makes it easy to install and handle. PE is also resistant to UV radiation and can withstand a wide range of temperatures, making it a popular choice for outdoor and industrial applications. However, it is less flame-resistant than other materials, which may limit its use in certain environments.