Copper CT100 CAI approved cable is a type of coaxial cable that is designed to carry television and radio signals in the United Kingdom. The CT100 designation refers to the specific design and specifications of the cable, which is a 75-ohm impedance cable that is designed to carry high-frequency signals over long distances. CAI stands for the Confederation of Aerial Industries, which is an organization that sets standards for the installation and maintenance of TV and radio reception equipment in the UK.
Copper CT100 CAI approved cable is made from high-quality copper, which provides excellent signal quality and low signal loss over long distances. The cable features a solid copper core, which is surrounded by a layer of dielectric material, and then a braided copper shield. This shield helps to prevent signal interference and ensures the highest possible signal quality.
The CAI approval means that the cable meets the strict quality and safety standards set by the Confederation of Aerial Industries. This ensures that the cable is safe and reliable for use in homes, businesses, and other applications in the UK. CAI-approved cables have been tested and approved to meet specific performance criteria, including signal quality, electrical safety, and environmental safety.
Overall, Copper CT100 CAI approved cable is an excellent choice for anyone looking to install or upgrade a TV or radio reception system in the UK. Its high-quality construction, low signal loss, and CAI approval ensure that it will provide excellent signal quality and safety for many years to come.
|Cable length||250 m|
|Minimum bending radius||40 mm|
|Packaging Height||0.150 m|
|Packaging Width||0.360 m|
|Packaging Depth||0.360 m|
|Packaging Volume||0.019 m3|
|Net Weight||13.250 kg|
|Tara Weight||0.200 kg|
|Total Weight||13.450 kg|
|Inner conductor - dimension||1.0 +/-0.02 mm|
|Dielectric - dimension||4.6 mm|
|Screening attenuation @ 30-1000 MHz||>90 dB|
|Screening attenuation @ 1000-2000 MHz||>75 dB|
|Screening attenuation @ 2000-3000 MHz||>72 dB|
|Velocity ratio||84 %|
|Inner DC resistance||20.4 Ω/km|
|Outer DC resistance||13.8 Ω/km|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 5 MHz||2.0 dB|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 50 MHz||4.2 dB|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 100 MHz||6.5 dB|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 200 MHz||8.7 dB|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 470 MHz||13.3 dB|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 862 MHz||19.5 dB|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 1000 MHz||19.9 dB|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 1750 MHz||26.9 dB|
|Attenuation (20°C/100mtr) @ 2150 MHz||30.3 dB|
|Structural return loss @ 5-470 MHz||>30 dB|
|Structural return loss @ 470-862 MHz||>28 dB|
|Structural return loss @ 862-2400 MHz||>25 dB|