Crosslinked polyethylene used as insulation provides improved heat resistance and makes the cable suitable for applications such as soldering where short-time heat resistance is essential.
- No fusion or deformation by exposure to 350°C for one minute and 200°C for 30 minutes
- Easy to make solder connections because the XLPE withstands the heat of the soldering iron.
- Polyethylene's electric and radio frequency insulating characteristics are retained.
- Conform to the RoHS directive.
- These radio frequency coaxial cables with crosslinked polyethylene insulation (QE) for improved heat resistance are suitable for applications such as soldering where short-time heat resistance is essential. The cables are used in a wide variety of applications including connections between and within devices, antenna cabling, and vehicle internal cabling.
- Heat resistant cables rated for continuous use at temperatures of up to 90°C or 105°C are also available.