According to the company, SUCOFLEX 126 has been optimised to provide a highly flexible microwave cable with excellent phase stability and low insertion loss.
Available in three versions, SUCOFLEX 126 cables are produced around an optimized inner core construction and, for maximum reliability. The cables have been designed to withstand both flexing and crushing. Key features across all three versions include phase stability versus temperature of less than 1500ppm, insertion loss stability versus temperature of less than 0.2-percent/⁰C and insertion loss stability versus shaking of ± 0.1 dB.
The operating temperature range for SUCOFLEX 126 is – 55⁰C to + 125⁰C and – 40⁰C to +85⁰C for SUCOFLEX 126E and 126EA.
HUBER+SUHNER offers a number of standard cable assemblies from stock in lengths up to 1500 mm and, for non-standard assemblies, it allows users to select from a wide variety of connector types including SMA, BNC, N and TNC.