Professional Cable Manufacturer Rg59 CCTV Video Cable with Power
|FOB Price:||US $4 / Roll|
|Min. Order:||100 Rolls|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|100 Rolls||US $4/ Roll|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram|
- Model NO.: RG59 Siamese
- Conductor Material: BC/CCS/CCA/TC/CU/CCAG
- Type: Coaxial Cable
- Conductor Type: Solid
- Certification: CE, ISO, RoHS, UL, ETL
- Brand: Customer Made
- Foil: Al
- Jacket Color: Customer Made
- Transport Package: Coil, Box, Wooden Spool
- Origin: Linan
- Application: Local Communication Cable, Coaxial Cable
- Cover Material: PE/PVC/Lszh
- Material Shape: Round Wire
- Wire Core Material: Bc/CCS/CCA/Tc
- Model: Rg59
- Condoctor: 20AWG
- Braiding: 45-95%
- Trademark: Custpmer Made
- Specification: UL, ETL, CE, ROHS, ISO
- HS Code: 8544200000
RG59 STANDARD Coaxial Cable 75ohm
1.Free sample,short time delivery
2.Good quality, competitive price
3.CE UL RoHs
4.RG59 COAXIAL CABLE
RG6 STANDARD Coaxial cable
20 AWG Solid Copper/Copper Clad Steel
Shield:Al Foil/Bonded Al FoilBraid Coverage:40%-95%Al
Per Customers Special Requirement
Often, this means that the installer must know something about the various cable types in order to have complete and trustworthy connections with the rest of the equipment. This often means that a person needs to buy cable to match the equipment and other components or vice versa. Cable can be located at hardware stores and online with eBay. Knowing which cables rank in the top eight can aid people in making the right decision for their home surveillance needs.
Siamese cable is by far the most widespread type of cable used by installers of home surveillance products. This type of cable is so named because of its use of two different types of cables that are combined into one. RG59 cable is used for the transmission of video signals and the other cable is an 18/2 cable that is used as the power source. One of the truest forms of Siamese cable are ones that use a copper core. A copper core aids in making the process of the video signal transmission more effective.
No matter how much cable a person needs for the job, there is never a worry that the need is too great, as most cables are sold in spools that reach lengths of up to 1,000 feet or greater. All people need to do is give the seller the approximate length of cable needed, so it is important to not only measure the length correctly, but to also allow for some additional length just to be on the safe side.
|2||RG59 Coaxial Cable|
RG59 coaxial cable is a type of cable used to transmit high frequency signals and keep them from not only electromagnetic interference, but also aids in keeping it away from outside sources as well. It is created by using two types of conductors that have the same coaxial orientation; however, each conductor is set apart from the other by an insulated covering. In the middle of the first conductor, which is composed of wire, the second conductor can be a mesh with a metal composition, braid, or foil. Then the entire setup is then bound together by another insulating covering which also serves the purpose to keep possible corrosive elements such as water, and protects the wire from other harmful elements as well. Because this type of cable has a thin outer shield, it is ideally suited to carry low frequencies and where the cable length requirements are not very lengthy.
This type of cable has a broad range of uses which means that it is easy to locate in large quantities if necessary. RG59 coax is the same type of cable is also used for cable tv installation, ham radio, and home video equipment.
|3||RG6 Coaxial Cable|
RG6 coaxial cable is another common form of cable that is used in a variety of settings. Besides being used for home surveillance product insulation, this RG6 coaxial cable is also used in homes for installing cable television. RG6 coaxial cable differs from RG59 coaxial cable in that it has a larger core conductor and the insulation is also thicker as well. The thickness of RG6 cable can be twice as thick or even up to four times as thick of shielding material versus that of RG59 cable which has only one layer of shielding material added. This makes the RG6 cable better suited to carry transmissions further than other types of cable.