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Advantages and Disadvantages of PT195. PT240, and PT400

Advantages and Disadvantages of PT195. PT240, and PT400
  Advantages Disadvantages
PT195: Recommended for use with frequencies under 900 MHz
  • Lower loss than standard RG58 cable
  • The most flexible

 

  • Less flexible than the RG58
  • Too much attenuation/ loss for frequencies over 900 MHz
  • Don’t recommend using cable lengths over 15-20 ft. at 900 MHz
PT240: Recommended for use with frequencies from 150 MHz – 5 GHz

 

  • Much lower loss and higher performance than standard RG58 and PT195 cable
  • Flexible
  • Excellent for UHF RFID
  • Much less flexible than RG58 and PT195
  • Too much attenuation/ loss for frequencies over 900 MHz at lengths of 50+ ft.
PT400: Recommended for use with frequencies from 150 MHz – 5 GHz

 

  • Extremely low-loss and high performance
  • Relatively inexpensive due to high sale volumes
  • The least flexible of the three

 

Note: All cable assemblies are made to order and typically ship in 1-2 business days from the time we receive the order. Larger quantities may require longer lead times.

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