Allied Encyclopedia: M17/176-00002

What is M17/176-00002 Wire?

M17 is the military standard for coaxial cables which are used to maximize performance in difficult situations that the military might encounter. M17/176-00002 is a variation of M17 coaxial cable called twinax cable. Twinax is similar to coaxial cable, however it has two inner conductors instead of one. This cable is used for high frequency signal transmission.

M17/176-00002 Construction

As stated above, M17/176-00002 is a variation of coaxial cable that is a twinax cable. Its 2 inner conductors are 24 AWG, each 19/.005 silver coated copper alloy. This cable has two solid Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) dielectric cores. These cores are twisted together and filled with two PTFE rod fillers. The outer conductor is a single braid of 38 AWG, silver-coated, high strength alloy. The inner braid has 95.4% coverage and the outer braid has 94.6% coverage. M17/176-00002 has a Perflouroalkoxy (PFA) type XIII jacket with an overall diameter of 0.129 inches.

M17/176-00002 Cable Ratings

  • Temperature Range: -55°C to +200 C
  • Max Operating Voltage (vms): 1,000
  • Impedance (ohms): 77 +/-7
  • Capacitance (pF/ft): 19.0
  • M17 Test Frequency: 10 MHz UnSwept
  • Comments: Use up to 10 MHz maximum

M17/176-00002 Wire

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