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A coaxial cable transmits signals of low voltage and amperage, but of high frequency. It is comprised of a small center conductor with a substantial insulator around it and then a braided metal layer around the insulator which will be connected to ground. The braided metal layer is covered with another insulating layer which is then covered by an insulating sheath. For more information on insulating feedthroughs go to:

Category: Feedthroughs

Sub-Category: Electrical Feedthroughs

Related Topics: insulate feedthrough, coaxial cable

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