On 5/24/2010 1:34 AM, Fuqua, Bill L wrote:
> There is a SHV connector which has a long shielded cylinder that extends some
> distance from past the BNC like part.
> They are commonly used with HV connectors in scientific applications. They
> are expensive but very good and safe.
> Pasternack has plugs for17 to $25 each
Every thing is relative, but I'd not call $17 to $25 expensive.
> and sockets for around same range. There are some that are even longer.
> RG59 Cable is good for well over 5kV DC voltages. We use it up to 8 and 10 kV
> at times with no problems.
I'd much prefer the RG-8X with shield plus braid. More rugged, more
flexible, sufficient voltage rating, and a larger (and much more
flexible) center conductor.
I really don't like RG59 with that tiny, hard, easy to break center
conductor except for things like TV and F-type connectors.
I use relatively short runs from the remote switches to the 40 meter,
center fed, half wave dipoles and the legal limit.
> Bill wa4lav
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