Actually LDF5-50 is 7/8" hardline, and man it is HARD. Have you tried
unwinding a bit from your 100' roll? Be sure you have a nice straight route
with no bends.
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From: "Ray Benny" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2012 11:55 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Question about Andrew Hardline and Connectors
>I recently acquired two 100ft rolls of Andrew 3/4" hardline that I will be
> using soon. One is LDF5-50, the other is LDF5-50A. I have searched the Web
> for rating of this coax and the types of connectors needed, but the info I
> am finding is spread out all over the place. Commscope, I think, has
> out Andrew so their coax and connectors have different part numbers. Same
> with connectors. Does anyone have a web site that shows the different coax
> and connectors?
> First question, what is the difference between the LDF5-50 and LDF5-50A?
> Second question, one roll has L45U connectors, the other nothing. I'm not
> much into VHF hardline but It seems that the male L45U connector is not a
> 'N' type connector. What is it?
> I see many hardline connectors on eBay but I need to know which is which
> before I buy.
> Tnx for your help.
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