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Coaxial Cable
P/N 167-2896 Type“L”
Inner Conductor: 19/38 strands SPC wire. AWG 26.
Cable Insulation: FEP. Dia. 0.050/1.2
Shield: SPC wire. AWG 36
Jacket: FEP . Dia.: 0.095/2.4
Electrical: Voltage rating: 18 KVDC
Impedance: 46 Ohms
Capacitance: 28.0 PF per ft. nominal
Inductance: 0.089 µH per ft.

P/N 167-2669 Type“C”
Inner Conductor: 19 strands TPC. AWG 16
Cable Insulation: Clear polyethylene. Dia. 0.118/2.9
Shield: No. 36 AWG.
Jacket: Polyethylene. Dia.: 0.195/4.9
Electrical: Voltage rating: 20 KVDC
Impedance: 31 Ohms
Capacitance: 48.0 PF per ft. nominal
Inductance: 0.061 µH per ft.

P/N 167-9785 .150 Dia. FEP
Inner Conductor: 19 strands SPC. AWG 20
Cable Insulation: FEP . Dia. 0.150/3.8
Shield: Single TPC braid. Coverage 90%. Dia.: 0.180/4.5 nominal
Jacket: FEP. Black. Dia.: 0.220/5.5 nominal
Electrical: Operating voltage: 40 KVDC
Impedance: 46 ohms

RG 213/U
Inner Conductor: 7 strands bare copper wire. AWG 12
Cable Insulation: Polyethylene. Dia. 0.285/7.2
Shield: Single-braid bare copper.
Jacket: PVC. Black. Dia.: 0.405/10.2
Electrical: Voltage rating: 25 KVDC
Impedance: 50 Ohms
Capacitance: 30.8 PF per ft. nominal

Non-Shielded Wire
P/N 178-7435 FEP .080/2.0 Dia.
Conductor: 19/34 strands SPC wire. AWG 22
Cable Insulation: FEP. Color: White
Electrical: Operating voltage: 22 KVDC

P/N 167-7628 FEP .100/2.5 Dia.
Conductor: 19/32 strands SPC. AWG 20
Cable Insulation: FEP. Color: White
Electrical: Operating voltage: 30 KVDC

P/N 167-9610 FEP .150/3.8 Dia.
Conductor: 19/32 strands TPC. AWG 20
Cable Insulation: FEP Color: White
Electrical: Operating voltage: 40 KVDC

P/N 167-9611 FEP .180/4.5 Dia.
Conductor: 19/29 strands SPC. AWG 16
Cable Insulation: FEP. Color: White
Electrical: Operating voltage: 40 KVDC. Test: 50 KVDC
Silicone Coated FEP Insulation

P/N 178-8315 FEP .090/2.2 Dia. with silicone coating
Conductor: 19/32 strands SPC wire. AWG 20
Cable Insulation: FEP. Color:Natural
Electrical: Operating voltage: 22 KVDC


P/N 178-8781 FEP .110/2.8 Dia. with silicone coating
Conductor: 19/32 strands SPC wire. AWG 20
Cable Insulation: FEP. Color: Natural
Electrical: Operating voltage: 30 KVDC

Silicone Rubber Insulation Color: White. Other colors are optional
P/N 167-9634 Silicone rubber .100/2.5 Dia.
Conductor: 19/32 strands SPC. AWG 20
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 10 KVDC

P/N 167-9193 Silicone rubber .150/3.8 Dia.
Conductor: 19/30 strands SPC. AWG 18
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 17 KVD

P/N R790-2518 Silicone rubber .160/4.0 Dia.
Conductor: 19/30 strands SPC. AWG 18
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 17 KVDC

P/N 178-9578 Silicone rubber .165/4.1 Dia.
Conductor: 19/30 strands SPC. AWG 18
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 17 KVDC

P/N 167-9169 Silicone rubber .180/4.5 Dia.
Conductor: 19/29 strands SPC. AWG 16
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 20 KVDC

P/N R790-3516 Silicone rubber .265/6.7 Dia.
Conductor: 41/32 strands SPC. AWG 16
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 35 KVDC

P/N 167-9180 Silicone rubber .280/7.1 Dia.
Conductor: 19/29 strands SPC. AWG 16
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 45 KVDC

P/N R790-4516 Silicone rubber .300/7.6 Dia.
Conductor: 19/29 strands SPC. AWG 16
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 45 KVDC

P/N R790-6014 Silicone rubber .385/9.8 Dia.
Conductor: 19/27 strands SPC. AWG 14
Cable Insulation: Silicone rubber
Electrical: Operating voltage: 60 KVDC

Bulk cable ordering information
For a complete catalog of Reynolds high voltage wire and cable products including FEP silicone coated wire and R.F. attenuation line (lossy line), contact the factory or your Reynolds representative.

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Cable preparation and assembly instructions - Series 31,310,311 

 
Series 31 (P/N 167-0669)
Step 1
Cut cable to length, clean and square. Slip boot over cable. Strip outer jacket to dimension shown. Trim exposed braid to dimension. Trim inner insulation to dimension. No nicked or severed strands allowed.

Step 2
Insert sleeve under braid as shown. Rosin-flux and pot tin dip both the inner core and exposed braid using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD-006. Remove all flux.

Step 3
Solder contact in place through hole using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD-006. Completed solder joint must have a continuous fillet of solder between the conductor and the contact. The solder in the feed hole must be free of pinholes and flush or below flush. Rear of contact shoulder shall be as flush as possible with insulation of cable core, but not to exceed .030".

Step 4
Slip prepared cable into the connector body until the flange inside the connector butts against braid cut off. Solder connector body to braid through 4 holes using SN60 solder in accordance with
J-STD-006. Clean thoroughly.

Step 5
Slide boot into position as shown.
 

 
 

 







Series 310 (P/N 167-4356)
Series 311 (P/N 167-7624-1, -2, -3)
Step 1
Cut cable to length, clean and square. Slip boot and crimp sleeve over cable. Strip outer jacket to dimension shown. Trim exposed braid to dimension. Trim inner insulation to dimension. No nicked or severed strands allowed. Pot tin dip inner conductor using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD-006. Remove all flux.

Step 2
Solder contact in place through hole using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD-006. No solder buildup allowed on contact outer diameter. Completed solder joint must have a continuous fillet of solder between the inner conductor and the contact. The solder in the feed hole must be free of pinholes and flush or below flush. Rear of contact shoulder shall be as flush as possible with insulation of cable core, but not to exceed .030". Flair braid by moving cable core in a circular motion.

Step 3
Insert prepared cable into connector assembly. When contact shoulder butts against flange of insulator, slide crimp sleeve over braid and connector. Trim excess braid and crimp using Thomas & Betts crimping tool No. WT308 or WT408 or an equivalent crimp tool. Slide boot in place

 





 


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Cable preparation and assembly instructions - Series 521

Series 521 (Sea Level version P/N 167-3516 and 167-3561-1)
Series 521 (Reduced Pressure version P/N 167-4534 and 167-4534-1)
Step 1
Cut cable to length, clean and square. Strip outer jacket to dimension shown. Trim exposed braid to dimension. Strip inner insulation to dimension and hot tin dip core. No nicked or severed strands allowed during stripping.

Step 2
Slip cable seal over center conductor. Slide contact over inner conductor. Place in fixture to apply compression to the cable seal and maintain pressure until completion of the soldering process. Solder contact into place through hole using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD- 006. Completed solder joint must have a continuous fillet of solder between the inner conductor and the contact. The solder in the feed hole must be flush or below flush and free of pinholes.

Step 3
Slip boot and crimp sleeve over cable. Flair braid slightly by moving inner insulation in a circular motion. Coat inner insulation and cable seal liberally with fluorsilicone grease.

Step 4
Insert prepared cable into the connector carefully. Do not pinch or otherwise damage the cable seal. Guide braid smoothly over the crimp area of the connector until the contact shoulder butts against the insulator (see “X”). Slide the crimp sleeve into position, trim excess braid, and crimp using Thomas & Betts crimp tool No. WT-540 with Die No. 5456. (NOTE: this Die Number supercedes the one called out in our printed catalogs). Measure contact depth before and after crimping. Make sure braid does not extend beyond the end of the crimp sleeve. Install interface seal with fluorosilicone grease applied on the back face of the seal. A 521 series receptacle can be used to guide and push the interface seal in place by mating the connectors.

HVID - Plug and Receptacle Assembly Instructions
Note: Assembly procedures apply to both plug and receptacle. Only receptacle
assembly is shown.

Step 1
Cut cable to length, clean and square. Strip cable to dimension shown. No nicked or severed strands allowed during stripping. Hot tin dip exposed wire and remove rosin residue. Solder contact into pace through solder hole. Remove rosin residue.

Step 2
Lightly abrade wire insulation in area shown using fine non-metallic abrasive silica paper. Clean with acetone using a lint free tissue or cloth. Air dry for five minutes.

Step 3
Apply a light coat of Dow #1204 primer to the surface of the contact in the area shown. Take care to avoid getting primer on the mating surface of the contact.

Step 4
Apply a light coat of Dow # 93076-2 adhesive to the primed surface of the contact and the abraded surface of the silicone cable. Note: The adhesive is a two-part adhesive and must be mixed according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Step 5
Clean molded connector body cavity using cleaning procedure of Step 2. Let air dry for five minutes. Insert the cable/contact into the connector body until the contact bottoms out.
Remove any adhesive that may have gotten on the conductive surface of the contact. Apply a fillet of adhesive to the cable where it enters the molded cavity.

Step 6
Allow assembly to cure undisturbed for at least 24 hours.

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Cable preparation and assembly instructions - Series 600, 610


Series 600 Plugs(P/N 178-7110 & P/N 167-3770)
Series 610 Plug (P/N 167-9363<)
Step 1
Cut cable to length, clean and square. Strip outer jacket to dimension shown exposing braid

Step 2
Cut braid to dimension. Squeeze U-sleeve into position as shown. Turn back braid over U-sleeve as tightly as possible and pot tin dip. Remove all flux.

Step 3
Strip inner insulation. No nicked or severed strands allowed. Pot tin dip core and cut to dimension shown.

Step 4
Slide on washer. Lubricate the seal with fluorosilicone grease and slide into place. Solder contact in place through holes using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD-006. Completed solder joint must have a continuous fillet of solder between the inner conductor and the contact. The solder in the feed hole must be free of pinholes and flush or below flush. No gap allowed between end of contact and inner insulation and no solder buildup allowed on the contact outer diameter. Clean thoroughly.

Step 5
Shrink tubing in place at 300° to 320°F (150° to 160°C). Allow tubing to cool undisturbed to prevent formation of a cold solder joint.

Step 6
Slip shrink boot over cable. Insert assembled cable into body coupling nut assembly until the contact shoulder bottoms out in in the insulator. Solder body to maintain a slight pressure on the cable in the body. Solder through two holes using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD-006. Clean thoroughly.

Step 7
Shrink boot into position as shown at 300° to 320°F (150° to 160°C).

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Cable preparation and assembly instructions, Series 730/830, 737


Series 730 Plugs (P/N 167-9219)
Series 737 Plugs (P/N 167-9391)
Series 830 Plug (P/N 167-8811)
Step 1
Cut cable to length, clean and square. Strip cable to dimension shown. No nicked or severed strands allowed. Hot tin dip as noted and remove all flux.

Step 2
Rosin flux conductor and solder contact to conductor through the feed hole using SN60 soldering accordance with J-STD-006. Completed solder joint must have a continuous fillet of solder between the cable conductor and the contact. Solder in the feedhole must be free of pinholes and flush or below flush. Rear of contact shoulder must be as flush as possible with insulation of cable.

Step 3
Mask the areas where abrading is not indicated with masking tape. Abrade un-masked areas lightly using air blast abrasive sand or new abrasive cloth. Remove mask taking care not to touch the abraded area. Degrease by wiping the internal bore of the connector insulator and abraded areas by dipping or swishing in Isopropyl alcohol. Wipe with lint-free cloth and let dry five minutes. From a clean container, brush a thin film (.001 to .003 inch) of General Electric SS4004 primer over indicated surfaces of the contact. Do not allow primer to drip into contact ends. Let dry at room temperature for a minimum of one (1) hour. Do not touch or contaminate the primed areas.

Step 4
Brush a light film (.010 inch) of General Electric RTV 162 adhesive to primed surfaces of the contact and abraded areas of the silicone rubber cable. Do not allow adhesive to drip into contact end.

Step 5
Immediately after applying adhesive, insert contact with cable into connector insulator. Rotation of the contact is permitted during insertion. Apply enough pressure to displace residual air at interface. Make sure the contact shoulder butts against the insulator internal flange and that the “control dimension” is maintained. Place bonded cable assembly in a humidity oven with a relative humidity level of at least 60% for 24 hours @ 100°F (38°C). An option is to cure the assembly at room temperature for 48 hours. Do not disturb the assembly during the curing time.

Step 6
Applies to Series 830 plugs only. Slide the metal coupling nut over the body/insulator and install the “C” retaining ring.

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Cable preparation and assembly instructions, Series 730/830, 737 w/ Silicone Coated FEP Cable & Nomex Jacket


Series 730 Plugs (P/N 167-9151)
Series 737 Plugs (P/N 167-8816)
Series 830 Plug (P/N 167-8810)
Note: These procedures allow .090 Dia. silicone coated FEP wire, P/N 178-8315 to be substituted for Nomex covered wire simply by ignoring all procedural references to 3M Scotchcast™ or Nomex in Steps 1 and 2.
Step 1
Cut cable to length, clean and square. Apply 3M Scotchcast™ as shown. Cure for 1 hour @ 195°F (90°C).

Step 2
Trim Nomex back to cured Scotchcast as shown. Install rubber sleeve for buildup. Apply a thin film of General Electric RTV 162 adhesive over the entire surface of the FEP coated wire. Slide the rubber sleeve forward until it is flush with the end of the FEP coated wire. Wipe off any excess adhesive with isopropyl alcohol. Cure in a humidity oven with 60% relative humidity @100°F (38°C) for 24 hours or at room temperature for 48 hours.

Step 3
Strip the rubber sleeve and FEP cable insulation to the dimension shown. No nicked or severed strands allowed. Hot tin dip. Remove all flux.

Step 4
Rosin flux conductor and solder contact through the feed hole using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD-006. Completed solder joint must have a continuous fillet of solder between the cable conductor and the contact. Solder in the feedhole must be free of pinholes and flush or below flush. Rear of contact must be as flush as possible with rubber sleeve.

Step 5
Lightly abraid only the areas indicated using air blast abrasive sand or new abrasive cloth.

Step 6
Apply a thin coat of General Electric SS 4004 primer on the surfaces indicated. Allow primer to dry for 1 hour at room temperature.

Step 7
Brush a thin layer of General Electric RTV 162 adhesive over the indicated area . Immediately insert the contact with cable into the connector insulator. Rotation of the contact is permitted during insertion. Apply enough pressure to displace air at the interface. Make sure the contact shoulder butts against the insulator shoulder and that the 0.75 inch control dimension is maintained. Cure in a humidity oven with 60% relative humidity @ 100°F (38°C) for 24 hours. After curing, slide boot into place and shrink.

Step 8
Applies to Series 830 plugs only. Slide the metal coupling nut over the body/insulator and install the “C” retaining ring.

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Cable preparation and assembly instructions, Series 720, 727


Series 720 Plugs (P/N 167-9149)
Series 727 Plugs (P/N 167-9330)
Step 1
Cut cable to length, clean and square. Strip cable to dimension shown. No nicked or severed strands allowed. Hot tin dip as noted and remove all flux.

Step 2
Rosin flux conductor and solder contact to conductor through the feed hole using SN60 solder in accordance with J-STD-006. Completed solder joint must have a continuous fillet of solder between the cable conductor and the contact. Solder in the feedhole must be free of pinholes and flush or below flush. Rear of contact shoulder must be as flush as possible with insulation of cable.

Step 3
Mask the areas where abrading is not indicated with masking tape. Abrade un-masked areas lightly using air blast abrasive sand or new abrasive cloth. Remove mask taking care not to touch the abraded area. Degrease by wiping the internal bore of the connector insulator and abraded areas by dipping or swishing in isopropyl alcohol. Wipe with lint free cloth and let dry five minutes. From a clean container, brush a thin film (.001 to.003 inch) of General Electric SS4004 primer over indicated surfaces of the contact. Do not allow primer to drip into contact ends. Let dry at room temperature for a minimum of one (1) hour. Do not touch or contaminate the primed areas.

Step 4
Brush a light film (.010 inch) of General Electric RTV 162 adhesive to primed surfaces of the contact and abraded areas of the silicone rubber cable. Do not allow adhesive to drip into contact end.

Step 5
Immediately after applying adhesive, insert contact with cable into connector insulator. Rotation of the contact is permitted during insertion. Apply enough pressure to displace residual air at interface. Make sure the contact shoulder butts against the insulator internal flange and that the “control dimension” is maintained. Place bonded cable assembly in a humidity oven with a relative humidity level of at least 60% for 24 hours @ 100°F (38°C). An option is to cure the assembly at room temperature for 48 hours. Do not disturb the assembly during the curing time.

Instructions to assemble Series 720 Plug (P/N 178-6142) to .110 Dia. silicone coated FEP cable, P/N 178-8315
Clean the silicone-coated FEP wire by swishing in isopropyl alcohol. Do not abrade or apply a primer to the cable at any time. Apply a light film of General Electric RTV 162 adhesive to the surface of the cable in the area shown. Immediately slide the furnished rubber sleeve over the cable until it is flush with the end of the cable. Cure as described in Step 5, above. Nomex jacket can be used or added at this time by following Steps 1 and 2 on p. 47 of this catalog.
Then
Proceed with Steps 1 through 6, above.

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