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Speci cation RG-58/U RG-59/U RG-8X
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Impedance, ohms 50
33 49
24 34 120
25 37 135
13 19 80
13 19 80
@ 1,000 MHz 215
Figure 615 shows just a few of the UHF, VHF, and UHF/VHF coaxial adapters available from such sources as RadioShack Figure 616 shows the assembly of UHF connectors on both large and small coaxial cables Figure 617 demonstrates the similar assembly of BNC connectors on RG-58/U, RG-59/U, and RG-8X coaxial cables Although there are solderless versions of connectors, they are not recommended for marine applications except in protected locations (inside cabin) due to corrosion After assembly, it is a good idea to apply a moisture-displacing lubricant If the connection is exposed to weather, the connection should be wrapped in a good quality plastic electrical tape to exclude moisture
Fig 615 A Few Coaxial Adapters
PL-258 UHF double-female M359 UHF 90 male/female
M-348 UHF T-adapter UHF male/ BNC female
UHF double-male
UHF female/ BNC male
DC Standar ds and Practices
Fig 616 Assembly of PL-259 (UHF) Connectors
Fig 617 Assembly of BNC Connectors
ON RG-58/U, RG-59/U, AND RG-8X CABLES
STEP 1: Slip on shell and adapter; strip outer jacket back 5/8" 5/8"
ON RG-58/U, RG-59/U, AND RG-8X CABLES FEMALE CONNECTOR
STEP 1: Cut cable end even and strip outer jacket back 5/16" 5/16"
STEP 2: Bend back braided shield
STEP 2: Slide clamp nut and pressure sleeve over cable; straighten braid ends
STEP 3: Slip adapter under braided shield
STEP 3: Fold braid back; insert ferrule inside braid; cut dielectric back 13/64"; tin conductor 13/64"
STEP 4: Strip center conductor 1/2" and tin 1/2"
STEP 4: Trim excess braid; slide insulator over conductor into ferrule; slide female contact over conductor and solder
STEP 5: Screw on body and solder tip and braid through holes in body
STEP 5: Slide body over ferrule and press all parts into body; screw in the nut tightly
STEP 6: Screw shell onto body
MALE CONNECTOR
STEP 1: Cut cable end even and strip outer jacket back 5/16" 5/16"
ON RG-8/U AND RG-213 CABLES
STEP 1: Slip on shell and strip to center of conductor and back 3/4" 3/4"
STEP 2: Slide clamp nut and pressure sleeve over cable; straighten braid ends
STEP 3: Fold braid back; insert ferrule inside braid; cut dielecric back 13/64"; tin conductor 13/64" STEP 2: Strip outer jacket additional 5/16" 3/4" 5/16"
STEP 4: Trim excess braid; slide insulator over conductor into ferrule; slide male contact over conductor and solder STEP 3: Slip on body, making sure shield does not contact center conductor, and solder tip and shield through holes
STEP 5: Slide body over ferrule and press all parts into body; screw in the nut tightly STEP 4: Screw shell onto body
Conductor Connections
Ignition Protection
Gasoline and propane explosions are among the leading causes of marine loss of life For this reason, the ABYC has adopted the ignition protection standards of the US Coast Guard as described below
Isolation of Ignition Sources
Ignition sources located in the same spaces as gasoline engines, gasoline tanks, and gasoline fuel joints and ttings must be ignition-protected unless the components are isolated from the fuel sources An electrical component is considered isolated from a fuel source if: 1 It is separated by a bulkhead of full width and height that leaks no more than 1 4 ounce of water per hour with a water height of 12 inches or onethird the bulkhead height (whichever is less), and has no higher opening with greater than l 4inch gap around its perimeter 2 The electrical component is separated by a oor, deck, or other type of enclosure 3 The distance between the electrical component and the fuel source is at least 2 feet, and the space between is open to the atmosphere, where open means 15 square inches of open area per cubic foot of net compartment volume Figures 618 through 624 illustrate these requirements for a variety of installations
Fuels
Boats using only diesel fuel are exempt Boats using just a single LP (propane) or CNG appliance may exempt the gas appliance from the ignition protection standard provided:
1 Gas tank connections and regulators are outside of the hull or are located in an enclosure that is vapor-tight to the interior of the boat and vented overboard 2 The gas supply can be shut off at the tank by a control that is part of or located near the appliance Manual controls must provide a warning when the supply valve at the tank is open
Boats using gasoline as a fuel for either propulsion or auxiliary generator are subject to the ignition protection standards shown here
Fig 618 Bulkheads (Adapted from ABYC Standard E-11, Figure 8)
Seepage of not more than 1/4 fl oz/hr permitted below waterresistant height This includes bulkhead fastenings and space around hatches, doors, access panels, & items passing through the bulkhead Openings above the water-resistant height may not have more than 1/4" annular space around items passing through the openings Bulkhead extends full height 1/4" annular space maximum Not more than 1/4" annular space Wat e resis rta heig nt ht Fuel source this side of bulkhead Sealed
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