93 Ohm Flexible RG62 Coax Cable 0.242 Diameter With Single

93 Ohm Flexible RG62 Coax Cable 0.242 Diameter With Single Shielded PVC
We hereby certify that we comply with the EU Directive 2002/95/EC on the use of certain hazardous substances
in electrical and electronic equipment. The exemptions noted below apply.
Some of the listed materials may be used in the production of 93 Ohm Flexible RG62 Coax Cable 0.242
Diameter With Single Shielded PVC Jacket RG62A/U in accordance with the following specifications:
Metals: Non-Metal:
• DHP soft copper, CDA 122
• PTFE, ASTM-D-1710 – Fire rating V-0 (dielectric
• Phosphor bronze, ASTM-B-159, Alloy 510 (.05%
• Silicon rubber ZZ-R-765, Gr. 50, red – Fire rating
by weight Pb); ASTM-B-139, Alloy B2 or C54400
N/A (gasket)
(limited to <4.0% by weight Pb)
• Silicon rubber Buna - N , fuel resistant per
• Brass: ASTM-B-16 (2.5-3.7% Pb) or ASTM-B-36 MIL-G-83528 (gasket)
• Stainless Steel, ASTM-A-582, SS-303
• Silver plated aluminum filled silicone per
• Beryllium Copper per ASTM-B-196 or ASTM-B-194
MIL-G-83528 (gasket)
• SnAgCu solder
• Silicon rubber per AN- 6227-17 Class B
• Thick wall polyolefin, MIL-I-23053/4, class3 – Fire
rating UL 224 (shrink sleeve)
• 2 component epoxy
• Glass
Silver per ASTM-B700, Semi-bright
Tarniban: 8% stannous chloride (anhydrous)
Nickel per AMS-QQ-N-290, Class 1, Bright
Electroless Nickel per Mil-C-26074, Class 1, Bright
Gold per ASTM-B488, Type 3, Grade C, reference
Class 0.76
Black Chrome per Mil-C-14538
• Albaloy (Tri-M3) composition: 55-60% Cu, 20-25% Sn
15-20% Zn Alternative 50-55% Cu, 30-35% Sn,
13-17% Zn Semi-Bright
• Copper per Mil-C-14550, reference Class 4
• Chemical Passivation per ASTM-A-967
• Tin per ASTM-B545, matte finish
The materials declaration data for 93 Ohm Flexible RG62 Coax Cable 0.242 Diameter With Single Shielded
PVC Jacket RG62A/U is accurate, to the best of our knowledge.
Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.
CAGE #: 53919
Pasternack Part Number: RG62A/U
“Applications of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)
which are exempted from the requirements of Article 4(1)”.
Lead in glass cathode ray tubes, electronic components and florescent tubes.
Some Pasternack products use resistive and/or dielectric inks that contain lead in a glass phase and fall under exemption 5.
Lead as an alloying element in steel containing up to 0.35% lead by weight, aluminum containing up to 0.4% lead by weight and as a copper alloy containing up to 4% lead by weight.
Most Pasternack products use metal alloys that contain lead below the maximum concentration values specified under exemption 6. Specifically; aluminum alloys, brass, stainless steel, beryllium copper,
and phosphor bronze.
Lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure equipment for switching, signaling transmission as well as network management for telecommunications.
All Pasternack coaxial cable assemblies are made using solder containing lead (unless lead-free is specified), and may be used in network infrastructure equipment and therefore would fall under exemption
7. This exemption is application specific, however, and we therefore leave it up to our customer to determine whether this exemption applies to their application.
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Phone: +1 (949) 261-1920
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