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Photograph 2: Required tools for the Belden RCA Cable Project Photograph 3 below shows some optional tools that were found to be helpful with our cable assembly method. Photograph 4: Belden Coaxial Cable The following steps outline the preparation of the Belden cable: 1. Measure the approximate stripping length of cable against the barrel of the RCA plug Fig.
Using a sharp utility knife, lightly cut the cable jacket along the measured stripping length Fig. Note: Our coaxial stripper tended to strip away some of the shield so we used a sharp utility knife. Pull back the cut jacket and trim away the excess as shown in Fig. Comb back the copper shield and tightly twist together as shown in Fig.
Note: When using a coaxial stripper to remove the insulation, turn one revolution only. Any more than one revolution may cut into the conductor.
You can practice using the coaxial stripper on a test piece of coax cable before using it on the Belden cable. Of course you can use your favorite style of plug, but depending on the RCA plug that you choose, the specific details will change slightly, but the general idea is the same.
Photograph 5 shows an RCA plug and identifies the cover, barrel, bridge, tit and signal pin. Bend the bridge so it will accept the twisted shield by placing a screw driver on mid-point of Bridge Fig. While holding the screw driver in place, carefully tap the screw driver to bend Bridge Fig.
Note: Do not over bend the bridge. Doing so will cause interference with the coax insulation. The center of the bridge may crack while bending. This is normal as a result of the brittle material.
Bend the bridge until the gap is just large enough to fit the twisted shield Fig. Preheat and apply solder sparingly to both the conductor and tit Fig. Solder the twisted shield to the RCA bridge using the same method described in step Note: Before connecting the remaining RCA plug on the other end, you must first insert the TechFlex expandable sleeving and heatshrink wrappings.
Repeat soldering steps 10 and 11 to terminate the remaining cable end. Using a the continuity or resistance measurement feature on a multimeter, test for cable shorts by placing one lead on the RCA signal pin at one end and the other lead on the RCA barrel or cover Fig.
Note: An infinite reading or no value indicates that the cable connection is good and not shorted. The finished cable following the above instructions is shown below. If you have finished this cable design, send us your photos and we will add them to the page.
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