Jumper Cables - Cable Assemblies
SpinnerFlex® jumper cables are ideal for cost-effectively connecting base stations and antennas. Their top-quality design, materials, and production ensure optimal connectivity, easy installation, and fault-free functioning, even under extremely harsh environmental conditions.
SPINNER lets you flexibly order a virtually unlimited variety of customized jumper cables to suit your project’s requirements. Simply specify the cable type, length, connector combination, and quantity, and you’re done. We guarantee fast delivery. Please use our sales article numbers when making inquiries and placing orders.
SPINNER has been making jumpers for more than 25 years and completely automated their production 10 years ago. This is reflected in their outstanding quality and reliability.
CPR-Compliant SpinnerFlex® Jumper
In the summer of 2017, the EU Construction Products Regulation (CPR) was expanded to include cables. Now only CPR-compliant cables may be used in construction projects. Jumpers aren’t covered by this regulation yet, but they are just as important when it comes to fire protection. SPINNER therefore now also offers its popular SpinnerFlex® TopFit and SpinnerFlex® MultiFit jumpers based on cables that conform to the CPR.
When ordering CPR jumpers, please indicate our article numbers and specify the cable jacket with a “C” for CPR.
SpinnerFlex® jumpers are available in three types:
These models are available with size SF 1/2", SF 3/8", SF 1/4" and LF 1/2" corrugated tubing and can be configured with any desired connector at each end.
SpinnerFlex® MultiFit Jumpers
These are SF 1/2" jumper cables. One end can be fitted with any desired connector, while the other terminates in a LF 7/8" MultiFit connector for direct connection to the feeder line. Using our SPINNER MultiFit® jumpers lets you eliminate a connector, speed up installation, and achieve a technically superior final result.
SpinnerFlex® Hybrid Jumpers
SpinnerFlex® hybrid jumpers are jumper-feeder combinations with SF 1/2" jumpers at both ends. Most of the connection consists of a LF7/8“ feeder line, with transitions to considerably more flexible SF 1/2” jumpers that are made in our factory by an automated process. This lets you not only save several connectors at the mobile communication site, but also complete jobs much faster while ensuring the best possible connection between the base station and antenna.