At NAB2007, Belden will showcase three of its most popular SDI/HD coaxial cables in the company's patented Banana Peel construction. Belden's Banana Peel Composite Video cables--the 1855A, 1505A and now, the new 1694A--allow installation of multiple cables in a single pull.
The precision video snake cable is designed for demanding applications, including HD/SDI video, Component video, unbalanced analog or digital audio (AES/EBU), computer CAD/CAM, high-end computer graphics and animation, and high-resolution monitors and projection imaging in corporate boardrooms, post facilities, and the like.
The cables are available in bundles of three, five and six. All cables are pre-timed to ensure a delay difference of less than 5.0 ns/100 feet between coaxes, allowing for "cut-and-connect" installation with no TDR or Vectorscope timing required.
Belden's patented, jacketless Banana Peel construction provides further reduction in installation time. With each individual cable component within the composite color-coded, installers need only peel the correct cables off the center spline and terminate.
Belden's Banana Peel Precision Video Snake Cables are 100 percent sweep tested to 4.5 GHz to cover the third harmonic frequency of 1080p, for migrations from 1080i to 1080p.
The company will also demonstrate its recently introduced Belden Brilliance Composite Camera cables, designed for ENG/EFP cameras. Using two Belden A/V coaxial cables and four audio pairs, the new composite camera cable is ideal for interconnecting digital remote field cameras in SDI/HDTV applications.
Also at the Belden booth is the Belden Digital and Analog A/V Composite Camera cable, a round, smooth cable combining Belden RG-59 Type SDI coaxes (Product #1505A) with Belden single-pair cables (Product #9451) for mic and IFB applications. The rugged new cable is ideally suited for live or recorded on-site news reporting.
Belden will be in booth C9441.
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