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Laird Digital Cinema Belden Mini RG59 1855A Cable with Neutrik rearTWIST BNC Connectors (6')

BH #LARTBNC18556 • MFR #RTBNC-1855-006
Laird Digital Cinema Belden Mini RG59 1855A Cable with Neutrik rearTWIST BNC Connectors (6')
Key Features
  • Belden 23 AWG RG59 1855A Mini Coax Cable
  • 2 x Neutrik rearTWIST UHD BNC Connectors
  • Supports up to 6G-SDI/2K Signals
  • 75 Ohms, 6' Cable Length
The 6' Belden Mini RG59 1855A Cable with Neutrik rearTWIST BNC from Laird is built for extended bandwidth for 6G-2K video applications. Neutrik's rearTWIST BNC connectors offer increased headroom and additional return loss reserve for potential impedance deviations resulting from cable bending, incorrect connector assembly, or faulty connection interfaces without signal interruption. The rearTWIST technology simplifies insertion and removal of recessed BNC panel connectors and enables easy patch bay interfacing. No special BNC removal tool is required, simply use the rear boot twist.
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Laird Digital Cinema RTBNC-1855 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Mini Coaxial Cable
  • 3Extended Bandwidth
  • 4rearTwist Connectors

The 6' Belden Mini RG59 1855A Cable with Neutrik rearTWIST BNC from Laird is built for extended bandwidth for 6G-2K video applications. Neutrik's rearTWIST BNC connectors offer increased headroom and additional return loss reserve for potential impedance deviations resulting from cable bending, incorrect connector assembly, or faulty connection interfaces without signal interruption. The rearTWIST technology simplifies insertion and removal of recessed BNC panel connectors and enables easy patch bay interfacing. No special BNC removal tool is required, simply use the rear boot twist.

Mini Coaxial Cable
Belden RG59 1855A mini coaxial cable with a 23 AWG
Extended Bandwidth
Improved return loss values at high frequencies with extended bandwidth for 6G-SDI 2K video applications
rearTwist Connectors
Neutrik rearTwist BNC connectors offer tool-free insertion and removal for easy use with recessed panels

Laird Digital Cinema RTBNC-1855 Specs

General
Connector 1
1x BNC
Connector 2
1x BNC
Coaxial Type
RG-59 (1855A)
Cable Length
6' / 1.8 m
Interface
6G-SDI
Environmental
Conductor Material
Bare Copper
Insulation Type
Foam High Density Polyethylene (FHDPE)
Jacket Type
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Shielded
Yes
Wire Gauge
23 AWG
Weight
2.6 oz / 73.66 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
6.5 x 5.4 x 0.3"

Laird Digital Cinema RTBNC-1855 Reviews

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question

Can I use a 500' SDI cable to successfully carry video feed from a camera to a TriCaster 460 or will I need to amplify signal?
Asked by: Anonymous
I do not believe that any SDI cable is currently capable of sending 3GSDI 500ft, without any conversion or extenders of some sort.The SDI cable functional distance decreases with an increase in bandwidth and data - Belden defines their distances for the 1855A cable as 215 feet for HD-SDI and 149 feet for 3G-SDI. So yes, you would need to amplify or extend your signal with an SDI to fiber converter like the Camplex CMX-3GSDI-LCF or Telecast Rattlers. There are many similar SDI to fiber extenders in market if you have another brand preference.https://<a href= http://www.belden.com/resourcecenter/tools/upload/TB65_p28.pdf target= _blank >www.belden.com/resourcecenter/tools/upload/TB65_p28.pdf</a>
Answered by: Daniel C. Camplex Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Can this cable be used for an FS7 to Atomos Shogun/Shogun Inferno for 4K Recording?
Asked by: Anonymous
Thanks for your question. The short answer is yes! The Connector and cable combination is designed to function at 6G up to 87 meters.
Answered by: Daniel C. Camplex Expert
Date published: 2018-12-13

question

Can this handle the SDI-6G signal from Blackbagic's Mini Converter HDMI to SDI 4K? How long can the cable be? Will a signal booster be required?
Asked by: David
Hi David,This cable can be up to 200' in length as long as the device (Black Magic unit) has the proper settings, which pertains to the clocking. Up to that length a signal booster would not be required.
Answered by: Daniel C. Camplex Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26
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