Canare 3' L-3CFW RG59 HD-SDI Coaxial Cable with Male BNCs (Black)

BH #CA35HSVB03 • MFR #CA35HSVB03
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Canare 3' L-3CFW RG59 HD-SDI Coaxial Cable with Male BNCs (Black)
Key Features
  • For 3G-SDI, HD-SDI & SD-SDI Signals
  • True 75 Ω Connectors
  • Meets SMPTE Standards 259M, 292M & 424M
  • Flexible Cable for Mobile HD Use
This 3' black L-3CFW RG59 HD-SDI Coaxial Cable with Male BNCs from Canare is a hand-crafted, high-quality conveyance for video signals and serial data up to (and even over) 3.0 Gb/s. Exceeding the requirements specified in SMPTE 424M, it's perfect for 3G-SDI and HD-SDI video systems.
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Canare 3' L-3CFW RG59 HD-SDI Coaxial Cable with Male BNCs (Black)

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Canare CA35HSVB03 Overview

This 3' black L-3CFW RG59 HD-SDI Coaxial Cable with Male BNCs from Canare is a hand-crafted, high-quality conveyance for video signals and serial data up to (and even over) 3.0 Gb/s. Exceeding the requirements specified in SMPTE 424M, it's perfect for 3G-SDI and HD-SDI video systems.

Featuring a true 75 Ω male BNC connector at either end, the extra-flexible 6' cable is great for applications that will move it around a lot, such as mobile HD production. Offering professional broadcast performance, the HD-SDI cable is also perfect for any HDTV upgrade.

Canare BCP-B Series true 75 Ω HD BNC connectors
100% sweep-tested to conform to SMPTE 259M, 292M, and 424M standards
Hand-made with Canare L-3CFW 22 AWG, 75 Ω precision HD serial digital video coax cable for professional broadcast performance
Cables meet SMPTE 259M, 292M, and 424M standards
Dual copper braid for flexibility and great bending performance

Canare CA35HSVB03 Specs

Cable Length3' / 0.9 m
Coaxial TypeRG-59
Maximum Impedance75 Ohms
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.2 x 6.4 x 0.4"
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