Canare L-5CHD Digital Video Coaxial Cable

BH #CAL5CHD300M • MFR #L-5CHD 300METER
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Canare L-5CHD Digital Video Coaxial Cable
Key Features
  • 100% Sweep Tested
  • For Broadcast Transmission
  • Ideal for Internal Rack Wiring
  • Aluminum Foil Shield
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The Canare L-5CHD Digital Video Coaxial Cable is a 100% sweep-tested and low loss coaxial cable that meets the demands of today's facility migration trends toward Serial Digital Video and HDTV standards.
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Canare L-5CHD 300METER Overview

The Canare L-5CHD Digital Video Coaxial Cable is a 100% sweep-tested and low loss coaxial cable that meets the demands of today's facility migration trends toward Serial Digital Video and HDTV standards.

Used for the following applications: Internal rack wiring, HD-Serial Digital Video, satellite head ends, HDTV upgrade, SMPTE 259M, 292M, and 424M, and broadband facilities
Highly foamed PE insulation allows further improvement in the attenuation characteristics
Multi-layer insulation in which each layer is given a different foaming ratio to increase strength
Tinned copper braid with aluminum foil provides excellent shielding

Canare L-5CHD 300METER Specs

Compatible WithFlame-Resistant UL 1666 Riser
Nominal O.D0.30" (7.7 mm)
Conductor O.D0.04" (1.2 mm)
Insulation O.D.0.19" (4.9 mm)
Brittle Point-22°F (-30°C)
ConductorInner Conductor
AWG: 17 (1/1.20A quantity/mm)
Outer Conductor
Shield Material Coverage & Composition (93% or more): 0.14TA mm, 7 ends, 24 carriers
ResistanceInner Resistance: ≤16.1
Outer Resistance: ≤8.2
Impedance75 ± 3 Ω
Nominal AttenuationAt 750 MHz: 15.6 dB
Length984' (300 m)
WeightNot specified by the manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight58.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.4 x 17.2 x 10.8"
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