Tourcat CAT5/6 Ethercon

Van Damme Cat5e, Screened/Shielded, Flexible – Line 6 Variax Digital Interface

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Flexible Cat5e EtherCON cable constructed using Van Damme Flexible Screened TourCat Cat5e cable and Neutrik NE8MC-1 RJ45 Shell connectors. Shielded RJ45 plugs grounded to the shells of the EtherCON’s on both ends

This cable is jet black in colour, with nickel silver coloured shell connectors, a choice of coloured boots and is available in a range of different lengths to suit your individual requirements.

Please Note:

This cable is terminated “Straight Through” meaning mapping of connections pin to pin from 1 to 8 (1 to 1, 2 to 2 etc.)

All cables ordered under 1m will have a visible cable length to match. For example, a 25cm cable will have 25cm of visible cable plus connectors.

Van Damme TourCat Flexible Cat5e Cable

Van Damme TourCat Flexible Cat5e cable is a stranded conductor foil shielded cable, making it very flexible and similar in feel to microphone cable making it particularly suitable for touring use.

Van Damme Cat6a, Screened/Shielded, Flexible – X32, S16, S32

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Shielded and Screened CAT6A EtherCON cables. Constructed using Van Damme Screened TourCat cable, Neutrik NE8MC-1 connectors and shielded and grounded RJ45 Plugs (RJ45 plugs grounded to the ethercon shells on both ends).

This cable is jet black in colour, with nickel silver coloured shell connectors and black boots, and is available in a range of different lengths to suit your individual requirements.

The new Van Damme TourCat Category 6A stranded conductor cables have been designed to provide 10G performance in the field, and also to ensure plenty of headroom when used for the common Gigabit and 100MBit protocols encountered in professional audio visual applications.

Van Damme TourCat Cat 6A S/FTP stranded conductor is a flexible PVC jacketed 26AWG stranded conductor cable with individually screened pairs and a 75% coverage overall braided screen.

Please Note: 

This cable is terminated “Straight Through” meaning mapping of connections pin to pin from 1 to 8 (1 to 1, 2 to 2 etc.)

 

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