Gepco unveils flexible HD coax cable

June 8, 2009
June 8, 2009--At InfoComm 2009 (June 17-19), Gepco will exhibit its VHD2001M extra-flexible RG6-type HD coax cable, designed for high-definition video applications. Certified to a 4.5 GHz bandwidth, VHD2001M is suited for the transmission of uncompressed HD video in patching or remote applications.

June 8, 2009--At InfoComm 2009 (June 17-19), Gepco will exhibit its VHD2001M extra-flexible RG6-type HD coax cable, designed for high-definition video applications. Certified to a 4.5 GHz bandwidth, VHD2001M is suited for the transmission of uncompressed HD video in patching or remote applications.

The cable features a precision stranded 18 AWG center conductor, a proprietary double-braided shield, and an extra-flexible matte PVC jacket. For the insulating dielectric, a proprietary crush-resistant, gas-injected polyethylene compound is designed to reduce attenuation and extend the operating bandwidth.

All critical electrical and mechanical characteristics are manufactured to precision tolerances to ensure accurate signal and data transmission. According to the company, electrical specifications meet or exceed the SMPTE 292M and SMPTE 24M standards for HD coax, while the mechanical dimensions conform to industry-leading tolerances that ensure consistent stripping and connector termination.

On the Web: www.gepco.com

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