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Metal Armored Cat5e Cable Fully Tested by L-com. Also HDMI, DVI, USB & D-Sub versions available.

by Stuart Berry May 29, 2018



L-com’s metal armored cables are designed for use in outdoor, industrial and military applications where the harshest environments exist. The rugged metal armor protects the cable from damage and features a 1,500 pound per square inch crush resistance.

Our metal armored cable assemblies are available in Ethernet, HDMI, DVI, USB, and D-Subminiature styles off the shelf.

Armored Ethernet Cable

L-com's most durable and rugged Cat5e cable line. The new Metal Armored TRD8RGMT line is designed for use in outdoor, industrial and military applications where the harshest environments exist and now has crush resistant metal armor. These robust assemblies are built using IP68, ruggedized RJ45 plugs and jacks. The Category 5e cable used in the cables is double shielded, high-flex, UV and Oil resistant and made with a FR-TPE (Flame Retardant Thermoplastic Elastomer) jacket that is CMX outdoor rated.

The metal armor protects the cable from damage and features a 1,500 pounds per square inch crush resistance. Superior shielding of both the cable and connectors ensures higher data transmission rates up to Gigabit Ethernet speeds. These cables offer complete moisture, dust, oil, UV and damage protection for your military, outdoor or industrial application. To suit every need, we offer all plug and jack combinations off the shelf in both Zinc Nickel and Anodized Aluminum finishes.Ethernet Armored Cables

Armored HDMI and DVI Cables

These unique HDMI and DVI cables feature a stainless steel crush resistant jacket over our premium HDMI cable to provide protection in applications where standard cables would be damaged due to excessive force. Crush resistance is 1500 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch). Additional features include rugged over mold connectors, 30 microinch gold plated contacts and double shielding which protects your A/V signals from EMI/RFI.DVI Armored Cables

Armored USB Cables

These unique u3a00001 and u3a00002 cables feature a stainless steel crush resistant jacket over a premium USB 3.0 cable. As with the other cables, crush resistance is 1500 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch). The 24 AWG USB power wires allow for maximum power transfer.

Armored D-Subminiature Cables

These unique CSMT9MM cables feature a stainless steel crush resistant jacket over a premium D-sub braid & foil shielded cable to provide protection in applications where standard cables would be damaged due to excessive force. In addition, a custom steel internal enclosure under the backshell mold provides further strength.D-Sub Armored Cables

Browse all our Armored Cables at ITM Components here.

Please browse our Armoured Cable PDF here.




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