Designed for applications where standard patch cables would fail, these exclusive ultra-flexible cable assemblies are rated to 10 million flex-cycles at 1.82" (46.4mm) for continuous motion and automation applications.
This new L-com ethernet cable series includes the TRD855HFB series which features shielded RJ45 connectors on each end of the assembly and Category 5e rated cable, the TRG515-P6D family which features shielded RJ45 connectors on one end and RJ45 GigE connectors on the other, and the TRG516-P6D family which features RJ45 GigE connectors on both ends of the assembly.
All of these new ethernet cables feature a tinned copper braided shield to protect against EMI/RFI interference and they are EIA568 color-coded for compatibility with standards based installation requirements. These new high-flex cables are ideal for continuous motion, factory automation, robotics and Machine Vision applications.
This new cable series was specifically designed to address the most stringent industrial requirements, providing rugged, high-flex cables that can stand up to continuous flexing and motion. In addition, the GigE connectors on some models ensure a secure connection when dealing with high vibration environments.
These left angle Category 6 patch cords are assembled with T568B four pair stranded cable, and are ideal for confined spaces. They consist of a foil shield with drain wire to protect signals from external noise, and a strain relief boot to reduce stress on the cable.
CAT6 is completely backward-compatible with current CAT5e equipment.
Introducing the Extron USB-C HD 101 USB-C to HDMI interface. This new interface provides USB-C video connectivity to HDMI device inputs, while supporting the power and charging needs for USB-C source devices. The USB-C HD 101 converts USB-C video to HDMI.
With Extron's NetPA® Ultra amplifiers, you benefit from our award winning XPA Ultra amplifiers in combination with immensely powerful Dante network audio distribution. Dante connectivity makes it supremely easy to distribute audio from a centralized location to decentralized remote amplifiers throughout a building or campus using standard network hardware.