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Tasker assembles cable drums

Tasker assembles cable drums

Tasker assembles cable drums

Tasker has created new audio, video and data assembled cable drums

Tasker has added a new line of assembled cable drums with PUR sheath cables and high-quality connectors and created three different categories according to application: audio, video and data. In the audio section, the TSK1038 PUR is a single pair DMX with a 2x 0.35mm² section and braided tinned copper shielding and the C862 is a double version (two 2x 0.35mm2) with added Kevlar traction inner elements. They can either be combined with the three- and five-pin Neutrik NC3M/FXX-B and NC5M/FXX-B XLR connectors if users want to have free connectors and a Schill GTRM series cable drum, or the cables can be provided with one Neutrik NC3MD-LX-B connector and one free, combined with the Schill GTS0 series cable drum.

In the video category are the T42 PUR, a coaxial HD-SDI with a stranded conductor and tinned copper double braid, and the TR11 PUR Extraflex, a triaxial cable with a stranded, silver-plated copper conductor and double braid, one in silver and the other in red copper. The T42 PUR can be combined with a Neutrik NBNC75BWU13 75Ω rearTWIST HD BNC connector, while for the TR11 PUR Extraflex, Tasker uses Fischer Connectors. Both solutions are assembled with Schill GTS0 (free/free connector combination) and GTRM (free/panel connector combination) series cable drums.

In the data section are the C725 PUR, C728 PUR and C726 PUR. The first is a Cat-5e S.-U.T.P. 26/19 AWG with total braided shielding and double sheath; the second a Cat-6A S.-F.T.P. 24/7 AWG with single shielded pairs with aluminium foil, tinned copper braid and double sheath; and the third a Cat-7 F.T.P. 26/7 AWG with single shielded pairs with aluminium foil and tinned copper braid. All three cables can be combined with Neutrik EtherCON NE8MC-B, NE8FDP-B and NE8MX6-B connectors, mounted on a Schill GTMFK series cable drum with a lockable door to protect the connectors.

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