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Connecting to the network

Connecting to the network

Connecting to the network

German cable manufacturer KLOTZ AIS has released the H3R88 series of hybrid cables which combine mains and data lines in just one cable. Remote equipment can be optimally integrated and interference due to different earth potentials is avoided. According to the manufacturer, this is particularly advantageous over longer distances. The HC72P15 hybrid cable enables a variety of applications as a connection for modern, computer-controlled devices. Two flexible Cat7 lines connect components of digital audio networks such as Dante, CobraNet and EtherSound or transmit DMX control signals based on the ArtNet, MA-Net or Pathport protocols. The cable also serves as a solution in the IT sector when a network connection plus power line is required. Thanks to the double shielding (Al foil + dense copper braiding) of the Cat7 cables, the interference-free transmission of high data rates over long distances is possible without any problems, even in electromagnetically influenced environments.

The KSH series connects guitars, basses or other electric instruments with bodypacks from Shure, Sennheiser and other manufacturers. The robust TQG (mini XLR 4p) plug reportedly ensures a secure connection to the bodypack transmitter and is optionally available with a screw cap (KSH-305 and KSH-307). On the instrument side, users can choose between straight and angled jack plugs with metal housing and gold-plated contacts. In addition, all KSH versions are also available with the Neutrik SilentPlug jack plug for a noise-free instrument change.

KLOTZ is also supplementing its range of speaker cables with the Neutrik’s FXX series speakON connectors. The FXX series replaces its FC and FX series predecessors and come with a twist-lock system featuring solid contacts with screw terminals, including strand protection. The ergonomic design with non-slip two-component housing and the locking socket with improved strain relief for a cable diameter of 6–16mm are said to make the connectors suitable for a wide range of professional speaker cables. The bend protection has been significantly improved by the new socket and the assembly has been simplified, as the strain relief mechanically locks with the insert and aligns with the housing. The FXX speakON connectors are certified according to IEC 61984, UL 1977 and CSA C22.2 No. 182.3.

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