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Fiber-Optic Systems
CONTENTS
Fiber-Optic Systems
Fiber optic system
Overview
EO/OE Converters
Analog Video Converters, AES Converters
100BASE-TX, RS-422/232 Converters, Repeater
CWDM Mux/Demux, Optical Splitter
Platform for Canare Plug-in Unit, HFO Transmission Device
HFO Camera Cables
HFO Assemblies
Hybrid Camera Cable Checkers
HFO Camera Connector Panels
Individual Panel Parts, Splice Enclosures
Connectors
4
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
Connectors
75Ω BNC
connectors
Cables
34
36
39
41
42
43
44
46
47
48
Q&A
Star Quad Cables
Two-Conductor Shielded Cables
Speaker Cables
OFC Line, RS422 Cables
AES/EBU Digital Audio Cables
75Ω Coaxial Cables
75Ω Coaxial Cables, Triaxial Cables
A/V Composite Cables
Ethernet Cables
Panels & Patchbays
Video patchbays
75Ω BNC Connectors
75Ω BNC PCB Mount Receptacles
75Ω BNC Connectors
75Ω BNC, 75Ω N Type Connectors
75Ω Triaxial Connectors
RCA Connectors, Phone Plugs
F Connectors
Cable Stripper, Crimp Tools
Impedance Transformers
Cables
Tools
19
23
25
26
27
28
29
30
33
75Ω coaxial cable for HDTV
49
51
52
53
54
Cable Reels
Connector Panels and Patchbays
75Ω Video Patchbays
75Ω Mid-Size Video Patchbays
Video Plugs
Unloaded Video Jack Panels
Connector Panels
Cable Reels
55
Cable Assemblies
Cable assemblies
Reels
Cable Assemblies
56
57
58
BNC, RCA
Video Patch, Audio Patch, XLR, LAN
Digital Audio
Contents
1
75Ω
DIN 1.0/2.3
75Ω
Crimp Type
Co
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Compact
Coaxial Connectors
BNC Connectors
75ΩConnector
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For L-2.5CHD,1855A
For L-3CFB
These mini input-output coaxial connectors
are ideal for routers, switchers, and similar
equipment. DIN1.0/2.3
75Ω Mini Coax Receptacles
( Board-Mounted Type )
Canare’s extensive knowledge of the
world of connectors now brings
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them in Canare’s shape
complying to the standard
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Ball lock mechanism
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the receptacle and keeps
the connector locked firmly
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Return Loss
(dB)
0
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SMPTE424M
Standard
-10
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
Conventional
-30
BCP-C5FA
-40
BCP-B Series
BCP-B5F
-50
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
Model
Compatible Cable
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Fiber-Optic Systems
Overview
Optical Transmission Systems in the Age of 3G
Comparison of Cable Characteristics
Optical Fiber
Coaxial
■ The Increasing Capacity of Transmission Signals
The current move toward HD digital signals carrying extremely fine
quality data has been radically increasing transmission signal bandwidth
requirements. Standards for serial video signal transmission with 4:4:4–
sampled Y/PB/Pr, too, have lately been bumped to 3Gbps by the Society of
Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) in the United States. Given
these industry trends, it’s clear that the bandwidth for transmission signals
used by broadcasters will only increase in coming years.
■ The Limitations of Coaxial Cables
Long
Narrow
Steadily increasing bandwidth requirements are already revealing limitations
in conventional coaxial cables. Such systems are already becoming too
unwieldy in terms of performance (attenuation), space factors, and equipment
management.
None
Transmission Range
Short
Space Required
Wide
Electromagnetic Induced Noise
Yes
Cable Diameters
Converting Trunk Lines to Optical Fiber
Even with 100 cores (lines), a fiber optic cable has an external diameter of just 11.5 mm.
Compare that to a typical coaxial cable and the difference is clear.
■ Trunk Lines Today
Trunk lines carry many different kinds of signals—video, synchronization,
audio, control, power supply—and consequently they’re usually comprised of
numerous different types of cables. As a result, conduits, electrical pits, and
ladders tend to overflow with cabling, leaving hardly any room when lines
must be added to upgrade or expand the system.
But, converting these disparate signals into optical signals and transmitting
them using fiber optic cables greatly reduces the need for so many specialized
cables. Converting trunk lines to fiber optics makes it much easier to design
and upgrade equipment and systems, because once laid these lines can
be used with considerable flexibility. Fiber optic cables also have smaller
diameters, meaning they take up less space, a clear advantage in alleviating
some of the problems of today’s cable-stuffed broadcasting facilities.
■ Freedom of Line & Equipment Layout
Fiber optic cable
(100 cores)
∅11.5mm
This thin strand
contains 4 optical
fiber cores
Coaxial cable
5C-FB ∅7.7mm
Example of an Optical Fiber Trunk Line
HD-SDI signals can travel only about 100 meters over standard coaxial cables
(5C-FB). This means that when wiring rooms and buildings with coaxial
cables, it’s sometimes difficult to achieve an optimal layout or position
equipment where it will be most convenient and useful.
Further, signal transmissions often need to cover unexpectedly long distances,
and fiber optic cables, with their transmission distance measured in tens of
kilometers, win hands-down over coaxial cables. This flexibility alleviates
much of the conventional worry about cable routing and allows the equipment
itself to take center stage.
The cost of optical signal converters has dropped radically, too—most can be
had for a few hundred dollars—making it difficult these days to find reasons
not to introduce fiber optic systems!
Fiber optic systems are used in signal transmissions within a single broadcast station,
or between a main building and an annex building.
Main Building
Optical Converter
Annex Building
Optical Fiber
Coaxial
4
Fiber-Optic Systems
Overview
Video
HD-SDI
■ It is not just the HD-SDI signal
It is not just the HD-SDI signal that is converted into optical signals. For
example, there is a case in which the HD-SDI signal is converted into
optical signals along with the control signal to transmit video images
during recording in a studio. Converting various signals into optical signals
allows them to be transmitted through fiber-optic cables, eliminating
the necessity of separately preparing metal cables.
■ Advantages of Fiber Optic Transmission in the Field
Digital Audio
AES-3id
Fiber-Optic Systems
Diversified Needs for Optical Conversion
Control
RS-422/RS-232
Network
100BASE-TX
Canare FCB Series
Video images from handheld high-definition cameras can be converted into optical signals
and sent over fiber optic cable to an on-site remote broadcasting truck.
With it now so easy to convert transmissions into optical signals, fiber optic
systems are better suited than ever to field recording applications. Newly
developed extra-strong, extra-bendable optical fibers have finally reduced
past concerns about cable durability, meaning that in applications like remote
broadcasting, video, audio and other signals can all be transmitted on a single
cable, one of the inherent merits of fiber optic systems.
Connectors
FCB-FM3W2
FCB-FM3W1
(See page 10)
Important Fiber Optic Line Considerations
■ Minimum Light Receiving Power
Light Receiving Power and Error Rate
g
1E-09
-27
g
-26
-25
Cables
Light Receiving Power (dBm)
-24.3dBm -24 -23.6dBm
-23
1E-10
Error Rate
1E-11
1E-12
1E-13
1E-14
Panels & Patchbays
In optical transmission, transmission quality is evaluated by the relationship
between “light receiving power” and “error rate.” Error rate is dependent upon
the signal to noise ratio (S/N), but since the noise level is thought of as being
at a set level independent of the signal strength, the strength of the signal (light
receiving power) at the receiver influences S/N considerably, in turn affecting
the error rate. Therefore, to maintain a specified transmission quality, it is
necessary to design light receiving power to be above the minimum light
receiving power of the receiver.
The graph at right shows the light receiving power and error rate within
the combination of the EO-100B and OE-151. From this graph, we can
estimate that to get an error rate of 2✕10-18 (to ensure a probability of 1
for transmission errors during 10 years of continuous operation), the light
receiving power of the OE-151 must be set greater than -24.3dBm assuming
the signal source and EO-100B are connected by a coaxial cable 1 meter in
length (SMPTE connection standard). If the signal source and EO-100B are
connected by a coaxial cable 190 meters in length, then the OE-151 light
receiving power must be more than -23.6dBm, from which we can see that
the light receiving power deteriorates by about 1dB as compared with the
connection standard.
5CFB : 1m (Standard)
1E-15
5CFB : 190m
1E-16
1E-17
2×10 -18
1E-18
TX : EO-100B, RX : OE-151
■ Loss Budget (LB)
Loss Budget
Diagram
Loss budget is the difference between the optical power output (P1)
from the EO converter and the light reception sensitivity (P2) of the OE
converter.
Cable Reels
In EO/OE system design, 1) cable attenuation loss, 2) connector insertion
loss, 3) fusion splice connection loss, and 4) Mux/DeMux insertion
loss have to be calculated so that they are less than the loss budget
(LB) of the optic link. For HD/SD-SDI system, since the Mux/DeMux loss
is greater than that of the fiber attenuation loss, it would be essential
you to consider such loss elements when you configure the system.
LB = P1–P2
Example) If the optical power output P1 = –3.5dBm and the reception
sensitivity P2 = –24dBm:
LB = –3.5dBm – (–24dBm) = 20.5dB
Optic
Output
Loss Attenuation
Optic
Receiving
Distance
EO
EO
EO
1 1471nm
2
1
M
u
x
8 1611nm
Fiber-Optic
1+2+...+8
WDM
WDM
D
e
M
u
x
2
8
OE
OE
OE
1310nm
EO
OE
Value
0.5dB/Point
2~3dB/Point
0.5dB/Point
0.3dB/km(*)
0.5dB/Main 10dB/Branch
3dB/Point
0.2dB/Point
2~6dB
Cable Assemblies
Margin
1
2
3
4
Loss Factor
Connector Insertion Loss
Mux/De Mux
WDM coupler
Fiber Cable
Splitter
Divider
Fusion Splice Loss
System Margin
* 0.5~1.0dB/km for Dark fiber
Fiber-Optic Systems
5
Fiber-Optic Systems
Overview
Optical Module Lineup
Canare provides a wide selection of optical modules for your ideal system design.
■ Optical Converters
HD-SDI
SD-SDI
DVB-ASI
Digital Video
EO-100B
CWDM
EO-100A-**
Multi format
Embedded audio capable
OE-101B
Slot Occupancy : 1
(page 6)
Slot Occupancy : 1 (page 6)
NTSC
PAL
Analog Video
EO-700
Slot Occupancy : 1
OE-701
Slot Occupancy : 1
(page 7)
AES-3id
Digital Audio
EO-500-**
OE-501
(page 7)
Slot Occupancy : 5
Slot Occupancy : 5
100BASE-TX
Ethernet
TRM-210
TRM-211
(page 8)
Slot Occupancy : 2
Slot Occupancy : 2
RS-422
RS-232
Control
TRM-220
TRM-221
Slot Occupancy : 3
Slot Occupancy : 3
(page 8)
■ Optical Splitter (page 9)
FDM-2 Slot Occupancy : 3
FDM-4 Slot Occupancy : 4
■ Platform for Canare Plug-in Unit (page 10)
161UPSC
6PS
2PS
Number of Slots : 16
Number of Slots : 6
Number of Slots : 2
FCWDM16
FCWDM8/1
■ Mux/Demux (page 9)
6
Fiber-Optic Systems
FCWDM-8
Slot Occupancy : 8
Overview
Multiplexing (CWDM)
Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM)
WDM is the simplest form of multiplexing and uses two wavelengths of
1310nm and 1551nm. Unlike when using and potical divider, insertion loss
can be kept below 0.5dB.
1+ 2+ ... + 8
2
8 1611nm
1471 ~ 1611nm
( 20nm Step)
8-wavelength trasmission
1471nm
1491nm
1511nm
1531nm
1551nm
1571nm
1591nm
1611nm
■ Optical Converter (TX for CWDM)
EO converter
for CWDM
EO-100A-**
Mux/Demux
FCWDM-8
0.5
0.8
1.0
1.2
Wavelengths
1.4
Panels & Patchbays
Transmission Loss
EO-100A-47
EO-100A-49
EO-100A-51
EO-100A-53
EO-100A-55
EO-100A-57
EO-100A-59
EO-100A-61
Cables
Canare’s CWDM optical converter uses a DFB laser, which offers a much
tighter spectrum than FP lasers. Up to 16 different wavelengths fall within
1271nm and 1611 nm in 20nm
Optical Fiber Transmission
intervals. The wavelengths in the
Loss Characteristics
20nm grid between 1391nm and
(dB/km)
1411nm are not used because their
Water Peak
proximity to the water peak results in
1310nm
1471nm
1611nm
too much attenuation.
1271nm
1.0
0.1
8
Connectors
Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM)
CWDM systems use 8 wavelengths (20nm grid) primarily between 1471nm
and 1611nm. To these it is also possible to add 8 more between 1271nm
and 1451nm to allow a maximum of 16 wavelengths to be carried as a
single multiplexed transmission. An ultra-thin membrane filter on the optical
multiplexer/demultiplexer (mux/demux) keeps insertion loss at just 2-3dB.
*CWDM standardized through ITU G695.
2
1
Mux
“Multiplexing” is a technology that allows multiple signals with different
wavelengths to be transmitted together over a single optical fiber. Three
general types of multiplexing — WDM, CWDM and DWDM — offer increasing
signal-carrying capacites, as described below.
Optical Fiber
De Mux
1 1471nm
■ Multiplexing
Fiber-Optic Systems
Wavelength Multiplexing Systems
1.6
(μm)
20nm Step
■ Optical Multiplexer/Demultiplexers
Fiber-Optic
cable
Cable Reels
The optical signals output from the optical converter (TX) are combined into a
single signal by the multiplexer (mux) and transmitted along a single optical
fiber. At the receiving end, these combined optical signals are demultiplexed
(demux) to split them back into their original component 8 signals.
Optical mux/demuxers are bi-directional, so the same model can be used
for transmitting and receiving on each end. It’s also possible to use 4
wavelengths out of the 8 for transmitting and the remaining four for receiving.
Both 8-wavelength and 16-wavelength models are available, and combining
these with an optical converter allows a variety of system contructions with
many uses.
■ Optical Converter (RX)
Canare’s optical converter (RX) converts a light signal comprised of 8
different wavelengths into electrical signals. This converter is common to all
wavelengths and one converter is required for each wavelength.
Mux/Demux
FCWDM-8
Eight Canare optical converters and an FCWDM-8 mux/demuxer can be
installed compactly on a single 161UPSC 1U-size platform, effectively
allowing an 8-wavelength transmission system to be achieved in just 1U
of space.
Cable Assemblies
Once optical fiber cables have been laid, multiplexing the transmissions
carried on them eliminates the need to purchase and install new cables
when more transmission lines are needed.
OE converter
OE-101B
Note: Please use with canare platform.
Fiber-Optic Systems
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Fiber-Optic Systems
EO/OE Converters
HD-SDI EO/OE Converters
Canare’s answer for HD-SDI distribution. We upgraded our EO/OE modules
and offer them at lower prices.
■ Electric to Optic Converters (TX)
Model
EO-100B
★ EO-140
★ EO-160
Wavelength
Emission
1310nm
-3.5dBm
Equalizer
Yes
No
Yes
Reclocker
Yes
No
No
★ Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
EO-100B
EO-140
Slot Occupancy : 1 slot
Dimensions : 17 x 43.4 x 78.4mm
Weight : 77g
EO-160
■ Electric to Optic Converters for CWDM (TX)
Model
EO-100A-**
Wavelength
1271 - 1611nm
Emission
-2.5dBm
Equalizer
Yes
Reclocker
Yes
** Please see the following ordering information for complete model number.
Ordering Information for EO100A-**
EO-100A - 47
EO-100A-**
Wavelength
47 1471nm
49 1491nm
51 1511nm
53 1531nm
55 1551nm
57 1571nm
59 1591nm
61 1611nm
27
29
31
33
35
37
43
45
1271nm
1291nm
1311nm
1331nm
1351nm
1371nm
1431nm
1451nm
Slot Occupancy : 1 slot
Dimensions : 17 x 43.4 x 79.2mm
Weight : 58g
■ Optic to Electric Converters (RX)
Model
OE-101B
★ OE-151
Wavelength
Sensitivity
1200 to 1620nm
-24dB
Reclocker
Yes
No
★ Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Key Features and Benefits
● Multi format - HD-SDI (up to 1.485Gbps), SD-SDI and DVB-ASI
● Embedded audio capable
● Handles pathological test pattern
● No-reclocker models support wide bit rate range. (50Mbps to 1485Mbps)
● Compact design - Maximum 16 mudules within 1RU
● Hot swappable
● Cost effective
● Easy to use - BNC and SC-type connector.
OE-101B
OE-151
Slot Occupancy : 1 slot
Dimensions : 17 x 43.4 x 78.4mm
Weight : 77g
Note: No-equalizer models are usable only in case of the coaxial cable part
in a system is short and allow further cost reduction.
HD-SDI Transmission Distance (for Reference)
* Condition: line loss 0.5dB/km
Coaxial Cable
HD-SDI
HD-SDI
Optical Fiber
Solution 1
Solution 2
Solution 3
Solution 4
8
L-5CFB
180m
150m
100m
10m
(L-3CFB)
(120m)
(100m)
(060m)
(006m)
EO-100B
EO-100B
EO-160
EO-140
30km
25km
20km
10km
Fiber-Optic Systems
OE-101B
OE-151
OE-151
OE-151
Analog Video Converters, AES Converters
Model
Fiber-Optic Systems
Analog Video Optical Converters
Description
NTSC/PAL Electric to Optic Converter
NTSC/PAL Optic to Electric Converter
★ EO-700
★ OE-701
★ Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Key Features and Benefits
● Supports both NTSC and PAL video signals.
● Tri-Level Sync can be transmitted.
● Extends communications up to 45 km (condition: line loss 0.5dB/km)
EO-700
Specifications
Typical Compliances
EO-700
OE-701
Electric to Optic
Optic to Electric
1310nm
1200 to 1620nm
-3.5dBm
-26dBm
1 x 75 BNC/INPUT
1 x 75 BNC/OUTPUT
1 x SC-type (Single Mode)
60dB
6MHz
SMPTE 170M, ITU-R BT.470, CB, CE
UL/cUL, FCC Part15 ClassA, FDA, RoHS
Connectors
Model
Convertibility
Wavelength
Emission/Sensitivity
Analog Video I/O Connector
Optic Connector
Signal to Noise Ratio
Bandwidth
OE-701
Slot Occupancy : 1 slot
Dimensions : 17 x 43.4 x 78.4mm
Weight : 84g
Cables
AES 3id Optical Converters
AES-3id optical converters multiplex and optically convert AES signals from
up to 8 ports (16 audio channels) to allow them to be transmitted over long
distances. Further, eight different types of TX (distinguished by emittedlight
wavelengths from 1471nm to 1611nm) use coarse wavelength division
multiplexing (CWDM) to allow AES signals from up to 64 ports (128
audio channels) to be transmitted via a single fiber-optic cable.
EO-500-55
Description
AES-3id Electric to Optic Converter
AES-3id Optic to Electric Converter
Panels & Patchbays
Model
★ EO-500-**
★ OE-501
** Please see the following ordering information for complete model number.
★ Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Key Features and Benefits
● AES-3id-1995 and SMPTE 276M
● Fully asynchronous multiplex transmission.
● Word clock can be transmitted (30kHz to 50kHz).
● Dolby-E compatible
EO-500
AES1
EO
AES1
Demux
OE-501
AES2
OE
AES8
Slot Occupancy : 5 slots
Dimensions : 76.2 x 43.4 x 91mm
Weight : 170g
AES8
BNC
Cable Reels
Mux
(TDM)
AES2
OE-501
Optical Fiber
BNC
Specifications
Typical Compliances
EO-500-**
OE-501
Electric to Optic
Optic to Electric
DFB-LD
PIN-PD
1471 to 1611nm
-3.0dBm
-26dBm
8 x 75 BNC / Input
8 x 75 BNC / Output
161UPSC (3), 6PS (1)
1 x SC-type (Single Mode)
30KHz to 50KHz
DC5V, 2.5W
0 to 40°C
AES-3id-1995, SMPTE 276M, CB, CE, UL/cUL,
FCC, FDA, EMC, IEC 60825-1 Class 1 Laser
Ordering Information
EO Convertibility Type
EO
Electric to Optic
OE
Optic to Electric
LD/PD Type
500
DFB-LD
501
PIN-PD
Fiber-Optic Systems
500
- 47
Cable Assemblies
Model
Convertibility
LD/PD
Wavelength
Emission/Sensitivity
AES in/out
Platform (Max. Unit)
Optic Connector
Sampling Rate
Power Req., Consump.
Operating Temperature
Wavelength (EO-500 Only)
47 1471nm
49 1491nm
51 1511nm
53 1531nm
55 1551nm
57 1571nm
59 1591nm
61 1611nm
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Fiber-Optic Systems
100BASE-TX, RS-422/232 Converters, Repeater
100BASE-TX Optical Converters
Model
Wavelength
1310nm
1550nm
★ TRM-210
★ TRM-211
Receptacle Connector
1 x SC, 1 x RJ45
1 x SC, 1 x RJ45
★ Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Key Features and Benefits
● Media convertert for Fast Ethernet.
● Auto MDI/MDX
● Extends communications up to 34 km (condition : line loss 0.5dB/km)
● Bi-directional optical interface
TRM-210
Optical Fiber
TRM-210
TRM-211
TRM-211
100BASE-TX
100BASE-TX
SC
RJ45
UTP(100BASE-TX)
SC
Slot Occupancy : 2 slots
Dimensions : 35.5 x 43.4 x 76.2mm
Weight : 103g
RJ45
100m
34km
Optical Fiber
Note1: Please use TRM-210 and TRM-211, in pairs.
Note2: 10BASE-T is unsupported.
RS-422/RS-232 Optical Converters
Model
Wavelength
1310nm
1550nm
★ TRM-220
★ TRM-221
Receptacle Connector
1 x SC, 1 x D-sub 9 pin (F) w/4-40 screws
1 x SC, 1 x D-sub 9 pin (F) w/4-40 screws
★ Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Key Features and Benefits
● TIA-422, SMPTE 207M, RS-232
● Usable in a case of RS-422 <=> RS-232
● Extends communications up to 34 km (condition: line loss 0.5dB/km)
● Bi-directional optical interface
TRM-220
RS-422
RS-232
Dsub9pin
Optical Fiber
SC
TRM-221
SC
Dsub9pin
TRM-220
TRM-221
RS-422
RS-232
Slot Occupancy : 3 slots
Dimensions : 54 x 43.4 x 76.2 mm
Weight : 110g
Note: Please use TRM-220 and TRM-221 in pairs.
HD-SDI Signal Repeater
Model
Description
Video Format
Interface Connector
Compliances
EE-100
HD-SDI Signal Repeater (Electric to Electric)
HD-SDI: 1.485Gbps, 1.485/1.001Gbps
SD-SDI: 143Mbps, 177Mbps, 270Mbps, 360Mbps, 540Mbps
DVB-ASI: 270Mbps (Disables for SD-SDI 177Mbps)
2 x 75 BNC
SMPTE 259M and 292M, DVB-ASI EN 50083-9, ARIB BTA S-004B
CE, RoHS, FCC Part15Class A
Key Features and Benefits
● Additionally expandable: 120m for HD-SDI and 320m for SD-SDI thru
L-5CFB
● Multi format - supports HD-SDI, SD-SDI and DVB-ASI
● Embedded audio capable
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EE-100
Slot Occupancy : 1 slot
Dimensions : 17x 43.4 x 79.2 mm
Weight : 60g
CWDM Mux/Demux, Optical Splitter
Fiber-Optic Systems
CWDM Mux/Demux
Canare CW series is bi-directional Mux/DeMux of up to 16 wavelengths.
You can send/receive 16ch of HD-SDI signals in one fiber. Incredibly compact
module FCWDM-8 enables 8 EO/OE modules and CWDM within 1RU frame.
★
★
★
★
Model
FCWDM-8
FCWDM8/1
FCWDM8/2
FCWDM16
FCWDM-8
Description
Module Type for 161UPSC, 1x 8CWDM
1RU Rack Mount Type, 1x 8CWDM
1RU Rack Mount Type, 2x 8CWDM
1RU Rack Mount Type, 1x 16CWDM
★ Production by order
Connectors
Key Features and Benefits
● Bi-directional 8 or 16 wavelengths.
● Passive and stand-alone products.
● FCWDM-8 can be loaded into 161UPSC.
● Easy to use - Just plug in SC-type connectors.
● Cost Effective
(Rear View)
<Loading example (rear view of 161UPSC)>
EO Converter for CWDM
EO-100A-47~61
Cables
Mux/DeMux
FCWDM-8
Specifications
Model
FCWDM-8
Wavelength
FCWDM8/1 (8/2)
1471 to 1611nm
Channel Spacing
20nm
Passband width
>15nm
Insertion Loss
<2.5dB
Isolation
>30dB
Refection Attenuation
≥45dB
Operating Temperature
0 to 70°C
Dimensions
146x 43.4x 100.2mm
482.6x 44x 362.3mm
Weight
255g
2520g (2696g)
2550g
FCWDM16
Panels & Patchbays
FCWDM16
1271nm to
1611nm
20nm except for
1372 to 1431nm
>13nm
<3.3dB
(Rear View)
Optical Splitter
Model
Wavelength
Description
1x2 Splitter for Single Mode Fiber
1x4 Splitter for Single Mode Fiber
1261 to 1611nm
Cable Reels
★ FDM-2
★ FDM-4
★ Production by order
Key Features and Benefits
● Divides single optical input into multiple optical output.
● Passive and stand-alone products.
● Can be loaded into platform for Canare plug-in unit.
● Easy to use - Just plug in SC-type connectors.
● Low insertion loss.
Slot Occupancy : 3 slots
Dimensions : 54 x 43.4 x 82 mm
Weight : 83g
Insertion Loss
Cable Assemblies
FDM-2
FDM-4
SC
-5.0dB
-8.5dB
-5.0dB
-8.5dB
SC
-8.5dB
SC
-8.5dB
SC
FDM-4
Slot Occupancy : 4 slots
Dimensions : 72 x 43.4 x 82 mm
Weight : 110g
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Platform for Canare Plug-in Unit, HFO Transmission Device
Platform for canare Plug-in Unit
Canare PS series is platform for plug-in units of EO/OE, EE, TRM, and other
modules. The robust 1RU rack mountable and space efficient portable frames
are available.
Model
161UPSC
6PS
2PS
Dimensions : 434 x 44 x 340 mm
Weight : 4500g
Description
1RU Rack Mount Type, 16 Slots
Portable Type, 6 Slots
Palm Size, 2 Slots
Key Features and Benefits
● Compact design - Maximum 16 modules within 1RU
● Hot swappable
● 4 type of alarm signals can be output via Dsub-9P(F) connector (161UPSC).
● Redundant power supply for 161UPSC with secondary PSM2
Specifications
Model
161UPSC
Number of Slots
Power Requirement
16
AC100 to 240V
Power Consumption
Max. 40W
Power Connectors
AC3P Jack x2
Power Supply to Modules
Operating Temperature
Typical Compliances
6PS
2PS
Dimensions : 210 x 44 x 165 mm
Weight : 780g
6
2
AC100 to 200V, DC 12V
DC 5V
Max. 60VA (AC100V)
Max. 80VA (AC200V)
Max. 4W
Max. 18W (DC12V)
XLR2 Male (AC)
XLR4 Male (DC)
XLR4 Male (DC)
DC5V
DC5V
0 to 40°C
DC5V
-10 to 40°C
CB,CE,UL/cUL,KC,RoHS;
FCC Part15 Subpart B Class A
FCC15B ClassA
2PS
Dimensions : 90 x 44 x 110 mm
Weight : 200g
HFO Transmission Device with EO/OE Modules
Canare FCB series feature Hybrid Fiber Optic (HFO) camera connector
interface with EO/OE modules inside. You can optimize HD/SDI equipment,
which doesn’t have optic connector interface.
Model
6PS
FCB-FM3W2
Description
EO/OE Box with SMPTE HFO Connector (Female)
EO/OE Box with SMPTE HFO Connector (Male)
★ FCB-FF3W1
★ FCB-FM3W2
★ Production by order
*TAJIMI compatible type (OC Series) is also available.
*Please contact Canare for more information.
Key Features and Benefits
● All-in-one solution EO/OE modules and power unit
● Ideal for outside broadcasting
● Maximizing existing HFO camera assemblies
● Flexible configuration for EO/OE modules
● AC and DC input redundancy
FCB-FF3W1
Specifications
Model
EO/OE Config.
SDI1 Slot
SDI2 Slot
HFO Connector
SDI I/O Connector
EXT Connector
Power Requirement
Power Consumption
Power Connector
Operating Temperature
FCB-FF3W1
EO-100B
OE-101B
Canare FCFRA
(SMPTE, Female)
FCB-FM3W2
OE-101B
EO-100B
Canare FCMRA
(SMPTE, Male)
2x 75 ohm BNC
2x XLR3 Female
2x XLR3 Male
AC100 to 240V, DC 12V
Max. 5W
AC3P Jack XLR4 Male (DC)
0 to 40°C
Rear view
HD Truck
HD Monitor
Coax
Coax
HD Camera
FCB-FM3W2
HD-SDI
Output
12
FCB-FF3W1
HFO camera cable
FCC**B
Fiber-Optic Systems
HFO Camera Cables
Key Features and Benefits
● SMPTE 311M
● Meets HDTV Camera systems
Type
Sales Nom.
Weight Outer
units O.D.
kg/100m Jacket
(m) (mm)
Model
LF-2SM7R
LF-2SM7R
● Rugged and flexible construction
7.1
Tension
Bend Temp.
Overall
Tolerance
Radius Range
Shield
(N)
Abrasionresistance 8/24/0.10TA
91%
Elastomer
6.8
● Slim and Light (LF-2SM7R)
Channel Unit
Signal
Aux. (Power)
(Control)
Fiber
2x SM9.2/125μm
2x 25AWG,
2x 23AWG,
Kevlar+PVC Jacket
7/0.18TA
25/0.12TA
(1x BLU, 1x YEL) (1x CLR, 1x RED) (1x BLK, 1x WHT)
Unit OD: 1.7mm Unit OD: 1.2mm Unit OD: 1.35mm
300
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SMPTE311M Hybrid Fiber-optic Camera Cables
Strength
Member
1x 18AWG,
19/0.24
(1x CLR)
Unit OD: 1.4mm
Jacket color : black
Please 9.2
contact
Canare
sales.
LF-2SM9
LF-2SM9RB
2x SM9.5/125μm
Kevlar+PVC Jacket
(1x BLU, 1x YEL)
Unit OD: 1.7mm
12.0
PVC
x6 over of -40°C to
Nom. O.D. +75°C 2x SM9.5/125μm
(1x BLU, 1x YEL)
Unit OD: 0.9mm
12.0
★ LF-2SM12
12.0
18.0
Abrasionresistance
Elastomer
(Inner
Jacket: PVC)
★ LF-2SM16
16.0
29.0
PVC
(Double)
9/24/0.10TA
91%
2x 25AWG,
4x 20AWG,
7/0.18TA
21/0.18TA
2x SM9.5/125μm (1x GRY, 1x RED) (2x BLK, 2x WHT)
Unit
OD:
1.2mm
Unit
OD: 1.7mm
Kevlar+PVC Jacket
(1x BLU, 1x YEL)
Unit OD: 1.7mm
700
1x 15AWG,
19/0.24
(1x CLR)
Unit OD: 2.6mm
2x SM9.5/125μm
(1x BLU, 1x YEL)
Unit OD: 0.9mm
★ Production by order. Contact Canare sales for details.
LF-2SM9:
Ideal for fixed HDTV system installments
LF-2SM12, LF-2SM16: Rugged construction, double jacket
LF-2SM7R: OD 7mm of slim profile and 43% lighter than LF-2SM9R, best fit
for mobile applications.
LF-2SM9RB: Durable OD 9mm hybrid cable features abrasion-resistance PVC
jacket and Kevlar+PVC jacketed fiber units.
Best fit for all studio and outside broadcast applications.
-most commonCross Section
Note :
The power supply distance depends on HFO camera cable voltage drop and the system
used.
Calculate the distance using the graph below provided as a guideline.
Panels & Patchbays
Voltage Drop
0
LF-2SM7R
LF-2SM9RB
LF-2SM9
LF-2SM12
LF-2SM16
−10
C
M
P
P
P
C
C
P
F
F
M
F
P
P
C
C
P
P
F
C
C
M
F
P
P
P
P
F
C
C
M
F
P
P
P
F
P
C
M
P
Voltage drop (V)
LF-2SM9RB
F
Cables
Jacket color : black
Connectors
LF-2SM9RB
P
F
−20
−30
LF-2SM7R
−40
−50
Key:
F
C
F : Kevler+PVC Jacketed Fiber
C
−60
: Signal (Control)
M
F
F : Fiber
P
P
: Aux (Power)
: Strength
Member
0
500
1000
1500
2000
Length (m)
2500
3000
<Condition>
Power consumption : 50W
Ambient temperature : 20C
Type
★
LF-2SM7R-3P
Jacket color : black
★
crosssection view
Model
No. of
ch.
1
3 2
LF-2SM7R-3P
3
1
5
2
4 3
LF-2SM7R-5P
5
Sales
units
(m)
Tension
Nom.
Bend
Unit O.D. Weight Outer
Tolerance
O.D.
Radius
(mm) kg/100m Jacket
(N)
(mm)
Please
contact
Canare
sales.
19.4
36
7.1
23.7
PVC
56
900
Temp.
Range
6 x over
-30°C to
of Nom.
+75°C
O.D.
Unit composition
Refer to LF-2SM7R
■ Cross-sectional View of LF-2SM7R-P
Filler
Sheath
Over tape 1,2
1
3 2
2SM7R Unit
3CH
Filler
1
2
5
4 3
Sheath
Over tape 1,2
2SM7R Unit
5CH
■ Unit ID: by printed channel numbers
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Cable Assemblies
★ Production by order. Contact Canare sales for details.
LF-2SM7R-P SERIES
● Canare multi channel hybrid fiber cables are now available in 3 or
5-channel format.
LF-2SM7R-P is designed with thin OD and light weight for ease of mobile
HD applications.
Cable Reels
HFO Camera Cable (Multi Channel)
Fiber-Optic Systems
HFO Assemblies
HFO Camera Cable Assemblies
Key Features and Benefits
● SMPTE 304M, 311M, and ARIB BTA S-1005B compliant.
● Connector body material is stainless steel
● Return loss: 45dB or greater (=1.3μm)
● Insertion loss: 0.5dB or less (=1.3μm)
■ HFO Camera Cable Assemblies
Type
FCFA
Heat Shrink Tubes
Model
Heat Shrink Tubes
FCMA
LF-2SM9RB
★ FCC10B
★ FCC20B
50
FCC100B
100
★ FCC50A-WJ
50
★ FCC100A-WJ
100
Jacket color : black
Heat Shrink Tubes
Heat Shrink Tubes
FCMA
LF-2SM16
L
Jacket color : black
20
FCC50B
L
FCFA
Length (m)
10
FCFA, FCF7
★ Production by order. Custom lengths order available.
* TAJIMI compatible type (OC series) is also available. Please contact Canare for more information.
Color Rings
● FCC**A-WJ series prevent the cable from catching on skirt of camera pedestal.
● 2 each of 7 color rings included.
FCC**B, FCC**A-WJ
FCFA
■ Slim HFO Camera Cable Assemblies
Type
FCF7
Heat Shrink Tubes
Heat Shrink Tubes
FCM7
LF-2SM7R
L
Jacket color : black
FCMA, FCM7
★
★
★
★
★
Model
FCC10A-7R
Length (m)
10
FCC20A-7R
20
FCC30A-7R
30
FCC50A-7R
50
FCC100A-7R
100
4
1
5
3
6
2
FCMA
1
2
3
4
5
6
BLU
YEL
GRY
RED
BLK
BLK
WHT
WHT
Fiber-optic
Fiber-optic
Control
Control
Power line
Power line
Power line
Power line
(SM17)
(SM17)
(C02E)
(C02E)
(P05E)
(P05E)
(P05E)
(P05E)
BLU
YEL
GRY
RED
BLK
BLK
WHT
WHT
1
2
3
4
5
3
1
6
4
5
2
6
Wiring Diagram
★ Production by order. Custom lengths order available.
* TAJIMI compatible type (OC series) is also available. Please contact Canare for more information.
● Equipped Slim HFO cables; LF-2SM7R plus specialized connector.
● 43% lighter and 22% thinner than regular HFO assemblies.
● 2 each of 7 color rings included.
Note: Power supply distance for FCC**A-7R shortens to approximately 1/4 of that of the FCC**B
and FCC**A-WJ series.
■ Slim HFO Camera Cable Assemblies (Multi Channel Fantails)
Type
FCF7
Heat Shrink Tubes
Heat Shrink Tubes
FCM7
LF-2SM7R-3P
L
Jacket color : black
FCF7
FCM7
Heat Shrink Tubes
Heat Shrink Tubes
LF-2SM7R-5P
L
Jacket color : black
★
★
★
★
★
Model
F3-FCC10A-7R
Length (m)
10
F3-FCC20A-7R
20
F3-FCC30A-7R
30
F3-FCC50A-7R
50
F3-FCC100A-7R
100
★ F5-FCC10A-7R
10
★ F5-FCC20A-7R
20
★ F5-FCC30A-7R
30
★ F5-FCC50A-7R
50
★ F5-FCC100A-7R
100
FCC**A-7R
FCC**A-7R, F*-FCC**A-7R
FCF7
4
1
5
3
6
2
FCM7
1
2
3
4
YEL
BLU
RED
CLEAR
5
BLK
WHT
6
Fiber-optic
Fiber-optic
Control
Control
(SM17)
(SM17)
(C02E)
(C02E)
YEL
BLU
RED
CLEAR
1
2
3
4
Power line (P03EA)
BLK
5
Power line (P03EA)
WHT
Wiring Diagram
★ Production by order. Custom lengths order available.
* TAJIMI compatible type (OC series) is also available. Please contact Canare for more information.
● Equipped Slim HFO cables; LF-2SM7R-*P plus specialized connector.
● Color rings included.
Note: Power supply distance for F*-FCC**A-7R shortens to approximately 1/4 of that of the
FCC**B and FCC**A-WJ series.
F5-FCC10A-7R
<Example of Uses>
Stadium
O.B. Van
Slim HFO Camera Cable
O.B. Van Rack
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6
3
1
6
4
5
2
HFO Assemblies
Type
Model
FCFRCA
FCMA
Heat Shrink Tubes
Heat Shrink Tubes
Fiber-Optic Systems
Hybrid Fiber-optic Camera Cable Assemblies (Flanged Type)
Length (m)
★ FCC05A-FRCM
5
★ FCC10A-FRCM
10
★ FCC05A-FMRC
5
★ FCC10A-FMRC
10
LF-2SM9
L
Jacket color : black
FCFA
FCFRCA
IU-FCF-SET included
Heat Shrink Tubes
FCMRCA
Heat Shrink Tubes
LF-2SM9
L
IU-FCM-SET included
★ Production by order.
* TAJIMI compatible type (OC series) is also available. Please contact Canare for more information.
● HFO camera cable with the flange for panel mounting.
● SMPTE 304M, 311M, and ARIB BTA S-1005B compliant.
● Return loss: 45dB or greater (=1.3μm) .
● Insertion loss: 0.5dB or less (=1.3μm) .
● Connector body material is stainless steel.
● 2 each of 7 color rings and insulation plates included.
Connectors
Jacket color : black
FCMRCA
■ Hole Dimensions
(with IU-FC*-SET)
IU-FC*-SET
∅ 40
34
Color Rings
4-M3 or ∅ 3.2
34
Hybrid Fiber-optic Receptacle Cables (SMPTE/ARIB)
FCFRA
Braid Tube
Model
Cables
Type
Length (m)
2 X SC, Nylon connector
FCS015A-FR
1.5
L
Jacket color : black
FCFRA
IU-FCF-SET included
FCMRA
Braid Tube
2 X SC, Nylon connector
Panels & Patchbays
FCS015A-MR
1.5
L
Jacket color : black
IU-FCM-SET included
* TAJIMI compatible type (OC series) is also available. Please contact Canare for more information.
tosplice enclosures, etc.
● Return loss: 45dB or greater (=1.3μm) .
● Insertion loss: 0.5dB or less (=1.3μm) .
● Connector body material is stainless steel.
● Insulation plates included.
FCMRA
■ Wiring Diagram
FCFRA
1
2
4
5
1
2
3
6
3
4
5
6
Fiber-optic (SM)
Fiber-optic (SM)
Control (22AWG)
Control (22AWG)
Power line (18AWG)
Power line (18AWG)
Ground (18AWG)
yellow1
yellow2
gray
red
black
white
green
SC
SC
1
4
3
6
5
2
■ Hole Dimensions
Nylon connector
(with IU-FC*-SET)
1 2 3
4 5 6
.5
3
φ2
34
● Ideal for connecting wall terminal panels
: Pin contact
: Socket contact
4-M3 or φ3.2
Cable Reels
34
■ Hole Dimensions
Model
IU-FCM-SET
IU-FCF-SET
34
Ideal for perfect insulation between individual connector and panel.
.5
23
φ
Description
∅ 40
4-M3 or φ3.2
FCMRA, FCMRCA
FCFRA, FCFRCA
● Material: Bakelite (phenolic resin)
● Mounting screws included.
34
Insulation Plate
4-M3 or ∅ 3.2
34
34
For FCS**A-FR
FCS**A-MR
IU-FC*-SET
For FCC**A-FRCM
FCC**A-FMRC
Cable Assemblies
Extraction Tool
Extraction tool helps easy to clean Canare HFO connectors.
Model
ASPT-1
Description
FCFA, FCF7, FCFRA, FCFRCA
● Tool to be used to release the alignment sleeve unit when cleaning HFO connectors.
ASPT-1
Quick-release
US Patent No.7241055B2
JP Patent No.4340186
* Use the CLETOP 2.5/2.0 (100) cleaning stick to clean fiber-optic camera connectors.
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Hybrid Camera Cable Checkers
Hybrid Camera Cable Checker
Canare Cable Checker allows fast, easy confirmation of HFO cables in the
field. No heavy equipment to drag around. The compact design features a
backlight digital display to measure optic loss/power and electrical continuity.
Small and light, Canare cable checker helps make mobile installations
smooth, secure and constant.
Individual Model
Measuring Unit
Loop-back Unit
FCT-FC
FCT-FCLB
Kit Model
FCT-FCKIT
* TAJIMI compatible type (OC series) is also available. Please contact Canare for more information.
Key Features and Benefits
● Compact, hand-held design
● Measured optical loss and power in addition to electrical signals
● 2x AA, 20 hours battery life
● The kit includes a storage case, carrying cases,
AA Batteries, and cleaning sticks
Specifications
Kit Model
FCT-FCKIT
Connector
LD
Wavelength
Output Power
Sensitivity
Maximum Length
Optic Lines
Copper Lines
Battery/Life
Operating Temperature
SMPTE/ARIB (Canare FC Series)
FP-LD
1310nm
-2.5dBm
-24 to -2dBm
3.5km (Canare LF-2SM9RB)
Two Lines: Power and Loss
Power, Control, and Shield: Connectibility
2pcs of AA/ Approx. 20hours
-10 to 60°C
FCT-FC: 46x 46x 150mm
FCT-FCLB: 46x 46x 65mm
FCT-FC: 380g
FCT-FCLB: 170g
Storage case, carrying cases,
AA Batteries, and cleaning sticks
Dimensions
Weight
Accessories
CE, FCC, FDA registered
US Patent No.7113678
JP Patent No.4155979
Storage Case
FCT-FCLB
Hybrid
Camera
Cable
FCT-FC
Technical Note
Maintaining Fiber-Optic Hybrid Connectors
The connector sections to be cleaned are the key parts, including the
tips and sides of ferrules, the interior walls of alignment sleeves and the
interior and exterior of connector shells. Note that scratches and particles
of foreign matter on the tip of the ferrule can have a disabling effect on
fiber-optic transmission. The following procedures should be used when
cleaning fiber-optic connectors.
● For Plugs, the interior surfaces of alignment sleeves and the tips of
ferrules are to be cleaned with the non-alcohol treated cleaning stick
using a gentle stroking action. Canare FCFA and FCFRA enhance easy
Ferrule
Alignment
sleeves
Carrying Cases
cleaning procedure for its innovative alignment sleeve and indulator
detachable design.
US Patent: No.7241055B2, JP Patent: No.4340186
● For Jacks, it is important to clean both the tips and sides of the
completely protruding ferrules with the cleaning stick.
● Both the male and female connector shells tend to attract dust
and metal particles, so it is important to clean both the insides and
outsides using cotton gauze or similar material.
✳ Contact Canare for information on the recommended cleaning stick.
✳ The alignment sleeve (split sleeve) keeps the ferrules in highly precise
alignment with each other.
Cleaning stick
CLETOP 2.5/2.0
Cleaning stick
Before cleaning
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HFO Camera Connector Panels
Fiber-Optic Systems
Hybrid Fiber-optic Camera Connector Panels
Pre-terminated HFO camera connector panel with built-in splice enclosure box provides easy and quick installation
between HD camera system and terminal panel or rack. By combining the unit and frame, HFO camera connector panel
enables a variety of layouts depending on the system design.
■ COPS-F Series (SMPTE)
Model
COPS-FF3
COPS-FM3
COPS-FF2
COPS-FM2
COPS3-FF3
COPS3-FM3
COPS3-FF2
COPS3-FM2
Panel Size
Wall Mount Type
3RU Height, W:197.6mm
Wall Mount Type
2RU Height, W:197.6mm
Rack Mount Type
3RU
Rack Mount Type
2RU
Panel Connectors* (Assembly)
2x FCFRA (FCS003A-FR)
2x FCMRA (FCS003A-MR)
2x FCFRA (FCS003A-FR)
2x FCMRA (FCS003A-MR)
6x FCFRA (FCS003A-FR)
6x FCMRA (FCS003A-MR)
6x FCFRA (FCS003A-FR)
6x FCMRA (FCS003A-MR)
Connectors
197.6
180
143
104
Key Features and Benefits
● Exclusive “5-directional Wiring”
● Convenient to build I/O interface between HD facilities and HD OB vans
● Variety of choice of 2RU/3RU and wall/rack mount
● Pre-terminated HFO connectors reduce installation time dramatically.
● Cost effective
57.2
132.6
* Each panel connector is pre-termnated, length at 0.3m.
* TAJIMI compatible type (OC series) is also available. Please contact Canare for more information.
★ Production by order
4- 7x10
Cables
COPS-FF3
197.6
180
143
70
88.1
76.1
Enclosure Unit
Vertical Placement
4- 7x10
Panels & Patchbays
Enclosure Unit
Transverse Placement
COPS-FF2
5 directions of cabling
as indicated by colored arrows
Vertical/Transverse placement
Transverse placement
Vertical placement
431.2
(121.8)
Cable Reels
5-directional Wiring
JP Patent No.4388540
4.6
■ Wiring Diagram
482.6
465
428
GRY
RED
BLK
BLK
WHT
WHT
GRN/YEL
1
4
3
6
5
2
: Fusion splice
connection
104
SC
SC
Control line (25AWG)
Control line (25AWG)
Power line (20AWG)
Power line (20AWG)
Power line (20AWG)
Power line (20AWG)
Shield (18AWG)
4- 7x10
Nylon connector
3 2 1
6 5 4
: Pin contact
: Socket contact
C Clamp the nylon connector with a special tool manufactured by AMP.
AWG22-26 : 91529-1 AWG16-20 (x2) 91536-1
COPS3-FM3
Accessories
Fiber-optic cable w/SC connector (2m), grounding cable, nylon connector,
Pin connector, socket contact, tie-band, fusion reinforcement sleeve, fusion
rubber holder, color-coded tube, mounting screw, laser warning label.
[NOTE] A separately available dedicated tool is required to assemble nylon
connectors.
Fiber-Optic Systems
17
Cable Assemblies
YEL
YEL
57.2
[COPS]
Optical-Fiber (SM) BLU
Optical-Fiber (SM) YEL
132.6
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Fiber-Optic Systems
Individual Panel Parts, Splice Enclosures
Configuration Example
Individual Panel Parts
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Model
COUS-FF3
COUS-FM3
COUS-FF2
COUS-FM2
COU-BP3
COU-BP2
COF-13
COF-12
COF-33
COF-32
Panel Height
3RU
3RU
2RU
2RU
3RU
2RU
3RU
2RU
3RU
2RU
Description
Panel Module w/ 2x FCFRA (FCS003A-FR)
Panel Module w/ 2x FCMRA (FCS003A-MR)
Panel Module w/ 2x FCFRA (FCS003A-FR)
Panel Module w/ 2x FCMRA (FCS003A-MR)
Blank Panel
Blank Panel
Frame for 1 Unit
Frame for 1 Unit
Frame for 3 Unit
Frame for 3 Unit
Connector Unit
COUS-***
Frame COF-**
Connector Panel COPS*-***
* Each panel connector is pre-termnated, length at 0.3m.
* TAJIMI compatible type (OC series) is also available. Please contact Canare for more information.
★ Production by order
Blank Panel
COU-BP*
<Example of Use>
COPS-FF3
FCFA
FCMA
FCFA
FCMA
COPS-FM3
FCC**B
FCC**B
Hybrid Fiber-optic Splice Enclosures
The fiber-optic splice enclosure was designed specifically for use with hybrid fiber-optic camera cables. The enclosure
is used to protect fusion splice connection parts after installation.
Accessories
Model
★ FCE-2
★ FCE-4
★ FCE-6
No. of cables
Fusion splice
tray No.
2
4
6
1
2
3
SC
4
8
12
Adapter
Nylon connector
2
4
6
● The enclosure is designed specifically for the hybrid fiber-optic camera
cable (LF-2SM9), making installation and operation very easy.
● The enclosure can be installed on walls or placed flat. Mounting bracket
(connector protection cover) can be detached from the box when installing
in limited space.
● The enclosure is designed with two configurations, the top-bottom split
design (FCE-2, FCE-4) and the removable panel design (FCE-6). Both
designs enable easy installation of cables.
● The connection with hybrid fiber-optic receptacle cable is done by use of
connectors, thus enabling easy interchanging of lines after installation.
● The tension member is insulated from the chassis.
Note :
The following special tools are required for installing the nylon connectors.
Models: AMP91529-1 (26 to 22 AWG) and AMP91536-1 (20 to 16 AWG)
FCE-2
(49.2)
■ Wiring Diagram (Canare standard)
FCE-4
(49.2)
FCE-6
(59.2)
✳ Component numbers shown
above are for the FCE-2.
Type
FCE-2
A
B
C
D
170
160
150
126
(mm)
LF-2SM9
SC
SC
1
4
3
6
5
2
Nylon connector
(270)
YEL
YEL
GRY
RED
BLK
BLK
WHT
WHT
GRN
3 2 1
6 5 4
: Pin contact
: Socket contact
SC adapter
: Fusion splice connection
18
Cable insert hole
Fiber-Optic Systems
Nylon connector
80
(SM) BLU
(SM) YEL
(25AWG)
(25AWG)
(20AWG)
(20AWG)
(20AWG)
(20AWG)
(18AWG)
210
160
140
5
φ
Fiber Optic
Fiber Optic
Control
Control
Power line
Power line
Power line
Power line
Ground
FCE-4
FCE-6
240
230
220
196
A
B
C
D
75Ω BNC Connectors
3G Transmission Design
■ SMPTE 424M Performance Requirements
3G-SDI is a new transmission format (1080p) that offers twice the data
carrying capacity (bandwidth) of today’s widely used HD-SDI (1080i). SMPTE
424M covering this format includes regulations for the coaxial connectors and
cables used for transmission, and Canare’s 75Ω products already meet the
performance requirements for these.
(for Television — 3Gbps Signal / Data Serial Interface)
Format
3G-SDI
SMPTE 424M
1.485Gbps
2.97Gbps
Transmission Bit Rate
■ Signal Attenuation in 3G Transmission Lines
Characteristic Impedance (Zo)
75Ω
Transmission Line Los
Transmission Line Return Loss
20dB (@742.5MHz)
20dB (@1.485GHz)
15dB or greater
(5M~1.485GHz)
15dB or greater
(5M~1.485GHz)
10dB or greater
(1.485~2.97GHz)
Connectors
In order to keep overall transmission line attenuation below the 20dB loss
budget, it is necessary to calculate attenuation amounts individually for each
section in the system. In the system shown below, the losses occurring within
each transmission line have been calculated and entered into a level diagram.
From this it is possible to see the differences in transmission distances
possible with HD-SDI and 3G-SDI when using a coaxial cable (L-7CHD). If this
shows that attenuation will surpass the specified loss budget, then it will be
necessary to change to cables with less attenuation, or to revise the circuit
and/or equipment layout to compensate. It is also recommended that these
calculations include a 2–3dB design margin.
<System Example>
HD-SDI
SMPTE 292M
Fiber-Optic Systems
■ What is 3G-SDI?
HD Equipment
4
Cables
BCJ-JR
3
L-4.5CHD
5
6m
L-7CHD
55m
2
HD-SDI
125m
3G-SDI
55m
8
BCJ-JR
DVJB-W
9
L-2.5CHD
2m
DVJB-W
HD Equipment
Panels & Patchbays
6
BCJ-JR
1
L-2.5CHD
7
2m
L-4.5CHD
6m
Rack/Between the Racks
Between the Rooms
Rack/Between the Racks
<Level Diagram>
1
2
3
4
Attenuation (dB)
0
5
7
8
Cable Reels
6
9
Margin
-20
■ System Attenuation
Format
Connector/
Cable
m or pcs
m or pcs
3G-SDI
Loss (each)
(dB/m)
Loss (total)
(dB)
햳
DVJB-W
햴
L-4.5CHD
햵
BCJ-JR
햶
L-7CHD
햷
BCJ-JR
햸
L-4.5CHD
햹
BCJ-JR
햺
L-2.5CHD
2
1
6
1
125
1
6
1
2
0.3
0.9
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.6
0.9
1.2
0.2
12.5
0.2
1.2
0.2
0.6
2
1
6
1
55
1
6
1
2
0.4
0.9
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.4
0.8
0.9
1.8
0.2
11.0
0.2
1.8
0.2
0.8
Connectors
Margin
Total
Amount
17.6dB
2.4dB
20.0dB
17.7dB
2.3dB
20.0dB
Sub Total
19
Cable Assemblies
HD-SDI
Loss (each)
(dB/m)
Loss (total)
(dB)
햲
L-2.5CHD
Connectors
75Ω BNC Connectors
75Ω BNC Crimp Plugs
Canare true 75Ω BCP connectors has been widely used in a number of video formats analog to digital with outstanding
electrical and mechanical performance. Exceeding 3.0Gbps HD-SDI requirements specified in SMPTE424M. The highest
quality BNC in the market.
■ BCP-B Series (Straight Type)
Model
BCP-B25HD
BCP-B26
BCP-B3F
BCP-B31F
BCP-B4F
BCP-B53
BCP-B5F
BCP-B51F
Suitable Cable
Canare
Belden (suggested)
L-2.5CHD
—
—
1855A
L-3CFB, LS-3CFB
—
L-3CFW
—
L-4CFB, LS-4CFB
1505A
L-4.5CHD
1694A
L-5CFB, LS-5CFB
—
L-5CFW
—
VSWR [email protected] 3GHz Applications: 3.0G-HD
Center Pin
B11015E
B11014E
B11015E
B11015E
B11016E
B11020D
B11020D
B11020D
Sleeve
Boot
★ BN7129
★ BN7029C
Die Set
CB02
CB02
CB03
CB04
CB04
CB05A
CB05A
CB05A
BN7003A
BN7015A
BN7015A
BN7046
B75004A
B75004A
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
BCP-B5F
Position Mark
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
s Standard package (20pcs/100pcs)
Return loss
(dB)
0
● High performance of 1.1 or less VSWR up to 3GHz.
● Position mark on body allows the connector fit to be checked easily.
● Connector body only has been made die-cast, achieving lower price with high performance.
● Use of crimping to attach the connectors ensures quick, reliable installation.
● Lock mechanism used on insulation improves reliability by preventing shifting or detaching of the
contact pin.
● Gold plating on the contact pin prevents deterioration, even after years of use.
● Elongated body design enables easy attachment and removal.
VSWR
SMPTE424M
-10
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
-30
-40
-50
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
Return loss for BCP-B53
BCP-B5F
Slim BNC Plugs
■ MBCP-C Series (Straight Type)
Model
MBCP-C25F
MBCP-C3F
MBCP-C4
MBCP-C4F
MBCP-C53
MBCP-C5F
Suitable Cable
Canare
Belden (suggested)
L-2.5CFB
1855A, 8218, 1417B, 1418B
L-3CFB, LS-3CFB
—
LV-61S, LS-4CFB
8241, 8279, RG-59B/U
L-4CFB
1505A, 8212, 8241F, 9167, 9259
L-4.5CHD
1694A, 9066, 9116, 9118, 9248
L-5CFB, LS-5CFB
—
VSWR [email protected] 1.5GHz Applications: 1.5G-HD
Center Pin
B11014E
B11015E
B11015E
B11016E
B11020D
B11020D
Sleeve
Boot
★ BN7029C
Die Set
—
CB24
CB25
CB25
—
CB26
BN7003A
BN7015A
BN7015A
BN7046
B75004A
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Return loss
● OD 12mm slim design.
● Ture 75Ω, 100% compatible with industy standard 75Ω BNC receptacles.
● Return loss: 26 dB or greater (DC - 1.5GHz), 20dB or greater (DC - 2.4GHz).
● Reliable design; Gold-plated “snap locks” crimp center contact, sleeve and beryllium copper
outer contact.
VSWR
(dB)
0
Body
SMPTE424M
Crimp sleeve
∅12
1.3
1.2
-20
CANARE
-10
15
Center contact
1.1
-30
26.35
(10.7)
-40
-50
Be sure to use Canare crimping tool for installing connectors on cables.
0
1.5
MBCP-C3F
3.0
(GHz)
Return loss for MBCP-C3F
Technical Note
Voltage Standing-wave Ratio (VSWR) and Return Loss
20
Connectors
Vmax
Voltage
Terminating the receiving end of a limited length coaxial cable using a resistance
value not equal to its characteristic impedance creates a reflected wave that returns
back down the cable to the sending end. The result is interference developing between
the travelling wave and the return wave which results in a standing wave that causes
voltage levels to fluctuate. The degree to which terminating resistance matches the
characteristic impedance is indicated using the VSWR or voltage standing-wave
ratio standard shown in Fig. 1. Going hand in hand with the VSWR ratio is the return
loss factor which measures the size of the reflected wave current in relation to the
travelling wave current. (See Fig. 2)
Vmin
Coaxial cable distance
Fig. 1 Voltage Distribution Over
Coaxial Cable
VSWR
2
1.5
1.2
1.1
1.05
1.02
1.01
Return Loss (dB)
9.5
14
20
26
32
40
46.1
Fig. 2 VSWR to Return Loss
Conversion Table
75Ω BNC Connectors
75Ω BNC Crimp Plugs
Model
★
★
★
★
VSWR [email protected] 2GHz Applications: 2.0G-HD
Suitable Cable
Center Pin
Belden (suggested)
83264, 83267
—
1855A, 8218, 1417B, 1418B
—
—
1506A, 1824A, 1825A, 1826A, 643948
—
—
—
1505F
8241, 8279, RG-59B/U
1505A, 8212, 8241F, 9167, 9259, 9659
728A, 8281, 8281B
—
1694A, 9066, 9116, 9118, 9248
1695A, 89120, 87120, 633948, 9116P
—
—
—
—
—
7731A, 9064, 9292, 1617A, 9011
8281F
—
—
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Solder
BN1018A
B11014E
B11015E
B11014E
B11016E
B11014E
B11015E
B11014E
B11016E
B11015E
B11016E
B11016E
B11016E
B11020D
B11020D
B11016E
B11016E
B11020D
BN1139
BN1083A
BN1043A
B11016E
BN1012B
BN1082A
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Sleeve
Boot
Die Set
BN7022
BN7029C
BN7029C
BN7129
BN7011
BN7026A
BN7003A
BN7003A
BN7052A
BN7011
BN7015A
BN7015A
BN7002
BN7014
BN7046
BN7045A
BN7016
BN7045A
B75004A
B75004A
BN7074A
BN7021A
B75004A
BN7021A
BN7021A
CB01
CB02
CB02
CB02
CB04
CB03
CB03
CB03
CB02
CB04
CB04
CB04
—
—
CB05A
CB04
CB05A
CB05A
CB05A
CB05A
—
—
CB05A
—
—
TCD-1DB
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-31C
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-31C
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-451CA
TCD-451CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
TCD-5HD
TCD-67HD
TCD-7CA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
TCD-7CA
TCD-67HD
★ Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
s Standard package (20pcs/100pcs).
■ BCP-LC Series (Right Angle Type)
BCP-LC3
BCP-LC3F
BCP-LC5
BCP-LC5F
VSWR [email protected] 2GHz Applications: 2.0G-HD
Suitable Cable
Canare
L-3C2VS, L-3C2V,V*-3C
L-3CFB, LS-3CFB, V*-3CFB
L-5C2VS, L-5C2V, V*-5C
L-5CFB, LS-5CFB, V*-5CFB
Belden (suggested)
—
—
—
—
Center Pin
Sleeve
Boot
Die Set
B11014E
B11015E
B11016E
B11020D
BN7003A
BN7003A
BN7016
B75004A
—
—
—
—
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
Panels & Patchbays
Model
Cables
Canare
L-1.5C2VS, V*-1.5C
L-2.5C2V
L-2.5CFB
L-2.5CHD
L-3C2W
—
L-3C2VS, L-3C2V, V*-3C
L-3CFB, LS-3CFB, V*-3CFB
V*-3C
—
LV-61S
L-4CFB, LS-4CFB, V*-4CFB
—
L-5C2W
L-4.5CHD
—
L-5C2VS, L-5C2V, V*-5C
V*-5C
L-5CFB, LS-5CFB, V*-5CFB
L-5CHD
L-6CHD
—
LV-77S
L-7CFB
L-7CHD
Connectors
★
BCP-C1
BCP-C25
BCP-C25F
BCP-C25HDA
BCP-C31
BCP-C32
BCP-C3B
BCP-C3F
BCP-VC3
BCP-C42
BCP-C4B
BCP-C4F
BCP-C51
BCP-C52
BCP-C53A
BCP-C55A
BCP-C5B
BCP-VC5
BCP-C5FA
BCP-C5HD
BCP-C6HD
BCP-C71A
BCP-C77A
BCP-C7FA
BCP-C7HD
Fiber-Optic Systems
■ BCP-C Series (Straight Type)
s Standard package (20pcs)
● Gold plating on the contact pin prevents deterioration, even after years of
use.
● Elongated body design enables easy attachment and removal.
Cable Reels
● High performance of 1.1 or less VSWR up to 2GHz. <Fig.1>
(VSWR 1.1 or less up to 1GHz for BCP-C25, BCP-C25F)
● Use of crimping to attach the connectors ensures quick, reliable
installation. <Fig. 2>
● Lock mechanism used on insulation improves reliability by preventing
shifting or detaching of the contact pin.
Be sure to use the Canare crimping tool for installing connectors on cables.
Return loss
(dB)
0
VSWR
SMPTE424M
-10
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
Cable Assemblies
-30
-40
-50
BCP-C3B
0
1.5
BCP-LC3
Fig. 1 Return loss for BCP-C3B
Connectors
3.0
(GHz)
Fig. 2 (a) Cable Pull Test for BCP-C3B+3C-2V
(b) Cable Pull Test for BCP-C25+2.5C-2V
21
Connectors
75Ω BNC Connectors
75Ω BNC Solder Plugs
■ BCP-H Series (Straight Type)
Return loss
(dB)
0
VSWR [email protected] 1GHz
VSWR
SMPTE424M
-10
Suitable Cable
Canare
Belden (suggested)
L-3C2VS, L-3C2V, L-3CFB, LS-3CFB
—
L-3CFW
—
L-5CFW
—
Model
BCP-H3B
BCP-H31F
BCP-H51F
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
-30
BCP-H3B
-40
s Standard package (20pcs)
-50
● The tubular (ferrule) section is silver plated to make soldering easier.
● Cable strippers TS100 series can be used. (Excluding BCP-H31F, BCP-H51F)
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
Return loss for BCP-H3B
75Ω Multi-pin Coax Connectors
Single connector handles load of up to five 75Ω coaxial connectors.
MCM-V5C3
∅36
∅29
M39x1.5
(8.8)
(26.2)
∅3
.6
6
Key
3.8
4−∅
● 1.2 or less. VSWR up to 1.5GHz.
● Canare multi-pin coaxial connectors’ crimp system ensures quick and reliable installation.
5
1
4
41.3
Panel Hole
Dimensions
(Mounting screw
M3 x 4 pcs)
31.98
Dust Cap
Suitable Cable
MCM-V5C3
MCF-V5C3
31.98
Description
(41.9)
V5-3C
V5-3C, L-3C2V, 3C-2V
∅3
7
Model
DCM01
DCF01
MCF-V5C3
(98)
∅42
Plug
Receptacle
Suitable Cable
∅34.4
Description
CANARE
Model
MCM-V5C3
MCF-V5C3
2
3
31.98
31.98
41.3
* Replacement unit also available. MCM-V5C3: BN9078A MCF-V5C3: BN9079B
Be sure to use the Canare crimping tool for installing connectors on cables.
Replacement Unit BN9078A
Replacement Unit BN9079B
Connector Boots
■ CB0x Series
Our best selling connector boots for Canare BNC, TNC crimp plugs.
Model
CB01
CB02
CB03
CB04
CB05A
Typical Connectors
Colors Available
BCP-xx
BP-xx
BLK, BLU, GRN, RED, YEL, WHT C1
B25HD, B26, C25, C25F, C25HDA, VC3
B3F, B31F, C32, C3B, C3F, PC3, PC3F
C3, C4
BLK, BLU, BRN, GRN, GRY,
ORN, PPL, RED, YEL, WHT
B4F, C31, C42, C4B, C4F, C55A, PC4, PC4F
C31
B53, B5F, B51F, C53A, C5B, VC5, C5FA, C5HD, C77A, PC5, PC5F C5, C5FA
TNP-xx
C3, C4
C31
C5
7.1
∅12.7
∅6.58
CB03, CB04, CB05A
■ CB2x Series
28
Thinner type of CB0x series. Best fit for Canare Slim BNC, RCA, and F crimp plugs.
CB24
CB25
CB26
22
Colors Available
C3F
BLK, BLU, GRN, RED, YEL, WHT C4, C4F
C5F
MBCP-xx
Typical Connectors
RCAP-xx
C3A, C3F
C3GS, C4A, C4F
C53, C5A, C5F
Connectors
FP-xx
C3, C3F
C31, C4, C4F
C5, C53A, C5F
∅10
Model
CB01, CB02
28
CB24, CB25, CB26
75Ω BNC PCB Mount Receptacles
Fiber-Optic Systems
75Ω BNC PCB Mount Receptacles (Screw Type)
Upgraded model BCJ-BPLHA offers superior electrical
characteristics at high frequencies.
■ BCJ-BP Series
Right Angle
Right Angle, Upgraded Model
Right Angle, Dual Jack
Right Angle, Triple Jack
Straight, Dual Jack
Standard Package
Front:
M2.6 screw
20 pcs / 100pcs
20 pcs / 100pcs
10 pcs
10 pcs
10pcs / 100pcs
Horizontal
—
BCJ-BPLHA BCJ-BPLH2P BCJ-BPLH3P
* Screws are not included.
Connectors
Key Features and Benefits
● True 75Ω PC board mount receptacle.
● VSWR 1.1 or less up to 1GHz, 1.2 or less up to 3GHz for BCJ-BPLHA.
(VSWR 1.1 or less up to 1GHz, 1.2 or less up to 2.5GHz for others.)
● Gold plated beryllium copper center contact.
● Can be fixed on the PC board with M2.6 screw for efficient soldering.
(excluding BCJ-BPC2P)
● Space-saving design allows high-density mounting.
● Eliminates wiring material and cost.
(28.94)
14.5
4.75
BCJ-BPLH
BCJ-BPLHA
BCJ-BPLH2P
BCJ-BPLH3P
BCJ-BPC2P
Panel Mount
∅ 9.5
Description
7.5
Stud
Position
Model
BCJ-BPLHA
BCJ-BPLHA
(29.24)
M2.6
SMPTE424M
SMPTE424M
10.9 3.1
-30
1.5
BCJ-BPLH
BCJ-BPLHA
0
1.5
7
2.
8
∅
7
8
4
4
7
2.
.3
.3
9.6
4
∅
1.3
16
16
Screw: M2.6 t1.6
16
t2.0: BCJ-BPLHA
t1.6: BCJ-BPLH
(BOTTOM VIEW)
t1.6
(BOTTOM VIEW)
10.16
10.16
7.64
8
4
1.
∅
1x
1.
0.6
10.16
2.54
3-∅
2.1
1.
3
∅
6.4
3.4MAX
2-2.7X3.5
∅
1.3
16.5
9-
5−∅
10.16
?
∅
5.08
6.4
5.08
7
7
4(?
2.7×3.5
Screw: M2.6 t1.2
16
Cable Assemblies
3.4max
7
16
4−
Screw: M2.6 t1.6
∅ 2.1
5.9
16.5
11
9.6
9.6
∅1
Screw: M2.6 t1.6
PCB Hole Dim.
BCJ-BPC2P
Cable Reels
11
.3
.95
R2
BCJ-BPLH3P
BCJ-BPLH3P
∅
11
8
TAP
14
BCJ-BPC2P
BCJ-BPLH2P
∅
2
3-
7
3.0
(GHz)
Return loss for
BCJ-BPC2P
∅
2-
Panel Hole Dim.
3.0
(GHz)
Return loss for
BCJ-BPLH2P, BCJ-BPLH3P
M2.6
.7
0
2-
3.0
(GHz)
2.
1.5
Return loss for
BCJ-BPLHA, BCJ-BPLH
-50
∅
0
-50
-40
BCJ-BPLH3P
∅2
-40
16
BCJ-BPLHA
-50
TAP
1.1
BCJ-BPLH2P
-30
M2.6
16
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
-40
17.5
∅ 9.5
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
-30
14.65
-10
16.5
∅ 9.5
BCJ-BPLH
(29.24)
Panels & Patchbays
1.3
1.2
-20
14.5
VSWR
SMPTE424M
-10
-10
BCJ-BPLHA
Return loss
(dB)
0
VSWR
∅ 9.5
Return loss
(dB)
0
VSWR
TAP
BCJ-BPLH2P
Note: Any cleaning solvents cannot be used. This leads to insulation problems.
Insulation material: m-PPO (m-PPE)
Return loss
(dB)
0
Cables
16
∅ 9.5
14.5
t1.6
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Connectors
t1.6
(BOTTOM VIEW)
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Connectors
75Ω BNC PCB Mount Receptacles
75Ω BNC PCB Mount Receptacles (Hex Nut Type)
■ BCJ-FP Series
Model
BCJ-FPLVA
BCJ-FPLV01
★ BCJ-FPLV-L
BCJ-FPLHA
BCJ-FPC
BCJ-FPC02
Description
Right Angle
Right Angle, Low-cost Model
Right Angle
Right Angle
Straight
Straight, Low-cost Model
Stud Position
Panel Mount
Vertical
Front:
Hex nut and
lock washer
Horizontal
BCJ-FPLV01
BCJ-FPC02
—
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
■ BCJ-RP Series
Description
Right Angle
Right Angle
Straight, Through Hole Mount
Straight, Surface Mount
Stud Position
Vertical
Horizontal
—
Panel Mount
Rear:
Hex nut and
lock washer
BCJ-FPLVA
BCJ-RPC/1
Return loss
(dB)
0
VSWR
4max
SMPTE424M
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
2.3 2.1
Right Angle Type
1.3
1.2
-40
BCJ-RPLH
0
1.5
10.9
9.6
3.0
(GHz)
0.6
5
0.3
5.08
Return loss for
BCJ-FPLVA, BCJ-RPLH
Return loss
(dB)
0
Straight Type
4.7
1.1
BCJ-FPLVA
-30
(16.17)
Note: Any cleaning solvents cannot be used. This leads to insulation problems.
Insulation material: m-PPO (m-PPE)
-50
RE
● VSWR 1.1 or less up to 1GHz, 1.2 or less up to 2.5GHz. (1.1 up to 3GHz for
BCJ-FPLV-L)
● Gold plated beryllium copper center contact.
-20
∅ 14
-10
7.5
Model
BCJ-RPLV
BCJ-RPLH
BCJ-RPC
BCJ-RPC/1
BCJ-FPLV01
VSWR
3max
SMPTE424M
(16.17)
-10
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
-30
25.5
BCJ-FPLV01
-40
BCJ-FPLVA
BCJ-FPLV01
BCJ-FPC
BCJ-FPLV-L
BCJ-FPC02
-50
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
2.5
Return loss for
BCJ-FPLV01, BCJ-FPLV-L
Return loss
(dB)
0
BCJ-FPLV-L
BCJ-FPLHA
BCJ-RPC
3.5
18.3
BCJ-FPLV-L
VSWR
SMPTE424M
BCJ-RPC/1
-10
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
-30
BCJ-FPC02
-40
BCJ-RPLH
BCJ-FPC
BCJ-RPLV
-50
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
Return loss for
BCJ-FPC, BCJ-FPC02,
BCJ-RPC
<Panel Hole Dimensions>
BCJ-FPLHA*
BCJ-FPC*
BCJ-FPC02*
BCJ-FPC
BCJ-RPC/1
BCJ-RPC BCJ-RPLV
BCJ-RPLH
Panel
BCJ-FPLV-L
18
BCJ-FPLVA*
BCJ-FPLV01*
BCJ-FPLV-L*
BCJ-RPC
4.5max
* BCJ-FP series accept insulation bushing IU-7/16.
Mounting hole for IU-7/16 should be adopted. (See page 25)
<PC Board Hole Dimensions>
24
BCJ-FPLVA
BCJ-FPLV01
BCJ-FPLHA
BCJ-FPLV-L
BCJ-FPC
BCJ-FPC02
t 2.0
t 2.0
t 2.0
BCJ-RPLV
BCJ-RPLH
t 3.0
Connectors
BCJ-FPLV-L can be
stacked over BCP-FPLVA
on a PCB as shown.
10.9
27.5
9.6
1.4
3.5
BCJ-FPC02
BCJ-RPC
t 1.6
BCJ-RPC
∅ 14
(16.17)
PC Board
0.8
RE
10
BCJ-FPLVA
1.2
2.1
75Ω BNC Connectors
Die Set
—
—
Panel Jack
1.5C-2V
TCD-1DB
—
—
BCJ-R/1
BCJ-R/1
" 14
Description
Suitable Cable
Jack to Solder Pin
—
Jack to Solder Cup with Ground Lug
—
ARE
10.9
9.6
BCJ-R
12.1
3.5max
Jack to Jack
BCJ-FC1-7/16
BCJ-FC1-7/16
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
" 16
Model
BCJ-R
BCJ-R/1
BCJ-FC1
BCJ-FC1-7/16
BCJ-JR
■ Recessed Bulkhead Receptacles
20.5
Description
Suitable Cable
Jack to Solder Cup
—
Panel Jack
1.5C-2V
Jack to Solder Cup, Neutrik D type
—
Jack to Solder Cup, Neutrik D type (Black)
—
Jack to Jack
—
Jack to Jack, Neutrik D type
—
Jack to Jack, Neutrik D type (Black)
—
Die Set
—
TCD-1DB
—
—
—
—
—
7.2
12.1
BCJ-FC1
Connectors
Model
BCJ-RU
BCJ-RUC1
BCJ-RUD
BCJ-RUDB
BCJ-JRU
BCJ-JRUD
BCJ-JRUDB
Fiber-Optic Systems
75Ω BNC Receptacles
BNC Receptacles emphasizing true 75Ω impedance.
■ Panel Mount Receptacles
BCJ-JR
BCJ-JR
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
BCJ-RU
BCJ-RU
Cables
BCJ-RUC1
BCJ-RUC1
Be sure to use the Canare crimping tool for the panel jack connectors.
23
■ Panel Hole Dimensions
★BCJ-R/1
★BCJ-JR
BCJ-FC1
21.4
BCJ-
BCJ-JRU
● A ground lug can be provided for the BCJ-R connector. Information is
available on request.
BCJ-R
Panels & Patchbays
● 1.1 or less VSWR up to 2GHz. (1.1
up to 1GHz for the Panel Jack type)
● Beryllium copper (gold plated) is used on the
Standard design Canare BCJ-RU design
center contact for its superior spring characteristics.
Registered design
● Center contact for the solder pin connectors are solder type.
● The recessed flush-mount configuration is designed to prevent damage on
the flange type connectors.
● Two types of flange are available: ITT XLR-F77 and Neutrik D compatible.
● The panel jack connectors are based on a space-saving configuration
designed for use with internally hard-wired equipment.
● Connection portion of the panel jack connectors is securely shielded by the
metal crimp sleeve.
2.7
★BCJ-FC1-7/16
BCJ-RUC1
BCJ-RU
BCJ-JRU
BCJ-RUD
BCJ-RUDB
BCJ-JRUD
BCJ-JRUDB
4.7
25.2
BCJ-RUD
BCJ-RUD
ITT XLR-F77
Compatible
2−∅ 3.4
Neutrik D
Compatible
.6
23
24
∅
Cable Reels
(M2.5 mounting screw)
31
19
★ Indicate connectors that accept insulation bushing. Mounting hole for insulation bushing
IU 7/16 should be adopted.
26
Insulation Bushing
∅ 17.5
Description
ABS plastic, Color: White (standard stock). Black, Blue, Green, Red
and Yellow (custom*)
.6
∅ 12.8
15
Cable Assemblies
9.6
11.1
15
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCS
∅ 12.7
∅
Model
IU-7/16
2.5
3.5
1
∅ 15
-/1PCS
● Used to insulate a connector from a panel.
∅ 12.8
∅ 11.2
Note: Please remove washers from a connector before using IU-7/16.
∅ 11.2
IU-7/16
Mountable panel thickness:
1.2~1.5mm: BCJ-FPLVA, BCJ-FPLHA, BCJ-R/1
1.2~3.0mm: BCJ-FPC, BCJ-FPC02, BCJ-JR, BCJ-FPLV01
∅ 12.8
Panel Hole Dimensions
Connectors
25
Connectors
75Ω BNC, 75Ω N Type Connectors
75Ω BNC Jack Plug
Model
BCJ-C4
Suitable Cable
RG-59 B/U, LV-61S,
Belden 8241, 8279, 88241
Boot
CB25
Die Set
TCD-4CA
TCD-451CA
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCS
● 1.1 or less VSWR up to 1.5GHz, 1.2 or less up to 2.4GHz.
● Beryllium copper (gold plated) is used on the center contact for its
superior spring characteristics. (Center contact is soldered.)
BCJ-C4
Be sure to use the Canare crimping tool for installing connectors on cables.
Return loss
(dB)
0
75Ω BNC Extension Adapter
VSWR
SMPTE424M
-10
Model
BCJ-J
Description
1.1
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
-30
● Beryllium copper is used on the center contact for its superior spring
characteristics.
● 1.1 or less VSWR up to 2GHz. <Fig. 1>
-40
BCJ-J
-50
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
Fig.1 Return loss for BCJ-J
75Ω BNC Termination Plugs
Designed for true 75Ω termination
Model
BCP-TA
1.3
1.2
-20
Jack to Jack
Return loss
(dB)
0
VSWR
SMPTE424M
-10
Description
Standard 75Ω Termination (2.0GHz Type)
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
-30
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
BCP-PT
-40
BCP-TA
BCP-TA
● Includes 1/4 watt resistance.
● 1.1 or less VSWR up to 2GHz. (Up to 1GHz for BCP-PT) <Fig. 2>
-50
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
Fig.2 Return loss for BCP-PT, BCP-TA
BNC Dust Caps
Model
BCJ-DC
Description
Polyethylene (Black)
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
● Protects unused BNC receptacles from dirt and dust.
BCJ-DC
75Ω N Solder Plug
Return loss
(dB)
0
Suitable Cable
VSWR
SMPTE424M
L-8CHD
-10
● Gold plating on the contact pin prevents deterioration, even after years of use.
● 1.1 or less VSWR up to 2GHz. <Fig. 3>
● Solder type
∅ 23
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPC
∅ 21
Model
NCP-H8HD
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
-30
-40
(50)
-50
Tools required: 17mm and 21mm wrenches
NCP-H8HD
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
Fig.3 Return loss for NCP-H8HD
H9.5
Caution: The connecting section of the N connector uses a shape that conforms to the
IEC169-16’s 75Ω impedance standard. Note that the 50Ω N and other connectors that do
not conform to this specification can not be connected.
Model
NCJ-BCJR
Description
N (F) - BNC (F)
∅ 18
∅ 14.9
75Ω N to BNC Adapter
7/16-28 UNEF-2A max6
NCJ-BCJR
5/8-24 UNEF-2A
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPC
Return loss
(dB)
0
VSWR
SMPTE424M
-10
1.3
1.2
-20
-40
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
12.5
39
1.1
Fig.4 Return loss for NCJ-BCJR
Connectors
20.9
-30
-50
26
HEX14
∅ 11.2
● Beryllium copper (gold plated) is used on the center contact for its superior
spring characteristics.
● 1.1 or less VSWR up to 2GHz. <Fig. 4>
● Panel mountable as well. For isolation from the panel, use Canare isolation
bushing IU-7/16.
9.6
Panel Hole Dimensions
Connectors
RCA Connectors, Phone Plugs
RCA Pin Connectors
■ RCAP-C Series (Straight Plug, Crimp Type)
Suitable Cable
Model
★
★
★
★
★
Boot
Die Set
BN7029C
BN7129
BN7003A
BN7079
BN7003A
BN7011
BN7015A
BN7015A
BN7046
BN7016
B75004A
B75004A
—
—
CB24
CB25
CB24
—
CB25
CB25
CB26
CB26
CB26
CB26
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35D
TCD-35CA
TCD-31C
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
● The crimp design ensures fast and reliable cable connection.
● The crimp tool for the RCAP-C can be used for the Canare crimp BNC plugs
as well, thus saving on extra equipment.
Be sure to use the Canare crimping tool for installing connectors on cables.
RCAP-C3A
■ RCA Soler Plugs
Model
F-09
F-10
Description
RCA Pin Plug
RCA Pin Plug (Long sleeve)
F-09
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCS
RJ-RU
F-10
● Offer strong cable clamping that prevents severed lines.
● Suited to cables up to 6.0mm∅ in size.
s!CCOMMODATESCABLESUPTOMM∅ in size when spring removed.
■ RCA Recessed Bulkhead Receptacles
Description
Jack to Solder Cup
RCA (F) - BNC (F)
Jack to Solder Cup, Neutrik D Type
Jack to Solder Cup, Neutrik D Type (Black)
RCA (F) - BNC (F), Neutrik D Type
RCA (F) - BNC (F), Neutrik D Type (Black)
RJ-BCJRU
2−
∅
RJ-RU
4
3.
∅
23
.6
24
Model
RJ-RU
RJ-BCJRU
RJ-RUD
RJ-RUDB
RJ-BCJRUD
RJ-BCJRUDB
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCSBYINSULATIONCOLOR
19
26
RJ-BCJRU
∅ 21.4
● Two types of flange are available: ITT XLR-F77 and Neutrik D compatible.
● VSWR is 1.1 or less up to 50MHz, enabling their use with HDTV and
computer graphics video signals.
● Color-coded insulation enables users to easily distinguish between the R,
G and B elements. Users can choose as required from five colors, including
red, green, blue, yellow and white.
RJ-
★
L-2.5CFB
L-2.5CHD
L-3C2VS, L-3C2V, V*-3C
GS-6
L-3CFB, LS-3CFB, V*-3CFB
—
LV-61S
L-4CFB, LS-4CFB, V*-4CFB
L-4.5CHD
L-5C2VS, L-5C2V, V*-5C
L-5CFB, LS-5CFB, V*-5CFB
LV-77S
Sleeve
31
★
RCAP-C25F
RCAP-C25HD
RCAP-C3A
RCAP-C3GS
RCAP-C3F
RCAP-C42
RCAP-C4A
RCAP-C4F
RCAP-C53
RCAP-C5A
RCAP-C5F
RCAP-C77
Center Pin
Belden (suggested)
1855A, 8218, 1417B, 1418B
B11014E
—
B11015E
—
B11014E
—
BN1093
RCA Connectors,
Phone★ Plugs
—
B11015E
1505F
B11016E
8241, 8279, RG-59B/U
B11015E
1505A, 8212, 8241F, 9167, 9259, 9659
B11016E
1694A, 9066, 9116, 9118, 9248
B11020D
—
B11016E
—
B11020D
8281F
B11016E
∅ 23
★
Canare
2.7
4.7
26.7
RJ-RUD
Phone Plugs
Model
F-11
F-12
F-15
F-16
F-11
Description
RJ-RUD
Mini Phone TS
Mini Phone TRS
1/4" TS Phone
1/4" TRS Phone
F-12
Canare
Phone Plugs
Single-piece construction
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCS
Round finish at the base
Others
● Featuring a properly cable cramp system ensures long life reliability.
● Suited to cables up to 6.0mm∅ in size.
Two-piece construction
No round finish
s!CCOMMODATESCABLESUPTOMM∅ in size when spring removed.
Canare’s durable design
28
Connectors
F-15
F-16
F Connectors
Fiber-Optic Systems
F Connectors
This type is used in such applications as home television receivers for cable television (CATV) systems.
■ FP-C Series (Straight Plug, Crimp Type)
Suitable Cable
Model
L-2.5CHD
L-3C2VS, L-3C2V, V*-3C
L-3C2W
L-3CFB, LS-3CFB, V*-3CFB
LV-61S
L-4CFB, LS-4CFB, V*-4CFB
L-5C2VS, L-5C2V, V*-5C
L-5C2W
L-4.5CHD
—
L-5CFB, LS-5CFB, V*-5CFB
—
L-7CFB
Center Pin
★
★
BN1003B
BN1002B
BN1002B
BN1003B
BN1003B
BN1004B
BN1004B
BN1004B
BN1005B
BN1005B
BN1005B
BN1041A
BN1030A
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Sleeve
Boot
Die Set
BN7129
BN7003A
BN7011
BN7003A
BN7015A
BN7015A
BN7016
BN7014
BN7046
BN7045A
B75004A
BN7021A
BN7021A
—
CB24
CB25
CB24
CB25
CB25
CB26
—
CB26
—
CB26
—
—
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-31C
TCD-35CA
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-4CA, TCD-451CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-451CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-35CA
TCD-5CF, TCD-55FA
TCD-7CA
TCD-7CA
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
● Lock mechanism improves reliability by preventing shifting or detaching of
the center pin.
● The tools and cable stripper can be used for the Canare crimp BNC plugs as
well, thus saving on extra equipment.
● VSWR of 1.1 or less up to 2GHz. Compatible with broadcast satellite (BS)
and communications satellite (CS) signals.
● Designed for indoor use.
Return loss
(dB)
0
VSWR
SMPTE424M
-10
Cables
1.3
1.2
-20
1.1
FJ-JR
-30
-40
FJ-FPC
FP-C4
-50
Be sure to use the Canare crimping tool for installing connectors on cables.
0
1.5
3.0
(GHz)
Fig.1 Return loss for FJ-FPC and FJ-JR
Panels & Patchbays
Description
FJ-JR
Jack to Jack
PC Board Straight Mount
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
13.5
30
2
0.
FJ-FPC
21
Panel Mount Hole Dimensions
2 -∅ 3
∅
● VSWR of 1.1 or less up to 2GHz. Compatible with broadcast satellite (BS)
and communications satellite (CS) signals. <Fig. 1>
● For insulation from the panel, use insulation bushing IU-7/16.
(Panel thickness: 1.2~3.0mm)
8.5
5
29.7
2.4
23
Model
FJ-JR
FJ-FPC
∅ 19.42
■ F Panel Mount Receptacles
PC Hole Dimensions
Cable Reels
18
25
8.1
∅ 11.3
2- ∅ 1.45
∅ 21.4
FJ-JR, FJ-FPC
FJ-JRU
∅ 23
9.6
∅ 1.3
FJ-FPC
FJ-JRU
2.7
5
8.5
27.4
∅
2−
Description
Jack to Jack
Jack to Jack, Neutrik D Type
Jack to Jack, Neutrik D Type (Black)
4
3.
∅
24
.6
23
Model
FJ-JRU
FJ-JRUD
FJ-JRUDB
11.2
4.7
Cable Assemblies
■ F Recessed Bulkhead Receptacles
31
★
FP-C25HD
FP-C3
FP-C31
FP-C3F
FP-C4
FP-C4F
FP-C5
FP-C52
FP-C53A
FP-C55A
FP-C5F
FP-C71A
FP-C7FA
Belden (suggested)
—
—
—
—
8241, 8279, RG-59B/U
1505A, 8212, 8241F, 9167, 9259, 9659
—
—
1694A, 9066, 9116, 9118, 9248
1695A, 89120, 87120, 633948, 9116P
—
7731A, 9064, 9292, 1617A, 9011
—
Connectors
★
Canare
s3TANDARDPACKAGEPCSPCS
26
● Two types of flange are available: ITT XLR F77 and Neutrik D compatible.
FJ-JRUD
Connectors
19
FJ-JRUD
29
Connectors
Cable Stripper, Crimp Tools
TS100E Coaxial Cable Stripper
● For most Canare 75Ω BNC. RCA and F crimp plugs.
● Rotary knob selects 5 different cable setups.
● Make your own cable setting within cable O.D. 4mm~11mm
● Hexagonal wrench is attached for quick blade adjustment
● 1 blade attached, and also sold separately. (TSC)
Model
Description
TS100E
(Preset to LV-77S·L-5CFB, V*-5CFB, V*-5C, LV-61S·L-4CFB, V*-3C)
TSC (1pc)
Replaceable blade
TS100E
Note:
The following types of cables may not be accurately processed by
Canare’s TS100E Cable Stripper, owing to their construction.
1. Cables employing such hard jacket material as polyethylene.
2. Cables employing such particularly soft insulator material as highfoam polyethylene. (Canare L-CHD and L-CFW)
3. Cables employing steel wire and semirigid pipe for outer conductor.
(mm)
Turn cam knob to the right cable
selection.
Straighten cable and insert into
handle grip.
Close lid, firmly grasp handle grip, and
slowly rotate 7-10 times.
Push open lid, pull cable while firmly
pressing yellow flag level.
Insulation and jacket will be easily
peeled off.
Crimp Tools
Canare crimp tool offers reliable high-quality crimping performance in an easy-to-use design.
■ Die Sets
Model
TCD-1DB
TCD-31C
TCD-3151D
TCD-316C
TCD-35CA
TCD-35D
TCD-35DF
TCD-4CA
TCD-451CA
TCD-55FA
TCD-5CF
TCD-5HD
TCD-65C
TCD-67HD
TCD-7CA
TDC-96C
■ Hand Crimp Tools
Select the appropriate crimp die to
suit the individual connector.
Model
TC-1
TC-2
Crimp tools are used with interchangeable
crimp dies.
Crimp hole for crimp sleeve.
Crimp hole for center contact.
BET-MBNC
BET-12
■ Accessories
Model
BET-12
BET-MBNC
R5A
(tools and connectors not included)
30
Connectors
Description
BNC extraction tool
BNC extraction tool for Canare Slim BNC Plugs
Length
12inch
30cm
Crimp Tools
Inner conductor
Insulator
Outer conductor
(braided)
Part A
3.5
9
Crimp sleeve
19
Jacket
(mm)
Stage
Cutting chips
Make sure the connector selected is compatible with the cable.
1. Slide the crimp sleeve onto the cable, then strip off the portions of the
coaxial cable jacket, braided outer conductor, and insulator as shown
at left.
s)FTHEINNERCONDUCTORISASTRANDEDCABLETHENTWISTITINTHE
direction of the strands after removing the insulator.
s&ORACRIMPSLEEVEWITHASTAGEORGROOVEPASSTHECRIMPSLEEVE
onto the cable from the stage side as shown in the diagram.
s&ORCABLESWITHALUMINUMWRAPPINGTAPEREMOVETHETAPEUPUNTIL
part A as shown in the diagram. However, if the aluminum tape
proves too difficult to remove, simply remove any piece of tape
whisker or cutting chips that might cause short-circuiting.
Aluminum wrapping tape
Center contact pin
Crimp
Check crimp height
Correct crimp position
Gap
Poor crimp position
Crimp
4. Move the crimp sleeve until it butts up against the connector. Crimp
the crimp sleeve with a crimping tool. At this time, press the back
side of the crimping tool (the side not chamfered) firmly against the
connector.
s$ONOTCRIMPWHILEPULLINGONTHECABLE
Crimp height value= (A+B) /2
Refer to the separately included manual for the appropriate
crimp height values for individual connectors.
3. Tool Measuring
Procedures
Crimp force increases
and crimp height
decreases when the
tool’s adjuster dial is
turned in the direction
of the 9. The dial
is adjusted by first
releasing it using a
screw driver.
The actual contact surfaces on Canare’s BNC connectors are designed in conformance
with JIS standards and therefore pose no compatibility problems.
Q Does it matter in which direction crimp sleeves are attached?
Canare BCP-C type plug
A For BCP-C3B–use and other non-stepped (straight type) crimp sleeves, it does not
matter in which direction the crimp sleeve is attached. The attachment direction also
does not matter for BCP-C5FA–use and other specific-use types that have a chamfer
(groove) at one end of the crimp sleeve.
MIL
JIS
Cable Reels
However, stepped crimp sleeves such as those for BCP-C1, etc. are directional
and must be attached in the direction shown in the diagram below, with the cable
threaded through the sleeve starting from the end with the step (that is, the end with
smaller-diameter hole).
Q Is it possible to use cables not listed in the connector compatibility table as long as
they are close to the dimensions of those listed?
A No. While connection may be possible, performance may be adversely affected.
Q What should be done with the tape on aluminum tape–wrapped coaxial cables?
Even if the connection appears to work, factors such as electrical instability, weak
cable contact strength and others may cause problems during actual use.
A For coaxial cables with lightly adhered removable aluminum tape, peel back the tape
to the root of the braid.
Therefore, it is necessary to test and evaluate whether it is actually possible to use the
configuration in question. Particular caution should be used when crimping is involved.
Q Why do some BNC plugs made by other companies have a sharp point at the tip of the
central contact? Are these compatible with Canare’s BNC receptacles?
A The central contact is pointed in conformance with the JIS standard for 50 BNC
connectors. The central contacts on Canare’s connectors conform to the MIL
standard, and therefore are not pointed. These two different shapes simply offer
different ways to guide the plug into the female receptacle and have no direct effect
on contact quality.
Q What is meant by “cable contact strength”?
A Cable contact strength refers to the maximum load borne by the cable when exerting
tensile force to remove it from the connector. For Canare products, “cable contact
strength” refers to the contact strength of a cable’s outer conductor, not including the
pull-out strength of the central contact or the contact strength of the inner conductor.
Cable Assemblies
For coaxial cables with strongly adhered unremovable aluminum tape, simply make
sure to remove any burrs or other fine strands of tape in the area up to the insulation
cut, since these could cause shorts.
Panels & Patchbays
Die-chamfered side
3. Holding the base of the coaxial cable, push the crimp forward until it
fits snugly into place.
s4UGTHECABLELIGHTLYNOMORETHAN.KGTOCONFIRMTHATTHE
center contact is locked in place.
2. Measuring Frequency
Crimp height is measured prior to commencing use
of the crimp tool and always when changing the
crimping die. After this, the crimp height is regularly
measured after about each 1,000 crimps.
Cables
Example of installation using BNC
2. Insert the center contact into the inner conductor of the coaxial cable
and crimp using a crimping tool so that there is no space between the
crimp and the insulator.
s4OCHECKWHETHERTHECRIMPINGHASBEENDONECORRECTLYUSEA
knife to remove the extra burr from the section to be measured and
measure the crimp height. If the measurement does not match the
reference value, adjust the crimping tool until it does.
s$ONOTCRIMPTHESTAGESECTIONATTHEBASEOFTHECENTERCONTACT
1. Measuring Crimping height
Crimp height is measured after the crimp is made.
As shown in the figure, the sum of the measured
values for both directions is divided by two to arrive
at the crimp height. The ideal value range for the
BCP-C3B connector, for example, is 1.4mm to 1.5mm.
When this value is lower (overcrimping occurs) than
the recommended crimp height, the crimp becomes
very hard. A value higher (undercrimping occurs)
than the recommended value can result in increased
electrical resistance and a physically weaker crimp.
Either digital calipers or a micrometer should be used
for measuring crimp height.
Connectors
Whisker
Adjusting Crimp Tool
Fiber-Optic Systems
Crimp Connector Assembly Instructions
Q What is the approximate insertion loss associated with connectors?
A The value varies depending on the connector, but for BNC plugs the value is
approximately 0.1dB per plug (DC–2GHz).
Connectors
31
Connectors
Crimp Tools
Connectors – Die Cross-Reference
■C ANARE
Model Number
BNC
Plug Type
Crimp
B series C, VC Series PC Series MBCP Series LC Series
Jack
Solder
F
RCA
Crimp
Crimp
Solder
Other
Ideal value of
Crimp
Solder
Suitable Die
crimp height
Set
range
1.5C L-1.5C2VS
BCJ-FC1*1
1.5C-2V
BCP-C1*1
BCJ-FC1-7/16*1
TCD-1DB
—
BCJ-RUC1*1
V*-1.5C
BCP-C25
2.5C L-2.5C2V
BCP-C25F
L-2.5CFB
L-2.5CHD BCP-B25HD BCP-C25HDA
3C
L-3C2V
1.40~1.47
MBCP-C25F
RCAP-C25F
FP-C25HD RCAP-C25HD
BCP-H3B*2
BCP-H5/1*2
BCP-C3B
L-3C2VS
V3-3C
V4-3C
BCP-PC3
V5-3C
L-3CFB
LS-3CFB
V*-3CFB
L-3CFW
4C
5C
BCP-B3F
TCD-35CA
FP-C3F
1.40~1.50
RCAP-C3F
TCD-4CA
or
TCD-451CA
TCD-31C
TCD-35D
BCP-H31F*2
BCP-C4B
FP-C31
RCAP-C3GS
BCP-B4F
BCP-B53
BCP-PC4
MBCP-C4
BCJ-C4*1
FP-C4
BCP-C4F
BCP-PC4F
BCP-C53A
BCP-PC5
BCP-LC5
BCP-H5B*2
BCP-H5/1*2
FP-C4F
RCP-C4F
FP-C53A
RCAP-C53
FP-C5
RCAP-C5A
BCP-C5B
BCP-VC5
BCP-C77A
V*-5CFB
L-5CHD
L-6CHD
L-7CHD
L-7CFB
L-8CHD
TCD-35CA
TCD-5CF
or
TCD-55FA
TCD-451CA
TCD-5CF
TCD-55FA
BCP-H51F*2
BCP-C5FA
TCD-4CA
or
TCD-451CA
1.40~1.50
BCP-C52
BCP-B5F
2.10~2.20
RCAP-C77
BCP-B51F
L-5C2W
L-5CFB
VWP-C4A*1
MVP-C4*1
RCAP-C4A
MBCP-C4F
BCP-C5B
LV-77S
8C
BCP-LC3F BCP-H3B*2
BCP-H5/1*2
BCP-B31F
V*-5C
6C
7C
RCAP-C3A
BCP-PC3F
LV-61S
LS-5CFB
MBCP-C3F
BCP-C3F
BCP-C31
L-5CFW
FP-C3
MCM-V5C3
MCF-V5C3
BCP-PC3F
L-3C2W
GS-6
L-4CFB
LS-4CFB
V*-4CFB
L-4.5CHD
L-5C2V
L-5C2VS
BPC-LC3
BCP-C3B
BCP-VC3
FP-C52
BCP-PC5F
MBCP-C5F
BCP-H5B*2
BCP-LC5F BCP-H5/1*2
BCP-H51F*2
FP-C5F
BCP-C5HD
BCP-C6HD
BCP-C7HD
BCP-C7FA
RCAP-C5F
(Remake: BCPPC5F⇒TCD35CA)
TCD-5HD
FP-C7FA
NCP-H8HD*2
1.90~2.00
TCD-67HD
2.15~2.25
TCD-7CA
—
1.90~2.00
—
■O thers
Model Number
B series
Belden 1855A
Belden 1506A
Belden 1505F
BCP-B26
RG-59 B/U
Belden 1505A
Belden 8281
Belden 1694A
Belden 1695A
BCP-B4F
BCP-B53
BNC
Plug Type
Crimp
C Series PC Series MBCP Series
BCP-C25F
BCP-C32
BCP-C42
MBCP-C4
BCP-C4F
BCP-C51
BCP-C53A
BCP-C55A
BCP-PC4F
MBCP-C4F
Belden 9292
BCP-C71A
32
RCA
Other
Crimp
Crimp
Solder
RCAP-C25F
BCJ-C4*1
FP-C4
RCAP-C4A
FP-C4F
RCAP-C4F
Ideal value
Suitable Die of crimp
height
Set
TCD-31C
VWP-C4A*1
MVP-C4*1
TCD-4CA
or
TCD-451CA
1.40~1.50
TCD-451CA
MBCP-C53
FP-C53A
FP-C55A
RCAP-C53
RCAP-C77
FP-C71A
Connectors
*1: The center contact pin is of
solder type.
*2: Crimping tool not required.
range
TCD-35CA
RCAP-C42
BCP-PC4
BCP-C77A
Solder
F
MBCP-C25F
BCP-C4B
Belden 8281F
Jack
TCD-35CA
TCD-5CF
or
TCD-55FA
TCD-7CA
1.90~2.00
Note:
Be sure to use tools compatible
with the cables and connectors.
Using products other than those
designated will prevent corredt
connection. However, there are
some cases in which even a
compatible cable will not be able
to pass through the crimp sleeve.
Please confirm in advance whether
the cables you are using will fit
through Canare crimp sleeves.
Impedance Transformers
Features
● Post production suites
● DAT routing
● Recording studios
● Digital audio tie lines
● SMPTE 276M & AES3 transmission standards
● Coaxial routing of 2 channel AES/EBU digital audio
● Permits longer cable runs vs 110Ω twisted pair
● Signal distribution: Canare video patchbays, routers &
VDA’s
BCJ-XJ-TRB
XLR Fiber-Optic Systems
Applications
BNC Connectors
XLR3 - Female
110Ω Input
BNC Receptacle
75Ω Output
BCJ-XP-TRB
BNC XLR Canare Impedance Transformers allow 75Ω coaxial transmission of all
2 channel AES/EBU Digital Audio signals. Low cost and easy to use,
our I/O adapters are designed to passively convert all standard
AES/EBU digital audio signals from 110Ω/XLR3 Output (@ 4.5 Volts) to
a 75Ω BNC coaxial cable and then back again to a 110Ω/XLR3 Input
(200mV min). Also provides excellent rejection against hum and noise.
XLR3-Male
110 Output
BCJ-XJ-A10TRA
“1 Volt peak to peak” Output version for integrating
base band Video DA’s and Routing Switchers.
Cables
BNC Receptacle
75 Input
GENERAL SPECIFICATION
Bandwidth
0.1 - 6MHz
Maximum Voltage 5V p-p
VSWR
Less than 1.1
Insertion Loss
Less than 0.3 dB
BCJ-XJ-TRB / BCJ-XP-TRB
75 BNC (unbalanced)
BNC 2 0.47 μF
XLR TRANSFORMER
3
1
Panels & Patchbays
XLR3 - Female
BNC Receptacle
110 Input
75 Output (at 1VP-P)
10dB Attenuation Pad
110Ω XLR3 (balanced)
Pin 1: Shell
Pin 2: Hot
Pin 3: Cold
BCJ-XJ-A10TRA
75 BNC (unbalanced)
Panel Mount Types
110Ω XLR3 (balanced)
2 0.47 μF
XJ3F-TRB-BCJ
TRANSFORMER
25
79
2.4
10dB
PAD
60.6
I
MA D E
I M P E D A N
Panel Hole Dimensions
30
1
Pin 1: Shell
Pin 2: Hot
Pin 3: Cold
Cable Reels
3
9
13
2-∅ 2.8
BCJ-TRB-XP3M
4
∅2
23
25
110Ω-75Ω Impedance Transefomer: Input/Output Level Performance
71.5
57.6
5
2.
30
M
MA D E I
2-
I MP E D AN
2.4
18
2-∅ 2.8
Description (Front - Back)
XLR(F) - BNC
XLR(M) - BNC
BNC -XLR(F)
BNC -XLR(M)
XLR(F) - BNC 10dB Pad
BNC - XLR(F) 10dB Pad
Flange Type
ITT XLR-F77
9.0
10.0
1.60
2.39
3.18
3.60
3.98
4.78
5.58
6.38
AES/EBU
Transmitter
(V)
2.0
3.0
4.0
4.5
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
Transformer Out
-10dB Pad
(V)
0.50
0.75
1.01
1.13
1.26
1.51
1.76
2.02
7.18
7.98
9.0
10.0
2.27
2.52
Transformer Out
(V)
BCJ-XJ-TRB/BCJ-XP-TRB
Connectors
Cable Assemblies
Model
XJ3F-TRB-BCJ
XJ3M-TRB-BCJ
BCJ-TRB-XP3F
BCJ-TRB-XP3M
XJ3F-A10TRA-BCJ
BCJ-A10TRA-XP3F
AES/EBU
Transmitter
(V)
2.0
3.0
4.0
4.5
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
BCJ-XJ-A10TRA
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75Ω Triaxial Connectors
75Ω Triaxial Connectors
Fiber-Optic Systems
Canare CC series cover global triaxial interconnection. CC-F series are ideal for interconnecting European triax system
and CC-K series for American triax system.
Key Features and Benefits
● True 75Ω, DC 1.5GHz; ≥20dB return loss (≤1.2 VSWR)
● Push-lock mechanism
- no cable stress when detaching to prevent cable break
● Reliable crimp system
● Rugged and durable construction
CC-K Series
Model
Description
CCF4-JK
CCM4-PK
CCF4-JKR
CCM4-PKR
CCF11-JKR
CCM11-PKR
Suitable Cable
Others
Canare
Crimp type, Female cable mount
Crimp type, Male cable mount
Crimp type, Female panel mount
Crimp type, Male panel mount
Crimp type, Female panel mount
Crimp type, Male panel mount
L-4CFTX
Retrofit Kit
Belden: 1856A, 1857A, 9267
Gepco: LVT61859, VT61859
Belden: 1858A, 9192, 9232,8233**
Gepco: LVT-61811
-
★
★
★
★
★
★
BN9127A
BN9128B
BN9127A
BN9128B
BN9209
BN9208
Boot/Cap
CB23
CB22
DCM02
DCM03
DCM02
DCM03
Connectors
Cable compatibility meets American interconnecting requirements.
Crimp Tool
TC-1 + TCD-316C
TC-2 + TCD-9C
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
** Special retrofit kit available.
78.7
37.5
CANARE
CCF4-JKR
∅
77.2
37.5
18.7
2.5
31
18.7
CANARE
∅ 37
∅ 29.9
Panel Hole Dimensions
37.5
CANARE
31
.5
∅3
Panels & Patchbays
∅ 28.6
77.2
CCM4-PK
31
31
CCF4-JK
∅ 28
37.5
CANARE
∅ 28.4
2.5
18.7
Cables
(78.7)
CCM4-PKR
(VSWR)
1.50
1.45
1.40
Cable Reels
1.35
1.30
1.25
1.20
1.15
1.10
1.05
1GHz
1.5GHz
1.00
2GHz
Cable Assemblies
500MHz
VSWR for CCx4-K
Connectors
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Cables
Q&A
Considerations When Configuring and Selecting Cables
for Microphone Systems
With the growing demand of recent years for both greater physical comfort
and savings in energy consumption, systems incorporating digital control
based on the latest advances in electronics are coming into wider use for
air conditioning and lighting systems. As all these systems come on line, we
cannot help but be reminded of the fact that the wiring used for these digital
control systems generates pulse-based electromagnetic noise of the kind that
affects the very delicate signals used in microphone lines.
Microphone cables are designed to carry a range of signals that span the
spectrum from 1/100 of a volt (10mV) to 1/1,000,000 (1μV). One small error
in wiring procedure or cable selection and the entire microphone system turns
into an antenna collecting the surrounding noise.
The following section uses a question and answer format to cover a list of
the essential points for configuring microphone systems.
Fig. 1 Noise induced in star quad cable (Canare L-4E5AT)
Q1
Under what sort of conditions should a two-conductor
microphone cable be used?
The two-conductor microphone cable is suited to environments where noise
is not such a great factor and the audio signals are in the comparatively high
-20dB to 0dB level range. In such cases, the two-conductor cable offers the
advantages of smaller diameter and lower cost. Of course if microphone level,
rather than line level, is the criterion being used, star quad cable should be
used instead.
Q2
Under what conditions should star quad microphone cable be
used?
This type is used for environments with a higher noise factor and where
audio signals are in the low -50dB or less range. This type of cable performs
well under noise conditions that exceed the capacity of the two-conductor
shielded cable, effectively shielding out over ninety percent more noise. (See
Figs. 1, 2)
However, should this type be routed alongside a power cable of any
significant capacity it should probably be encased in metal conduit just to be
safe.
<Test conditions>
1. Flush along power cables for 20m distance
2. Power cable connected to lighting fixture dimmed to 50% capacity with load of 1kW.
3. The noise induced in the audio cable was boosted by 50dB in the head amplifier and viewed
on a spectrum analyzer.
Isn’t star quad cable expensive?
1000
The cost for this type of cable has fallen significantly in recent years.
Several decades ago, cost was so prohibitive a factor that only large musical
auditoriums and broadcasting facilities could afford them. Canare succeeded
in developing a low-cost star quad cable using aluminum foil in 1981. In
addition to traditional professional facilities, this type gained wide use in such
non-traditional areas as wedding halls and school lecture rooms.
500
400
Lateral distance (cm)
Q3
Fig. 2 Noise induced in two-conductor shielded cable (MVVS)
Fig. 3 Distances for
positioning
microphone and
power cables
r
nd
Aa
300
00
V8
20
0V
0
~5
0A
0
40
<Requisite conditions>
1. Cables are the star quad
type.
2. Power cables are in
the circular cab tire
configuration.
0A
k
3~9
200
ove
V
10
00
~4
0
20
100
A
0V
50
25
A
10
50
5V
12
40
Q4
When avoiding use of metal conduit, how far away should
microphone cable be from power cables?
When foregoing the use of protective metal conduit, use the graph shown
in Fig. 3 as a general guide for distancing cables. Note that ignoring basic
guidelines for positioning cables can easily result in noise induction problems
which are very difficult to deal with later. Encasing microphone cables in
metal conduits is highly recommended for applications that utilize the delicate
signal range.
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Cables
30
20
2
3
5
10
20
Parallel distance (m)
30 40
100
Q&A
Q&A
What considerations are required when using a rack for strong
electric current?
The same as for the preceding question when metal conduit is not used.
Q8
What are the criteria for choosing between the many different
types of microphone cables?
As all are designed to provide electromagnetic shielding there is not that much
basic difference in shielding performance. However, they do differ in various
specific characteristics. Cable type should be selected according to specific
requirements. (See Fig. 5)
Q6
Would there be any problem with routing the cables through a
flexible metal conduit?
The flexible conduit would certainly help to reduce noise but would not be
as effective as a rigid metal conduit. Use the graph in Fig. 4 as a guide for
distancing cables.
Fiber-Optic Systems
Q5
1) Braided shield
2) Spiral shield
Fig. 4 Distances for
positioning
microphone and
power cables when
routing microphone
cables via flexible
metal conduit
Lateral distance (cm)
500
400
300
r
200
ve
do
n
Aa
kV
3~9
800
100
0A
V
00
~5
0
40
20
0V
40
0~
20
A
50
0V
50
25
40
A
30
5V
10
12
20
2
3
5
10
20
30 40
100
Parallel distance (m)
Q7
What is a “corrugate” configuration?
Fig. 5 Types of star quad microphone cables
s"RAIDED3HIELD
The braided copper shield is designed to maintain effective shielding
performance, regardless of how many times the cable is unwound, bent,
twisted or rewound. It is ideal for use as handheld microphone cables or
extension cables. This type is more expensive than other types as it is braided
very finely to ensure a highly impenetrable shield. Cable termination requires
seasoned expertise.
s3PIRAL3HIELD
The spiral shield consists of several copper wires wound tightly around the
cable in a spiral wind. The shielding effect is heightened by winding the
shield on twice, each time from different directions in what is referred to
as the “double-spiral shield.” The cost range for the spiral shield cable lies
roughly mid way between the braided shield and the aluminum foil shield
cable. Although cable termination operations are comparatively simple, the
spiral shield tends to deteriorate when flexed too frequently. It is designed for
stationary installation.
Panels & Patchbays
The corrugate, shown in Photograph 1, is a configuration in which thin metal
tape which serves as a shield is wound in a spiraled design around the cable.
It is mainly used in underground cables. The shielding effect of the corrugate
is midway between that of bare cable and cable routed through metal conduit.
One drawback is its poor flexibility. Special care must be taken when bending
this type of cable.
3) Aluminum foil shield
Cables
<Requisite conditions>
1. Cables are the star quad
type routed through flexible
metal conduit.
2. Metal conduit is grounded
using appropriate level of
resistance.
3. Power cables are in
the circular cab tire
configuration.
0A
10
Connectors
1000
s!LUMINUM&OIL3HIELD
AWG is for Indicating conductor size
AWG Conductor cross sec. area (mm2)
13
2.81
14
2.18
15
1.75
16
1.27
18
1.0
20
0.51, 0.56
AWG Conductor cross sec. area (mm2)
22
0.34, 0.37, 0.39
23
0.29, 0.30, 0.31
24
0.20, 0.22, 0.23
25
0.18
26
0.14, 0.15
28
0.08, 0.09
31
0.04
Cable Assemblies
AWG is the abbreviation for American Wire Gauge. For solid center
conductor, numbers are decided by conductor O.D. and for stranded
center conductor, numbers are decided by conductor cross sectional
area. The AWG numbers for conductors used at Canare are listed in
Table 1.
Table 1: AWG Numbers for Cables Used by Canare
Cables
Cable Reels
Photograph 1 Microphone cable with corrugate configuration
The aluminum foil shield cable consists of aluminum foil fused onto a
polyester film and wound around the cable in the form of a tape. Cable
termination involves a simple operation and the cable is relatively inexpensive.
The aluminum foil cable is recommended for use as stationary cabling.
Aluminum foil cable with a Kevlar cable filler is highly recommended for
areas where cables will be routed through metal conduit. The Kevlar filler
protects the cable as it passes through the conduit, preventing cable breakage
or shorting, even when intense stress is applied to the cable. The aluminum
foil cable is currently widely used in function halls and multipurpose track and
field stadiums.
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Cables
Star Quad Cables
The Star Quad Story
Canare Star Quad obtains its name from the 4-conductor style construction
that minimizes the “loop area” between twists of the conductors. This “double
balanced” pairing, reduces susceptibility to electromagnetically induced
noise. The improvement in noise rejection is so noticeable, that even SCR
dimmer noise (stage lighting consoles), is reduced to less than 1/10 the level
found in other 2-conductor microphone cables.
Canare Star Quad is designed for use with microphones but is also
excellent for all line-level signals (e.g. mixer to power amps). The 4-conductor
Star Quad arrangement, cancels electromagnetically induced noise from
Filler
Canare selects cotton, jute and /or
exotic polyester fibers for packing.
These fillers prevent stretching and
twisting of the inner conductors
which can cause noise. Additionally,
paper, Mylar and/or cloth tape, bind
conductors so cables hold their
shape.
SCR dimmer packs, fluorescent lighting ballasts and AC power transformers.
Handling noise is prevented by use of cotton filler material. Excellent frequency
response is maintained due to special irradiated polyethylene insulation which
provides a low capacitance dielectric.
Canare Star Quad cable with braided shields is super flexible. We use large
numbers of thin wire strands in the copper conductors and overall braided
shield. We extrude a special compound PVC outer jacket that remains pliant
at extremely low temperatures with no wait between cold shipping and
installation.
Conductors
All Canare microphone cables utilize
highconductivity,
annealed copper wires, stranded
to form flexible conductors and shields.
Insulation
Canare cables utilize special polymer
compounds that reduce capacitive “R-C”
filter roll off within the cable and prevent
high voltage breakdown. By irradiating
the material, the polymer becomes
extensively cross-linked, chemically inert,
water resistant, and remains flexible at very
low temperatures. Irradiated PE is superior
to ordinary polyethylene because it is heat
resistant. Canare insulation will not shrink
back, flow or char when soldering, so you
save initial and rework time, and achieve
more reliable connections.
Jacket
Canare uses specially formulated PVC compounds
that combine to make a tough, strong
and durable outer jacket with excellent flexibility.
These qualities are retained even at
very low temperatures, so Canare cables
will not stiffen or crack. Available in 10
attractive colors.
Shield
Canare does not use spiral (serve) shields because they
can spread apart with use. Our shields are more difficult
to manufacture because we use many thin copper strands in a
densely woven braid. The shields are super flexible and offer
outstanding noise rejection.
In order to maximize noise rejection, Star Quad must be properly wired to the
XLR-3 connector (or terminal block).
BLUE
WHITE
WHITE
SHIELD
1
3
2
XLR
CONNECTOR
BLUE
STAR QUAD
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Cables
Because the shield density on Canare Cable is very high, it is somewhat
difficult to push back the braid and pull the inner conductors through.
Instead, we strongly
recommend unbraiding
the shield by “combing”
it out with a pointed
tool, beginning at the
end of the cable.
Star Quad Cables
Star Quad Microphone Cables (Single)
■ Aluminum Foil Shield
Type
Model
Sales Nom.
Weight No. of
units O.D
cond.
m
L-4E5AT
kg/100m
5.0
3.2
4
6.2
5.0
4
100
200
L-4E5AT
Jacket colors L-4E5AT, L-4E6AT: gray, black
L-4E6AT
Insulation: Cross-linked PE (blue-blue, white-white) Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
Electrical characteristics
Twist Cond. Shield Nom. Nom.
pitch D.C.R. D.C.R. cap.* cap.**
mm
/100m
/100m pF/m pF/m
0.18(25)
16/0.12A
21
10.7
—
164
222
0.31(23)
12/0.18A
25
6.4
—
150
210
*Capacitance between conductors **Capacitance between conductor and shield.
Connectors
mm
Composition
Cross sec area (AWG)
and cond. comp.
mm2/(AWG)
Q’ty/mm
Fiber-Optic Systems
Effectively reduce noise levels to 1/10 that of general-purpose, 2-conductor shielded cables.
L-4E5AT, L-4E6AT
● The Kevlar* cable filler prevents damage due to excess stretching and stress that may occur when pulling the cable through conduits. <Fig. 1>
● Internal drain wire eliminates the troublesome part of line termination work.
● Aluminum foil shield blocks out electromagnetic noise.
● The microphone cable of choice for music auditorium and studio facilities where noise prevention and audio quality come first.
Cables
* Kevlar is the registered trademark of Dupont Corporation.
L-4E5AT
L-4E6AT
L-4E6AT
without
Kevlar filler
20
Insulation tube
L-4E5AT
without
Kevlar filler
5
1) Cut away jacket. Aluminum foil
shield is easy to remove.
Drain wire Insulation tube
Drain wire
2) Pull out drain line and insert
insulation tube.
3) Remove the Kevlar filler and slide
on a heat shrink tube or
insulation tube to complete
operation. (A). Or, slide on
termination tube. (B)
Fig. 2 Frequency Characteristics for
L-4E5AT (100m)
5
10
Stretch ratio (%)
Fig.1 Cable Pull Load and Stretch Ratio
Panels & Patchbays
Pull load (kg-f)
40
A.
Heat shrink or insulation tube
Cable Reels
B.
Terminal tube
* When removing Kevlar, grasp it together with the other filler and cut away in
one motion using scissors or pincers.
Fig. 3 Terminating L-4E5AT and L-4E6AT
Cable Assemblies
Cables
37
Cables
Star Quad Cables
■ Aluminum Foil Shield
Type
Sales Nom.
Weight No. of
units O.D
cond.
Model
m
L-4E5C
mm kg/100m
L-4E6S
Electrical characteristics
Twist
pitch
Shield
Coverage
"RAID
mm2/(AWG)
Q’ty/mm
mm
%
Cond. Shield Nom. Nom.
D.C.R. D.C.R. cap.* cap.**
/100m
/100m pF/m pF/m
4.8
3.4
4
0.15(26)
30/0.08A
18
>96% 13.0
2.4
162
200
6.0
5.0
4
0.20(24)
40/0.08A
20
>94%
3.0
150
185
100
200
305
L-4E6S
Jacket colors L-4E6S: brown, red, orange, yellow, green,
blue, purple, gray, white, black
L-4E5C: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, gray, black
Composition
Cross sec area (AWG)
and cond. comp.
Insulation: Cross-linked PE (blue-blue, white-white) Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
9.8
*Capacitance between conductors. **Capacitance between conductor and shield.
Response dB
L-4E5C, L-4E6S
● Bend resistant design makes this ideal for the stage and for press
conference type applications.
● Braid coverage of 94% or over provides intense shielding that blocks
out electromagnetic noise.
● L-4E6S conductor consists of 40 ultra-fine 0.08mm strands
(30 for L-4E5C) in a stranded format that offers excellent durability.
0
–10
–20
–30
1k 2k 5k 10k 20k 50k 100k 200k Frequency(Hz)
Fig. 4 Frequency Characteristics for L-4E6S (100m)
Star Quad Multichannel Microphone Cables
■ Aluminum Foil Shield
Type
L-4E4-8AT
Jacket color: gray
Model
★
★
★
L-4E4-2AT
L-4E4-4AT
L-4E4-8AT
L-4E4-12AT
L-4E4-16AT
L-4E4-24AT
No. of
Sales Nom.
Weight
cond.
No. of units O.D
ch.
2
4
8
12
16
24
m
mm
kg/100m
100
200
10.5
12.3
16.9
18.9
20.9
26.1
12
17
31
41
50
76
Insulation: Cross-linked PE (blue-blue, white-white) Jacket, inner Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
8
16
32
48
64
96
Unit composition
Electrical characteristics
Cross sec area (AWG)
and cond. comp.
Twist
pitch
Ch.
O. D.
Cond.
D.C.R.
mm2/(AWG)
Q’ty/mm
mm
mm
/100m
/100m pF/m pF/m
21
3.7
10.8
—
0.18(25)
16/0.12A
164
*Capacitance between conductors **Capacitance between conductor and shield.
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
● The multichannel microphone cable is the cable of choice for music
auditorium and studio facilities where noise prevention and audio
quality are the prime considerations.
● Each unit contains the highly pull-resistant Kevlar cable filler.
Fig. 1 Crosstalk Characteristics for
L-4E4-4AT (100m)
Cables
Nom.
cap.*
Nom.
cap.**
4E4AT Unit
L-4E3-**AT, L-4E4-**AT
38
Shield
D.C.R.
222
Star Quad Cables, Two-Conductor Shielded Cables
■ "RAIDED3HIELD
Model
★
★
★
L-4E3-8P
Jacket color: black (L-4E3-2H gray)
L-4E3-2P
L-4E3-4P
L-4E3-8P
L-4E3-12P
L-4E3-16P
L-4E3-24P
Insulation: Cross-linked PE (blue-blue, white-white) Jacket, inner jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
Electrical characteristics
Ch. Cond. Shield Nom. Nom.
O. D. D.C.R. D.C.R. cap.* cap.**
mm
/100m
/100m pF/m pF/m
3.4
24.9
3.4
145
Fiber-Optic Systems
Type
Unit composition
No. of
Sales Nom.
Shield
Weight
Cross
sec
area
(AWG) Twist coverage
cond.
No. of units O.D
and cond. comp. pitch (braid)
ch.
mm2/(AWG)
mm
%
m
mm kg/100m
Q’ty/mm
2
8.9
8.2
8
4
10.9 13
16
8
32
100 15.3 26
0.08(28)
16 >93%
200 17.4 36
7/0.12A
12
48
16
18.9 46
64
24
24.0 70
96
170
Connectors
*Capacitance between conductors **Capacitance between conductor and shield.
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
L-4E3-**P, L-4E4-**P
● Ideal multichannel cable for PA and live events where cables are laid down and taken back up on a regular basis.
● Contains the highly pull-resistant Kevlar cable filler.
Fig. 1 Crosstalk Characteristics for
L-4E4-4P (100m)
■ Cross-sectional View
Single unit config.
Braided shield
Inner jacket
Kevlar
Aluminum
foil shield
Drain wire
Drain wire
Braided shield
Paper tape
8
1
1
4
2
1
8
3
6
5
1
9
2
7
2
3
Filler
12ch
8ch
7
4
16ch
2
10
3
12 11
4
6 5
11 1 2
3
10 12
16 13
4
9
15 14
5
8
7 6
Inner jacket
24ch
Cables
Aluminum foil shield
4ch
2ch
15 1 2
3
14
16
17 4
24
13
18
23
5
12
19
22
6
21 20
11
7
10
9 8
■ Channel color code: Spiral marks on inner jacket (gray).
Unit no.
1
RED
2
BLU
3
YEL
4
5
GRN BRN
6
-
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
BLU/ YEL/ GRN/ BRN/ BLK BLU/ YEL/ GRN/ BRN/ ORN BLU/ YEL/ GRN/ BRN/ PNK BLU/ YEL/ GRN/
BLK BLK BLK BLK
ORN ORN ORN ORN
PNK PNK PNK PNK
WHT WHT WHT
Panels & Patchbays
Spiral mark
Two-Conductor Shielded Cables (Single)
■ Aluminum Foil Shield
Type
Model
Sales
units Nom. Weight No. of
cond.
O.D
m
200
500
3.2
1.3
Insulation: Cross-linked PE (polyethylene for L-2E5AL and L-2B2AL) Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
2
0.18(25)
16/0.12A
Electrical characteristics
Twist Cond. Shield Nom. Nom.
pitch D.C.R. D.C.R. cap.* cap.**
mm
/100m
/100m pF/m pF/m
25
10.5
—
73
120
*Capacitance between conductors **Capacitance between conductor and shield.
Cable Reels
L-2B2AT
,"!4
Jacket colors: gray, black
mm kg/100m
Composition
Cross sec area (AWG)
and cond. comp.
mm2/(AWG)
Q’ty/mm
,"!4
● Ideal for internal rack wiring.
● Internal drain wire eliminates the troublesome part of line termination work.
Cable Assemblies
&IG&REQUENCY#HARACTERISTICSFOR,"!4M
Cables
39
Cables
Two-Conductor Shielded Cables
■ "RAIDED3HIELD
Type
Composition
Electrical characteristics
Sales
Shield Cond. Shield Nom. Nom.
No.
of
Nom.
Cross
sec
area
(AWG)
Twist
units
coverage
Weight
cond.
O.D
and cond. comp.
pitch (braid) D.C.R. D.C.R. cap.* cap.**
Model
m
mm kg/100m
mm2/(AWG)
Q’ty/mm
mm
%
/100m
/100m pF/m pF/m
L-2T2S
★
L-2T2S
Jacket colors for L-2T2S: red, orange, yellow, blue,
gray, black; for L-2T2S+: black; for L-2E5: black
L-2T2S +
L-2E5
100
200
6.0
4.6
2
0.30(23)
60/0.08A
20
94% or
more
6.4
3.1
70
106
200
4.6
3.0
2
0.15(26)
30/0.08A
18
94% or
more
12.7
2.2
—
—
Insulation: Cross-linked PE Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
*Capacitance between conductors **Capacitance between conductor and shield.
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
L-2T2S, L-2T2S +, L-2E5
● Braid coverage of 94% and above provides dense shielding that blocks
out electromagnetic noise.
● L-2T2S (+) consists of 60 ultra-fine 0.08mm strands (30 for L-2E5) in a
stranded format that offers excellent durability.
● Highly pliable and durable PVC used for jacket. (Brittle temp. -49°C)
● L-2T2S +: Improved price and yet the same spec as L-2T2S.
■ Aluminum Foil Shield
Type
No. of
Sales Nom.
Weight
cond.
No. of units O.D
ch.
Model
m
★
★
★
★
MR202-24AT
Jacket color: black
MR202-2AT
MR202-4AT
MR202-8AT
MR202-12AT
MR202-16AT
MR202-24AT
MR202-32AT
2
4
8
12
16
24
32
100
200
mm kg/100m
6.7
7.6
11.0
12.7
4.6
7.0
14
20
4
8
16
24
14.0
17.4
19.1
23
39
44
32
48
64
Insulation: Cross-linked PE Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
Unit composition
Electrical characteristics
Twist Ch. Cond. Shield Nom. Nom.
pitch O. D. D.C.R. D.C.R. cap.* cap.**
Cross sec area (AWG)
and cond. comp.
mm2/(AWG)
Q’ty/mm
mm
mm
/100m
/100m pF/m pF/m
0.18(25)
7/0.18A
25
2.7
10.7
—
Note:
The MR202-AT Series cables are
not geared to conduit or field use
applications in which cables are
subject to strong pulling action.
Crosstalk Characteristics for
MR202-24AT (100m)
■ Cross-sectional View
Single unit config.
1 2
Filler
Aluminum foil shield
2ch
Jacket
Overall
Wrapping
tape
4
1
2
3
8 1 2
3
7
6 54
4 1211
5 3 10
1 2
9
6
7 8
6 1615
7 5 14
1
8 2 4 13
9 3 12
10 11
11 2423
12 10 22
3
9 21
13
4 21 8
20
14 5
7
15 6 19
16 17 18
171632
18 5 31
19 6 15 30
14
7
20 4 3 1329
8
2
21 9 1 12 28
22 1011 27
23242526
8ch
12ch
16ch
24ch
32ch
4ch
■ Channel color code: Inner jacket color coding and spiral markings,.* Insulation inside units: one is clear and the other bears the same color as the spiral markings.
Unit no.
Insulation color
Spiral markings
Inner jacket color
40
1
2
3
BRN RED ORN
BRN RED ORN
4
YEL
YEL
5
6
GRN BLU
GRN BLU
BLK
7
PPL
PPL
142
*Capacitance between conductors **Capacitance between conductor and shield.
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
MR202-AT Series
Multichannel cable for studio applications.
Ideal for pit (duct) wiring and for interconnecting devices in studios.
● Color coding for channels conforms to international standards pertaining
to color coding for resistors.
● Internal drain wire eliminates the troublesome part of line termination
work.
● Outer diameter is a very slim 17.4mm, even with 24 channels.
Drain wire
Inner jaket
76
8
9
10 11 12 13
GRY WHT BLK BRN RED ORN
GRY WHT BLK − RED ORN
14 15 16
YEL GRN BLU
YEL GRN BLU
BRN
Cables
17
PPL
PPL
18 19 20 21 22 23
GRY WHT BLK BRN RED ORN
GRY WHT BLK BRN − ORN
24 25 26
YEL GRN BLU
YEL GRN BLU
RED
27
PPL
PPL
28 29 30 31 32
GRY WHT BLK BRN RED
GRY WHT BLK BRN RED
ORN
Speaker Cables
Speaker Cables (Single)
■ 4-conductor Speaker Cable
Type
Model
Composition
Sales Nom.
Weight
Cross sec
units O.D
No. of
Cond. comp
area (AWG)
cond.
Q’ty/mm
mm2/(AWG)
mm2 m
mm kg/100m
Pair
crosssec
Electrical characteristics
Twist
pitch
mm
Cond. D.C.R.
Nom. capacitance*
Ω/100m
pF/m
6.4
5.4
4
0.51(20)
20/0.18A
45
3.7
125
8.3
9.5
4
1.27(16)
50/0.18A
70
1.5
145
4S11
4.3
10.7 16
4
2.18(14)
4S8
Jacket color for 4S6: gray, black, red, blue, cream; for 4S8: gray, black; for 4S11: gray, black
Insulation: polyethylene (red, translucent red, white, translucent white) Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
41/0.26A
100
0.9
146
4S6
1.0
4S8
2.5
100
200
Fiber-Optic Systems
Four-conductor configuration minimizes noise and polyethylene insulation reduces induction rate to boost frequency characteristics
*Capacitance between conductors.
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Connectors
4S6, 4S8, 4S11
● High-performance PVC jacket, resistant to bending and twisting.
● 4S6 designed to fit snugly with Cannon XLR.
Technical Note
Four-conductor Configuration Minimizes Noise
Fig.2 Electromagnetic Field
Generated by FourConductor Cable
The electromagnetic field is attenuated by a factor of
1
␥ 2 (where ␥ is the distance from the bisecting point
the line that links the two conductor cores)
Fig.3 Electromagnetic Field Generated by
Two-Conductor Cable
As the formula shows, a high conductor resistance in the speaker
cable, the lower the damping factor, which prevents even quality
amplifiers from performing at their best.
When selecting cables, users should aim for a higher damping factor
in the range of 20 to 50 for music facilities, and a lower factor of 10 to
20 for sports stadiums, where output is mainly speech. The table below
shows the damping factors (DF) for various lengths of Canare cable for
use as a quick reference.
Cable Reels
The goal when using speaker cables is to keep them as short as possible.A rather lofty ideal, however, given the real demands of large
facilities. Power amplifiers are in one location, power lines must be
drawn and various other electrical systems for maintenance and safety
are also in place. Economic considerations preclude splurging on the
thicker, more expensive cabling. The following section describes an
example for selecting speaker cables using the damping factor as the
criterion.
The damping factor is the damping effect on the speaker that is
determined by power amplifier performance. It is expressed using the
formula shown below.
speaker impedance
damping factor =
power amp. output impedance + speaker cable conductor resistance
Electromagnetic field is attenuated by
1
a factor of ␥ 3 (where ␥ is the distance
from the intersect point of diagonal
lines linking the conductor cores)
Panels & Patchbays
Selecting the Right Speaker Cable
Cables
Because speaker cables are used to transmit comparatively high
frequency signals, there is always the danger of electromagnetic noise
affecting microphone cables that are used to transmit signals in the
very delicate range. To overcome this problem, Canare has adopted a
four-conductor configuration for all of its speaker cables. As shown in
Fig. 2, the centers of the four conductors are positioned equidistantly in
a configuration where the magnetic fields of adjoining cables are
designed to cancel each other out. This distance factor significantly
enhances the attenuation effect over that of the two-conductor
configuration illustrated in Fig. 3. The result is a speaker cable design
with a significantly lower noise emission factor.
Table 1 Values calculated assuming power amplifier output impedance is 0.05Ω
Model Pair cond. resist. (Ω/100m)
& cross-sec (mm2)
4S6
4S8
4S11
1.87/1.0mm2 AWG 17
14
0.75/2.5mm2
0.43/4.3mm2
11
Cond. resist. (Ω/100m)
for return path
3.7
1.5
0.87
Cable length/damping factor
DF=20
DF=50
9.5 m
23.3
40.2
3.0 m
7.3
12.6
Cable Assemblies
The greater the damping factor the better the ability to control the
speaker and create sharp, clear quality in low range output.
Cables
41
Cables
OFC Line, RS422 Cables
OFC Line Cables
Type
Model
Inner cond.
Insulation
Nom.
Weight Cross sec area (AWG) Nom. Nom.
O.D
and cond. comp.
O.D
O.D
mm2/(AWG)
mm kg/100m
mm mm
Q’ty/mm
Sales
units
m
GS-6
Jacket color for GS-4: black
GS-6: red, orange, yellow, green, blue,
black
Outer conductors
Shield construction
and coverage
mm/ends/carriers
/100m
/100m pF/m
4.7
3.1
—
1.8
2.5
160
GS-4
200
4.0
2.7
0.39(22)
50/0.1(OFC)
0.82
1.82
Carbon plastic shield
+0.1 (OFC)/6/16
93% or more
GS-6
100
200
5.8
5.0
1.0(18)
127/0.1(OFC)
1.3
3.0
Carbon plastic shield
+0.1 (OFC)/8/16
92% or more
Insulation: polyethylene Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
Electrical characteristics
Chan. Shield. Nom.
D.C.R. D.C.R. cap.*
*Capacitance between conductor to shield.
GS-4, GS-6
* Note:
The GS-4 and GS-6 have a
layer of carbon plastic shield
underneath the braided shield
(see Fig. 1) to block out noise.
Shorting will result if this shield
contacts the center conductor
line, so special care must be
taken when connecting the cable.
● Outer conductor of fine 0.1mm∅ OFC strands provide a highly flexible
braided configuration. (See photographs A and B)
Fig. 2 Frequency Characteristics for GS-6
(100m, 100Ω 1MΩ load)
● Center conductor with 127 fine 0.1mm∅ strands (50 for GS-4) increases
durability.
RS422 Cables
Type
Crosssection
view
Model
Unit composition
Cross sec area (AWG) Shield
and cond. comp. coverage
Unit type
mm2/(AWG)
%
mm kg/100m
Q’ty/mm
Sales Nom.
Weight
units O.D
m
A2C3
A2C3
Jacket color: black
6.5
100
200
500
A2C3-SS
7.0
A2C3-SS
Jacket color: black
2.5
0.22(24)
11/0.16TA
—
1.24
Digital lines
two conductor
shielded x 2
0.09(28)
7/0.127TA
90% or
more
Spiral shield
2.5
Control lines
0.2mm2 x 3
0.22(24)
11/0.16TA
—
1.24
0.09(28)
7/0.127TA
C
Control lines
0.2mm2 x 3
A
C
5.5
7.2
mm
90% or
more
Spiral shield
Digital lines
two conductor
shielded x 2
A
Unit
O.D.
CharacOverall
Comductor
teristic Attenuation
Sield
resistance
impedance
coverage
%
Ω/100m
Ω
D"M
(–)
25.2
110
—
8.9
—
—
25.2
110
—
8.9
—
—
—
92.7%
Spiral
shield
Insulation: Cross-linked foam PE Jacket: Frame retardant PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
A2C3
A2C3-SS
● Short distance version of the RS422 class cables.
● Irradiated foam core PE used for the insulation in the digital signal unit.
● Created by adding an overall spiral shield to the A2C3 to heighten
shielding performance.
42
Cables
AES/EBU Digital Audio Cables
Ideal for conveying digital audio signals in conformance with AES/EBU and IEC standards.
No. of
ch.
Type
Model
1
DA206
1
DA202
1
DA202AT
★
2
DA202F-2P
★
4
DA202F-4P
★
8
DA202F-8P
Unit composition
Electrical characteristics
CharacSales Nom.
teristic
Weight Cross sec area (AWG) Twist Shield cov- Unit Cond. Shield Nom. Nom.
units O.D
and cond. comp. pitch erage (braid) O.D. D.C.R D.C.R. cap.* cap.** impedance
mm2/(AWG)
mm
%
mm Ω/100m Ω/100m pF/m pF/m
m
mm kg/100m
Ω
Q’ty/mm
Attenuation
Fiber-Optic Systems
!%3%"5$IGITAL!UDIO#ABLES
D"M
(3MHz)
7.3
7.5
0.56(20)
7/0.32A
60
95% or
more
—
3.3
1.4
48
73
110
2.6
5.0
3.6
0.18(25)
7/0.18A
32
95% or
more
—
10.6
2.2
45
—
110
5.1
4.0
1.6
0.18(25)
7/0.18A
38
—
—
10.6
—
45
—
110
6.7
7.7
6.2
8.8
10
0.18(25)
7/0.18TA
25
3.0
11.3
3.0
47
95
110
5.6
11.5
17
91% or
more
Spiral
shield
DA206 Jacket color: blue
Connectors
100
200
DA202 Jacket color: blue
DA202AT Jacket color: blue
DA202F-8P Jacket color: blue
100
200
500
*Capacitance between conductors **Capacitance between conductor and shield.
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
DA202F Series
● PE rod configuration ensures consistent 110Ω impedance with large or
small bends in cable during installation.
● DA206 ideal for degital audio paths up to 360m*.
DA202 ideal for degital audio paths up to 180m*.
● Slim and lightweight.
● DA202F-8P designed to fit snugly with D-sub 25 pin connector.
● Cross-linked foam PE insulation.
● Ideal for digital audio paths up to 140m*.
Panels & Patchbays
DA206, DA202 Series
*Condition: AES3 SR48kHz
■ Cross-sectional View for DA202F-P
■ Channel Color Coding
Cables
Insulation: Cross-linked PE (DA202F-P: Cross-linked foam PE) Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
DA202F-P: by the insulator color & the spiral markings on the inner jacket (blue).
Unit no.
Insulator Color
Spiral Markings
1
BRN,
WHT
BRN
2
RED,
WHT
RED
3
ORG,
WHT
ORG
4
YEL,
WHT
YEL
5
GRN,
WHT
GRN
6
BLU,
WHT
—
7
PUR,
WHT
PUR
8
GRY,
WHT
GRY
Cable Reels
Cable Assemblies
Cables
43
Cables
75Ω Coaxial Cables
75Ω Coaxial Cables
Canare’s variety of coaxial cable series support full-range of video formats. Our cutting-edge L-CHD, L-CFW, and L-CFB
series are ideal for HD-SDI distribution.
■ Super Low Loss Coax (Highly-Foamed PE Insulation)
Type
Model
Inner cond
Sales Nom.
Weight
units O.D
Composition O.D.
m
Inner
cond.
resistance
Outer
Static Charac-teristic Attenucond.
capacity impedance
ation
resistance
Qty/mm
(AWG)
mm
mm
mm/ends/carriers
Ω/km
Ω/km
nF/km
1kHz
Ω
D"M
750MHz
4.2
2.6
1/0.59A (23)
0.59
2.59
0.12TA/7/16
(95% or more)
≤64.3
≤16.9
53
75±3
30.2
L-4CHD
6.1
5.2
1/0.82A (20)
.82
3.68
0.14TA/8/16
(95% or more)
≤3.6
≤1.1
@100m @100m
53
75±3
21.3
L-4.5CHD
7.0
6.2
1/1.02A (18)
1.02
4.57
0.14TA/6/24
(91% or more)
≤23.3
53
75±3
17.4
7.7
7.4
1/1.20A (17)
1.2
4.9
1068 1/1.5A (15)
1.5
6.1
0.14TA/7/24
50
75±3
15.6
≤16.1
≤8.2
(93% or more)
0.14TA/7/24
50
75±3
12.9
≤10.3
≤7.2
(93% or more)
0.16TA/8/24
50
75±3
10.9
≤ 7.1
≤6.1
(93% or more)
0.16TA/8/24
50
75±3
9.6
≤5.8
≤6.3
(90% or more)
★ Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
L-2.5CHD
★ L-5CHD
Jacket colors: black, red, yellow, green, blue
and others (please ask us).
mm kg/100m
Insulation Outer conductors
Shield coverage
O.D.
& comp.
200
—
★ L-6CHD
8.9
★ L-7CHD
10.2
13
1/1.8A (13)
1.8
7.3
★ L-8CHD
11.1
14
1/2.0A (12)
2.0
8.2
Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 1000V AC/min.
L-CHD Series
● Highly-foamed PE insulation allows further improvement in the attenuation characteristics.
● Multi-layer insulation in which to each layer is given a different foaming ratio is used to increase strength.
● Tinned copper braid with aluminum foil brings excellent shielding.
● Flame resistance UL 1666 Riser (L-2.5CHD, L-4.5CHD, L-4CHD and L-5CHD)
≤9.9
<View of Three-Layer Insulation >
(L-6CHD, L-7CHD, L-8CHD)
Outer layer
Highly-foamed layer
Inner skin layer
Note 1;Designed for fixed installation, and not fit for mobile use where external force or pressure is unavoidable.
Note 2;Cable strippers (TS100 series) cannot be used.
Technical Note
"RAIDED3HIELD
Many types of video coax. What’re the differences and how select?
$OUBLE,AYER"RAIDED3HIELD
In brief, there are three of essential factors: 1) center conductor, 2) insulation, and 3) shield. Each factor has its advantage and
disadvantage as described below:
"RAIDED3HIELDWITH!LUMINUM&OIL
1) Center Conductor: two types existing, “Solid” and “Stranded”. Stranded conductor is more flexible and therefore the best choice for
mobile and stage use.
■ Attenuation (distance 100m)
2) Insulation: includes “Solid”, “Foamed”, and “Highly-foamed” types. Foamed and highly-foamed insulation would perform better
attenuation, compared to the solid type thus they are often selected for hi-def video. However, since foamed and high-foamed insulation
contain the air physically, they are weak to external pressure. You should pay attention to where and how the cables are installed.
3) Shield: we have “Braided” and “Braided with aluminum foil” type. Braided shields include single, double, or triple layers as well as bare
copper or tinned copper. Braided with aluminum foil offers perfect screening, but they are not suitable for movement-intensive and
mobile applications due to the foil’s lack of strength. In that case, it’s better to choose “Braided”.
SMPTE 259M
Composite NTSC
143 Mb/s
m
265
314
344
319
415
551
563
535
614
766
902
1035
)452"4
Composite PAL
177 Mb/s
m
242
287
314
288
314
504
513
483
562
700
824
945
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
[MHz]
3000
-10
-20
L-8CHD
L-7CHD
L-6CHD
L-7CFB
L-5CHD
L-4.5CHD
L-5CFB
-30
-40
-50
L-4CFB
-60
L-2.5CHD
■ Maximum Transmission Distance by Video Format
Standard
Video Format
"IT2ATE
Model
L-2.5CFB
L-2.5CHD
L-3CFB
L-3CFW
L-4CFB
L-4.5CHD
L-5CFB
L-5CFW
L-5CHD
L-6CHD
L-7CHD
L-8CHD
0
0
-70
(dB)
SMPTE 259M
Component 4:2:2
270Mb/s
m
199
237
257
230
310
415
420
384
464
575
678
777
SMPTE 259M
Component 4:2:2 16x9
360Mb/s
m
172
206
222
197
268
361
364
333
403
499
589
674
SMPTE 344M
SDI
540Mb/s
m
139
168
179
158
216
293
294
267
327
403
476
544
SMPTE 292M
HD-SDI
1.5Gb/s
m
54
66
68
60
82
115
112
103
128
154
184
208
SMPTE 424M
HD 1080p
3.0 Gb/s
m
36
46
46
40
55
79
76
70
88
105
125
141
The above values are based on SMPTE standards 259M, 292M, 344M, and 424M. Our criteria are as follows: 259M & 344M: The listed coaxial cable’s attenuation value does not exceed 30dB loss at
one-half the clock frequency (bit rate). 292M & 424M: The listed coaxial cable’s attenuation value does not exceed 20dB loss at one-half the clock frequency (bit rate).
44
Cables
75Ω Coaxial Cables
■ Standard Coax (Solid PE Insulation)
Model
★
LV-61S
Jacket color for L-3C2VS: brn, red, orn, yel, grn, blu, gry, wht,
blk; for L-3C2V: red, yel, grn, blu, gry wht, blk; for LV-61S:
blu, red, yel, blk, wht, orn, brn, gry, grn, ppl
mm kg/100m
L-1.5C2VS
—
2.9
1.3
L-3C2VS
100
200
5.5
4.5
LV-61S
153
6.1
LV-77S
153
7.7
(AWG)
mm
Q’ty/mm
Shield inner/outer
coverage & comp.
mm
mm/ends/carriers
41.9
3.2
10.5
1.9
8.5
1.3
5.0
0.55
0.27
1.6
0.54
3.1
5.0
(31)
7/0.09A
(25)
7/0.18A
(24)
7/0.20A
0.60
3.6
0.10A/5/16
(94% or more)
0.12A/7/16
(94% or more)
0.12A/6/24
(95% or more)
9.0
(22)
7/0.26A
0.78
4.8
0.12A/7/24 (92% or more)
0.12A/8/24 (95% or more)
LV-77S
Jacket color: black
Electrical characteristics
Characteristic
Inner Outer
Static impedance Attenuation
cond. re- cond. recapacity
sistance sistance
D"M
Ω/100m Ω/100m pF/m
Ω
(10MHz)
69
8.7
75
4.5
67
3.8
67
75
3.4
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 1000V AC/min. *100m/200m/500m/1000m
L-3C2VS, LV-61S
LV-77S
● Stranded center conductors ideal for locations requiring cable bending.
● Double-braided shield enhances shielding performance.
Connectors
m
Outer conductors
Fiber-Optic Systems
Type
Inner cond
Insulation
Sales Nom.
Weight Conductor
units O.D
O.D. O.D.
comp.
■ Low Loss Coax (Foamed PE Insulation)
Model
m
L-3CFW
■"RAIDEDSHIELD
+
Aluminum foil shield
L-5CFW
★ L-2.5CFB
★ L-3CFB
★ L-4CFB
,#&"
Jacket colors for L-3CFB, L-5CFB: red, yellow, green,
blue,white, black. Others: black
—
★ L-5CFB
100
200
★ L-7CFB
(AWG)
mm
Q’ty/mm
Note: Cable strippers cannot be used with this cable.
mm/ends/carriers
5.1
(22)
1/0.65A
0.65
3.1
0.12TA/5/24 (94% or more)
0.12TA/6/24 (94% or more)
5.5
0.7
3.4
7.7
8.1
(18)
1/1.05A
1.05
4.9
0.12TA/7/24 (93% or more)
0.12TA/9/24 (96% or more)
2.3
0.5
2.1
4.0
2.4
0.50
2.4
5.5
4.0
0.65
3.1
6.1
4.9
0.80
3.7
7.7
7.3
1.05
5.0
10.2
13
(25)
1/0.5A
(22)
1/0.65A
(20)
1/0.80A
(18)
1/1.05A
(15)
1/1.50A
1.5
7.3
0.12TA/6/16
9.3 2.0
4.8
(92% or more)
55
75
0.14TA/6/16
5.5 1.4
3.7
(91% or more)
0.14TA/8/16
3.6 1.0
3.0
(93% or more)
0.14TA/7/24
2.3 0.8
2.2
(93% or more)
0.18TA/8/24
1.0 0.5
1.6
(96% or more)
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Note: L-CFB cables are not suitable for use in on-the-road applications involving
frequent bending and pulling, since such use may damage the cable’s outer
conductor and lead to broadcast interference when transmitting HDTV-SDI
signals. For such applications, ensure proper operation by using L-CFW cables
instead.
Cable Reels
● Best fit for mobile HD application.
● Double braided shield enables flexible and great bending performance.
mm
5.8
Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 1000V AC/min.
L-CFW Series
Shield inner/outer
coverage & comp.
Electrical characteristics
Characteristic
Inner Outer
Static impedance Attenuation
cond. re- cond. recapacity
sistance sistance
D"M
Ω/100m Ω/100m pF/m
Ω
(10MHz)
Panels & Patchbays
L-5CFW
Jacket colors: black, red, green and others
(Please ask us)
100
200
1000
mm kg/100m
Outer conductors
Cables
Type
Inner cond
Insulation
Sales Nom.
Weight Conductor
units O.D
O.D. O.D.
comp.
,#&"3ERIES
● Suited to HD-SDI, SD-SDI and analog video.
● TC braid plus aluminum foil brings excellent shielding.
Cable Assemblies
Cables
45
Cables
75Ω Coaxial Cables, Triaxial Cables
75Ω Coaxial Multichannel Cables
Combining multiple coaxial cables into one simplifies wiring for video peripherals
Inner jackets for individual units are color-coded for easy signal line identification. Significantly reduces work required to phase-compensate
differences in line lengths.
Type
Model
V3-1.5C
V4-1.5C
V5-1.5C
V3-3C
V4-3C
V5-3C
V3-5C
V4-5C
V5-5C
V4-*C
Jacket color: black
Insulation: PE
★ V5-3CFW
No. of
ch.
3
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
Unit composition
Inner cond.
Insulation Outer conductor
Sales Nom.
Weight
units O.D
Cross sec. area tion
O.D. O.D.
"RAIDCOVERAGE
conductor comp.
mm2/(AWG)
mm mm mm/ends/carriers
m
mm kg/100m
Q’ty/mm
7.4
7.3
Refer to L-1.5C2VS (P51)
8.4
9.4
9.2
11
11.5
15
0.18 (25)
0.14A/5/24
13.0
20
0.54
3.1
—
7/0.18A
(>97%)
14.2
24
15.5
23
Refer to L-5C2VS (P51)
17.1
30
19.2
38
5
Electrical characteristics
Inner Outer CharacAttenuaUnit
cond. re- cond. re- teristic
tion
O.D.
sistance sistance impedance
mm Ω/100m Ω/100m
Ω
D"M
(10MHz)
2.6
42.4
3.3
75
8.7
4.4
10.6
1.1
75
4.5
6.0
5.1
1.2
75
2.9
16.2
34
Refer to L-3CFW (P51)
4.9
5.6
0.7
75
3.4
22.4
58
Refer to L-5CFW (P51)
7.0
2.4
0.5
75
2.1
11.5
13.0
14.2
12.9
14.4
16.1
17.1
18.8
21.1
14
19
23
18
23
29
29
36
46
Refer to L-3CFB (P51)
4.4
5.6
1.4
75
3.7
Refer to L-4CFB (P51)
5.0
3.7
1.0
75
3.0
Refer to L-5CFB (P51)
6.5
2.3
0.8
75
2.2
—
V5-*CFW
Jacket color: black
Insulation: Foam PE
★ V5-5CFW
5
V3-3CFB
3
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
★ V4-3CFB
★
★
★
6
#&"
★
Jacket color: black
Insulation: Foam PE
V5-3CFB
V3-4CFB
V4-4CFB
V5-4CFB
V3-5CFB
V4-5CFB
V5-5CFB
—
—
—
—
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Jacket PVC Dieritric strength: 1000V AC/min.
V-C Series
● Our best selling multi channel coax, ideal for component video. Bundled
thinner jacket type of Canare L-xC2VS: flexible stranded conductor and
solid PE insulation. Distinguishable RGB color-coded.
6#&"3ERIES
● Bundled thinner jacket type of Canare L-xCFB: solid conductor and foamed
PE insulation wrapped with aluminum foil. Excellent low attenuation
performance will fit for digital video in fixed installations. Distinguishable
RGB color-coded.
V-CFW Series
● Newly developed for HD mobile application. Bundled thinner jacket type
of Canare L-xCFW: solid conductor,
foamed PE insulation, double braided
shield. Excellent low attenuation and
distinguishable RGB color-coded.
Cable Cross Section
3CH
4CH
5CH
75Ω Triaxial Cables
Type
L-4CFTX
Model
L-4CFTX
Inner cond.
Insulation 1 Outer cond.1 Insulation 2 Outer cond.2 Electrical characteristics
CharactSales Nom.
"RAID
"RAID
Inner
Outer
eristic Attenuation
Weight Cross sec.
Static
units O.D
(AWG) & O.D.
coverage
coverage
cond.
cond.
O.D.
O.D.
capacity impedance
comp.
m
mm
mm2/(AWG)
kg/100m
Q’ty/mm
100
200
9.1
11.0
Jacket colors: black, red, green
Insulation: 1: foam PE, 2: polyethylene Dielectric strength: 1000V AC/min.
● Abrasion-resistance PVC jacket.
● Cable assemblies also available. (See page 70)
46
Cables
and comp.
mm
0.50(20)
1/0.80A
0.80
and comp. resistance resistance
mm
mm/ends
/carriers
mm
mm/ends
Ω/100m Ω/100m pF/m
/carriers
Ω
D"M
(10MHz)
3.7
0.14A/7/16
(93% or
more)
5.5
0.14A/7/24
(95% or
more)
75
2.9
2.7
—
55
A/V Composite Cables
A/V Composite Cables
Type
Model
Sales
units
Nom.
O.D
Weight
m
mm
kg/100m
Unit type
V: Video
A: Audio
C: Control line
V
V
A1 A2
A2V1
9.7
11
A
V
C
C
V2
C
A2
A2V2-L
11.0
16
A
C
100
200
C
V
V
A1 A2
A2V1
11.1
13
A
V
V1
A1
A2V1B
A2
A2V2B
12.3
17
V2
V1 V2
A1
A2
A3
A3V2-FB
—
12.4
17
V Video
3CFB Unit×2
A Audio
L-2B2AT×3
Jacket color: black
Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 500V AC/min.
A2V1, A2V2-L
● Designed for fixed installation.
mm
Electrical characteristics
Characteristic
Attenuation
impedance
D"M
Ω
(10MHz)
97% or more
(braid)
Alminum
foil shield
97% or more
(braid)
Alminum
foil shield
4.4
75
4.1
3.2
—
—
4.4
75
4.1
3.2
—
—
—
1.3
—
—
97% or more
4.4
75
4.5
(braid)
93% or more
3.4
—
—
(braid)
97% or more
4.4
75
4.5
(braid)
93% or more
3.4
—
—
(braid)
91% or more
0.33(22)
(braid)
4.4
75
3.7
1/0.65A
+
Alminum foil
Refer to
Alminum
3.2
—
—
L-2B2AT
foil shield
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
Cables
★
A
0.20(24)
1/0.5A
Refer to
L-2B2AT
0.20(24)
1/0.5A
Refer to
L-2B2AT
0.20(24)
18/0.12A
0.18(25)
7/0.18A
0.08(29)
7/0.12A
0.18(25)
7/0.18A
0.08(29)
7/0.12A
Unit
O.D.
Connectors
A1
V1
Video
3C-2V×1
Audio
L-2B2AT×2
Video
3C-2V×2
Audio
L-2B2AT×2
Control lines
0.2mm2×4
Video
3C-2VS×1
Audio
4E3 Unit×2
Video
3C-2VS×2
Audio
4E3 Unit×2
Unit composition
Cross sec. area
Shield
Conductor comp.
coverage
mm2/(AWG)
%
Q’ty/mm
Fiber-Optic Systems
Used for linking audio video equipment and as extensions for video cameras.
!6&"
● 3 balanced audio channels and 2 video coax channels for ENG, EFP, or
OB applications.
!6"!6"
● Ideal for locations requiring cable bending.
dB/100m
Frequency
Model
30MHz
8.7
4.5
4.1
2.9
2.5
3.8
4.8
3.7
3.0
2.3
2.2
1.6
3.4
2.1
4.1
2.3
2.1
1.7
1.4
1.2
4.5
2.5
2.5
15.2
7.9
7.2
5.2
4.5
6.6
7.6
5.9
4.9
3.7
3.6
2.5
5.9
3.6
6.5
3.7
3.3
2.7
2.3
2.0
8.0
4.4
3.9
23.8
12.4
11.3
8.1
7.1
10.4
11.3
8.7
7.2
5.6
5.3
3.8
9.4
5.6
9.5
5.4
4.9
3.9
3.3
2.9
12.6
7.0
5.7
26.4
13.7
12.5
9.0
7.9
11.6
12.4
9.5
7.9
6.1
5.8
4.2
10.4
6.2
10.4
6.0
5.3
4.3
3.6
3.2
14.1
7.7
6.2
32.9
17.2
15.7
11.4
9.9
14.5
15.1
11.7
9.7
7.5
7.1
5.1
13.0
7.8
12.6
7.2
6.4
5.2
4.4
3.9
17.7
9.7
7.5
38.1
20.0
18.3
13.3
11.6
16.9
17.4
13.5
11.2
8.7
8.2
6.0
15.2
9.0
14.5
8.3
7.4
6.0
5.1
4.4
20.7
11.4
8.6
Cables
47.1
24.8
22.8
16.5
14.4
20.9
21.5
16.7
13.9
10.9
10.2
7.5
18.9
11.2
17.8
10.2
9.1
7.4
6.3
5.5
25.9
14.2
10.8
SMPTE
424M
HD 1080p
440MHz
750MHz
1.3GHz
1.5GHz
2.4GHz
3GHz
60.8
32.3
29.7
21.7
19.0
27.3
27.8
21.7
18.1
14.2
13.2
9.8
24.6
14.5
22.9
13.2
11.8
9.7
8.2
7.2
34.1
18.7
14.1
—
43.2
40.0
29.2
25.7
36.6
37.0
29.1
24.3
19.3
17.7
13.4
33.1
19.4
30.2
17.4
15.6
12.9
10.9
9.6
46.4
25.5
19.0
—
—
—
40.5
35.6
49.9
50.0
39.6
33.2
26.5
24.1
18.8
45.4
26.2
40.0
23.2
20.8
17.5
14.7
13.0
64.5
35.4
26.1
—
—
—
44.1
38.9
54.2
54.1
43.0
36.0
28.9
26.1
20.5
49.4
28.4
43.1
25.1
22.5
19.0
15.9
14.1
70.4
38.6
28.4
—
—
—
58.7
52.0
71.5
70.5
56.5
47.5
38.5
34.3
27.6
65.3
37.1
55.1
32.3
29.0
24.8
20.7
18.5
94.6
51.8
37.7
—
—
—
67.5
59.9
81.7
80.2
64.5
54.3
44.3
39.1
32.0
74.8
42.2
62.0
36.5
32.8
28.3
23.5
21.1
109.2
59.7
43.2
47
Cable Assemblies
50
10MHz
SMPTE
292M
HD-SDI
Cable Reels
75
L-1.5C2VS(V*-1.5C)
L-3C2VS(V*-3C)
L-3C2V/L-3C2W
L-5C2VS(V*-5C)
L-5C2V/L-5C2W
LV-61S
,#&"
,#&",3#&"6
#&"
,#&",3#&"6
#&"
,3#&"
,#&"6
#&"
,#&"
L-3CFW(V*-3CFW)
L-5CFW(V*-5CFW)
L-2.5CHD
L-4.5CHD
L-5CHD
L-6CHD
L-7CHD
L-8CHD
L-3D2V/L-3D2W
L-5D2V/L-5D2W
,$&"
SMPTE
ITU-R
SMPTE
SMPTE
SMPTE
259M
"4
259M
259M
344M
Composite Composite Component Component 540Mb/s SDI
NTSC
PAL
4:2:2
4:2:2 16x9
270MHz
72.0MHz
88.0MHz
135MHz
180MHz
Panels & Patchbays
■ Nominal Attenuation
Cables
Ethernet Cables
Ethernet Cables
Twisted-pair cable for 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX Ethernet PC network standards.
Crosssection
view
Type
Model
m
Cross sec. area
Conductor comp.
mm2/(AWG)
mm kg/100m
Q’ty/mm
1
4
2
3
RJC5E-4P
Jacket color for
RJC5E-4P: bule, orange, white
for RJC5ES-4P-BS: black
★
1
4
2
3
Electrical
characteristics
Shield coverage
Cond.
& comp.
D.C.R.
mm/ends/
Ω/100
carriers
m
Unit composition
Sales Nom.
Weight
units O.D
Attenuation
Ω
100MHz
RJC5E-4P
300
5.3
3
0.20(24)
1/0.51A
—
9.4
100
22.0
dB/100m
RJC5ES-4P"3
—
6.8
6.3
0.22(24)
7/0.20A
0.10TA/10/16
(92% or more)
9.5
100
21.7
dB/50m
Insulation: polyethylen (RJC5ES-4P-BS: Cross-linked polyethylene.) Jacket: PVC Dielectric strength: 350V AC/min.
Jacket colors other than sky-blue are custom models. Please ask us for ordering lot.
★Production by order. Please ask us for ordering lot.
RJC5E-4P
2*#%30"3
● Compatible with Enhanced Category 5 networking.
● Convenient figure-8 coil (REELEX* coil) cardboard cable dispenser.
● Cable jacket marked every meter for easy cutting at desired cable length.
● Assembled cable with connectors (PCRJE**) are also available (See page 72).
● Flame resistance VL1581 VW-1.
● Compatible with Enhanced Category 5 networking.
● Best fit for mobile application.
● Ideal for 100BASE-TX paths up to 50m.
*REELEX is the registered trademark of Windings Corporation.
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Characteristic
impedance
Cables
75Ω Video Patchbays
★
★
★
26DV
15.2
14.5
60.2
75Ω Dual Video Jack
Normal Through
DVJB-W
MADE IN CHINA
OPENING THIS UNIT
WILL VOID WARRANTY
★Production by order
*Colors other than black are available on custom-made basis. (See page 57)
(dB)
0
75Ω Dual Video Jacks
SMPTE424M
-10
-20
-20
-30
-30
-40
Description
DVJB-W
DVJB-S
VJ-DC
(dB)
0
SMPTE424M
-10
-50
Normal Through
Straight Through
Dust Cap for Video Jack (color: yellow)
-40
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
-50
3.0 (GHz)
0.6
Normal Through
1.2
1.8
2.4
Cables
Model
11.8
Connectors
★
Loaded Video Jacks
20 x DVJB-W
20 x DVJB-S
20 x DVJB-W
20 x DVJB-S
24 x DVJB-W
24 x DVJB-S
24 x DVJB-W
24 x DVJB-S
26 x DVJB-W
26 x DVJB-S
26 x DVJB-W
26 x DVJB-S
15.9
★
Panel Size
1RU
1RU
2RU
2RU
1RU
1RU
2RU
2RU
1RU
1RU
2RU
2RU
40.6
34.9
Model
20DV
20DVS
20DV-2U
20DVS-2U
24DV
24DVS
24DV-2U
24DVS-2U
26DV
26DVS
26DV-2U
26DVS-2U
Fiber-Optic Systems
75Ω Video Patchbays
3G-ready HD-SDI video patchbays featuring Canare’s
uniquely-developed rotary switches.
3.0 (GHz)
Patch Through
Return loss for DVJB-W
Key Features and Benefits
● Rotaly switch has been improved for superior isolatinon.
● Also usable as digital audio patchbay.
● Can be recessed 25mm.
● Wide designation strip (2RU type).
● Lightweight aluminum alloy video jacks.
(dB)
0
-20
-40
-60
Panels & Patchbays
-80
-100
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
3.0 (GHz)
Isolation
Return Loss & Isolation
Model
DVJB-W
DVJB-S
N/A
Technical Note
35dB or greater (~1.5GHz)
20dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
26dB or greater (~750MHz)
20dB or greater (~1.5GHz)
10dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
At the heart of the video jack is an independently-developed rotary switch which has
been specially designed for use with high frequency signals.
It features dual-contact construction for improved contact stability.
W Series (Normal Through)
Video Port:
Patch Upper
BNC Port:
Lower Terminated
Inserting a Video Patch Cord into front
“upper” port automatically terminates
signal path into the lower 75 load.
Inserting a Video Patch Cord into front
BNC Port:
“lower” port automatically terminates
Upper Terminated
signal path into the upper 75 load.
Inserting Video Patch Cords into both
BNC Port:
front ports inputs and/or outputs
Signal thru as Arrowed signal.
S Series (Straight Through)
Video Port:
No Patch
Two independent single jacks in a
BNC Port:
Both Signal Terminated dual housing.
Video Port:
Patch Upper
BNC Port:
Lower Terminated
Video Port:
Patch Lower
Video Port:
Patch Both
Cable Assemblies
Signal routes between top and bottom
BNC Port:
Signal thru as Arrowed BNC without the use of Video plugs.
Video Port:
Patch Both
35dB or greater (~1.5GHz)
20dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
Rotary Switch Technology and Signal Routing Chart
Video Port:
No Patch
Video Port:
Patch Lower
Isolation
BNC-Self Termination
Cable Reels
Return Loss
BNC-VIDEO: Patch Through
26dB or greater (~750MHz)
20dB or greater (~2.4GHz)
10dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
26dB or greater (~750MHz)
20dB or greater (~2.4GHz)
10dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
BNC-BNC: Normal Through
Inserting a Video Patch Cord into front
“upper” port automatically terminates
signal path into the lower 75 load.
Inserting a Video Patch Cord into front
BNC Port:
“lower” port automatically terminates
Upper Terminated
signal path into the upper 75 load.
Inserting Video Patch Cords into both
BNC Port:
front ports inputs and/or outputs
Signal thru as Arrowed signal.
Connector Panels and Patchbays
49
75Ω Mid-Size Video Patchbays
75Ω Staggered Mid-size Video Patchbays
Fiber-Optic Systems
3G-ready mid-size video jacks allow for more efficient use
of rack space. The new 4RU size patchbays have been
added to the lineup.
Loaded Video Jacks
32 x MDVJ-STW
32 x MDVJ-STS
32 x MDVJ-STW
32 x MDVJ-STS
96 x MDVJ-STW
96 x MDVJ-STS
32MD-STS
12
60.2
55
75 Dual Video Jack
Normal Throught
MDVJ-STW
Connectors
★Production by order
*Colors other than black are available on custom model basis except 4RU type (See page 57).
9.5
15.9
★
Panel Size
1RU
1RU
2RU
2RU
4RU
4RU
40.6
34.9
★
Model
32MD-ST
32MD-STS
32MD-ST-2U
32MD-STS-2U
32MD-ST-4U
32MD-STS-4U
MADE IN CHINA
OPENING THIS UNIT
WILL VOID WARRANTY
75Ω Staggered Mid-size Video Jacks
Model
MDVJ-STW
MDVJ-STS
MVJ-DC
Description
Staggered Mid-size Video Jack, Normal Through
Staggered Mid-size Video Jack, Straight Through
Dust Cap for Video Jack (color: yellow)
Cables
Key Features and Benefits
● 32 channels of I/O into 1RU or 2RU, 96 channels of I/O into 4RU.
● Rotaly switch has been improved for superior isolatinon.
● Can be recessed 25mm (1RU, 2RU type).
● Wide designation strip (2RU, 4RU type).
● Lightweight aluminum alloy video jacks.
● Industry standard BNC plugs can be used.
Note : Be sure to use with Mini-Weco video plug.
32MD-ST-4U
Panels & Patchbays
32MD-ST-4U (Rear View)
(dB)
0
(dB)
0
SMPTE
424M
(dB)
0
SMPTE
424M
(dB)
0
SMPTE
424M
-10
-10
-20
-20
-20
-20
-40
-30
-30
-30
-60
-40
-40
-40
-80
-50
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
3.0 (GHz)
-50
0.6
Normal Through
1.2
1.8
2.4
3.0 (GHz)
-50
Patch Through
(Long BNC port)
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
3.0 (GHz)
Patch Through
(Short BNC port)
-100
Cable Reels
-10
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
3.0 (GHz)
Isolation
Return loss for MDVJ-STW
Return Loss & Isolation
BNC-BNC: Normal Through
MDVJ-STW
MDVJ-STS
N/A
Return Loss
BNC-VIDEO: Patch Through
26dB or greater (~750MHz)
20dB or greater (~2.4GHz)
10dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
26dB or greater (~750MHz)
20dB or greater (~2.4GHz)
10dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
BNC-Self Termination
Cable Assemblies
Model
Isolation
35dB or greater (~1.5GHz)
20dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
26dB or greater (~750MHz)
20dB or greater (~1.5GHz)
10dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
Connector Panels and Patchbays
35dB or greater (~1.5GHz)
20dB or greater (~3.0GHz)
51
Connector Panels and Patchbays
Video Plugs
Video Plug (W.E.Standard)
Model
VWP-C4A
Suitable Cable
LV-61S, RG-59B/U, Belden 8241, 8279, 88241
Boot
CB04
Die Set
TCD-451CA
TCD-4CA
VWP-C4A
s3TANDARD0ACKAGEPCS
● Gold-plated center contact resists deterioration over years of use.
● Solder center contact and crimp sleeve.
Be sure to use Canare crimping tool for installing connectors on cables.
VWP-C4A
Mini-WECO Video Plug
Model
MVP-C4
Suitable Cable
LV-61S, RG-59B/U, Belden 8241, 8279, 88241
Boot
CB25
Die Set
TCD-451CA
TCD-4CA
s3TANDARD0ACKAGEPCS
MVP-C4
∅ 11
∅ 7.57
● Return loss: 26 dB or greater (DC - 1.5GHz), 20dB or greater (DC - 2.4GHz).
● Gold-plated center contact resists deterioration over years of use.
● Solder center contact and crimp sleeve.
19
24.03
Be sure to use Canare crimping tool for installing connectors on cables.
49.95
MVP-C4
Video Conversion Connectors
Description
BNC (female) - Video plug (W.E.Standard)
BNC (female) - Mini-WECO Video plug
BCJ-VWP
∅ 9.5
s3TANDARD0ACKAGE"#*670PCS"#*-60PCS
Note: BCJ-MVP is recommended to use with Slim BNC plug.
∅ 13
Model
BCJ-VWP
BCJ-MVP
31.75
50.25
BCJ-VWP
<Caution>
Convertional video plugs and BNC connectors are too large in O.D. to be connected to the
32-Channel Video Patchbay. Please be sure to use only the appropriate connectors, referring
to the tables on this page.
BCJ-MVP
∅ 12
∅ 7.57
15.9mm
12.7mm
10.9
24.03
48
Conventinal BNC Plug
52
Slim BNC Plug
Connector Panels and Patchbays
BCJ-MVP
Unloaded Video Jack Panels
Unloaded Video Jack Panels
Fiber-Optic Systems
VJ2-V24-1U-BLK
★
25
88
2.3
(7.6)
17
465
482.6
MJ2-M32-2U-BLK
<Ordering Information>
Coding Ex.
VJ2 - V20 - 2U - BLK
Panel Size
1U
1RU
2U
2RU
4U
4RU
Connectors
★Production by order
*** : Please see the following ordering information for complete model number.
(436.8)
Black
Brown
Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Blue
Purple
Gray
White
(429.2)
424
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Cables
Color Codes
BLK
BRN
RED
ORG
YEL
GRN
BLU
PPL
GRY
WHT
25
★
44
31.8
★
429.2
88
★
2.3
★
(20)
★
88.1
76.1
★
(436.8)
32
12.7
4-7x10
465
482.6
Panels & Patchbays
VJ2-M32-4U
(33.6)
★
Description
20ch (40 holes), for DVJB
20ch (40 holes), for DVJB
24ch (48 holes), for DVJB
24ch (48 holes), for DVJB
26ch (52 holes), for DVJB
26ch (52 holes), for DVJB
32ch (64 holes), for MDVJ
32ch (64 holes), for MDVJ
96ch (3 x 32ch, 192 holes), for MDVJ (Color: Black)
482.6
465
(13.5)
177
101.6
★
Model
Panel Size
VJ2-V20-1U-***
1RU
VJ2-V20-2U-***
2RU
VJ2-V24-1U-***
1RU
VJ2-V24-2U-***
2RU
VJ2-V26-1U-***
1RU
VJ2-V26-2U-***
2RU
MJ2-M32-1U-***
1RU
MJ2-M32-2U-***
2RU
VJ2-M32-4U
4RU
Cable Reels
431.8
Cable Assemblies
Connector Panels and Patchbays
53
Connector Panels and Patchbays
Connector Panels
161U-BJRU
Pre-Loaded A/V Connector Panels
Key Features and Benefits
● Isolated BNC, RCA, F, XLR on same panel
● Clear plastic cover, full screen desi-strip
A/V Flush Mount Buckhead
Model Selection Guide
16
1U
-
322U-BJRU
BJRU
Connector Quantity
16,32
Panel Height
1U = 1 Rack Unit
19" x 1.7"
2U = 2 Rack Unit
19" x 3.5"
Connector
Type
BJRU = BCJ-JRU
FJRU = FJ-JRU
RJSU = RJ-RU
RJRU = RJ-BCJRU
X1F = XLR3-31F77
X2F = XLR3-32F77
X12F = XLR3-31/32F77
BNC-BNC
F-F
RCA-Solder
RCA-BNC
Female XLR-Solder
Male XLR-Solder
M&F XLR-Solder
161U-X12F
386+
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
XLR 31F
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
322U-X12F
386+
386+
XLR 31F
1U
-
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
386+
XLR 31F
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
386+
XLR 31F
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
XLR 31F
386+
386+
XLR 31F
XLR 31F
XLR 31F
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
ITT CANNON
161U-BJR
Stand-Off Bulkhead
Model Selection Guide
16
BJR
Connector Quantity
16,32
322U-BJR
Panel Height
1U = 1 Rack Unit
19" x 1.7"
2U = 2 Rack Unit
19" x 3.5"
54
Connector
Type
BJR = BCJ-JR
FJR = FJ-JR
RJS = RJ-R
RJBR = RJ-BCJR
BNC-BNC
F-F
RCA-Solder
RCA-BNC
Connector Panels and Patchbays
88.1
76.1
50
1
4-7x10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
(429.2)
32
Connector Panels and Patchbays
No.
No.
No.
TW
TW
TW
(424)
12.7
465
482.6
465
482.6
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
TW
TW
TW
TW
TW
01234567
29
30
01234567
01234567
No.
No.
No.
TW
28
TW
27
STW
26
01234567
25
01234567
24
01234567
01234567
23
01234567
(436.8)
22
01234567
32MD-ST-4U
21
01234567
No.
TW
12.7
465
482.6
01234567
20
No.
No.
TW
01234567
01234567
19
TW
No.
18
No.
17
TW
01234567
01234567
16
TW
No.
4-7x10
No.
15
TW
14
TW
13
01234567
25
4-7x10
01234567
12
01234567
11
01234567
10
01234567
9
01234567
8
01234567
25
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
4-7x10
No.
No.
TW
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
DVJB-S
Mid-size Video Patchbays
TW
No.
TW
7
01234567
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
(7.4)
2.3
25
********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
88
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
4-7x10(oval)
No.
No.
TW
01234567
6
01234567
(7.4)
44
31.8
44
31.8
(7.4)
26 DV S - 5 - 2U
TW
No.
No.
5
TW
01234567
01234567
4
TW
No.
No.
3
TW
2
01234567
01234567
1
TW
No.
TW
01234567
01234567
01234567
32MD-ST-2U
No.
Panel Color
Blank Black
1
Brown
2
Red
3
Orange
4
Yellow
5
Green
6
Blue
7
Purple
8
Gray
9
White
No.
88
Rack Unit (height) &
Number of Video Jacks
No.
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
1RU, 32 Jacks
2RU, 32 Jacks
4RU, 96 Jacks
2.3
★ Custom
No.
Blank
2U
4U
(20.2)
Circuit Type
Blank Normal Through
S
Straight Through
88.1
76.1
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
TW
(126.8)
Circuit Type
Blank Normal Through
S
Straight Through
Panel Color
Blank Black
1
Brown
2
Red
3
Orange
4
Yellow
5
Green
6
Blue
7
Purple
8
Gray
9
White
TW
88
Note:
1) 4RU type is available in black color only
2) 4RU type can not be recessed.
2.3
Rack Unit (height)
Blank
1RU
2U
2RU
TW
Designation Strip Dimensions
1RU: 426mm x 6.2mm
2RU: 420mm x 18.4mm
4RU: 431.8mm x 13.2mm
44
31.8
2.3
25
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
No. ********
Dual Video Jack
88
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
DVJB-W
Ordering Information
STW
(130.3)
(126.8)
Number of Video Jacks
20
20pcs
24
24pcs
26
26pcs
(33.6)
25
88
Standard Video Patchbays
177
101.6
(20.2)
2.3
Connector Panels and Patchbays
75Ω Video Patchbays
20DV (1RU)
(436.8)
(429.2)
MADE IN JAPAN
http://www.canare.co.jp
R
427
20
465
482.6
24DV (1RU)
(436.8)
http://www.canare.co.jp
MADE IN JAPAN
R
(429.2)
427
17
465
482.6
32 MD - ST S - 1 - 2U
26DV-2U (2RU)
(436.8)
(429.2)
MADE IN JAPAN
http://www.canare.co.jp
R
(424)
16
465
482.6
32MD-ST
(436.8)
★ Custom
(429.2)
http://www.canare.co.jp
MADE IN JAPAN
R
427
31
32
http://www.canare.co.jp
MADE IN JAPAN
R
431.8
(13.5)
http://www.canare.co.jp
MADE IN JAPAN
R
OPENING THIS UNIT
WILL VOID WARRANTY
75 Dual Video Jack
MDVJ-STW
Normal Through
MADE IN CHINA
OPENING THIS UNIT
WILL VOID WARRANTY
75 Dual Video Jack
MDVJ-STW
Normal Through
MADE IN CHINA
OPENING THIS UNIT
WILL VOID WARRANTY
75 Dual Video Jack
MDVJ-STW
Normal Through
MADE IN CHINA
Cable Reels
Model
R460-S
R380-S
R300-S
R300
R300-L
R300-CN
R300-BN
Weight (kg)
9.9
8.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
Description
Reel unit for cable winding / With caster.
Reel unit for cable winding / With caster.
Reel unit for cable winding.
Front panel can be refurbished to create connector mounting holes.
Both front panel and drum can be refurbished to create connector mounting holes.
Both panel and drum have 2 XLR connectors (one male, one female) installed.
Both panel and drum have BNC receptacles (one each).
Fiber-Optic Systems
Cable Reels
Plain reels for winding cable
Stackability
N/A
N/A
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
● 3-position brake force adjustment. (Lock/Soft/Free)
● Non-lubricated bearings.
● Rugged E frame design.
Connectors
R460-S
Wiring
XLR3-31-F77
1
3
2
XLR3-31-F77
ORG
ORG 2 3 1
WHT
L-2B2AT
WHT
BCJ-JRU
BCP-C3B
BCP-LC3 BCJ-JRU
L-3C2VS
1
3
2
2
XLR3-32-F77
3
1
XLR3-32-F77
R300-CN
R300-BN
Model
Cable
reel
XLR3-12C
XLR3-12C
CR90-BN
R300-BN
BCP-H5B
L-4E6S(100m)
XLR3-11C
L-4E6S(100m)
XLR3-11C
L-5C2VS(90m)
BCP-H5B
Weight
(kg)
9.6
CR100-CN (with 100m cable)
9.6
L-4E6S (EC100) bundled with
R300-CN.
(Set with XLR3-11C at the cable outer
end when sold.)
Panels & Patchbays
R300-S
R300-S
Equipped with brake
Description
Cable Assemblies
Set at inner end
Cable Set at outer end
CR100-CN R300-CN
CR100-S
3-position brake
Cables
Reel with Cable Assembly
Cable detachable type.
10.5
Cable winding length reference chart
Dimensions
can be attached
( Connectors
)
to the front panel
R380-S
can be attached to
the front panel and the drum )
( Connectors
Cable Reels
R300
R460-S
R300-L
Cable Assemblies
<Wind length conversion formula>
8448
R300-S
L=
x 0.6 (m)
(S, L, CN)
D2
R300-CN
R300-S
(R300-BN comes with BNC receptacles)
R380-S L=
18207
x 0.6 (m)
D2
Multichannel Systems
R460-S L=
33852
x 0.6 (m)
D2
D: Cable outer diameter (mm)
L: wind length
55
Cable Assemblies
BNC, RCA
● High quality and reliable Canare assemblies are ideal for any interconnection
including broadcast, professional A/V, and telecommunication.
● Custom assembly configurations can be special ordered
at affordable cost and quick lead-time.
BNC
75 coaxial multi-cables reduce the correction work of
BNC (Multi) These
phase shift caused by different cable lengths.
Cables for use with 75 BNC connectors.
Type
Model
BNC (M) – BNC (M) Crimp
BCP-C4B
BCP-C4B
LV-61S
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
BRN RED ORN YEL GRE BLU GRY WHT
BCP-C77A
LV-77S
L
★
★
★
★
★
VAC006F
6
★
★
★
BCP-C3B
VIC010F
10
VIC025F
25
VIC050F
50
30cm
(15cm)
(15cm)
L
BLK
BCP-C3B
BCP-C3B
V4-3C
100
30cm
30cm
(15cm)
Custom Coax Cable Guide
B
02
B
005F
Model
3VS01-3C
BCP-C3B
V3-3C
30cm
25
VIC100F
BLK BRN RED ORN YEL GRE BLU GRY WHT
Type
BNC (M) – BNC (M) (3C2VS unit)
10
VAC025F
BNC (M) – BNC (M) Crimp
BCP-77A
3
VAC010F
L
BLK
Length (ft)
VAC003F
L
(15cm)
BLK
BLACK
1st End Connector Type
B = 75Ω BNC Crimp Plug (BCP-C)
F = 75Ω F Crimp Plug (FP-C)
R = 75Ω F Crimp
RCA Crimp Plug (RCAP-C)
Cable Color
BLACK, BLUE, BROWN,
GRAY, GREEN, ORANGE,
PURPLE, RED, WHITE,
YELLOW
BCP-C3B
V5-3C
30cm
(15cm)
75Ω COAX Cable Type
01 = L-1.5C2VS
02 = L-3C2VS
03 = LV-615
04 = LV-775
05 = L-2.5CFB
06 = L-3CFB
07 = L-4CFB
08 = L-5CFB
09 = L-7CFB
Boot
BLANK = 2ea Matching Color
CB Boots
X = No Boots
S = Other CB Boot Colors
BCP-C3B
L
30cm
BCP-C5B
30cm
L
10
4VS01-3C
1
4VS02-3C
2
4VS03-3C
3
4VS05-3C
5
4VS08-3C
8
4VS10-3C
10
5VS01-3C
1
5VS02-3C
2
5VS03-3C
3
5VS05-3C
5
(15cm)
5VS15-3C
15
5VS20-3C
20
5VS30-3C
30
3VS03-5C
3
3VS05-5C
5
★ 3VS08-5C
8
3VS10-5C
10
★ 3VS15-5C
15
3VS20-5C
20
5VS03-5C
3
5VS05-5C
5
BCP-C5B
V5-5C
8
3VS10-3C
8
BLK
2nd End Connector Type
B = 75Ω BNC Crimp Plug
F = 75Ω F Crimp Plug
R = 75Ω type RCA
Crimp Plug
X = Blunt Cut
5
3VS08-3C
10
30cm
L
3
3VS05-3C
5VS10-3C
BCP-C5B
V3-5C
2
3VS03-3C
30cm
BNC (M) – BNC (M) (5C2VS unit)
Length (feet)
1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 30,
50, 100
Other Custom Lengths
are available
3VS02-3C
5VS08-3C
BLK
BCP-C5B
Length (m)
1
30cm
BLK
5VS08-5C
8
5VS10-5C
10
5VS15-5C
15
5VS20-5C
20
Lengths in brackets indicate that of 1m cable assembly.
Custom Multi-Coax Cable Guide
RCA (Multi)
Color difference signal input/output cables feature 3CFB cable
units to ensure superior transmission characteristics.
Type
Type
RCA (M) – RCA (M)
RCAP-C3F
30cm
BLK
V3-3CFB
L
Number of Channels
3, 4, 5
RCA (M) – RCA (M) Crimp
RCAP-C3F
RCAP-C3F
RCAP-C3F
V5-3CFB
30cm
30cm
L
4
30cm
BLK
Video Snake
VS = 75Ω BNC-BNC
VF = BNC-F
VR = BNC-RCA
VC = F-RCA
VP = F-F
VH = RCA-RCA
Length (meters)
3, 5, 8, 15, 30, 50
Other Custom Lengths
are available
56
Cable Assemblies
-
VS
-
05
-
3C
V-Series
Cable
Type
1.5C
3C
5C
3CFB
4CFB
5CFB
Video Patch, Audio Patch, XLR, LAN
Type
Model
Bantam (M) – Bantam (M)
L-4E5C
Bantam molded plug
Mini-WECO Video Patch Cords
Bantam molded plug
Length (m)
BC003M
0.3
BC006M
0.6
Type
MVP-C4
Model
L
1
MVPC002F
2
MVPC003F
3
★ MVPC006F-BP
6
★ MVPC015F-BP
15
L
BLK
BC009M
BLK RED ORN YEL GRE BLU GRY
0.9
★
★
★
★
RED YEL GRE BLU
MVP-C4
BCP-C4B
LV-61S
Length (ft)
MVPC001F
MVP-C4
LV-61S
Fiber-Optic Systems
Audio Patch (Bantam)
L
Bantam (F) – Bantam (M)
XLR3-11C
L-4E5C
★
★
★
★
★
BLK RED YEL GRE BLU
Bantam molded plug
BC02M-X1
Connectors
L
2
Audio (XLR)
BLK RED ORN YEL GRE BLU GRY
Type
XLR3 (M) – Bantam (M)
XLR3-12C
L-4E5C
Model
NC3 (F) – NC3 (M)
Bantam molded plug
L
NC3FX-B
BC02M-X2
blue-blue
★
★
★
★
white-white
★
★
white-white
★
★
★
BLK BRN RED ORN YEL GRE BLU PPL GRY WHT
VWP-C4A
★
2
VPC003F
Modular
★
★
★
BLK BRN RED ORN YEL GRE BLU PPL GRY WHT
4
VPC005F
5
VPC006F
6
EC100F
100
RJC5E-4P
Length (m)
PCRJE02
2
PCRJE05
5
PCRJE10
10
PCRJE15
15
PCRJE20
20
PCRJE30
30
PCRJE40
40
PCRJE50
50
Modular
L
3
VPC004F
50
8~1
BLU
1 WHITE / GREEN
1
2 GREEN
2
3 WHITE / ORANGE
3
4 BLUE
4
5 WHITE / BLUE
5
6 ORANGE
6
7 WHITE / BROWN
7
8 BROWN
8
★
★ Marked models and colors are production by order.
Cable Reels
★
VPC002F
EC050F
Model
RJ45 – RJ45 (Straight Wiring)
VWP-C4A
LV-61S
L
★
Type
Length (ft)
1
25
Used for 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX networking.
Compliant with Enhanced Category 5.
LAN
VPC001F
EC025F
Panels & Patchbays
Model
15
Cables
white-white
Type
EC015F
blue-blue
★
BLK RED ORN YEL GRE BLU GRY
Video Patch (M) – Video Patch (M)
5
L
blue-blue
Video Patch (W.E. standard)
EC005F
NC3MX-B
L-4E6S
2
Length (ft)
Cable Assemblies
Cable Assemblies
57
Cable Assemblies
Digital Audio
Digital Audio
Type
Model
A-side
Reference Brands
B-side
Wiring
Screw
Wiring
Screw
4-40
Individual-A
4-40
Individual-B
Dsub25P(M) – Dsub25P(M)
★ 8DAC**-DD
L
★ 8DAC**-TT
TEAC
M2.6
Individual-A
M2.6
Individual-B
★ 8DAC**-YY
YAMAHA
M2.6
Common-A
M2.6
Common-B
★ 8DAC**-DT
Digidesign
TEAC
4-40
Individual-A
M2.6
Individual-B
★ 8DAC**-DY
Digidesign
YAMAHA
4-40
Individual-A
M2.6
Common-B
★ 8DAC**-TY
TEAC
M2.6
Individual-A
M2.6
Common-B
★ 8DACS**-DB12
Digidesign
4-40
Individual-A
N/A
★ 8DACS**-TB12
TEAC
M2.6
Individual-A
N/A
★ 8DACS**-YB12
YAMAHA
M2.6
Common-A
N/A
DA202F-8P
★
BLU
Dsub25P(M) – NC3
L
m
0m
50
DA202F-8P
★
BLU
Digidesign
YAMAHA
2: HOT
3: COLD
1: SHIELD
** : Please see the following ordering information for complete model number.
<Ordering Information>
8DAC
05 - D - T
Brand Code
D Digidesign, GRACE
T TEAC, RAMSA
APOGEE, MACKIE,
Y YAMAHA,
FOSTEX, TC ELECTRONIC
Length Code
02
03
05
07
10
30
8DACS 10 - Y B12
2m
3m
5m
7m
10m
30m
Brand Code
D Digidesign, GRACE
T TEAC, RAMSA
APOGEE, MACKIE,
Y YAMAHA,
FOSTEX, TC ELECTRONIC
Length Code
02
03
05
07
10
30
2m
3m
5m
7m
10m
30m
<Wiring>
Individual-A
Ch.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Color
Coding
BLU / BRN
BLU / RED
BLU / ORG
BLU / YEL
BLU / GRN
BLU / BLU / PPL
BLU / GRY
Individual-B
HOT
24
10
21
7
18
4
15
1
COLD SHIELD
12
23
9
20
6
17
3
14
25
11
22
8
19
5
16
2
N.C.
13
Ch.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Color
Coding
BLU / BRN
BLU / RED
BLU / ORG
BLU / YEL
BLU / GRN
BLU / BLU / PPL
BLU / GRY
HOT
18
4
15
1
24
10
21
7
COLD SHIELD
6
17
3
14
12
23
9
20
19
5
16
2
25
11
22
8
N.C.
13
8DAC
Common-A
Ch.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Color
Coding
BLU / BRN
BLU / RED
BLU / ORG
BLU / YEL
BLU / GRN
BLU / BLU / PPL
BLU / GRY
Common-B
HOT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
COLD SHIELD
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
N.C.
10
12
13
22
23
24
25
9
11
Ch.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Color
Coding
BLU / BRN
BLU / RED
BLU / ORG
BLU / YEL
BLU / GRN
BLU / BLU / PPL
BLU / GRY
HOT
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
COLD SHIELD
18
19
20
21
14
15
16
17
N.C.
10
12
13
22
23
9
11
24
25
8DACS
★ Marked models and colors are production by order.
58
Cable Assemblies
INDEX
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
A
B
161U-BJRU
161U-X12F
161U-X1F
161U-X2F
161UPSC
20DV
20DV-2U
20DVS
20DVS-2U
24DV
24DV-2U
24DVS
24DVS-2U
26DV
26DV-2U
26DVS
26DVS-2U
2PS
322U-BJR
322U-X12F
32MD-ST
32MD-ST-2U
32MD-ST-4U
32MD-STS
32MD-STS-2U
32MD-STS-4U
3VS**-3C
3VS**-5C
4S11
4S6
4S8
4VS**-3C
4VS**-5C
5VS**-3C
5VS**-5C
6PS
8DAC**-DB12
8DAC**-DD
8DAC**-DT
8DAC**-DY
8DAC**-TB12
8DAC**-TT
8DAC**-TY
8DAC**-YB12
8DAC**-YY
A2C3
A2C3-SS
A2V1
A2V2-L
A3V2-FB
ASPT-1
B11014E
B11015E
B11016E
B11020D
B75004A
BC02M-X1
BC02M-X2
BCJ-A10TRA-XP3F
BCJ-BPC2P
BCJ-BPLH
BCJ-BPLH2P
BCJ-BPLH3P
BCJ-BPLHA
BCJ-C4
BCJ-DC
BCJ-FC1
BCJ-FC1-7/16
BCJ-FPC
BCJ-FPC02
BCJ-FPLHA
BCJ-FPLV-L
BCJ-FPLV01
BCJ-FPLVA
BCJ-J
BCJ-JR
BCJ-JRU
BCJ-JRUD
BCJ-JRUDB
BCJ-MVP
54
54
54
54
12
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
12
54
54
50
50
50
50
50
50
56
56
41
41
41
56
56
56
56
12
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
42
42
47
47
47
15
20,21,28
20,21,28
20,21,28
20,21,28
20,21,28,29
57
57
33
23
23
23
23
23
26
26
25
25
24
24
24
24
24
24
26
25
25
25
25
51
BCJ-R
BCJ-R/1
BCJ-RPC
BCJ-RPC/1
BCJ-RPLH
BCJ-RPLV
BCJ-RU
BCJ-RUC1
BCJ-RUD
BCJ-RUDB
BCJ-TRB-XP3F
BCJ-TRB-XP3M
BCJ-VWP
BCJ-XJ-A10TRA
BCJ-XJ-TRB
BCJ-XP-TRB
BCP-B25HD
BCP-B26
BCP-B31F
BCP-B3F
BCP-B4F
BCP-B51F
BCP-B53
BCP-B5F
BCP-C1
BCP-C25
BCP-C25F
BCP-C25HDA
BCP-C31
BCP-C32
BCP-C3B
BCP-C3F
BCP-C42
BCP-C4B
BCP-C4F
BCP-C51
BCP-C52
BCP-C53A
BCP-C55A
BCP-C5B
BCP-C5FA
BCP-C5HD
BCP-C6HD
BCP-C71A
BCP-C77A
BCP-C7FA
BCP-C7HD
BCP-H31F
BCP-H3B
BCP-H51F
BCP-LC3
BCP-LC3F
BCP-LC5
BCP-LC5F
BCP-TA
BCP-VC3
BCP-VC5
BET-12
BET-MBNC
BN1002B
BN1003B
BN1004B
BN1005B
BN1012B
BN1018A
BN1030A
BN1041A
BN1043A
BN1082A
BN1083A
BN1093
BN1139
BN7002
BN7003A
BN7011
BN7014
BN7015A
BN7016
BN7021A
BN7022
25
25
24
24
24
24
25
25
25
25
33
33
51
33
33
33
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
22
22
22
21
21
21
21
26
21
21
30
30
29
29
29
29
21
21
29
29
21
21
21
28
21
21,28
20,21,28,29
20,21,28
21,28
20,21,28,29
20,21,28
21,28
21
Index
C
D
E
F
BN7026A
BN7029C
BN7045A
BN7046
BN7052A
BN7074A
BN7079
BN7129
BN9078A
BN9079B
BN9127A
BN9128B
BN9208
BN9209
CB01
CB02
CB03
CB04
CB05A
CB22
CB23
CB24
CB25
CB26
CB31
CB32
CCF11-JKR
CCF4-JK
CCF4-JKR
CCM11-PKR
CCM4-PK
CCM4-PKR
CCM4-PKR
CLETOP 2.5/2.0
COF-12
COF-13
COF-32
COF-33
COPS-FF2
COPS-FF3
COPS-FM2
COPS-FM3
COPS3-FF2
COPS3-FF3
COPS3-FM2
COPS3-FM3
COU-BP2
COU-BP3
COUS-FF2
COUS-FF3
COUS-FM2
COUS-FM3
CR100-CN
CR100-S
CR90-BN
DA202
DA202AT
DA202F-2P
DA202F-4P
DA202F-8P
DA206
DCF01
DCM01
DCM02
DCM03
DVJB-S
DVJB-W
EC**
EE-100
EO-100A-**
EO-100B
EO-140
EO-160
EO-500-**
EO-700
F-09
F-10
F-11
F-12
F-15
F-16
21
20,21,28
21,28
20,21,28
21
21
28
20,21,28
22
22
27
27
27
27
22
22
22
22
22
27
27
22
22
22
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
16
18
18
18
18
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
18
18
18
55
55
55
43
43
43
43
43
43
22
22
27
27
49
49
57
10
8
8
8
8
9
9
28
28
28
28
28
28
59
G
I
L
60
F3-FCC**A-7R
F5-FCC**A-7R
FCB-FF3W1
FCB-FM3W2
FCC**A-7R
FCC**A-FMRC
FCC**A-FRCM
FCC**A-WJ
FCC**B
FCE-2
FCE-4
FCE-6
FCS003A-FR
FCS003A-MR
FCS015A-FR
FCS015A-MR
FCT-FC
FCT-FCKIT
FCT-FCLB
FCWDM-8
FCWDM16
FCWDM8/1
FCWDM8/2
FDM-2
FDM-4
FJ-FPC
FJ-JR
FJ-JRU
FJ-JRUD
FJ-JRUDB
FP-C25HD
FP-C3
FP-C31
FP-C3F
FP-C4
FP-C4F
FP-C5
FP-C52
FP-C53A
FP-C55A
FP-C5F
FP-C71A
FP-C7FA
GS-4
GS-6
IU-7/16
IU-FCF-SET
IU-FCM-SET
L-1.5C2VS
L-2.5CFB
L-2.5CHD
L-2B2AT
L-2E5
L-2T2S
L-2T2S+
L-3C2VS
L-3CFB
L-3CFW
L-4.5CHD
L-4CFB
L-4CFTX
L-4CHD
L-4E3-12P
L-4E3-16P
L-4E3-24P
L-4E3-2P
L-4E3-4P
L-4E3-8P
L-4E4-12AT
L-4E4-16AT
L-4E4-24AT
L-4E4-2AT
L-4E4-4AT
L-4E4-8AT
L-4E5AT
L-4E5C
L-4E6AT
L-4E6S
L-5CFB
L-5CFW
14
14
12
12
14
15
15
14
14
18
18
18
17,18
17,18
15
15
16
16
16
11
11
11
11
11
11
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
42
42
25
15
15
45
45
44
39
40
40
40
45
45
45
44
45
46
44
39
39
39
39
39
39
38
38
38
38
38
38
37
38
37
38
45
45
M
N
O
P
R
T
L-5CHD
L-6CHD
L-7CHD
L-8CHD
LF-2SM12
LF-2SM16
LF-2SM7R
LF-2SM7R-3P
LF-2SM7R-5P
LF-2SM9
LF-2SM9RB
LV-61S
LV-77S
MBCP-C25F
MBCP-C3F
MBCP-C4
MBCP-C4F
MBCP-C53
MBCP-C5F
MCF-V5C3
MCM-V5C3
MDVJ-STS
MDVJ-STW
MJ2-M32-1U-***
MJ2-M32-2U-***
MR202-12AT
MR202-16AT
MR202-24AT
MR202-2AT
MR202-32AT
MR202-4AT
MR202-8AT
MVJ-DC
MVP-C4
MVPC**
MVPC**-BP
NCJ-BCJR
NCP-H8HD
OE-101B
OE-151
OE-501
OE-701
PCRJE**
R300
R300-BN
R300-CN
R300-L
R300-S
R380-S
R460-S
R5A
RCAP-C25F
RCAP-C25HD
RCAP-C3A
RCAP-C3F
RCAP-C3GS
RCAP-C42
RCAP-C4A
RCAP-C4F
RCAP-C53
RCAP-C5A
RCAP-C5F
RCAP-C77
RJ-BCJRU
RJ-BCJRUD
RJ-BCJRUDB
RJ-RU
RJ-RUD
RJ-RUDB
RJC5E-4P
RJC5ES-4P-BS
TC-1
TC-2
TCD-1DB
TCD-3151D
TCD-316C
TCD-31C
TCD-35CA
TCD-35D
TCD-35DF
Index
44
44
44
44
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
45
45
20
20
20
20
20
20
22
22
50
50
53
53
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
51
57
57
26
26
8
8
9
9
57
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
30
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
48
48
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
V
X
TCD-451CA
TCD-4CA
TCD-55FA
TCD-5CF
TCD-5HD
TCD-65C
TCD-67HD
TCD-7CA
TCD-96C
TRM-210
TRM-211
TRM-220
TRM-221
TS100E
TSC
V3-1.5C
V3-3C
V3-3CFB
V3-4CFB
V3-5C
V3-5CFB
V4-1.5C
V4-3C
V4-3CFB
V4-4CFB
V4-5C
V4-5CFB
V5-1.5C
V5-3C
V5-3CFB
V5-3CFW
V5-4CFB
V5-5C
V5-5CFB
V5-5CFW
VAC***F
VIC***F
VJ-DC
VJ2-M32-4U
VJ2-V20-1U-***
VJ2-V20-2U-***
VJ2-V24-1U-***
VJ2-V24-2U-***
VJ2-V26-1U-***
VJ2-V26-2U-***
VPC***F
VWP-C4A
XJ3F-A10TRA-BCJ
XJ3F-TRB-BCJ
XJ3M-TRB-BCJ
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
10
10
10
10
30
30
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
56
56
49
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
57
51
33
33
33
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