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Clark Wire and Cable 700 Series
Multi-pair audio cables
Built for high-density audio applications, the 700 series comes in configurations from four to 24 balanced audio pairs within a single master jacketed cable. New to the 700 series is an updated jacket and core construction that improves the flexibility and elevates the UL rating to riser type CMR. The 700 series pair construction still features 22AWG tinned copper conductors insulated with a low-shrink back and low-loss polypropylene dielectric. To achieve low RF/EMI noise and exceptional common-mode rejection, each pair is precision twisted and shielded with a bonded foil shield and a tinned copper drain wire. For quick identification each single-pair element has a color-coded and alpha-numerically printed jacket that makes channel identification easy, even in low-light environments. New to the 700 series is an improved TPE jacket compound. This dual purpose jacket allows the same 700 series cable to be used in harsh environments where flexibility and durability are critical as well as in permanent installation environments that require a CMR listed cable.
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