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Belden Brilliance Waterblocked, Plenum, Banana Peel Cables
Audio snake cables
The waterblocked series consists of six standard product codes with constructions ranging from one to 12 pairs. These products are suitable for direct burial and are outdoor-rated without the installation difficulties associated with gel installations. The plenum series offers nine product codes including the recent additions of four, six, eight and 12-pair constructions with an overall jacket. Each pair is individually jacketed, eliminating the need for heat shrink. This simplifies field termination and reduces labor costs. Belden also now offers two, four, and six-pair audio snake cables in its patented Banana Peel construction. Banana Peel cables are easy-to-install composite cables. All component cables are bundled and affixed to a center spline, eliminating the need for an overall jacket. Installers can easily split the composite cable into individual cables by peeling them away from the center spline.
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