PRX505SF

Cable reel - networking cable - CAT5E - SF/UTP - etherCON - DuraFlex™

The PRX505SF is a DuraFlex™ CAT5E SF/UTP cable (PCT50SF) assembled on a lightweight, extremely strong and impact resistant reel (CDM310) which is specifically designed for the growing number of digital applications in the professional AV industry. The cable end is terminated using a male Ethercon connector while the chassis side is fitted with a female Ethercon chassis connector. It features a Duraflex™ outer jacket constructed using a double-extrusion technique with an polyurethane outer and PVC inner jacket. The polyurethane outer jacket offers an excellent resistance against mechanical wear due to pulling, bending, cracking and UV exposure, while the PVC inner jacket keeps it easy to handle. The conductor section consists of 4 pairs with stranded 24 AWG conductors which guarantees an optimal signal transmission while the double shielding consisting of an overall aluminum foil surrounded by a braiding offers a high immunity to noise and interference caused by external devices. Supports 10Base-T, 100Base-TX and 1000Base-T gigabit networks. Supports Dante, Cobranet, Ethersound, HdbaseT and other AV network protocols.

Types

Available now

  • PRX505SF/50 - 50 METER
  • PRX505SF/90 - 90 METER

Components

Gold plated

Avoids oxidation and maintains performance for years to come.

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CAT5E

A solid and stable ethernet cable, designed to reduce crosstalk.

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Bi-jacketed

A smooth and safe touch with extra physical protection.

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PUR

When flexibility, abrasion and oil resistance are a must.

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Shrinksleeve

Easily tag your cables without disconnecting them.

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Neutrik

Trustworthy connectors that can withstand the harshest use.

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