The RZ series cables are parallel designed loudspeaker cables with a maximum flexibility and strength. They are mostly used for indoor applications. Each conductor is fitted with a highly flexible jacket of PVC. The two parallel conductors are available in black, white or gray and one of the two has a thin line to identify the polarity. The RZ series cables are “all-round” loudspeaker cables suited for all kinds of applications on loudspeaker level.
|RZ07/1B||100m, red/black||There is no successor for this product|
|RZ07/1G||100m, grey||There is no successor for this product|
|RZ07/1W||100m, white||There is no successor for this product|
|Type of cable||2-core loudspeaker cable|
|Inner conductor||Material||BC 10 x 7 x 0.12 mm (Ø) (OFC)|
|Number of conductors||2|
|American Wire Gauge||18 AWG|
|Outer jacket||Material||Flexible PVC 2.6 x 5.2 mm (Ø)|
|Colours||Black with red molded line|
|White with black molded line (RZ07/W)|
|Grey with white molded line (RZ07/G)|
|Temperature range||Fixed installation||- 104 °F till + 176 °F|
|Mobile installation||- 77 °F till + 158 °F|
|Bending radius||Fixed installation||8 x outer diameter|
|Mobile installation||10 x outer diameter|
|Capacitance||Cond/Cond||76 pF / m @ 1 kHz|
|Lead resistance||2.3 Ω / 100 m|
|Cable Crosstalk||Min. 74 dB / 100 m|
A stranded copper wire is more flexible and easier to install than a large single-strand wire with the same cross section. Stranding improves wire life in applications where flexibility is needed. A particular cross section of a stranded conductor gives it essentially the same resistance characteristics as a single-strand conductor, but with added flexibility.
The cables carrying this logo have several possibilities in the choice of colour for the outer jacket color. Having several colours available can be a real advantage when it comes to wiring your rack with several similar cables, whilst still providing a clear overview of your connections. But also for esthetic purposes, PROCAB offers its users the choice between a wide range of colours.