1172A

Microphone Cable, Star Quad, 4 C #26 Str BC, 95% TC French Braid, PVC Jkt, Flexible

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Microphone Cable, Star Quad, 4 Conductor 26 AWG (30 x 40) High Conductivity Bare Copper, PE Insulation, 95% Tinned Copper French Braid Shield, PVC Jacket, Flexible
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Specifications
Product Overview

Suitable Applications

Microphone, Low Noise for high-EMI environments; Line level balanced analog audio

Construction Details
Conductor
Element Number of Element AWG Stranding Material
Conductor(s) 4 26 30x40 BC - Bare Copper
Insulation
Element Material Thickness Nom. Insulation Diameter Color Code
Conductor(s) PE - Polyethylene 0.013 in 0.045 Blue, White, Blue/White Stripe, White/Blue Stripe
Outer Shield Material
Shield Type Material Coverage Drainwire Type Notes
French Braid Tinned Copper (TC) 95% 28 AWG (19x40) BC Paper tape under braid with drain over tape
Outer Jacket Material
Material Thickness Nom. Diameter
PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride 0.031 in 0.190 in

Cable Diameter (Nominal)

0.190 in

Electrical Characteristics
Electricals
Element Nom. Conductor DCR Nom. Capacitance Cond-to-Cond Nom. Velocity of Prop. Max. Current
Conductor(s) 36 Ohm/1000ft 39.2 pF/ft 66% 1.9 Amps per conductor @ 25°C

Nom Outer Shield DCR

6.8 Ohm/1000ft

Voltage
Non-UL Voltage Rating
100 V
Mechanical Characteristics
Temperature
Operating
-20°C to +60°C
Bend Radius
Stationary Min. Installation Min.
2 in 1.9 in

Max. Pull Tension

37 lbs

Bulk Cable Weight

25 lbs/1000ft

Standards and Compliance

Environmental Suitability

Indoor (Not Riser or Plenum), Indoor

European Directive Compliance

EU Directive 2011/65/EU (ROHS II), EU Directive 2012/19/EU (WEEE)

APAC Compliance

China RoHS II (GB/T 26572-2011)

Product Notes

Notes

Quad connection scheme: The two blue wires (or wires directly opposite one another) are connected together to form one conductor, and similarly the two white wires (or remaining wires) are connected together to form the second conductor.

History

Update and Revision

Revision Number: 0.362 Revision Date: 02-16-2021