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Microphone Cable, Star Quad, 4 C #16 Str TC, Rayon & 85% TC Braid, Cotton Serve, CPE Jkt

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Microphone Cable, Star Quad, 4 Conductor 16 AWG (65 x 34) Tinned Copper (High conductivity), EPDM Insulation, Rayon® Braid, 85% Tinned Copper Braid Shield, Cotton Serve, CPE Jacket
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Specifications
Product Overview

Suitable Applications

Low frequency microphone or musical instruments; Balanced analog audio; Low Noise for high-EMI environments

Construction Details
Conductor
Element Number of Element AWG Stranding Material
Conductor(s) 4 16 65x34 TC - Tinned Copper (High Conductivity)
Insulation
Element Material Thickness Nom. Insulation Diameter Color Code
Conductor(s) EPDM - Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer 0.031 in 0.12 Black, White, Red, Green
Outer Shield Material
Shield Type Material Coverage
Braid + Braid Rayon® + Tinned Copper (TC) 85% + 85%
Outer Jacket Material
Separator Material Thickness Nom. Diameter
Cotton Serve CPE - Chlorinated Polyethylene 0.043 in 0.416 in

Cable Diameter (Nominal)

0.416 in

Electrical Characteristics
Electricals
Element Nom. Conductor DCR Nom. Capacitance Cond-to-Cond Characteristic Impedence Nom. Velocity of Prop. Max. Current
Conductor(s) 4 Ohm/1000ft 30 pF/ft 44 Ohm 52% 5.6 Amps per conductor at 25°C

Nom Outer Shield DCR

2.63 Ohm/1000ft

Voltage
Non-UL Voltage Rating
600 V
Mechanical Characteristics
Temperature
Operating
-30°C to +60°C
Bend Radius
Stationary Min. Installation Min.
4.25 in 5 in

Max. Pull Tension

162 lbs

Bulk Cable Weight

111 lbs/1000ft

Standards and Compliance

Environmental Suitability

Indoor (Not Riser or Plenum), Indoor

Flammability / Fire Resistance

VW-1

European Directive Compliance

EU CE Mark, EU Directive 2015/863/EU, 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 black and red wires (or wires directly opposite one another) are connected together to form one conductor, and similarly the white and green wires (or remaining wires) are connected together to form the second conductor.

History

Update and Revision

Revision Number: 0.345 Revision Date: 02-16-2021