Laird Digital Cinema has introduced three 12G-SDI BNC cable assemblies built with Canare cables.
Laird said the three Canare cables are compliant with ST 2082-1 standards for 12G-SDI formats to meet the demands of big bandwidth requirements in eSports, live events and similar arena venues.
Designed for 4KUHD video transport, each cable is suitable for fixed installations in rack to rack applications, camera to support equipment with 12G-SDI ports and OB truck wiring.
The L8CUHD-B-B 13 AWG cable assemblies feature a transmission distance of 430 feet, while the flexible L45CHWS-B-B 18AWG is designed for repeated bending with a maximum transmission distance up to 164 feet.
The smaller diameter and lightweight 21 AWG L33CUHD-MBMB is terminated with a micro BNC plug (HD-BNC compatible) and is designed to incorporate more cables into smaller spaces with a maximum transmission distance of 190 feet.
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