Belden Brilliance RG-6/U Type Precision Digital Video Coaxial Cable Is a Flexible Version of 1694A
Belden Brilliance 1694F is an extremely flexible
version of Belden's popular industry standard, 1694A.
Like 1694A, this RG-6/U Type Low Loss Serial Digital
coaxial cable provides top quality signal transmissions
(both analog and digital). It also offers the user the
benefit of superior cable life-whether it's used
indoors or out-of-doors. And unlike other manufacturers'
cables, 1694F provides the end-user and the
installer with some unique cost and labor-saving
benefits since it accommodates the same connector
as 1694A, and therefore the same type of tool,
throughout its installation-even at the patch panel.
Exceptional Flexibility and Flex Life
Belden Brilliance 1694F's flexibility makes this
CM-listed cable easy to route through building walls
and conduit in studio settings and other fixed installations. But 1694F's exceptional physical and electrical characteristics really make this cable ideal for use in patch bays, mobile studio trucks, remote outdoor field locations, and more. Today's on-the-move broadcast crews routinely subject the cables they use to repeated pulling, flexing, bending and crushing situations. Under these circumstances a conventional cable might develop discontinuities that could lead to degraded signal transmission-or the cable could even break. But Belden 1694F offers outstanding flexibility and long-life characteristics and an abrasion-resistant
PVC jacket-in conjunction with superior electrical performance. In addition, digital audio signals increasingly run through coax in accordance with Audio Engineering Society standard AES-3id. Belden 1694F is an excellent choice for AES-3id applications where
optimum flexibility and flex life are required. To ensure best-in-class Return Loss performance, Belden 1694F SDI/HDTV cable is 100% sweep tested to 4.5 GHz.
Belden is the only cable manufacturer that has extended its testing to 4.5 GHz, assuring broadcasters and leading-edge broadcast equipment manufacturers of high performance and reliability as they begin to migrate from the existing 1080i (interlaced) HD format to the emerging 1080p (progressive) format, protocols and equipment which require twice the bandwidth of 1080i.
Optimum flexibility starts with a 19 AWG bare
copper (compacted), stranded center conductor.
Advanced impedance stability and Return Loss
characteristics are achieved by the use of foam
polyethylene insulation and state-of-the-art
The cable's shielding consists of a double tinned
copper braid. This shielding construction provides
superior flex characteristics over foil/braid shield
designs, while offering 100 dB of shield isolation.
An abrasion-resistant matte PVC jacket adds
further protection and flexibility.