ETS PA205F InstaSnake 3-Channel XLR Female CAT5 Audio Balun


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    ETS PA205F - Overview

    The ETS InstaSnake PA200 Series is configured for 3 sends and 1 return. Each passive send unit (PA205F) features 3 Female XLR and 1 Male XLR to RJ45 jack, all pins. Each passive receive unit (PA205M) features 3 Male XLR and 1 Female XLR to RJ45 jack, all pins. The PA205 will send phantom power over standard Cat5 or 6 cables. Phantom power has been tested to 850 feet over shielded cable.

    The basic units are a pair of passive units with bi-directional capability which can be input directly into analog or digital consoles. Designed to the highest professional standards the InstaSnake has a wide, flat frequency response, low THD and residual noise. The InstaSnake has been factory tested to 1900 feet over CAT5 using low Z dynamic microphones.

    • Features:

      • Very easy transport
      • Low cost
      • No ground loops
      • Add second unit to increase the number of channels
      • May be used for analog or digital audio
      • Supports 48V phantom power
      • Rugged, `road-ready' construction
      • RoHS compliant
      • USA Made
      • 100% tested
    • Specifications:

      • Crosstalk -109 dB between Ch1 and Ch2
      • @ 20KHz -106 dB between Ch1 and Ch4, -106 dB between Ch2 and Ch3, -106 dB between Ch2 and Ch4, -109 dB between Ch3 and Ch4, -109 dB between Ch3 and Ch4
      • Distance: UTP – 1900 ft. STP 850 ft – phantom power only Up to 1105 ft (44.1 KHz.48 KHz sampling rate) Up to 877 ft (96 KHz sampling rate)
      • Connectors: Female or Male XLR to Ethercon RJ45 jack or 110 punchdown (wall plate)
      • Dimensions L x W x H: 107mm x 70mm x 45mm
    • Note


      • You can mix and match Mic/Line, Line or AES/EBU configurations making the InstaSnake a versatile high quality solution at very affordable prices.

    ETS PA205F - Required Accessories

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