Sescom SES-3XLRF-CAT 3 Channel Passive Balanced Audio Extender over CAT5/6/7 - RJ45 to 3 Female XLR Connectors


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    SES-3XLRF-CAT - Overview

    Save big on the costs of expensive XLR audio snakes and pair-down 3 cable channels into a single low profile run with the Sescom 3XLRF-CAT. This brilliantly simple solution allows you to convert 3 XLR channels to single RJ45 connection allowing balanced mic level, AES/EBU digital or DMX signals to be run over a single CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6 or CAT7 cable.

    Run only the channels you need and even take advantage of the Sescom 3XLRF-CAT versatility by mixing multiple signals types in the same setup. The 3XLRF-CAT features three (3) female 3-pin XLR connectors on a 12-inch fanout attached to a Neutrik RJ45 etherCON chassis connector that's housed in a rugged field box. Because it's passive, it can be plugged directly into analog or digital mixers, consoles, breakouts boxes and more. Pair the system to a Jackreel connectorized RJ45 cable reel and you have a fast field deploy system for gigs, live events and any remote production.

    This unit, SES-3XLRF-CAT, can be paired with: SES-3XLRM-CAT or SES-3XLRM-CATBX.

    • Features:

      • Send 3 Channels of Analog or Digital Audio, AES/EBU or DMX over Cat 5/6/7 Cable
      • 3 Channel Versions Support Phantom Power - 48V
      • Replaces Bulky Multichannel Audio Snakes Allowing for Quick Setup
      • Passive Design Requires No Power
      • Compact & Lightweight - Easy to Store
      • Rugged Road Ready Black Aluminum Enclosure
    • Specifications:

      • 12- Inch Fanouts
      • Neutrik 3Pin XLR & Locking RJ45 etherCON Connectors
      • Digital Audio 48k 24bit AES/EBU Transmission Distance: 1000 feet
      • Analog Balance Line Level Audio Transmission Distance: 2000 feet
      • Mic Level Audio Transmission Distance: 2000 Feet
    • Warranty:

      • 1 Year Warranty

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