RGB plus 2x-CAT5E Yields Immense Installation Flexibility
Orlando, Florida -January 23, 2009 -Tributaries® Cable's wide range of high -quality, high -value cables, connectors, terminations, and custom hardware problem -solvers has already earned it leadership status in the high -end sector of the burgeoning market of cables and custom -installation accessories. The company's latest addition is a new bulk "structured cable," dubbed TRIBMINI5D2, that combines five solid -core coaxial wires with two CAT5E bundles for an incredibly flexible solution to cabling dilemmas. And the slick, easy -pulling TRIBMINI5D2 cable is less difficult to snake and finish than conventional CAT5+RG6.
Tributaries' new double -CAT5E and five -wire RGB combo yields an almost limitless range of configurations of analog audio and video, RF, data, and digital A/V via long -run "balun" systems, making whole -house high -definition/data networks more easy and cost -effective than ever before. Its five coaxial lines (red, green, blue, yellow, white) feature solid -core 23AWG copper -center conductors, each surrounded by foamed polyethylene (FPE) dielectrics; aluminum/Mylar® 100% wraps with 25% overlap; and tinned -copper 97% braided shields. These and dual CAT5E bundles are all enclosed in an overjacket of black PVC, with filler between the conductors to provide a soft, smooth outer surface, and a thin paper wrap that acts as a "lubricant" between the inner conductors and the outer jacket to ensure easy, reliable stripping.
Highly flexible, with UL® ratings CL2 and CMR, Tributaries' new TRIBMINI5D2's nominal O.D. is 0.630 inches (16mm). Available immediately on wooden spools of 500 feet.
About Tributaries® Cable
Established in 1991 in Orlando, Florida, Tributaries® is an acknowledged leader in the design, production, and distribution of high -quality audio and video interconnect cables, speaker wires, accessories, and electronics. The company prides itself on its customer service, and has won the CE industry magazine Inside Track Supplier Loyalty Awards a total of twelve times in the past thirteen years.