Gepco Introduces Miniature Ten Channel
High Definition Video Snake
CHICAGO, January 31, 2002 - Gepco International introduces the VS10230, a thin-profile, ten channel, extra-flexible remote video snake that utilizes Gepco's High Definition miniature 23 AWG coax. Ideal for remote production applications in standard or HDTV digital video formats, VS10230 provides a convenient and rugged way of transmitting multiple digital video signals within a single cable.
The VDM230 coax utilized in VS10230 features a guaranteed 3 GHz bandwidth for HDTV, low attenuation and excellent crush resistance. Precision process control and the nitrogen gas-injected dielectric yield a faster velocity of propagation (82%), tight tolerance 75-ohm impedance and low attenuation and structural return loss across the entire rated bandwidth.
The conductive elements of VS10230 consist of a precision-drawn solid copper center conductor and a 95% tinned copper braid with 100% foil shield for complete broadband shielding. The shield can be easily and reliably terminated due to the tight-angle braid weave and special non-bonded, fully-conductive foil. Combined, the precision materials and specifications result in a cable that can transmit high-speed video data accurately and reliably.
Gepco® International, with headquarters in Des Plaines, IL, and a
branch location in Burbank, CA, has been a leading provider of studio
and broadcast audio and video cables for more than 20 years. The
company also specializes in manufacturing custom cable assemblies,
panels, patch bay harnesses and breakout boxes. In addition, Gepco
stocks and distributes connectors, patchbays and other cable-related
products. For more information about Gepco, visit our Company Profile.