Canare L-3CFB 3G-SDI 1.0/2.3 DIN Male to BNC Male Cable 3 FT

Canare L-3CFB 3G-SDI 1.0/2.3 DIN Male to BNC Male Cable 3 FT

Canare L-3CFB 3G-SDI 1.0/2.3 DIN Male to BNC Male Cable 3 FT

  • 3 FT in length
  • Canare True 75-Ohm DCP-C3F 1.0/2.3 DIN
  • Cables meet SMPTE 259M, 292M,424M Standards
  • 100% Sweep Tested
  • Compatible with Blackmagic, Atomos, AJA, Red Cameras
$23.95
Availability: In stock
UPC: 808447014198
SKU
CAN-CAL3CFBB3

The Canare L-3CFB 3G-SDI 1.0/2.3 DIN Male to BNC Male Cable 3 FT is handcrafted with Canare flexible L-3CFB HD-SDI Mini Coaxial Cable, Canare 75-ohm DCP-C3F HD 1.0/2.3 DIN, and Canare BCP-B3F HD BNC Connectors. Canare L-3CFB coax is 100% sweep tested to conform to SMPTE 259M, 292M and 424M standards. Both Canare HD connectors exceed 3.0Gbps HD-SDI requirements specified in SMPTE424M. These cables more than meet todays requirements for 3 Gbps signal / data serial interface needs, and are designed for any equipment that has 1.0/2.3 mini din input or output. This 1.0/2.3 din to standard size BNC male configuration in particular is great for 3G HD/SDI equipment output, connecting to other equipment or video distribution gear equipped with standard size BNC input. This cable is great for use with Atomos, Blackmagic Design, and Red One products that utilize 1.0/2.3 DIN 3G HD/SDI I/Os.

More Information
  • Used for the following applications: HD-Serial Digital Video, satellite head ends, HDTV upgrade, broadband facilities, and SMPTE 292M
  • Solid copper center conductor
  • Foam PE dielectric
  • Tinned copper braid with aluminum foil shield
  • Dielectric strips away clean from conductor
  • 100% sweep tested
  • DIN 1.0/2.3 crimp connector can be used with the L-3CFB coaxial cable
  • Suitable for use with equipment with 1.0/2.3 DIN 3G HD/SDI inputs and outputs like the Black Magic and Red One products




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