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High tech for the new decade

High tech for the new decade

High tech for the new decade

Tasker has released a series of Komby cables with Cat-7, designed for mobile laying

As we start a new decade, Tasker is focusing on the development of single cables that are able to carry out multiple services at once. Cat-7 cables are a significant example of this, where only one cable is needed to carry audio, video and signal data at very high speeds.

For this reason, Tasker has released a series of Komby cables with Cat-7, designed for mobile laying. Tasker’s own C747 contains four Cat-7 S/FTP stranded cables that, thanks to their soft PVC sheath and an external diameter of just 19mm, are said to be extremely soft and flexible. Tasker reports that these features make this cable ideal for both mobile laying and the realisation of assembled cables to be used on cable drums.

Tasker has also added four high-shielded DMX cables plus a 3x2.5mm² power cable in the form of the C744. The manufacturer describes the C744 as a complex cable suitable for many applications but mostly for assembled cables for live events.

Tasker also offers smaller siblings for the C744: the C743 is contained in a single soft PVC sheath with three Cat-7 S/FTPs, two DMXs and one 3x2.5mm² power cable; the C735 Super is composed of two Cat-7 cables and one 3x2.5mm² power cable; and the C734 Super comes with one Cat-7 S/FTP and one 3x1.5mm² power cable. All the cables can be widely used for high-speed data transmission, particularly in data centres and broadcast studios, and can be manufactured on demand with LSZH or PUR sheaths.

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