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Tasker fights fire

Tasker fights fire

Tasker fights fire

Following new CPR legislation, Tasker has increased the standards of its medium-risk class (Cca) and high-risk class (B2ca) cables. In addition, the Italian manufacturer has launched a new range of products consisting of different sections (2x1.00, 2x1.50, 2x2.50mm²) in OFC red copper, stranded, with the following codes: TSK401, TSK402 and TSK403 CPR Cca.

New microphone and DMX cables have also been added in the audio category, both with a tinned copper braided shield covering 85% and with a section of 2x0.35mm². The C128 CPR Cca and the TSK1038 CPR Cca provide a clear signal up to 100m away.

In the video sector, the manufacturer has been focusing its attention on 6G- and 12G-SDI and developed the TSK1078 CPR Cca (0.80/3.50/5.00mm) and the TSK1079 CPR (1.13/4.80/6.80mm). They are suitable for applications up to 60m and 80m at 8K, respectively, according to the latest SMPTE 2082 transmission standard.

Finally, the last addition is the Tasker C722 B2ca, a LAN Cat-6 SF/UTP, 4x2x0.25mm² section with multiple operative applications and has been approved for the maximum risk class according to CPR legislation.

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