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RCA Plenum-rated Component Audio/Video Cable - 15 FT
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RCA Plenum-rated Component Audio/Video Cable - 15 FT

(5) RCA Plenum-rated Component Audio/Video Cable

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Plenum component video and audio cables are designed to meet the strictest of electrical codes; our plenum cable meets or exceeds many common cable standards. Component video and audio cables provide a high definition video connection between devices, such as a DVD player, Blu-Ray, satellite receiver, cable box, and more.  This cable includes five separate color-coded connectors to ensure proper installation. The cables are made from flexible combination cable. Internally this cable is protected from EMI and RFI interference by a 95% copper braid and 25% aluminum foil shield. The component video cables are capable of resolutions of up to 1080P.

Features:

  • Length: 15 Ft
  • 5x Metal RCA connectors
  • Plenum rated jacket (CMP)
  • Color Coded
  • Dual Shield
  • Audio and Video
  • Up to 1080P resolution
  • Support all component video signal formats
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Q: What are RCA connectors commonly used for?

A: RCA cables have a variety of uses. Mainly they are used for audio and video on anything from home theater applications to cameras.

Q: I see RCA's defined as composite and component. What is the difference?

A: While RCA connectors all look the same the cables they are attached to make the different. Composite is for single video and can also be used for audio. Component uses 3 different RCA connectors for video. Component video signals are far superior to composite video signal types.

Q: What does RGB stand for?

A: RGB literally stands for Red Green Blue. It is used as an interface to connect analog audio and video signals to different devices like cameras, televisions, computers, and many more.

Q: What does plenum rated mean?

A: Plenum (CMP) is a rating that is given to cables that have passed a stringent burn test and are able to be run through plenum air spaces. Plenum air spaces include drop ceilings and non-ducted HVAC air returns.


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