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    Hypex DLCP to NC400 Signal Cable

    € 15,45 Out of stock: restocking time is 2-3 days
    50cm balanced signal cable with 4-pin connectors on both sides to connect the DLCP to the NC400 module.... Show more
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    Product description

    50cm balanced signal cable with 4-pin connectors on both sides to connect the DLCP to the NC400 module.

     

    Highlights

    • QuietConduit design
    • Polymer interface layer eliminates microphonic noise pickup

     

    Product details

    Hypex DLCP to NC400 signal cable

     

    The QuietConduit cable design incorporates several refinements over normal balanced cables. A conductive polymer interface layer between the braid shield and the insulation of the signal conductor short-circuits triboelectric currents where they are generating, virtually eliminating microphonic noise pickup. A secondary benefit of this layer is to improve the electrostatic shielding effectiveness of the braid shield. Another crucial improvement is the elimination of drain wires, which is normally included for ease of termination but which allow shield currents to couple noise asymmetrically into the signal conductors. The geometry of the QuietConduit cable is precisely controlled, insuring that any noise coupling is strictly limited to common mode.

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    DSP to Ncore Signal Cable

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