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What Is Siamese Cable?

 

 

siamese cableWhen speaking about cabling, the term Siamese refers to a type of combination cable that makes it possible to run two types of wiring – typically for power and data transmission – to a given location through a single cable. Siamese cables offer cleaner and more organized installations, and are commonly used in video, surveillance camera and closed-circuit television (CCTV) applications for that very reason: equipment can be wired for power and signal without the installer having to use separate cables for each type of connection.

RG59U Siamese coaxial cables are great for distance, with the ability to reliably carry power and data signals up to 1000 feet. When your Cable TV or video applications call for Siamese cable, be sure to check out the PVC and Plenum-rated varieties available at CableOrganizer.com!

 

 

 

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Coaxial Siamese Cable RG59/U
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RG-59/U is used for low power and RF signal connections.Our quality made RG-59 cable meets these requirements and it is utilized to carry video signals including composite video, S-video, RGB, component video, etc.
 
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RG6 coaxial cable
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From $31.45 / 500ft
Our RG6/U cable is a higher quality 75 Ω coaxial cable that is a higher grade cable than RG59 and therefore a better choice where performance is important. It uses a larger, higher-capacity center conductor (18 AWG) and a larger insulating dielectric.

 

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