Crestron Interface Cables

Crestron has added 60 new interface cable models to its selection of Crestron Certified Wire.
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Crestron Interface Cables

Dec 1, 2009 1:51 PM

Crestron Interface Cables

Crestron has added 60 new interface cable models to its selection of Crestron Certified Wire. Fully supporting the multiple signal types used in AV systems today—including VGA, RCA, DVI, Category 2 HDMI, and DisplayPort multimode—Crestron interface cables are available in a variety of pre-terminated lengths for faster, easier installation. The cable jackets are durable and flexible, with a UL CL3-rating for in-wall use that meets the high UL standard for fire resistance. Fifteen versions of Crestron MP-WP wall plates support a wide selection of signal types / connectors, and are the perfect accessories for versatile and flexible system installation. All MP-WPs are available in white or black, and they install cleanly in a single gang box using a standard decorative faceplate. Plates may be combined to provide just the right wall, lectern, or rackmount configuration and contingency for every room. Price: NA

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