Most musical instrument sound pick-ups, for example those in electric guitars, are comprised of high impedance circuits driven mainly by voltage, with very little electrical current flow. That is why handling noise (microphonics) can be a problem for guitar cables. Microphonic noise is caused by the minute voltage generated when a cable is flexed, stepped on, etc. Guitar cables must be designed to prevent this, so a conductive PVC layer is placed under the shield conductor to drain away this voltage. Note: This conductive layer must be stripped back when wiring, or a partial short will result.
ConfigurationPart No.W2524ConductorDetails50/0.12ASize(mm²)0.565mm² (#20AWG)InsulationOv. Dia.(mm)2.7Ø (0.106")MaterialPEColorClearSub-ShieldOv. Dia.(mm)3.3Ø (0.130")MaterialConductive PVC (Carbon PVC)ColorBlackMain-ShieldServed-ShieldApprox. 55/0.18AJacketOv. Dia.(mm)6.0Ø (0.236")MaterialPVCColorBlackRoll Sizes100m (328Ft) / 200m (656Ft)Weight per 100m (328Ft) roll5.1Kg
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ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Part No.W2524DC Resistance at 20°CInner Conductor0.033Ω/m(0.010Ω/Ft)Shield Conductor0.014Ω/m(0.0043Ω/Ft)Capacitance at 1kHz, 20°C130pF/m (39.7pF/Ft)Inductance0.2µH/m (0.061µH/Ft)Electrostatic Noize*0.15mV Max.Electromagnetic Noise At 10kHz*0.07mV Max.Microphonics*0.3mV MaxVoltage BreakdownMust withstand at DC 500V/15sec.Insulation Resistance100000 MΩ × m Min. at DC 500V , 20°CFlex Life15,000 cylesTensile Strength (26°C, 65%RH)578 NEmigrationNon-emigrant to ABS resinApplicable Temperature-20°C‾ +60°C(-4°F‾ +140°F)
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