50ft RapidRun® Multi-Format Runner Cable - In-Wall CMG-Rated

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Product Features
Optimized for high density, multi-format signal applications over a single cable
• In-wall, CMG-rated jacket
• Supports VGA video and other audio/video signals
• Designed for use with RapidRun Multi-Format flying leads and wall plates
(1) RapidRun 15-pin Female
(1) RapidRun 15-pin Female
Product Description
RapidRun® is designed to be the standard for in-wall audio/video installations. Using pre-terminated Break-away flying leads and wall plates with an in-wall runner ensures flexible, efficient, high quality connections for all types of equipment, with no field terminations.

Use this CMG-rated Multi-Format Runner for in-wall installations that support high density, multi-format applications. Whether hanging a projector in a modern 21st century classroom or installing a commercial digital signage system, a clean, crisp signal will be delivered every time.

Please note: Each complete RapidRun Multi-Format runner solution requires a break-away flying lead or wall plate to terminat each end of the runner cable. Each runner requires (2) break-away flying leads, (2) wall plates, OR (1) break-away flying lead and (1) wall plate.

•Download a PDF with the technical specifications of this product on the Support tab or view the technical specifications of this product on the Specs tab
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Product Specifications
Color : Black
Length : 50.00 Foot
Jacket Rating : In Wall
UPC : 757120600053
Warranty : Lifetime
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 4.075 LB
•Download a PDF with the technical specifications of this product on the Support tab
Electrical Characteristics
3 Coax Conductor:
•Impedance: 75±5Ω
•Capacitance: 71±2pF/ft
•Velocity of propagation: 78±1%
•DC resistance: 237±10Ω/km
•Dielectric strength: 500VAC/1 minute min.
•Insulation resistance (500V): 10MΩ/KM
3 Twisted Pair Conductors
•DC resistance: 93.25Ω/m at 20°C
•Dielectric strength:750VAC/minute min.
•Insulation resistance: 100MΩ/KM at 20°C
Physical Characteristics
•Voltage rating: 30V
•Temperature rating: 80°C
•Temperature range: -25° - 80°C
•Minimum bend radius: 90mm
Conductor (qty. 3)
•Conductor type: 28AWG (7/0.127) (tinned copper)
•Dielectric: Foam PE
•Shield: Spiral shield (tinned copper) (90% coverage)
•Insulation: PVC
Conductor (qty. 3 twisted pair)
•Conductor type: 24AWG (7/0.2) (tinned copper)
•Foil shield: Aluminum foil (100% coverage)
•Insulation: PVC
Conductor (qty. 2 conductors)
•Conductor type: 24AWG (7/0.2) (tinned copper)
•Insulation: PVC
Overall Cable
•Foil shield: Aluminum foil (100% coverage)
•Braided shield: 24/8/0.12 (tinned copper) (85% coverage)
•Jacket: Matte PVC - CMG rated
RapidRun Din Connector
•Connector type: 15-pin DIN
•Contact material: Brass, 3µm gold plating
•Insulation: Black PBT
•Dimensions (DxL): 16.0 x 39.0mm
Product Support
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Questions & Answers

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Will the Multi-Format Runner cable work with digital flying leads or will the multi-format only work with multi-format leads?
Asked by: Anonymous
RapidRun Multi-format will only work with multi-format leads or wall plates. It will not work with the digital flying leads.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06
Can I use this cable to create a 35 foot VGA Cable?
Asked by: Rudi
You can use this cable to create a VGA cable if using Multi-Format RapidRun VGA Flying Leads like part number 60091.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-10-05
Do you need active Flying Leads if using a Multi-Format Runner over a certain length?
Asked by: Anonymous
Multi-Format does not require active leads.
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2017-10-06
Are the new multimedia runners compatable with HDMI flying leads?
Asked by: Anonymous
The new Multi-format runners are not compatible with the red HDMI flying leads.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05
What size is the head of the cable? Trying to figure how the smallest size conduit I can run this in.
Asked by: Please
The minimum is 3/4in conduit
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2019-10-01
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