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Van Damme Grey Series Monocore 16 Way

  • Buy 10 for £11.94 each and save 5%
  • Buy 20 for £11.40 each and save 10%
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Quick Overview

Unbalanced Multicore cable, great for insert looms. Priced per meter. Example; order a quantity of 10 to receive 1x10m length of cable.

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The Van Damme Monocore range was originally developed for semi-professional unbalanced multitrack recorders. The development of software based digital applications has made this application virtually redundant; however this range is increasingly being used in industrial applications for remote sensing and instrumentation functions due to its excellent screening and flexibility.



• Transfer of multiple unbalanced audio signals

• Industrial sense and control cabling

• Domestic multichannel interconnects (5.1 and 7.1 surround)

• Unbalanced insert looms


Application notes

• 48 strand lapped spiral screen ensures excellent flexibility and effective screening

• Ultra pure oxygen free copper for outstanding sonic integrity


Tech Spec



Material - Tinned ultra pure oxygen free copper wire

Stranding - 14 x 0.15mm



Material - PVC

Diameter - 1.45mm ±0.07



Type - 48 x 0.10mm close lapped spiral

Coverage - >95%



Material - Flexible PVC/Neoprene composite

Colour - RAL 9005 jet black

Overall diameter - 2.25mm ±0.15


Overall jacket

Material - flexible PVC composite

Colour - Squirrel grey RAL 7000


Bend raduis

10 x overall diameter

Physical properties unaged Jacket (at 60ºC)

Tensile strength  - >12.5N/mm2



Conductor -  <90 Ohm/Km

Insulation - >2500 M Ohm/Km



Core to core - pF/m 265 nominal


Overall Diameter - 13.00mm

Additional Information

Cable Type Multicore
Brand.... Van Damme
Multicore Options.... No

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