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ITC – AudioQuest InfoComm 2008 Preview

Company Overview

ITC (Instant Tool-less Connector) was introduced by AudioQuest in 2004 as a unique engineering solution for high-quality audio and video connections in custom installations. Today, ITC is its own brand, built upon a rich heritage in the audio/video cable industry that spans nearly three decades. ITC specializes in the unique requirements of today’s custom design and installation professionals. The patented ITC System is the cornerstone of the company’s offering. As a reliable, time-saving alternative to crimping and compression, the system enables fast and secure cable termination within a tool-free and reusable design that dramatically reduces costly return visits to repair failed connections. More information about ITC is available at www.itcplug.com.

New for InfoComm 2008:

ITC Instant Tool-less Line of Connectors — Demonstrating for the first time at InfoComm 2008, ITC’s high-performance, tool-less connectors are available in nickel- and gold-plated models. To ensure long-term, reliable connections, Instant Tool-less Connectors feature a captive center pin that securely grips onto the center conductor using a unique spring-tension system for maximum contact and conductivity. ITCs are also unique in their ability to be reused easily, making them a cost-effective alternative to soldering or compression systems. Both series of ITC connectors are available in F, BNC, and RCA connector configurations for 18 AWG RG6-type and 20 AWG RG59-type coax cable.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/ITC/ITC_Tool-Less_Connector.zip

New Instant Tool-Less Mini Coax Connectors — Unlike compression mini connectors, with a blind entry that can misguide the center conductor, ITC’s mini connectors are designed to provide a more robust and certain connection in the field. The installer performs the braid termination with ease using one piece, while the second piece has a smooth, tapped channel to guide the center conductor in place. Then, you just twist until secure. In addition, the connectors offer a minimum-resistance, easy-access center pin entry for the center conductor, whether solid or stranded. ITC’s mini coax connectors are the first to use the braid for grip/pull, eliminating the need to rely on thin wire jackets. To ensure long-term, reliable connections, the connectors feature a captive center pin that securely grips onto the center conductor using ITC’s patent-pending Grip-Lock system for maximum contact and conductivity. The mini connectors are also unique in their ability to be easily reused.

The new mini coax tool-less connectors will be available in June 2008, for the termination of most 26 AWG mini coax cables in both solid and stranded center conductors and many 25 AWG cables depending on manufacturer’s OD specification.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/ITC/ITC-plug-assembly.zip

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