West Penn Wire’s audio cables, panels and assemblies consist of several types to handle a variety of applications.
West Penn Wire is a leading manufacturer of NEC- and UL-rated line level, 50 Ohm wireless mic RF cables, and intercom cables for use in:
Because a line level cable carries less power than a speaker cable, the line-level cable is more susceptible to noise. A good line level audio cable contains a shield of some sort (foil, braid, foil/braid) to protect against EMI noise that emanates from florescent lighting, lighting dimmers, and electric motors. These EMI signals may penetrate into the line level audio and disrupt the audio signals.
West Penn Wire cables use quality materials to meet the highest standards. We also provide connectors and other accessories such as audio panels and assemblies.
West Penn Wire is a leading manufacturer of NEC- and UL-rated speaker level cables for applications in:
In a speaker level cable, the conductivity is important, but inductance is also important. The inductance can be determined by the conductor and also the insulation. West Penn Wire cables use quality materials to meet the highest standards. We also provide connectors and other accessories such as audio panels and assemblies.
West Penn Wire set the standard for indoor/outdoor fire-alarm installations in 1995 with Aquaseal Water-Resistant Cables. Since then Aquaseal – the industry’s original sunlight- and water-resistant, water blocking, low-voltage cable – has become the recognized name for indoor/outdoor use. Aquaseal products are manufactured using a premium-grade jacket and tape and are engineered to be abrasion and crush resistant. Choose the cable that meets UL Standards 444 and 13, and TIA455-82B Water Infiltration Test for these applications:
West Penn Wire’s new animation video shows how a properly designed and installed fire suppression or fire alarm (FA) system in two buildings – initiating devices, SLC lines, and NAC cables – is the fastest and most effective way to avert a disaster.