Speaker Cable Telephone Cable Alarm Cable Factory

  • 66,600 m²
    Factory covered
  • 2001
    Founded in
  • 200+
    Skillful employees
  • 35,000 Kms
    Annual production capacity

Zhejiang CommSpace Cable Co., Ltd.

Zhejiang CommSpace Cable Co., Ltd. was established in 2001 with total 66,600㎡ manufacturing area, located in Zhuji city, Zhejiang Province, close to Ningbo and Shanghai Seaport, near Hangzhou International Airport.

CommSpace Cable is a world-class manufacturer specializes in high performance and high quality coaxial cable, data cable, speaker cable, alarm cable, telephone cable, etc. We are ISO9001, ISO14001 and JIS certified enterprise. As China Other Cables Manufacturers and Wholesale Other Cables Suppliers, We have 12 high pressure gas injected physical foaming production lines, 330 high speed braiding machines and 12 thermoplastic jacket extrusion production lines. The annual production capacity exceeds 350,000 kms.

CommSpace Cable focuses on compliance and applying technical innovation and continuous improvement to the products that meet various international standards. As Other Cables Factory, our products have UL, ETL, JIS, CE, CPR, RoHS and REACH certification and have been exported to more than 90 countries and regions in the fields of Satellite TV (DISH TV/DTH), DTV, CCTV, CATV, MATV, IPTV, SMATV, LTE, broadband network and wireless network.

Why Choose Us

We are ISO9001, ISO14001 and JIS certified enterprise.

Laboratory with advanced testing equipment

Compliance and applying technical innovation

Professional technology R&D team

Rich experience in famous brand cooperation

Comprehensive communication cable solutions

Certificates & Honor

Our products have UL, ETL, JIS, CE, CPR, RoHS and REACH certification

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Industry Knowledge Expansion About This Category

1. The Importance of Speaker Cable for High-Quality Audio Transmission
When it comes to achieving optimal audio quality, the role of speaker cables should not be underestimated. Speaker cables play a crucial role in delivering the electrical signals from audio amplifiers or receivers to speakers, ensuring accurate sound reproduction. These cables are specifically designed to minimize signal loss and interference, thereby maintaining the integrity of the audio signal.
Speaker cables typically consist of two conductors, commonly made of copper or copper-clad aluminum. The choice of conductor material can impact the conductivity and overall performance of the cable. Copper, being an excellent conductor, is widely used for its low resistance and superior signal transmission capabilities. It is worth noting that thicker gauge cables are recommended for longer distances and high-power audio systems to minimize signal degradation.

2. Telephone Cable: The Backbone of Telecommunications Networks
In the realm of telecommunications, telephone cables, also known as twisted pair cables, serve as the backbone for transmitting voice and data signals. These cables are responsible for connecting homes, businesses, and institutions to the larger telecommunications network, facilitating voice communication and data transmission.
Telephone cables typically comprise multiple pairs of insulated copper wires twisted together. The twisting of the wires helps to reduce electromagnetic interference, ensuring clear and reliable communication. The number of wire pairs within a telephone cable can vary depending on the specific requirements of the network. While traditional Category 3 (Cat 3) cables are suitable for voice communication, higher categories like Cat 5e or Cat 6 are essential for high-speed internet connections and data-intensive applications.

3. Alarm Cable: Safeguarding Properties with Secure Connections
Alarm cables, often referred to as security cables, play a critical role in ensuring the effectiveness of security systems and alarms in residential and commercial buildings. These cables provide the necessary connections between various security devices, such as motion sensors, door/window contacts, and surveillance cameras, and the central control panel.
Alarm cables are designed to transmit signals reliably and securely, minimizing the risk of false alarms or system malfunctions. They typically consist of multiple stranded copper conductors that are insulated and color-coded for easy identification during installation. Additionally, alarm cables are shielded to protect against electromagnetic interference, ensuring uninterrupted signal transmission.