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LoRad is one of the few audio grade replacement shielded mains cables in the world with full European safety approval Safety approved in compliance with HD 21.5 S3

The LoRad data sheet can be downloaded here as a PDF.

LoRad Screened Mains Flex
The one and only approved for flex applications.
Applications:
• Hi-Fi and studio systems
• Medical equipment
• Measurement and laboratory equipment
• For people sensitive to electric/magnetic radiation
• In any application where electric/magnetic interference is critical

Tests and Reviews
Tested and Reviewed by many audio magazines around the world !!

LoRad Screened Mains Flex, Patented
1.5 and 2.5 mm² conductor diameters, highly flexible, specification 05VA7V-H 3G2.5.

LoRad stands for Low Radiation of electric and magnetic alternating fields. Protects your equipment from radiated mains noise as well as from RF pick-up. The screen protects from the electric field and a short pitch twisting protects from and cancels the magnetic fields. This will typically result in a cleaner sound and more accurate transients, which in turn give you a tighter bass, better 3-D presence and stereo definition.
Closer to the truth.


Basic technical specifications:

LoRad 1.5 Mk11
3x 1.5mm sq. cores of tin-plated multi-stranded OFC cable
External Diameter: 8mm
Brown (Live), Blue (Neutral) and Green/Yellow (Earth) coloured insulation jackets.
Tin-plated Drain Wire
Mylar insualtion, between insulated conductors and drain wire
High quality 99.99% coverage carbon/nylon weave screen
Highly flexible Ice Blue colour outer insulation (easily passed CE-regulation 2x 30,000x "bends" test !!)
Approx. 10A rating (@ 230V)

LoRad 2.5 Mk11
3x 2.5mm sq. cores of tin-plated multi-stranded OFC cable
External Diameter: 11mm
Brown (Live), Blue (Neutral) and Green/Yellow (Earth) coloured insulation jackets.
Tin-plated Drain Wire
Mylar insualtion, between insulated conductors and drain wire
High quality 99.99% coverage carbon/nylon weave screen
Highly flexible Ice Blue colour outer insulation (easily passed CE-regulation 2x 30,000x "bends" test !!)
Approx. 16A rating (@ 230V)

LoRad 2.5 Mk11 SPC
3x 2.5mm sq. cores of silver-plated multi-stranded OFC cable
External Diameter: 11mm
Brown (Live), Blue (Neutral) and Green/Yellow (Earth) coloured insulation jackets.
Tin-plated Drain Wire
Mylar insualtion, between insulated conductors and drain wire
High quality 99.99% coverage carbon/nylon weave screen
Highly flexible Anthracite Grey colour outer insulation (easily passed CE-regulation 2x 30,000x "bends" test !!)
Approx. 16A rating (@ 230V)


Tips and Tricks:
A simple way to check the cable radiation is to use an AC field sensor.
Hold the AC sensor against a cable and if it lights up it means the cable is radiating noise fields. Of course, the cable must be connected to the wall socket that is switched on. Check LoRad in the same way and you will find that it does not indicate any noise radiation.

BEFORE, using normal unshielded mains cable AFTER, using LoRad shielded mains cable

Do you see the difference? - the unshielded cable makes the detector glow RED, while the LoRad shielded cable radiates no interference at all.........!


Carry out your own test!
Hold an AC-sensor against a cable and if it lights up, the cable is radiating noise fields. Of course, the cable must be connected to the wall socket that is switched on.

SupraLoRad Sensor Pen

Check LoRad in the same way and you will find that it does not indicate any noise radiation. The Supra AC sensor is normally available at any Supra dealer.

SupraLoRad Sensor Pen

Supra AC Sensor Pen
The pen lights up in proximity to an electric alternating field.

Available for 230V (EU) and 110V (US). AC sensors are available at Supra dealers or electrical stores.