CCAT 6A INST-ORANGE 100 FRNC

CORDIAL 0,26 mm², 1 x 1,32 mm, pair screen cable colour orange
AWG: 23 | Diameter: 7.3 mm | FRNC | U/FTP (STP)
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CAT 6A installation The permanent installation of indoor cables means that flexibility is not the main issue here but that in case of fire cables must be as nonpolluting  as possible, i.e. they should comply with CPR safety requirements. To cope with a growing data amount, our CCAT 6a INST-FRNC
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Specifications
Product Family Bulk Cables
Product category Data Bulk Cables
Brand Cordial
Cable Jacket FRNC
Cable shielding U/FTP (STP)
Cable colour Orange
Cable diameter (mm) 7.3
Conductor type Copper
Number of conductors 8
AWG wire size 23
Description
CAT 6A installation

The permanent installation of indoor cables means that flexibility is not the main issue here but that in case of fire cables must be as nonpolluting  as possible, i.e. they should comply with CPR safety requirements. To cope with a growing data amount, our CCAT 6a INST-FRNC transmits within a bandwidth of 500 MHz according to Ethernet data category 6a standards. As this cable is equipped with pair shield foils (PiMF, U/FTP) and strong copper conductors (AWG 23) it allows remarkably low-loss data transmission over long distances and also supports the power supply over EtherNet (PoE). The CCAT 6A INST-FRNC network cable is flame-retardant and halogen-free and complies with the European CPR fire classification Dca. 

Highlights (Main Properties)

FRNC jacket, flame-retardant and halogen-free for permanent indoor installations

complies with the standards IEC 60332,  IEC 60754 and IEC 61034 and the European CPR fire classification Dca

data category Cat 6A

U/FTP (PiMF) individual pair shielding of the 4 conductor pairs 

AWG 23/1, strong solid conductors with low attenuation for long transmission distances

PoE (Power over EtherNet) according to IEEE 802.3at (25.5W)

Available lengths: 100m, 500m

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