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  1. 1. ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LOUVRE MUSEUM PROJECT (UAE) SHEIKH ZAYED TUNNEL (SIRTI TUNNEL) MAJOR PROJECT BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CABLES
  2. 2. 3 RAMCRO with his presence in Europe, Middle East, India and Latin America is a cable manufacture know in the world, now operates across more market sectors and countries than ever before, delivering innovative value added services, an extensive range of cable pro- ducts and cost effective supply chain solutions. Buildings & Industrial, Utilities, Railways and Telecommunications are their active market sectors with an extensive array of products specifically designed and produced to satisfy the deman- ding needs of their Global marketplace. RAMCRO facility and cable products are of the highest quality, with Italian design end manifac- ture, that indicate to the market that RAMCRO is your best solution for delivery and affidability. Visit RAMCRO at www.ramcro.it or contact our office. This brochure represents only a small selection of the products RAMCRO can supply. INDEX - AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION cable pag. 4 - data lan cable pag. 10 - COAXIAL CABLE pag. 25 - FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS cable pag. 30 - FIRE RESISTANT CABLE pag. 32 - CABLE FINDER pag. 40 - PART N° INDEX pag. 44 - PROJECT LIST pag. 52
  3. 3. 4 AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION cable APPLICATION All PVC and HFFR sheathed multi-conductor cables are suitable for Building Management Systems (BMS), Sound, Audio, Security, Safety, Control and Instrumentation. Where is needed to provide the solutions for the exchange and storage of information to keep businesses efficient, on top and performing, these include heating, ventilation, air conditioning as well as lighting, security systems and the operation of electric/electronic appliances. These type of cable are suitable for a lot of installations: - Industrial Use - CCTV intrusion and access - CATV Systems - Audio and Video Systems - Residential BASIC CABLE DESIGN Conductor Flexible, twisted bare or tinned copper strands, ranging from 12 to 22AWG. Insulation Polypropylene (PP) for PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) sheathed cables and Halogen-Free (HFFR) for HFFR sheathed cables. Both insulations are in accordance with BS EN 50290-2. Good strippabi- lity and coloured insulation. The colours are readily identificable and are not interchangeable. Colour scheme of wires with 12 or 14AWG conductors black-white-red-green-brown-blue-orange-yellow-purple-grey-pink-tan. Colour scheme of wires with ≥ 16AWG conductors black-red-white-green-brown-blue-orange-yellow-purple-grey-pink-tan. Cable core two or more wires, twisted. Good twisting (lay-length < 30 – 40D) is necessary to ensure flexi- bility and avoid breaking conductors. Drain wire (only in combination with a screen): stranded tinned copper wires. In order to avoid corrosion, it is recommended that drain wires are tinned. Screen (if applicable) Helically applied (= as a spiral) Aluminium/Polyester (Alpet) foil. For the flexibility of a cable a helically applied foil is preferred as longitudinally applied foil is more difficult to bend. Sheath grey PVC or purple HFFR or black UV-resistant HFFR, all in accordance with BS EN 50290-2. BMScable R A M C R O B M S
  4. 4. 5 www.ramcro.it AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION cable AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION APPLICATIONS MULTI-CONDUCTOR, PP INSULATION, NO SCREEN,PVC SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Stranded Bare Copper INSULATION Polypropylene (PP) COLLECTIVE SCREEN N.A. SHEATH MATERIAL PVC (Grey) STANDARD REFERENCES BS 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 RoHS Directives CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0207HBAXH-RB R1227 2 22 3.3 14.6 SSS0307HBAXX-RB R1278 3 22 3.5 19.7 SSS0407HBAXX-RB R1231 4 22 3.8 23.9 SSS0607HBAXX-RB R1265 6 22 4.5 33.6 SSS0807HBAXX-RB R1233 8 22 4.9 43 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0206HBAXH-RB R1020 2 20 3.4 19.7 SSS0306HBAXX-RB R1022 3 20 3.6 26.2 SSS0406HBAXX-RB R1024 4 20 4.0 33.1 SSS0606HBAXX-RB R1261 6 20 4.9 47.9 SSS0806HBAXX-RB R1263 8 20 5.3 60.6 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0205HBAXH-RB R1014 2 18 3.9 27.3 SSS0305HBAXX-RB R1016 3 18 4.1 36.9 SSS0405HBAXX-RB R1018 4 18 4.55 47.2 SSS0605HBAXX-RB R1212 6 18 5.7 68.2 SSS0805HBAXX-RB R1259 8 18 5.9 87 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0203HBAXH-RB R1008 2 16 4.5 35 SSS0303HBAXX-RB R1010 3 16 4.75 47.7 SSS0403HBAXX-RB R1012 4 16 5.25 61.1 SSS0603HBAXX-RB R1253 6 16 6.7 89 SSS0803HBAXX-RB R1255 8 16 7.5 118.1 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0803HBAXX-RB R1002 2 14 5.75 53.3 SSS0301HBAXX-RB R1004 3 14 6.35 72.5 SSS0401HBAXX-RB R1006 4 14 6.75 97.1 SSS0601HBAXX-RB R1249 6 14 8.4 148.2 SSS0801HBAXX-RB R1251 8 14 9.7 194.5 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0252HBAXH-RB R1323 2 12 6.7 79.8 SSS0352HBAXX-RB R1325 3 12 7.2 112.1 SSS0452HBAXX-RB R1327 4 12 8.0 145.3 SSS0652HBAXX-RB R1331 6 12 9.6 209.7 SSS0852HBAXX-RB R1333 8 12 10.5 273.7 COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/RED 4 PAIR: BLACK/BLUE 2 PAIR: BLACK/WHITE 5 PAIR: BLACK/YELLOW 3 PAIR: BLACK/GREEN 6 PAIR: BLACK/BROWN CHARACTERISTICS PVC sheathed multi-conductor cables are suitable for Building Management Systems (BMS), Sound, Audio, Security, Safety, Control and Instrumentation. BMScable R A M C R O B M S
  5. 5. 6 www.ramcro.it CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0207HBAXH-RB R1226 2 22 3.3 16.5 SAS0307HBAXX-RB R1228 3 22 3.5 21.4 SAS0407HBAXX-RB R1230 4 22 3.8 26.0 SAS0607HBAXX-RB R1264 6 22 4.5 35.7 SAS0807HBAXX-RB R1232 8 22 4.9 45.1 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0206HBAXH-RB R1019 2 20 3.5 22.0 SAS0306HBAXX-RB R1021 3 20 3.7 28.5 SAS0406HBAXX-RB R1023 4 20 4.1 35.4 SAS0606HBAXX-RB R1260 6 20 5.0 49.9 SAS0806HBAXX-RB R1262 8 20 5.4 62.9 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0205HBAXH-RB R1013 2 18 4.0 29.6 SAS0305HBAXX-RB R1015 3 18 4.2 39.2 SAS0405HBAXX-RB R1017 4 18 4.6 49.4 SAS0605HBAXX-RB R1211 6 18 5.75 70.9 SAS0805HBAXX-RB R1258 8 18 6.0 89.5 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0203HBAXH-RB R1007 2 16 4.6 37.3 SAS0303HBAXX-RB R1009 3 16 4.9 50.0 SAS0403HBAXX-RB R1011 4 16 5.3 63.5 SAS0603HBAXX-RB R1252 6 16 6.8 91.6 SAS0803HBAXX-RB R1254 8 16 7.6 120.8 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0803HBAXX-RB R1001 2 14 6.0 57.0 SAS0301HBAXX-RB R1003 3 14 6.5 77.9 SAS0401HBAXX-RB R1005 4 14 6.9 102.5 SAS0601HBAXX-RB R1248 6 14 8.6 151.0 SAS0801HBAXX-RB R1250 8 14 9.8 197.3 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0252HBAXH-RB R1322 2 12 6.9 85.7 SAS0352HBAXX-RB R1324 3 12 7.4 118.1 SAS0452HBAXX-RB R1326 4 12 8.2 151.1 SAS0652HBAXX-RB R1330 6 12 9.8 215.5 SAS0852HBAXX-RB R1332 8 12 10.7 279.5 AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION cable AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION APPLICATIONS MULTI-CONDUCTOR, PP INSULATION, COLLECTIVE SCREEN, PVC SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Stranded Bare Copper INSULATION Polypropylene (PP) COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP Tape+TC Drain Wire SHEATH MATERIAL PVC (Grey) STANDARD REFERENCES BS 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 RoHS Directives COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/RED 4 PAIR: BLACK/BLUE 2 PAIR: BLACK/WHITE 5 PAIR: BLACK/YELLOW 3 PAIR: BLACK/GREEN 6 PAIR: BLACK/BROWN CHARACTERISTICS PVC sheathed multi-conductor cables are suitable for Building Management Systems (BMS), Sound, Audio, Security, Safety, Control and Instrumentation. BMScable R A M C R O B M S
  6. 6. 7 www.ramcro.it CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0207HXEDH-RB R1742 2 22 3.9 20.5 SSS0307HXEDX-RB R1744 3 22 4.1 26 SSS0407HXEDX-RB R1746 4 22 4.4 31.7 SSS0607HXEDX-RB R1748 6 22 5.2 43.9 SSS0807HXEDX-RB R1750 8 22 5.6 54.4 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0206HXEDH-RB R1732 2 20 4.6 30.1 SSS0306HXEDX-RB R1734 3 20 4.8 37.7 SSS0406HXEDX-RB R1736 4 20 5.2 46.2 SSS0606HXEDX-RB R1738 6 20 6.1 63.7 SSS0806HXEDX-RB R1740 8 20 6.6 79.4 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0205HXEDH-RB R1722 2 18 5 38.5 SSS0305HXEDX-RB R1724 3 18 5.3 49.8 SSS0405HXEDX-RB R1726 4 18 5.7 61.6 SSS0605HXEDX-RB R1728 6 18 6.7 86.1 SSS0805HXEDX-RB R1730 8 18 7.2 108.2 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0203HXEDH-RB R1712 2 16 5.4 46.8 SSS0303HXEDX-RB R1714 3 16 5.7 61.3 SSS0403HXEDX-RB R1716 4 16 6.2 78.2 SSS0603HXEDX-RB R1718 6 16 7.3 107 SSS0803HXEDX-RB R1720 8 16 7.9 135.9 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0803HXEDX-RB R1702 2 14 6.4 65.2 SSS0301HXEDX-RB R1704 3 14 6.8 89.1 SSS0401HXEDX-RB R1706 4 14 7.4 112.9 SSS0601HXEDX-RB R1708 6 14 8.8 162.8 SSS0801HXEDX-RB R1710 8 14 9.5 208.3 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SSS0252HXEDH-RB R1335 2 12 7.5 97 SSS0352HXEDX-RB R1337 3 12 7.9 129.7 SSS0452HXEDX-RB R1339 4 12 8.7 165.7 SSS0652HXEDX-RB R1343 6 12 10.4 237.1 SSS0852HXEDX-RB R1345 8 12 11.4 306.2 AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION cable AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION APPLICATIONS MULTI-CONDUCTOR, PO INSULATION, NO SCREEN, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Stranded Bare Copper INSULATION Polyolefine COLLECTIVE SCREEN N.A. SHEATH MATERIAL HFFR (Violet) STANDARD REFERENCES BS 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 RoHS Directives COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/RED 4 PAIR: BLACK/BLUE 2 PAIR: BLACK/WHITE 5 PAIR: BLACK/YELLOW 3 PAIR: BLACK/GREEN 6 PAIR: BLACK/BROWN CHARACTERISTICS HFFR sheathed multi-conductor cables are suitable for Building Management Systems (BMS), Sound, Audio, Security, Safety, Control and Instrumentation. BMScable R A M C R O B M S
  7. 7. 8 www.ramcro.it CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0207HXEDH-RB R1741 2 22 3.9 22.4 SAS0307HXEDX-RB R1743 3 22 4.1 27.6 SAS0407HXEDX-RB R1745 4 22 4.4 33.7 SAS0607HXEDX-RB R1747 6 22 5.2 45.8 SAS0807HXEDX-RB R1749 8 22 5.6 56.4 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0206HXEDH-RB R1731 2 20 4.7 32.6 SAS0306HXEDX-RB R1733 3 20 4.9 40.2 SAS0406HXEDX-RB R1735 4 20 5.3 48.7 SAS0606HXEDX-RB R1737 6 20 6.2 66.2 SAS0806HXEDX-RB R1739 8 20 6.7 81.9 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0205HXEDH-RB R1721 2 18 5.1 41 SAS0305HXEDX-RB R1723 3 18 5.4 52.3 SAS0405HXEDX-RB R1725 4 18 5.8 64.1 SAS0605HXEDX-RB R1727 6 18 6.8 88.6 SAS0805HXEDX-RB R1729 8 18 7.3 110.8 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0203HXEDH-RB R1711 2 16 5.4 49.3 SAS0303HXEDX-RB R1713 3 16 5.7 63.8 SAS0403HXEDX-RB R1715 4 16 6.2 79.3 SAS0603HXEDX-RB R1717 6 16 7.3 108.2 SAS0803HXEDX-RB R1719 8 16 7.9 137 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0803HXEDX-RB R1701 2 14 6.5 67.7 SAS0301HXEDX-RB R1703 3 14 6.9 92.8 SAS0401HXEDX-RB R1705 4 14 7.5 115.4 SAS0601HXEDX-RB R1707 6 14 8.9 163.7 SAS0801HXEDX-RB R1709 8 14 9.6 210.8 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0252HXEDH-RB R1334 2 12 7.7 102.2 SAS0352HXEDX-RB R1336 3 12 8.1 135 SAS0452HXEDX-RB R1338 4 12 8.9 170.9 SAS0652HXEDX-RB R1342 6 12 10.6 243.3 SAS0852HXEDX-RB R1344 8 12 11.6 314.6 AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION cable AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION APPLICATIONS MULTI-CONDUCTOR, PO INSULATION, COLLECTIVE SCREEN, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Stranded Bare Copper INSULATION Polyolefine COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP Tape+TC Drain Wire SHEATH MATERIAL HFFR (Violet) STANDARD REFERENCES BS 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 RoHS Directives COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/RED 4 PAIR: BLACK/BLUE 2 PAIR: BLACK/WHITE 5 PAIR: BLACK/YELLOW 3 PAIR: BLACK/GREEN 6 PAIR: BLACK/BROWN CHARACTERISTICS HFFR sheathed multi-conductor cables are suitable for Building Management Systems (BMS), Sound, Audio, Security, Safety, Control and Instrumentation. BMScable R A M C R O B M S
  8. 8. 9 www.ramcro.it CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0205HBOXH-RB R1351 2 18 5.1 41 SAS0305HBOXH-RB R1352 3 18 5.4 52.3 SAS0405HBOXH-RB R1353 4 18 5.8 64.1 SAS0605HBOXH-RB R1354 6 18 6.8 88.6 SAS0805HBOXH-RB R1355 8 18 7.3 110.8 SAS1005HBOXH-RB R1356 10 18 8.4 135.7 SAS2005HBOXH-RB R1357 20 18 10.7 249.6 CABLE CODE Part N° N° OF WIRES AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (kg/km) SAS0203HBOXH-RB R1391 2 18 5.5 49.3 SAS0303HBOXH-RB R1392 3 18 5.8 63.8 SAS0403HBOXH-RB R1393 4 18 6.3 79.3 SAS0603HBOXH-RB R1394 6 18 7.4 108.2 SAS0803HBOXH-RB R1395 8 18 8 137 SAS1003HBOXH-RB R1396 10 18 9.5 173.1 SAS2003HBOXH-RB R1397 20 18 12.1 316.6 AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION cable AUDIO, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION APPLICATIONS MULTI-CONDUCTOR, PO INSULATION, COLLECTIVE SCREEN, HFFR UV RES. SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Stranded Bare Copper INSULATION Polyolefine COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP Tape+TC Drain Wire SHEATH MATERIAL HFFR UV Resistant (Black) STANDARD REFERENCES BS 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 RoHS Directives COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/RED 4 PAIR: BLACK/BLUE 2 PAIR: BLACK/WHITE 5 PAIR: BLACK/YELLOW 3 PAIR: BLACK/GREEN 6 PAIR: BLACK/BROWN CHARACTERISTICS HFFR UV Resistant sheathed multi-conductor cables are suitable for Building Management Systems (BMS), Sound, Audio, Security, Safety, Control and Instrumentation. BMScable R A M C R O B M S
  9. 9. 10 data lan cable RS-232 Hand shake interface used for low data rates. Computer to printer or to modem or to other device. Max. speed 19.2 kbit/sec. Max. distance acc. to standard 15 m. Cables used are 6 to 25 conductors. Long distance transmission requires low capacitance (standard calls for 2500 pF link), No impedance specified. RS-422 Balanced digital circuit. Medium speed data exchange. Long line modems and Daisy chain confi gu- ration. Maximum transmission speed 10 Mbit/second (normal use under 1Mbit/sec). Max. transmission distance is 1200 metres. Ten nodes per bus. Cables used have mainly 24AWG conductors, two twisted pairs or multi-pair and Impedance of 100 Ohm. RS-485 Balanced digital circuit. Medium speed fieldbus interfaces. Maximum transmission speed 35 Mbit/se- cond (normal use 1 or 0.5 Mbit/sec). Max. transmission distance is 1200 metres, 32 nodes per bus. Cables used have mainly 24AWG conductors, one twisted pair or multi-pair and impedance of 120 Ohm. KNX Is a standardised (EN 50090, ISO/IEC 14543), OSI- based network communications protocol for intelligent buildings. KNX is the successor to, and convergence of, three previous standards: the European Home Systems Protocol (EHS), BatiBUS, and the European Installation Bus (EIB or Instabus). Category LAN Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbe- red categories (“cat”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarifi- cation or testing standards LonWorks is a networking platform specifically created to address the needs of control applications. The plat- form is built on a protocol created by Echelon Corpora- tion for networking devices over media such as twisted pair, power lines, fibre optics, and RF. It is used for the automation of various functions within buildings such as lighting and HVAC. Modbus is a serial communications protocol published by Modicon in 1979 for use with its programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Simple and robust, it has since become one of the de facto standard communications protocols in the indu- stry. M-Bus (Meter-Bus) is a European standard (EN 13757- 2 physical and link layer, EN 13757-3 application layer) for the remote reading of gas or electricity meters. M-Bus is also usable for other types of consumption meters. Controller–area network (CAN or CAN-bus) is a vehi- cle bus standard designed specifically for automotive applications but now also used in other areas such as industrial automation and medical equipment. CAN bus utilize TIA/EIA-485 cables. BACnet is a communications protocol for building automation and control networks. It is was designed to allow communication of building automation and control systems for applications such as heating, venti- lation, air-conditioning, lighting, access, and fire detection systems and their associated equipment. BACnet over IP can utilize Cat 6. APPLICATIONS datacable R A M C R O B M S BASIC CABLE DESIGN Conductor Flexible, twisted bare or tinned copper strands, ranging from 12 to 22AWG. Insulation Polypropylene (PP), PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride), Polyethylene (PE) and Foam Polyethylene (FPE) Screen (if applicable) Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain Wire or TCWB Sheath grey PVC or purple HFFR or black all in accordance with BS EN 50290-2.
  10. 10. 11 www.ramcro.it data lan cable FOR TIA/EIA-485 = RS-485 APPLICATIONS MULTI-PAIR, PE INSULATION, PVC OR HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Flexible Tinned Copper INSULATION Polyethylene (PE) PAIR Two twisted wires impedance 120 Ω COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain wire BRAIDING Tinned Copper Wire Braid SHEATH MATERIAL PVC (Grey) or HFFR (Purple) STANDARD REFERENCES TIA/EIA 485 BS EN 50902-2 IEC 60332-1 (PVC Sheath) IEC 60332-3C or IEC 61034 (HFFR) IEC 60754-1&2 (HFFR) RoHS Directives CABLES WITH 24 AWG CONDUCTORS - PE INSULATION - PVC SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° NO. OF PAIRS COVERAGE BRAIDING (%) OVERALL DIAMETER (mm) MUTUAL CAPACITANCE (pF/m) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAR0108HBADX-T-RB R1189 1 90 5.9 41 49 MAR0208HBADX-T-RB R1190 2 90 8.5 41 80.5 MAR0308HBADX-T-RB R1191 3 90 9.0 41 92.6 MAR0408HBADX-T-RB R1192 4 90 9.9 41 114.4 CABLES WITH 24 AWG CONDUCTORS - PE INSULATION - HFFR SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° NO. OF PAIRS COVERAGE BRAIDING (%) OVERALL DIAMETER (mm) MUTUAL CAPACITANCE (pF/m) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAR0108HXEDX-T-RB R1318 1 90 5.9 41 49 MAR0208HXEDX-T-RB R1319 2 90 8.5 42 80.5 MAR0308HXEDX-T-RB R1320 3 90 9 42 92.6 MAR0408HXEDX-T-RB R1321 4 90 9.9 42 114.4 CABLES WITH 22 AWG CONDUCTORS - FOAM PE INSULATION - PVC SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° NO. OF PAIRS COVERAGE BRAIDING (%) OVERALL DIAMETER (mm) MUTUAL CAPACITANCE (pF/m) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAR0107HBADX-T-RB R1080 1 65 6.1 36 63.7 MAR0207HBADX-T-RB R1295 2 65 9.1 37 75.6 MAR0307HBADX-T-RB R1296 3 65 10.5 38 97 MAR0407HBADX-T-RB R1297 4 65 11.4 38 119.1 COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: WHITE/BLUE STRIPE - BLUE/WHITE STRIPE 2 PAIR: WHITE/ORANGE STRIPE - ORANGE/WHITE STRIPE 3 PAIR: WHITE/GREEN STRIPE - GREEN/WHITE STRIPE 4 PAIR: WHITE/BROWN STRIPE - BROWN/WHITE STRIPE CHARACTERISTICS Balanced digital circuit. Medium speed fieldbus interfaces. Maximum transmission speed 35 Mbit/second (normal use 1 or 0.5 Mbit/sec). Max. transmission distance is 1200 metres, 32 nodes per bus. Cables used have mainly 24AWG conductors, one twisted pair or multi-pair and impedance of 120 Ohm. datacable R A M C R O B M S
  11. 11. 12 www.ramcro.it data lan cable FOR ANSI/TIA/EIA-422 = RS-422 APPLICATIONS MULTI-PAIR, FPE INSULATION, PVC SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Flexible Tinned Copper INSULATION Foam Polyethylene (FPE) PAIR Two twisted wires INDIVIDUAL SCREEN Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain wire SHEATH MATERIAL PVC (Grey) STANDARD REFERENCES ANSI/TIA/EIA-422-B BS EN 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 RoHS Directives COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/RED 4 PAIR: BLACK/BLUE 2 PAIR: BLACK/WHITE 5 PAIR: BLACK/YELLOW 3 PAIR: BLACK/GREEN 6 PAIR: BLACK/BROWN CABLES WITH 24 AWG CONDUCTORS - FPE INSULATION - PVC SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° NO. OF PAIRS NOMINAL OVERALL DIAMETER (mm) MAX. DC CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE (Ω/Km) CAPACITANCE (pF/M) NOMINAL IMPEDANCE (Ohm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAP0208HBADX-T-RB R1382 2 6.7 88 41 100 41.8 MAP0308HBADX-T-RB R1383 3 8.4 88 41 100 59.4 MAP0408HBADX-T-RB R1384 4 9.2 88 41 100 75.5 MAP0608HBADX-T-RB R1386 6 10.6 88 41 100 104.8 CHARACTERISTICS Balanced digital circuit. Medium speed data exchange. Long line modems and Daisy chain confi guration. Maximum transmission speed 10 Mbit/second (normal use under 1Mbit/sec). Max. transmission distance is 1200 metres. Ten nodes per bus. Cables used have mainly 24AWG conductors, two twisted pairs or multi-pair and Impedance of 100 Ohm. datacable R A M C R O B M S
  12. 12. 13 www.ramcro.it data lan cable FOR TIA/EIA-232 = RS-232 APPLICATIONS MULTI-PAIR, PVC INSULATION, PVC SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Flexible Tinned Copper 24 AWG (7x32) INSULATION Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) PAIR Two twisted wires COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain wire SHEATH MATERIAL PVC Grey STANDARD REFERENCES ANSI/TIA/EIA-232-F BS EN 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 RoHS directives CABLES WITH 24 AWG CONDUCTORS - PVC INSULATION - PVC SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° NO. OF PAIRS OVERALL DIAMETER (mm) MAX. DC CONDUCTOR RES. (Ohm/Km) MUTUAL CAPACITANCE (pF/m) NOMINAL IMPEDANCE (Ohm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAS0108HBAAH-T-RB R1181 1 4.0 88 76 75 18 MAS0208HBAAH-T-RB R1182 2 5.6 88 76 75 28 MAS0308HBAAH-T-RB R1183 3 5.9 88 76 75 39 MAS0408HBAAH-T-RB R1184 4 6.7 88 76 75 48 MAS0508HBAAH-T-RB R1185 5 7.3 88 76 75 57 MAS0608HBAAH-T-RB R1186 6 7.4 88 76 75 65 MAS0708HBAAH-T-RB R1187 7 7.5 88 76 75 73 MAS0808HBAAH-T-RB R1188 8 8.3 88 76 75 85 COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR :BLACK/RED 5 PAIR:BLACK/YELLOW 2 PAIR:BLACK/WHITE 6 PAIR:BLACK/BROWN 3 PAIR:BLACK/GREEN 7 PAIR:BLACK/ORANGE 4 PAIR:BLACK/BLUE 8 PAIR:RED/WHITE CHARACTERISTICS Hand shake interface used for low data rates. Computer to printer or modem ot to other devi- ce. Cables used are 6 to 25 conductors. Long distance transmission requires low capacitance (standard calls for 2500 pF link). datacable R A M C R O B M S
  13. 13. 14 www.ramcro.it data lan cable KNX (was EIB) or GENERAL BUS APPLICATIONS SINGLE PAIR or QUAD, PE INSULATION, PVC or HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Solid Bare Copper 0.8 mm (0.50 mm2 ) INSULATION Polyethylene (PE) CABLE CORE Quad or Pair COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain wire SHEATH MATERIAL PVC or HFFR Green STANDARD REFERENCES EN 50090 BS EN 500290-2 IEC 60332-1 (PVC SHEATH) IEC 60332-3C IEC 61034 (HFFR SHEATH) IEC 60754-1-2 HFFR CABLE RoHS Directives CABLES WITH 0.8 mm CONDUCTORS - PE INSULATION - PVC OR HFFR SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° NO. OF PAIRS SHEATH MATERIAL INSULATION DIAM. (mm) OVERALL DIAM. (mm) MAX. DC CONDUCTOR RES. (Ohm/Km) MUTUAL CAPACITANCE (pF/m) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAS0208HIADH-RB R1217 1 x 4 PVC 1.45 6.1 37 ≤ 100 51 MAS0208HIEDH-RB R1218 1 x 4 HFFR 1.45 6.1 37 ≤ 100 53 MAS0108HIADH-RB R1219 1 x 2 PVC 1.45 5.5 37 ≤ 100 37 MAS0108HIEDH-RB R1220 1 x 2 HFFR 1.45 5.5 37 ≤ 100 39 MAS0208HIADH-RB R1217 1 x 4 PVC 1.45 6.1 37 ≤ 100 51 MAS0208HIEDH-RB R1218 1 x 4 HFFR 1.45 6.1 37 ≤ 100 53 MAS0108HIADH-RB R1219 1 x 2 PVC 1.45 5.5 37 ≤ 100 37 MAS0108HIEDH-RB R1220 1 x 2 HFFR 1.45 5.5 37 ≤ 100 39 COLOUR SCHEME 1 QUAD BLACK/WHITE/RED/GREEN 1 PAIR BLACK/WHITE CHARACTERISTICS KNX is a standardised (EN 50090, ISO/IEC 14543), OSI based network communications protocol for intelligent buildings. KNX is the successor to, and convergence of, three previous standard: the European Home Systems Protocol (EHS), BatiBUS, and European Installation Bus (EIB or InstaBUS) datacable R A M C R O B M S
  14. 14. 15 www.ramcro.it data lan cable MODBUS APPLICATIONS MULTI-PAIR, PVC INSULATION, PVC SHEATH OR HFFR INSULATION, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Flexible Tinned Copper 22 AWG INSULATION Polyethylene (PE) or Haloge Free (HFFR) PAIR Two pairs stranded INDIVIDUAL SCREEN Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain wire SHEATH MATERIAL PVC - Grey or HFFR - Purple STANDARD REFERENCES EN 50090 BS EN 500290-2 IEC 60332-1 (PVC SHEATH) IEC 60332-3C IEC 61034 (HFFR SHEATH) IEC 60754-1-2 HFFR CABLE RoHS Directives COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/RED 4 PAIR: BLACK/BLUE 2 PAIR: BLACK/WHITE 5 PAIR: BLACK/YELLOW 3 PAIR: BLACK/GREEN 6 PAIR: BLACK/BROWN CHARACTERISTICS Modbus is a serial communications protocol published by Modicon in 1979 for use with its programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Simple and robust, its has since become one of the factor standard communications protocols in the industry. CABLES WITH 0.64 mm CONDUCTORS - PE or FPE INSULATION - HFFR SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° NO. OF PAIRS INSULATION MATERIAL SHEATH MATERIAL OVERALL DIAM. (mm) MAX. DC CONDUCTOR RES. (Ohm/Km) MUTUAL CAPACITANCE (pF/m) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAP0207HBADX-T-RB R1196 2 PE PVC 6.0 57.4 90 49.9 MAP0207HBEDX-T-RB R1281 2 HFFR HFFR 6.5 57.4 90 50.8 MAP0307HBADX-T-RB R1197 3 PE PVC 6.5 57.4 98 52.7 MAP0307HBEDX-T-RB R1282 3 HFFR HFFR 7.5 57.4 92 67.4 MAP0607HBADX-T-RB R1214 6 PE PVC 8.9 57.4 99 104.2 MAP0607HBEDX-T-RB R1314 6 HFFR HFFR 9.5 57.4 92 115.6 datacable R A M C R O B M S
  15. 15. 16 www.ramcro.it data lan cable M-BUS APPLICATIONS ONE-PAIR, PVC INSULATION, PVC SHEATH OR HFFR INSULATION, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Flexible Tinned Copper INSULATION Polyethylene (PE) or Haloge Free (HFFR) PAIR Two pairs stranded INDIVIDUAL SCREEN Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain wire SHEATH MATERIAL PVC - Grey or HFFR - Purple STANDARD REFERENCES EN 50090 BS EN 500290-2 IEC 60332-1 (PVC SHEATH) IEC 60332-3C IEC 61034 (HFFR SHEATH) IEC 60754-1-2 HFFR CABLE RoHS Directives COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/CLEAR CHARACTERISTICS M-BUS (Meter-Bus) is a european standard (EN 13757-2) physical and lnk layer, EN 13757-3 application layer) for the remote reading of gas or electricity meters. M-Bus is also suitable for other types of consumption meters. PE INSULATION, PVC SHEATH (SCREENED) CABLE CODE PART N° AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAS0107HBADN-T-RB R1199 22 4.4 25 MAS0106HBADN-T-RB R1195 20 5.0 36.4 MAS0105HBADN-T-RB R1193 18 5.6 43.2 MAS0103HBADN-T-RB R1213 16 7.9 75.7 MAS0101HBADN-T-RB R1224 14 9.0 104.9 MAS0152HBADN-T-RB R1313 12 10.2 124.7 DC RESISTANCE FROM 22 to 12 AWG CONDUCTORS CONDUCTOR SIZE 22 AWG 20 AWG 18 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG N° OF STRANDS (AWG) 7 x 30 7 x 28 7 x 26 19 x 29 19 x 27 19 x 25 N° OF STRANDS (mm) 7 x 0.25 7 x 0.325 7 x 0.40 19 x 0.29 19 x 0.38 19 x 0.48 MAX. DC CONDUCTOR RES. (Ohm/Km) 57.4 35.75 22.7 15.47 9.36 5.61 HFFR INSULATION, HFFR SHEATH (SCREENED) CABLE CODE PART N° AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MAS0107HXEDN-T-RB R1310 22 4.5 27.1 MAS0106HXEDN-T-RB R1308 20 5.3 37.2 MAS0105HXEDN-T-RB R1272 18 6.0 48.4 MAS0103HXEDN-T-RB R1270 16 7.8 74.3 MAS0101HXEDN-T-RB R1305 14 8.8 97.9 MAS0152HXEDN-T-RB R1303 12 9.9 132.6 PE INSULATION, PVC SHEATH (NO SCREEN) CABLE CODE PART N° AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MSE0107HBADN-T-RB R1301 22 4.0 19.5 MSE0106HBADN-T-RB R1300 20 4.3 23 MSE0105HBADN-T-RB R1203 18 5.1 38.6 MSE0103HBADN-T-RB R1198 16 6.9 63.3 MSE0101HBADN-T-RB R1222 14 8.6 91.8 MSE0152HBADN-T-RB R1302 12 9.8 115 HFFR INSULATION, HFFR SHEATH (NO SCREEN) CABLE CODE PART N° AWG OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) MSE0107HXEDN-T-RB R1311 22 4.4 24.7 MSE0106HXEDN-T-RB R1309 20 5.2 34.7 MSE0105HXEDN-T-RB R1271 18 5.9 45.9 MSE0103HXEDN-T-RB R1307 16 7.7 71.8 MSE0101HXEDN-T-RB R1306 14 8.7 95.3 MSE0152HXEDN-T-RB R1304 12 9.8 128.2 datacable R A M C R O B M S
  16. 16. 17 www.ramcro.it data lan cable LonWorks BUS APPLICATION MULTI-PAIR, PP INSULATION, COLLECTIVE SCREEN, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Flexible Bare Copper 18 AWG INSULATION Polyethylene (PE) or FOAM PE (FPE) PAIR Two twisted wires INDIVIDUAL SCREEN Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain wire COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain wire SHEATH MATERIAL HFFR - Purple STANDARD REFERENCES BS EN 500290-2 IEC 60332-3-24 IEC 61034 IEC 60754-1-2 RoHS Directives COLOUR SCHEME 1 PAIR: BLACK/RED 4 PAIR: BLACK/BLUE 2 PAIR: BLACK/WHITE 5 PAIR: BLACK/YELLOW 3 PAIR: BLACK/GREEN 6 PAIR: BLACK/BROWN CHARACTERISTICS is a networking platform specifically created to address the needs of control applications. The platform is built on a protocol created by Echelon Corporation for networking devices over media such as twisted pair, power lines, fibre optics, and RF. It is used for the automation of various functions within buildings such as lighting and HVAC. PE OR FPE INSULATION - HFFR SHEATH - SCREENED Cable Code Part N° No. of pairs Insulation Material Individually Screened Pairs Nom. Overall diameter (mm) Max. DC Conductor Resistance (Ω/km) Capacitance (pF/m) Weight (kg/km) MSE0107HXEDX-RB R1346 1 PE No 3.5 61 46 17.1 MSE0207HXEDX-RB R1347 2 PE No 5.2 61 46 27.1 MAS0107HXEDX-RB R1348 1 FOAM PE Yes 4.6 61 46 24.2 MAC0207HXEDX-RB R1349 2 FOAM PE Yes 7.6 61 46 56.1 datacable R A M C R O B M S
  17. 17. 18 www.ramcro.it CHARACTERISTICS Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbered categories (“cat”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarification or testing standards . BASIC CABLE CONSTRUCTION OF THE STANDARD PATCH CABLE CATEGORY MAX. DATA RATE USUAL APPLICATIONS STANDARD(S) TIA / EIA ISO / EC EN Cat 1 1 Mbps Analogue voice De facto, no standard issued Cat 2 4 Mbps Token ring of IBM Cat 3 16 Mbps Voice, 10 MbE (Ethernet) TIA/EIA 568-B Cat 4 20 Mbps 16 Mbps Token Ring Was only a standard briefy Cat 5 100 MHz 10/100/1000 MbE 155 Mbps ATM, 4/16 Mbps Token Ring Replaced by 5e Cat 5e 100 MHz TIA/EIA 568-C.2 ISO/IEC 11806, 2nd edition IEC 61156 EN 50173-1 EN 50288 Cat 6 250 MHz as Cat 5e plus 10Gb Ethernet over ≤ 55 m. Cat 6a 500 MHz as Cat 5e plus 10Gb Ethernet over 100m. Cat 7 600 MHz As Cat 6a plus supporting 100GbE ISO/IEC 11801: 2002, category 7 / class F Cat 7a 1000 MHz CATV (862 MHz), 40GBASE-T over 50m. 100GbE over 15 m. CAT 7a is not recognised in TIA/EIA-569 ISO/IEC 11801, amendment 1 (2008) and amendment 2 (2010) BASIC CABLE CONSTRUCTION OF THE STANDARD CABLE (NOT BEING PATCH CABLES) WIRE Conductor with Insulation INSULATION will be good strippable, suitable for insulation displacement and coloured . The colours are not interchangeable PAIR Two twisted - colour coded - wires INDIVIDUAL SCREEN(if applicable) One pair wrapped with an aluminium/PETP foil under drain wire BRAIDING(if applicable) Tinned Copper Wire Braid (TCWB) RIPCORD To easy removal of the sheath OUTHER SHEATH Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) or Halogen Free (HFFR) CATEGORY CAT 3 CAT 5e CAT 6 CAT 6a CAT 7 CAT 7a Type UTP UTP FTP UTP FTP U-UTP U-FTP S-FTP S-FTP Conductor Solid BC Solid BC Solid BC Solid BC Solid BC Solid BC Insulation Polyolefin PE PE SKIN-FOAM-SKIN PE Cable core 6 to 200 pairs 4 pairs 4 PAIR IND. SCREENED Core wrapping yes NO Drain wire no NO YES NO YES NO Central Drain Wire Overall screen no NO FOIL NO FOIL Braiding Sheath PVC PVC or HFFR HFFR data lan cable ETHERNET CABLES datacable R A M C R O B M S
  18. 18. 19 BASIC CABLE CONSTRUCTIONOF THE STANDARD PATCH CABLES CATEGORY CAT 5e CAT 6 Type U-UTP F-UTP U-UTP F-UTP Conductor FLEXIBLE BC Insulation PE PE Cable core 4 PAIRS 4 PAIRS Core wrapping NO YES NO YES Drain wire NO YES NO YES Overall screen NO FOIL NO FOIL Rip Cord YES Sheath PVC or HFFR CABLES INDENTIFICATION TYPE DESCRIPTION UTP cable with unshielded twisted pairs FTP cable with foil screened twisted pairs U-UTP cables with no collective screen and no indiviadually screened twisted pairs U-FTP cables with no collective screen and individually foil screened twisted pairs S-FTP cables with a collective braided screen and individually foil screened twisted pairs GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS TYPE UNIT CAT 3 CAT 5e CAT 6 CAT 6a CAT 7 MAX. DCR CONDUCTOR Ohm/100m 9.6 9.38 9.38 7.7 7.7 IMPEDANCE Ohm 100 100 100 100 100 OPERATING TEMPERATURE °C -20 to +80 RATED VOLTAGE V 300 COLOUR CODE OF CAT 5e - 6 - 6a and 7 TYPE PAIR 1 PAIR 2 PAIR 3 PAIR 4 a-wire BLUE ORANGE GREEN BROWN b-wire WHITE with BLUE STRIPE WHITE with ORANGE STRIPE WHITE with GREEN STRIPE WHITE with BROWN STRIPE CABLE RANGE TYPE 2 PAIRS 6 PAIRS 12 PAIRS 25 PAIRS 50 PAIRS 100 PAIRS 150 PAIRS 200 PAIRS CAT 3 PVC CABLE CODE Cat3-2P-RB Cat3-6P-RB Cat3-12P-RB Cat3-25P-RB Cat3-50P-RB Cat3-100P-RB Cat3-150P-RB Cat3-200P-RB PART N° R1031 R1266 R1267 R1032 R1033 R1034 R1268 R1269 CABLE RANGE TYPE CAT 5e CAT 5e CAT 5e CAT 5e IDENTIFICATION UTP UTP FTP FTP SHEATH PVC HFFR PVC HFFR CABLE CODE UTPLevel5-4x2x0.22-RB UTPLevel5-4x2x0.22ZA-RB FTPLevel54x2x0.22-RB FTPLevel54x2x0.22ZA-RB PART N° R1035 R1235 R1036 R1236 CHARACTERISTICS Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbered categories (“cat”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarification or testing standards . data lan cable ETHERNET CABLES datacable R A M C R O B M S
  19. 19. 20 www.ramcro.it CABLE RANGE TYPE CAT 5e CAT 5e CAT 5e CAT 5e IDENTIFICATION UTP-PATCH UTP-PATCH FTP-PATCH FTP-PATCH SHEATH PVC HFFR PVC HFFR CABLE CODE UTPLevel5-4x2x0.22-Patch-RB UTPLevel5-4x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RB FTPLevel54x2x0.22-Patch-RB FTPLevel54x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RB PART N° R1500 R1510 R1520 R1530 CABLE RANGE TYPE CAT 6 CAT 6 CAT 6 CAT 6 IDENTIFICATION UTP-PATCH UTP-PATCH FTP-PATCH FTP-PATCH SHEATH PVC HFFR PVC HFFR CABLE CODE UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-Patch-RB UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RB FTPLevel64x2x0.22-Patch-RB FTPLevel64x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RB PART N° R1540 R1550 R1560 R1570 CABLE RANGE TYPE CAT 6a CAT 6a CAT 7 CAT 7a IDENTIFICATION U-UTP U-FTP S-FTP S-FTP SHEATH PVC HFFR PVC HFFR CABLE CODE U-UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-RB U-UFTPLevel6-4x2x0.22ZA-RB SFTPLevel7-RB SFTPLevel7-ZA-RB PART N° R1200 R1053 R1039 R1201 CHARACTERISTICS Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbered categories (“cat”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarification or testing standards . data lan cable ETHERNET CABLES datacable R A M C R O B M S
  20. 20. 21 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 5e PART N° CABLE CODE TYPE SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) R1035 UTPLevel5-4x2x0.22-RB UTP PVC 5.0 30 R1235 UTPLevel5-4x2x0.22ZA-RB UTP HFFR 5.0 29 R1036 FTPLevel54x2x0.22-RB FTP PVC 6.3 42 R1236 FTPLevel54x2x0.22ZA-RB FTP HFFR 6.3 42 MAIN TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 5e Frenquency (MHz) Min.Return Loss (dB/100m) Maximum Attenuation (dB/100m) Minimum NEXT (dB) Maximum Time Delay (ns/100m) Maximum PSNEXT (dB) Minimum ELFEXT (dB) Minimum PSELFEXT (dB) 1 20.0 2.0 65.3 570.00 62.3 64.0 61.0 4 23.0 4.1 56.3 552.00 53.3 52.0 49.0 8 24.5 5.8 51.8 546.73 48.8 45.9 42.9 10 25.0 6.5 50.3 545.38 47.3 44.0 41.0 16 25.0 8.2 47.2 543.00 44.4 39.9 36.9 20 25.0 9.3 45.8 542.05 42.8 38.0 35.0 25 24.3 10.4 44.3 541.20 41.3 35.8 33.0 31.25 23.6 11.7 42.9 540.44 39.9 34.1 31.1 62.5 21.5 17.0 38.4 538.55 35.4 28.1 25.1 100 20.1 22.0 35.3 537.60 32.3 24.0 21.0 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 6 PART N° CABLE CODE TYPE SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) R1037 UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22 UTP PVC 6.2 42 R1237 UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22ZA UTP HFFR 6.2 42 R1038 FTPLevel64x2x0.22 FTP PVC 7.4 56 R1238 FTPLevel64x2x0.22ZA FTP HFFR 7.4 54.1 MAIN TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 6 Frenquency (MHz) Min.Return Loss (dB/100m) Maximum Attenuation (dB/100m) Minimum NEXT (dB) Maximum Time Delay (ns/100m) Maximum PSNEXT (dB) Minimum ELFEXT (dB) Minimum PSELFEXT (dB) 1 20.0 2.0 74.3 570.00 72.3 67.8 64.8 4 23.0 3.8 65.3 552.00 63.3 55.8 52.8 8 24.5 5.3 60.8 546.73 58.8 49.7 46.7 10 25.0 6.0 59.3 545.38 57.3 47.8 44.8 16 25.0 7.6 56.2 543.00 54.2 43.7 40.7 20 25.0 8.5 54.8 542.05 52.8 41.8 38.8 25 24.3 9.5 53.3 541.20 51.3 39.8 36.8 31.25 23.6 10.7 51.9 540.44 49.9 37.9 34.9 62.5 21.5 15.4 47.4 538.55 45.4 31.9 28.9 100 20.1 19.8 44.3 537.80 42.3 27.8 24.8 200 18.0 29.0 39.8 536.54 37.8 21.8 18.8 250 17.3 32.8 38.3 536.27 36.3 19.8 16.8 CHARACTERISTICS Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbered categories (“cat”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarification or testing standards . data lan cable ETHERNET CABLES datacable R A M C R O B M S
  21. 21. 22 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 5e PART N° CABLE CODE TYPE SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) R1200 U-UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-RB U-UTP PVC 8.3 61.2 R1053 U-FTPLevel6-4x2x0.22ZA-RB U-UTP HFFR 7.2 49.9 MAIN TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 6a U-FTP FRENQUENCY (MHZ) MIN.RETURN LOSS (DB/100M) MAXIMUM ATTENUA- TION (DB/100M) MINIMUM NEXT (DB) MAXIMUM TIME DELAY (NS/100M) MAXIMUM PSNEXT (DB) MINIMUM ELFEXT (DB) MINIMUM PSELFEXT (DB) 1 20.0 3.7 74.3 72.3 55.9 100 ± 15 61.0 10 25.0 5.8 59.3 57.3 47.8 100 ± 15 49.0 31.25 23.6 10.4 51.9 49.9 37.9 100 ± 15 42.9 100 20.1 19.0 44.3 42.3 27.8 100 ± 15 41.0 300 17.3 34.2 37.1 35.1 18.1 100 ± 25 36.9 500 17.3 45.2 33.8 31.8 14.0 100 ± 15 35.0 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 7 PART N° CABLE CODE TYPE SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) R1039 SFTPLevel7-RB S-FTP HFFR 7.8 67.5 MAIN TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 7 S-FTP FREQUENCY (MHZ) RETURN LOSS (DB/100M) ATTENUA- TION (DB/100M) NEXT (DB) PSNEXT (DB) ELFEXT (DB) IMPEDANCE (OHM) 1 20.0 2.5 78 75 78.0 100 ± 15 10 25.0 6.5 78 75 56.5 100 ± 15 20 25.0 8.9 78 75 56.5 100 ± 15 62.5 21.5 14.9 75.5 72.5 56.8 100 ± 15 300 14.5 35.2 65.2 62.2 25.0 100 ± 25 600 12.5 50.1 60.7 57.7 16.0 100 ± 25 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 7a PART N° CABLE CODE TYPE SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) R1201 SFTPLevel7-ZA-RB S-FTP HFFR 8.5 71.1 MAIN TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 7a S-FTP FREQUENCY (MHZ) RETURN LOSS (DB/100M) ATTENUA- TION (DB/100M) NEXT (DB) PSNEXT (DB) ELFEXT (DB) IMPEDANCE (OHM) 4 23.0 4.0 80.0 77.0 78.0 100 ± 15 10 25.0 5.8 80.0 77.0 74.3 100 ± 15 20 25.0 8.2 80.0 77.0 71.0 100 ± 15 62.5 21.5 14.6 80.0 77.0 60.6 100 ± 15 300 17.3 32.7 71.2 68.2 38.6 100 ± 25 600 17.3 47.1 66.7 63.7 19.6 100 ± 25 900 17.3 54.9 64.9 61.9 9.93 100 ± 25 1000 16.0 61.9 63.4 60.4 1.47 100 ± 25 CHARACTERISTICS Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbered categories (“cat”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarification or testing standards . data lan cable ETHERNET CABLES datacable R A M C R O B M S
  22. 22. 23 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 5e PART N° CABLE CODE TYPE SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) R1500 UTPLevel5-4x2x0.22-Patch-RB U-UTP PVC 5.2 30.7 R1510 UTPLevel5-4x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RB U-UTP HFFR 5.2 31.4 R1520 FTPLevel5-4x2x0.22-Patch-RB U-FTP PVC 5.1 31.2 R1530 FTPLevel5-4x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RB U-FTP HFFR 5.1 31.1 MAIN TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 5e Cat 5 - Patch UTP / FTP UTP FTP UTP / FTP UTP / FTP UTP / FTP UTP / FTP Frenquency (MHz) Min.Return Loss (dB/100m) Maximum Attenuation (dB/100m) Minimum NEXT (dB) Maximum Time Delay (ns/100m) Maximum PSNEXT (dB) Minimum ELFEXT (dB) Minimum PSELFEXT (dB) 1 20.0 2.4 3.1 65.3 62.3 63.8 60.8 4 23.0 4.9 6.1 56.3 53.3 51.8 48.8 8 24.5 6.9 8.6 51.8 48.8 45.7 42.7 10 25.0 7.8 9.7 50.3 47.3 43.8 40.8 16 25.0 9.9 12.4 47.2 44.2 39.7 36.7 20 25.0 11.1 13.9 45.8 42.8 37.8 34.8 25 24.2 12.5 15.6 44.3 41.3 35.8 32.8 31.25 23.3 14.1 17.6 42.9 39.9 33.9 30.9 62.5 20.7 20.4 25.5 38.4 35.4 27.9 24.9 100 19.0 26.4 33.0 35.3 32.3 23.8 20.8 MAIN TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 6 Cat 6 - Patch UTP / FTP UTP FTP UTP / FTP UTP / FTP UTP / FTP UTP / FTP Frenquency (MHz) Min.Return Loss (dB/100m) Maximum Attenuation (dB/100m) Minimum NEXT (dB) Maximum Time Delay (ns/100m) Maximum PSNEXT (dB) Minimum ELFEXT (dB) Minimum PSELFEXT (dB) 1 20.0 2.4 3.1 74.3 72.3 67.8 64.8 4 23.0 4.6 6.1 65.3 63.3 56.0 53.0 10 25.0 7.2 8.6 59.3 57.3 48.0 45.0 16 25.0 9.1 12.4 56.2 54.2 43.9 40.9 20 25.0 10.2 13.9 54.8 52.8 42.0 39.0 31.25 23.3 12.9 17.6 51.9 49.9 38.1 35.1 62.5 20.7 18.6 25.5 47.4 45.4 32.1 29.1 100 19.0 23.9 33.0 44.3 42.3 28.0 25.0 200 16.4 35.0 48.6 39.8 37.8 22.0 19.0 250 15.5 39.4 55.3 38.3 36.3 20.0 17.0 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 5e PART N° CABLE CODE TYPE SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) R1540 UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-Patch-RB U-UTP PVC 5.9 31.6 R1550 UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RB U-UTP HFFR 5.9 32.4 R1560 FTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-Patch-RB U-FTP PVC 6.2 34.6 R1570 FTPLevel6-4x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RB U-FTP HFFR 6.2 35.8 CHARACTERISTICS Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbered categories (“cat”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarification or testing standards . data lan cable ETHERNET CABLES datacable R A M C R O B M S
  23. 23. 24 www.ramcro.it PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 3 PART N° CABLE CODE N° OF PAIRS SHEATH INSULATION OVERALL DIAM. (mm) OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) R1031 Cat3-2P-RB 2 0.5 0.9 3.6 16 R1266 Cat3-6P-RB 6 0.5 0.9 5.5 39 R1267 Cat3-12P-RB 12 0.5 0.9 7.4 73 R1032 Cat3-25P-RB 25 0.5 0.9 11.8 154 R1033 Cat3-50P-RB 50 0.5 0.9 15.5 280 R1034 Cat3-100P-RB 100 0.5 0.9 21.6 530 R1268 Cat3-150P-RB 150 0.5 0.9 26.8 800 R1269 Cat3-200P-RB 200 0.5 0.9 29.4 1040 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CAT 3 Frequency (MHz) Max. Attenuation (dB/100m) Max. NEXT (dB) Min. Return Loss (dB) Impedance (Ohm) 1 2.6 41.3 12.0 100 ± 15 4 5.6 32.3 12.0 100 ± 15 8 8.5 27.8 12.0 100 ± 15 10 9.7 26.3 12.0 100 ± 15 16 13.1 23.3 10.0 100 ± 15 CABLE MAKE-UP OF CAT 3 Frequency (MHz) R1031 R1266 R1267 R1032 R1033 R1034 R1268 R1269 No of pairs 2 6 12 25 50 100 150 200 N° pairs per unit - - - 25 10 25 25 25 N° of units in the centre - - - 1 5 4 1 1 N° of unit in the 1^ layer - - - - - - 5 7 COLOUR CODE OF CAT 3 PAIR N° PAIR COLOUR PAIR N° PAIR COLOUR PAIR N° PAIR COLOUR 1 White / Blue 11 Black / Blue 21 Purple / Blue 2 White / Orange 12 Black / Orange 22 Purple / Orange 3 White / Green 13 Black / Green 23 Purple / Green 4 White / Brown 14 Black / Brown 24 Purple / Brown 5 White / Grey 15 Black / Grey 25 Purple / Grey 6 Red / Blue 16 Yellow / Blue - - 7 Red / Orange 17 Yellow / Orange - - 8 Red / Green 18 Yellow / Green - - 9 Red / Brown 19 Yellow / Brown - - 10 Red / Grey 20 Yellow / Grey - - CHARACTERISTICS Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbered categories (“cat”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarification or testing standards . data lan cable ETHERNET CABLES datacable R A M C R O B M S
  24. 24. 25 www.ramcro.it COAXIAL CABLE CCTV Closed Circuit Television uses video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limi- ted set of monitors SMATV Satellite Master Antenna Television used to deliver signals to multiple dwelling units (e.g., apartment buildings and trailer parks). CATV Central Antenna Television = Cable television is a system of providing television to consumers via radio frequency signals transmitted to televisions. Nowadays also used for internet and telephone. HDTV High-definition television refers to video having resolution substantially higher than traditional television systems. TELECOM AND NETWORKING a number of special cable constructions. Coaxial cables are designed to carry radio frequency signals of a much higher frequency than the 50 or 60 Hz used in low voltage cables. This requires special construction to prevent power losses. If an ordinary wire is used to carry high frequency signals, the wire acts as an anten- na, and the high frequency signals radiate off the wire as radio waves, causing power losses. To prevent this, in coaxial cable one of the conductors is formed into a tube and encloses the other conductor. This confines the radio waves from the central conductor to the space inside the tube. To prevent the outer conductor, or shield, from radiating, it is connected to electrical ground, keeping it at a constant potential. The dimensions and spacing of the conductors must be uniform throughout the length of the cable. Any abrupt change in the spacing of the two conductors along the cable tends to reflect radio frequency power back toward the source. This acts as a bottleneck, reducing the amount of power reaching the destination end of the cable. Choosing the correct 75 ohm coax cable. Most coaxial cables for video applications have a nominal impedance of 75 ohms. Their diffe- ring electrical and physical characteristics make it important to select the correct type of cable to suit the application. APPLICATIONS coaxialcable R A M C R O B M S BASIC CABLE DESIGN Conductor Screen (if applicable) Bare or tinned copper strands Aluminium/PETP tape + TC Drain Wire or TCWB Insulation Sheath Foam Polyethylene (FPE) PVC or HFFR
  25. 25. 26 www.ramcro.it COAXIAL CABLE CONSTRUCTION OF COAX 75 Ohm VIDEO SYSTEMS BASIC CABLES DESIGN Coaxial cables are designed to carry radio frequency signals of a much higher frequency than the 50 or 60 Hz used in low voltage cables. This requires special construction to prevent power los- ses. If an ordinary wire is used to carry high frequency signals, the wire acts as an antenna, and the high frequency signals radiate off the wire as radio waves, causing power losses. To prevent this, in coaxial cable one of the conductors is formed into a tube and encloses the other conductor. This confines the radio waves from the central conductor to the space inside the tube. To pre- vent the outer conductor, or shield, from radiating, it is connected to electrical ground, keeping it at a constant potential. The dimensions and spacing of the conductors must be uniform throu- ghout the length of the cable. Any abrupt change in the spacing of the two conductors along the cable tends to reflect radio frequency power back toward the source. This acts as a bottleneck, redu- cing the amount of power reaching the destination end of the cable. CHOOSING THE CORRECT 75 Ohm COAX CABLE Most coaxial cables for video applications have a nominal impedance of 75 ohms. Their diffe- ring electrical and physical characteristics make it important to select the correct type of cable to suit the application. Analogue TV RG59 Acceptable performance on cable runs < 225 metres RG6 Gives superior performance in cable runs < 225 metres. Used for cable runs < 225 metres but < 545 metres RG11 For cable runs greater than 545 metres CCTV RG59 Acceptable performance on cable runs < 225 metres RG6 Gives superior performance in cable runs < 225 metres. Used for cable runs < 225 metres but < 545 metres RG11 For cable runs greater than 545 metres Application Tested Speciality RG-59 Part N° RG-6 Part N° RG-11 Part N° CCTV - PVC Sheath 1000 MHz Solid Conductor RG59-RB R1028 RG6-RB R1029 RG11-RB R1030 CCTV - HRRR Sheath 1000 MHz Solid Conductor RG59-ZA-RB R1428 RG6-ZA-RB R1429 RG11-ZA-RB R1430 CCTV 1000 MHz Flexible Conductor RG59-FLEX-RB R1275 RG6-FLEX-RB R1276 RG11-FLEX-RB R1277 CATV / SMATV 3000 MHz Dual Screen RG59-FA-RB R1025 RG6-FA-RB R1026 RG11-FA-RB R1027 CATV / SMATV 3000 MHz Dual Screen RG59-QS-RB R1256 RG6-QS-RB R1257 RG11-QS-RB R1241 HDTV - PVC Sheath 4500 MHz Dual Screen RG59-FTC-RB R1229 RG6-FTC-RB R1279 RG11-FTC-RB R1280 HDTV - HFFR Sheath 4500 MHz Dual Screen RG59-ZA-FTC-RB R1378 RG6-ZA-FTC-RB R1379 RG11-ZA-FTC-RB R1380 coaxialcable
  26. 26. 27 COAXIAL CABLECCTV AND VIDEO APPLICATIONS, SWEEP TESTED 1 TO 100 MHz CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Solid or Flexible Bare Copper INSULATION Foam Polyethylene (FPE) BRAID Bare Copper SHEATH MATERIAL PVC or HFFR STANDARD REFERENCES IEC 61196 BS EN 50117 BS EN 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 (PVC) or IEC 60332-3-24 (HFFR) IEC 61034 (only HFFR) IEC 60754-1 & 2 (HFFR) RoHS directives PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS CABLE CODE PART N° RG TYPE CONDUCTOR (mm) DIELETRIC (mm) COVERAGE BRAID (%) MATERIAL SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) RG59-RB R1028 RG-59 0.81 3.71 95 PVC 6.0 47.12 RG59-ZA-RB R1428 RG-59 0.81 3.71 95 HFFR 6.0 48.5 RG59-FLEX-RB R1275 RG-59 19x0.18 TC 3.71 95 PVC 6.0 47.12 RG6-RB R1029 RG-6 1.02 4.60 95 PVC 6.8 55.5 RG6-ZA-RB R1429 RG-6 1.02 4.60 95 HFFR 6.8 58.2 RG6-FLEX-RB R1276 RG-6 19x0.22 4.60 95 PVC 6.8 54.66 RG11-RB R1030 RG-11 1.63 7.11 95 PVC 10.0 115.9 RG11-ZA-RB R1430 RG-11 1.63 7.11 95 HFFR 10.0 120 RG11-FLEX-RB R1277 RG-11 19x0.34 7.11 95 PVC 10.0 115.9 CHARACTERISTICS Closed Circuit Television uses video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limi- ted set of monitors ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS AT 20°C CABLE CODE PART N° RG-Type Impedance (Ω) Max. DC Conductor Resi- stance (Ω / km) Max. DC Screen Resistance (Ω/km) Nominal Capacitance (pF/m) Min. Return Loss 1 to 1000 MHz (dB) RG59-RB R1028 RG-59 75 ± 3 33.5 10.1 53.5 20 RG59-ZA-RB R1428 RG-59 75 ± 3 33.5 10.1 53.5 20 RG59-FLEX-RB R1275 RG-59 75 ± 3 40 10.1 53.5 20 RG6-RB R1029 RG-6 75 ± 3 21.5 10.8 53.5 20 RG6-ZA-RB R1429 RG-6 75 ± 3 21.5 10.8 53.5 20 RG6-FLEX-RB R1276 RG-6 75 ± 3 30 10.8 53.5 20 RG11-RB R1030 RG-11 75 ± 3 8.8 6.5 52.8 20 RG11-ZA-RB R1430 RG-11 75 ± 3 8.8 6.5 52.8 20 RG11-FLEX-RB R1277 RG-11 75 ± 3 8.8 6.5 52.8 20 NOMINAL ATTENUATION IN dB/100m MHz 5 10 50 100 200 300 400 450 550 700 750 870 1000 RG-59 1.9 2.95 6.23 8.53 11.81 15.3 16.41 18.92 21.03 22.97 24.8 26.84 27.89 RG-6 1.78 2.36 4.92 6.56 9.51 12.43 13.78 15.14 17.15 18.37 19.73 20.26 21.96 RG-11 0.99 1.51 2.96 4.27 6.23 8.27 9.51 10.31 11.51 13.45 13.95 14.87 17.06 coaxialcable R A M C R O B M S
  27. 27. 28 www.ramcro.it SMATV-CATV AND VIDEO APPLICATIONS, SWEEP TESTED 1 TO 3000 MHz CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Solid Copper Covered Steel (CCS) INSULATION Foam Polyethylene (FPE) SCREEN 1 Bonded Aluminium/PETP Foil BRAID 1 Aluminium SCREEN 2 Bonded Aluminium/PETP Foil BRAID 2 Aluminium OUTHER SHEATH PVC STANDARD REFERENCES IEC 61196 BS EN 50117 BS EN 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 RoHS directives PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS CABLE CODE PART N° RG TYPE CONDUC- TOR (mm) DIELETRIC (mm) TYPE OF SCREEN COVERAGE BRAID (%) MATERIAL SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) RG59-FA-RB R1025 RG-59 0.81 3.71 Dual Screen 54 PVC 6.0 32.42 RG59-QS-RB R1256 RG-59 0.81 3.71 Quad Screen 54 + 46 PVC 6.73 39.4 RG6-FA-RB R1026 RG-6 1.02 4.60 Dual Screen 60 PVC 6.8 41.32 RG6-QS-RB R1257 RG-6 1.02 4.60 Quad Screen 60 + 40 PVC 7.52 49.5 RG11-FA-RB R1027 RG-11 1.63 7.11 Dual Screen 61 PVC 10.0 86.6 RG11-QS-RB R1241 RG-11 1.63 7.11 Quad Screen 60 + 40 PVC 10.3 90.6 CHARACTERISTICS Satellite Master Antenna Television used to deliver signals to multiple dwelling units (e.g., apartment buildings and trailer parks). ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS AT 20°C CABLE CODE PART N° RG-TYPE IMP. (Ω) MAX. DC CONDUC- TOR RESI- STANCE (Ω/KM) MAX. DC SCREEN RE- SISTANCE (Ω/KM) NOMINAL CAPACI- TANCE (PF/M) MIN. RETURN LOSS (DB) < 1000 MHZ < 2000 MHZ < 3000 MHZ RG59-FA-RB R1025 RG-59 75 ± 3 146.5 52 53 20 18 16 RG59-QS-RB R1256 RG-59 75 ± 3 146.5 26 53 20 20 20 RG6-FA-RB R1026 RG-6 75 ± 3 92.2 30 53 20 20 20 RG6-QS-RB R1257 RG-6 75 ± 3 92.2 17 53 20 20 20 RG11-FA-RB R1027 RG-11 75 ± 3 36.5 25 53 20 20 20 RG11-QS-RB R1241 RG-11 75 ± 3 36.5 12 53 20 20 20 NOMINAL ATTENUATION IN dB/100m MHz 5 10 50 100 200 400 550 870 12500 1750 2150 2500 3000 RG-59 2.92 3.45 5.40 8.21 12.56 16.01 19.36 24.74 30.62 36.71 40.82 44.72 48.64 RG-6 2.2 2.48 5.15 6.6 9.56 13.12 15.45 19.69 24.25 29.26 32.88 35.88 39.83 RG-11 1.25 2.03 3.75 5.01 6.85 7.05 9.65 12.6 16.66 20.28 22.93 25.12 28.08 COAXIAL CABLE coaxialcable R A M C R O B M S
  28. 28. 29 www.ramcro.it HDTV AND HD VIDEO APPLICATIONS, SWEEP TO 1 4500 MHz CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Solid Bare Copper INSULATION Foam Polyethylene (FPE) SCREEN Bonded Aluminium/PETP Foil BRAID Tinned Copper OUTHER SHEATH PVC or HFFR - Orange STANDARD REFERENCES IEC 61196 BS EN 50117 BS EN 50290-2 IEC 60332-1 (PVC) or IEC 60332-3-24 (HFFR) IEC 61034 (only HFFR) IEC 60754-1 & 2 (HFFR) RoHS directives PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS CABLE CODE PART N° RG TYPE CONDUCTOR (mm) DIELETRIC (mm) COVERAGE BRAID (%) MATERIAL SHEATH OVERALL DIAM. (mm) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) RG59-FTC-RB R1229 RG-59 0.81 3.71 95 PVC 6.0 46.72 RG59-ZA-FTC-RB R1378 RG-59 0.81 3.71 95 HFFR 6.0 48.2 RG6-FTC-RB R1279 RG-6 1.02 4.60 95 PVC 6.8 56.2 RG6-ZA-FTC-RB R1379 RG-6 1.02 4.60 95 HFFR 6.8 59 RG11-FTC-RB R1280 RG-11 1.63 7.11 95 PVC 10.0 114.5 RG11-ZA-FTC-RB R1380 RG-11 1.63 7.11 95 HFFR 10.0 117 CHARACTERISTICS High-definition television refers to video having resolution substantially higher than traditional tele- vision systems. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS AT 20°C CABLE CODE PART N° RG-TYPE IMP. (Ω) MAX. DC CONDUC- TOR RESI- STANCE (Ω/KM) MAX. DC SCREEN RE- SISTANCE (Ω/KM) NOMINAL CAPACI- TANCE (PF/M) MIN. RETURN LOSS (DB) < 1000 MHZ < 2000 MHZ < 3000 MHZ < 4500 MHZ RG59-FTC-RB R1229 RG-59 33.5 33.5 12.5 53 23 22 16 15 RG59-ZA-FTC-RB R1378 RG-59 33.5 33.5 12.5 53 23 22 16 15 RG6-FTC-RB R1279 RG-6 21.5 21.5 10.6 53 23 22 16 15 RG6-ZA-FTC-RB R1379 RG-6 21.5 21.5 10.6 53 23 22 16 15 RG11-FTC-RB R1280 RG-11 8.8 8.8 6.6 53 23 22 16 15 RG11-ZA-FTC-RB R1380 RG-11 8.8 8.8 6.6 53 23 22 16 15 NOMINAL ATTENUATION IN dB/100m MHz 1 5 10 50 100 300 550 750 1000 2000 3000 4500 RG-59 0.98 2.07 2.95 6.23 7.55 13.68 18.83 22.23 25.29 38.24 46.13 56.50 RG-6 0.79 1.71 2.33 4.57 6.40 11.96 15.76 18.05 21.36 3144 39.76 50.46 RG-11 0.53 1.12 1.51 2.96 4.20 7.49 10.41 12.38 14.57 21.84 27.93 35.98 COAXIAL CABLE coaxialcable R A M C R O B M S
  29. 29. 30 www.ramcro.it FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS cable APPLICATIONS Power-limited Fire Alarm Cable Power-limited circuits have relatively low voltage and current, which prevents them from pro- ducing damaging amounts of fault energy. As a result, power-limited circuits may have diffe- rent and less stringent requirements concerning overcurrent protection, insulation, installation, and materials than non-power-limited circuits. There are three types of power-limited fire alarm cables commonly used today. These include FPLP, FPL, and FPLR cables. Respectively, these are plenum-rated, non-plenum rated, and riser- rated cables. FPLR (Riser) FPLR cables are rated for use in riser applications. This means they can be used in cable pathways that run vertically from floor to floor. These cables are listed by the National Electric Code as having fire-resistant characteristics which help prevent fire from spreading to multiple floors of the building. They also must pass UL test 1424 and the UL vertical riser test 1666. This cable consists of a 22 to 12 AWG fully annealed, solid bare copper conductor, and pre- mium-grade PVC insulation and jacketing. It is rated to 300 volts and has a temperature range of -20° C to 75° C. Common applications for this cable include fire alarm wiring, smoke alarms, voice communications, burglar alarms, and fire protective circuits. A polyester and aluminum foil shield with a stranded tinned copper drain wire is also an option for applications that re- quire shielding. BASIC CABLE DESIGN Conductor Solid bare copper strands, ranging from 12 to 18 AWG. Insulation PVC HT 105°C Colour scheme Red, Black Screen (if applicable) Aluminium/PETP Tape + Tinned Copper Drain Wire Sheath HI-PVC fplrcable R A M C R O B M S
  30. 30. 31 www.ramcro.it FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS cable FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS TWO-CORE, PVC HT 105°C INSULATION, HI-PVC SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Solid Bare Copper INSULATION PVC HT 105°C COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP Tape+TC Drain Wire SHEATH MATERIAL HI-PVC Red STANDARD REFERENCES UL 1424 UL 1666 RoHS Directives CABLES WITH PVC HT 105°C INSULATION - HI-PVC SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° CONDUCTOR (AWG) SCREEN OVERALL DIAM. (mm) MAX DC RESISTANCE CONDUCTOR (Ω/km) CAPACITANCE (pF/m) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) SAR0203HFOCH-RB R1040 18 Yes 5.9 22.7 160 19.2 SSR0203HFOCH-RB R1135 18 No 5.8 22.7 60 16 SAR0202HFOCH-RB R1041 16 Yes 6.1 15.47 189 28.5 SSR0202HFOCH-RB R1136 16 No 6.0 15.47 71 25.0 SAR0201HFOCH-RB R1042 14 Yes 7.8 9.36 160 43.0 SSR0201HFOCH-RB R1137 14 No 7.7 9.36 69 40.0 SAR0252HFOCH-RB R1043 12 Yes 8.7 5.61 216 66.0 SSR0252HFOCH-RB R1138 12 No 8.6 5.61 65 63.0 COLOUR SCHEME 1 CORE: RED 2 CORE: BLACK CHARACTERISTICS Type FPLR power-limited fire alarm riser cable is listed as suitable for use in a vertical run in a shaft or from floor to floor. fplrcable R A M C R O B M S
  31. 31. 32 FIRE RESISTANT CABLE APPLICATIONS These special multicore cables are used for fire resistant and circuit integrity, and essentially to prevent life from smoke and noxious fumes, and where sensitive equipment may be damaged by acid forming gases. Materials and structure used for this type of cables depends on performance required: Fire Time Exposition, Fire Temperature, Extra Burning Events These type of cables can be manufactured in according to: - International Electro-Technical Commission IEC 60331 - Britsh Standard BS 6387 C-W-Z - Britsh Standard BS 7629 - FireGround Cable BS 6387 C-W-Z - BS 7846 One of the major requirement of the Metro system concerns fire prevention. Minimization of the combustible materials in tunnels and stations is an ever-developing topic as it indirectly dictates the time available for responding safely to a fire incident. Reduction of the combustible materials, development of fire resistant materials, development of materials that even when burned do not produce toxic fumes and other dangerous products may provide the additional critical time to safely evacuate the people/ passengers involved in an incident. Within this framework, arise the need that the cables installed in a Tunnel or Metro Network must have have the proper fire behavior and do not let the fire spread. Within this framwork, Ramfirecro FIREGROUND have been designed. All the cables can be order with a white sheath. BASIC CABLE DESIGN Conductor Solid or stranded bare copper strands, ranging from 0.75 to 4.00 mm2 . FireGround cables 2.50 mm2 4.00 mm2 6.00 mm2 10.00 mm2 16.00 mm2 25.00 mm2 Insulation Colour scheme Special Mix Silicon Rubber 2 core: brown, blue 3 core: brown, black, blue 4 core: blue, brown, black, grey up to 5 cores: black numbered Screen (if applicable) Aluminium/PETP Tape + Tinned Copper or Bare Copper Drain Wire Armour (if applicable) Galvanized Steel Wire Armour Sheath Thermoplastic Low Smoke, Halogen Free - LSZH fireres.cable R A M C R O B M S
  32. 32. 33 www.ramcro.it FIRE RESISTANT CABLEBS 6387 CWZ CABLES MULTI-CORE, SILICON RUBBER INSULATION, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Solid or Flexible Bare Copper INSULATION Silicon Rubber COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP Tape+BC Drain Wire SHEATH MATERIAL HFFR Red STANDARD REFERENCES BS 6387 CWZ BS 7655 IEC 60332-3C IEC 60754-1 & 2 RoHS directivies CABLES WITH SIL INSULATION - HFFR SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° CONDUCTOR FORMATION SCREEN OVERALL DIAM. (mm) MAX DC RESISTANCE CONDUCTOR (Ω/km) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) SAR0210HFESL-IE-RB R1284 2x0.75 (Cl.1) 0.75 7.5 24.5 67 SSR0210HFESL-IE-RB R1139 2x0.75 (Cl.1) - 7.4 24.5 61 SAR0310HFESP-IE-RB R1159 3x0.75 (Cl.1) 0.75 7.9 24.5 83 SSR0310HFESP-IE-RB R1149 3x0.75 (Cl.1) - 7.8 24.5 75 SAR0211HFESL-IE-RB R1283 2x1.00 (Cl.1) 1.0 7.8 18.1 73 SSR0211HFESL-IE-RB R1140 2x1.00 (Cl.1) - 7.7 18.1 65 SAR0311HFESP-IE-RB R1160 3x1.00 (Cl.1) 1.0 8.1 18.1 93 SSR0311HFESP-IE-RB R1150 3x1.00 (Cl.1) - 8.0 18.1 83 SAR0214HFESL-IE-RB R1044 2x1.50 (Cl.1) 1.5 8.7 12.1 98 SSR0214HFESL-IE-RB R1141 2x1.50 (Cl.1) - 8.6 12.1 87 SAR0314HFESP-IE-RB R1161 3x1.50 (Cl.1) 1.5 8.95 12.1 123 SSR0314HFESP-IE-RB R1151 3x1.50 (Cl.1) - 8.85 12.1 108 SAR0218HFESL-IE-RB R1045 2x2.50 (Cl.1) 2.5 9.9 7.41 134 SSR0218HFESL-IE-RB R1142 2x2.50 Cl.1) - 9.8 7.41 119 SAR0318HFESP-IE-RB R1162 3x2.50 (Cl.1) 2.5 10.3 7.41 174 SSR0318HFESP-IE-RB R1152 3x2.50 (Cl.1) - 10.2 7.41 151 SAS0240HFESL-IE-RB R1289 2x4.00 (Cl.2) 4.0 12.0 4.61 197 SSS0240HFESL-IE-RB R1143 2x4.00 (Cl.2) - 11.9 4.61 172.6 SAS0340HFESP-IE-RB R1163 3x4.00 (Cl.2) 4.0 12.95 4.61 270 SSS0340HFESP-IE-RB R1153 3x4.00 (Cl.2) - 12.85 4.61 234 COLOUR SCHEME 2 CORE: BROWN, BLUE 3 CORE: BROWN, BLACK, BLUE 4 CORE: BLUE, BROWN, BLACK, GREY UP TO 5 CORES: BLACK NUMBERED CHARACTERISTICS These special multicore cables are used for fire resistant and circuit integrity, and essentially to prevent life from smoke and noxious fumes, and where sensitive equipment may be damaged by acid forming gases. fireres.cable R A M C R O B M S 568a/01
  33. 33. 34 www.ramcro.it FIRE RESISTANT CABLEBS 7629 CABLES MULTI-CORE, SILICON RUBBER INSULATION, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Solid or Flexible Bare Copper INSULATION Silicon Rubber COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP Tape+TC Drain Wire SHEATH MATERIAL HFFR Red STANDARD REFERENCES BS 7629-1 BS EN 50200 PH30 BS 8434-1 BS 5839-1 BS EN 50268-2 BS EN 50267-2-1 CABLES WITH SIL INSULATION - HFFR SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° CONDUCTOR FORMATION SCREEN OVERALL DIAM. (mm) MAX DC RESISTANCE CONDUCTOR (Ω/km) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) SAR0210HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1060 2x0.75 (Cl.1) 0.75 7.6 24.5 75 SSR0210HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1061 2x0.75 (Cl.1) - 7.5 24.5 83 SAR0310HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1062 3x0.75 (Cl.1) 0.75 7.9 24.5 95 SSR0310HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1063 3x0.75 (Cl.1) - 7.8 24.5 96 SAR0211HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1285 2x1.00 (Cl.1) 1.0 7.8 18.1 87 SSR0211HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1046 2x1.00 (Cl.1) - 7.7 18.1 90 SAR0311HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1064 3x1.00 (Cl.1) 1.0 8.1 18.1 104 SSR0311HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1065 3x1.00 (Cl.1) - 8.0 18.1 104 SAR0214HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1286 2x1.50 (Cl.1) 1.5 8.7 12.1 112 SSR0214HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1047 2x1.50 (Cl.1) - 8.6 12.1 116 SAR0314HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1066 3x1.50 (Cl.1) 1.5 9.1 12.1 136 SSR0314HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1067 3x1.50 (Cl.1) - 9.0 12.1 136 SAR0218HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1287 2x2.50 (Cl.1) 2.5 9.8 7.41 150 SSR0218HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1048 2x2.50 Cl.1) - 9.7 7.41 154 SAR0318HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1068 3x2.50 (Cl.1) 2.5 10.3 7.41 186 SSR0318HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1069 3x2.50 (Cl.1) - 10.2 7.41 184 SAS0240HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1288 2x4.00 (Cl.2) 4.0 11.3 4.61 211 SSS0240HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1049 2x4.00 (Cl.2) - 11.2 4.61 215 SAS0340HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1070 3x4.00 (Cl.2) 4.0 11.9 4.61 266 SSS0340HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1071 3x4.00 (Cl.2) - 11.8 4.61 262 COLOUR SCHEME 2 CORE: BROWN, BLUE 3 CORE: BROWN, BLACK, BLUE 4 CORE: BLUE, BROWN, BLACK, GREY UP TO 5 CORES: BLACK NUMBERED CHARACTERISTICS These special multicore cables are used for fire resistant and circuit integrity, and essentially to prevent life from smoke and noxious fumes, and where sensitive equipment may be damaged by acid forming gases. fireres.cable R A M C R O B M S 568c issue 4
  34. 34. 35 www.ramcro.it FIRE RESISTANT CABLEIEC 60331 CABLE MULTI-CORE, SILICON RUBBER INSULATION, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Solid or Flexible Bare Copper INSULATION Silicon Rubber COLLECTIVE SCREEN Aluminium/PETP Tape+BC Drain Wire SHEATH MATERIAL HFFR Red STANDARD REFERENCES EC 60331 BS EN 50267-2-1 BS EN 61034-2 CABLES WITH SIL INSULATION - HFFR SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° CONDUCTOR FORMATION SCREEN OVERALL DIAM. (mm) MAX DC RESISTANCE CONDUCTOR (Ω/km) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) SAR0210HFESL-F3-RB R1400 2x0.75 (Cl.1) 0.8 6.2 24.5 49 SSR0210HFESL-F3-RB R1401 2x0.75 (Cl.1) - 6.1 24.5 56 SAR0310HFESP-F3-RB R1402 3x0.75 (Cl.1) 0.8 6.5 24.5 62 SSR0310HFESP-F3-RB R1403 3x0.75 (Cl.1) - 6.4 24.5 67 SAR0211HFESL-F3-RB R1050 2x1.00 (Cl.1) 0.8 6.8 18.1 61 SSR0211HFESL-F3-RB R1290 2x1.00 (Cl.1) - 6.7 18.1 72 SAR0311HFESP-F3-RB R1404 3x1.00 (Cl.1) 0.8 7.2 18.1 75 SSR0311HFESP-F3-RB R1405 3x1.00 (Cl.1) - 7.1 18.1 82 SAR0214HFESL-F3-RB R1051 2x1.50 (Cl.1) 0.8 7.3 12.1 70 SSR0214HFESL-F3-RB R1291 2x1.50 (Cl.1) - 7.6 12.1 83 SAR0314HFESP-F3-RB R1406 3x1.50 (Cl.1) 0.8 7.2 12.1 93 SSR0314HFESP-F3-RB R1409 3x1.50 (Cl.1) - 7.6 12.1 103 SAR0218HFESL-F3-RB R1052 2x2.50 (Cl.1) 0.8 8.0 7.41 92 SSR0218HFESL-F3-RB R1292 2x2.50 Cl.1) - 7.9 7.41 108 SAR0318HFESP-F3-RB R1408 3x2.50 (Cl.1) 0.8 8.5 7.41 123 SSR0318HFESP-F3-RB R1409 3x2.50 (Cl.1) - 8.3 7.41 136 SAS0240HFESL-F3-RB R1054 2x4.00 (Cl.2) 0.8 10.3 4.61 152 SSS0240HFESL-F3-RB R1293 2x4.00 (Cl.2) - 10.2 4.61 189 SAS0340HFESP-F3-RB R1410 3x4.00 (Cl.2) 0.8 10.9 4.61 200 SSS0340HFESP-F3-RB R1411 3x4.00 (Cl.2) - 10.8 4.61 225 COLOUR SCHEME 2 CORE: BROWN, BLUE 3 CORE: BROWN, BLACK, BLUE 4 CORE: BLUE, BROWN, BLACK, GREY UP TO 5 CORES: BLACK NUMBERED CHARACTERISTICS These special multicore cables are used for fire resistant and circuit integrity, and essentially to prevent life from smoke and noxious fumes, and where sensitive equipment may be damaged by acid forming gases. fireres.cable R A M C R O B M S 568d issue 2
  35. 35. 36 www.ramcro.it FIRE RESISTANT CABLEBS 6387 CWZ - BS7846 - FIREGROUND CABLES MULTI-CORE, SILICON RUBBER INSULATION, SWA ARMOUR, HFFR SHEATH CONSTRUCTION CONDUCTOR Multistrand Bare Copper INSULATION Silicon Rubber COLLECTIVE SCREEN N.A. INNER MATERIAL HFFR ARMOUR Galvanized Steel Wire Amour OUTHER SHEATH HFFR (Red) STANDARD REFERENCES BS 6387 CWZ BS EN 50267-2-1 BS 7846 IEC 60502 IEC 60332-3-24 IEC 60332-1 IEC 60331-21 RoHS directivies CABLES WITH SIL INSULATION - HFFR SHEATH CABLE CODE PART N° CONDUCTOR OVERALL DIAM. (mm) MAX DC RESISTANCE CONDUCTOR (Ω/km) WEIGHT (Kg/Km) SSS0225AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7846 2x2.50 14.6 7.98 564.0 SSS0325AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7847 3x2.50 15.2 7.98 617.0 SSS0425AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7848 4x2.50 16.3 7.98 670.0 SSS0525AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7849 5x2.50 17.1 7.98 722.0 SSS0240AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7850 2x4.00 14.3 4.95 630.0 SSS0340AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7851 3x4.00 17.0 4.95 677.0 SSS0440AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7852 4x4.00 18.0 4.95 702.0 SSS0540AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7853 5x4.00 19.0 4.95 758.0 SSS0260AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7854 2x6.00 18.1 3.30 762.0 SSS0360AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7855 3x6.00 18.9 3.30 801.0 SSS0460AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7856 4x6.00 20.1 3.30 844.0 SSS0560AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7857 5x6.00 21.5 3.30 894.0 SSS0211AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7858 2x10.00 20.5 1.91 968.0 SSS0311AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7859 3x10.00 21.2 1.91 1033.0 SSS0411AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7860 4x10.00 22.8 1.91 1103.0 SSS0511AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7861 5x10.00 24.4 1.91 1255.0 SSS0216AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7862 2x16.00 23.9 1.21 1.371.0 SSS0316AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7863 3x16.00 25.0 1.21 1.413.0 SSS0416AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7864 4x16.00 25.8 1.21 1.523.0 SSS0516AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7865 5x16.00 28.7 1.21 1701.0 SSS0227AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7866 2x25.00 25.9 0.78 1.712.0 SSS0327AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7867 3x25.00 27.1 0.78 1.788.0 SSS0427AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7868 4x25.00 29.2 0.78 2.001.0 SSS0527AFESL-(F3)IR-RB R7869 5x25.00 31.5 0.78 2.216.0 COLOUR SCHEME 2 CORE: BROWN, BLUE UP TO 2 CORES: BLACK NUMBERED CHARACTERISTICS Fire resistant, low fire hazard armoured power and control cable. Use for fire performance circuits in pubblics buildings. fireres.cable 568e
  36. 36. 37 COMPARISON BETWEEN EUROPEAN & UNITED STATES CABLE DESIGN BASICS Europe USA Focus on SAFETY = SAVING LIVES Focus Focus on REDUCING INSURANCE CLAIMS Low Voltage Directive Directives National Electrical Code 220 Volt, 50 Hz Power supply system 120 Volt, 60 Hz More radial thickness of insulation Cable basics More copper in conductors IEC-EN and National Standards Standards UL standards Cable specs. in mm, N, etc. Units Cable specs. in inches, lbs, etc. 70 °C (is equal to 80 °C in USA) Temperature Ratings 80 °C (Is equal to 70 °C in Europe) 300 / 500 Vrms Voltage Ratings 300 Vrms 450 / 750 Vrms 600 Vrms IEC 60332-1 Retardancy levels UL1581 – VW-1 IEC 60332-3-24 (former 3C) UL1685 RoHS compliant Environmental requirements A number of states banned Hg and PBDE CE Marking The CE marking certifi es that a product has met EU consumer safety, health or environmental requirements. By affi xing the CE marking to a product, the manufacturer – on his sole responsi- bility – declares that it meets EU safety, health and environmental requirements or, if stipulated in the directive(s), it had to be examined by a notifi ed conformity assessment body. Quality assurance UL Approval / Listing UL does not approve products. Rather it evaluates products for compliance to specifi c requirements, and permits accep- table products to carry a UL certifi cation mark, as long as they remain compliant with the standards. Products under the UL listing service are said to be “UL Listed, ”identifi ed by the distinctive UL mark. CONVERSION Europe 1 mm = 0.03937 inches 1 m = 3.2808 feet (305 m = 1000 feet) 1 m = 1.0936 feet 1 km = 0.6214 miles 1 kg/km = 0.6719 lbs/1000 ft 1 ohm/km = 0.3048 ohm/1000 ft 1 N = 0.2248 lbs force -40 °C = -40 °F -30 °C = -22 °F 0 °C = 32 °F 60 °C = 90 °F 75 °C = 167 °F 90 °C = 194 °F USA 1 inch = 25,4 mm 1 feet = 0.3048 m 1 yard = 0.9144m 1 mile = 1.6093 km 1 lbs/1000 ft = 1.488 kg/km 1 ohm/1000 ft = 3.2808 ohm/km 1 lbs force = 0.2248 N -40 °F = -40 °C -22 °F = -30 °C 32 °F = 0 °C 90 °F = -60 °C 167 °F = -75 °C 194 °F = -90 °C Common Occurring Conversion AWG 24 22 - 20 19/18 18 18/17 16 15/16 14 14/13 12 - 11 Cir. mils 404 640 987 1029 1481 1620 1974 2580 2961 4110 4935 6530 7896 8230 mm2 0.205 0.324 0.5 0.521 0.75 0.821 1.0 1.371 1.5 2.082 2.5 3.309 4.0 4.170 From To Multiply by To Multiply by To Multiply by Circular mils Square inches 0.0000007854 Square Mils 0.7854 mm2 0.0005067 Square inches Circular mils 1,273.240 Square Mils 1,000,000.00 mm2 645.16 mm2 Square inches 0.00155 Square Mils 1550.01 Circular mils 1,973.53 Square feet Square inches 0.0929 glossary
  37. 37. 38 www.ramcro.it Amp (A) = Ampere: The unit of electric current. AC: Alternating current, e.g. 50 or 60 Hz AC power. ACR: Attenuation Crosstalk Ratio. The difference between attenuation and crosstalk. Important characteristic in transmission to assure that the transmitted signal is stronger at the receiving end of the cable than are any interference signals imposed on that same pair by crosstalk from other pairs. Alpet: aluminium foil covered with polyester. Alu braid: braiding of woven aluminium wires ANSI: American National Standards Institute Attenuation: is the gradual loss in intensity of signals in electrical circuits. The unit of Attenuation is decibel (dB). AWG: American wire gauge, is a standardized wire gauge system used since 1857 predominantly in the United States and Canada for the diameters of round, solid, nonferrous, electrically conducting wire. B.C. = BC: Bare Copper, mostly referring to a conductor or braid. Bending radius: the radius that a cable can be bend without any detrimental effects on transmission performance. Braid or Braiding: is a structure or pattern formed by intertwining of commonly 16 strands of wires. B. S.: British Standards are the standards produced by BSI Group which is incorporated under a Royal Charter (and which is formally designated as the National Standards Body (NSB) for the UK). Cable core: two or more wires or pairs stranded. Good twisting is necessary otherwise the cable can hardly be bend and will lose performance after a few bends. Category cables: high performance twisted pair cables for local area networking = structured wiring or cabling. Cables range from Cat 3 to Cat 7a. The higher the number, the greater the bandwidth and the better the performance. Cat 3 Cable supports 10 Base-T Standard for bandwidths up to 10 Mbps over a maximum distance of 100 metres. They can support frequencies in the range up to 10 MHz. Cat 5/5e Cable supports 100 Base-T Standard for bandwidths up to 100 Mbps over a maximum distance of 100 metres. They can support frequencies in the range up to 100 MHz. Cat 5e cables can support 1000 Base-T as well. Cat 6 Cable supports 1000 Base-T Standard for bandwidths up to 1000 Mbps over a maximum distance of 100 metres. Cat 6 standard can support frequencies in the range up to 250 MHz. They also support 10GE (10Gig Ethernet) bandwidth over limited distances. Cat 6A Cable supports 10G Base-T standard for bandwidths up to 10 Gbps over a maximum distance of 100 metres. Cat 6A standard can support frequencies in the range up to 500 MHz. Cat 7 Cable supports 10G Base-T standard for bandwidths up to 10 Gbps over a maximum distance of 100 metres. Cat 7 standard can support frequencies in the range up to 600 MHz. It offers better performance and improved cross talk suppression over the Cat 6A cables. Cat 7A Cable supports 10G Base-T standard for bandwidths up to 10 Gbps over a maximum distance of 100 metres. In addition to this, they can also support 40 Gbps bandwidth for around 50 metres and 100 Gbps bandwidth for around 15 metres. They support frequencies in the range up to 1000 MHz. Cat 8 Cable supports frequencies in the range up to 1200 MHz. Under development. No applications yet. CATV: Community Antenna Television, also often used to mean Cable TV. It is a system of providing television to consumers through or optical fi bre cables. High-speed Internet, telephony, and similar non television services may also be provided. CCTV: Closed-circuit television is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specifi c place, on a limited set of monitors. Circuit integrity: refers to the operability of electrical circuits during a fi re. It is a form of fi re-resistance rating. Coaxial Cable or coax: an electrical cable with a centre conductor surrounded by a tubular insulating layer = the dielectric, surrounded by a tubular conducting screen = the outer conductor, surrounded by an outer sheath. The term coaxial comes from the centre conductor and the outer screen sharing the same geometric axis. Conductor: most familiar conductors are metallic. Copper or tinned copper is the most common material used for electrical wiring. Silver is also in use as a conductor and out performs copper, but is expensive. Crosstalk (XT): any phenomenon by which a signal transmitted on one circuit of a transmission system creates an undesired effect in another circuit. Crosstalk is usually caused by undesired capacitive, inductive, or conductive coupling from one circuit (mostly a pair) to another (pair). Current: electric current is a fl ow of electric charge through a medium. This fl owing electric charge is typically carried by moving electrons in a conductor such as wire. The unit of current is Ampere. DC: Direct Current. DC Resistance: the resistance of an object is defi ned as the ratio of voltage across it to the direct current through it. The unit of resistance is Ohm. Dielectric: the insulation between centre and outer conductor (screen) of coaxial cables. Mostly solid or foam (= cellular) polyethylene (PE). Distortion: the alteration of the original shape (or other characteristic) of an object, image, sound, waveform or other form of information or representation. Distortion is usually unwanted, and often many methods are employed to minimize it in practice. Drain wire: a conductor in contact with the foil (of a screen) in order to terminate the screen. Also referred to a Continuity Wire. The preferred drain wire is tinned copper wire(s). Decibel (dB): is a logarithmic unit that indicates the ratio of a physical quantity (usually power or intensity) relative to a specifi ed or implied reference level. A ratio in decibels is ten times the logarithm to base 10 of the ratio of two power quantities. ELFEXT: the Equal-Level Far-End Crosstalk (ELFEXT) test measures Far-End Crosstalk (FEXT). FEXT is very similar to NEXT, but happens at the receiver side of the connection. Due to impedance on the line, crosstalk diminishes the signal as it gets further away from the transmitter. Because of this, FEXT is usually less detrimental to a signal than NEXT, but still important nonetheless. EIA: Electronic Industries Association. This body ceased operations on 28 February 2011. The former sectors of EIA are the Electronic Components Association (ECA), JEDEC, Government Electronics and Information Technology Association (GEIA), and are now part of TechAmerica, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), and Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). EN: European Norms maintained by CEN (European Committee for Standardization), CENELEC (European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization) and ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute). Farad: the unit of capacitance. FPE: Foam Polyethylene (PE) = closed cells with gas in PE in order to reduce the dielectric constant. Often used as dielectric in coaxial cables. The gas may be generated by chemical decomposition during extrusion of the insulation (chemical foaming or blowing) or by injection into the polymer melt within the extruder (physical foaming or blowing). FAS Cables: cables for fi re detection and alarm systems Far end crosstalk (FEXT): Interference between two pairs of a cable measured at the other end of the cable from the transmitter. glossary
  38. 38. 39 www.ramcro.it FR: can mean Flame Retardant or Fire Retardant or Fire Resistant. Flame Retardant: are cables passing the vertical wire test of IEC 60332-1 or UL 1581 VW-1). Fire Retardant: are cables passing the bundle test of IEC 60332-2-24 or UL 1685 Vertical Tray. Fire Resistant: are cables with a circuit integrity of a specifi ed time. Frequency: is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit time. The unit of frequency is Hertz (Hz). G.P. Bus: General Purpose Bus Application Headroom: in case of testing category cables this is the average of the difference between worst case margin and the specifi ed value. Henry (H): unit of inductance. Hertz (Hz): unit of frequency. 1 Hz means that an event repeats once per second. HFFR = Halogen-Free, Flame or Fire Retardant Impedance: the ratio of voltage applied to the current is called the input impedance; the input impedance of the infi nite line is called the characteristic impedance. Insertion Loss: also referred to as attenuation, refers to the loss of signal strength at the far end of a line compared to the signal that was introduced into the line. This loss is due to the electrical resistance of the copper cable, the loss of energy through the cable insulation and the impedance caused by the connectors. Insertion loss is usually expressed in decibels dB with a minus sign. Insertion loss increases with distance and frequency. For every 6dB of loss, the original signal will be half the original amplitude. Inductance: is the property of an electrical circuit causing voltage to be generated proportional to the rate of change in current in a circuit. This property also is called self inductance to discriminate it from mutual inductance, describing the voltage induced in one electrical circuit by the rate of change of the electric current in another circuit. Insulation: insulations are coating applied to conductor to isolate the conductors. Insulation materials are applied to provide good strippability. The physical properties are in accordance with BS EN 50290-2. Individually screened pair: a pair with a helically applied (= as a spiral) Aluminium/Polyester (Alpet) foil. A drain wire may also be included under the screen in Cat 7 cables. Jacket = sheath: This is the outer protective polymer surrounding the cable core. Lay-length: The length measured along the axis of a wire or cable required for a single strand (in stranded wire) or conductor (in cable) to make one complete turn about the axis of the conductor or cable. In a twisted pair cable, the lay length is the distance it takes for the two wires to completely twist around each other. Lay length is also known as pitch length. Local Area Network (LAN): any communication network for connecting computers within a building or small group of buildings. m = metre: S.I. unit of measure of length MHz = Megahertz: 1 MHz = one million Hertz. Near End Crosstalk (NEXT): Interference between two pairs in a cable measured at the same end of the cable as the transmitter. Polyolefien: is a polymer produced by polymerisation of a simple olefin (also called an alkene) as a monomer, for example Polyethylene or Polypropylene. PA = Polyamide PE = Polyethylene PP = Polypropylene. PVC = Polyvinyl Chloride. Power Sum ELFEXT (PSELFEXT): is the sum of FEXT values from 3 wire pairs as they affect the other wire pair. Pair: two twisted – colour coded – insulated wires. Quad: a four conductor cable core or unit, symmetrical stranded or twisted together. Rated Temperature: the maximum continuous temperature that the cable can withstand during its lifetime. It is generally limited by the thermal aging characteristics of the plastics used to insulate and/or jacket the wire. Rated Voltage: the maximum voltage at which a cable can operate for extended periods without undue degradation or safety hazard. Resistance: the electrical resistance of a conductor measures its opposition to the passage of an electric current; the inverse quantity is electrical conductance, measuring how easily electricity fl ows along a certain path. The unit of electrical resistance is the ohm (Ω), while electrical conductance is measured in Siemens (S). Return Loss (RL): the Return or Refl ection Loss of a line is the ratio of the power refl ected back from the line to the power transmitted into the line. RL is expressed in decibels (dB). The RL of coaxial cables is the loss of signal power resulting from the refl ection caused at a discontinuity in the cable. This discontinuity can be fl uctuations in dimensions and/or dielectric. Return Loss is also one of many parameters regulated by the requirements established for Category 5e and onwards cables. It is a measure of the refl ected energy from a transmitted signal. The larger the value, the less energy that is refl ected. Poor Return Loss fi gures of a circuit are quite often caused by poor termination (connec- tors). Screen: a cable screen acts as a Faraday cage to reduce electrical noise from affecting the signals, and to reduce electromagnetic radiation that may interfere with other parts in a cable or other cables. The screen minimizes capacitive coupled noise from other electrical sources. For more info regarding screens: see also the Technical Information section. SMATV = Satellite Master Antenna Television, and refers to a system that uses multiple satellite and broadcast signals to create a single integrated cable signal for distribution to a cabling network Solid BC: one solid conductor of bare copper. Solid TC: one solid conductor of tinned copper T.C. = TC = Tinned Copper Conductor TIA: the Telecommunications Industry Association is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to develop voluntary industry standards for a wide variety of telecommunica- tions products. Volt = Voltage = unit of electric, expressed with the symbol V. Wire = Conductor with Insulation and also referred to as a Core in some specifi cations. glossary
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  41. 41. 42 www.ramcro.it COAXIALCABLEFINDER APPLICATION INNER CONDUCTOR SCREENSHEATH RG-59RG-6RG-11 PAGE CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN° CCTV SOLIDBCBRAIDBCPVCRG59-RBR1028RG6-RBR1029RG11R103027 SOLIDBCBRAIDBCHFFRRG59-ZA-RBR1428RG6-ZA-RBR1429RG11-ZAR143027 FLEXBCBRAIDBCPVCRG59-FLEX-RBR1275RG6-FLEX-RBR1276RG11-FLEXR127728 SMATV CATV CCSFOIL+ALBRAIDPVCRG59-FA-RBR1025RG6-FA-RBR1026RG11-FAR102728 CCSQUADSCREENPVCRG59-QS-RBR1256RG6-QS-RBR1257RG11-QSR124128 HDTV SOLIDBCFOIL+TCBRAIDPVCRG59-FTC-RBR1229RG6-FTC-RBR1279RG11-FTCR128029 SOLIDBCFOIL+TCBRAIDHFFRRG59-ZA-FTC-RBR1378RG6-ZA-FTC-RBR1379RG11-ZA-FTCR138029 DATALANCABLECABLEFINDER APPLICATIONSHEATH UTPFTPU-UTPU-FTPS-FTP PAGE CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN° CAT5e PVCUTPLevel5-4x2x0.22-RBR1035FTPLevel54x2x0.22C1036------19 HFFRUTPLevel5-4x2x0.22ZA-RBR1235FTPLevel54x2x0.22ZAC1236------19 CAT6 PVCUTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-RBR1037FTPLevel64x2x0.22C1038------19 HFFRUTPLevel6-4x2x0.22ZA-RBR1237FTPLevel64x2x0.22ZAC1238------20 CAT6a PVC----------20 HFFR----UUTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-RBC1200UFTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-RBC1053-21 CAT7HFFR--------SFTPLevel7-RBC103921 CAT7aHFFR--------SFTPLevel7-ZA-RBC120122 CAT5e-PATCH PVCUTPLevel5-4x2x0.22-Patch-RBR1500FTPLevel54x2x0.22-Patch-RBC1520------23 HFFRUTPLevel5-4x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RBR1510FTPLevel54x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RBC1530------23 CAT6-PATCH PVCUTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-Patch-RBC1540FTPLevel64x2x0.22-Patch-BRC1560------24 HFFRUTPLevel6-4x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RBC1550FTPLevel64x2x0.22ZA-Patch-RBC1570------24 cablefinder
  42. 42. 43 www.ramcro.it FIREDETECTIONANDALARMSYSTEMScableFINDER APPLICATION NO.OF PAIRS CONDUCTORSSIZE→AWG18AWG16AWG14AWG12 PAGE SCREENSHEATHCABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN° FPLR UL1424 1YesPVCSAR0203HFOCH-RBR1040SAR0202HFOCH-RBR1041SAR0201HFOCH-RBR1042SAR0252HFOCH-RBR104330 1NoPVCSSR0203HFOCH-RBR1135SSR0202HFOCH-RBR1136SSR0201HFOCH-RBR1137SSR0252HFOCH-RBR113830 FIRERESISTANTCABLEFINDER ApplicationCores Cond.size Screen Sheath 0.75mm2 1.0mm2 1.5mm2 2.5mm2 4.0mm2 Page CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN° BS 6387 2YesHFFRSAR0210HFESL-IE-RBR1284SAR0211HFESL-IE-RBR1283SAR0214HFESL-IE-RBR1044SAR0218HFESL-IE-RBR1045SAS0240HFESL-IE-RBR128933 2NoHFFRSSR0210HFESL-IE-RBR1139SSR0211HFESL-IE-RBR1140SSR0214HFESL-IE-RBR1141SSR0218HFESL-IE-RBR1142SSS0240HFESL-IE-RBR114333 3YesHFFRSAR0310HFESL-IE-RBR1159SAR0311HFESL-IE-RBR1160SAR0314HFESL-IE-RBR1161SAR0318HFESL-IE-RBR1162SAS0340HFESL-IE-RBR116333 3NoHFFRSSR0310HFESL-IE-RBR1149SSR0311HFESL-IE-RBR1150SSR0314HFESL-IE-RBR1151SSR0318HFESL-IE-RBR1152SSS0340HFESL-IE-RBR115333 BS 7629 2YesHFFRSAR0210HFESL-F3EN30-RBR1060SAR0211HFESL-F3EN30-RBR1285SAR0214HFESL-F3EN30-RBR1286SAR0218HFESL-F3EN30-RBR1287SAS0240HFESL-F3EN30-RBR128834 2NoHFFRSSR0210HFESL-F3EN30-RBR1061SSR0211HFESL-F3EN30-RBR1046SSR0214HFESL-F3EN30-RBR1047SSR0218HFESL-F3EN30-RBR1048SSS0240HFESL-F3EN30-RBR104934 3YesHFFRSAR0310HFESP-F3EN30-RBR1062SAR0311HFESP-F3EN30-RBR1064SAR0314HFESP-F3EN30-RBR1066SAR0318HFESP-F3EN30-RBR1068SAS0340HFESP-F3EN30-RBR107034 3NoHFFRSSR0310HFESP-F3EN30-RBR1063SSR0311HFESP-F3EN30-RBR1065SSR0314HFESP-F3EN30-RBR1067SSR0218HFESP-F3EN30-RBR1069SSS0340HFESP-F3EN30-RBR107134 IEC 60331 2YesHFFRSAR0210HFESL-F3-RBR1400SAR0211HFESL-F3-RBR1050SAR0214HFESL-F3-RBR1051SAR0218HFESL-F3-RBR1052SAS0240HFESL-F3-RBR105435 2NoHFFRSSR0210HFESL-F3-RBR1401SSR0211HFESL-F3-RBR1290SSR0214HFESL-F3-RBR1291SSR0218HFESL-F3-RBR1292SSS0240HFESL-F3-RBR129335 3YesHFFRSAR0310HFESP-F3-RBR1402SAR0311HFESP-F3-RBR1404SAR0314HFESP-F3-RBR1406SAR0318HFESP-F3-RBR1408SAS0340HFESP-F3-RBR140135 3NoHFFRSSR0310HFESP-F3-RBR1403SSR0311HFESP-F3-RBR1405SSR0314HFESP-F3-RBR1409SSR0318HFESP-F3-RBR1409SSS0340HFESP-F3-RBR141135 ApplicationCores 2.50mm2 4.00mm2 6.00mm2 10.00mm2 16.00mm2 16.00mm2 Page CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN°CABLECODEPARTN° FIRE- GROUND BS6387 CWZ BS7846 2SSS0225AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7846SSS0240AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7850SSS0260AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7854SSS0211AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7858SSS0216AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7862SSS0227AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR786636 3SSS0325AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7847SSS0340AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7851SSS0360AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7855SSS0311AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7859SSS0316AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7863SSS0327AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR786736 4SSS0425AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7848SSS0440AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7852SSS0460AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7856SSS0411AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7860SSS0416AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7864SSS0427AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR786836 5SSS0525AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7849SSS0540AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7853SSS0560AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7857SSS0511AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7861SSS0516AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR7865SSS0527AFESL-(F3)IR-RBR786936 cablefinder
  43. 43. 44 CABLE CODE PART N° BELDEN B3/BT PAIGE DESCRIPTION PAGE SAS0201HBAXH-RB R1001 5100FE C1001 454648AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (2x14 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0201HBAXH-RB R1002 5100UE C1002 454674AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (2x14 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0301HBAXX-RB R1003 5101FE C1003 - MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (3x14 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0301HBAXX-RB R1004 5101UE C1004 4546741GR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (3x14 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0401HBAXX-RB R1005 5102FE C1005 - MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (4x14 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0401HBAXX-RB R1006 5102UE C1006 454675AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (4x14 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0203HBAXH-RB R1007 5200FE C1007 454627AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (2x16 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0203HBAXH-RB R1008 5200UE C1008 454656AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (2x16 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0303HBAXX-RB R1009 5201FE C1009 454927AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (3x16 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0303HBAXX-RB R1010 5201UE C1010 454673AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (3x16 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0403HBAXX-RB R1011 5202FE C1011 454686AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (4x16 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0403HBAXX-RB R1012 5202UE C1012 454619AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (4x16 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0205HBAXH-RB R1013 5300FE C1013 454625AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (2x18 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0205HBAXH-RB R1014 5300UE C1014 - MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (2x18 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0305HBAXX-RB R1015 5301FE C1015 454684AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (3x18 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0305HBAXX-RB R1016 5301UE C1016 454668AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (3x18 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0405HBAXX-RB R1017 5302FE C1017 454626AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (4x18 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0405HBAXX-RB R1018 5302UE C1018 454643AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (4x18 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0206HBAXH-RB R1019 5400FE C1019 454680AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (2x20 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0206HBAXH-RB R1020 5400UE C1020 454666AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (2x20 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0306HBAXX-RB R1021 5401FE C1021 454681AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (3x20 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0306HBAXX-RB R1022 5401UE C1022 454618AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (3x20 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 SAS0406HBAXX-RB R1023 5402FE C1023 454682AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (4x20 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0406HBAXX-RB R1024 5402UE C1024 454667AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (4x20 AWG) NO SCREEN 5 RG6-FA-RB R1026 9116 C1026 - RG 6 COAXIAL CABLE 27 RG11-FA-RB R1027 1523A C1027 - RG 11 COAXIAL CABLE 27 RG59-RB R1028 543945 C1028 454800ABLS RG 59 COAXIAL CABLE 27 RG6-RB R1029 533945 C1029 454802ABLS RG 6 COAXIAL CABLE 27 RG11-RB R1030 513945 C1030 - RG 11 COAXIAL CABLE 27 Cat3-2P-RB R1031 1227A1 C1031 - CAT 3 UTP CABLE 24 Cat3-25P-RB R1032 1232A1 C1032 - CAT 3 UTP CABLE 24 Cat3-50P-RB R1033 - C1033 - CAT 3 UTP CABLE 24 Cat3-100P-RB R1034 - C1034 - CAT 3 UTP CABLE 24 UTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-RB R1037 7965E C1037 - CAT 6 UTP CABLE 21 FTPLevel6-4x2x0.22-RB R1038 7860E C1038 - CAT 6 FTP CABLE 21 SFTPLevel7-RB R1039 1885ENH C1039 - CAT 7 ISTP CABLE 22 SAR0203HFOCH-RB R1040 9574 C1040 454722ARE FPLR UL 1424 (2x18 AWG PVC HTC 105°/CAM/HI-PVC) 31 SAR0202HFOCH-RB R1041 9575 C1041 454731ARE FPLR UL 1424 (2x16 AWG PVC HTC 105°/CAM/HI-PVC) 31 SAR0201HFOCH-RB R1042 9581 C1042 454726ARE FPLR UL 1424 (2x14 AWG PVC HTC 105°/CAM/HI-PVC) 31 SAR0252HFOCH-RB R1043 9583 C1043 454739ARE FPLR UL 1424 (2x12 AWG PVC HTC 105°/CAM/HI-PVC) 31 SAR0214HFESL-IE-RB R1044 - C1044 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (2x1.50 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 33 SAR0218HFESL-IE-RB R1045 - C1045 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (2x2.50 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 33 SSR0211HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1046 - C1046 - BS 7629 (2x1.00 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SSR0214HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1047 - C1047 - BS 7629 (2x1.50 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SSR0218HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1048 - C1048 - BS 7629 (2x2.50 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SSS0240HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1049 - C1049 - BS 7629 (2x4.00 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SAR0211HFESL-F3-RB R1050 - C1050 - IEC 60331 (2x1.00 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 35 SAR0214HFESL-F3-RB R1051 - C1051 - IEC 60331 (2x1.50 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 35 SAR0218HFESL-F3-RB R1052 - C1052 - IEC 60331 (2x2.50 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 35 SAS0240HFESL-F3-RB R1054 - C1054 - IEC 60331 (2x4.00 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 35 SAR0210HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1060 - C1060 - BS 7629 (2x0.75 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 34 SSR0210HFESL-F3EN30-RB R1061 - C1061 - BS 7629 (2x0.75 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SAR0310HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1062 - C1062 - BS 7629 (3x0.75 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 34 SSR0310HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1063 - C1063 - BS 7629 (3x0.75 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SAR0311HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1064 - C1064 - BS 7629 (3x1.00 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 34 CABLE PART N° INDEX cablepartn°
  44. 44. 45 CABLE CODE PART N° BELDEN B3/BT PAIGE DESCRIPTION PAGE SSR0311HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1065 - C1065 - BS 7629 (3x1.00 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SAR0314HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1066 - C1066 - BS 7629 (3x1.50 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 34 SSR0314HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1067 - C1067 - BS 7629 (3x1.50 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SAR0318HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1068 - C1068 - BS 7629 (3x2.50 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 34 SSR0318HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1069 - C1069 - BS 7629 (3x2.50 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 SAS0340HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1070 - C1070 - BS 7629 (3x4.00 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 34 SSS0340HFESP-F3EN30-RB R1071 - C1071 - BS 7629 (3x4.00 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 34 MAR0107HBADX-T-RB R1080 3105A C1080 - RS 485 PVC (1x2x22 AWG) TCWB 11 SSR0203HFOCH-RB R1135 9571 C1135 - FPLR UL 1424 (2x18 AWG PVC HTC 105°/No Screen/HI-PVC) 31 SSR0202HFOCH-RB R1136 9572 C1136 454731ARE FPLR UL 1424 (2x16 AWG PVC HTC 105°/No Screen/HI-PVC) 31 SSR0201HFOCH-RB R1137 9580 C1137 - FPLR UL 1424 (2x14 AWG PVC HTC 105°/No Screen/HI-PVC) 31 SSR0252HFOCH-RB R1138 9582 C1138 454733ARE FPLR UL 1424 (2x12 AWG PVC HTC 105°/No Screen/HI-PVC) 31 SSR0210HFESL-IE-RB R1139 - C1139 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (2x0.75 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSR0211HFESL-IE-RB R1140 - C1140 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (2x1.00 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSR0214HFESL-IE-RB R1141 - C1141 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (2x1.50 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSR0218HFESL-IE-RB R1142 - C1142 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (2x2.50 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSS0240HFESL-IE-RB R1143 - C1143 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (2x4.00 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSR0310HFESP-IE-RB R1149 - C1149 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x0.75 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSR0311HFESP-IE-RB R1150 - C1150 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x1.00 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSR0314HFESP-IE-RB R1151 - C1151 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x1.50 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSR0318HFESP-IE-RB R1152 - C1152 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x2.50 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SSS0340HFESP-IE-RB R1153 - C1153 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x4.00 SIL/No Screen/LSZH) 33 SAR0310HFESP-IE-RB R1159 - C1159 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x0.75 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 33 SAR0311HFESP-IE-RB R1160 - C1160 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x1.00 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 33 SAR0314HFESP-IE-RB R1161 - C1161 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x1.50 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 33 SAR0318HFESP-IE-RB R1162 - C1162 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x2.50 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 33 SAS0340HFESP-IE-RB R1163 - C1163 - BS 6387 C-W-Z (3x4.00 SIL/CAM/LSZH) 33 MAS0108HBAAH-T-RB R1181 9501 C1181 - RS 232 PVC (1x2x24 AWG) SCREENED 13 MAS0208HBAAH-T-RB R1182 9502 C1182 - RS 232 PVC (2x2x24 AWG) SCREENED 13 MAS0308HBAAH-T-RB R1183 9503 C1183 - RS 232 PVC (3x2x24 AWG) SCREENED 13 MAS0408HBAAH-T-RB R1184 9504 C1184 - RS 232 PVC (4x2x24 AWG) SCREENED 13 MAS0508HBAAH-T-RB R1185 9505 C1185 - RS 232 PVC (5x2x24 AWG) SCREENED 13 MAS0608HBAAH-T-RB R1186 9506 C1186 - RS 232 PVC (6x2x24 AWG) SCREENED 13 MAS0708HBAAH-T-RB R1187 9507 C1187 - RS 232 PVC (7x2x24 AWG) SCREENED 13 MAS0808HBAAH-T-RB R1188 9508 C1188 - RS 232 PVC (8x2x24 AWG) SCREENED 13 MAR0108HBADX-T-RB R1189 9841 C1189 - RS 485 PVC (1x2x24 AWG) TCWB 11 MAR0208HBADX-T-RB R1190 9842 C1190 - RS 485 PVC (1x2x24 AWG) TCWB 11 MAR0308HBADX-T-RB R1191 9843 C1191 - RS 485 PVC (1x2x24 AWG) TCWB 11 MAR0408HBADX-T-RB R1192 9844 C1192 - RS 485 PVC (1x2x24 AWG) TCWB 11 MAS0105HBAAN-T-RB R1193 8760 C1193 454625AGR G.P. BUS PVC (1x2x18 AWG) SCREENED 16 MAS0106HBAAN-T-RB R1195 8762 C1195 454680AGR G.P. BUS PVC (1x2x20 AWG) SCREENED 16 MAP0207HBADX-T-RB R1196 8723 C1196 743105 G.P. BUS PVC (2x2x22 AWG) IND.SCREENED 16 MAP0307HBADX-T-RB R1197 8777 C1197 4546225WH G.P. BUS PVC (3x2x22 AWG) IND.SCREENED 16 MSE0103HBAAN-T-RB R1198 8471 C1198 - G.P. BUS PVC (1x2x16 AWG) NO SCREENED 16 MAS0107HBAAN-T-RB R1199 8761 C1199 4546202GR G.P. BUS PVC (1x2x22 AWG) SCREENED 16 UTPLevel6A-4x2x0.22-RB R1200 - C1200 - CAT 6A UTP CABLE 22 MSE0105HBAAN-T-RB R1203 9740 C1203 - G.P. BUS PVC (1x2x18 AWG) NO SCREENED 16 SAS0605HBAXX-RB R1211 5304FE C1211 - MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (6x18 AWG) SCREENED 6 SSS0605HBAXX-RB R1212 5304UE C1212 454669AGR MULTI CONDUCTOR PVC (6x18 AWG) NO SCREENED 5 MAS0103HBAAN-T-RB R1213 8719 C1213 454627AGR G.P. BUS PVC (1x2x16 AWG) SCREENED 16 MAP0607HBADX-T-RB R1214 8778 C1214 - G.P. BUS PVC (6x22 AWG) IND.SCREENED 16 MAS0208HIADH-RB R1217 YE00820 C1217 - KNX PVC (2x2x0.8 mm) SCREENED 14 MAS0208HIEDH-RB R1218 YE00906 C1218 - KNX HFFR (2x2x0.8 mm) SCREENED 14 MAS0108HIADH-RB R1219 YE00819 C1219 - KNX PVC (1x2x0.8 mm) SCREENED 14 MAS0108HIEDH-RB R1220 YE00905 C1220 - KNX HFFR (1x2x0.8 mm) SCREENED 14 CABLE PART N° INDEX cablepartn°

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