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Datwyler Cable for Multipurpose - Orange


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  • Brand: Datwyler
  • Type: Cables
  • Compatible with: Multi
  • Color: Orange
  • Inner Conductor: AWG23 Bare copper wire
  • PE insulated conductor: 1.3 mm
  • Overall screen: Tinned braided copper
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Product details

  • Date First Available : 21 November 2019
  • Manufacturer : Datwyler
  • ASIN : B081TLFTS1

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Product Features:

  • Brand: Datwyler
  • Type: Cables
  • Compatible with: Multi
  • Color: Orange
  • Inner Conductor: AWG23 Bare copper wire
  • PE insulated conductor: 1.3 mm
  • Overall screen: Tinned braided copper
  • Outer sheath: FRNC/LS0H orange RAL 2003
  • Part Number: 609-14
  • Shielding: Screened
  • Construction: S/FTP
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor
  • Bandwidth (MHz): 600
  • Mantle: FRNC/LSOH
  • Construction of conductor: Solid
  • Core Diameter: AWG 23
  • Fire Class: Medium
  • Cable Length: 500 meters, 1000 meters
  • Packing: Reel
  • Model Number: 182924
  • Details: Electrically and mechanically superior quality Cat.6A data cable - exceeds the requirements of ISO/IEC 11801, IEC 61156-5, EN 50173-1 and prEN 50288-10-1. Excellent shielding effect due to individually screened pairs and overall copper braid. Compatible with all current connecting hardware in accordance with EN 50173 and ISO/IEC 11801.


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