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CATLine CAT 6 S

CAT 6 Gigabit Ethernet cable, suitable for cable tracks with UL recognition, CSA approval

Marking for CATLine CAT 6 S: SAB BRÖCKSKES · D-VIERSEN · CATLine Cat.6 S 4x2x26AWG 1677-4630 UL AWM Style 20549 80°C 300V CSA AWM I/II A/B 80°C 300V FT2 CE

Marking for CATLine CAT 6 S: SAB BRÖCKSKES · D-VIERSEN · CATLine Cat.6 S 4x2x26AWG 1677-4630 UL AWM Style 20549 80°C 300V CSA AWM I/II A/B 80°C 300V FT2 CE

Application

This CAT 6 Gigabit Ethernet cable with UL/CSA approval is ideally suited for cable tracks. The track suitable CAT 6 cable can also be used wherever harsh industrial conditions prevail, e.g. high temperatures, contamination by oil and grease, aggressive chemicals or moisture. This is especially true in automation.

Outstanding features

  • UL recognized, CSA approved
  • suitable for cable tracks
  • halogen-free
  • flame retardant and self-extinguishing
  • very good oil resistance
  • good against aggressive chemicals

Additional information

  • +90°C on request
  • also possible as harnessed cable with M12 or RJ 45 plug

Construction

Dimension

4 x 2 x 26 AWG

Conductor

bare copper strands, fine wires

Insulation

special polymer

Colour code

white-blue/blue, white-orange/orange, white-green/green, white-brown/brown

Stranding

cores twisted to pairs, pairs together

Wrapping

non-woven tape

Screen

alu foil and tinned copper braiding

Wrapping

non-woven tape

Sheath material

PUR

Sheath colour

green (similar RAL 6018)

Dimension

4 x 2 x 26 AWG

Conductor

bare copper strands, fine wires

Insulation

special polymer

Colour code

white-blue/blue, white-orange/orange, white-green/green, white-brown/brown

Stranding

cores twisted to pairs, pairs together

Wrapping

non-woven tape

Screen

alu foil and tinned copper braiding

Wrapping

non-woven tape

Sheath material

PUR

Sheath colour

green (similar RAL 6018)

Technical data

Peak operating voltage

max. 90 V

Voltage UL/CSA

300 V

Testing voltage

core/core 2000 V

core/screen 2000 V

Min. bending radius

fixed laying: 5 x d

flexible application: 10 x d

continuously flexible: 15 x d

Temperature range VDE

VDE fixed laying: -40°C/+70°C

VDE flexible application: -40°C/+70°C

UL: up to + 80°C

Halogen-free

acc. to IEC 60754-1 + VDE 0482-754-1

Fire performance

flame retardant and self-extinguishing acc. to IEC 60332-1-2 + VDE 0482-332-1-2

UL Horizontal Flame Test FT2

Oil resistance

TMPU acc. to EN 50363-10-2 + VDE 0207-363-10-2

Characteristic impedance (100 MHz)

100Ω ± 10Ω, fulfils the electrical and transmission requirements

with high frequency with reference to EN 50288-5-2 / CAT 6

Flexibility

very good

UL Style

20549

Absence of harmful substances

acc. to RoHS directive of the European Union

Peak operating voltage

max. 90 V

Voltage UL/CSA

300 V

Testing voltage

core/core 2000 V

core/screen 2000 V

Min. bending radius

fixed laying: 5 x d

flexible application: 10 x d

continuously flexible: 15 x d

Temperature range VDE

VDE fixed laying: -40°C/+70°C

VDE flexible application: -40°C/+70°C

UL: up to + 80°C

Halogen-free

acc. to IEC 60754-1 + VDE 0482-754-1

Fire performance

flame retardant and self-extinguishing acc. to IEC 60332-1-2 + VDE 0482-332-1-2

UL Horizontal Flame Test FT2

Oil resistance

TMPU acc. to EN 50363-10-2 + VDE 0207-363-10-2

Characteristic impedance (100 MHz)

100Ω ± 10Ω, fulfils the electrical and transmission requirements

with high frequency with reference to EN 50288-5-2 / CAT 6

Flexibility

very good

UL Style

20549

Dimensions

item no.

no. of cores

cross section

max. core-ø

outer-ø ± 5%

copper figure

cable weight ca.

16774630826 AWG1,05 mm7,1 mm32 kg/km57 kg/km Send inquiry
item no.
no. of cores
cross section
max. core-ø
outer-ø ± 5%
copper figure
cable weight ca.
16774630
8
26 AWG
1,05 mm
7,1 mm
32 kg/km
57 kg/km

Other dimensions and colours are possible on request.

Highly flexible cables according to your special requirements

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