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1 Low Smoke, Zero Halogen Communication & Control Cable New Product Training

2 Overview What are Halogens? Effects of Smoke Why Low Smoke, Zero Halogen Cables? Applications Cable Benefits Product Overview Multi-conductor Unshielded Multi-pair Shielded Additional Information June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited2

3 What are Halogens? Highly reactive elements Ex: Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine Very Stable, under normal conditions When Burned: Toxic gases are emitted These gases can create acid when mixed with water Acid is harmful to humans/animals Acid is highly corrosive to metals and most solids June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited3

4 Effects of Smoke Smoke inhalation accounts for the majority of fire related injuries Smoke can impede eyesight or cause temporary blindness during a fire LSZH compounds: Thermoplastic polymers Very light, or clearer smoke, is created during combustion Greatly increases visibility in the event of a fire June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited4

5 Why Low Smoke, Zero Halogen Cable? Deadly fires have increased awareness Improved safety standards stemming from the UK and EU More countries are adopting the new standards globally Many governments are requiring these cables for certain applications These cables can greatly decrease the risk of human harm during a fire Protection of capital equipment Bottom line: Keep people safe if there is a fire! June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited5

6 LSZH Applications Transportation Airports Trains/Train Stations Subways Buildings Hospitals Schools Municipal Commercial Arenas Confined-spaces, where public safety is critical June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited6

7 Cable Benefits Safety is #1 benefit Smooth, durable jackets Color-coded conductors Meets UL and CSA standards Passes IEC tests for: Flammability ( ) Acid Gas Generation ( , ) Smoke Emission ( ) RoHS and REACH approved Commonly used with: Intercoms, Security, Relays, Internal wiring, ticket machines, display boards, Serial Data, etc. June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited7

8 LSZH Communication and Control Cables Multi-Conductor, Unshielded Smaller diameters for tighter applications where noise is not a concern June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited8

9 LSZH Communication and Control Cables June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited9 Multi-Pair, Shielded Options EMI and noise protection Individually foiled pairs to eliminate pair to pair cross talk

10 Alpha Wire Product Family June 9, 2014Confidential: Unauthorized Use Prohibited10


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