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1 Qualified Partner Program Installation Cables Felice Guarna, Training Program Manager Wetzikon, Dec. 2005

2 Installation Cables / Page 2 Dec " R&Mfreenet " copper cables  Comprehensive range of twisted pair cables to set up the R&Mfreenet system  Screened and unscreened cables  Different jacket materials to meet safety standards  Bandwidths up to 1.2 GHz  All cables are 3P tested and listed  All cables comply with the current standards All cable values are measured after Installation Simulation

3 Installation Cables / Page 3 Dec Assortment of multi-pair cables voice backbones applications Cable typeCable materialAvailable lengths Cat 3 U/UTP multi-pairLS0H300 m reel Cat 5e U/UTP multi-pairLS0H300 m reel Cat 3 F/UTP multi-pairLS0H300 m reel Cat 5e F/UTP multi-pairLS0H300 m reel

4 Installation Cables / Page 4 Dec Assortment of 4 pair cables data applications Cable typeCable materialAvailable lengths Cat. 5e U/UTP PVC and LS0H 500 m reel, 305 m box Cat. 6 U/UTP PVC and LS0H 500 m reel Cat. 6 U/FTPLSFR0H 500 m reel Cat. 5e F/UTP PVC and LS0H 500 m reel, 305 m box Cat. 5e SF/UTPPVC and LSFR0H 500 m reel Cat. 6 S/FTPLS0H 500 m reel Cat. 7 S/FTP LSFR0H 500 m reel Multimedia S/FTPLSFR0H500 m reel

5 Installation Cables / Page 5 Dec Cat. 5e, 6, 7 and Multimedia cables Features  All cables comply with the ISO/IEC 11801, EN 50173, EN 50167, EN 50169, EIA/TIA 568A, prEN x-x specifications  Fulfill the stricter Cat. 5e requirements  Fulfill the latest Cat. 6 and 7 requirement  Fulfill the Industry proposed Standards where Official Standards are not available  All cables are 3P tested and certified  100 ohm versions  IEC color code  Operational temperature range: -20°C to +75°C

6 Installation Cables / Page 6 Dec Fire, smoke density and gas tests requirements IEC :  Test on one single cable IEC Cat. C:  Test on one bundle of cables IEC 61034:  Measuring the smoke density under the defined conditions IEC 60754:  Measuring the halogen gases during the combustion of plastic

7 Installation Cables / Page 7 Dec IEC fire test fire propagation  A gas burner is held against the cable for 1 minute continuously.  After 1 minute the gas burner is switched off. The cable must extinguish on its own. The burnt zone must not exceed 425 mm.  Simple test  PVC and LS0H pass this test

8 Installation Cables / Page 8 Dec IEC c fire test on bundles of cables fire propagation  Complete fire test. Carried out in a special fire chamber.  Approx. 100 pieces of cables required.  Fire duration 20 min. The flames must only spread on a height of 2.5m.  FR (Fire Retardant) cables have special additives.  Only LSFR0H pass this test.

9 Installation Cables / Page 9 Dec IEC smoke density test  Measuring the smoke density to assure escaping routes visibility during fire  PVC produces thick, black smoke (visibility ~ 10%). Test fails  Smoke doesn’t allow visibility of safety exits  Problematical in the cabling in air shafts.  LS (Low Smoke) cables produce less smoke (visibility ~ 90%). Test passes  Safety signs are visible.  People can be localized and rescued.

10 Installation Cables / Page 10 Dec IEC measuring halogen content of gases Measuring the quantity of halogen content produced during the combustion of materials of the cables  Halogen gases corrosiveness has double negative effects on: Human – intoxicate people causing death before fire Equipment – water used during fire extinguishing will contain chlorine which is highly corrosive for electronics  PVC contains elements which release halogen gas during combustion or carbonization  0H (Zero Halogen) cables produce no halogen gases.

11 Installation Cables / Page 11 Dec Features  Multi-pair cables for telephonic applications.  Suitable for voice, video (and data) transmission at frequencies of up to 16 MHz.  Dimension: pair x2x0.5 mm (AWG24).  Versions: 25, 50 or 100 pairs.  U/UTP or F/UTP versions.  LS0H cable jacket (IEC 332-1) Multi pair riser cables: Cat. 3

12 Installation Cables / Page 12 Dec Features  Multi-pair cables for telephonic applications.  Suitable for voice, video (and data) transmission at frequencies of up to 100 MHz.  Dimension: pair x2x0.5 mm (AWG24).  Versions: 25, 50 or 100 pairs.  U/UTP or F/UTP versions.  LS0H cable jacket (IEC 332-1) Multi pair riser cables: Cat. 5e

13 Installation Cables / Page 13 Dec Features  Unscreened 100 Ω installation cables.  4 pairs or Siamese (2x4pairs)  0.5 mm conductor diameter.  Electrical values far better than cabling Standards  Plastic foil as protection; no cutting into the conductor insulation.  PVC or LS0H cable jackets.  5.5 mm overall diameter (4 pair version). Installation cables, Cat. 5e, U/UTP

14 Installation Cables / Page 14 Dec Features  Unscreened 100 Ω installation cables  4 pairs only (no Siamese version).  0.57 mm conductor diameter.  7.1 mm max overall diameter.  Inner spacer to improve NEXT values.  Electrical values far better than cabling standard requirement even above 250 MHz  PVC and LS0H cable jackets. Installation cables, Cat. 6, U/UTP

15 Installation Cables / Page 15 Dec Installation cables, Cat. 6a, U/UTP 10G solution Features  Patented WARP technology  Unscreened 100 Ω cable (no Siamese version). .56mm conductor diameter  8.6mm overall diameter  Inner spacer to improve NEXT value  Aluminum interrupted foil to equalize ANEXT without increasing excessively the diameter  Electrical values far better than cabling standard requirement even above 650 MHz  LS0H cable jackets.

16 Installation Cables / Page 16 Dec Features  4 pairs individually foiled 100 Ω  Siamese version available  0.55 mm conductor diameter.  7 mm max (4 pairs version) overall diameter  Greatly improved NEXT values.  Electrical values far better than cabling standard requirement even above 250 MHz  LS0H cable jackets. Installation cables, Cat. 6, U/FTP

17 Installation Cables / Page 17 Dec Installation cables, Cat. 5e, F/UTP Features  Aluminum foil-screened, 100 Ω cables.  4 pairs or Siamese (2x4 pairs) version.  0.5 mm conductor diameter.  6.1 mm overall diameter.  Drain wire (0.5 mm) present  Mylar tape present  PVC and LS0H cable jackets.

18 Installation Cables / Page 18 Dec Installation cables, Cat. 5e, SF-UTP Features  Braided/foil-screened, 100 Ω installation cable: alu-foil and tin-plated copper braid for high and low frequency interference fields.  4 pairs or Siamese (2x4 pairs).  0.5 mm conductor diameter.  6.5 mm overall diameter.  PVC, LS0H and LSFR0H cable jackets.

19 Installation Cables / Page 19 Dec Features  4 Pair-screened 100 Ω installation cable.  4 pairs or Siamese version  0.55 mm conductor diameter.  7.4 mm overall diameter  41% surface covered by braid.  Cable trimmed to a small overall diameter (7.4 mm) and best performance (Cat. 7).  LS0H cable jacket.  Excellent NEXT AND ANEXT > 30dB ACR at 600 MHz. Installation cable Cat. 6e (600MHz), S/FTP

20 Installation Cables / Page 20 Dec Installation cables Cat. 7, S-FTP Features  4 Pair-screened 100 Ω installation cable.  4 pairs or Siamese version  0.58 mm conductor diameter.  7.9 mm overall diameter  65% surface covered by braid.  LSFR0H cable jacket.  Excellent NEXT AND ANEXT > 35dB ACR at 600 MHz.

21 Installation Cables / Page 21 Dec Features  Individually shielded pairs with overall, shielding braid.  Flame retardant/zero halogen according to IEC 332-3c.  4 pairs or 2x4 pairs.  0.64 mm conductor diameter.  8.2 mm overall diameter  65% optical braid coverage.  Excellent NEXT AND ANEXT > 17dB ACR at 1.2GHz. Installation cables Cat. 7 (1200 MHz), S-FTP


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