1000 Ft. Fire Rated Half Inch Hard Line Plenum Cable (Red)
1000 Ft. Fire Rated Half Inch Hard Line Plenum Cable (Red)
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1000 Ft. Fire Rated Half Inch Hard Line Plenum Cable (Red). Ultra Low-Loss Coaxial Cable for Plenum Ceilings. This is Plenum-rated copper coaxial cable for public safety applications. Connectors not included. Purchase SC-CN-99 separately. This is an orange colored cable. This is UL Listed and Fire Rated Top Quality Plenum Cable branded under SureCall brand name.
1/2" Plenum-Rated Copper Coaxial Cable for Public Safety Applications - Red.
- UL-rated for plenum ceilings.
- 50 Ohm.
- Weatherproof, heat shrunk and tested.
- Spooled, connectors not included.
- N-Male plenum-rated connector for 1/2" cable is part # SC-CN-099.
Fire Retardant Properties:
Meets UL 444, CATV/CMP, and NFPA-262.
This longest thousand feet Plenum coaxial cable is very durable and high safety cable thanks to its rugged characteristics. It may not bend as easily because the flexibility is minimized due to the safety jacket insulation which protects it from external elements. However, its ruggedness and durability enables it to be used practically anywhere, indoors or outdoors because it meets maximum safety standard possible for cables.
SureCall Plenum rated cables are completely insulated with low smoke and low flame characteristics. Almost all large buildings utilize the ceiling for returning air to the central AC unit, thereby making it a plenum ceiling. This means all cables running through the ceiling need to be plenum rated cables. Our 1000ft. cables for plenums are rated to meet or exceed industry standard requirements.
What exactly is Plenum? In building construction, the "plenum" is the compartmental space that is used for air circulation in heating and air conditioning systems. It is typically between the structural ceiling and the suspended ceiling or under a raised floor. What is the standard used for manufacturing these type cables? All materials intended for use on wire and cables to be placed in plenum spaces are designed to meet rigorous fire safety test standards in accordance with NFPA 262 and outlined in NFPA 90A.
NFPA 90A is the Standard used for Installation of Air-Conditioning and Ventilating Systems. This cable for plenum spaces meets or exceeds industry standards. Please click the data sheet tab above to read detailed characteristics of this best in industry One Thousand Feet Plenum Cable (SCPLHALF1000).
Weight: 200 Lbs.
Construction Materials and Dimensions:
|Material: Copper Clad Aluminum Wire; Diameter: 0.189 inch
|Material: PE Spline; Diameter: 0.465 inch
|Material: Ring Corrugated Copper; Diameter: 0.543 inch
|Material: PVC, Plenum Rated; Diameter: 0.629 inch
|Inner conductor DC resistance
|0.486 Ohm/k. ft.
|Outer conductor DC resistance
|0.689 Ohm/k. ft.
|50 ±2 Ohm
|DC breakdown voltage
|>5X10 M-Ohm km
|Single: 2.76 inches; Repeated: 4.92 inches
|11.4 ft. lb.
|-4 to +185 Degrees Fahrenheit
|-40 to +140 Degrees Fahrenheit
|-67 to +185 Degrees Fahrenheit
|0.21 dB/100 ft.
|0.67 dB/100 ft.
|0.96 dB/100 ft.
|1.48 dB/100 ft.
|2.03 dB/100 ft.
|2.15 dB/100 ft.
|2.30 dB/100 ft.
|2.88 dB/100 ft.
|3.20 dB/100 ft.
|3.40 dB/100 ft.
|3.69 dB/100 ft.
|4.36 dB/100 ft.
|6.58 dB/100 ft.
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Website is easy to use with plain straight forward info but could have had more on testing signal strength to make sure you get a strong enough booster.
Therefore, please note that stated sq. ft. coverage is based on good signal outside. For best results: If outside signal is weak, we suggest choosing the next higher sq. ft. coverage kit. If outside signal is very weak, we suggest choosing the kit with even more higher sq. ft. range bracket. Basically, higher the sq. ft. bracket, the more powerful the signal amplifier with greater Gain as well as higher uplink and downlink output power.
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