VC Commscope 2227V/WH 1000' Reel RG6 Quad Shield 3 GHz Plenum Coaxial Cable
|Approx. Wt. lb./1,000 ft.:||42|
|Braid %:||40% AND 60% BRAID AS QUAD SHIELD|
|Coax Type:||RG 6|
|Conductor Material:||COPPER CLAD STEEL|
|Conductor Size:||18 GAUGE AWG|
|Conductor Stranding/Dia. AWG & Type:||1/0.040/18/CCS|
|Conductor Type:||18 AWG Solid CCS|
|Conductor Type:||SOLID CONDUCTOR|
|Dielectric Material:||FFEP-FOAMED (CELLULAR)|
|Flooded:||NO NOT FLOODED OVER BRAID|
|Impedance:||75 OHM NOMINAL IMPEDANCE|
|Insulation Material (O.D. in.):||FFEP/0.170|
|Jacket Material Color (O.D. in.):||FR-PVC/WHT/0.260|
|Jacket Material:||FRPVC-SMOKE-GUARD OR FLAME RETARDANT PVC|
|NEC Rating:||UL LISTED ART 820 CABLE TV|
|Nom. O.D. (in.):||0.260|
|Outdoor:||NO NOT OUTDOOR GRADE MATERIAL|
|Screen/Shield Type:||QUAD SHIELD (F/B+F/B)|
|Shield Coverage:||2 Foil + 2-60% AL Braids|
Plenum cable is made of Fire Retardant Materials, will not burn easily nor emit toxic fumes when exposed to extreme heat. Because of these requirements, Plenum cable is more expensive than non-Plenum cable and Should be used to State and Local Building Codes. Only there will you find what They consider to be Plenum spaces. Consisting of 18 AWG Copper Covered Steel Center Conductor with Bonded Foil over Dialectric with 60% Braid, another Foil layer with a final 40% Aluminum Braid, encased in a White Plenum Low Smoke PVC Jacket... Professional Grade Plenum Rated Jacket RG6 Quad Shield cable is ideal for distributing signals from roof antenna, cable TV and satellite TV. Our cable is swept tested at 3GHz to ensure high performance. UL Listed. With its low smoke Plenum Jacket (CMP), it can be installed in air plenums and ducts in accordance with NEC Article 800.
Plenum (CMP Rated)
Plenum is a hidden space within a building which is used for HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)...
Plenum cable is cable that is laid in the plenum spaces of buildings. The plenum is the space that can facilitate air circulation for heating and air conditioning systems, by providing pathways for either heated/conditioned or return airflows. Space between the structural ceiling and the dropped ceiling or under a raised floor is typically considered plenum; however, some drop ceiling designs create a tight seal that does not allow for airflow and therefore may not be considered a plenum air-handling space. It is imperative that you research your State and Local Building Codes before Installation as to what constitutes a Plenum space and what can, and cannot be placed there. Even non-Plenum Drop ceilings as defined herein may be considered Plenum Spaces according to your Local Code. The plenum space may be used to house the communication cables for computer and telephone network only if the Codes are followed to the Letter of the Law.