cabling system utp cat5e

The UTP Cat5e structured cabling system allows you to set up a generic telecommunications infrastructure within a building, creating a local area network (LAN). Category 5e is described within the TIA/EIA 568A, ISO/IEC 11801, EN 50173 and EN 50288-3-1 standards and can work at speeds of up to 1000Mbps within

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Cabling system UTP Cat.5e
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The UTP Cat5e structured cabling system allows you to set up a generic telecommunications infrastructure within a building, creating a local area network (LAN). Category 5e is described within the TIA/EIA 568A, ISO/IEC 11801, EN 50173 and EN 50288-3-1 standards and can work at speeds of up to 1000Mbps within an Ethernet environment, and can also carry other signals such as basic telephony, TokenRing and ATM services. Designed for transmission at frequencies up to 100MHz. The complete Cat5e UTP cabling system includes LSHF cable, female modules, 24 or 48 port panels, 50-port telephone panels, management panels, and colorful and different lenght patch cords.
No propagador de la llama
Libre halogenos
Humos baja opacidad
Baka corrosividad gases
Technical characteristics
1. Outer diameter
5,2 mm
2. Characteristic Impedance
100±15 Ohm (1-100 MHz)
3. Velocity of propagation
70%
4. Operating Tª
Fixed installation: -20°C to +60°C
5. Dielectric strength
1.0 kV d.c. o 0.7 kV a.c. during 1 min
2.5 kV d.c. o 1.7 kV a.c. during 2 s
Construction
1. Conductor
24AWG Solid copper
2. Insulation
Polyethylene
3. Assembly
4 twisted pairs wired together
4. Composition
2 conductors insulated and twisted toghether forming a pair
5. Outer sheath
Halogen-free compound
Standard colour: Violet
Standards
1. CPR Classification (Euroclass)
Dca
Standards / Properties
1. Flame Retardant
IEC 60332-1-[1,2]:2004
2. Halogen free
UNE-EN 60754 (IEC 60754)
3. Low smoke emission
UNE-EN 61034 (IEC 61034)
4. Ref. standard for drawing
ISO/IEC 11801:2011 (Ed. 2.2), IEC 61156-5:2009 (EEd. 2.0), EN 50173-1:2011, EN 50173-2:2007 A1:2010, EN 50173-2:2007 A1:2010, ANSI/TIA-568-C.2:2009