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With its low smoke Plenum rated jacket, this cable is the choice for installing thru air plenums and ducts. Made of solid copper conductors to meet and exceed ANSI/TIA cabling standards.
Plenum Rated (CMP)
Plenum is a hidden space within a building which is used for HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) Plenum cable is coated with a fire-retardant coating.
Plenum cable must not burn easily and must not emit toxic fumes when exposed to extreme heat. Because of these requirements, plenum cable is more expensive than non-plenum cable. Plenum cable must pass Flame Test 6 (FT6).
Solid or Stranded?
Solid Cable is recommended for internal use, such as in between walls, between wiring closets, and for lengths over 25 feet. Recommended for use up to 100 meters (328 feet).
Stranded Cable is flexible alternative to solid cable. It is most commonly used to connect PC's and other end devices to routing devices in residential locations. Because of higher attenuation (signal fall-off) it is best for use in runs of 25 feet or less.
This cable can be used for Governmental projects. The Trade Agreement Act of 1979 outlines that US Government and affiliated entities with federal contracts are required to purchase only “end products” made or substantially transformed within the United States or other TAA compliant countries. “End products” meaning articles, materials and supplies to be acquired for public use. The TAA requires suppliers to certify that each “end product” meets these requirements. The TAA is intended to foster the growth and maintenance of a fair and open trading system. TAA compliance requires that the U.S. Government (including GSA) only acquires products that are USA-made or made in approved countries. This means that all products must be either manufactured or “substantially transformed” in the United States or a TAA compliant country. In the situation were a product is assembled or comprised of components from several different countries, the guideline applies to the last country that the product is in before imported to the United States. At least 50% of the production must be completed by a TAA compliant country. Read more at GSA.gov.