Category 6 Indoor/Outdoor LSZH

Category 6 Indoor - Outdoor LSZHCategory 6 Indoor - Outdoor LSZH

Construction:

  • Conductors: 23 AWG Solid Bare Copper
  • Insulation: Polyethylene
  • LSZH X-Web
  • Flooding Compound: Waterproof Gel
  • Jacket: Low Smoke, Zero Halogen

Compliance:

  • ETL Verified ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 Cat 6
  • UL Subject 444 Communications Cables
  • UL Listed Type CM-LS
  • Sunlight Resistant Per UL 2556
  • NEC Article 800
  • ICEA S-90-661
  • California State Fire Marshal
  • RoHS Compliant

Applications:

  • Gigabit Ethernet (1000Base-T)
  • Multimedia and ISDN
  • High Speed Voice/Data Applications
  • 1.2 Gbps Ethernet
  • Broadband Video
  • Security Cameras
  • Below Grade Ductwork
  • Slab on Grade Construction

Features:

  • Prevents against moisture migration
  • Exceeds the limited 50 ft. entrance of standard OSP cables

35952

Jacket ColorPart NumberSpec   
BLACK35952Spec

 

Physical Data

Nominal Cable Diameter (inches)0.290
Nominal Cable Weight (lbs./1,000 ft.)32.0
Installation Temperature Rating (Celsius) -20 to +60
Operation Temperature Rating (Celsius)-20 to +60

 

Category 6 Indoor/Outdoor CM-LS cable is designed for use outdoors in duct and aerial lashing as well as in wet locations indoors. Standard commercial Category 6 cables will allow moisture to ingress into the cable, causing it to fail in wet areas. Category 6 Indoor/Outdoor cable will maintain its performance in this environment.

Featuring an innovative design, this cable is flame retardant and fully water-blocked using a waterproof gel, which eliminates the use of a water-swellable tape. It is not suitable for direct burial. It is also approved for use beyond 50 ft. into a building, so contractors no longer need to switch cables at the building entrance. This allows Ethernet networks to cover more ground and extend beyond the limitations of standard OSP (Outside Plant) cable.

Cat 6 Indoor/Outdoor is marked “Sun Res” according to UL 2556 720-hour weather (sunlight) resistance test.

Typical applications:

  • Security cameras
  • Outdoor aerial lashing between buildings
  • Slab on grade construction
  • Below grade ductwork
  • Flood prone areas
  • Campus style environments