CCA wire uses an aluminium conductor that is coated with copper
Low smoke zero halogen (LSZH or LSOH) is a type of cable jacketing used in the manufacture of industrial and network cabling. LSZH cable jacketing is composed of thermoplastic or thermoset compounds that emit limited smoke and no halogens when exposed to high sources of heat.
Most network cables are insulated with PVC plastic. In fires this plastic material releases chlorine a poisonous gas which forms caustic hydrochloric acid when it comes in contact with water. Halogen-free cable on the other hand is made of a different material called polypropylene which doesn t produce a dangerous gas/acid combination.
Low smoke zero halogen cable reduces the amount of toxic and corrosive gases emitted during combustion. Typically used in poorly ventilated areas low smoke zero halogen is becoming very popular where the protection of people and equipment from toxic and corrosive gasses is critical.
Meter Marked Cable CCA 100m Drum Lighter than pure copper Purple/Violet colour (standard colour for LSZH cables) CCA Networking Cable (Copper Clad Aluminum) Economy network cable Low smoke sheath CCA (Copper Clad Aluminium) conductors Impedance 100+/-15 Ohm Overall diameter: 5.2mm Please note solid cables are best used with faceplates or patch panels although people do crimp solid cable its not recommended unless you have crimp ends designed for solid cable
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