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Signal Transmission Products and Systems

Master Catalog
COPPER CABLE & CONNECTIVITY FIBER OPTIC CABLE & CONNECTIVITY CABLE MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS POWER OVER ETHERNET PRODUCTS

Our New Logo and Tagline Embody Our Commitment:

We focus on being the brand you trust for any number of signal transmission solutions…the brand you can depend on for the “right” signals.
Our Signal Transmission Solutions Exemplify the Reliability and Expert Care You Have Come to Expect from Belden

Belden : The Brand You Depend On
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Over and over again our customers tell us that Belden is the brand they trust for dependable signal transmission. No matter the market – broadcast, commercial networking, security, industrial or residential – the name ‘Belden’ has become synonymous with high quality and ensured reliability. We have earned our reputation as an expert solutions provider precisely because our customers are now, and have always been, our #1 priority. We make it our job to consistently supply innovative, standardsetting products upon which customers can rely.

We offer the broadest selection of signal transmission products available. We provide all the data and support necessary to help you make the right decision for the intended application. And, Belden products are readily available to you, no matter where around the globe you may be. Belden is also evolving. We are taking our success in cable to all means of signal transmission technology: copper, optical fiber and wireless. And we have expanded our product offering to include complete system solutions, including connectivity, equipment enclosures, cable raceways and racks. Take a look at the first wave of our evolution, embodied within these pages – being mindful that even more dynamic products, systems and services are sure to come.

©Copyright 2006, Belden Inc.

Welcome to the Most Complete Resource in the Industry for Reliable Signal Transmission Products
The Belden® Master Catalog is a uniquely distinctive publication. An unparalleled resource for cabling and related product solutions, this catalog represents Belden’s commitment to providing you with the most reliable signal transmission products, whatever the application and wherever you are in the world. We believe you will find our Master Catalog to be an essential tool for solving a wide range of application problems. In addition, all of the information contained in this catalog, along with easy-to-use search tools, is available at www.belden.com. Belden cables now meet the requirements of both the Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive and California Proposition 65. This catalog has annotated only those cable products that were non-compliant at time of printing. Other Belden products in sections 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 are in the process of becoming compliant. For updates, please see the Belden Web site or contact Customer Service. More detailed compliance information can be found in Technical Information (Section 22, page 22.23). For definitions of the various environmental regulations involved, please consult the Glossary of Terms, beginning on page 22.24.

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Molded Cable Assemblies Portable Cordage Optical Fiber Cables Enclosures and Accessories Open Frame Racks and Accessories Surface Raceway Systems and Accessories PowerSense® PoE Products Commercial Networking – Copper Commercial Networking – Optical Fiber Commercial Networking – Training Industrial Cables Brilliance® Broadcast Products New Generation® Sound, Security and Alarm Cables Residential Cables Technical Information and Glossary Part Number Index

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Environmental Compliance The use of materials that are environmentally friendly is of growing concern to Belden, its customers and to the global community. As a result, virtually 100% of

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We Continue to Innovate with Award-Winning Cables

Belden’s cable designs have been singled out for recognition in the trade press, at a variety of trade shows and, most importantly, with our customers. A few are represented here.

Banana Peel : Transforming Composite Cable Installation Chief among these offerings is an entirely new concept in composite cable design called Banana Peel. Belden® patented Banana Peel cables* are an installer’s dream, offering an easy-to-install, fully integrated version of a composite cable construction where the various cables are not just bundled together but affixed to a center spline for easy pulling.
Banana Pee l ® Cable

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Safe-T-Lin e® Cable

A Whole New Level of Security: Belden Safe-T-Line Cables
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But there’s more – Belden has gone one step further in installation ease by completely eliminating the overall jacket. Without this jacket, a whole step in the installation process is eliminated, plus the individual cable components are all instantly identifiable and ready for termination. Installers can now pull of a variety of cables at once, then simply peel the individual cables off the center spline and terminate them. It’s that easy.

Another recent award-winning cable is Belden’s Safe-T-Line Circuit Integrity cable – a cable that allows the EVAC systems in high-rise office buildings to remain operational for two hours in the event of a fire or other emergency. This allows the building occupants an opportunity to hear either live or recorded voice instructions that will guide them out of the building in a timely and orderly way. Reliability of this kind takes design integrity – something that our customers define as a core Belden competency. DigiTruck : An Extremely Small Cable with Big Performance Award-winning DigiTruck is a revolutionary new cable with superior return loss characteristics that has been designed specifically for analog, SDI, HD video and AES/EBU digital audio transmission in broadcast production trucks. DigiTruck is a miniature coaxial cable, weighing just 7.25 lbs per 1,000 feet, or about 60% less than a standard Mini RG 59/U coax. It also requires approximately 40% less space. Only Belden could devise such an innovative and efficient solution to meet the broadcast needs of today’s weightchallenged and space-cramped mobile television trucks.
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* Banana Peel is protected under U.S. Patent 7,049,523.

Premier Structured Cabling Systems – Both Copper and Fiber – Are Now Part of the Belden® Line-Up
Our full range of Belden IBDN® copper and fiber structured cabling products and systems can be found in the Commercial Networking sections (Sections 15, 16 and 17), where you’ll also find a full complement of training programs for Belden IBDN. All Belden IBDN networking system components are engineered to exacting specifications and manufactured under the most stringent quality controls. The components used in our Belden IBDN Systems – including backbone cables, cross-connect hardware, cross-connect patch wires and cords, and horizontal cables – have been specifically designed to work together as an integrated system. To complete the installation, our product offering also includes a variety of outlets, connector modules, faceplates, adapters and modular cords. Our flagship system, Belden IBDN System 10GX®, is revolutionary not only in its expression as a fully integrated 10 Gigabit structured cabling solution, but in the way it has been designed around a series of dynamic enabling technologies. These technologies help solve the two major performance issues that plague most other manufacturers, yet they are instrumental to 10 Gigabit transmissions: the ability to significantly reduce Alien Crosstalk and the control of key electrical characteristics during high frequency operation. System 10GX and other Belden IBDN structured cabling systems have been widely installed around the world. Their ubiquity is testimony to the proven success of these systems. Other top-performing structured cabling systems in the Belden IBDN mix include: All Belden IBDN Systems Are Fully Certified To be ‘Certified’ each Belden IBDN system must be designed and installed by a factory-trained Certified System Vendor (CSV), plus the system must be composed of all Belden IBDN components. A 25-year Product Warranty and a Lifetime Application Assurance program accompany each Belden IBDN ‘Certified’ System installation, including coverage for both parts and labor. Our Customer Training Programs Are an Industry Standard To facilitate our customers’ understanding of structured cabling – and in order to keep both our customers and our CSVs current with new technologies, techniques and industry standards – we offer the Belden IBDN Training Center. With classes taught by a highly credentialed staff with over 100 years of cumulative experience in structured cabling, this Center serves the needs of more than 5,000 individuals each year.

• The 1.2 Gb/s Category 5e
Belden IBDN System 1200

• The 2.4 Gb/s Category 6
Belden IBDN System 2400 • The 4.8 Gb/s Beyond Cat6 Belden IBDN System 4800LX On the optical fiber side of the structured cabling systems business, we offer Belden IBDN FiberExpress. The FiberExpress Solution is a complete end-to-end optical cabling system supporting both centralized and fiber-to-the-desk topologies, as well as backbone and campus cabling configurations. For the ultimate in quick, easy and reliable optical networking, we also offer the FiberExpress Pre-connectorized System. These products are “plug and go” and their deployment requires no specialized tools, so you can deploy 12 fibers in the same amount of time it takes to connect a power cord to a standard electrical plug!

Our structured cabling systems are comprised of top-of-the-line system components — all quality-built to our exacting specifications

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An All-New, Comprehensive Line of Cable Management Solutions
New This Year Are Belden’s Enclosure and Open Frame Rack Solutions A full complement of products – including numerous mounting, cable and patch cord management options and accessories – have been designed to meet the unique needs of data centers, as well as various networks and control systems. Whether it’s the protection of sensitive equipment, or the ability to mount equipment of varied sizes and depths, Belden has the solution you need.

A Masterful PoE System Becomes Part of Our Systems Offering
Ensuring Reliable Delivery of Power Over Ethernet (PoE) We now offer the Belden PowerSense® system, a cutting-edge, modular approach to the distribution of wireless signals. Our system products include PowerSense Midspan Hubs, any combination of discrete power modules, connectors and Y cables. With PowerSense, it’s easy to scale up when devices need to be appended to the system because new modules can be added to our hubs as they are required.

Enclosures and open frame rack solutions

PowerSense ® System

We’ve Even Added Cable Ties and a Surface Raceway System To help get organized and neatly route installed cable, we also offer a wide variety of cable ties in standard nylon, weatherresistant nylon, or Velcro® to suit varying load capacities. Another addition, the Belden® Surface Raceway System, is a functional, affordable and attractive solution for wire enclosure applications. This product line includes extruded raceways with pre-applied adhesive backings, a variety of fittings and junction boxes.
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Select By Cable Type or Application Use the Section Index below or look at the more detailed Table of Contents pages found at the beginning of each section to find your cable type or application. Select By Keyword Reference the Table of Contents section on the following pages for an alphabetical listing of product keywords. Consult the Cable Finder Guide If you know the gage size, shielding type, and/or number of conductors needed for your application, you can locate a part number and corresponding catalog page number for all matching multi-conductor and paired cable products in the Cable Finder Guide (Section 2).
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Visit our Web Site Our Web site is a valuable online resource for Belden wire and cable products, services, support, solutions, and purchasing information. Point your browser to www.belden.com to find out more. Contact One of Our Sales Representatives for Assistance Call 1-800-BELDEN-1 in the U.S. or 1-765-983-5200 outside the U.S. You can also fax us at 1-765-983-5656 or email us at techsupport@belden.com. To Place an Order For many of the products in the catalog, you will find everything you need in this catalog to place an order. Should you need assistance, please contact your Belden sales representative. A complete list of all of our sales offices can be found on the back cover of this catalog or at www.belden.com.

Consult the Index in the Back of the Catalog In the Part Number Index (Section 23), you’ll find a numerical listing of Belden part numbers. This comprehensive Index lists every product featured in the Belden Master Catalog. Section Index
Section Name Table of Contents Cable Finder Guide Hook-Up and Lead Wire Multi-Conductor Cables Paired Cables Coaxial Cables Flat Cable Molded Cable Assemblies Portable Cordage Optical Fiber Cables Enclosures and Accessories u Open Frame Racks and Accessories u Surface Raceway Systems u PowerSense® PoE Products u Commercial Networking – Copper u Commercial Networking – Optical Fiber u Commercial Networking – Training u Industrial Automation and Control Cables Brilliance® Broadcast Cables New Generation® Sound, Security and Alarm Cables Residential Cables Technical Information & Glossary Part Number Index
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BIX Cross-Connect System Blue Hose® Cable Bonded Pairs

Aluminum Ground Wire Amateur Radio Cable Analog Audio Cable Antenna Coax Antenna Wire Antenna Rotor Cable Armored Cable

Armoring Capabilities Assemblies Copper Cable (Networking) Optical Fiber Audio, Communication & Instrumentation Cable, Special Audio Wire & Cable Brilliance® Broadcast Coaxial Multi-Conductor

New Generation® Commercial Audio Paired

Residential

Augmented Category 6 Automation Factory (See Industrial Section) Home (See Residential Section) Backbone Cable Copper 15.46–15.82 Optical Fiber 16.19–16.34 Banana Peel® Composite Cable Access Control 20.35–20.36 Broadcast Component Video 19.72–19.73 CCTV Cable for Pan/Tilt/Zoom 20.42–20.47 DataTwist® 350 15.55 Residential 21.3–21.4 21.17–21.18 Belden IBDN® System 10GX® Structured Cabling 15.2–15.8 Belden Infinity® Cable 18.31–18.40 Belflex® Portable Cordage 9.4–9.5, 9.8

15.13–15.17 18.14–18.16 15.41, 15.46, 15.48 15.50, 15.53, 15.55 Bonding Cable 3.26 Breakout Style Optical Cable 10.6–10.7 Brilliance® Audio Cable 19.9–19.40 21.3–21.8 21.24 Brilliance Cable (see Broadcast Cable) Brilliance VideoFLEX® Cable 6.45–6.46 19.55 Brilliance VideoTwist® UTP Cable 19.74–19.75 Broadband Cable 6.16–6.30 Commercial Networking 15.77–15.78 Residential 21.12–21.13 Broadcast Cable 19.1–19.78 75 Ohm Standard Analog Video Coax 19.41–19.48 AES/EBU Digital Audio Cable 19.26–19.30 Analog Multi-Pair Snake Cable 19.16–19.25 Audio/Video & Composite Camera Cable 19.63–19.68 Banana Peel® Cable 19.72–19.73 Bundled Analog/Digital Coax 19.55–19.56 DigiTruck™ Mini Coax 19.50 Line-Level Analog Audio Cable 19.9–19.15 Low-Loss Serial Digital Coax 19.54 Microphone & Musical Instrument Cable 19.3–19.8 Precision Video Coax for Analog & Digital 19.49–19.58 RGB Component Video Cable 19.69–19.73 Residential 21.14–21.19 RJ-45 Cable for A/V Applications 19.74–19.76 S-Video Cable 19.77 Shipboard Audio/Video Cable 19.10, 19.12 19.76 Snake Cable 19.16–19.25 19.28 Speaker Wire and Cable 19.31–19.36 Special Audio, Communication & Instrumentation Cable 19.38–19.40 Standard Analog Video Coax 19.41–19.48 Technical Information 19.78 Video Triax Cable 19.59–19.62 Wi-Fi Tower Cable 19.76 Burglar Alarm Cable 20.8–20.27 21.24 Burial Cable (see Direct Burial Cable) Bus Bar Wire 3.27 Cabinets, Enclosures & Accessories 11.1–11.29 Cable Management Products Cable Ties 12.8–12.10 Modular Enclosures & Accessories 11.2–11.27 Open Frame Racks & Accessories 12.1–12.7 Surface Raceway Systems 13.1–13.3 Wall Mount Enclosures & Accessories 11.28–11.29 Cable Raceways 13.1–13.3 Cable Standards Reference Guide 22.20 Cable Ties 12.8–12.10 California Proposition 65 Regulations 22.23 Camera Cable 19.63–19.68 Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) Reference Information 22.20, 22.22 CANopen Cable 18.28

Category 3 Cables Category 5 Cables

15.63–15.66 15.59–15.62 15.68–15.69 Category 5e Cables 15.50–15.51 15.55–15.58 15.67, 15.71, 15.73 Category 6 Cables 15.46–15.49 15.52–15.53 15.70, 15.72 Category 6 Connectivity 15.9–15.12 15.22, 15.25, 15.41 CatSnake™ Cat 5e Audio/Video Cable 19.76 CB Cable 6.91 CCTV Cable 19.41–19.48 20.37–20.54 21.25 Central Office Cable 6.55–6.58 CI Cable 20.63–20.64 CIC Cable (CSA) 300V 18.78–18.79 600V 18.82, 18.84–18.86 Circuit Integrity (CI) Safe-T-Line® Cable 20.63–20.64 Circuit Integrity in Conduit (CIC) Safe-T-Line Cable 20.61–20.62 Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) 19.41–19.48 20.37–20.54 21.25 Coaxial Cable Coaxial and Triaxial RG Reference Guide 6.3–6.15 50 Ohm Transmission Cable 6.59–6.71 Aerial Coaxial Cable 6.17, 6.19–6.24 6.26–6.28 6.32–6.33 Amateur Radio & CB Coax Cable Assemblies 6.91 Analog Video Cable 6.34–6.39 19.41–19.48 Brilliance VideoFLEX® Cable 6.45–6.46 Broadband: CATV 6.17–6.28 Broadband: Coaxial Cable 6.16–6.30 Broadband: Headend/Video Cable 6.29–6.30 Broadband: MATV 6.16, 6.38 Broadcast Coaxial Cable 19.38 19.40–19.46 Bundled RGB 6.47–6.49 19.69–19.73 Burial Coaxial Cable 6.19–6.23 6.25–6.28 6.31, 6.33 6.85, 6.87 CATV Coaxial Cable 6.17–6.28 Central Office Cable 6.55–6.58 Computer & Instrumentation Cable 6.83–6.90 Conformable® Coax 6.72–6.75 DBS (Direct Broadcast Satellite) 6.31–6.33 21.12 Digital Video Cable 6.40–6.44 DS-3 & DS-4 Interconnect & Cross-connect Cable 6.55–6.58 HDTV Coax 6.33 HDTV/SDI Digital Video 6.40, 6.42 6.44–6.46 Headend/Video Cables 6.29–6.30 High-Flex Coax 6.30, 6.35 6.42–6.43 6.47, 6.51 6.53, 6.70

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Coaxial Cable (continued) High-Flex S-Video (Y/C) Industrial Coax Industrial Twinax Instrumentation Coax KU Band Cable Local Area Network (LAN) Coax Low Loss RG-8/U Type Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable Low Noise Audio Coaxial Cable LSZH and ABS Type Approved MIL-C-17G QPL Cable Microwave Cable Miniature Coaxial Cable

6.59–6.66 6.82 6.19, 6.44 6.76–6.81 6.72–6.73 6.34, 6.45 6.47, 6.49 6.82 Plenum-Rated Coax 6.17–6.20 6.24–6.26 6.28, 6.31 6.34–6.36 6.38–6.39 6.42–6.44, 6.46 6.48–6.51, 6.53 6.55–6.57 6.68 6.70, 6.77 6.83–6.88 Precision Video Coax for Analog & Digital 6.40–6.44 RF & Wireless Coax 6.59–6.66 RG Coaxial & Triaxial Reference Guide 6.3–6.15 RGB Coax 6.47–6.49 19.69–19.73 Satellite, Direct Broadcast Cable 6.31–6.33 21.12 Security 20.48–20.50 Siamese Cable 6.19 6.32–6.33, 6.39 6.55, 6.57 6.84 Snake Cable 6.45–6.46 Special Audio, Communication & 6.82 Instrumentation Cable 19.38–19.40 Standard Analog Video Coax 6.34–6.39 19.41–19.48 SVHS 19.77 S-Video 19.77 Technical Information 6.92 Thicknet 6.83 18.13 Transmission Cable 6.59–6.71 Triax Cable 6.51–6.54, 6.90 19.59–19.62 Twinax Cable 6.81, 6.87–6.88 19.58 Industrial 18.14–18.18 Video Triax Cable 6.51–6.54 Wireless RF Transmission Cable 6.59–6.66 Color Code Charts 22.17–22.19 Commercial Networking – Copper 15.1–15.82 Connectivity 15.6–15.45 Introduction 15.2–15.5

Commercial Networking – Copper (continued) 110 Cross-Connect System 15.18–15.20 Belden IBDN® System 10GX® 15.6–15.8 BIX Cross-Connect System 15.13–15.17 GigaBIX® Multi System 15.9–15.12 Labels 15.21 Line Protection and Bonding & Grounding 15.45 Modular Cords 15.41–15.43 Network Connectivity Products 15.44 Patch Panels 15.22–15.24 Shipboard Cable 15.67 Workstation Outlets 15.25–15.40 Cables 15.46–15.82 Certified System Cables 15.46–15.51 D-Series Cable 15.64–15.65 DataBrite® Cable 15.56–15.57 DataTwist® Cable 15.46 15.50, 15.52–15.57 15.61, 15.63 15.67–15.69 15.71, 15.73 GigaFlex® Cable 15.47, 15.49 15.51 IBDN Plus Cable 15.58–15.59 15.62 MediaTwist® Cable 15.48, 15.72 Shielded Twisted Pair (ScTP) Cables 15.66–15.68 Special Application Cables 15.69–15.81 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Cables 15.52–15.65 VideoTwist® Cable 15.70 Commercial Networking – Optical Fiber 16.1–16.34 Connectivity 16.4–16.17 Introduction 16.2–16.3 FiberExpress™ Connectors 16.4–16.5 FiberExpress Manager 16.11 FiberExpress Outlets 16.15–16.16 FiberExpress Patch Panel Accessories 16.14 FiberExpress Patch Panels 16.12–16.13 FiberExpress Secure/Keyed LC System 16.9–16.10 Network Connectivity Products 16.17 Pre-connectorized Assemblies 16.6–16.8 Cables 16.18–16.34 Cable Selection Guide 16.18 Breakout Style Cable 16.22–16.23 16.32–16.33 Central Tube Cable 16.31 Distribution Cable 16.20–16.21 Double Jacket, Armored 16.29 Double Jacket, Heavy-Duty 16.30 Industrial Armored 16.24 Interconnect – Simplex & Duplex 16.19 Low Smoke Zero Halogen 16.20–16.23 Micro Loose Tube Breakout Style 16.32–16.33 Plenum Cable 16.19–16.24 16.26, 16.28 Ribbon Cable 16.26 Riser Cable 16.19–16.24 16.26–16.27 16.29 16.32–16.34 Single Jacket, All Dielectric 10.11–10.12 Tactical Cable 10.9 TrayOptic® Heavy-Duty, All Dielectric 10.18

Commercial Networking – Training 17.1–17.6 Overview 17.2 Copper Products 17.5 Design and Concept 17.4 End-to-End Installation/Testing – Copper 17.6 End-to-End Installation/Testing – Optical Fiber 17.6 Intro to Belden 17.3 Installation 17.4 Optical Fiber Products 17.5 Project Management 17.3 Commercial Alarm, Security & Sound Cables (See New Generation®) Communication Cable 4.15 5.46 6.82 19.38–19.40 20.28–20.32 MIL-Spec Communication & Instrumentation Cable 4.15 Multi-Conductor 4.15 Residential 21.9–21.11 Composite Cable 6.39 19.69–19.73 20.35–20.36 20.42–20.47 21.3–21.8 21.17–21.18 21.25 Computer Cable Coaxial 6.67–6.71 6.83–6.90 Datalene® Insulated 4.2 4.10, 4.16, 4.18 5.3 5.14–5.15 5.17, 5.27 5.31. 5.35 5.44–5.45 15.75–15.76 15.80 18.17 18.28–18.29 DataTwist® Cable 15.46, 15.50 15.52–15.57 15.61, 15.63 15.67–15.69 15.71, 15.73 EIA Interface Cable 4.10 EIA RS-232 4.2, 4.11 4.16–4.19 5.3 5.11–5.15 5.26–5.27 5.29–5.32, 5.36 5.44–5.45 5.49–5.50, 5.53 EIA RS-422 5.15, 5.26 5.30–5.31 5.35–5.36 5.44–5.45 5.50, 5.53 EIA RS-423 4.16 , 4.18 EIA RS-485 5.14 , 5.27–5.28 18.28 Ethernet/IP™ Compliant 18.8–18.9 Flat Cable 7.3–7.12 IBM RISC System/6000 Cable 15.81 IBM Cabling System 15.79–15.80

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Computer Cable (continued) IEEE 488/Interface IEEE 802.3 Trunk and Transceiver Cables IEEE 802.4 (MAP) IEEE 802.5 Industrial Data Industrial Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) Low-Capacitance

Connectors Copper Optical Fiber Control Cable High-Temperature Industrial – Belden Infinity® Industrial – CSA Control Industrial – UL Control Multi-Conductor

DIN Cable Assemblies DeviceBus® Cable DeviceNet™ Cable Digital Audio Cable

Multi-Conductor

Optical Fiber Paired

Plenum-Rated

P.O.S. Residential RISC System/6000 Cable SCSI Assemblies Thicknet

Thinnet

Transceiver Triaxial Trunk

Twinaxial

Conductors Conformable® Coaxial Cable Connectivity – Copper Connectivity – Optical Fiber

4.28–4.31 18.32–18.38 18.84–18.95 18.63–18.76 4.3–4.9 4.12–4.14, 4.20 4.28–4.31 20.28–20.30 20.35–20.36 (also see Industrial section) Paired 5.4–5.11 5.16–5.24 5.37–5.42, 5.48 5.51, 5.54 20.28–20.29 20.31–20.34 (also see Industrial section) Plenum-Rated 4.3, 4.5, 4.13 5.48, 5.51, 5.54 20.29–20.32 20.34–20.35 Residential 21.3–21.8 ControlBus™ Cable 18.20 ControlNet™ Cable 18.19 Cross-Connect Systems 15.2–15.20 CSA Cable 18.77–18.95 Instrumentation 18.77–18.83 Control 18.84–18.95 Teck90 18.87–18.94 VFD 18.95 CSA Flame Ratings: FT1, FT4, FT6 22.20 D-Series Cable 15.64–15.65 D-Subminiature Assemblies 8.3–8.5 Data Cable Commercial Networking – Copper 15.46–15.82 Commercial Networking – Optical Fiber 16.18–16.34 Industrial 18.7–18.29 Residential 21.9–21.11 DataBrite® Cable 15.56–15.57 DataBus® Cable 18.21 Datalene® Cable 4.2, 4.10 4.16, 4.18 5.3, 5.14–5.15 5.17, 5.27 5.31, 5.35 5.44–5.45 15.75–15.76, 15.80 18.17, 18.28–18.29 19.5, 19.22 19.27–19.29 19.57–19.58 20.33 21.24 22.6 DataTray® Cable 18.18 DataTuff® Cable 18.8–18.11 DataTwist® Cable 15.46, 15.50 15.52–15.57 15.61, 15.63 15.67–15.69 15.71, 15.73 DBS (Direct Broadcast Satellite) Cable 6.31–6.33 21.12

8.8–8.9 18.22–18.27 18.22–18.24 5.35–5.36 5.44–5.45 5.53 19.26–19.30 21.3–21.8 21.24 Digital Video Cable 19.49–19.58 21.12–21.16 Digital Video Time Code 19.58 DigiTruck® Mini Coax 19.50 Direct Broadcast Satellite Cable 6.31–6.33 21.12 Direct Burial Cable 3.26 4.13 4.22–4.25 5.41 6.19–6.23 6.25–6.28 6.31, 6.33 6.85, 6.87 10.13–10.15, 10.18 15.74–15.75 15.77–15.78 18.8 18.12–18.13, 18.15 18.19–18.20 18.30 18.41–18.52 18.56–18.95 19.43, 19.45, 19.47 19.53–19.54 19.59–19.62 Distribution Optical Cable 10.4–10.5 DMX512 5.28 18.28 19.27 DS3 & DS4 Telecommunications Cable 6.55–6.58 DT-12 Audio Snake Cable 19.19–19.20 Dual Channel Audio Cable 19.38 Duplex Optical Cable 10.3 Duplex Primary Wire 4.8 EIA RS-232 4.2, 4.11 4.16–4.19 5.3, 5.11–5.15 5.26–5.27 5.29–5.32, 5.36 5.44–5.45 5.49–5.50, 5.53 EIA RS-422 5.15 5.26 5.30–5.31 5.35–5.36 5.44–5.45 5.50, 5.53 EIA RS-423 4.16, 4.18 EIA RS-485 5.14 5.27–5.28 18.28 Enclosures & Accessories 11.1–11.29 Introduction 11.2 Cable Management Accessories 11.24 Climate Monitor 11.27 Cooling Devices & Fans 11.5, 11.8 11.11, 11.14 11.17, 11.27 Fan Controllers 11.27

ControlNet is a ControlNet International trademark. DeviceNet is an Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc. trademark.

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Enclosures & Accessories (continued) Modular Enclosures 11.3–11.19 Modular Enclosure Options & Accessories 11.20–11.27 Power Strips & Power Accessories 11.25–11.26 Swing Racks 11.29 Wall Mount Enclosures & Accessories 11.28–11.29 Environmental Regulations and Compliance 22.23 Ethernet Hubs 15.44 European Union Restrictions 22.23 EVAC Systems Cable 20.61–20.64 Faceplates Copper System 15.31–15.38 Optical Fiber System 16.15 FEP Cable Broadcast 19.9–19.14 19.24–19.25, 19.27 19.30, 19.39 19.43, 19.45 19.47–19.48 19.52–19.54 19.56, 19.59, 19.61 19.73–19.75, 19.77 Coaxial 6.17–6.20 6.24–6.26 6.28, 6.31 6.35–6.36 6.38–6.39 6.42–6.44 6.46 6.50–6.51 6.52, 6.53 6.55–6.57 6.68, 6.70 6.83–6.88 Flat Cable 7.8, 7.10 Industrial 18.8 18.11, 18.13 18.15, 18.17 18.19–18.20 18.22, 18.29 18.55 Multi-conductor 4.4, 4.6, 4.13 4.23–4.27 4.29, 4.34 Networking 15.46–15.47 15.49–15.53, 15.55 15.57–15.59 15.61–15.62 15.67–15.68 15.70–15.71 15.74–15.80 New Generation® 20.29–20.32, 20.34 20.38–20.39 20.41, 20.43 20.45, 20.47 20.49–20.50 20.52, 20.54 20.60 20.70, 20.72 Paired 5.6, 5.9 5.13, 5.16 5.19–5.21, 5.28 5.33, 5.36 5.38, 5.41 5.48–5.54 Residential 21.9–21.14 21.18–21.19

Fiber Optic Cable Cable Selection Guide Breakout Style Cable

10.1–10.18 10.2 10.6–10.7 10.16–10.17 Central Tube Cable 10.15 Distribution Cable 10.4–10.5 Double Jacket, Armored 10.13 Double Jacket, Heavy-Duty 10.14 Industrial Armored 10.8 Interconnect – Simplex & Duplex 10.3 Low Smoke Zero Halogen 10.4–10.7 Micro Loose Tube Breakout Style 10.16–10.17 Plenum Cable 10.3–10.8 10.10, 10.12 Ribbon Cable 10.10 Riser Cable 10.3–10.8 10.10–10.11 10.13 10.16–10.18 Single Jacket, All Dielectric 10.11–10.12 Tactical Cable 10.9 TrayOptic® Heavy-Duty, All Dielectric 10.18 18.12 FiberExpress ™ Connectivity & Systems 16.2–16.17 Field Installable Fiber Connectors 16.4 Fire Alarm Cable 20.55–20.64 Flamarrest® Cable 19.9–19.14 19.24, 19.27 19.30, 19.33–19.34 19.37, 19.39 19.41, 19.43 19.45, 19.47 19.52, 19.54 19.71–19.72 19.74–19.75, 19.77 20.20–20.27 20.29–20.32 20.34–20.35 20.38–20.39 20.41, 20.43, 20.45 20.47, 20.49 20.52, 20.54 20.59–20.60 20.68–20.70, 20.72 21.9–21.14 21.16–21.17 21.19, 21.21 Coaxial 6.17–6.20 6.24–6.25 6.31, 6.34–6.36, 6.38 6.42, 6.49–6.50 6.56–6.58 6.68, 6.83, 6.86 Multi-conductor 4.4, 4.6 4.13 4.23–4.24 Networking 15.48 15.52, 15.54–15.55, 15.57 15.67–15.68 15.70–15.71, 15.74 15.79–15.80 Paired 5.6, 5.9 5.13, 5.16 5.19–5.21 5.28, 5.36 5.38, 5.41 5.48–5.49 5.51–5.54

Flat Cable Gray Ribbon Rainbow Shielded Jacketed Shielded Jacketed Vari-Twist® Vari-Twist® Technical Information Flexible Automation Cable FleXnake® Snake Cable Flooded Burial Cable

7.1–7.14 7.3–7.6 7.7–7.8 7.11 7.12 7.9–7.10 7.13–7.14 18.31–18.40 19.20 6.25, 6.27–6.28 6.31, 6.33 Gas Tube Sign & Ignition Cable 3.24 General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB) 8.7 GigaBIX® Multi System 15.9–15.12 GigaFlex® Cable 15.47, 15.49, 15.51 Glossary of Terms 22.25 Grounding Wire 3.27 Hart Cable 18.28 Hazardous Location Cable Reference 18.97 Heater Cord 9.3 Heavy Metal Free Compliance 22.23 High-Temperature Cable 3.9–3.13, 3.15 3.19–3.21, 3.25 4.28–4.31 5.11 18.55 Control 4.28–4.31 Instrumentation 4.28–4.31 18.55 Multi-Conductor 4.28–4.31 Teflon® Wire 3.9–3.11 Thermocouple Extension Cable & Wire 18.55 High Voltage Leads 3.22 Home Automation (See Residential Cable) Hook-Up Wire 3.1–3.32 Bus Bar, Antenna & Aluminum Ground Wire 3.27 Direct Burial Cable 3.26 EPDM 3.12–3.13 Gas Tube Sign & Ignition Cable 3.24 High Voltage Leads 3.22 Hypalon® 3.16–3.17 Magnet Wire 3.25 Neoprene 3.18 PVC 3.3–3.8 Shielding & Bonding Cable 3.26 Silicone Rubber 3.19–3.21 SIS 3.15 Technical Information 3.28–3.32 Teflon® Wire 3.9–3.11 Test Prod Wire 3.23–3.24 XL-Dur® 3.14–3.15 Horizontal Cable – Copper 15.46–15.59 15.61–15.65 15.67–15.71 15.74–15.82 Hubs, Ethernet 15.44 16.17 Hubs, Midspan – Power over Ethernet 14.1–14.5 IBDN® Plus Cable 15.58–15.59 15.62 IBM Cable 15.79–15.81

Teflon and Hypalon are DuPont trademarks.

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15.9–15.20 4.16 10.8 18.1–18.98 18.80–18.81 18.83, 18.88 18.10–18.11 18.16, 18.19 18.28 18.41 18.71–18.76 18.80–18.81 18.83 18.88–18.94

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IDC Systems IEEE 488 Interface Cable Industrial Armored Optical Cable Industrial Automation & Control Cables ACIC (CSA) Cable – 300V ACIC (CSA) Cable – 60V Armored Cable

Belden Infinity® Flexible Automation Cable Blue Hose® Cable Blue Hose Selection Guide Burial Cable

18.31–18.40 18.14–18.16 18.14 18.8 18.12, 18.15 18.41–18.52 18.56–18.95 CANopen Cable 18.28 CIC (CSA) Cable – 300V 18.77–18.79 CIC (CSA) Cable – 600V 18.82 18.84–18.86 Coaxial 18.13 18.19–18.20 ControlBus™ Coax 18.20 ControlNet™ Coax 18.19 Control Cable 18.63–18.76 18.84–18.95 CSA Control Cable 18.84–18.95 CSA Instrumentation Cable 18.77–18.83 Data Cables 18.7–18.29 DataBus® FieldBus or Profibus 18.21 Datalene® 18.17 18.28–18.29 DataTuff® Cable 18.8–18.11 DataTray® 600V Twinaxial Cable 18.18 DeviceBus® 18.22–18.27 DeviceNet™, ODVA 18.22–18.24 EIA Industrial RS-485 18.28 FEP 18.8 18.11, 18.13 18.15, 18.17 18.19–18.20 18.29 18.55 Ethernet/IP™ Compliant 18.8–18.9 Fiber Optic Cable 18.12 Flat Cable 18.24 Foundation FieldBus 18.21 Gland Information for Armored Cables 18.96 Hart Cable 18.28 Hazardous Locations Cable Reference 18.97 High Flex Cable 18.15 18.19–18.20 18.23 18.31–18.40 Hi-Temp Extension Cable 18.55 Honeywell Smart Distributed System Cables 18.25

ControlNet is a ControlNet International trademark. DeviceNet is an Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc. trademark. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.

Industrial Automation & Control Cables (continued) IEEE 802.4 (MAP) & 802.7 (Mini-MAP) 18.17–18.18 Industrial Coax 18.19–18.20 Industrial Communications Protocol Cross Reference Guide 18.6 Industrial Data Solutions® 18.7–18.29 Industrial Ethernet 18.7–18.13 Industrial Twinax 18.14–18.18 Infinity, Belden – Control Cable 18.32–18.38 Infinity, Belden – Flex Data Cable 18.39 Infinity, Belden – Flex Vision Cable 18.40 Infinity, Belden – Flexible Automation Cable 18.31–18.40 Instrumentation Cable – CSA 18.84–18.95 Instrumentation Cable – UL 18.77–18.83 Instrumentation 300V, PLTC 18.41–18.42 Instrumentation 600V, TC 18.63–18.64 ITC Cable 18.41–18.55 Interconnect Cable 18.29 Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) Cable 18.97 MAP and Mini-MAP Cable 18.17–18.18 Metal Clad (Type MC) Cable 18.70–18.76 Motor Supply Cable 18.30 ODVA DeviceNet™ Cables 18.22–18.24 Optical Fiber Cable 18.12 Phoenix Contact Interbus®-S Cables 18.27 PLC/DCS Cables 18.2–18.29 PLC/DCS Cable Cross Reference Guide 18.2–18.5 Plenum 18.8 18.11, 18.13 18.15, 18.17 18.19–18.20 18.29 18.55 PLTC Cables 18.9 18.28 18.41–18.55 Profibus Cables 18.21 Riser 18.12 Square D/Seriplex® Cables 18.26 TC Cable (see Tray Cable) TC-ER Cable 18.56–18.69 Technical Information 18.96–18.98 Teck90 Cable – 600V 18.74–18.76 18.89–18.91 Teck90 Cable – 1000V 18.92–18.94 Teck-Style® Cable 18.70 18.74–18.76 Teflon® 18.17 Thermocouple Extension Cable & Wire 18.53–18.55 Thermocouple Tray (CSA) Cable 18.77 Tray (TC) Cable 18.18 18.56–18.69 18.77 18.84–18.86 18.95 TrayOptic® Cable 18.12 Triads 18.45, 18.48 18.50–18.52 18.58 18.60–18.62 18.77–18.83 Twinaxial 18.14–18.18 UL Control Cable 18.63–18.76

Industrial Automation & Control Cables (continued) UL Instrumentation Cable 18.41–18.62 Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) Cable 18.30 Infinity®, Belden — Flexible Automation Cable 18.31–18.40 Instrumentation Cable Coaxial 6.83–6.90 Flat Cable 7.2–7.12 High-Temperature 4.28–4.31 18.55 Industrial – CSA Instrumentation 18.77–18.83 Industrial – UL Instrumentation 18.41–18.62 Multi-Conductor 4.3–4.7 4.12–4.15 4.20 4.28–4.31 Paired 5.4–5.11 5.16–5.24 5.37–5.42 5.46–5.48 5.51, 5.54 Paired – CSA Control 18.77–18.83 Paired – UL Control 18.42–18.44 18.46–18.47 18.49 18.51–18.52 18.54–18.55 18.57–18.62 Plenum-Rated 4.3, 4.5 4.13 5.48–5.54 Plenum-Rated, UL Instrumentation 18.55 Insulations 18.98 22.6–22.12 Intercom System Cable 20.28–20.32 ITC Cable 18.41–18.55 Jackets 18.97–18.98 22.6–22.12 Jacks 15.25–15.39 Keyboard Assemblies 8.10 Keypad Cable (Residential) 21.8 KU Band Cable 6.31–6.33 21.12 Lamp Cordage 9.3 Land Mobile Radio Coax 6.59–6.66 Lead Wire (see Hook-Up Wire) Line-Level Audio Cable 19.9–19.15 Low-Capacitance Cable (See Computer, Low-Capacitance Cable) Low Noise Audio Coaxial Cable 6.82 Low Smoke, Zero-Halogen Cables 5.19 5.38, 5.40 6.19, 6.44 10.4–10.7 15.47, 15.49 15.62, 15.67 18.97 19.12 19.54, 19.76 Magnet Wire 3.25 MAP & Mini-MAP Cables (IEEE 802.4 & 802.7) 15.77–15.78 MATV Cable 6.16, 6.38 Media Converters 15.44 MediaTwist® Cable 15.48 15.72

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Metal Clad (MC) Cable 18.70–18.76 Metric Conversions 22.15–22.16 Microphone & Musical Instrument Cable 19.3–19.8 Microwave Cable 6.72–6.73 Midspan Hubs for Power over Ethernet 14.1–14.5 Military Specifications JAN-C-17A 6.69 MIL-C-17D 6.67, 6.69 6.84–6.85 MIL-C-17G 6.76–6.81 MIL-W-76C 3.7 MIL-W-16878/1 (Type B) 3.7 MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) 3.10–3.11 4.30–4.31 MIL-W-16878/5 (Type EE) 3.9 MIL-W-16878/6 (Type ET) 3.11 Mini-MAP Cables 15.77–15.78 Modular Cords 15.41–15.43 Modular Enclosures & Accessories 11.1–11.29 Modular Keyboard Assemblies 8.10 Modules 15.25–15.39 Molded Cable Assemblies 8.1–8.12 D-Subminiature Assembly 8.3–8.5 DIN Cable Assembly 8.8–8.9 GPIB Cable Assembly 8.7 Modular Keyboard Assembly 8.10 Parallel Interface Assembly 8.11 SCSI Cable Assembly 8.6 Technical Information 8.12 Motor Supply Cable 18.30 18.95 Multi-Conductor Cable 4.1–4.34 Fire Alarm Cable 4.32–4.34 High-Temperature Control & Instrumentation Cable 4.28–4.31 Overall Beldfoil® Shield 4.10–4.13 Overall Braid Shield 4.15 Overall Braid & Special Shielding 4.14 Overall Foil/Braid Shield 4.16–4.19 Overall Shield 4.20–4.22 Plenum-Rated 4.23–4.27 RS-232 Shielded Cable Selection Guide 4.2 Unshielded 4.3–4.9 Musical Instrument Cable 19.3–19.8 NanoSkew® UTP Cables 19.74–19.75 National Electrical Code (NEC) Reference Information 22.20–22.21 New Generation® Cable 20.1–20.72 Cable Finder Guide 20.3–20.7 Access Control Banana Peel® Cable 20.35–20.36 Audio Cable 20.67–20.70 Audio Cable for Nurse Call Stations 20.71–20.72 CATV Cable 20.48–20.49 CCTV Surveillance Cable 20.37–20.47 20.50–20.54 Circuit Integrity (CI) 20.63–20.64 Safe-T-Line® Cable Circuit Integrity in Conduit (CIC) Safe-T-Line Cable 20.61–20.62 Communication and Control Cable 20.28–20.32

New Generation® Cable (continued) Fire Alarm Cable MATV Cable Pan/Tilt/Zoom Banana Peel® Composite Cable Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) Camera Cable

20.42–20.47 20.38 20.40–20.47 20.51–20.54 Pro-Audio and Intercom System Cable 20.28–20.32 20.70 Security and Alarm Cable 20.8–20.27 Security and Surveillance CCTV Cable 20.37–20.41 Security Coaxial Cable 20.48–20.50 Speaker Cable 20.65–20.66 Thermostat and Control Cable 20.33–20.34 UTP CCTV Surveillance Cable 20.51–20.54 Water-blocked Cable 20.19 20.37 Networking Cable (See Commercial Networking: Copper and Commercial Networking: Optical Fiber) Network Connectivity Products 15.44 Network Tester 15.44 Nurse Call System Audio Cable 20.71–20.72 ODVA DeviceNet™ Cable 18.22–18.24 Open Frame Racks & Accessories 12.1–12.10 Introduction 12.2 Cable Ties 12.8–12.10 Open Frame Racks & Accessories 12.3–12.7 Optical Fiber Cable 10.1–10.18 Cable Selection Guide 10.2 Breakout Style Cable 10.6–10.7 10.16–10.17 Central Tube Cable 10.15 Distribution Cable 10.4–10.5 Double Jacket, Armored 10.13 Double Jacket, Heavy-Duty 10.14 Industrial Armored 10.8 Interconnect – Simplex & Duplex 10.3 Low Smoke Zero Halogen 10.4–10.7 Micro Loose Tube Breakout Style 10.16–10.17 Plenum Cable 10.3–10.8 10.10, 10.12 Ribbon Cable 10.10 Riser Cable 10.3–10.8 10.10–10.11 10.13 10.16–10.18 Single Jacket, All Dielectric 10.11–10.12 Tactical Cable 10.9 TrayOptic® Heavy-Duty, All Dielectric 10.18 18.12 Optimax® Connectors 16.4 Outlets, Optical Fiber 16.15–16.16 Packaging, Cable 22.24 Parallel Interface Assemblies 8.11 Parallel Lamp Cordage 9.3 Paired Cables 5.1–5.54 Selection Guide 5.3 Combination Unshielded & Braid Shield 5.23 Individually Shielded 5.34–5.42 Individually Shielded Pairs with Overall Foil/Braid Shield 5.43–5.47

Paired Cables (continued) Overall Beldfoil® Shield Overall Braid Shield Overall Foil/Braid Shield Overall Spiral Shield Plenum-Rated Shielded Multi-Pair Cable Selection Guide Shipboard Audio/Video Cables

Unshielded Patch Cords Copper Optical Fiber Patch Panels Copper Optical Fiber PLC/DCS Cable PLC/DCS Cross Reference Guide Plenum Cable Broadcast

5.10–5.22 5.23 5.25–5.33 5.24 5.48–5.54 5.3 5.19 5.38 5.40 5.4–5.9 15.41–15.43 16.6–16.8

15.6, 15.22–15.24 16.12–16.14 18.2–18.29 18.3–18.5 19.9–19.14 19.24–19.25 19.27, 19.30 19.33–19.34 19.37, 19.39 19.41 19.43, 19.45 19.47–19.48 19.52–19.54 19.56, 19.59 19.61 19.71–19.75 19.77 6.17–6.20 6.24–6.26 6.28 6.17–6.20 6.24–6.26 6.28, 6.31 6.34–6.36 6.38–6.39 6.42–6.44 6.46, 6.48–6.51 6.53, 6.55–6.57 6.68 6.70, 6.77 6.83–6.88 18.8 18.11, 18.13 18.15, 18.17 18.19–18.20 18.29 18.55 15.57–15.59 15.61–15.65 15.67–15.68 15.70–15.71 15.74–15.80 5.50, 5.52–5.53 4.3, 4.5 4.13 4.23–4.27 4.34 20.20–20.27 20.29–20.32 20.34–20.35 20.38–20.39 20.41, 20.43 20.45, 20.47

CATV Coax

Coaxial

Industrial

Local Area Network (LAN)

Low-Capacitance Multi-Conductor

New Generation® Cable

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20.49 20.52, 20.54 20.59–20.60 20.68–20.70 20.72 10.3–10.8 10.10, 10.12 5.6, 5.9 5.13, 5.16 5.19–5.21 5.28 5.33, 5.36 5.38, 5.41 5.48–5.54 21.9–21.14 21.16–21.19 21.21 14.1–14.5 9.2–9.12 9.3–9.5 9.6–9.9 9.9 9.9 9.10 9.11–9.12 5.33 18.9 18.28 18.41–18.55 14.1–14.5 14.1–14.5 14.2 14.3–14.4 14.5 11.25–11.26 16.6–16.8 18.1–18.98 19.3–19.8 19.38–19.40 18.21 20.42–20.47 19.8 13.1–13.3 12.1–12.7 7.7–7.8 21.1–21.26 21.24 21.24 21.3–21.4 21.17–21.18 21.12–21.13 21.12–21.13 21.12–21.19 21.3–21.8 21.9–21.11 21.12 21.24 21.3–21.4, 21.6 21.8 21.24 21.20–21.24

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21.25 21.3–21.11 21.12–21.16 22.23 8.10 6.59–6.66 6.47–6.49 19.69–19.73 21.16 7.3–7.5 10.10 9.3 19.32 21.23 18.12 20.36 20.40, 20.42 20.44, 20.46 20.51 20.61–20.65 20.67 10.3–10.8 10.10–10.11 10.13, 10.18 15.81 3.26 18.31–18.40 22.23 4.8 20.61–20.64 6.31–6.33 21.12

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Plenum Cable (continued) New Generation® Cable (continued)

Optical Fiber Paired

Residential Cable (continued) Surveillance Coax UTP Cable Video Cable Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Regulations Retractile Assemblies RF Coaxial RGB Coaxial

Residential

Ribbon Flat Cable Ribbon Optical Cable Rip Cordage

PoE Products Portable Cordage 2-Conductor 3-Conductor 4-Conductor 5-Conductor Multi-Conductor UL Cordage Types P.O.S. Computer Cable Power-Limited Tray Cable, PLTC

Riser Cable Industrial New Generation® Cable

Optical Cable

Power over Ethernet (PoE) Products PowerSense® PoE Products Introduction Midspan Hubs Accessories Power Strips & Power Accessories Preterminated Fiber Assemblies Process Control Cable Professional Music Cable Profibus Cable PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) Camera Cable Quad, Mini-Star Raceways Racks Rainbow Flat Cable Residential Cable Alarm, Security and Speaker Cable Audio Cable Banana Peel® Cable Broadband Cable CATV Cable Coaxial Cable Composite Cable Data & Voice Cable DBS Cable Digital Audio Cable Fiber Optic Cable Keypad Cable Security & Alarm Cable Speaker Cable

RISC System/6000 Cable Roadway Loop Cable Robotic Cable RoHS Regulations Rotor Cable Safe-T-Line® CI/CIC Cable Satellite, Direct Broadcast Cable SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) Cable Secure Fiber Connectivity Security & Alarm Cable

15.82 16.9–16.10 20.1–20.72 21.24 Serial Digital (SDI) & 19.50 High Definition (HD) Coaxes 19.52 19.54–19.56 Shipboard Audio/Video Cables 5.19 5.38, 5.40 15.67 19.10, 19.12 19.76 Shielding & Bonding Cable 3.26 Shielding, Technical Information 22.12–22.14 Simplex Optical Cable 10.3 SIS Wire 3.15 Small Computer Systems Interface (SCSI) 8.6 15.82 SMPTE 311 HD Camera Cable 19.64 Snake Cable 6.45–6.46 19.16–19.25 19.28 Sound Cables, Commercial 20.65–20.72 Speaker Cable Brilliance® Broadcast 19.31–19.36 New Generation® 20.65–20.66 Residential 21.20–21.23

Special Application Audio 19.38–19.40 Stereo Connecting Cable 19.38 Structured Cable 21.9–21.11 (also see Commercial Networking – Copper & Optical Fiber) Structured Cabling Systems Copper 15.1–15.82 Optical Fiber 16.1–16.34 Training 17.1–17.6 Surface Raceway Systems 13.1–13.3 Surveillance Cable 20.37–20.54 21.25 SVHS (S-Video) Cable 19.77 21.19 Synchronous EIA Interface Cable 4.10 Teck90 Cable 600V 18.74–18.76 18.89–18.91 1000V 18.92–18.94 Teck-Style® Cable 18.74–18.76 Teflon® Cable 3.9–3.11 4.30–4.31 6.17–6.18 6.28 6.53 6.67–6.68 6.72–6.74 6.76–6.77 6.79–6.81 6.84 6.86–6.88 15.46, 15.48 15.50, 15.53 15.57 15.61 15.67–15.68 15.75 15.79–15.80 18.17 19.27 19.42 19.52, 19.54 19.61 19.75, 19.77 Tefzel® Cable 4.28–4.29 5.11 Telephone Cable 5.4 Terms of Use of Master Catalog 22.22 Test Prod Wire 3.23–3.24 Test Unit, Ethernet Network 15.44 Thermocouple Extension Cable & Wire 18.53–18.55 Thermostat and Control Cable 20.33–20.34 Thicknet 6.83 15.74 18.13 Thinnet 6.83 15.74 18.13 Tools – Cable Prep, Connecting, Terminating 15.17 15.40 16.4 Training, Commercial Networking 17.1–17.6 Transceiver Cable 15.75–15.76 Transceivers 15.44

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Products
Tray Cable (TC) PLTC

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Tech Info, Charts & Graphs
Attenuation (continued) Paired Cable, Individually Shielded & Overall Foil/Braid Shield Paired Cable, Overall Beldfoil® Shield Paired Cable, Overall Foil/Braid Shield Twinaxial Cable Belden IBDN® Networking Products Copper Systems Selection Guide System 10GX® Tools Belden Infinity® Cable Application Guide Bit Rate Coaxial Computer Cable Paired Cable, Individually Shielded Paired Cable, Individually Shielded & Overall Foil/Braid Shield Paired Cable, Overall Beldfoil® Shield Paired Cable, Overall Foil/Braid Shield Twinaxial Cable Blue Hose® Cable Selection Guide Cable Finder Reference Guide Cable Substitution Chart (per NEC) Cable Ties Selection Guide Canadian Standards Reference

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18.8 18.28 18.41–18.55 TC – CSA 18.77 18.84–18.86 18.95 TC – UL 18.18 18.56–18.69 TC-ER 18.56–18.62 18.63–18.69 TrayOptic® Cable 10.18 18.12 Triads 4.20 18.45, 18.48 18.50–18.52, 18.58 18.60–18.62 18.77–18.83 Triaxial Cable 6.51–6.54 6.90 19.59–19.62 Trunk Cable 6.83 15.74 18.3–18.6 18.25 TV Antenna Cable 3.27 4.8 TV Camera Cable 19.63–19.68 Twinaxial Cable 6.81 6.87–6.88 Industrial 18.14–18.18 Vari-Twist® Flat Cable 7.9–7.10 7.12 Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) Cable 18.30 18.95 Video Cable 19.41–19.77 21.3–21.8 21.12–21.16 21.25 Video Snake Cable 6.45–6.46 VideoTwist® UTP Cable 15.70 19.74–19.76 Wall Mount Enclosures & Accessories 11.28–11.29 Wi-Fi Tower Cable 19.76 Wireless 50 Ohm Coax 6.59–6.66 Workstation Outlets 15.25–15.39 XL-Dur® Wire 3.14–3.15 Zip Cord 9.3 19.32 21.23

5.43 5.10 5.25 6.89 15.4–15.5 15.2–15.5 15.40 18.31 6.89 5.34, 5.39

Tech Info, Charts & Graphs
AES/EBU Digital Audio Cable Digital Audio Attenuation 19.26 Max. Recommended Transmission Distances 19.26 Armored Cable – Gland Information 18.96 Armoring 22.14 Attenuation Broadband Coax Attenuation vs. Frequency 6.92 Coaxial Computer Cable 6.66 6.71, 6.75 6.89 Flat Cable 7.3–7.12 Paired Cable, Individually Shielded 5.34, 5.39

5.43 5.10 5.25 6.89 18.14 2.1–2.40 22.21 12.2 22.20 22.22 Color Code Charts 22.17–22.19 (Also refer to respective cable section) Conductors 22.2–22.5 Conformable® Coaxial Cable – Electrical Characteristics 6.75 Connector, Audio/Video – Specifications (Residential) 21.26 Crosstalk (Flat Cable) 7.13–7.14 CSA Control Cable 18.84, 18.87 18.95 CSA Instrumentation Cable 18.77 Current Ratings 22.4 DataTuff® Industrial Ethernet Cable Selection Guide 18.7 DeviceNet™ (ODVA) Communications Rate Table 18.22 DS-3 & DS-4 Cable – Maximum Transmission Distances 6.58 Enclosures (Freestanding) Selection Guide 11.2 Environmental Regulations & Compliance 22.23 Fiber Optics (see Optical Fiber) Glossary of Terms 22.25–22.36 Halogen Free Low Smoke (LSZH) Cable Information (Industrial) 18.97 Hazardous Locations Cable Reference 18.97 Index 23.1–23.16 Industrial Ethernet Cable Selection Guide 18.7 Insulations 22.6–22.12 Industrial 18.98 Jackets 22.6–22.12 Industrial 18.98 Lead Wire Color Code Chart 3.29 Conductor & Insulation Information 3.28 3.31 Current Carrying Capacity 3.30

Lead Wire (continued) Insulation Characteristics 3.29 Packaging 3.32 Temperature Ranges 3.31 Metric Conversions 22.15–22.16 Molded Cable Assemblies How To Measure a Molded Cable Assembly 8.12 Retention Systems, D-Subminiature 8.12 NEC Ratings 22.20–22.21 New Generation® Cable Finder Guide 20.3–20.7 Optical Fiber Color Code Charts 10.2 16.18 Fiber Channel Topology 16.3 FiberExpress Systems 16.2 Fiber Selection Guide 10.2 16.18 Optical Specifications 10.2 16.18 Phase Stability (Coax) 6.66 6.75 PLC/DCS Cable Cross Reference Guide 18.3–18.6 Power over Ethernet, Information 14.2 Power Rating, Coaxial 6.66 6.71, 6.75 Racks (Open Frame) Selection Guide 12.2 RG Coaxial & Triaxial Reference Guide 6.3–6.15 Rise Time Coaxial Computer Cable 6.89 Paired Cable, Individually Shielded 5.34, 5.39 Paired Cable, Individually Shielded & Overall Foil/Braid Shield 5.43 Paired Cable, Overall Beldfoil® Shield 5.10 Paired Cable, Overall Foil/Braid Shield 5.25 Twinaxial Cable 6.89 Serial Digital Data Rates – Maximum Transmission Distances 19.58 19.78 Serial Digital Video (SDI) Specifications 19.49 Shielded Multi-Conductor Computer Cable for RS-232 Applications 4.2 Shielded Multi-Pair Computer Cable for RS-232, RS-422, & RS-485 Applications 5.3 Shielding & Armoring 22.12–22.14 Snake Cable (Audio) Selection Guide 19.16 Speaker Cable Selection Guide 19.31 Thermocouple Wire Identification & Limits of Error 18.53 Transfer Impedance Coaxial Computer Cable 6.89 Twinaxial Cable 6.89 UL Control Cable 18.63 18.70, 18.77 UL Cordage Types 9.11–9.12 UL Instrumentation Cable 18.41 18.53, 18.56 Unbalanced Crosstalk (Flat Cable) 7.3–7.13 Vertical Tray Flame Test Comparison 18.98 VSWR Limits 6.66 6.75 Wireless 50 Ohm Coax – 6.66 Electrical Characteristics 6.71

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Style No. Volt/Temp Page No.

UL Cable Finder Chart
Style No. Volt/Temp Page No.

UL Cable Finder Chart
Style No. Volt/Temp Page No.

1007

300V 80°C

1015 1028 1061 1180 1213 1277 1283 1354

600V 105°C 600V 105°C 300V 80°C 300V 200°C 105°C 600V 90°C 600V 105°C 30V 60°C

30V 75°C

30V 80°C

1371 1375 1424 1478

105°C 30V 60°C 330V 105°C 330V 200°C 30V 60°C

1569 1641 1770 1855 2092

300V 105°C 30V 75°C 300V 80°C 5000V 80°C 300V 60°C

2093 2094

300V 60°C 300V 60°C

2095

300V 75°C 300V 80°C

2107

600V 60°C

3.4 4.6 19.33 3.5–3.6 3.6 3.3 3.9 3.10 18.30 3.6 6.34, 6.36 6.47–6.48 6.67, 6.69 6.77–6.78 6.80, 6.83, 6.85 15.74 18.13 19.41, 19.44 19.69–19.70 6.35, 6.37 6.41 6.67 19.43, 19.46 19.51 6.30 6.35–6.36 6.38 6.43 6.68–6.70 6.76 18.40 19.43–19.45 19.47 19.53 21.15 3.11 6.34 19.41 4.32–4.33 4.34 6.83, 6.85 15.74 18.13 3.4 6.53 19.61 19.38 3.23 4.3 5.16, 5.18 5.20–5.21 6.87–6.88 18.16–18.17 18.29 19.9, 19.11 19.13–19.14 4.3 4.12–4.13 4.3 5.23, 5.47 19.8 19.40 4.12 4.14 5.23–5.24 19.11 19.13 4.13

2384 2448

30V 60°C 30V 60°C

2464

300V 60°C 300V 80°C

2493

300V 105°C 300V 200°C 300V 60°C

2497 2576

60°C 60°C 150V 80°C

2582 2587

150V 60°C 600V 90°C

2594 2598

75°C 300V 60°C

2651 2668

300V 105°C 30V 60°C

2678 2693 2697 2717 2785 2884 2919

300V 60°C 150V 105°C 300V 105°C 300V 80°C 80°C 300V 80°C 300V 105°C 30V 80°C

2960 3044 3046 3048 3049 3069

30V 60°C 300V 90°C 600V 90°C 600V 90°C 600V 90°C 600V 150°C

4.10 6.88 18.17 19.58 18.15 4.5, 4.8 4.11, 4.13–4.14 4.16–4.17, 4.19 4.21 5.7–5.8 5.11–5.12 5.17–5.18 5.20, 5.29 5.32, 5.37–5.38 5.41 6.87 8.3–8.5 8.7–8.9 8.11, 18.15 18.25 19.13 4.32 4.34 5.35 18.29 19.29 5.44–5.45 19.68 4.3–4.4 4.7–4.8 5.4–5.5 5.33 5.9 19.35 18.32–18.38 19.67 4.5–4.6 5.9 19.35 7.4–7.6 6.48 6.88 18.17 19.70 5.17 7.3 7.9 7.9 5.46 4.14 7.7 4.16, 4.18 5.14–5.15 5.27–5.28 5.30–5.31 5.33, 5.37 5.40, 5.42 8.5–8.6 15.75–15.76 18.29 19.23, 19.57 5.26 3.18 3.18 3.18 3.18 3.21

3070 3071 3074 3075 3101 3123 3125 3126 3135 3173 3190 3191 3192 3193 3195 3196 3199 3212 3213 3214 3239 3321 3340 3374 3436 3484 3499 10245 20006 20063 20081 20197 20201 20233 20253 20468 GTO-10 MC SIS TC

600V 150°C 600V 200°C 600V 200°C 600V 200°C 600V 150°C 600V 150°C 600V 200°C 600V 200°C 600V 200°C 600V 125°C 300V 105°C 600V 105°C 600V 105°C 600V 105°C 600V 125°C 600V 125°C 300V 105°C 600V 150°C 600V 150°C 600V 150°C 80°C 600V 150°C 600V 125°C 600V 150°C 600V 150°C 600V 125°C 7500V 150°C 30V 105°C 30V 60°C 300V 80°C 300V 105°C 30V 60°C 600V 75°C 300V 80°C 600V 80°C 150V 150°C 10kV 105°C 600V 90°C 600V 90°C 600V 75°C

3.21 3.20 3.20 3.20 3.21 3.21 3.20 3.20 3.19 3.14 3.17 3.16 3.16 3.16 3.14 3.14 3.14 3.19 3.19 3.19 3.22 3.15 3.12 3.12 3.15 3.13 3.13 6.72–6.74 19.42 19.65 6.84 7.11–7.12 8.3, 8.10 18.21 18.23–18.24, 18.26 18.27 5.22 19.15 7.8, 7.10 3.24 18.70–18.76 3.15 18.18 18.63–18.69 9.3 9.6 9.4, 9.6 9.4, 9.7 9.7 9.7 9.4, 9.8 9.9 9.10 9.4, 9.6, 9.9 9.3 9.3 9.3 9.5, 9.8 9.5, 9.8 9.5, 9.8–9.9

Portable Cordage HPN 300V 90°C S 600V 60°C SJ 300V 60°C SJO 300V 90°C SJT 300V 60°C 300V 75°C SJTOW 300V 105°C SO 300V 60°C 600V 60°C 600V 90°C SP-1 300V 60°C SPT-1 300V 60°C SPT-2 300V 60°C STOW 600V 105°C SV 300V 60°C SVT 300V 60°C

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28 2. 2. It is designed to give quick access and page reference to current Belden product offerings by AWG size.40 2 Please refer to “Terms of Use of Master Catalog” on page 22.22 .29 2.2.2 2. Table of Contents Cable Finder Guide Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors 25 or More Conductors Combination Gages Partially Shielded Cable Paired Cable Page No.22 2.30–2.2–2.1 Cable Finder Guide The Belden® Cable Finder Guide is a tool for the user of the Belden Master Catalog.29 2. Use the Cable Finder to locate where the specific cable you seek is detailed in the body of the catalog. shielding type and number of conductors.

39 4.21 5.32 — — — — — — — — 9397 1812A 1813A — — — — — — — — 19.26 5.49 5.36 5.39 18.27 21.11 — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.30 19.30 19.28 5.25 4.B E L D E N .39 18.13 19.16 5.27 15.26 5.27 5.5 19.21 5. Page Individual Braid Part No.30 5.52 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .26 5.21 5.28 — 19.13 19.5 19.81 15.18 — — — — 4 9562▼ 1588A▼ 1588R▼ 1590A▼ 1227A1▼ 1243A2▼ 7932A 24501922 5.2 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.6 18.52 18.11 — 7890A■ — 9868■ 7880A ■ — 7892A ■ — — — 19.16 19.50 5.4 15.38 19.7 4.5 19.18 4.8 — — 1211A ● 8132FO 1212A ● 8133FO — 19.11 19.35 19.27 19.9 5.27 5.29 5.30 5.6 5.26 5.27 — 1213A ● 8134FO 8135FO — 1214A 8138FO — — — 9452 9501 8641 82641 88641 1508A 1800B 1801B 1883A ● — 4.28 — — — — — 6 — — — — — — 7 8 10 14 16 18 24 — — — — — — — — 8782 — — — — — — — — 19.17 4.39 — 1215A ■ 7891A ■ — — 15.27 5.13 5. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.56 15. Page 25 AWG and smaller 1 2 — — — — — 9454 8416 8791 — — 19.21 5.36 5.6 — — — — — — — 83304E 83318E 8413 9399 1800F — — — — — — — 4.26 5.5 19. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.14 — 4.11 5.38 4.30 5.26 — 5.17 4.14 5.20 5 — — — — — 9535 4.30 4. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.30 — 9180 9271 3 4 — — — — 83332E 8643 83347E 1804A 1172A — 4.14 — 83303E 83317E 4. overall braid or overall foil and braid.1 • w w w .28 5.28 5.52 5.28 5.64 — — — 9534 9502 82502 88102 89842 1419A 7933A 4.53 19.9 9729 89729 82729 8162 ■ 1509C ■ 1802B◆ — 5.30 19. Page Braid Shield Part No.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.9 5.18 4.44 19.17 — — 19. Page Spiral Shield Part No.52 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .29 5.30 4.28 5.17 — — — — 24 AWG 1 2 3 — — 9398 19.7 18.11 5. plus overall foil.27 — 1902A 19.26 5.27 4.25 5.14 4.57 15.14 4.88 — 4.9 5.31 18.8 9533 9608 9925 83503 9609 9927 83504 9842 82842 8332 9829 8102 7201A 9610 9929 4.8 19.56 15.16 19.27 5.28 — — — 7884A ◗ — — 7885A◗ — — — — — 19. c o m .30 19.28 — 4.14 — — — 19.16 19.5 19.14 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9804 8132 9791 9805 8133 1538A 1540A 9806 8134 9807 8135 9808 8138 9809 9812 — 9841 82841 89841 7200A 7205A 7206A — 5. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.7 83333E 8406 83348E 1192A 4.53 19.9 4.9 5.81 5.63 15.8 0 0 .17 4. b e l d e n .10 19.24 19.63 18.15 18.80 19.30 4.8 15.19 19.28 5.58 6.

56 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.11 4.13 5.44 19.57 15.72 15.56 15.37 — — . Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.65 — — — — — — — — 9537 9538 9504 82504 89504 9681 88104 1421A 1533R▼ 1533P▼ 1624R▼ 1624P▼ 1633A▼ 7919A 7921A 7929A 1300A 1300SB 4.8 18.76 19.10 15.50 5.30 5.10 18.76 15.11 15.15 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .6 18.53 19.27 18.3 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.67 15.56 21.69 18.49 15.8 19.49 5. plus overall foil.9 18.49 5.57 15. Page Individual Braid Part No.56 15.67 19.39 5.53 19.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.10 15.29 5.15 15.18 19. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 24501934 24571097 15. overall braid or overall foil and braid.51 15.17 5.64 15.11 5.76 15.28 — 1904A — 19.54 21.10 18.11 5.52 — 9728 89728 8164 ■ 1408R ■ 1510C ■ 1803F ■ — 5.50 9611 9931 83506 9843 9830 8103 3120A 7202A 8333 4.62 15.28 5.10 15.9 18.63 19.29 9730 5.8 0 0 .57 15.35 19.39 5. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.11 15.67 15.49 15.74 15. Page Page 24 AWG 6 89730 8163 ■ 9990 89503 9680 1420A 88103 7 8 — 1229A1▼ 1245A2▼ 1304A 1305A 1500A▼ 1500R▼ 1501A▼ 1583A▼ 1583R▼ 1583B▼ 1585A▼ 1585B▼ 1585LC▼ 1592A 1594A▼ 1700A▼ 1700R▼ 1701A▼ 1701LC▼ 1752A 1875GB 7883A 7918A 7923A 7924A 7928A 7930A 7934A 7987P 7987R 7988P 7988R 7997A 11700A 11700A2 121700A* 11872A 245019XX 24566XXX 24567XXX 24568XXX 24570XXX 245711XX — 15.54 15.8 18.49 15.50 21.57 21.30 5.75 15.74 19.25 5.75 15.17 4.9 18.18 4.64 15.49 5. b e l d e n .68 15.28 5.72 18.50 21.73 15.63 15.71 19.65 15.11 5.29 5.9 19. Page Braid Shield Part No.B E L D E N .13 5.30 4.13 5. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.11 5.18 4.10 15.10 18.15 5.50 15.36 5.36 5.15 5.68 15.44 5.35 19.20 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.19 19.71 19. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.18 5.13 5.49 5.17 4.50 15.31 18.8 18.1 • w w w .30 5.29 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .64 — — — — 9536 9503 82503 4.56 15.28 5.64 15.8 18.76 9612 9932 9933 9844 9831 9613 8334 8104 7921A 7203A 89842 4.31 18.54 15.

Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No. b e l d e n .50 15.30 5. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.19 19. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.17 4.1 • w w w . plus overall foil.25 5.29 5.65 — — — — 9506 82506 9682 1423A 88106 83512 8336 9839 8106 4.50 5.37 5.29 5.30 8168 ■ 1410R ■ 1512C ■ 1805F ■ 9732 89732 9992 8170 ■ 20 9570▼ 5.29 5.37 5.65 — — — — — — — — 8340 9835 8110 — 9836 5.30 5.37 5.30 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .18 5.50 — — — — 8337 9833 8107 9616 9936 83515 8108 5.29 5.11 5.4 15.12 5.35 19.31 9731 89731 9991 8166 ■ 1409R ■ 1511C ■ 8167 ■ 89757 — 14 — — — — — — 9507 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .15 5.20 — — — — 9733 9734 9993 89734 1411R ■ 1513C ■ 1806F ■ 5.30 — 1906A 19.19 19.17 4.30 — — 12 9566▼ 24501829 5.19 5.28 5.53 19.30 19. Page Page 24 AWG 9 — — — — — — 9539 4.36 5.31 — 5. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.30 5.12 — — 9834 5.18 19.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.20 — — — — 18 — — — — — — 9509 82509 9683 88109 5. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.25 5.49 5. Page Individual Braid Part No. overall braid or overall foil and braid.18 4.29 5.18 19.B E L D E N .50 8165 ■ 89705 5.12 5.8 0 0 .13 5.35 19.44 19.53 19.49 5.11 5.4 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.30 5.15 5.53 19.28 — 1912A — 19.29 5.50 5.44 5.13 5.25 4.15 5.17 4.49 5.20 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.31 4.12 15 — — — — — — 9541 88107 9508 1668A▼ 4. Page Braid Shield Part No.4 — — — — 9542 9510 — — 22 24 — 24501837 — 15.12 15.18 4.50 4.29 5.11 9614 9934 83509 9615 9935 8335 9832 8105 4.11 5.35 19.11 5.44 5.30 5.36 5.13 5.45 19. c o m .13 5.15 5.31 5.53 19.69 16 1702A◆▼ 1703A◆▼ 15.53 19.45 1908A 19.35 19.31 — — — — 10 — — — — — — 9540 9505 82505 89505 1422A 88105 4.30 5.29 5.18 19.

4 18.30 19.19 19.8 0 0 .47 15.11 15.23 5. Page Spiral Shield Part No.15 4.20 5.18 19.35 4.46 15.10 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . b e l d e n .32 19.30 4.47 15.9 15.1 • w w w .10 5.3 4.9 18.23 5.11 18.21 18.33 5.5 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.10 5. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.19 19. plus overall foil.20 19.88 18.52 21. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.75 15.51 19.B E L D E N .4 4.19 19.47 — — — — — — — — — — — — .24 19.3 19.88 6.18 19.11 5.10 5.11 5.53 15.21 18.48 15.70 19.15 4.11 5.10 5.11 15.42 8737 — 5.10 — 83552 3079A 3105A 1696A — 4.6 5.18 5.23 5.23 — 83394 8450▼ 9414 9462 8761 9461 8451 9451 1266A 1503A 88761 87761 82761 9182 ● 89182● 3077F 3078F 3079E 9322 9451P 9451SB — 4.6 5.19 19.42 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 4.46 15.21 18.28 19. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 1872A▼ 1874A▼ 7813LC 7851A▼ 7851NH 7852A▼ 7881A▼ 15.11 6.25 18.6 5.27 — — — — — — — — 82442 9712 9151 8740▼ 9407 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.11 9965 83305E 9966 83319E 8422 8437 ▼ 8441 4.18 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.48 15.51 19.11 18.52 21. overall braid or overall foil and braid.10 5.70 19.20 5.18 19.20 5.51 19. Page 23 AWG 8 7882A▼ 7927A 7931A 7989P 7989R 11872A▼ 121872A▼ 24586XXX 24588XXX 245873XX 22 AWG 1 2 — 8795▼ 8442 88442 — 4.48 19.21 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.11 5.19 19.46 15.29 5.48 4. Page Individual Braid Part No.75 18.

12 4.4 4.3 4. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.19 5.12 18.4 5.33 5.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.21 19.48 4.39 5.33 5.54 19.8 0 0 .13 — 18.38 5.15 4.3 — — 8735 9967 83334E 9968 83349E 4.19 4.19 19.48 — — — — — — — — — 3002A† 9513 — 18.12 5.42 9941 9942 83556 8303 3108A 4.19 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.19 4.41 5.24 5.23 5.17 18.42 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.1 • w w w .43 18.5 5.12 4.33 5.38 19.54 19.12 5. Page Page 22 AWG 3 8794▼ 8443 9491† 9794▼ 8444 88444 82444 8741 9744 88741 82741 1242A ▼ 4.52 18.B E L D E N .30 4.33 5.52 5. Page Braid Shield Part No. b e l d e n .28 — — — — 4 — — 9406 8723 82723 8723SB 88723 87723 5.32 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.3 4. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.33 5.54 19.25 18.54 19.38 19.12 5.52 5.6 5.3 18.43 — — 4 (cont’d) 8728 ■ 9688 ■ ▼ 82688 ■ ▼ 1634A ■ ▼ 3087A 9328 3001A ■ 1814R ■ 1502P 1502R 9451D◆ 1504A◆ 8445 9576▼ 8742▼ 9745 82742 4.79 18.19 4.43 18.20 19.23 5. Page Individual Braid Part No.24 5.41 5.38 5.43 4.25 18.23 4.41 5.33 5. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.40 19.39 19.15 4. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .6 5.40 19.12 5.3 — — — — — — 9943 4.29 5.3 4.12 4.38 5.13 9939 83553 3106A 9940 83554 8302 9855▼ 1268A▼ 89855▼ 1269A▼ 9696 89696▼ 3107A ▼ 4.43 5.24 5.48 5.54 19.29 18.24 5.37 5.3 4. c o m .28 4.25 5.42 5.6 5.12 21.5 5.43 19.6 Multi-conductor Cable Less than 25 Conductors No. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.30 9770 8771 83395 9363 † 8729 83396 9302▼ 9184▼ 3000A 9512 9451DP 4.79 15.28 — 3003A† ■ 8767 ▼ 8777 82777 88777 87777 8777SB 9329 5 6 — — 7 9430 4.79 15.17 5.14 4.46 15.4 4.25 5.32 5.54 19. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .38 5.32 5. plus overall foil.43 4.19 4.4 5.

42 9944 8304 3109A 4.37 5.4 5.24 5.32 — — — — — — — — — 19 20 22 — 9431 — — 4.21 19.41 5.32 4.4 5.17 18.24 5.4 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9521 — — 18.5 — — — — 3008A 18.22 — — — — — — 14 15 16 18 — 8458 9160▼ 8744▼ 8748 — 4.23 18.22 — — 5.22 15.19 5.54 19. Page Page 22 AWG 8 82757 7922A 9423 8456 8457 8743▼ 8747 82743 9 10 12 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9306▼ 9516 — — 5. b e l d e n . overall braid or overall foil and braid.40 19.4 5. plus overall foil.42 83569 8310 — 4.19 5.9 4.25 4.32 — — 8768▼ 8778 82778 88778 87778 9331 1816R■ 1218B — — 3007A ■ 1817R ■ 8764▼ 8774 9332 1219B — — 8765▼ 8775 9333 9768 3009A 1818R ■ 1220B ■ — — 5.43 19.6 5. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.40 19.21 19. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.4 5.21 19.40 19.43 19.6 5.42 18.7 Multi-conductor Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.3 — — — — 9305▼ 3004A 9514 5.41 5.32 — — — — — — — 24 9747 5.42 — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.42 4.25 5.76 — — .23 5.21 5.19 4.4 5.3 5.43 19.8 0 0 .42 8307 9947 8308 — 5. Page Individual Braid Part No.23 18.1 • w w w .3 4.43 18.5 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3006A 9309▼ 9520 — — 18.28 9330 3005A ■ 1815R ■ 1217B 9891■ 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .48 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.4 5.43 19.5 5.42 5.23 18.32 18.41 5.19 5.5 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .54 19.17 18.24 18.22 — — 18.48 5.17 18.43 19.6 9945 83559 9946 8305 83562 8306 4.32 4.25 5.37 5.54 19.B E L D E N .43 5.37 5. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 9421 8757 ▼ 9746 88757 4.40 19.

8 19.22 4.20 19.44 18.78 18.24 19.87 — 9802▼ 83393 85230 8762 9464 9154 9320 1033A 3111A 3112A 3113A 83955 83950 83952 83954 8772 9803▼ 85240 9364 † 1526A † 3016A — 4.34 19.5 18.54 18.5 18.41 5.34 19.6 6.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.34 18.88 6.40 4.45 83606 4.29 4.55 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . plus overall foil.15 4.31 4.21 19.44 — 8759 — 5.40 — — 22660 † ■ 23545*† ■ 26539*† ■ 18.76 15.26 3018A † ■ 22662 † ■ 23546*† ■ 26540*† ■ 9883 9873 — 8725 9891■ 9901● ■ 89901● ■ 89892■ 1076A■ 1006A■ 1012A■ 22639■ 23514*■ 26532*■ — 18.32 18.55 18.45 18.80 18.7 19.34 18.22 — — 9902●■ 15.75 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.75 15.55 18.78 18.80 5.14 18.55 18.78 18.14 18.34 — — — — — 7404AS 8427 8418 9892 18.75 15.34 — — — — — — — 83609 4. c o m .5 18.42 — 5.55 19.80 — — 4 9444 7102A 7402A 8484 4.7 19.44 — 83602 9207 ● 9463 9463DB 89463 129463* 139463* 189463* 9463F — 4.40 19.34 19.55 18.31 18.47 15. Page 20 AWG 1 2 — 85220 7400A 83930 83932▼ 83934▼ 83915▼ 83900▼ 83905▼ 83910▼ 8649 8205 9408 — 4.28 18.45 — — 9963 83335E 7401AS 8423 8403 9964 83350E 7402AS 8424 8404 7403AS 8405 8425 9260 8426 4.26 9402 1075A ■ 3115A ■ 22638 ■ 23534*■ 26531*■ — 5.40 19.80 18.45 18.32 5.31 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.13 18.34 5.44 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.13 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.55 18.26 6. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.11 18.14 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .14 — 22671■ 23543*■ 26530*■ — 18.80 18.55 4.15 4.13 9961 83306E 9962 83320E 8412 8402 9272 4.80 — — — 7 8 9439 7404A — 4. b e l d e n .76 — 85164 1056A — 5.76 18.8 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.15 4.7 — — — — — — — — 6 — — 3017A † 18.26 — — 10 — — — — 9890▼ 4.54 18.55 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.14 18.80 — — — — 3 7101A 7401A 9492 † 18.55 18.41 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.34 4.15 4.44 — — — — — — — — 9 9455 7105A 7405A — 4.5 18.B E L D E N .35 18.78 18.54 18.80 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.80 — — — 5 9445 7403A 9750 4.8 0 0 .87 18.32 18.13 5.40 15.20 19.44 18.29 5.78 18.32 18.12 4.34 19.6 19.7 4.29 18. Page Spiral Shield Part No.80 18.31 19.43 18.45 18.14 18.55 18.8 — — 83604 4.54 18.54 18.1 • w w w .22 4.54 18.8 18.14 19.

54 18.46 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.9 5.9 5.51 19.7 — — 9261 7106AS 4.8 0 0 .26 1083A† ■ 22663† ■ 23547*† ■ 26541*† ■ 9886 9874 22640■ 23513*■ 26533*■ 18.83 18.87 5.80 18.80 18.48 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.6 6. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 9457 7106A 7406A 9751 4.80 18.33 5.45 18.78 18.7 19.64 18.57 — — 8790 — — 5.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.58 — — 83652 3072F 3073F 3074F — — 4.22 5.24 19.23 — — 27325AS 9574▼ 8760 9460 88760 87760 82760 3076F 9318 1032A 9341 1120A 3088A 3088AE 3088CE — — 18.42 18.31 19.46 18.19 18.48 5.9 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.54 18.48 5.34 5.14 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .31 4.64 19.83 — — — — 19 AWG 2 8486 — 9571▼ 7409A 27916A 27325A 9708 8460 1863A 8461 29030* 9740 89740 87740 82740 9409 9486 5.64 4. Page Braid Shield Part No. b e l d e n .51 19.45 18.32 5.21 5.78 18. plus overall foil.21 5.57 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .78 18.32 18.B E L D E N .32 18.8 5.42 18.45 18.35 18.80 — — .5 18.14 18.80 5. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.44 18.14 5.58 18.21 19.78 18.78 18.47 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.44 — — — — — 1077A■ 1013A■ 22641■ 23503*■ 26534*■ 9875 — 18.80 18.80 18.32 19.32 3020A † 18.21 19.78 18.80 18.82 18.34 5. Page Page 20 AWG 12 15 16 9458 — 4.21 5.57 18.42 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.18 — — — — — — 18 AWG 1 2 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.80 5.14 — 83307E 83321E 8428 9250 8208 — 4.44 — — — — 9876 1084A† ■ 22672† ■ 23548*† ■ 26542*† ■ 9877 1078A■ 1014A■ 22676■ 23521*■ 26535*■ — — 22645 ■ 23533*■ 26514*■ 22417 ■ 24511*■ 25506*■ 5.33 19.44 18.5 — — — — — — — — — 9894▼ 85168 1057A 4.35 18.32 18.7 — — — — — — — — — — — — 22 24 — — — — — — — — — 3021A † 1058A — 18.18 18.7 — 4.11 18.88 5. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.26 18.14 5. overall braid or overall foil and braid.1 • w w w .80 18.41 5.42 — — — — 18 7107A 7407A 9752 — — 18.9 5.18 18.14 18.45 83612 4.57 18.80 5.51 19.80 — — 18.15 5.

32 18.82 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.46 18.35 18.26 — — 10 — — — — — — — — — — — — 11 — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.57 18.58 18.5 18.78 18.5 18.35 — — — — 3028A † ■ 3064A † ■ 22678 † ■ 23516*† ■ 26523*† ■ 22443 † ■ 24517*† ■ 25522*† ■ 9773 9369 — 18.48 18.46 18.47 18.82 18.26 22677 † ■ 23505*† ■ 26522*† ■ 22442 † ■ 24516*† ■ 25500*† ■ 3088AE 3088CE 9368 1474A ■ 1048A ■ 22633 ■ 23511*■ 26515*■ 22405 ■ 24512*■ 25514*■ — 18.32 18.58 18.46 18.64 18.23 4.46 18.1 • w w w . Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.32 18.26 7 8 8467 7113A 7413A 27327A 29035* 27601A 29036* 9157 4.47 18.88 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .57 — 83653 4.35 18.64 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .48 18. b e l d e n .83 18.32 18.57 18.14 83336E 4. Page Braid Shield Part No.58 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.80 18.83 18.64 18.13 4.8 0 0 .47 18. plus overall foil.6 4.88 5.78 18.31 18.83 5.8 — — 83351E 7111AS 7411AS 4.83 18.83 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3027A† 9553 1529A 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.46 — — — — — — — — — 9554 1466A 1064A 18.80 18.88 5.57 — — 3029A 9388 1475A ■ 1049A ■ 22648 ■ 23530*■ 26516*■ 22404 ■ 24513*■ 25503*■ — 18.88 5.83 18.46 18.64 18.47 18.83 — — — 9 8469 7414A 27336A 27328A 29038* 9159 27602A 4.46 18.35 5 6 8465 7412A 27335A 29033* 27600A 29034* 8690 — — — — 18.6 4. Page Individual Braid Part No.88 8791 4.88 5.35 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.13 4.80 18.83 18.80 18.24 18.58 18.13 4.5 4.35 18.24 4.47 18.80 18.42 18.13 4.B E L D E N .31 27334AS 8770 88770 9365† 1036A† 1121A† 3089A† 27326AS 9418 89418 82418 9578▼ 9552 3025A 1063A — 4 8489 88489 82489 7411A 27326A 29032* 9156 4.80 18.64 18.64 4. Page Page 18 AWG 3 7110A 7410A 9493† 27334A 29031* 18.78 18.23 18.64 18.64 — — — — — — 83659 4.48 18.26 83654 4.24 4.8 — — 7413AS 18.5 18.8 18.10 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.35 18.82 18.78 18.13 4.82 18.58 18. c o m .48 18.63 4.47 83656 4.88 18.80 18.64 18.8 4.80 18.64 18.

88 18.8 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 16 — — — — 1467A 1065A 18.80 5.82 18.64 18.46 83662 4.58 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.80 18.32 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.64 5.35 3030A † 9556 18.57 18.88 — 5.78 18.83 — — 17 18 27607A 7116A 7416A 27608A 8692 8619 27609A 27610A 29048* — 9741 18.6 18.26 3031A † ■ 1093A † ■ 22679 † ■ 23515*† ■ 26524*† ■ 22444 † ■ 24518*† ■ 25520*† ■ 9774 9389 22634 ■ 23528*■ 26517*■ 18.47 18.11 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.64 18.64 18.32 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.80 18.83 18.32 18. b e l d e n .C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.64 5.42 18.47 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.80 18.48 18.46 18. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 8466 7115A 7415A 27329A 29040* 8691 4.46 18.80 18.80 18.57 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.42 18.64 18.48 18.46 18.35 18.80 18. plus overall foil.83 18.57 — — 1476A■ 1050A■ 22635■ 23531*■ 26518*■ 22418■ 24514*■ 25505*■ — 23508*† ■ 26525*† ■ 9775 9390 — — 9391 3033A † ■ 1094A † ■ 22680 † ■ 23523*† ■ 26526*† ■ 22445 † ■ 24519*† ■ 25523*† ■ 9776 1477A ■ 1051A ■ 22636 ■ 23524*■ 26519*■ 22421 ■ 24515*■ 25501*■ 18.64 18.82 18.88 5.83 18.64 4.57 18.47 18.83 — 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Page Individual Braid Part No.8 — — — — — 7416AS — 18.78 18.5 18.5 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.8 4.35 18. Page Page 18 AWG 12 13 14 15 27603A 27604A 8468 27605A 29043* 27606A 9161 18.58 18.82 18.78 18.64 18.82 18.83 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.1 • w w w .35 — 9559 — 18.46 — — — — — — — — 19 20 22 24 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9563 3032A † 1468A 1066A — — 18.80 — — .8 0 0 .57 18.48 18.83 18.80 18.83 5.B E L D E N .46 — — 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.80 18.78 18.78 18.8 — — 7115AS 7415AS 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .42 18.80 18.48 18.80 18.

81 18.82 18.27 22603 † ■ 23507*† ■ 26502*† ■ 22413 † ■ 24501*† ■ 25502*† ■ 1492A ■ 1055A ■ 22628 ■ 23527*■ 26501*■ 22409 ■ 24505*■ 25510*■ — 18.6 18.55 18. b e l d e n .54 18.49 18.88 18.49 18.36 19.15 4.65 18.88 4.31 19.50 18.59 18.33 19.65 5.36 18.24 19.65 19.32 21.79 18.59 19.65 18.33 19.33 18.81 18.27 18.36 21.49 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.31 18.8 83704 29500 4.81 18.31 4.60 4.59 83706 4.88 — — — — — — — — 3045A † ■ 22687 † ■ 23522*† ■ 26509*† ■ 22448 † ■ 24507*† ■ 25507*† ■ 1037A■ — 18.79 18.6 4.65 18.83 18.59 18.55 18.30 — — — — — — — — 18.15 18.15 4.32 18.24 18.10 4.28 4.20 4.9 9.32 18.55 18.88 — — 9953 83337E 4.36 18.28 18.54 18.88 18.65 18.B E L D E N .60 18.20 — 8780 — 5. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.79 18.88 18.28 18.9 19.15 4.54 18.59 — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.33 18.59 18.65 4. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.50 18. Page Braid Shield Part No. c o m .28 18.82 18.27 6. overall braid or overall foil and braid.35 18.83 18.81 18.15 9951 83308E 9952 83322E 8408 4. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.27 7 8621 9422 85107 7125A 7425A 27323A 29020* 4.60 18.82 18.50 18.55 18.13 4.83 — — — — 3 4 9498 85103 7122A 7422A 9494 † 1034A † 27331A 29004* 8620 7423A 27338A 29018* 3082K 3082KP 1308A 9620 9420 85105 7424A 27339A 29019* 27615A 29005* 5 6 4.29 4. Page 16 AWG 1 2 — 8677 85221 85102 9572▼ 7421A 27917A 27337A 9716 8470 9497 1862A 8471 29017* 9410 1035A 9487 1307A — 4.65 18.33 5.12 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.15 4.65 18.49 18.1 • w w w .36 18.23 19.36 21.59 18.36 18.31 83703 4.24 19.49 18.83 — — — — — — — — — 3044A † 1528A 1527A 18.81 18.6 — 85231 9575▼ 27337AS 8719 9316 1030A 1101A 1000A 1018A 1023A 1114A▼ 1115A▼ 1116A▼ 1117A▼ 83951 83953 9342 1118A 3090A 3090AE 3090CE 8618 85241 9366 † 1031A † 1119A † 3091A † 27331AS 9579 ▼ 3043A 1069A — 4.8 0 0 . plus overall foil.8 4.81 18.83 — — — — 9954 83352E 7123AS 7423AS 8407 4.9 9.81 18.60 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.10 4.6 4.32 18.36 18.6 4.82 18.83 18.83 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .28 4. Page Individual Braid Part No.88 — 22646 ■ 23501*■ 26500*■ 22416 ■ 24500*■ 25504*■ — 18.54 18.59 — 83702 9860 ● ▼ — 4.55 18.55 18.33 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .50 18.49 18.81 18.29 18.49 18.50 18.79 18. Page Spiral Shield Part No.49 18.83 18.22 19.

9 9.9 9.59 — — 1494A ■ 1041A ■ 22631 ■ 23510*■ 26505*■ 22411 ■ 24503*■ 25513*■ — 22688 † ■ 23529*† ■ 26511*† ■ — — 18.65 18.65 18.83 18.8 0 0 .65 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.65 18.83 18.10 4.36 — — — — — — — — — — — — 19 20 — — — — — — — — — — — — 83719 — 4.49 18.83 18.82 18.59 18.83 — 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . of Conductors Unshielded Part No. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.81 18.81 — — — — 17 18 27622A 7128A 7428A 27623A 8624 9429 27625A 29007* 18.82 18.27 — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads. overall braid or overall foil and braid.28 18.50 — — 83712 — — 4.27 — — — — — — 16 — — — — 1485A 1071A 18.6 18.79 18.88 — — — — — 7428AS — 18.79 18.36 18. b e l d e n . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .10 18.33 18.59 — — 1493A ■ 1039A ■ 22629 ■ 23509 *■ 26503*■ 22410 ■ 24502*■ 25511*■ 18.1 • w w w .88 — — — — 1484A 1070A 18.81 18.83 — — .B E L D E N .27 — — 3047A † ■ 1097A † ■ 22675 † ■ 23520*† ■ 26510*† ■ 22414 † ■ 24508*† ■ 25509*† ■ 1040A ■ 22630 ■ 23500*■ 26504*■ 22446 ■ 24506*■ 25512*■ — — — — — 18.65 4.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.83 18.36 — — 3046A† — — 18.65 4. plus overall foil.79 18.33 18.49 18.36 18.59 18.65 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.27 — — — — 10 11 12 27617A 29022* 27618A 8622 9425 7127A 7427A 27341A 29006* — — — — — — — — 7427AS — — 18. Page Page 16 AWG 8 9 9621 9424 85109 7126A 7426A 27340A 4.65 18.6 18.79 18.10 18.50 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.6 4.81 18.88 — — — — — — 83709 4.81 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.36 18.65 18. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 9721 27616A 29021* 4.9 9.49 18.6 4.88 4.81 18.88 18.81 18.49 18.59 18.83 — — — — — — — — — 13 14 15 27619A 27620A 8623 27621A 29023* 9427 27330A 18.33 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.10 18.65 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 83715 — — 4.6 4.82 18.60 18.81 18.83 18.79 18.65 4.82 18.81 18.81 18.65 18.13 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.9 9.

61 19.59 18.51 18.37 18.71 18.20 18.83 18.7 18.37 18.81 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.74 18.82 18.85 18.71 18.83 — — — 14 AWG 2 8675 9580▼ 7434A 27080A 27636A 9717 1861A 8473 27243* 28243* 27840* 28840* 22100 C5500* 9411 9488 1309A 3 7435A 9495† 27081A 27244* 28244* 27841* 28841* 22101 C5501* C5701* 8627 7136A 7436A 27082A 1810A 27245* 28245* 27842* 28842* 22102 C5502* C5702* 1310A 4.9 19.34 — — — — — — 9367 † 3081A† 27081AS 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .37 27082AS 18.74 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.37 18.49 18.81 18.37 18.74 18.49 18.51 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.66 83754 29501 4.32 21.33 18.34 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.66 83753 4.82 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .83 18. b e l d e n .66 19.74 18.33 18.66 18.23 19.51 18.71 18.51 18.34 18. plus overall foil.85 18.35 18.89 18.B E L D E N .33 5.8 0 0 .92 19.66 19.74 18.74 18.1 • w w w .79 18. c o m .61 18.14 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.89 18.22 19.81 18.34 — — — — 4 — — 7136AS 7436AS 18.60 18.33 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.59 — — 3049A † ■ 1098A † ■ 22689 † ■ 23526*† ■ 26512*† ■ 22415 † ■ 24509*† ■ 25508*† ■ 1495A ■ 1042A ■ 22632 ■ 23525*■ 26506*■ 22412 ■ 24504*■ 25518*■ — 18.50 18.89 18.36 21.36 21.71 18.83 18.65 18.15 18.20 — — — — 9581▼ 8720 9314 9343 3080A 4.85 18.71 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No. Page Page 16 AWG 24 — — — — — — 3048A† 1486A 1072A 18.61 18.92 4.30 — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.79 18.8 4. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.81 18.61 83752 4.71 18.50 18.

Page Individual Braid Part No.89 18.37 18.85 18.85 18.89 18.7 18.85 18.85 18.B E L D E N . Page Braid Shield Part No.37 18.89 18.66 4.66 18.71 18.74 18.15 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.74 18.85 18.66 18.37 18.71 18.71 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.66 18.71 18.71 18.71 18.74 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.66 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.89 18.66 18.7 18.74 18.71 18.89 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 83756 4.71 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.74 18.89 4.71 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No. plus overall foil.74 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.71 18.74 18.37 18.71 18.66 19.71 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Page Page 14 AWG 5 6 9623 27083A 27246* 28246* 27843* 28843* 22103 C5503* 27084A 27247* 28247* 27844* 28844* 22104 C5504* 8628 7438A 27085A 27248* 28248* 27845* 28845* 22105 C5505* 27086A 1811A 27269* 28269* 27846* 28846* 22106 C5506* 7439A 27087A 27535* 28535* 22107 27088A 27249* 28249* 27847* 28847* 22108 C5508* 27089A 8629 7440A 27090A 27250* 28250* 27848* 28848* 22110 C5510* 27091A 27092A 27093A 27251* 28251* 27849* 28849* C5513* 4.74 18.74 18. b e l d e n .74 18.71 18.85 18.71 18.36 — — — — — — — — 8 — — — — — — — — — — — — 9 — — — — — — — — — — — — 10 — — — — — — — — — — — — 11 12 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 13 14 15 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.66 18.71 18. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide .74 18.8 0 0 .85 18.74 18.34 — — — — 7 — — 7438AS 18.66 18.74 18.74 18.7 18.66 18.89 18.71 18.1 • w w w .66 18.

34 18.71 18.30 — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.66 4.32 21.92 18.92 19.85 18.66 18.66 18.16 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.71 18.23 19.62 83803 4.74 18.89 18.36 21.85 18.62 19.85 18.33 18.85 18.74 18.71 18.37 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No. Page Page 14 AWG 16 17 18 19 27094A 22114 27095A 27096A 27097A 27969* 28969* 27098A 27252* 28252* 27850* 28850* 22118 C5518* 27099A 27100A 27101A 27102A 8673 9582▼ 27109A 27641A 9718 1860A 8477 27254* 28254* 27853* 28853* 22120 C5530* C5730* 9412 9489 1311A 18.66 18.89 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.67 18.35 18.33 18.71 18.52 18.34 — — — — — — 7445AS 18.1 • w w w .92 18.74 18.62 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.62 — — — — 83802 — — — — 4.33 5.52 18.67 19.89 18.74 18.85 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.34 5.36 21. overall braid or overall foil and braid.74 18.20 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 20 — — — — — — — — — — — — 21 22 23 24 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9583▼ 8718 9312 9344 3103A — — — — 4.71 18. b e l d e n .34 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 12 AWG 2 3 4 7444A 27110A 27255* 28255* 27854* 28854* 22121 C5531* C5731* 7145A 7445A 27111A 27256* 28256* 27855* 28855* 22122 C5532* C5732* 1312A — — — — 3102A† 3104A† 18.67 18.74 18.37 — — 83804 29502 4.89 18.71 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.66 18.15 18.71 18.74 18. c o m .66 18.71 18.66 18.66 18.37 18.71 18.74 18.67 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .9 19. of Conductors Unshielded Part No. Page Individual Braid Part No. plus overall foil.66 18.B E L D E N .20 18.71 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 4.8 0 0 .52 18.22 19.

71 18.67 18.74 18.67 18.85 18.74 18. Page Page 12 AWG 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 27112A 27271* 28271* 27856* 28856* 22123 C5533* 27113A 27272* 28272* 27857* 28857* 22124 C5534* 27114A 27273* 28273* 27858* 28858* 22125 C5535* 27115A 27274* 28274* 27859* 28859* 22126 C5536* 27116A 27538* 28538* 22127 27117A 27275* 28275* 27860* 28860* 22128 C5538* 27118A 27119A 27276* 28276* 27861* 28861* 22130 C5540* 27120A 27121A 27122A 27277* 28277* 27862* 28862* C5543* 27123A 22134 27124A 27125A 18.71 18.74 18.67 18.67 18.71 18.74 18.8 0 0 .67 18.71 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.89 18.71 18.89 18.85 18.71 18.34 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.74 18.89 18.67 18.74 18.74 18. plus overall foil.67 18.71 18.85 18.85 18.71 18.67 18.74 18.67 18.71 18.71 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.17 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.1 • w w w .71 18.71 18.89 18.89 18.74 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.71 18.71 18.71 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.67 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 83806 4.74 18.89 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .85 18.71 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.89 18.85 18. b e l d e n .67 18.74 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.67 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.85 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.85 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .67 18.74 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.74 18.74 18.B E L D E N . c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide .67 18.

B E L D E N .75 18.36 21.90 18.85 18. c o m .18 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .89 18.72 18.72 18.90 18.90 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.75 18.30 — — — — 5 — — — — — — — — — — — — 6 — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.68 18.38 — — 29503 18.68 18.67 18.85 18.71 18.74 18.67 18.92 19.68 18.92 18.72 18.67 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.67 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No. Page Page 12 AWG 19 20 21 22 23 24 27126A 27539* 28539* 27127A 27278* 28278* 27863* 28863* 22138 C5548* 27128A 27129A 27130A 27131A 8678 27138A 27643A 27257* 28257* 27866* 28866* 22140 C5560* C5760* 1313A 27139A 27258* 28258* 27867* 28867* 22141 C5561* C5761* 7447A 27140A 27259* 28259* 27868* 28868* 22142 C5562* C5762* 27141A 27281* 28281* 27869* 28869* 22143 C5563* 27142A 27282* 28282* 27870* 28870* 22144 C5564* 18.38 18.92 18.72 18.72 18.8 18.68 18.85 18.72 18.72 18.67 18.75 18.71 18.90 18.72 18.72 18.75 18.75 18.71 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.20 18.75 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . plus overall foil.75 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.8 0 0 .75 18.71 18.74 18.85 18.75 18.67 4. overall braid or overall foil and braid. b e l d e n .72 18.68 18.75 18.90 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 10 AWG 2 3 — — — — — — — — — — — — 4 — — 7447AS 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.85 18.68 18.1 • w w w .85 18.

72 18.90 18.90 18.72 18.68 18.75 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.68 18.75 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .72 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.75 18.75 18.68 18.19 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.85 18.1 • w w w .75 18.72 18.72 18.75 18.75 18.75 18.75 18.72 18.90 18.72 18. Page Individual Braid Part No. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.68 18.85 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.85 18.85 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .75 18. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide .85 18.75 18.8 0 0 .72 18.72 18.72 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No. Page Page 10 AWG 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 20 27143A 27283* 28283* 27877* 28877* 22145 C5565* 27144A 27284* 28284* 27878* 28878* 22146 C5566* 27145A 27541* 28541* 22147 27146A 27285* 28285* 27879* 28879* 22148 C5568* 27147A 27148A 27286* 28286* 27880* 28880* 22150 C5570* 22152 27287* 28287* 27881* 28881* C5573* 22154 27288* 28288* 27882* 28882* C5578* 18.90 18.B E L D E N .72 18.85 18.90 18.68 18. plus overall foil.72 18.72 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.68 18. b e l d e n .85 18.75 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.72 18.90 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.

72 18.75 18.B E L D E N .72 18.90 18. Page Spiral Shield Part No.72 18.75 18. b e l d e n .28 — — — — 6 AWG 2 27152A 27293* 28293* 27874* 28874* 22170 C5590* 27153A 27262* 28262* 27875* 28875* 22171 C5591* 7453A 27154A 27263* 28263* 27876* 28876* C5592* — — — — — — — — — — — — 3 — — — — — — — — — — — — 4 — — — — — — 29505 18.92 18.86 18.90 18.37 — — 29504 18.72 18.72 18.72 18.28 — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads. Page Individual Braid Part No.75 18.72 18.72 18.72 18.72 18.68 18.86 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.86 18.75 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.38 18.72 18.86 18.68 18.68 18.68 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .93 18.68 18.68 18.75 18.93 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No. plus overall foil.72 18.75 18. Page 8 AWG 2 27149A 27291* 28291* 27871* 28871* 22160 C5583* 27150A 27260* 28260* 27872* 28872* 22161 C5581* 7450A 27151A 27261* 28261* 27873* 28873* 22162 C5582* 18.86 18.38 18.75 18.1 • w w w . Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.92 18.20 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.90 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . overall braid or overall foil and braid. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.75 18. c o m .92 18.93 — — — — — — — — — — — — 3 — — — — — — — — — — — — 4 — — 7450AS 18.75 18.8 0 0 .75 18.75 18.75 18.

† ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .94 18.69 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.93 18.93 18.30 — — — — 3 AWG 3 — — — — — — — — — — — — 2 AWG 2 3 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 4 — — — — — — 29507 18.30 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 2/0 AWG 3 3/0 AWG 3 4/0 AWG 3 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.75 18.75 18.30 18.30 — — — — — — — — — — 1/0 AWG 3 29529 29530 29531 29532 18.69 18.30 — — — — 1 AWG 3 29528 18.73 18.69 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.1 • w w w .75 18. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 27155A 22180 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.86 18.94 — 18.69 18.B E L D E N .75 18. Page 4 AWG 2 3 27156A 27264* 28264* 27894* 28894* 22181 C5601* 27157A 27265* 28265* 27895* 28895* C5602* 27896* 28896* C5611* 27158A 27159A 27267* 28267* 27888* 28888* C5621* 27160A 27268* 28268* 27889* 28889* C5622* 27161A C5625* C5627* — 6163 — 18.86 — — — — — — — — — — — — . b e l d e n . Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.93 18.75 18.75 18. Page Braid Shield Part No. Page Spiral Shield Part No.73 18.69 18.30 18.76 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .73 18.73 18.73 18.93 18.73 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.76 18.69 18.76 18.94 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 4 — — — — — — 29506 18.30 18.93 18.73 18.21 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.76 18.73 18.69 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.8 0 0 . plus overall foil.

20 50 — — — — 9546 9525 88125 4.26 — 5.61 15.19 19.57 5. b e l d e n .18 — — — 37 38 40 48 — — — 1700S6 1701S6 9585 ▼ 1864A▼ 1871A▼ 1232A1▼ 22713010 24501858 24571221 24572XXX 24576XXX 24577XXX 25500XXX — — — — — — 15.63 15.16 5.29 5.45 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.31 19.31 4.18 19.17 4.45 19.50 5.57 5.8 0 0 .28 5. c o m . † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .17 — 62 64 68 96 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9543 9684 1424A 82512 88112 9544 9515 1425A — — — — — 4.27 19.35 19.18 5.31 — — 52 54 64 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1415R ■ 1517C ■ 9738 1416R ■ 1518C ■ 1854F ■ 19.18 19.31 — — — — — 26 32 36 48 50 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 8148FO — 8155FO — — 5. Page 25 AWG and smaller 25 — — — — — — 8142FO 5.15 5.61 15.19 5.82 — 4.50 4.20 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.19 19.11 5.29 5.30 5.1 • w w w .49 5.35 19.35 19.11 — 5.18 19.35 19.65 — — — — 34 36 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 8348 9837 8118 9618 9938 — — — — 5.18 19.82 5.14 — 7893A ■ — — — — 19.17 — 24 AWG 25 30 — — — — — — 9735 8175 1412R ■ 1514C ■ 1850F ■ 9736 8178 ■ 89758 — 9737 1413R 1515C ■ 1414R ■ 1516C ■ 1852F ■ 9995 8185 ■ ■ ■ 32 24501848 15.29 5.37 5.22 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.29 19. plus overall foil.19 19.30 5.15 5.66 15.28 — — — — 7886A ◗ — 7887A◗ — — 19.53 19.29 5.19 19.12 4.50 9619 8355 9838 8125 4.11 5.15 — — — — — — — — — — — — 7888A◗ — 7889A◗ — — 19. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.14 — 5.26 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.17 — 19.27 5.29 5. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.18 19.17 5. Page Spiral Shield Part No.65 15.20 — — — — — — — 1924A — — — 19. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.29 5.17 — 19.26 — 5.55 5.28 5.29 19.65 15.45 — — 1916A 19.11 5.27 15.B E L D E N .12 5.60 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 88118 9519 9545 — 5.14 9637 8142 9813 — 8148 9819 — 9825 8155 1401A 9814 — 1403A — 9617 9937 8342 8112 8345 8115 — 4.17 4.28 — — 1932A — — 19. Page Individual Braid Part No.58 15.58 15. overall braid or overall foil and braid.12 5.59 15.26 — 15.4 15.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.55 15.30 — 5.

22 5.17 18. plus overall foil. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.B E L D E N .65 15.32 5.22 19.40 19.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.65 15.5 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9772† — 9319▼ 9526 — 3012A — 4.65 15.23 — — 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.12 — — — — — — — — — 1519C ■ — — 19.32 — — — — — — — 8766 ▼ 8776 3011A ■ 1819R ■ 1222B 9769 — — 8769 9335 — — — — — — — 5.21 19.23 — 18.66 4. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.17 18.66 15.40 19. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.5 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9315▼ 9524 3010A — — — — — — — 5.19 — — — — — — — .66 15.65 15.4 — 5.17 — 9950 8325 — — — — — — — — — 4.43 19. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .42 — — — 5. Page Individual Braid Part No.21 19.66 15.21 19. b e l d e n . c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide — — — — — — — — — — — — 9550 — — 5.66 15. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .66 15.23 18.43 — 19.19 5.66 15.23 19.42 — 18.65 15.43 19.17 18.66 15.23 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable 25 or More Conductors No.22 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 22 AWG 25 30 32 — — — — — — — — 34 36 37 38 — — — 9748 — — — 5.66 15.43 19.5 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9327 9527 — — — 8752▼ 3014A 8751▼ — ▼ — — 5.65 15.66 15.18 18.4 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1820R ■ 1225B 3013A ■ 1821R ■ 1427B — 1822R■ 8773 1221B 1823R ■ 1226B 9767 — 3015A ■ — 1428B — — — — 50 52 54 56 64 74 76 100 102 104 9434 — 8750 — — — — — — — 4.21 5.40 19.23 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.21 19.4 4.65 15. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.42 — 8318 9949 — — 5.32 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.19 — — — — — — — — — 40 48 9433 — 4.1 • w w w .40 19.42 — — — — — — 9948 8312 8315 — — — — — — 4.22 18.42 18.22 5.40 19.20 — 5. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No. Page Page 24 AWG 100 104 100 150 200 210 400 500 600 800 1200 1800 2400 — — 24501877 24571235 22713020 24501887 24501897 24571250 22713030 22713035 24501906 24571265 22713040 22713045 24571266 22713050 22713060 22713070 22713080 22713090 8459 9432 8749 — — — 15.19 5.65 15.37 5.42 5.4 5.8 0 0 .32 4.22 — 19.

80 18.47 18.42 18.80 18.64 18.44 18.80 18.80 18. c o m .46 18.45 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.35 — — — — — — 30 — — — — 9565 18.58 18.8 — — — 7417AS 18.35 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 37 38 27613A 9743 18.80 18.88 5.8 0 0 .78 18. b e l d e n .45 18.45 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.57 18.44 — — — — 18 AWG 25 9626 7117A 7417A 27611A 29053* 27612A 29058* 9742 — 4.80 — 18.80 18.32 18.44 18.78 18.6 18.80 18.45 18.45 18.80 18.80 18.B E L D E N . Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.42 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.80 18.44 — — — — — — — — 100 — — — — — — 1062A 18.44 18.80 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Page Spiral Shield Part No.44 — — — — — — — — 60 72 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3024A† 1061A — 18.88 18.44 — — — — — — — 9879 1079A ■ 22643 ■ 23532*■ 26536*■ 1085A † ■ 23571*† ■ 26553*† ■ 1091A ■ 1092A † ■ 22673 † ■ 23549*† ■ 26543*† ■ 1080A ■ 22647■ 23506*■ 26537*■ 1086A† ■ 3067A † ■ 22674 † ■ 23550*† ■ 26544*† ■ 1081A ■ 22670 ■ 23544*■ 26538*■ 1082A ■ 23575*■ 26546*■ — — 5. plus overall foil.48 18.24 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable 25 or More Conductors No.44 18. Page Braid Shield Part No. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.78 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.47 18.7 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1059A — — 18.57 — — — — 34 36 7418A — 18.32 18.80 — — — — — — — 36 — — — — — — 3022A† 18.35 18. Page 20 AWG 25 30 32 7108A 7408A 9755 — 18.80 18.80 18.34 5.78 18.80 18.8 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.80 18.45 — — — — 40 48 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3023A† 1060A — 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.46 — — 9777 9392 3035A ■ 1052A ■ 22654 ■ 23519*■ 26520*■ — 3068A † ■ 1095A † ■ 23512*† ■ 26527*† ■ — — 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .78 18.1 • w w w .44 18.64 5.80 — — — — 32 — — — — 3034A 1067A 18.64 18.45 18.78 18.

83 18.48 18.88 18.64 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3038A† 1472A 1087A — — 18.59 — — — — — 3051A ■ 1043A ■ 22685 ■ 23539*■ 26507*■ — 3069A † ■ 1099A † ■ 22690 † ■ 23541*† ■ 26513*† ■ — 1044A ■ — 18.B E L D E N . Page Page 18 AWG 40 41 48 50 60 72 27614A 29078* 27632A — 18.81 18.47 18.88 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.50 18.1 • w w w .8 0 0 .58 18.36 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 37 40 27627A 29009* 18.48 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.6 18.80 18.88 — — — — — — — — — 30 32 — — — — — — — — — 3050A 1073A — 18.47 18.80 18.47 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 29068* 7419A — 18.78 18.49 18.64 18.57 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3039A † ■ 1096A † ■ 22682 † ■ 22684 † ■ 23536*† ■ 26529*† ■ 1481A ■ 1054A ■ 23554*■ 26555*■ 3042A ■ 1038A ■ — — 18.81 — 18.25 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable 25 or More Conductors No.81 18.47 18.78 18. Page Individual Braid Part No. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.57 — 100 — — — — — — 3041A 1088A — 18.57 18.83 — — — — — — — . b e l d e n .59 — — — — 34 36 7430A — 18.65 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.57 — — — — — — — — 3037A† ■ 3066A† ■ 22681 † ■ 22683 † ■ 23537*† ■ 26528*† ■ 1480A ■ 1053A ■ 22637 ■ 23542*■ 26521*■ 22419 ■ 24520*■ 25517*■ — — — 18.78 18.35 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3036A† 1471A 1068A — — 18.81 — 18.33 18.79 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.82 18. plus overall foil.49 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.80 18.79 18.57 18.78 18.47 18.57 — — — — — 16 AWG 25 9622 7129A 29024* 7429A 27626A 29008* — 4.47 18.59 18.60 18.65 18.80 18.80 18.80 18.80 18.88 18.88 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.36 18.80 18.78 18.48 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .48 18.57 18.

59 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.59 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.89 18.59 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 14 AWG 25 26 27 28 29 30 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 37 — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.81 18.81 18.49 18.66 18.60 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.65 18.81 18.66 18.49 18.50 18.66 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.74 18.49 18.82 18.81 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.60 — — — 50 60 72 27628A 29016* 27633A 29025* — 18.71 18.89 18.74 18. c o m .60 18.1 • w w w .71 — — — — — — — — — — — — 3056A 1090A — — 18.50 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.66 18.49 18.65 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .74 18.79 18.66 18.88 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3054A† 1490A 1089A — — 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.66 18.50 18. Page Page 16 AWG 48 — — — — — — 3052A† 1489A 1074A 18.59 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.49 18.50 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No. plus overall foil.8 0 0 .71 18.26 Multi-conductor and Paired Cable 25 or More Conductors No.59 — — 3053A † ■ 3118A † ■ 23567*† ■ 26545*† ■ 1498A ■ 1045A ■ 22686 ■ 23538*■ 26508*■ 22447 ■ 24510*■ 25519*■ — — 3055A † ■ 1100A † ■ 23578*† ■ 26547*† ■ 1499A ■ 1046A ■ 23568*■ 26551*■ 3057A ■ 1047A ■ 3130A † ■ — 18.59 — — — — — — — — — — — — 100 108 — — 7442A 27103A 27270* 28270* 27851* 28851* C5503* C5523 27104A 27105A 27106A 27107A 27108A 27253* 28253* 27852* 28852* C5528* 27629A 27292* 28292* — — 18.83 18.B E L D E N .71 18.89 18.71 18.81 18.81 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .37 18.88 18.74 18.81 18.71 18. b e l d e n .66 18.49 18.81 18.83 — — 18.

71 18.74 18.B E L D E N .67 18.74 18.67 18.89 18.74 18.89 18.71 18.67 18.74 18.75 18.71 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.67 18.75 18. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 27433* 28433* 27885* 28885* C5529* 27912A 27434* 28434* 27886* 28886* C6064* 18.74 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.89 18.72 18. Page Page 14 AWG 40 50 — — — — — — — — — — — — 12 AWG 25 27132A 27279* 28279* 27864* 28864* C5553* 27133A 27134A 27135A 27136A 27137A 27280* 28280* 27865* 28865* C5558* 27630A 27540* 28540* 27432* 28432* 27887* 28887* 27634A 27289* 28289* 27883* 28883* C5579* 27290* 28290* 27884* 28884* C5580* 18.74 18.72 18.74 18.67 18.67 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .27 Multi-conductor Cable Less than 25 Conductors No.71 18.71 18.90 18.8 0 0 .67 18.71 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.89 — — — — — — — — — — — — .74 18.74 18.74 18. plus overall foil.67 18.90 — — — — — — — — — — — — 26 27 28 29 30 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 37 — — — — — — — — — — — — 40 — — — — — — — — — — — — 50 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 10 AWG 25 30 — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.71 18. of Conductors Unshielded Part No.71 18.71 18.72 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.66 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.1 • w w w .71 18.75 18.75 18. b e l d e n .71 18.72 18.71 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . overall braid or overall foil and braid.

76 18.20 18.22 18.28 Multi-conductor and Paired Cables Combination Gages (Unshielded.27 4.76 18.76 18.76 18.1 • w w w .91 18.7 10 4. of Conductors or Pairs Part No.23 18. Shielded and Partially Shielded) No.91 4.B E L D E N . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .23 18.20 8 9405 8448 9903 ● 9891● 9 4.39 18.91 18. Conductor/Gage Description Shielding Page Combination Gages 4 3084A 3084F 3085A 7895A 7900A 7896A 7897A 3082A 3083A 3082F 3086A 3124A 3125A 1502P 1502R 9155 6 8446 9686 8786 3126A 1pr — 24 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 24 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 24 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 20 AWG 1pr — 18 AWG 1pr — 18 AWG 1pr — 16 AWG 1pr — 18 AWG 1pr — 16 AWG 1pr — 18 AWG 1pr — 15 AWG 1pr — 18 AWG 1pr — 15 AWG 1pr — 18 AWG 1pr — 15 AWG 1pr — 18 AWG 1pr — 15 AWG 1pr — 20 AWG 1pr — 16 AWG 2c — 22 AWG 2c — 18 AWG 2c — 22 AWG 2c — 16 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 2c — 18 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 2c — 18 AWG 1pr — 20 AWG 1pr — 18 AWG 4c — 22 AWG 2c — 18 AWG 3c — 20 AWG 3c — 16 AWG 4c — 24 AWG 2c — 22 AWG 2c — 22 AWG 2c — 16 AWG 2c — 12 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 12 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 12 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 10 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 10 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 8 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 8 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 6 AWG Beldfoil® each pair plus braid overall Beldfoil each pair plus braid overall Beldfoil each pair plus braid overall Beldfoil each pair plus braid overall Unshielded Beldfoil each pair plus braid overall Beldfoil each pair plus braid overall Beldfoil each pair plus braid overall Beldfoil each pair plus braid overall Beldfoil each pair plus braid overall Individual Beldfoil each pair Overall Beldfoil Overall Beldfoil Beldfoil Unshielded Beldfoil Unshielded Beldfoil Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Beldfoil over 4c.76 18.22 18.8 21. plus overall foil.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.8 4.73 9641 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads. Conductor/Gage Description Shielding Page No.73 18.22 18.8 15.75 15.73 23 18.73 18.76 18.76 18.23 18. b e l d e n . overall braid or overall foil and braid.8 21. of Conductors or Pairs Part No.16 27428* 28428* 27429* 28429* 27430* 28430* 27431* Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded 18. Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Overall foil plus braid 18.8 21.91 18.73 18.8 4.76 18.26 18.73 7952A 18. c o m .8 0 0 .73 7951A 18.24 18. Unshielded Overall Beldfoil 4.23 18.26 12 3119A● 8787 7949A 7950A 21.25 18.47 19.76 18.39 Combination Gages 6 (cont’d) 28431* 27890* 28890* 27891* 28891* 27892* 28892* 27893* 28893* 6054* 6051* 6059* 6060* 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 6 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 12 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 12 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 10 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 10 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 8 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 8 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 6 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 6 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 12 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 10 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 8 AWG 3c — 14 AWG 3c — 6 AWG 6c — 18 AWG 2c — 16 AWG 6c — 22 AWG 2c — 18 AWG 3pr — 28 AWG 1pr — 24 AWG 3pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 20 AWG 3pr — 24 AWG 3c — 18 AWG 4c — 24 AWG 4c — 24 AWG 2c — 22 AWG 4pr — 24 AWG ▼ 4c — 16 AWG 4pr — 24 AWG ▼ 4c — 16 AWG 4pr — 24 AWG ▼ 4c — 18 AWG 4pr — 24 AWG ▼ 4c — 14 AWG 6pr — 26 AWG 10c — 26 AWG 1c — 24 AWG Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Unshielded Individual Beldfoil plus braid Individual Beldfoil plus braid Overall Beldfoil plus braid Red or Green Beldfoil over (2) Quads. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .73 18.26 19.7 5.23 18.23 18.

B E L D E N .80 4.20 5. of Conductors Part No. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .47 15.46 4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .80 15.46 5.29 Multi-conductor and Paired Cables Partially Shielded Cables (Combination Unshielded and Shielded Conductors) No.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2. plus overall foil. Conductor/Gage Description Shielding Page 25 AWG 4 8434 1pr — 25 AWG 1pr — 25 AWG Beldfoil® Unshielded plus overall foil shield Braid Unshielded Beldfoil Unshielded Braid Unshielded Beldfoil Unshielded Beldfoil Unshielded Individual Beldfoil Unshielded Individual Beldfoil plus overall braid Unshielded Individual Beldfoil plus overall braid Unshielded Beldfoil Unshielded Beldfoil Unshielded 5.23 5. overall braid or overall foil and braid.46 22 AWG 3 8734 9685 4 8732 8730 8724 5 12 8788 9689 1c — 22 AWG 2c — 22 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1c — 22 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 1pr — 22 AWG 3c — 22 AWG 2c — 22 AWG 2pr — 22 AWG 4pr — 22 AWG 82689 2pr — 22 AWG 4pr — 22 AWG 20 AWG 3 4 8763 8722 1pr — 20 AWG 1c — 20 AWG 1pr — 20 AWG 1pr — 20 AWG ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.1 • w w w .8 0 0 . b e l d e n .14 5.47 5. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide .46 5.

Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.52 5.14 — — — — — — 9804 8132 9805 8133 1538A 9806 8134 9807 8135 9808 8138 9809 9812 8142 9813 — 8148 9819 9825 8155 1401A 9814 1403A 9841 82841 89841 7200A 7205A 7206A 5.53 19.30 5.27 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .30 Paired Cable No.28 — 19.26 5.27 21.11 5.27 5.26 5.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.26 5.52 — — — — — — — — — — — — 24 AWG 1 88641 1508A 1883A 1800B 1801B 9502 82502 1419A 88102 7933A 89842 2 9562▼ 1588A▼ 1588R▼ 1590A▼ 1227A1▼ 1243A2▼ 24501922 7932A 5.16 19.14 — — 5.16 19.82 5. plus overall foil.27 5.8 — — — — 9842 82842 8332 9829 8102 7201A 5.49 5.39 9729 89729 82729 1802B✵ 1509C ■ 8162 ■ 5. Page 25 AWG and smaller 1 — — — — — — 9271 9180 2 3 — — — — — — — — — — — — 8132FO 8133FO 6.27 19.88 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.8 0 0 .28 5.50 18.56 15.26 5.27 5.28 5.14 7890A ■ — — 7880A ■ — 7892A ■ — — 7893A ■ — — 19.28 — — — — — 4 5 7 8 9 12 12-1/2 13 16 18 25 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 8134FO 8135FO — 8138FO — — 8142FO — — 8148FO 8155FO 5.58 5.82 5. c o m .29 5.63 15.9 5.28 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 31 34 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1800F — — 19.20 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.52 18.1 • w w w .28 — — 19. of Pairs Unshielded Part No. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.14 — 5.14 — — 5.9 5.39 18.9 19.49 19.36 5.28 5.26 15. overall braid or overall foil and braid.31 18.28 5.14 5.28 5.14 5.19 5.81 5.53 19.10 5.26 — 5.17 19.49 19.80 19.28 5.27 15.29 5.14 5.39 18.27 5.64 18.36 5.39 1215A ■ 7891A ■ — 15.56 15. Page Individual Braid Part No.27 15.26 5.4 15.26 5.52 5.16 5.10 5.5 — — 9501 8641 82641 — — 5.15 5.29 19.30 19.44 1902A 19.26 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .11 5. Page Spiral Shield Part No.13 5.13 5. b e l d e n .16 19.35 18.27 5.63 15.13 5.B E L D E N .28 — — 19.19 5.24 19.30 5.27 19.57 15.16 5.57 5.26 5.27 19.26 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.

Page Individual Braid Part No.28 5.50 15.72 18.53 19.50 8335 9832 8105 5.50 15.19 19.44 5.50 21.68 15.76 15.73 15.13 5.56 18.28 1904A 19.69 18.39 18.11 5.64 — — — — 9503 82503 5.76 19. overall braid or overall foil and braid.30 5.9 5.31 Paired Cable No.15 5.B E L D E N .44 19.1 • w w w . plus overall foil. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.11 5.10 15.13 5.65 15. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.8 18.44 5.35 19.8 19.20 — — — — 9505 82505 89505 1422A 88105 5.76 9843 8333 9830 8103 3120A 7202A 5.30 5.13 5.30 5.68 15.53 19.10 19.57 21.13 5.65 15.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.50 15.27 18.49 5. Page Page 24 AWG 3 89730 8163 ■ 9990 9728 89728 8164 ■ 1408R ■ 1510C ■ 1803F ■ 89503 9680 1420A 88103 9504 82504 89504 9681 1421A 88104 1533R▼ 1533P▼ 1624R▼ 1624P▼ 1633A▼ 7929A 7919A 1300A 1300SB 4 1229A1▼ 1245A2▼ 1304A 1305A 1500A▼ 1500R▼ 1501A▼ 1583A▼ 1583B▼ 1583R▼ 1585A▼ 1585B▼ 1585LC▼ 1592A 1594A▼ 1700A▼ 1700R▼ 1701A▼ 1701LC▼ 1752A 1875GB 7918A 7923A 7924A 7928A 7930A 7934A 7987P 7987R 7988P 7988R 7997A 11700A 11700A2 121700A* 24501XXX 24566XXX 24567XXX 24568XXX 24570XXX 24571XXX — 5 15.29 5.31 18.67 19.63 19.65 15.28 5.65 — — — — — 9844 8334 9831 8104 7203A 7921A 89842 5. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No. b e l d e n .36 5.8 18.49 5. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.10 15.30 — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.30 5.75 15.74 19. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .15 5.29 5.75 15.74 15.15 5.31 8165 ■ 89705 5.57 15.49 5.63 15.36 5.30 5.65 15.13 5.31 18.39 9730 5.49 5.56 15.9 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .10 18.56 21.29 5.11 5.56 15.50 5.54 15.15 5.65 15.10 18.52 5.18 19.11 15.54 15.67 15.28 5. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.56 15.8 18.10 15.64 15.15 5.9 18.13 5.67 15.29 5. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 24501934 24571097 15.50 15.71 19.37 — — .49 5.8 18.35 19.53 19.8 0 0 .54 21.57 15.11 15.76 15. Page Braid Shield Part No.29 5.71 19.57 15.

29 5.35 19.35 19.50 5.12 5.53 19.20 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.8 0 0 .45 19.65 — — — — 9506 82506 9682 1423A 88106 5. b e l d e n .35 19.31 — — — — 15 — — — — — — 8345 8115 — 9735 8175 ■ 5.50 5.29 5.15 5.12 8337 9833 8107 — 8108 5.19 19.12 15.12 5.18 19. Page Page 24 AWG 6 9566 ▼ 24501829 5. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.53 19.37 5.49 5.57 5.20 17 18 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 8348 9837 8118 — — — — — 5.30 5.31 9731 89731 9991 8166 ■ 1409R ■ 1511C ■ 5.30 5.53 19. overall braid or overall foil and braid.36 5.35 19.35 19.31 — — — — — — — — 18-1/2 19 20 24 — — — 1700S6 1701S6 — — — 15.30 — — 10 9570▼ 5.30 19.32 Paired Cable No.31 — 5.29 5.28 5.30 5. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.30 5.30 5.12 9834 5.30 — 5.18 19.50 5.19 5.28 — — 1912A — 19.35 19.53 19.50 15.13 5. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.69 — 1908A — 19. Page Braid Shield Part No.28 5.65 — — — — 1412R ■ 1514C ■ 1850F ■ 9736 8178 ■ 89758 — 9737 1413R ■ 1515C ■ 1414R ■ 1516C ■ 1852F ■ 1916A 19.30 — 5.29 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .19 19.35 19.28 — — 16 24501848 15.19 19.4 15.29 5. Page Individual Braid Part No.50 5.29 19.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.15 5.12 5.29 5.31 8167 ■ 89757 — 8168 ■ 1410R ■ 1512C ■ 1805F ■ 9732 89732 9992 — — 7-1/2 8 — 1702A◆▼ 1703A◆▼ — 15.19 19.45 1906A 19.29 5.45 19.1 • w w w . (continued) Spiral Shield Part No. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.20 12-1/2 — — — — — — 9684 1424A 82512 88112 9515 1425A — 5.20 9 — — — — — — 9509 82509 9683 88109 5. c o m .20 7 — — — — — — 9507 5.18 19.13 5.30 8170 ■ — — 11 12 — 24501837 — 15.31 — 5.55 15. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 — — — — 9510 8340 9835 8110 — 9836 5.45 5.18 19.55 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 88118 9519 — — 5.50 — — — — — — — — 88107 9508 1668A▼ 5.12 — — — — — 1924A — — — 19.15 5.29 5.49 5.15 5.31 19.37 5.29 5.36 5.15 — 8342 8112 5.65 — — — — — — — — — — — — 9733 9734 9993 89734 1411R ■ 1513C ■ 1806F ■ 5.18 19.44 19.29 5.29 5.37 5. plus overall foil.19 19.30 5.29 5.15 5.18 19.53 19.B E L D E N .44 5.50 8336 9839 8106 5.

61 15.46 15.65 15.66 15.66 15. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . plus overall foil. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.18 19.63 15.65 15.70 19.11 15.11 18.48 15.12 5.50 8355 9838 8125 5.18 19.66 15.66 15.47 15. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.48 15.66 15.61 15.37 5.66 15. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 9585▼ 1864A▼ 1871A▼ 1232A1▼ 22713010 24501858 24570XXX 24571221 25500XXX 5.66 15.11 15.65 15.29 19.9 15. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.66 15.8 0 0 .65 15. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No. b e l d e n .1 • w w w .46 15.65 15.75 18.66 15.60 — — — — 9525 88125 5.28 19.53 15.65 15.46 15.20 50 24501877 24571235 22713020 24501887 24501897 24571250 22713030 22713035 24501906 24571265 22713040 22713045 24571266 22713050 22713060 22713070 22713080 22713090 1872A▼ 1874A▼ 7813LC 7851A▼ 7851NH 7852A▼ 7881A▼ 7882A▼ 7883A▼ 7927A 7931A 7989P 7989R 11872A▼ 121872A*▼ 24586XXX 24587XXX 24588XXX 15. Page Page 24 AWG 25 26 27 32 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1415R ■ 1517C ■ 9738 1416R ■ 1518C ■ 1854F ■ 1519C ■ 19. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.72 18.33 Paired Cable No.65 15.19 — — 1932A — — 19. Page Individual Braid Part No.19 5.52 21. overall braid or overall foil and braid.70 19.12 — — — — 75 100 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 105 200 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 250 300 400 600 900 1200 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 23 AWG 4 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads. Page Braid Shield Part No.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.47 — — — — 9550 5.45 — — .19 19. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .66 15.66 15.4 15.52 21.65 15.B E L D E N .47 15.11 18.30 5.31 9995 8185 ■ 5.65 15.75 15.65 15.29 5.35 19.9 15.65 15.

Page Spiral Shield Part No.1 • w w w .19 19.21 18.29 19.10 5.38 5.18 5.28 19.33 5.10 8737 5.13 5.19 19.10 — 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.48 5.43 19. c o m .12 5.38 5.25 19. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.33 5.10 5. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.38 5.19 19.6 — — — — — — — — — 9302▼ 9184▼ 3000A 9512 9451DP 19.6 5.19 19.48 4.18 19.23 8450▼ 9414 9462 8761 9461 8451 9451 1266A 1503A 88761 87761 82761 9182 ● 89182 ● 3077F 3078F 3079E 9322 9451P 9451SB 1-1/2 2 — 8741▼ 9744 88741 82741 — 5.19 19. Page Individual Braid Part No.79 15.46 15.48 18.10 5.21 5.23 5.33 5.54 19.18 5.33 5.51 19.51 19.21 18.54 18.24 8437▼ 8441 5.19 19.42 5.34 Paired Cable No.23 5.43 18.4 4.20 5.32 5.10 5.21 18.11 5.11 5.17 6.54 19.20 5.33 5. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.B E L D E N .27 — — — — 82442 9407 9151 8451 3106A 8302 9855▼ 1268A▼ 89855▼ 1269A▼ 9696▼ 89696▼ 3107A 18.10 5.12 — — — — 82723 88723 87723 8728 ■ 9688 ■ ▼ 82688 ■ ▼ 1634A ■ ▼ 3087A 9451D◆ 1504A◆ 9328 3001A ■ 1814R ■ 8723SB ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.11 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .17 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 5.29 19.13 3079A 3105A 1696A 18.42 18.11 6.42 5.19 19.6 5.20 5.12 5.20 19. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.33 5. overall braid or overall foil and braid.18 19.28 5.21 18.23 5.33 5.12 5.17 5. Page 22 AWG 1 8740▼ 88442 5.52 18. plus overall foil.88 18.42 12.4 4.38 18.51 19.13 18. b e l d e n .17 18.38 19.52 5.6 5.5 5.38 5.8 0 0 .C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.11 5.12 21.88 18.28 — 9406 8723 — 5.79 18.10 5.24 5.79 15.4 4.20 19.

32 — 8766 ▼ 8776 — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.41 5.41 5.37 5.6 5.6 5.4 5.27 19.17 18.42 — — 9768 3009A 1818R ■ 1220B ■ — — 12-1/2 15 — 8749 — 5.41 5.32 — 8768 ▼ 8778 82778 88778 87778 9331 1816R ■ 1218B — 5.40 19.1 • w w w .41 5.21 19. plus overall foil.22 — 5.21 19.32 — — 8765 ▼ 8775 9333 — — — — 12 9747 5.12 18.48 — — — — 9305▼ 3004A 9514 8723SB 5.54 19. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.17 18.32 18.42 8307 8308 — 5.32 5.28 8767▼ 8777 5.42 5.54 19.23 18.23 5.24 5.37 5.40 19.24 5.32 5.40 19. Page Page 22 AWG 3 82777 88777 87777 8777SB 9329 4 8757▼ 9746 88757 82757 7922A 5 6 — 8743▼ 8747 82743 5. Page Braid Shield Part No. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.42 8312 8315 5. Page Individual Braid Part No.43 19.48 18.54 19.24 5.24 5.4 5.42 18.40 19. b e l d e n .23 — — — — 7 8 9 — 9160▼ 8744▼ 8748 — 5.12 8304 3109A 9891 5.41 5.17 18.42 8305 8306 5.B E L D E N . overall braid or overall foil and braid.42 8303 3108A 5.5 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3006A 9309▼ 9520 — 18.22 — 5.41 5.5 — — — — — — — — — 9315▼ 9524 — 5.43 19.48 5.28 15.32 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 5.23 18.43 — — .21 19.17 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .54 19.6 5.5 — — — — 3008A 18.42 8310 — 5. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.76 9330 3005A ■ 1815R ■ 1217B 18.42 5.40 19.8 0 0 .43 19.43 18.4 5.4 5. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.43 19.24 18.48 — — — — 9513 18.38 19.5 5.21 5.22 — 18.22 — — — — — — — — — — — 9306▼ 9516 — 5.5 5.37 5.32 — — 3007A ■ 1817R ■ 8764 ▼ 8774 9332 1219B — — — — — — 10 11 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9521 — 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.37 5.35 Paired Cable No.43 5.54 19.9 — 5.4 5.40 18.32 18.40 19.43 19.23 5.24 5.6 5.37 5.23 18.54 19. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 8742▼ 9745 82742 5.

Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.44 18.55 18.80 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .21 19.42 — — — 5.7 — — — — — — — — — — 85164 1056A — 5.44 18.42 — 18.76 15.87 18.47 15.44 — 9891 9892 89892 — 15.44 18.13 5.54 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.22 — 19.54 18.78 18.43 19.40 19. Page Page 22 AWG 16 — — — — — — 3010A 18.14 18.40 19.36 Paired Cable No.13 18.55 15.14 18.55 18.43 — 19.55 18.42 — 8318 — — 5.17 — 5. Page Individual Braid Part No.44 18.75 18.22 18.43 19.44 8325 — — — — — — — — — 9463 9463DB 89463 129463* 139463* 189463* 9463F 5. overall braid or overall foil and braid.42 5.40 19.80 5.43 18.35 18. plus overall foil.78 18.54 18.18 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.75 15. b e l d e n .5 — — — — — — — 19.76 15. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.55 18.80 — — 17 18 19 — — 9748 — — 5.1 • w w w . † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .22 5.22 18.23 19.11 18.21 19.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.80 18.55 18.76 9402 1075A ■ 3115A ■ 22638 ■ 23534*■ 26531*■ 9883 9873 8725 9901 ● ■ 89901 ● ■ 1076A ■ 1006A ■ 1012A ■ 22639 ■ 23514*■ 26532*■ 5.14 18.41 18.21 19. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.23 18.20 19. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.23 — 5.22 5.22 19.20 19.8 0 0 .14 18.14 18.17 18.55 18.54 18.78 18.80 18.40 19.55 — — — — — — — — — — 8759 — — — — — — — — — — 19. c o m .55 18.21 5.21 19.54 18.17 18.80 — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.41 5.55 18.13 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9327▼ 9527 — — — 8752▼ 3014A 8751▼ — 8762 9464 9154 9320 1033A 3111A 3112A 3113A 83955 83950 83952 83954 3016A — — 5.32 — — — — — — — 20 24 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 25 26 27 28 32 37 38 50 51 52 — — 8750 — — — — — — — 8205 9408 83930 83932 83934 83900 83905 83910 83915 — — 5.5 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9319▼ 9526 — 3012A — — 5.42 5.54 18.13 5.43 19.21 19.42 — — 3011A ■ 1819R ■ 1222B 9769 — 8769 9335 1820R ■ 1225B 3013A ■ 1821R ■ 1427B — 1822R■ 8773 1221B 1823R ■ 1226B 9767 — 3015A ■ — 1428B 22671 ■ 23543*■ 26530*■ 18.14 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 20 AWG 1 2 — — — — — — — — 3 4 9750 — 5.23 — 18.32 — — — — — — — — — 6.55 18.B E L D E N .14 18.

1 • w w w .19 18.42 18.34 — 8790 — 5. plus overall foil. overall braid or overall foil and braid.80 18.B E L D E N .57 — 3072F 3073F 3074F — 18.42 18.44 18.44 18.57 18.80 18.51 19.42 18.9 5.44 — — — — — — — — 20 24 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1060A — 18.54 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.18 18.78 18.80 — — — — .80 18. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.7 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9902 ● ■ 9886 9874 22640 ■ 23513*■ 26533*■ 1077A ■ 1013A ■ 22641 ■ 23503*■ 26534*■ 15.37 Paired Cable No. Page Page 20 AWG 5 6 8 — — — — — — 85168 1057A 5.57 19.57 18.80 — 18.24 19.78 18.54 18.58 18.18 18.51 19.44 18. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.80 5. Page Braid Shield Part No.80 18.47 18.46 18.48 5.14 5.51 19.78 18.44 18.7 5.80 18.8 5.23 — 8760 9460 88760 87760 82760 3076F 9318 1032A 9341 1120A 3088A — 5.44 — — — — 9 11 12 9752 — — 5.14 5.36 5.9 5.7 — — — — — — — — — — 1059A — 18.44 — — — — 19 AWG 1 8486 8461 9740 89740 87740 82740 9409 9486 8460 1863A 5.80 18.44 18.82 18.11 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.44 — — — — — — — — 36 — — — — — — 1061A 18.14 5.42 5. Page Individual Braid Part No.83 18.7 19.21 5.14 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.44 18. b e l d e n .78 18.48 18.80 18.46 18.80 18.14 — 8208 — 5.44 — — — — — — 9875 9876 9877 1078A ■ 1014A ■ 22676 ■ 23521*■ 26535*■ 9879 1079A ■ 22643 ■ 23532*■ 26536*■ 1091A ■ 1080A ■ 22647 ■ 23506*■ 26537*■ 1081A ■ 22670 ■ 23544*■ 26538*■ 1082A ■ 23575*■ 26546*■ — 22645 ■ 23533*■ 26514*■ 22417 ■ 24511*■ 25506*■ 3088AE 3088CE 5.14 5.78 18.21 5.44 18.80 18.78 18.41 5. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide — 9751 — 5.21 19.33 12.78 18.7 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1058A — — 18.18 — — — — 18 AWG 1 ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.80 18.21 19.75 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .80 18.44 — — — — 50 — — — — — — 1062A 18.8 0 0 .42 5.80 18.48 5.80 18.83 18.21 5. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.9 5. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .58 — — — — — — 15 16 9755 — 5.

8 0 0 .38 Paired Cable No.82 18.47 18.57 18.83 5.80 18.46 18.83 18.47 18.57 — — — — — — — — — — — — 15 16 9742 — 5.8 — — — — — — — — — 9556 — 18.46 — — — — — — — — 8 9161 5.78 18.80 — — — 3 4 8690 9157 5.47 18.82 18.46 18.8 5.42 18.57 — — — — 9 11 12 8692 — 9741 5.78 18.42 18.80 18.83 5. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No.46 18.8 — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.83 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . overall braid or overall foil and braid.80 18.57 18.8 — — — — — — — — — 9565 3034A 1067A 18. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.83 18.83 — 5.42 18.57 18.46 18.80 18.78 18. c o m . Page Braid Shield Part No.1 • w w w .46 5.46 18.80 18.8 — 5.80 18.46 18.8 — — — — 9552 3025A 1063A 18.46 18.42 18. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .47 18.80 18.83 18.80 18.47 18.46 18.B E L D E N .78 18.47 18.78 18.57 — — 9368 1474A ■ 1048A ■ 22633 ■ 23511*■ 26515*■ 22405 ■ 24512*■ 25514*■ 9773 9369 3029A 9388 1475A ■ 1049A ■ 22648 ■ 23530*■ 26516*■ 22404 ■ 24513*■ 25503*■ — 9774 9389 22634 ■ 23528*■ 26517*■ 1476A ■ 1050A ■ 22635 ■ 23531*■ 26518*■ 22418 ■ 24514*■ 25505*■ 9775 9390 9391 9776 1477A ■ 1051A ■ 22636 ■ 23524*■ 26519*■ 22421 ■ 24515*■ 25501*■ 9777 9392 3035A ■ 1052A ■ 22654 ■ 23519*■ 26520*■ — 18.47 18.46 18.57 — — — — — — — — 19 9743 5.42 18. plus overall foil.8 — — — — — — — — 9553 1529A 9554 1466A 1064A 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.46 18.47 18.47 18. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No. b e l d e n .80 18.8 — — — — 1467A 1065A 18.83 5.57 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No.57 — — — — — — — — 5 6 9159 8691 5.8 5.57 18.46 18.47 18.46 18.78 18.82 18.80 18.82 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.46 18. Page Page 18 AWG 2 9156 5.8 — — — — — — — — — — — — 9559 9563 1468A 1066A 18.80 18.47 18.

55 18.59 19.8 0 0 . † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .55 18.80 18.49 18. Page Page 18 AWG 24 — — — — — — 36 — — — — — — 1472A 1087A 18.57 — — — — 50 — — — — — — 3041A 1088A 8719 9316 1030A 1101A 1000A 1018A 1023A 1114A▼ 1115A▼ 1116A▼ 1117A▼ 83951 83953 9342 1118A 3090A 3090AE 3090CE 18.59 18.57 18. Page Braid Shield Part No.80 18.82 18.57 — — .47 18.83 18.47 18.59 18.49 18.49 18.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2.55 18.79 18.80 18.B E L D E N .33 8780 5.80 18.49 18.54 18.49 18.81 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No. plus overall foil.36 21. Page Individual Beldfoil Part No. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.60 18.20 19.59 — — — — — — — — 6 — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .57 5.59 18.15 — — — — 22646 ■ 23501*■ 26500*■ 22416 ■ 24500*■ 25504*■ 18.15 18.35 18. of Pairs Unshielded Part No.79 18.81 18.55 18.83 18.83 18.83 — — 2 3082K 3082KP 18.54 18.24 18.60 18.49 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.81 18.59 18.47 18.81 18.57 — — 1480A ■ 1053A ■ 22637 ■ 23542*■ 26521*■ 22419 ■ 24520*■ 25517*■ 1481A ■ 1054A ■ 23554*■ 26555*■ 3042A ■ 1038A ■ 18.55 18.59 18.57 18.24 19.83 18.81 18.81 18.39 Paired Cable No.83 18.55 18.79 18. c o m 2 • Cable Finder Guide 1471A 1068A 18.59 — — — — 16 AWG 1 8470 8471 1035A 1307A 1862A 9410 9487 9497 19.59 18.78 18.83 18.83 18.47 18.24 — — — — 3043A 1069A — — 1492A ■ 1055A ■ 22628 ■ 23527*■ 26501*■ 22409 ■ 24505*■ 25510*■ 1037A ■ 1493A ■ 1039A ■ 22629 ■ 23509 *■ 26503*■ 22410 ■ 24502*■ 25511*■ 1040A ■ 22630 ■ 23500*■ 26504*■ 22446 ■ 24506*■ 25512*■ 18.59 18. b e l d e n .82 18.9 19.82 18.81 18.59 18.33 5.83 18.49 19.33 18.1 • w w w .47 18.82 18.49 18.81 18.82 18.54 18.47 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid.22 19.54 18.49 18.79 18.83 — — 3 4 — — — — — — — — — — — — 1528A 1527A 1484A 1070A 18.

62 18.59 — — — — 50 — — — — — — 3056A 1090A 8720 9314 9343 18. Page Individual Braid Part No.9 19.79 18.81 18.36 21.79 18. b e l d e n . Page Individual Beldfoil Part No.81 18.49 18. Page Overall Beldfoil® Part No. (continued) Spiral Shield Part No.61 — — — — 14 AWG 1 8473 9411 9488 3080A 1861A 5.81 18.81 18.49 18.79 18.9 19.49 18.59 — — — 12 — — — — — — 1486A 1072A 18.81 18.83 18.62 — — — — — — 10 AWG 1 1313A — — — — — — — — — — — — ▼ Solid ◆ Siamese conductors version * Armored ● Duofoil® shield ■ Individually shielded pairs or triads.52 18.59 — — 1494A ■ 1041A ■ 22631 ■ 23510*■ 26505*■ 22411 ■ 24503*■ 25513*■ 1495A ■ 1042A ■ 22632 ■ 23525*■ 26506*■ 22412 ■ 24504*■ 25518*■ 3051A ■ 1043A ■ 22685 ■ 23539*■ 26507*■ 1044A ■ 1498A ■ 1045A ■ 22686 ■ 23538*■ 26508*■ 22447 ■ 24510*■ 25519*■ 1499A ■ 1046A ■ 23568*■ 26551*■ 3057A ■ 1047A ■ — 18.81 18.51 18.52 18.20 — — — — — — — — 12 AWG 1 8477 9412 9489 1311A 1860A — — — — 8718 9312 9344 3103A 5.22 19.C A B L E F I N D E R G U I D E 2. Page Overall Foil/Braid Part No. of Pairs Unshielded Part No. † ◗ Triad Quad F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .82 18.61 18.49 18.40 Paired Cable No.49 18.59 18.3 21.81 18.59 5.49 18.81 18.82 18.79 18.15 18.49 18.1 • w w w .15 18. overall braid or overall foil and braid. plus overall foil. Page Braid Shield Part No.34 5.83 18.49 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .83 18.59 18.20 19.81 18.59 — — — — — — — — 36 — — — — — — 1490A 1089A 18.49 18.8 0 0 .83 18.81 18.49 18.59 18.B E L D E N . c o m .49 18.82 18.59 18.34 19.62 19.59 18.83 18.83 18.59 — — — — 16 — — — — — — 3050A 1073A 18.49 18.59 — — — — 20 24 — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1489A 1074A — 18.22 19.51 18.35 18.35 18. Page Page 16 AWG 8 — — — — — — 1485A 1071A 18.59 18.61 19.

14 3. 200°C (Type ET) MIL-W-16878/6: 250V. 150°C High-Voltage Leads 22 AWG.21 3.22 3. 150°C High-Temperature 600V.17 3.23–3. 3.27 3.15 3. 200°C EPDM 600V. 125°C High-Temperature 7500V.13 3. 200°C High-Temperature 105°C High-Temperature (Type E) MIL-W-16878/4: 600V.12–3.22 .13 3.17 3.2 3.12 3. 150°C/200°C Glass Braid: 600V.28 3.11 3. 105°C (Type MW) MIL-W-76C-PVC: 1000V. 90°C Silicone Rubber Braidless: 600V.18 3. 105°C 5000V High-Voltage Neoprene 300V. 150°C High-Temperature/High-Voltage XL-Dur ® 300V.25 3.15 3. 200°C Glass Braid: 600V.8 3.11 3.3–3. 18 AWG Test Prod Wire: PVC and Rubber Insulation Gas Tube Sign and Ignition Cable GTO-10: 10kV.30 3. Page No.24 3.21 3.24 3.29 3.32 Please refer to “Terms of Use of Master Catalog” on page 22.7 3.10 3. 90°C Hypalon ® 600V.3 3.18 3.13 3. 80°C (Type B) MIL-W-16878/1-PVC: 600V.14–3.22 3.31 3.16–3.19 3.1 Table of Contents Hook-Up and Lead Wire 3 Hook-Up & Lead Wire Introduction: UL Style & CSA Type Listings PVC 300V. 125°C 600V.26 3.4 3. Antenna and Aluminum Ground Wire Technical Information Conductor and Insulation Materials Insulation Characteristics and Color Codes Current Carrying Capacity Temp Ranges and Classifications/Conductor Configurations Packaging Hypalon and Teflon are DuPont trademarks.5 3. 150°C High-Temperature SIS Wire 600V.10 3.14 3.15 3.28–3.21 3. 20 AWG.26 3. 150°C Mercury Switch Wire: 600V.17 3. 90°C 600V.16 3. 105°C 300V. 80°C 300V.32 3.18 3.9 3. 105°C 600V. 105°C Hook-Up Wire on Racks: Wire Dispenser Kits Teflon® 300V.19–3.9–3.20 3.3.8 3. 105°C Magnet Wire Shielding and Bonding Cable Direct Burial Cable: Roadway Loop Cables (14 AWG) Bus Bar.15 3.7 3. 105°C 600V.24 3.

125°C EPDM XL-Dur 600V. 325 315 315 308 308 324 324 324 308 340 308 308 334 356 349 344 344 344 356 356 357 333 333 333 — 354 371 371 354 372 375 390 310 Temp.13 UL & CSA Type by Belden Series UL Style* 1007 1015 1028 1061 1180 1213 1283 1371 1569 1855 3044 3046 3048 3049 3069 3070 3071 3074 3075 3101 3123 3125 3126 3135 3173 3190 3191 3192 3193 3195 3196 3199 3212 3213 3214 3239 3321 3340 3374 3436 3484 3499 SIS CSA Type TR-64 TEW TEW AWM — — TEW — TRSR-64 — CL902 CL903 CL902 CL902 SEWF-2 SEWF-2 SEW-2 SEW-2 SEW-2 SEWF-2 — SEW-2 SEW-2 — CL1251 CL1052 CL1052 CL1052 CL1052 CL1251 CL1251 CL1054 AWM AWM AWM — AWM CL1254 CL1254 CL1251 AWM — — Belden Series Number 328.15 Hypalon and Neoprene Constructions These constructions may require a special topcoat to facilitate printing by customers.6 3. heating and cooling equipment. Hypalon and Teflon are DuPont trademarks. *These UL Styles are the Belden product which are listed in this catalog.12–3. 3. Our hook-up and lead wire products can be used in a wealth of applications including inter-connection circuits. contact Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1.24 3.18 3.21 3. 105°C Hypalon PVC 600V. Most of our hook-up and lead wire constructions are available from stock in a wide variety of colors and packages. SFF-2 SIS All Types Appliance Wiring Material (AWM) Appliance Wiring Material is Underwriter Laboratories. Our rubber formulation and plastic mixing facilities give us complete control of the product from start to finish. 2XXX.8 0 0 .2 Introduction Index by UL Voltage and Temperature Rating Hook-Up & Lead Wire Section 300V. Inc. Minimum order is 5000′ per AWG.20 3. 4XXX.” Special Ordering Information Number Printed Wire GTO-10 GTO-10 Thermosetting and thermoplastic constructions can be supplied with printed numbers.18 3.19 3.15 3.16 3.3 3.18 3.12 3.20 3.18 3.20 3. harness fabrication and automotive.13 3.3–3.1 • w w w .19 3. SF-2. As a result.4 3.14 3.12 3. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .11 3. lighting. 3XXX.14 3.21 3.4 3. sizes and designs to meet rigid industry and government specifications.17 3.21 3. 90°C Neoprene 300V.15 3.16 3.15 3. 200°C Silicone Rubber Braidless Silicone Rubber Glass Braid 5000V Hypalon 7500V. internal wiring of computer and data processing equipment.14 3. 89 99 830 830 99 830 99 — 315 315.18 3. Each construction satisfies the requirements for use in particular applications. b e l d e n .19 3. appliances. motor leads. c o m .’s recognized covering of insulated wire and cable intended for internal wiring of appliances and equipment.14 3. our hook-up and lead wire manufacturing process begins with copper rod.10 3. 80°C PVC 300V. Wiring materials recognized under this classification bear the Underwriters’ “Appliance Wiring Material Label.16 3.14 3.21 3.15 3. 89 99.12 3. 99 327. 200°C Teflon® 600V.19 3.16 3.21 3.14 3.19 3. If you have a new or unusual application or you cannot find hook-up or lead wire in this catalog section that meets your technical requirements.18 3. 105°C Hypalon® XL-Dur ® 300V. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .9 3.17 3. Many of these are available off the shelf from distributors. SFF-1. Price and delivery information is available upon request. 90°C Neoprene SIS 600V.9 3.20 3.B E L D E N .20 3. 150°C EPDM Silicone Rubber Braidless Silicone Rubber Glass Braid Silicone Rubber Mercury Switch Wire XL-Dur 600V. Price and delivery information is available upon request. 99. Orders must be in multiples of standard packages.13 3.6 3.19 3. UL/CSA File Number Style UL E-12683 E-9147 E-6934 E-3197 LL-7874 CSA 1XXX. Rating 80°C 105°C 105°C 80°C 200°C 105°C 105°C 105°C 105°C 80°C 90°C 90°C 90°C 90°C 150°C 150°C 200°C 200°C 200°C 150°C 150°C 200°C 200°C 200°C 125°C 105°C 105°C 105°C 105°C 125°C 125°C 105°C 150°C 150°C 150°C 80°C 150°C 150°C 150°C 150°C 125°C 150°C 105°C 90°C Page No.U P & L E A D W I R E 3. 150°C EPDM Belden® hook-up and lead wire products are manufactured in a variety of materials. Page No.H O O K .4 3.20 3.22 3. Please order the standard item and specify “Top-Coated” and specify color.6 3.5 3.21 3. Manufactured in-house.13 3.17 3.24 3. consistent quality of these products is always assured. 5XXX GTO 10 SF-1.5–3. Manufacturer’s Identification Identification of the hook-up and lead wire is provided by our UL and CSA files numbers or printed name on the wire jacket. 3.

50 .040 1.25 . 7–10.8 *Stripe colors on stock solid colors.010 .8 30.078 . 7–10 2. 9. 10 1–5. 7–10.76 .25 .0 4. 7–10.60 .0 1. 13 1–3. 13 9. 7–10. 7–10.0 3048.25 . 7–10.066 . 7–10. Put-up will be subject to two pieces ±10% per spool with a minimum length of 100 ft.0 304.60 5.010 . 7–10.010 . 13 2.3 11.010 . 10 1–5. 4.033 .25 .8 0 0 .010 .056 . 7–10.8 100 30.5 304.03 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 * 10000 * 100 1000 * 100 1000 * 5000 * 100 1000 * 5000 * 100 1000 * 5000 * 1000 * 5000 * 100 1000 * 5000 * 10000 * 100 1000 * 5000 * 1000 * 30.8 100 30. 13 1–5.5 304.50 . 7–10. 13 1–5.0 9. 13 1–5.50 . 13 2.050 1.07 5.0 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 7–10 1–5.25 .000 ft.5 . 13 1–5. 10 1000 304. 7–10. 13 3.0 4.010 .010 .010 . 13 1–5. 7–10.0 1. 7–10.27 9982 20 (7x28) . 10.035 . 10.2 .8 1524. 10.80 15. for one or two stripes. 10 1–5.5 304.039 .5 1000 * 304.0 6. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.010 .25 . 13 1–5.0 4.0 .99 9975 24 (solid) .0 30. 7–10.5 304.044 1. 7. 13 1–5. 80°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 1061 • CSA AWM 9978 30 (solid) .1 .25 .25 . 13 1–4.0 30.00 10.25 .8 1524.1 • w w w .8 30. 7–10.0 1.0 .80 .90 .25 .5 304.0 .8 30.45 9917 9911 9981 9980 9909 20 (10x30) 18 (16x30) 18 (19x30) 16 (19x28) 16 (26x30) . 13 9 1–5.0 . minimum order for color combination.0 3.0 2. 13 2.057 1. 5.010 .0 304.032 .030 9987 9977 9986 30 (7x38) 28 (solid) 28 (7x36) .8 30. 7–10.8 3048.5 304.05 2.036 .50 .30 7. 13 1–5. 7–10.42 1. 13 1–5.2 11.5 304. 9.3 PVC UL AWM Style 1061 300V.30 20.89 Stranded Conductor 9976 9985 26 (solid) 26 (7x34) .20 . 13 1–5.80 15. b e l d e n .0 1.25 .70 1. semi-rigid PVC insulation (solid conductors suitable for wire wrap applications). kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.5 304.1 .80 30.25 .8 100 * 30.010 .00 .0 30. 13 1–5. c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire .10 2.98 2.2 . 7.50 5.0 30.50 4. 13 1–5.0 6.00 1–5.90 10.02 9984 24 (7x32) .5 304. AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.0 . 3. 9. 7–10.05 1.0 13.40 10. Solid Conductor Part No. Striping adder of $8.40 3.91 .25 .05 1. 7–10.B E L D E N .19 1. 13 4.0 . 13 2.0 4.080 1.1 .1 .20 .8 7.25 .8 1524. 13 1–5.25 .68 1.2 . 7–10.29) 300V.00/1000 ft.8 1524.40 10. 13 1–5.H O O K . 80°C (CSA AWM) Product Description Tinned copper.20 5. 7 2–5.5 1000 * 304. 7–10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .50 .067 . 7–10.10 3.010 .0 1. 7–10.010 .84 .2 . 13 1–5.3 . 5.5 1000 * 304.010 . 13 1–5.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.25 .05 1.010 .81 .10 4.0 2. 10.8 . 13 1–5.12 9979 9983 22 (solid) 22 (7x30) . 7–10. 13 1.10 2.50 . 9.5 304.010 .8 1524.8 1524. 13 1–5.0 30.0 1.10 3.047 .

Striping adder of $8. 7.2 2.015 . 10 UL AWM Style 1569 • CSA Type TR-64 and TRSR-64 9989 14 (41x30) .047 1.4 .0 4. Stranded tinned copper conductor (Uni-Strand®) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .9 1–5.1 • w w w .0 4.38 .5 1.8 6.19 100 30. 80°C (JQA-F-) VW-1 Product Description Tinned copper.8 5. and internal wiring of electronic and electrical equipment. 80°C (UL) • 300V.068 1.30 100 30. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.110 2.38 .044 1. 90°C) UL AWM Style 1569 — 300V. 90°C) (JQA-F-) VW-1 Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 300°F (149°C) 300V. 13 1000 * 304.1 .[except 9989]) VW-1 Product Description Tinned copper.8 3.56 (7x.00/1000 ft.0 55.056 1.0 35. 13 5000 * 1524.015 .7 1–5.38 .0 25.7 1–10. Dual-Rated • 300V.32)] . minimum order for color combination. Rated 80°C.38 .1 11. †May contain more than one piece. 10.3 1–5.015 . 13 1000 * 304. 13 9 32820 20 (7x28) [.7 .2 . and internal wiring of electronic and electrical equipment. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. 9.0 1.0 2.5 4. for one or two stripes.2 1–10. 13 1000 * 304.4 1–5. c o m . 7–10.5 304.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft. 13 1–5. 13 5000 * 1524. 9.0 9.0 . 13 1000 * 304. b e l d e n . 13 5000 * 1524. 90°C (CSA) UL AWM Style 1007 • CSA Type TR-64 • JQA-F32822 22 (7x30) .0 15.067 1.79 1000 * 304. Rated 105°C.0 25.8 2. 7. 80°C and 300V.0 *Stripe colors on stock solid colors.34 100 30.5 .5 .8 1–5. 9.000 ft. 7–10. 13 9920 20 (10x30) .6 1–10.0 20.0 [. 13 5000 * 1524.015 .57 100 30. 13 9918 18 (16x30) . Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.4 1–5.73 5000 † 1524.051 1.0 1–3.38 . 7–10.01 100 30.0 10. 8–10.U P & L E A D W I R E 3. 7–10.5 .1 1–5.H O O K .0 6. 4. 7–10.4 1–10.069 1.015 . 13 9919 20 (7x28) .5 . 5. 10. 13 5000 * 1524. 10.29) 300V.0 2.8 4.9 1–5.3 . 7–10. 10 9926 26 (7x34) . 7–10. 7–10.75 100 30. 6.3 . 80°C (CSA Type TR-64.9 1–5.0 .7 1–5. 13 5000 * 1524. 80°C (UL) UL AWM Style 1007 • JQA-F9930 30 (7x38) . 13 5000 * 1524.B E L D E N .25)] 20.015 . 9.015 .0 3. Rated 600V peak for electronic circuits.0 15.079 2.8 0 0 . Put-up will be subject to two pieces ±10% per spool with a minimum length of 100 ft. 7–10.0 10. PVC insulation. 13 1000 * 304. 13 9916 16 (26x30) .4 PVC UL AWM Style 1007 300V.38 . 9.70 1000 * 304. 13 1000 * 304.5 1–5.015 .0 5.38 .8 17.36 (7x.015 .38 .38 .38 . 7–10.0 7.6 1–5.015 .38 .015 .8 6.0 1.092 2. 300V.062 1. 80°C (CSA Type TR-64. 13 UL AWM Style 1007 300V.1 1–5. PVC insulation.3 1–10. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 300V. 2. 5. 13 9921 22 (7x30) . 7–10.8 12. Rated 600V peak for electronic circuits.5 2. 7–10.0 2. 10.5 . 105°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 1007 and 1569 • CSA Types TR-64 and TRSR-64 • JQA-F9928 28 (7x36) . Part No.1 1. 13 9923 24 (7x32) .4 2. 105°C) (JQA-F.58 5000 † 1524.0 11. 9. AWG (stranding) [sq. 5. 10.8 8.42 100 30. 105°C (CSA Type TRSR-64.015 .062 1.9 .12 100 1000 * 30.1 1–6. 7–10.8 . 10 1000 * 304.38 .2 . 13 UL and CSA Dual-Rated Wire UL AWM Style 1007 — 300V.0 25.0 9.8 1–5.5 .

189 1–5. 9.8 5000 * 1524.8 5000 * 1524. 5.030 . 5.2 4000 † 1219. 10.093 2.36 (7x.7 2.00/1000 ft. 9. 4.5 4.40)] 18.2 7. 9.0 .8 5000 1524.76 . 8–10. 13 2. 189 1–5. 13 1–5.0 . 3.76 . 10. Rated 2500V peak for electronic circuits.4 3.5 1000 * 304. 9.56 (7x.32)] . 2. AWG (stranding) [sq.093 2.4 5. Put-up will be subject to two pieces ±10% per spool with a minimum length of 100 ft.0 8918 18 (16x30) .3 4.030 .6 18. 10 . 10.180 4.76 .0 [.8 1–5.2 10. 105°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 1015 • CSA Type TEW • JQA-F9924 24 (7x32) . 7–10. 9. 13 1–5.5 500 152.6 9910 10 (65x28) . 13 1–5.138 3. 13 1. Rated 105°C.7 5. 7–10. 7–10. 10.0 40.5 1000 * 304. 7–10.29) 600V. 13 2–5.5 22.0 8920 22 (7x30) .0 25. 9. 13 1–5. 4. 13 2. 189 189 1.4 1000 * 304.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.54 100 30.4 1. 13. 7–10.36 100 30. †May contain more than one piece. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 9. 13 1–5.1 39.0 92. 8–10. 9. 5.0 13.2 18 (7x26) [.79 100 30.105 2. 7–10. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 7. 13 1–5.030 .032 .76 . 13 *Stripe colors on stock solid colors.0 1.6 . 10.186 4.2 .7 7.2 5000 * 1524.5 PVC UL AWM Style 1015 600V.76 . 13. 13 1–5.8 4000 1219. 9. 13.030 .9 12.0 56.7 3.76 .0 3.030 .76 . 2. 7.0 50.4 2000 609.0 10.5 22.6 8910 10 (105x30) . Striping adder of $8.123 3. Stranded tinned copper conductor (Uni-Strand®) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . 10 1–5. 7–10. 9.7 1.0 28.8 1. b e l d e n . 9.0 2. 7–10. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 48 hours @ 275°F (135°C) • 24 hours @ 300°F (149°C) Part No.5 27. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.80 . PVC insulation.5 13.76 . 10. 10.3 2.9 8.030 .030 . 13 1–5.5 1000 * 304.0 70.0 50.5 1000 * 304. 105°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 1015 • CSA Type TEW • JQA-F32722 22 (7x30) .52 2. 7–10.5 80.0 2. 600V. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.25)] 35.8 5000 * 1524.7 4.030 .2 2000 609.0 25. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft. 13 UL AWM Style 1015 600V.099 .000 ft. 10.5 500 152.51 100 30.0 8916 14 (41x30) . 9.01 100 30.76 . 10.088 2. 10 2.100 2.0 22.8 0 0 . 13 32720 32718 20 (7x28) [.4 3.24 100 30.1 • w w w .8 60.5 250 76.8 36.4 . 4. 10 1–5.4 4000 * 1219. 10 2.76 .030 . 13 1.36 5000 † 1524. and internal wiring of electronic and electrical equipment.4 6.B E L D E N . 13 9.74 4000 † 1219. minimum order for color combination.2 2000 609.0 8915 18 (solid) . 13 1–5. 189 1–5.3 86. 7–10.030 .2 13.108 2. 9.0 3. 10.0 8917 16 (26x30) . 105°C (CSA Type TEW) (JQA-F-) VW-1 Product Description Uni-Strand® conductors.0 5.6 . 10.2 9912 12 (65x30) . for one or two stripes.5 250 76.76 .3 11.0 41. 7–10.57 100 30. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.4 31.67 1000 * 304.158 4.110 2. 9.72 500 152. 2. 13. 10. 13. 4. 105°C (CSA Type TEW) (JQA-F-) VW-1 Product Description Tinned copper. 9. 8. 10.90 (7x. 10 1–5.H O O K .0 . 13. 4.030 .8 5000 * 1524. 189 1–5.12 100 30.0 40.29) 600V.2 2–5. 8.030 .0 8919 20 (10x30) .U P & L E A D W I R E 3.13 1–5. AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.1 10.76 . 189 1.3 2. 4. c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire . 10 1–5. Part No.2 11. 13 2.8 10.0 30.

c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .65 250 76.5 3. 9.29) 600V. PVC insulation.B E L D E N .1 45.2 11.52 . 7–10. 7–10.2 500 152.41 100 30.392 9. 105°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 1028 and 1015 • CSA Type TEW 9908 8 (84x27) .7 1000 304.8 122.0 9904 4 (133x25) .060 1. 10 1–5.52 . c o m .14 .045 1. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.96 50 15.5 11. 9.0 8908 8 (133x29) . 600V. b e l d e n . 4.1 • w w w .U P & L E A D W I R E 3.2 19. 13 1–5.14 . 105°C (CSA Type TEW) VW-1 Product Description Tinned copper. 10 UL AWM Style 1283 and 1015 600V. 13 2.6 PVC UL AWM Style 1028 and 1015 600V. 7–10. 7.35 100 30.2 18. 4.060 1.6 8. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.7 8.045 1. 9. 105°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 1283 and 1015 • CSA Type TEW 9906 6 (133x27) . 8. Part No.8 0 0 .5 1500 457.0 250 76. 2. 10 2.4 52.331 8. AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.4 100.5 8.3 55. 13 1–5.250 6. 13 1.4 2. 8–10. PVC insulation. 105°C (CSA Type TEW) VW-1 Product Description Tinned copper.2 115.262 6.5 5.7 1–5. 4. 10 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .H O O K . 5.5 5.

6 1–22 12.010 .89 . 20 1–10. 600V. 80°C** Product Description Tinned copper.8 30. c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire .4 1–30 8.* 14-22 1–10.63 1.2 304.30 1.25 .111 . Covers insulated wire for internal wiring of meters.5 304.8 30.2 1–13 4. panels.1 .* 14-18.0 .055 MW-C24 (1) A 1.7 PVC (Type MW) MIL-W-76C-PVC 1000V.5 304. The extruded PVC insulation is flame and ozone resistant and inert to most chemicals.43 0.5 4.00/1000 ft.68 1.8 2.3 1–24.8 10. PVC insulation.4 3.7 .26. b e l d e n .43 0.28.0 2.017 .0 2.0 7. see pages 3.035 B-28 .9 .2 1–30 5.8 .0 30.3 1.1 .010 .017 .* 14-22 24 (7x32) B-24 22 (7x30) B-22 20 (7x28) B-20 18 (7x26) B-18 16 (19x29) B-16 30.5 .0 *Stripe colors on stock solid colors.098 .5 304.8 30. PVC insulation.8 1–13 .8 4.059 .00/1000 ft.50 1.5 1–13.25 .2 1. 105°C (MIL-Spec) (Type B) MIL-W-16878/1-PVC 8597 28 (7x36) . Put-up will be subject to two pieces ±10% per spool with a minimum length of 100 ft. 10.25 .* 14–22 1.3 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 304.7 1–13.8 3.5 304.000 ft.010 .5 .12 1.7 .066 .25 8525 8530 8524 8529 24 (7x32) MW-C24 (7) A . 13–16.5 304. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .017 .019 .039 .40 1.018 0.B E L D E N .3 1–10.050 . PVC insulation hook-up wire for internal wiring of electrical and electronic equipment. 13 6.9 1–11.017 .* 13. 14-18. 13 .01 8505 8504 8503 8502 8501 8500 26 (7x34) B-26 .9 304. 14-16. (Type B) MIL-W-16878/1-PVC 600V.2 304. 80°C (MIL-Spec) (Type MW) MIL-W-76C-PVC 8538 24 (solid) .8 30.0 30.058 .044 .017 .43 0.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.25 .49 2.73 2.3 .5 1.070 .0 5. Solid Conductor Part No.8 30.058 .8 30.5 1–7.4 .8 7.3 304.* 14-18.0 10.8 0 0 . 9.9 . 18–20 1–10. Covers single conductor.8 30.* 14–21 .017 .82 3. 20 3. 14-22 1–10.079 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 30. minimum order for color combination.43 0.4 . Striping adder of $8.7 1–10. 10.1 1.5 304.080 .0 3.0 30.4 .5 304.* 14–24.2 1.99 1. 105°C** Product Description Tinned copper.4 .46 0. 18.5 .8 1–13. 20–22 1–10.5 .9 .5 304. For high-temperature MIL-Spec hook-up wire.* 14-24.010 .0 30.5 .128 22 (solid) MW-C22 (1) A 22 (7x30) MW-C22 (7) A 20 (solid) MW-C20 (1) A Stranded Conductor 8523 8522 8521 8520 8527 20 (10x30) MW-C20 (10) A 18 (16x30) MW-C18 (16) A 16 (26x30) MW-C16 (26) A 14 (41x30) MW-C14 (41) A 12 (65x30) MW-C12 (65) A 100 1000 * 100 1000 100 1000 * 100 1000 100 1000 * 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 * 30. and solvents.5 304. Striping adder of $8. **Certification available upon special request.8 .5 304. AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft. Temperatures to 105°C.1 .7 1-10.25 .0 .0 1.25 .5 1–10 1–10 1–10.47 1.43 0. 14-22 1–10.29) 1000V. 30 6. and electrical or electronic equipment.11. for one or two stripes.3 1–13. 29.0 1.1 1–21 4.43 0.1 1–10 4. for one or two stripes.25 .8 30. 30 .03 2.6 1-13.78 2. 10 24.* 14–30 .8 30.* 14-16.0 2. 19 17.010 .5 304. medium wall.48 0.064 .9 to 3.H O O K . oils.017 0. 20–22 1–10.43 .1 • w w w .8 1–10 .000 ft.010 .47 1.0 1. 14-22 1–10.5 304.8 30. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . **Certification available upon special request.27 1.018 . 27. minimum order for color combination. 14-22 1–10. 22 1–10. Put-up will be subject to two pieces ±10% per spool with a minimum length of 100 ft.8 .9 1–10 *Stripe colors on stock solid colors. 18.* 14-17.46 .5 .1 1. 18–20 1–10.* 14-20.068 .010 .2 .

29) Wire Dispenser Kits Hook-Up Wire on Racks 8816 8 Tinned PVC 80°C (8522) 8824 8 Tinned PVC 80°C (8523) 8825 5 Tinned PVC 105°C (8502) 9531 5 Tinned PVC 80°C (8524) 18 (16x30) 20 (10x30) 20 (7x28) 22 (7x30) 25 25 100 100 7.7 1. c o m .5 30.0 1.H O O K .2. Specify Part No.6 30.B E L D E N .10 2.2.6.5 2.9. kg Colors in Kits (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. Part No.6 7.9.1 2.3.4.8 0 0 .8 PVC Hook-Up Wire on Racks Wire Dispenser Kits Product Description Great for R and D labs.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.6.1 1.1 3.10 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5.2 1. servicemen and hobbyists.5.4.6.) Temp. engineers.10 1.5 2.3. No.1 • w w w . of Spools Type of Wire (Part No.4.5.10 2.9.9. Rating AWG (stranding) Spool Lengths Ft. b e l d e n . 8800 for Rack only.5. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.4 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .

2 1.2 .4 3.0 83030* 16 (19x29) .38 .1 1.5 1000 ▲ 304. 9.077 1.015 .5 1000 ▲ 304.9 Teflon ® High-Temperature UL AWM Style 1180 300V.2 .2 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 10 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 2.015 .73 100 †† 30. 9.38 .5 .068 1.52 100 † 30.38 .4 3.0 83027* 20 (19x32) .38 . 10 1–10 1–10 2.8 0 0 .053 1.015 .8 12.4 500 ▲ 152. put-ups are exact. 10 1–10 1–7. 10 1–10 Teflon is a DuPont trademark.5 4.5 .5 1.2 1. 10 1–10 1–10 2.38 .4 1–10 2.8 4.B E L D E N .068 1.H O O K . 200°C (Type EE) MIL-W-16878/5 Teflon — 1000V.50 100 † 30.0 1000 ▲ 304.4 6. c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire .4 3.1 . 200°C (MIL-Spec) UL AWM Style 1180 • (Type EE) MIL-W-16878/5 — Teflon 83023* 24 (19x36) . 9.4 4.0 83025 22 (7x30) .5 . 9.5 500 ▲ 152. 5. Part No.1 500 ▲ 152. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 2. †100 ft. Minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.8 7. b e l d e n .5 500 ▲ 152.6 3. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.3 .060 1.1 • w w w .8 1000 ▲ 304. 9.015 .059 1.0 *Complies with MIL-W-16878 except stranding.0 5.0 83026* 22 (19x34) .5 . 10 1–10 2.5 1000 ▲ 304. one piece.35 100 † 30.8 9.5 . put-ups are exact.38 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 3. but may contain 2 pieces max.088 2. 200°C VW-1 Product Description Stranded silver-coated copper conductor insulation with extruded TFE Teflon. 10 2.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.4 2. AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.4 2. 200°C (UL) • 1000V. .0 83028 20 (7x28) .38 .3 .8 5. ▲May contain more than one piece.0 83029* 18 (19x30) . †† 100 ft. 5.4 5.015 .73 100 †† 30.0 1000 ▲ 304.0 1000 ▲ 304.8 500 ▲ 152.015 .96 100 †† 30.4 1.8 5. 4. 6. 10 1–7. 9.8 .5 1. 9. 9.8 7.015 .24 100 †† 30.29) 300V.5 2.3 500 ▲ 152.

25 .80 . put-ups are exact.3 500 ▲ 152.25 .25 .1 • w w w .0 83003* 24 (19x36) .010 . ▲May contain more than one piece.10 1.50 1.5 .20 1.035 .010 .40 . 200°C (MIL-Spec) UL AWM Style 1213 • (Type E) MIL-W-16878/4 — Teflon 83000 30 (7x38) . b e l d e n .99 100 † 30.90 .0 83007* 20 (19x32) .4 500 ▲ 152.25 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .25 . 200°C VW-1 Product Description Stranded silver-coated copper conductor insulation with extruded TFE Teflon.056 1. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.0 83005 22 (7x30) .8 4.8 6.0 83001* 28 (7x36) .5 .81 100 † 30. Minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.049 1.5 1000 ▲ 304. one piece.5 .89 100 † 30.4 500 ▲ 152. put-ups are exact. ††100 ft.5 1000 ▲ 304.29) 105°C (UL) • 600V.70 1.010 .8 3.25 .10 1.4 1.8 3.5 1000 ▲ 304.032 .60 2. 9.5 1000 ▲ 304.25 .0 83004 24 (7x32) .5 1000 ▲ 304.2 500 ▲ 152.22 100 † 30.5 500 ▲ 152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 83006* 22 (19x34) .5 500 ▲ 152.2 1000 ▲ 304.09 100 † 30.10 .5 1000 ▲ 304. c o m .4 3.5 .09 100 † 30.40 .010 .10 Teflon ® High-Temperature UL AWM Style 1213 — 105°C (Type E) MIL-W-16878/4 Teflon — 600V.010 .47 100 † 30.043 1.043 1.60 2.8 0 0 .8 3. Part No.010 .70 1. 10 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 Teflon is a DuPont trademark.H O O K .4 3.8 6.4 1. 6.1 1000 ▲ 304.010 .010 .048 1. 10 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 2.20 1.80 .70 .25 .4 2. but may contain 2 pieces max.40 .8 1.5 .5 . AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.10 .20 1.70 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 9 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 2.25 .42 100 †† 30.039 .5 .0 1000 ▲ 304.0 83002 26 (7x34) .U P & L E A D W I R E 3.B E L D E N .4 2. 10 1–10 1–10 2.8 2.20 1.24 100 † 30.010 .4 1.3 500 ▲ 152. .10 . 9. †100 ft.50 .5 .8 4.5 .0 *Complies with MIL-W-16878 except stranding.05 .058 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Length may vary ±10% from length shown.10 .0 83008 20 (7x28) .

9.2 1000 ▲ 304.0 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 1–10 UL AWM Style 1371 — 105°C (Type ET) MIL-W-16878/6 Teflon — 250V.0 1000 ▲ 304.8 8.50 6.2 1000 ▲ 304.0 83045 28 (7x36) .05 2. 5. AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.076 1. 2.0 83010* 16 (19x29) . ▲May contain more than one piece.0 83049 22 (7x30) . contain more than one piece.28 . max.006 .8 0 0 .006 .036 .8 2. 5.006 .15 .5 1.0 500 ▲ 152.15 . 6. 7.0 83046 26 (7x34) . 8.07 100 †† 30.8 2.5 1000 ▲ 304.022 .15 .006 .011 .10 1–10 1.6 .91 100 †† 30.031 . 200°C VW-1 Product Description Stranded silver-coated copper conductor insulation with extruded TFE Teflon. 10 .501.1 1000 ▲ 304. 200°C (MIL-Spec) UL AWM Style 1371 • (Type ET) MIL-W-16878/6 — Teflon 83041 32 (7x40) . 7. 10 .024 . 10 .5 .4 6. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.5 .15 .012 .051.69 100 †† 30.10 1–3. 5–9 1. 2 pieces.8 1.5 .006 .0 3. Part No.006 . 8–10 . 6.2 1000 ▲ 304. 10 .50 2. 10 .07 100 †† 30. 2.2 500 ▲ 152. 5–9 ft.036 .8 1.8 4.3 1000 ▲ 304.0 *Complies with MIL-W-16878 except stranding. 6–10 .5 2.7 5. 5.11 Teflon ® High-Temperature UL AWM Style 1371 — 105°C (Type E) MIL-W-16878/4 Teflon — 600V.5 .H O O K .15 . 7. 6–9 .80 1–3.30 . 9.U P & L E A D W I R E 3. †100 ft.15 .80 1–10 .56 100 †† 30. 7–10 .05 6. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.042 1.3 1000 ▲ 304.0 ††100 ▲May .5 2.73 100 † 30. 5.91 100 †† 30.0 83047 24 (7x32) . c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire . 7.0 83050 22 (19x34) . . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 .006 .8 4.29) 105°C (UL) • 600V.901–3.B E L D E N . 8.0 83048 24 (19x36) . 200°C (MIL-Spec) UL AWM Style 1371 • (Type E) MIL-W-16878/4 — Teflon 83009* 18 (19x30) .5 . 7. 200°C VW-1 Product Description Stranded silver-coated copper conductor insulation with extruded TFE Teflon.006 .10 6.5 . 8–10 .042 1.8 2.1 • w w w .61 100 †† 30. 10 . 10 .5 1. 105°C (UL) • 250V. 9. one piece. 6.1 1000 ▲ 304.8 11.93 100 † 30. put-ups are exact.90 2.15 .101–3.90 1–4.79 100 †† 30.8 1. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.068 1. 5.4 4. put-ups are exact. Length may vary ±10% from length shown. b e l d e n .0 83043 30 (7x38) .5 .10 1–4.027 .1 1000 ▲ 304. 5. Minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .15 . Length may vary ±10% from length shown.

095 2.8 106. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. one piece.46)] 250 ** 76. *100 ft.14 .633 16.51)] 250 ** 76.9 5. 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 Separator over conductor. 125°C Flex/150°C No Flex (CSA Type CL1254) Product Description The insulation used for this HighTemperature lead wire is a chemically cross-linked ethylene-propylene diene elastomer. 9.2 33. 10.7 43.2 98.0 1000 304.5 15.43 (163x.453 11.4 9.5 18.583 14.0 5000 †† 1524.1 203.4 31.B E L D E N .52 .2 38.6 43.8 0 0 .0 37140 ▼ 4/0 (805x26) .73 100 * 30. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .51)] 250 ** 76. 9. For additional technical information.095 2.03 .2 24. put-ups are exact.8 37102 ▼ 2 (163x24) .045 1.8 376.142 3.07 (210x.7 40.8 8.383 9.23 (65x.327 8.8 49.82 (16x. 13 10 10 2.758 19.28 (133x.7 79.2 50.10 500 † 152.85 (504x.5 11.095 2.0 235.5 79.25)] 5000 †† 1524.8 500 152.8 4. Length may vary ±10% from length shown.045 1.51)] 250 ** 76.4 105.31 250 ** 76.14 .2 125.0 52.5 [.25)] 4000 †† 1219. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 350°F (177°C) • 4 hours @ 375°F (190°C) Part No.2 44.0 18. This 150°C EPDM wire offers more abrasion resistance than Hypalon… has the temperature rating of Silicone… at a price less than Silicone.41 . 600V.5 [3.0 37104 ▼ 4 (105x24) .5 37130 ▼ 3/0 (630x26) .2 30.7 [27.2 22.66 (84x.045 1. **200 ft.4 16.5 14.190 4.8 500 152.91 500 † 152.41)] 100 * 30. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .6 56.4 26. 10 10 2. 5.0 275.57 50 15.0 37106 ▼ 6 (84x25) .4 12.12 EPDM High-Temperature UL AWM Style 3340 and 3374 600V.2 95. 10.8 250 ** 76.0 5000 †† 1524.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.5 41.60 (84x.5 [1.0 37190 ▼ 1/0 (262x24) .97 100 * 30.0 345. †May contain more than one piece.9 [67.0 37103 ▼ 3 (133x24) .080 2. but may contain 2 pieces max.494 12.51)] 100 * 30.095 2.14 .2 170.41)] 250 ** 76.080 2.0 37110 10 (65x28) . 10.41 .0 175.3 156.29 (65x. c o m . Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.7 64. b e l d e n .2 [13. 125°C (CSA) UL AWM Style 3340 and 3374 • CSA Type CL1254 37118 18 (16x30) .25)] 3000 †† 914.0 [43. AWG (stranding) [sq.2 61.03 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.080 2.H O O K .060 1.55 100 * 30.5 500 152. 5.5 22.2 215.698 17.0 26.8 286.73 50 15.4 48.03 .5 1000 304.7 [21.03 .5 48.045 1.6 14.0 [5.4 98.4 279.5 47. as a coil lead. EPDM has exceptional qualities that help you achieve new levels of economy and quality.4 346.3 28.080 2.2 72.53 (105x.3 250 ** 76.3 1000 304.41 .03 .81 (630x.0 5000 †† 1524.0 37116 16 (26x30) .849 21.0 31. It’s UL Recognized under Style 3374 as a 150°C—600V Appliance Wiring Material.2 22.5 [8.08 (41x. 9.2 96.0 70. 155(F) and also in some 180(H) systems.32 (26x.5 [84. 125°C Flex/150°C No Flex (UL) • 600V.154 3.7 [53.6 108.240 6. put-ups are exact.3 20.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.36)] 500 † 152.0 10.0 500 † 152. 150°C EPDM wire is recommended for Class 130(B).1 14.2 21.4 7.3 32.0 2500 762. ††May contain more than one piece.41)] 250 ** 76.25)] 4000 †† 1219.8 89.080 2. is 125°C.0 2500 762.432 10.08 50 15.8 196.25 50 15.0 37114 14 (41x30) .51)] 250 ** 76. see Technical Information pages at the end of this section.0 37112 12 (65x30) .7 44.32)] 2000 †† 609.0 37101▼ 1 (210x24) .81 100 * 30.0 5000 †† 1524.61 500 † 152.5 58.2 72.2 115.1 [33. Never before could you find many of the characteristics that are found in Silicone and Hypalon® combined into one insulation.1 10.0 125.6 [108. 4.0 ▼ 3.73 (262x.0 17.4 449.095 2.51 100 * 30.0 37108 ▼ 8 (84x27) .29) Stranded Conductor Stranded tinned copper conductor Separator Over Conductor Separator 600V. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.41 .169 4.4 127. The CSA Listing.5 [2.29 500 † 152.8 7.4 223. 4.2 141.41 . 13 2.5 37100 ▼ 2/0 (504x26) .9 11.1 • w w w . 13 2.2 174.8 6.5 31. Hypalon is a DuPont trademark.7 2.5 101.1 32. 10 2.0 500 152.0 500 † 152.1 157.8 130.14 .5 22.4 69.0 90.83 500 † 152.37 (805x.

4 500 †† 152.08 (41x.4 8.3 90.18 3.36 37502 2 (163x24) [33.13 EPDM High-Temperature UL AWM Style 3484 600V.76 .25)] 37216 16 (26x30) .138 . EPDM is used in many high voltage applications.2 152.0 93.60 (84x.909 20.76 .5 137.2 152.2 123. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. †250 ft.125 3.18 3.688 16.18 .813 .18 .59 2.74 37506 6 (84x25) [13. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.125 3.43 (163x.0 110.125 3. see Technical Information pages at the end of this section. 1-800-BELDEN-1. 150°C (UL) UL AWM Style 3499 37508 8 (84x27) .030 [2.66 (84x.29 (65x.76 .46)] . c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire Stranded tinned copper conductor 600V.0 333.125 [8.0 151.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.25)] 37214 14 (41x30) .8 15.2 27.77 3.1 10.125 3.53 (105x. AWG (stranding) [sq.158 2.1 250 † 76.4 304.18 .8 5.18 .2 150.29) *Contact Belden’s Customer Service Department for order requirements. Part No.3 12.4 23.1 500 †† 152.32 (26x.51)] .123 .2 152.4 243.76 .6 50 * 15. Length may vary ±10% from length shown.37 (805x.5 206. UL AWM Style 3499 7500V.73 (262x.25)] 37218 18 (16x30) .01 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Special Order* Special Order* Special Order* Special Order* Special Order* Special Order* .0 59.8 0 0 . The reduced wall thickness results in a UL and CSA Rating of 600V.2 34.0 30. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 66.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.85 (504x.8 15.423 10.4 250 † 76. 125°C.0 214.125 .41)] 50 * 15.5 50 * 15.4 250 † 76.1 19.36)] 3.81 (630x.6 4.109 . 150°C High-Voltage EPDM Product Description The insulation used for this High-Voltage wire is a chemically cross-linked ethylenepropylene diene elastomer with a separator for improved strippability.51)] .4 472.0 500 †† 152. For additional technical information.0 55.H O O K .25)] 37212 12 (65x30) .36 (7x.8 15.2 48.2 152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.125 .8 104.5 76.1 11. put-ups are one piece.030 [1.4 302.8 122.76 .125 3. EPDM is naturally corona resistant and more heat resistant than many other rubber compounds and is able to take the longer bake cycles frequently needed for the big jobs.5 *50 ft. exact.5 240. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .13 Separator Stranded tinned copper conductor 37530 37540 3/0 (630x26) [84.07 (210x.2 184.638 .030 [. For additional technical information.1 • w w w .51 4.76 37501 37590 1 (210x24) [43.65 23.41)] .B E L D E N .581 14.5 250 † 76.4 304. put-ups are exact.093 2.36 . see Technical Information pages at the end of this section.0 83.0 109.09 4/0 (805x26) [108.48 50 * 500 †† 1000 †† 50 * 500 †† 1000 †† 50 * 500 †† 1000 †† 50 * 500 †† 1000 †† 50 * 500 †† 15. ††May contain more than one piece.51)] 37500 2/0 (504x26) [67. but may contain 2 pieces max.4 9.18 .8 15.470 11.25)] CSA Type AWM .25)] 37220 20 (10x30) . 125°C (CSA Type AWM) Product Description This series of EPDM (ethylene-propylene diene elastomer) will provide you with a lead wire which possesses excellent characteristics.51)] . EPDM has superior weather resistance and low temperature pliability.2 152.8 167.51 (10x.0 130.5 18.7 22.41)] .6 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1/0 (262x24) [53.2 40.18 .0 80.030 [.4 304.0 40.5 68.21 17.526 13.0 15.76 .5 56.753 19. 125°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3484 • 37222 22 (7x30) .030 [.5 50 * 15.102 . b e l d e n .0 6.4 304.2 15.12 3.9 176.81 (16x.2 228. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 350°F (177°C) • 4 hours @ 375°F (190°C) 7500V.94 37504 4 (105x24) [21.125 3.030 [3.18 .

4 1524.015 .76 .0 39.1 • w w w .6 86. 1-800-BELDEN-1.76 .101 .25)] .76 . 4. 6.1 152. 12.1 UL AWM Style 3195 • CSA Type CL1251 35608** 8 (133x29) .57 2. 609. b e l d e n .109 . and solvent resistance.5 4.015 .25)] .177 2.14 .46 2000 † [13. 6. 9.5 1524.58 * [.10 3.36)] **Separator over conductor. It provides an economic alternative to Hypalon® where extreme flexibility is not required. 9.25)] 12 (65x30) [3.29)] 609. 5.062 1.6 152. 13 2.H O O K . This construction has excellent thermal aging characteristics. 10 1–6. c o m .078 .76 .030 .0 6.76 .015 . 6.4 10. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 300°F (149°C) • 12 hours @ 325°F (163°C) 8 hours @ 350°F (177°C) Part No. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 300°F (149°C) • 12 hours @ 325°F (163°C) 8 hours @ 350°F (177°C) 600V.5 2.38 . 125°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3173 • CSA Type CL1251 35622 22 (7x30) .38 .333 8.52 .81 (16x.0 1524. 9.0 50.0 75.122 . kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.89 4.38 .25)] 14 (41x30) [2.48 3.29 (65x.5 3. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. 9. 5.030 .24)] 5000 †† 1524.14 XL-Dur ® UL AWM Style 3199 300V. This construction has excellent thermal aging characteristics. 10 Stranded Conductor UL AWM Style 3196 • CSA Type CL1251 35606** 6 (133x27) . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .060 1.045 1.5 609. 9. B02 10 2.030 .76 .25)] 30. The insulation resists deformation when subjected to momentary high temperatures in customer assembly processes. 10 Special Order* 35720 35718 35716 ††May 20 (10x30) [. 125°C (CSA Type CL1251) Product Description This insulation is a chemically cross-linked polyethylene applied in a single extrusion.29) 300V.0 13.60 (133x.4 152.8 0 0 .0 [.153 .0 9. It provides an economic alternative to Hypalon where extreme flexibility is not required.073 . 5.36 (7x. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.0 100.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.23 (65x. 10. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.25)] 10 (65x28) [5. 4.7 9.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft. moisture resistance. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . ††May contain more than one piece.4 5.50 18 (16x30) [.23 (19x. 10 10 9. AWG (stranding) [sq.6 244.83 (19x.8 914. 10 2. 105°C (CSA Type CL1054) Product Description This insulation is a chemically cross-linked polyethylene applied in a single extrusion.6 2. 5. 13 1–10.2 152. 8–10.091 1.5 2. The insulation resists deformation when subjected to momentary high temperatures in customer assembly processes.38 .0 34.31 * 18 (19x30.4 4. moisture resistance. The 356-series of XL-DUR is recommended for Class 130(B) as motor leads.030 .0 69. †May contain more than one piece.0 45.4 87.76 .0 * * 16 (19x29) [1.08 (41x.25)] 16 (26x30) [1.29)] *Contact Belden’s Customer Service Department for order requirements.0 * * * 18. Stranded tinned copper conductor UL AWM Style 3173.0 22.68 2000 † [8. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.51 (10x.8 1524.030 .0 110.61 (133x.36 (7x. 3195.263 6.093 2. 10 10 2.015 .51 (10x.137 . 10 9.2 * Special Order* Special Order* 1. 3196 600V.0 40.85 1.32)] 500 † 5000 †† 500 † 5000 †† 500 † 5000 †† 500 † 5000 †† 500 † 3000 †† 2000 † 152.0 18.B E L D E N . 105°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3199 • CSA Type CL1054 35722 22 (7x30) .77 3.98 2. 10 Stranded tinned copper conductor Separator Over Conductor Separator Hypalon is a DuPont trademark.32 (26x.36 5000 †† 1524.030 . contain more than one piece.4 7.030 .0 39.5) [.25)] * * * * 40.4 15.7 152. 10 35620 35618 35616 35614 35612 35610 20 (10x30) [. and solvent resistance.

0 95.75 2500 † 2500 † 2500 † 2500 † 762.25)] . 10 9.0 762.32)] may contain more than one piece.4 14.32)] 8 (133x29) [8.0 105.0 152.24 4. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . distribution boards.5 31008N 8 (133x29) [8.0 [.25)] .24 4. Length may vary ±10% from length shown.0 152.2 52. 10 9.0 50.7 3. contain more than one piece.29 (65x.29 (65x.167 .25)] .60 (133x.76 .25)] .15 XL-Dur (High-Temperature) and SIS (Switchboard) Wire UL AWM Style 3436 and 3321 XL-Dur — 600V. AWG (stranding) [sq.045 .25)] 14 (41x30) [2.2 48. it has excellent heat aging characteristics in combination with excellent electrical and physical properties.5 23.32 (26x.67 6.030 .29)] Separator Stranded tinned copper conductor UL Type SIS 31014N 14 (41x30) [2.144 .153 . c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire 500 † 5000 † 500 † 5000 † 500 † 5000 † 500 † 5000 † 500 † 5000 † 152.66 4.030 .5 22.81 (16x.5 .51 (10x.030 [2.B E L D E N .08 (41x.29)] †Spools ††May may contain more than one piece.2 6.123 .7 47.3 8 8 8 8 31012N 12 (65x30) [3.67 6.102 2. 10 9.167 . including instrument and control wiring in these applications.89 4.5 1524.0 210.76 1. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.08 (41x.030 .268 3.U P ® & L E A D W I R E 3.76 .5 762. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.4 5.25)] Stranded tinned copper conductor 35412 35410 † Spools 12 (65x30) [3.76 .0 1524.144 .184 .08 (41x.4 8 8 8 8 8 10 (65x28) [5.030 . 150°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3436 and 3321 • CSA Type CL1251 and AWM 35420 20 (10x30) .030 . As with other cross-linked lead wire.7 42.6 63.4 7.0 152. Length may vary ±10% from length shown. panelboards. 150°C. b e l d e n .5 1524.184 .23 (65x.76 1.4 31.25)] 31010N 10 (65x28) [5. 10 9.2 762. 600V.76 . 10 9. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.268 3.76 .12 3.76 .1 95.59 500 † 152.23 (65x. 90°C (UL) UL Type SIS • VW-1 31014 14 (41x30) .14 .9 87.110 .66 4.60 (133x.5 43.4 20.76 .177 2.79 3. 10 9.3 47.9 35.0 152.4 10. It is UL Recognized to 600V.0 140.76 .030 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .75 31012 31010 31008 12 (65x30) [3. 10 35418 35416 35414 18 (16x30) [.51 3.2 50. The wire is covered by a separator for improved strippability.2 192. Part No.0 2500 † 2500 † 762.29 (65x.0 5000 †† 1524.76 .0 22.4 4.4 93.138 .030 .030 .23 (65x.8 4.25)] 9 9.32)] 762.50 16 (26x30) [1.1 • w w w .5 77.8 0 0 .7 86.030 .29) 600V.5 1524. UL Type SIS — 600V.0 2.76 .6 9. 10 9.H O O K . 90°C (UL) Product Description For wiring switchboards.0 3000 †† 914.0 70.2 105.2 190.045 2500 † 762.030 .5 2.0 1524. 150°C (CSA Type CL1251 and AWM) Product Description This series of chemically cross-linked polyethylene lead wire is available for higher temperature applications.25)] 10 (65x28) [5.030 .2 107.14 . 10 10 9.

kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. 105°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3191 • CSA Type CL1053 34418 18 (16x30) .5 215.51)] 30.37 100 † [8. 8.66 (84x.7 11.0 15.53 (105x.3 76.420 10. 10 8. Stranded tinned copper conductor UL AWM Style 3191.4 17. 10 8.5 38.2 84.03 . 13 8.2 70. 4.4 24.03 .51)] . ††250 ft.73 (262x.4 76.8 136. 8–10. ▼ May contain more than one piece.41)] Separator .5 76.5 79.59 50 † 250 †† 20. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 2.14 .6 26.25)] 500 †† 152.0 152. 10 2.060 1. length 50 ft.08 (41x.142 3. 3192.2 51.31 100 † [5.81 (630x. It may be considered as an alternative to Silicone rubber to withstand 155°C varnish baking temperatures.1 1. 10. 10 2.2 63.2 12.4 49.4 139.41)] . 8–10. 13 2. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.2 76.42 50 † 100 † 250 †† 16.209 5. 8.5 48.9 51.3 304. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 300°F (149°C) Part No.1 7.H O O K .32 (26x. exact.1 • w w w . 10 2.0 4000 ▼ 1219.51)] 250 †† 500 †† 34403* 3 (133x24) .14 .61 100 † 30. 5.170 4.3 [. †50 ▲ 100 † 250 †† 500 †† CL1052** 14.190 4. **CSA requires additional wall thickness in sizes 10 AWG and larger to meet CL1053 requirements.080 2.454 Stranded Conductor UL AWM Style 3193 • CSA Type 34401* 1 (210x24) .819 34440* 4/0 (805x26) [108.0 30.52 . exact.080 2. 5.9 114.5 44. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 300°F (149°C) 600V.2 32.8 47. 8.25)] 500 †† 152. 10 2.2 108. 10 10 10 8. 1000 ft.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.0 22.080 2.080 2. and 100 ft.7 6.51)] Stranded tinned copper conductor 34490* 1/0 (262x24) [53.7 23.29 (65x. 10 2.045 1. ††250 and 500 ft.52 .2 15.2 44. 13 10 ft. 5.5 97.8 8.B E L D E N .3 11.557 [43.7 61.3 63.32)] 500 †† 2000 ▼ UL AWM Style 3192 • CSA Type CL1052** 34408* 8 (84x27) .36)] 250 †† 34406* 6 (84x25) .2 46. color stability and electrical properties.060 1.4 14.07 (210x.2 30.43 (163x.0 30. but is not suitable for operating temperatures above Class 130(B).14 100 † [21. but is not suitable for operating temperatures above Class 130(B).1 76. 10 8.3 22.1 10. put-ups exact. Min. put-ups are one piece.53 *Separator over conductor.80 50 † 250 †† 11.8 [1.7 8.5 9.6 [3.03 2.52 .52 . 10 10 34402* 2 (163x24) [33. 8.03 .5 3000 ▼ 914.8 2. 300V) Product Description This insulation is chlorosulfonated polyethylene. put-ups are one piece.16 Hypalon ® UL AWM Style 3191 600V. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.5 175.5 30. 8.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.5 609.4 8. put-ups are exact.5 2.5 76. 10 8.46)] 250 †† 1000 ▲ 34404* 4 (105x24) .4 97.0 †100 ▼ 1.83 100 † 30.25)] 500 †† 152.060 1.03 .6 34.9 139. may contain 2 pieces max.155 3.60 (84x.0 97.045 1.9 21. length 50 ft. 4. c o m .2 15.8 0 0 .32 100 † 30.1 1.41)] Hypalon is a DuPont trademark.15 50 † 100 † 250 †† 15.69 500 †† [27.2 18.0 34416 16 (26x30) . Hypalon insulation has excellent heat resistance.4 118. 5.29) 600V. 10 8.2 14. 105°C (CSA Type CL1053) Product Description This insulation is chlorosulfonated polyethylene. 105°C (CSA Type CL1052. It may be considered as an alternative to Silicone rubber to withstand 155°C varnish baking temperatures.97 50 † 100 † 250 †† 18. 10 2.343 8.8 27.3 4. AWG (stranding) [sq.0 30. 10 10 10 8 10 10 10 10 8.0 3. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.7 76. may contain 2 pieces max.8 30.668 34430* 3/0 (630x26) [84.3 4.2 30.37 (805x.2 8.4 19.290 7.0 34414 14 (41x30) . Min.7 [2. 105°C (CSA) UL AWM Style 3191 • CSA Type CL1052** 34410 10 (65x28) .8 38.52 .2 30.2 6. Hypalon is recommended for motor leads for Class 130(B) insulation systems.2 15. May contain more than one piece.6 102.4 43.23 (65x.5 3. 5.5 4000 ▼ 1219.6 57.080 .5 13. 105°C (UL) • 300V.2 24.5 6.1 53. 10 2.85 (504x.732 . Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.4 17.0 5000 ▼ 1524.0 34412 12 (65x30) . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .14 .2 15.2 76.2 52.8 152.0 152. 10 10 8. and 500 ft. b e l d e n .045 1.51)] . 10 8.060 1. may contain 3 pieces max.0 75.045 1.14 .1 2.060 1.8 32.0 152. 10 10 10 10 8. put-ups are exact.0 2.607 Separator Over Conductor 34400* 2/0 (504x26) [67. Hypalon insulation has excellent heat resistance.28 (133x. color stability and electrical properties.5 19.25)] 500 †† 152.71 100 † [13.5 76.5 4. 3193 600V. Hypalon is recommended for motor leads for Class 130(B) insulation systems.4 10.399 10. 10 10 10 10 8.6 13.14 .045 1.4 114.94 100 † 30.81 (16x.

0 121.532 . .0 80.3 148. and 500 ft.5 39.5 51. color stability and electrical properties.8 113.51 14. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.36 5000 †† 1524.815 .81 3.7 25.4 15.030 .2 76.2 194.030 .2 15.150 3.7 287. Hypalon is a DuPont trademark.0 [.25)] Stranded tinned copper conductor 5000V High-Voltage Hypalon Product Description This insulation is chlorosulfonated polyethylene.150 .3 22.4 5000 †† 1524.150 .25)] 14 (41x30) [2.51 (10x.4 5000 †† 1524. put-ups are exact.4 * 10 8.6 86. 10 2.0 67.12 3.54 2. It may be considered as an alternative to Silicone rubber to withstand 155°C varnish baking temperatures.51)] 1 (210x24) [43.76 . ††May contain more than one piece.51)] 36100 2/0 (504x26) [67.0 500 † 152.5 2.2 76.959 12.110 . 1-800-BELDEN-1.81 .030 .81 3.2 7.8 247.76 .3 32.2 152.2 152.9 6.480 .36 (7x.2 152. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.81 3.6 36.150 .70 24.4 15. Hypalon insulation has excellent heat resistance.5 23.25)] 35.37 (805x.B E L D E N .4 12.8 0 0 .60 (84x.5 112.85 (504x. 10 2.150 .0 52.8 55.0 45.76 .41)] 50 ▲ 500 ◆ 50 ▲ 500 ◆ 50 ▲ 500 ◆ 50 ▲ 500 ◆ 50 ▲ 250 ◆ 50 ▲ 500 ◆ 50 ▲ 50 ▲ 250 ◆ 15.123 . 250 ft.0 55.5 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 36140 ▲ ▲ ◆ 4/0 (805x26) [108.0 500 † 152.81 3.0 6.750 . Hypalon is recommended for motor leads for Class 130(B) insulation systems. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.150 . color stability and electrical properties.46)] 4 (105x24) [21.73 (262x.29) 300V. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.36 36106 36104 36102 36101 6 (84x25) [13.1 • w w w .2 152.0 88.6 13.81 3. 4.4 14. 105°C (CSA Type CL1052) Product Description This insulation is chlorosulfonated polyethylene. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.81 3.2 152.25)] .7 37.19 13.76 .81 3. 5000V High-Voltage 36108 8 (84x27) [8.700 . but is not suitable for operating temperatures above Class 130(B).5 4.0 8.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.05 20.53 (105x.4 15.17 Hypalon ® UL AWM Style 3190 300V.51)] Separator Stranded tinned copper conductor 36190 1/0 (262x24) [53.030 .66 (84x. Hypalon insulation has excellent heat resistance.36)] . Part No.5 130. 10 10 Special Order* 34920 34918 34916 34914 20 (10x30) [.51)] 2 (163x24) [33.2 15.76 .79 3. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .25)] 16 (26x30) [1.33 17. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . †May contain more than one piece.150 .0 * * 18 (16x30) [.81 (16x.093 2.100 .9 20.643 . 105°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3190 • CSA Type CL1052 34922 22 (7x30) .0 3.138 2.07 (210x.H O O K .32 (26x. b e l d e n .41)] 50 ft. AWG (stranding) [sq.4 15.150 .2 26. c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire *Contact Belden’s Customer Service Department for order requirements.4 10.94 16.4 15.030 .08 (41x.588 . but may contain 2 pieces max.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.51 5000 †† 1524.9 3. 10 2.0 * 15. 9. exact.78 19.3 10. put-ups are one piece.5 17.43 (163x.

25)] 5000 †† 1524.4 8.209 5.045 1.285 7.7 10.155 3. 10.2 UL AWM Style 3048** 31508* 8 (84x27) .25)] 5000 †† 1524.25)] 2000 †† 609. 90°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3044 • CSA Type CL902 31520 20 (10x30) .060 1.045 1.030 .6 [8.81 (16x.399 . 5.4 47.668 14.1 [2.030 .4 32516 16 (26x30) .4 [1.08 (41x.3 31.32)] 2000 †† 609.3 18.109 2.343 .36)] 9.53 500 † 250 † 250 † 152. 10 2–6.0 47.73 (262x.76 .51)] .0 55.080 2. 4.0 4.2 10.29 500 † 152.3 31500* 2/0 (504x26) [67.2 13. 6.4 117.66 (84x.32 (26x.0 22.18 Neoprene UL AWM Style 3044 300V. 9. 5.60 (84x.4 31504* 4 (105x24) Stranded tinned copper conductor [21.14 . 9. 10 1–3.07 (210x.0 †May contain more than one piece.4 [.045 1.1 76.045 1.4 [. 3048.2 UL AWM Style 3046** 31510 10 (65x28) . AWG (stranding) [sq.51)] Separator Over Conductor UL AWM Style 3049** 31501* 1 (210x24) .0 48. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 300°F (149°C) • 8 hours @ 325°F (163°C) 15 minutes @ 450°F (232°C) 600V. 9.5 3.142 3.B E L D E N .5 21.6 34. †May contain more than one piece.03 2.2 98.0 80.71 10. c o m .8 0 0 .0 3.52 1.32 (26x. B02 2–6. 9. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft. b e l d e n .0 75.29) 300V.54 500 † 152.2 141.24 500 † 152. 10 2. It may be considered for use in hazardous locations and is being used in explosion-proof motors recognized by UL.51)] .0 8.51)] 31502* 2 (163x24) [33.4 76.0 49. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 23. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 300°F (149°C) • 8 hours @ 325°F (163°C) 15 minutes @ 450°F (232°C) Part No.9 [5.31 250 † 76.25)] 4000 †† 1219. ††May contain more than one piece. 10 1–6.0 40.14 .85 (504x. 5.76 .2 116.53 (105x. 90°C (CSA Type CL903 available as shown) Product Description Neoprene insulation has good heat aging characteristics and is an excellent low-cost motor lead wire.6 69.045 1.0 36.8 10 10 10 Separator 31590* 1/0 (262x24) [53. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .080 2.25)] 3000 †† 914.52 . 10 9.14 .1 • w w w .060 1. 9.94 500 † 152.5 44.14 .454 8. 10 2. 10 10 10 10 Stranded Conductor 31506* 6 (84x25) [13.51 (10x. 10 10 2. 4.6 106.29 (65x.0 105.1 10 10 2.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft. 12 AWG and smaller sizes are dual labeled UL and CSA.5 30.100 2.060 .6 5000 †† 1524.97 250 † 250 † 250 † 76.03 [43.25)] 5000 †† 1524. 5.5 64.5 6.2 2. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.14 . 6.4 13. 90°C (UL) UL AWM Style 3046 • CSA Type CL903 32518 18 (16x30) .0 25. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.080 . †† May contain more than one piece.83 250 † 76.41)] *Separator over conductor.42 16. 4. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. **CSA requires additional wall thickness in sizes 10 AWG and larger to meet CL903 requirements.81 (16x. 10 10 10 10 10 2.607 .10 500 † 152.0 [1.15 15. 90°C (CSA Type CL902) Product Description Neoprene insulation has good heat aging characteristics and is an excellent low-cost motor lead wire. 9. 9. 10 Stranded tinned copper conductor UL AWM Style 3046.03 76.0 53. It may be considered for use in hazardous locations and is being used in explosion-proof motors recognized by UL.77 500 † 152. 9. 12 AWG and smaller sizes are dual labeled UL and CSA. 5.46)] .0 2.0 31518 18 (16x30) . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .52 .2 52.29 (65x.76 . 3049 600V.0 31516 16 (26x30) . Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft. 5.7 31514 14 (41x30) .122 3.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.5 [3.169 4.61 500 † 152.4 11.2 108.14 11.8 53.43 (163x.2 66.0 6.060 . 4.9 [.0 5.557 .H O O K .030 .190 4.2 76.0 5.1 31512 12 (65x30) .52 1.25)] 5000 †† 1524.

14 1.32 4.64)] *Contact Belden’s Customer Service Department for order requirements. AWG (stranding) [sq.045 .8 67.6 28. 3213.51 (10x. 10 10 33320 33318 33316 33314 33312 33310† 20 (10x30) [. 200°C (UL) UL AWM Style 3135 33418 18 (7x26) .030 [.25)] 14 (41x30) [2.2 38.14 1.41)] .46)] . 10 9.66 (84x.81 (16x.76 . 1-800-BELDEN-1.94 (7x.8 0 0 . UL AWM Style 3135 600V.44 (7x.5 22.76 .5 48.25)] * * 500▲ 500▲ 500▲ 500▲ 500▲ * * 152.1 • w w w .14 1.060 .14 1.4 10 10 10 10 Stranded Conductor 33306† 33304† 6 (84x25) [13.060 1.0 9.14 1.4 152.060 .4 * * 7.09 [53.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.045 .2 4. May contain more than one piece.51)] Separator Over Conductor UL AWM Style 3214 • CSA Type AWM 33390† 1/0 (262x24) .5 12. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. Braidless Silicone lead wire is also recommended for consideration in applications requiring Class 155(F) or Class 180(H) materials.045 . 150°C (CSA Type AWM) Product Description The 333 series of braidless Silicone 150°C lead wire features easy and clean stripping without the problems associated with glass braid wire. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 410°F (210°C) 600V.045 .334 .94 4.060 1.2 10 Separator *Contact Belden’s Customer Service Department for order requirements.12 3. † Separator over conductor.045 . Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 410°F (210°C) Part No. Length may vary ±10% from length shown. put-ups are exact.43 (163x.25)] 10 (65x28) [5.H O O K .139 2.31 18 (16x30) [.030 .B E L D E N .52 .32 (26x. 200°C Product Description The 334 Series is for use only in totally enclosed systems. 1-800-BELDEN-1.23 (65x. b e l d e n .142 .25)] 16 (26x30) [1.3 49.4 152.18 [.48 9.25)] 12 (65x30) [3.4 152.29) 600V.457 8.91 11.19 Silicone Rubber Braidless UL AWM Style 3212.0 22.4 152.170 .52 1.0 16.60 (84x.03 .53 3. Recommended for high-temperature applications in motors.36)] 500† 500▲ 250◆ 250◆ 152.155 .594 15.5 * * 3.73 (262x.2 30. stoves.19 [8. therapeutic and electronic devices. Some rigid varnishes may cause cracking when the wire is severely bent. It is recommended that varnish compatibility be checked before production. 10 9.61 3.5 61. clothes dryers. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.4 76.14 . ◆ ▲ ▲ 250 ft. It has excellent physical and mechanical strength properties.61 4 (105x24) [21. 10 9.2 76.27 (7x.045 1.390 .111 .080 2.76 .4 152.5 7.32)] UL AWM Style 3213 • CSA Type AWM 33308† 8 (84x27) .045 1. c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire .36 (7x. 3214 600V.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.3 5.82 3.83 5.25)] .08 (41x. but may contain 2 pieces max.52 1.283 7. lighting fixtures. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 17.123 .53 * * * * * * * * * * * * Special Order* Special Order* Special Order* 33416 33414 16 (7x24) [1.5 10.125 3. Stranded tinned copper conductor F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .14 .030 14 (7x22) [2.3 Special Order* Special Order* 9.29 (65x.132 . 150°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3212 • CSA Type AWM 33322 22 (7x30) .2 108.52 .190 .51)] .51)] Stranded tinned copper conductor 33302† 2 (163x24) [33.53 (105x.51)] 250◆ 76.209 3. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.

190 4.6 45.080 2.060 1. lighting fixtures.0 9.59)] 152.0 129.5 609. 3075.060 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 48.51)] 250 ◆ 30890* 1/0 (262x24) . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . put-ups are exact.4 69.1 76.5 76.080 2.51)] 250 ◆ 30800* 2/0 (504x26) .5 60. 10 Stranded Conductor Treated glass braid (lacquered) Silicone rubber Stranded tinned copper conductor UL AWM Style 3125 • CSA Type SEW-2 30808* 8 (54x25) .5 22.76 .5 152.727 18. clothes dryers.20 Silicone Rubber Glass Braid UL AWM Style 3071.51)] .02 100 ▲ [53.080 2.5 14.73 (262x.78 (54x.9 76.95 100 ▲ [8.424 10.85 (504x. 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 30840* 4/0 (266x21) [109.238 6.51)] 6000 †† 1829. 10 9.41)] 6000 †† 1829. 10 9. ▲ ▲ ◆ 50 ft.46)] 500 † 2000 † 30804* 4 (105x24) .83 500 † 152.5 45.670 17. 10 9.76 .080 2.0 100. 155(F) or 180(H) insulation systems. Recommended for high-temperature applications in motors.167 4.496 12. .76 .5 76.2 100.H O O K .2 221.52 .2 6.0 32414 14 (7x22) .9 21.30 (19x.313 7.4 12. 10 9. 10 9. These wires can be used with Class 130(B).030 .07 (210x. b e l d e n . 10 9.03 .4 6.5 30.1 30. 10 9.5 9.2 47.2 31. and 100 ft.4 82. put-ups are one piece.47)] 3.3 19.0 129.3 108.76 .66 (84x.14 . 10 9.133 3.8 33. 250 ft. 10 9. therapeutic and electronic devices.1 27. exact.4 26.47 50 ▲ [67. 10 10 9.0 21. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 410°F (210°C) Part No.5 51.5 152.1 9.35 100 ▲ [13.060 1.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.5 43.1 5. AWG (stranding) [sq.52 .080 2.03 .5 [1. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.0 [2.2 76.5 [.8 4.3 78.41)] 100 ▲ 250 ◆ 30830* 3/0 (630x26) .4 285. but may contain 2 pieces max.8 914. 10 9.0 UL AWM Style 3074 • CSA Type SEW-2 32412 12 (19x24.52 .5 66.3 49.19 250 ◆ [84.72)] *Separator over conductor.80 100 ▲ [43.2 50. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.7 23.24 500 † 152.8 †May contain more than one piece.1 14.030 .030 .0 32416 16 (7x24) .368 9.29) 600V.41)] 30.6 284.8 0 0 .81 (630x.2 72.2 146.4 35. 10 9.779 19.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.51 (266x.5 12. 10 9. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.5 31.79 50 ▲ 250 ◆ 15. c o m .52 .5 15.045 1.5) .795 20.46)] 500 † 3000 † † 30806* 6 (84x25) .64)] 4000 †† 1219. 3125 and 3126 600V.38 500 † 152. 10 9.03 .4 17.03 . The Silicone insulation strips clean and easy. 3074. ††May contain more than one piece.0 76.B E L D E N .5 [3.27 (19x.53 (105x. 10 9.7 9.145 3. 10 UL AWM Style 3075 • CSA Type SEW-2 32410 10 (19x22.622 15.05 500 † [5. Length may vary ±10% from length shown.1 • w w w .94 (7x.030 . stoves.60 250 ◆ Separator UL AWM Style 3126 • CSA Type SEW-2 30801* 1 (210x24) .8 76.03 .5 30.44 (7x.68 500 † 152.5 8.0 9.4 56. 200°C (CSA Type SEW-2) VW-1 Product Description UL recognizes finer strands on the 150°C rated wire. The glass braid provides additional abrasion resistance and is treated to prevent fraying.27 (7x.2 123.2 181.060 1.2 100.77 250 ◆ [21.5) .43 (163x.4 9.5 4. 200°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3071 • CSA Type SEW-2 32418 18 (7x26) . 10 Separator Over Conductor 30802* 2 (163x24) [33.51)] 30.

therapeutic and electronic devices.0 12. Length may vary ±10% from length shown. 10 9.030 contain more than one piece.030 .72 500 † 500 † 152.52 (105x.76 .1 5. flexible Silicone insulation that remains flexible over a wide temperature range: +150°C to -55°C.9 2.0 17.118 2. 3101 600V.4 [1.6 16.3 10. 10 UL AWM Style 3070 • CSA Type SEWF-2 30818 18 (16x30) .68 500 † 152.B E L D E N . 150°C (CSA Type SEWF-2) VW-1 Product Description UL recognizes finer strands on the 150°C rated wire. This wire has a tough. exact.030 . AWG (stranding) [sq. 150°C Product Description Suitable for mercury switches when protected against mechanical abuse.32)] 500 † 152.23 (65x.35 100 * 30.6 609. 600V.6 11. 155(F) or 180(H) insulation systems.03 (210x. 10 9. †May contain more than one piece.29 (65x. 10 9.76 . c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire . 5.030 . 10 9.07 100 * 30. Stranded tinned copper conductor F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.164 .08)] .17 4.030 .4 30816 16 (26x30) .21 Silicone Rubber Glass Braid and Mercury Switch Wire Glass Braid UL AWM Style 3069.122 3.76 . stoves.32 (26x.08 (41x.5 7.5 [.51 (10x. b e l d e n .25)] UL AWM Style 3101 • CSA Type SEWF-2 30810 10 (65x28) .0 7. The Silicone insulation strips clean and easy.81 (16x.8 25.9 4.29) 600V.08)] . lighting fixtures.25)] 2.0 . 10 Silicone rubber Stranded tinned copper conductor Mercury Switch UL AWM Style 3123 600V.25)] 152. 10 9.76 . put-ups are one piece.79 3.1 • w w w .4 9.5 [5. The glass braid provides additional abrasion resistance and is treated to prevent fraying. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 24. 150°C (UL & CSA) UL AWM Style 3069 • CSA Type SEWF-2 30820 20 (10x30) .76 .76 .0 2. Recommended for high-temperature applications in motors.145 3.7 9.76 .25)] .8 0 0 .00 2000†† 2000†† 609. clothes dryers.25)] 500 † 152.030 [.4 5.4 152.14 . 150°C (UL) UL AWM Style 3123 34020 20 (105x40) . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. 10 30814 30812 14 (41x30) [2.H O O K .239 6. These wires can be used with Class 130(B).3 9.0 2.110 .0 6.5 9.045 1. Recommended maximum baking cycles: 24 hours @ 410°F (210°C) Treated glass braid (lacquered) Part No.10 500 † [. 3070.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.9 8 8 34017 ††May 17 (210x40) [1.030 . Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.4 12 (65x30) [3.186 4.132 3.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.4 *100 ft.

PVC jacket in Red (8868) or Black (8869).U P & L E A D W I R E 3.015 .B E L D E N .38 .000 DC 18 AWG Stranded Conductor (16x30) 80°C 8866 . Red PVC jacket.69 .6 4.38 .5 10.4 3. conductive polyethylene (Korona-Guard) over inner conductor provides uniform distribution of voltage stresses.9 6. Suggested Working Voltage: 40.191 4.1 • w w w .0 1. conductive polyethylene (Korona-Guard) over inner conductor provides uniform distribution of voltage stresses. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Red PVC jacket.120 100 30.5 .2 4. b e l d e n .0 11.208 5. polyethylene insulation.000 DC Breakdown Voltage: 80.000 DC (8869) Part No. c o m .057 1.015 .5 U-500 U-152.000 DC 20 AWG Stranded Conductor (7x28) UL AWM Style 3239 • 80°C 9867 . Suggested Working Voltage: 30.8 2 2 18 AWG Stranded Conductor (16x30) Product Description Tinned copper.4 4. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.17 .4 3.05 100 30.38 .29) 22 AWG Stranded Conductor (7x30) 80°C 8868 .0 6.85 100 500 30.4 3.4 500 152.5 152.0 1.027 . conductive polyethylene (Korona-Guard) over inner conductor provides uniform distribution of voltage stresses.5 1.9 2.0 10.028 .5 500 152.7 .7 2. Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.81 1.000 DC (8869) Breakdown Voltage: 48.4 3.6 2 2 2 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .015 .000 DC (8868) 35.7 2.150 8869 .000 DC Breakdown Voltage: 60.H O O K .12 .4 500 152.28 100 30.8 0 0 .046 1. Suggested Working Voltage: 24. polyethylene insulation.5 U-500 U-152. polyethylene insulation.000 DC (8868) 17.22 High-Voltage Leads 22 AWG Stranded Conductor (7x30) Product Description Tinned copper.45 .044 1.0 2 2 2 10 10 20 AWG Stranded Conductor (7x28) UL AWM Style 3239 (80°C) VW-1 Product Description Tinned copper.71 .4 5. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.

6.4 8. 6.048 1. c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire . 10 3. 8.0 3.3 2.8 2.5 152.2 2&10* .4 500 152.14 .U P & L E A D W I R E 3. 90°C Product Description Tinned copper.2 . 6. 10 2.H O O K . 10 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .144 3.66 10 3.29) 18 AWG Rubber Insulation 5000V.045 1. 80°C 8897 18 (65x36) . 10 2.0 1.4 500 152. Use test probe leads for electrical and electronic measuring for test equipment. 10 *Includes both Red & Black cable in one put-up.14 .5 .5 3. 9.6 2.B E L D E N .9 2. 9.4 304.000V Part No. Suggested Working Voltage: 5000V Breakdown Voltage: 20. 5.8 2. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. 10 2. 10 . 8. b e l d e n . 5. separator. 18 AWG PVC Insulation UL AWM Style 1855 (5000V.9 3. 4.23 Test Prod Wire 18 AWG Rubber Insulation 5000V. 10 7.1 • w w w . 5. 80°C 9899 18 (65x36) . 9.8 0 0 . 10 1. 90°C 8899 18 (65x36) . 9. Manufactured for MIL-W-13169B.8 .3 25 7.045 1.66 100 500 1000 30.4 5.0 14 4. 8. 10 3.4 U-1000 U-304.0 15. PVC insulation.144 3. Suggested Working Voltage: 5000V 18 AWG PVC Insulation (UL) UL AWM Style 1855 • 5000V.2 7. 80°C Product Description Tinned copper.5 8.1 2.66 U-500 U-152.6 100 30.3 2. 5.22 .5 U-500 U-152. 4. 10 6.0 2.0 . rubber insulation.8 1000 304. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Suggested Working Voltage: 5000V Breakdown Voltage: 20.144 3.5 13.9 2. 80°C) Product Description Tinned copper.5 8. AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.000V 18 AWG Rubber Insulation 5000V. 4.9 2.3 8.9 2. 10 18 AWG Rubber Insulation 5000V. rubber insulation.5 16.

8 7.0 7.4 2.05 . rubber insulation. Part No. AWG (stranding) [sq.000V.H O O K . 10 24 AWG Rubber Insulation 1000V.20 1.229 5.5 152.29) 18 AWG Rubber Insulation 10.24 Test Prod Wire and Gas Tube Sign and Ignition Cable 18 AWG Rubber Insulation 10.4 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.48 .100 2. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 10.54 [.5 37. 105°C (UL) • 10kV (CSA) UL and CSA Type GTO-10 39018 18 (19x30) . 10 2.6 30. b e l d e n . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. Minimum length of any one piece is 200 ft.5 .5 152. it is available with either a flat black (color code 10) or dark gray (color code 876) exterior.mm] (stranding in mm) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft. AWG (stranding) Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft. Unshielded. 876 10 †May contain more than one piece.066 1. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3. 10 2. 105°C (CSA Type GTO-10 — 10kV) Product Description GTO cables are single conductors for use with gas-tube systems for signs.10 2.000V.4 1. rubber insulation. Stranded tinned copper conductor F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .019 .4 304.8 24. kg Stock Colors (See Color Codes Chart on Page 3.000V Part No.1 • w w w .9 16. ††May contain more than one piece. separator.0 54. 10 2. 876 10.088 2.24 . c o m .000V 24 AWG Rubber Insulation 1000V. GTO-10 lead wire has an 18 AWG stranded tinned copper conductor and is insulated with a chemically cross-linked ethylene-propylene diene elastomer.0 . Suggested Working Voltage: 10.000V Breakdown Voltage: 29.8 457.68 25 100 500 7. 90°C • Miniature 8890 24 (45x40) .7 3.3 16. 90°C • Miniature Product Description Tinned copper.8 0 0 .25)] .6 30.5 16.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.B E L D E N .29) 10kV. 90°C Product Description Tinned copper.1 . outline lighting or interior lights and for use with oil-burning equipment in accordance with the National Electrical Code.247 6. Suggested Working Voltage: 1000V Breakdown Voltage: 10.27 500 † 1000 †† 1500 †† 152.82 25 100 500 7. 90°C 8898 18 (65x36) .96 (19x.8 1.3 2. 10 Gas Tube Sign and Ignition UL GTO-10 — 10kV. 10 2.

2 .9 29.9 8055 30 1615 492.2 23. Single Beldsol Solderable J-W-1177/9 • MW 28-C (Single) 8049 18 100 30. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.1 . This wire is rated by IEEE tests for 270°F usage and will solder without insulation removal at 750°F.1 . Part No.4 1.7 1.7 1.0 571 894 1406 2200 3481 5446 8409 12996 20736 32400 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 . Its top coat is an amide-imide polymer.6 8057 8058 34 36 4060 6400 1237.1 1.5 . Approximate Length AWG Ft.2 133. Its base coat is a cross-linked.7 1.2 .5 .3 8056 32 2515 766.5 . b e l d e n .5 .2 .5 8081 30 3140 957.1 8053 26 645 196.1 1.5 1950.9 36.5 .2 .2 28.4 86.4 1.5 14.1 .7 .5 8085* 38 19300 5882.2 .2 .9 37. Rated for 200°C usage.0 1.5 8079 26 1260 384.7 114.8 8051 22 254 77. Single Beldsol Solderable Half Pound Spool Product Description Beldsol Magnet Wire is a dual insulated Magnet Wire that combines the excellent dielectric characteristics of polyurethane and the known toughness and solvent resistance of a nylon overcoat.5 8075 18 199 60.7 55.5 8080 28 1990 606.B E L D E N .1 .1 • w w w .7 1.2 .1 .9 59.H O O K . kg Turns per Linear Inch Turns per Square Inch *8085 is a single coat of modified polyester insulation and made to NEMA MW 74-C (Heavy).5 46.1 .5 8050 20 160 48.9 18.7 69.5 .2 .8 91.8 1.6 8054 28 1020 310.6 1.5 8083 34 7860 2395.0 222 346 538 835 1296 1998 3102 4816 7430 17716 42436 .U P & L E A D W I R E 3.2 .5 8077 22 501 152. c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire Class 200 J-W-1177/14 • MW 35-C (Heavy) or MW 74-C (Heavy) 8073 14 80 24.1 .0 44.1 .8 0 0 .6 23.1 .1 . modified polyester.5 8074 16 126 38.0 73.5 8078 24 793 241.5 .5 8076 20 315 96.0 144.25 Magnet Wire Class 200 One Pound Spool Product Description Belden® high-temperature Class 200 Magnet Wire is dual coated.1 . Belden Class 200 Magnet Wire has exceptional ability to resist solvents and abuse in difficult windings.5 .4 8052 24 404 123.1 206.5 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 180.

7 .139 3.53 1000 304.0 48000 24. AWG (stranding) Standard Lengths Ft.9 3.1 5.2 76. Approx.37 8663 38.8 27. c o m .2 76.2 76.2 15.500 12.5 2.0 7600 3.1 6.4 (480x30) tinned 50 250 50 250 50 250 50 250 * 50 250 * 50 250 * 10 50 250 * 15.56 8661 46.85 .8 2.2 15.2 15.3 3. Suggested Working Voltage: 600V Part No.7 20.0 8.9 4.16 8669 62.74 .1 • w w w .1 1.6 (576x34) tinned 3.2 76.2 2.40 .U P & L E A D W I R E 3.7 3.9 (336x34) tinned 6.3 .60 .750 19.0 6700 3.0 13300 6.0 4800 2.26 Shielding and Bonding Cable and Direct Burial Cable Roadway Loop Cables Braided Wire Part No.18 8668 36.70 8662 80.H O O K .0 22900 11.219 5.92 .2 3.125 3.2 76. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. Minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.0 41.0 1.5 4.2 15.81 — — .3 (192x34) tinned 8.032 . Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Standard Lengths Ft.32 .1 9.0 15.3 (96x34) tinned 13.2 76.3 1. kg Stock Colors 14 AWG Stranded Conductor (104x34) 80°C 9438 .3 (120x34) tinned 11.9 (168x34) tinned 11.0 2.8 1.2 7.0 3800 1.1 . kg Recommended Current (Amps) Approximate Circular Area CMA mm 2 Nominal ID Tubular Inch mm Braided Wire 8660 14.2 . due to pliable nature of braided cables. b e l d e n .2 15.1 18. Direct Burial 14 AWG Stranded Conductor (104x34) Product Description Tinned copper conductor. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.2 Black F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Black high-density polyethylene insulation.43 .84 8670 145.8 18.3 1.8 0 0 .172 4.203 5.4 11.3 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .B E L D E N .05 (Flat Width) Note: Dimensions shown are approximate.0 3.2 76.9 9.781 19.5 5. *May contain more than one piece.

0 .26 .10 .20 1.33 .8 30.9 .25 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .15 3.H O O K .66 2. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.65 .8 30.065 .021 .8 1.0 .84 1.40 . kg Nominal OD Inch mm Circular Area CMA mm 2 Bus Bar Wire 8025 8024 8023 8022 8021 8020 8019 8013 8012 8011 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 1000 100 30.5 304.33 .4 .5 .U P & L E A D W I R E 3.10 .9 8.5 304.10 .50 .8 30.4 3.0 1. Antenna and Aluminum Ground Wire Bus Bar Wire Product Description Made in accordance with the performance requirements of Federal Spec.4 .8 9.1 • w w w .00 .50 .8 .033 .5 304.6 5. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. Belden® can certify upon special request compliance to the performance requirements of QQ-W-343S_S1T.1 1.3 13. QQ-W-343G. Standard Package Lengths AWG Ft.5 304.27 Bus Bar.3 .8 0 0 .010 .03 1. 8 (solid) 50 500 15.5 .31 1.041 .13 .70 .05 .0 .40 4. AWG Standard Lengths Ft.8 30.48 Antenna Wire Product Description Part No.1 1.5 304.11 102 164 262 424 650 1056 1648 2673 4251 6872 .90 .93 Aluminum Ground Wire Aluminum Ground Wire 8018 Product Description 8 AWG solid.50 .016 . soft annealed aluminum.0 .40 1. Solid tinned copper.22 .0 2.2 1.013 .5 30.5 304.8 30. b e l d e n .05 .9 .0 .52 1.083 .8 30.8 30.08 .20 2.0 . c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire .5 14.05 .128 3. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .076 1.5 304.8 30.2 152.052 .5 304.54 .83 1.2 2.5 6.4 3.B E L D E N .41 .5 304.026 .50 .52 .0 .5 304. Spools are marked every 100 feet for easy measuring.060 . Packaged in ten 50-foot connected coils or spools of 500 feet. Part No. kg Nominal OD Inch mm Antenna Wire Stranded bare copper-covered steel.05 .8 30.1 1.70 6.0 .35 2. 8002 8000 16 (7x24) 14 (7x22) 100 100 1000 30.

Hypalon insulation has excellent heat resistance. c o m . The tables on the following pages are offered as a guide to assist users in selecting the correct lead wire for their application. the bare copper wires are stranded. contact Belden Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1. However. however. It has good insulation and dielectric strength. (Other slip coats are available at additional cost. does not exude oils or waxes. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . and if possible. The glass braid provides additional abrasion resistance and is treated to prevent fraying. clothes dryers. oxidation.H O O K . Recommended for high-temperature applications in motors. which it replaces in some applications. Hypalon and Teflon are DuPont trademarks. EPDM EPDM (ethylene-propylene diene elastomer) is a chemically cross-linked elastomer with excellent flexibility at high and low temperatures (+150°C to -60°C). and electrical properties.8 0 0 .) Because most cleaning processes will remove these coatings from the EPDM lead wire. heat. EPDM is compatible with most varnishes. This allows for easier wire stripping with no re-twisting operation. sunlight and flame. sometimes tearing the insulation. transformers. gasoline. Neoprene Neoprene insulation has good heat aging characteristics and is an excellent low-cost motor lead wire.28 Technical Information Conductor and Insulation Materials The technical information provided in this section has been expanded to include additional graphs and supplementary data as an aid in specifying the hook-up and lead wire best suited to the needs of a particular application. stoves. alcohol. solvents. stoves. After the dip and bake cycle.B E L D E N . the bake/varnish process and varnish used always be checked. resists oil. unlike some rubber insulations. and ozone. XL-Dur is highly desirable for a wide variety of applications. controls. cleaning EPDM lead wire before using in the process is not recommended. it is recommended that the compatibility between the individual lead wire size. The colors are bright and remain distinct after processing. To help this problem. It may be considered for use in hazardous locations and is being used in explosion-proof motors recognized by UL. Teflon is generally restricted to applications requiring its special characteristics because its basic resin and processing costs are relatively high. alkalis. acids. do not allow any varnish to extend beyond a point where the lead wire will be flexed or bent.U P & L E A D W I R E 3. In this type of construction. the varnish cracks. It is recommended that varnish compatibility be checked before production. Some rigid varnishes may cause cracking when the wire is severely bent. then tinned to coat the strands and also to fill in the interstices between strands. Conductors Uni-Strand® Uni-Strand tinned copper conductor. Because of its excellent physical and electrical properties. panels. Hypalon® This insulation is chlorosulfonated polyethylene. Recommended for high-temperature applications in motors. Teflon is especially suitable for internal wiringsoldering applications where insulation melt back is a specific problem. the varnish tends to adhere to the insulation because EPDM. As the lead wires are pulled apart for termination or flexed. color stability and electrical properties. EPDM also has better cut-through resistance than Silicone rubber. Teflon® Teflon is a fluorinated thermoplastic with outstanding thermal. They have excellent resistance to ozone. water. It has excellent physical and mechanical strength properties. aromatic hydrocarbons and solvents. switchboards. lighting fixtures. If you require additional technical information. and electronic devices. and also in their ability to remain flexible at low temperatures. fluorescent ballasts and fixtures. rectifiers and electronic circuits. physical. a stearic solution is applied to the lead wire during the manufacturing process. Applications include motors. b e l d e n . chemically cross-linked polyethylene. XL-Dur® XL-Dur is a lead wire insulation utilizing thermoset. therapeutic. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Meets VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test in many cases. many varnishes may still bond to the insulation unless other special coatings are applied. Silicone Rubber — Glass Braid The Silicone insulation strips clean and easy. therapeutic and electronic devices. Belden Teflon wire products are highly recommended for miniature cable applications because of their superior thermal and electrical properties. Silicone Rubber Braidless Silicone lead wire features easy and clean stripping without the problems associated with glass braid lead wire. Due to the above. as well as excellent abrasion resistance and mechanical properties. clothes dryers. lighting fixtures. Belden wiring products insulated with Teflon are outstanding in their resistance to oil.1 • w w w . Insulation Materials PVC Vinyl plastic insulation is fast stripping.

c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .B E L D E N .1 • w w w . c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire 90°C 80°C 105°C 105°C 105°C 125°C 150°C 125°C 150°C 150°C 200°C 150°C 200°C 150°C 200°C 260°C 300/600 300 600 300/600 300 600 600 600 600 300 600 600 600 300 300 300 Good Good–Excellent Good–Excellent Good Good Good Good Fair–Poor Fair–Poor Fair Fair Fair Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good–Excellent Good–Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Poor Poor Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Good Fair–Good Fair–Good Fair–Good Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Excellent Excellent Excellent .8 0 0 . Price and delivery information is available upon request.U P & L E A D W I R E 3. Orders must be in multiples of standard packages. Color Combination Color No. Color Combination Color No. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Color Combination 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Brown Red Orange Yellow Green Light Blue Purple Gray White Black Tan Pink 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Dark Blue White/Black White/Red White/Green White/Yellow White/Blue White/Brown White/Orange White/Gray White/Purple White/Black/Red White/Black/Green 25 26 27 28 29 30 189 620 876 B02 White/Black/Yellow White/Black/Blue White/Black/Brown White/Black/Orange White/Black/Gray White/Black/Purple Green/Yellow Green/min. b e l d e n .29 Technical Information Insulation Characteristics and Color Codes Table 1: Insulation Characteristics Insulation Temperature Rating UL Voltage Rating (Volts) Oil Resistance Ozone Resistance Abrasion Flame Resistance Neoprene PVC Hypalon® XL-Dur® Cross-Linked Polyethylene EPDM Silicone Rubber Silicone Rubber Glass Braid Teflon® Table 2: Lead Wire Color Code Chart Color No.H O O K . Hypalon and Teflon are DuPont trademarks. 30% Yellow Nickel Gray Purple Non-Stock Colors: Non-stock colors and stripes of catalog items are available in minimum quantities.

00 1.91 .73 . such as formed by a compartment.00 . Silicone 200°C Silicone 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1 1/0 2/0 3/0 4/0 6 8 14 18 25 30 40 55 75 95 110 130 150 170 195 225 260 7 9 15 19 29 36 46 64 81 109 129 143 168 193 229 263 301 8 10 16 20 31 39 50 69 87 118 139 154 181 208 247 284 325 9 13 17 22 34 43 55 76 96 120 143 160 186 215 251 288 332 10 15 20 25 36 45 60 83 110 125 152 171 197 229 260 297 346 31 – 35 36 – 40 41 – 45 46 – 50 51 – 55 56 – 60 61 – 70 71 – 80 81 – 90 91 – 100 101 – 120 121 – 140 141 – 160 161 – 180 .87 .30 Technical Information Current Carrying Capacity Table 3: Lead Wire Current Carrying Capacity AWG 90°C Neoprene.87 .85 .82 . Hypalon® 125°C ® XL-Dur.8 0 0 .90 . Correction Factors for Table 4 Number of Conductors Reduction Percentage Current carrying capacity of not more than three (3) conductors in a raceway.76 .76 .90 .00 1.93 .00 1. The values (amperes) shown in this table are maximum at an assumed ambient room temperature of 30°C (86°F).95 .94 .97 .58 .B E L D E N . b e l d e n . Hypalon is a trademark of DuPont.96 . tubing.94 .71 .74 . the values shown in Table 3 are MAXIMUM for a single conductor in free air.90 .00 .00 . SIS 105°C Vinyl. For actual use temperatures above an ambient temperature of 30°C. conduit or cable. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . XL-Dur.1 • w w w . XL-Dur. Silicone 200°C Silicone How to Use The choice of an appropriate conductor. usually depends on one or more factors which vary according to application. Table 4: Current Carrying Capacity of 2 or 3 Conductors AWG 90°C Neoprene.) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . with respect to current carrying capacity. temperature rise of equipment. or a bundle of wires.41 — — — — — — 1. Hermetic 150°C EPDM. the values given in Table 4 must be reduced using the above percentages. conduit or cable. These factors include the temperature in which the lead wire operates.38 — — — — 1. reduce the maximum ampacity by use of correction factor in Table 5 to correct the values in Table 3 and Table 4. Hypalon 125°C XL-Dur. based on ambient temperature of 30°C.87 .52 . SIS 105°C Vinyl. For these reasons it is not practical to provide a general chart showing the current carrying capacity of Lead Wire for all conditions.53 .U P & L E A D W I R E 3. limitations of insulation.71 .54 .87 .61 .79 .67 . and location of wires as in free air or enclosed.95 .64 .00 1.94 . (Example: The ampacity for 7 through 9 conductors = 70% of the the value(s) shown in Table 4. c o m . Hermetic 150°C EPDM.80 .65 . 4 thru 6 7 thru 9 10 thru 20 21 thru 30 31 thru 40 41 and above 80% 70% 50% 45% 40% 35% If more than three (3) conductors are in a raceway.85 .24 — — — 1.83 .H O O K .97 . Accordingly.94 .93 .85 .30 — — 1. multiply the ampacities shown in Table 3 or Table 4 by the appropriate correction factor to determine the maximum allowable load current. 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1 1/0 2/0 3/0 4/0 10 13 18 24 35 40 55 80 105 140 165 190 220 260 300 350 405 11 14 20 26 39 51 67 90 121 160 180 215 247 286 329 380 446 12 15 22 28 42 55 72 97 131 172 194 232 266 309 355 410 481 14 18 24 31 46 60 80 106 155 109 214 255 293 339 390 451 529 16 21 28 35 54 68 90 124 165 220 252 293 344 399 467 546 629 Table 5: Correction Factors for Tables 3 & 4 Ambient Temperature (°C) Insulation Temperature Rating 90°C 105°C 125°C 150°C 200°C Values (amperes) shown in this table are maximum for a single conductor in free air with an assumed ambient room temperature of 30°C (86°F). voltage drop.00 .35 For ambient temperatures over 30°C.50 .80 .

Approval required by Underwriters Laboratories when using lead wire with a temperature rating more than 5°C under the system temperature rating.H O O K . c o m 3 • Hook-Up and Lead Wire . or 26x34 26x34 or 42x36 105x40 (3x35 Rope Lay)* solid or 7x30 solid or 7x32 solid or 7x34 7x30 or 19x34 7x34 or 10x34 7x34 19x34 or 26x36 19x36 or 45x40 7x34 or 10x36 (Consider Braid or Tinsel) Note: For a given AWG wire size (based on equal cross-sectional area of conductor).B E L D E N . 259x36 is 7 cords each consisting of 37 strands of #36 AWG Hypalon and Teflon are DuPont trademarks. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . The finer stranding does result in higher costs. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . limpness and flex life are increased by use of a large number of fine strands. 10x30. b e l d e n .8 0 0 . 19x32. Table 8: Conductor Configurations American Wire Gage Typical Application 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 Fixed Services Hook-Up Wire Cable in Raceway 19x25 solid or 19x27 solid or 19x29 Moderate Flexing Frequently Disturbed For Maintenance 65x30 19x27 or 41x30 19x29 or 26x30 solid or 7x26 or 16x30 16x30 or 41x34 Severe Flexing Microphone Test Prods Most Severe Duty Mercury Switches 165x34 104x34 259x36 (7x37 Rope Lay)* 168x36 (7x24 Rope Lay)* 65x34 or 104x36 105x36 (7x15 Rope Lay)* 41x34 or 65x36 63x36 (7x9 Rope Lay)* solid or 7x28 or 10x30 7x28. For example: #12 AWG.1 • w w w .31 Technical Information Temperature Ranges and Classifications Conductor Configurations Table 6: Nominal Temperature Operating Ranges (°C) -100° -80° -60° -40° -20° 0 20° 40° 60° 80° 100° 120° 140° 160° 180° 200° 220° 240° -30° -30° -60° -75° -75° -55° -35° -100° Neoprene Hypalon® EPDM 90°C 105°C 150°C 200°C 200°C 150°C 105°C Teflon® 260°C Silicone Braidless Silicone Braided Cross-Linked Polyethylene PVC Table 7: Temperature Classification Insulation System Class Minimum Acceptable Lead Wire Temperature Rating C° F° 130(B) 155(F) 180(H) 220(R) 90 125 150 200 194 257 302 392 Systems of Insulating Materials — UL Standard 1446 This is a guide intended for UL approved insulation systems connected to branch circuits of 600V or less. *Rope Lay is several stranded groups cabled together.U P & L E A D W I R E 3.

4 5.130 .5 2.8 0 0 . Weight of the wire may require another reel with dimensions identical to those shown.57 4.32 Technical Information Packaging Drums Conductor is available in three drum pack sizes: • The #15 Beldpak® is 15″ high and 23″ in diameter.61 .1 1.05 3.5 70 55 43 35 25 20 18 15 14 12 10 21.52 1.3 16.37 1748 1748 1748 1748 1747 1747 1746 1746 1746 1744 1744 1744 1744 1743 1743 1743 1743 1743 1743 1743 1733 15 /4 15 3/4 15 3/4 15 3/4 15 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 22 22 22 22 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 30 3 400 400 400 400 400 400 451 451 451 559 559 559 559 660 660 660 660 660 660 660 762 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 203 203 203 203 203 203 203 203 203 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 8 8 8 8 101/2 101/2 101/2 101/2 101/2 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 141/4 203 203 203 203 267 267 267 267 267 362 362 362 362 362 362 362 362 362 362 362 362 *Crate Reel numbers are Belden’s internal numbers.300 .150 .6 6.0 6.250 .1 6.180 .29 2.110 .120 .05 3.3 16.150 . They are representative only to the extent of the dimensions shown.46 .8 1.83 1.4 9.06 4.03 2.68 1.090 .5 7.5 5.0 1.400 .9 21.0 6.200 .08 6.350 .070 .70 13.U P & L E A D W I R E 3. OD of Wire Inch mm #15 Beldpak 1000′ km #31 Beldpak 1000′ km #42 Beldpak 1000′ km • • Price and delivery information is available upon request.090 .8 14.52 1. Crate Reels* Head Diameter Inch mm Barrel Diameter Inch mm Height Transverse Inch mm Inch mm Special Orders Orders for special packages must be placed for footage mentioned or for multiples for these quantities per color.0 5.83 1.52 1. c o m .37 .7 3.0 6.7 3.7 7.5 2.81 4.4 2.130 .0 8.52 1.1 5.97 15.100 .54 2.56 3.05 2.43 12.0 2.83 5. determined by AWG of wire.550 .35 7.89 10.160 .79 3.32 35 27 21 17 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 10.2 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .54 2. .2 10.0 1.160 . The #31 Beldpak is 301/2″ high and 23″ in diameter.120 .140 .140 .78 2.24 10.81 4.H O O K .5 4.B E L D E N .1 • w w w .0 5.9 4.5 4.5 1.79 3.0 3.080 .0 6.190 .37 2.600 2.500 .07 .83 1.8 13.100 .30 3. .7 8.170 .2 6.080 .44 1.98 1. The #42 Beldpak (pictured) is 42″ high and 23″ in diameter.170 1.76 .6 4.31 .7 2.03 2.62 8. b e l d e n .450 .1 5.0 5.0 85 70 55 48 40 34 30 20 18 16 14 25.3 3.29 2.06 4.110 .13 1.1 10.0 5.32 4.3 Reels OD of Wire Quantity 1000′ km Reel dimensions will vary by size.2 3.5 5.16 11.6 12. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .2 3.56 3.52 1.30 3.0 4.

2 Selection Guide: Shielded Computer Cables for RS-232 Applications 4.1 Table of Contents Multi-Conductor Cables Page No.7 22 and 18 AWG Non-Plenum 4.20–4.30 Fire Alarm Cable 4.22 Special Audio.9 Audio.22 . Control and Instrumentation Cables 4.16 26 and 24 AWG Non-Plenum.12 22 AWG Non-Plenum 4.27 Unshielded 4.8 Duplex Primary Wires 4.14 Audio. Introduction 4.10–4.24 Overall Foil/Braid Shield 4.21 Direct Burial Cables 4. Control and Instrumentation Cables 4.31 Unshielded 4.8 Power and Control Cables 4.25 High-Temperature Control & Instrumentation Cable 4.12 20 AWG Non-Plenum 4.2 Unshielded 4.32–4. Control and Instrumentation Cables 4.13 16 AWG Non-Plenum 4.22 Plenum-Rated Cable 4.19 Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications 4.5 16 AWG Non-Plenum 4.29 Overall Braid Shield: MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) 4.7 Antenna Rotor Control Cables 4.19 Overall Shield 4.14 Overall Braid Shield 4.15 MIL-Spec Communication & Instrumentation Cables 4.20 Data Cables for Molex SEMMCONN and AMP® SDL Connectors 4.34 4 Multi-Conductor Cables Please refer to “Terms of Use of Master Catalog” on page 22.12 18 AWG Non-Plenum & Plenum 4.13 Computer Cables for Synchronous EIA Interface 4. Control and Instrumentation Cables 4.28–4.3–4.10 Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications 4.4.17 22 AWG Non-Plenum 4.23–4.16 28 AWG Non-Plenum.6 14 AWG Non-Plenum 4. IEEE 488 4.16–4.15 Overall Foil/Braid Shield 4.5 18 AWG Non-Plenum & Plenum 4.7 20 and 16 AWG Non-Plenum 4.3 22 AWG Non-Plenum & Plenum 4.11 Audio. Low Capacitance 4.28 Overall Beldfoil Shield 4.13 Overall Braid and Special Shielding 4.16 28 AWG Non-Plenum 4.23 Overall Beldfoil Shield 4.3 20 AWG Non-Plenum 4.9 Overall Beldfoil ® Shield 4.16 24 AWG Non-Plenum 4.

sound. b e l d e n . Each of these cables is designed to protect signal integrity under critical conditions by reducing hum. 4. noise. Belden offers one of the broadest lines of UL Listed. and crosstalk. instrumentation. and data transmission.8 0 0 . insulation materials. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . control. Available: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 17 18 19 20 25 27 30 31 37 40 50 Capacitance ** (pF/ft.0 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . In fact. **Capacitance may vary on some cables. These cables meet the technical requirements of many different types of systems.B E L D E N . To assist you in selecting the proper cable for your application.0 ✓ ✓ 30. If you have a new or unusual application or you cannot find a multi-conductor cable in this catalog section that meets your technical requirements. Most of our multi-conductor cables are available from stock.1 • w w w . Applications for multi-conductor cables include computers. dimensions.0 12. The letter “U” before the specified put-up length denotes UnReel packaging.2 Introduction Selection Guide Belden® multi-conductor cables are manufactured in a wide variety of gage sizes. ✓ Cable Series* 9608 9533 9939 ✓ ✓ ✓ 4. audio.17 ✓ 4.11 ✓ 4.18 Insulation: Multi-Conductor Cables Packaging Belden’s unique UnReel® cable dispenser is available for many of the multi-conductor products listed in this section.) *All cables are UL-listed. c o m .19 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 65% Yes ✓ ✓ ✓ 65% No ✓ 65% No Yes ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 30. † Foam high density polyethylene. shielding configurations.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4. of Cond. NEC and CEC multi-conductor cables available from any single source. Shielded Multi-Conductor Computer Cables for RS-232 Applications Specifications Conductor Size: (AWG) 9925 28 24 22 20 18 Page No. contact Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1. communications. both the suggested working voltages and the maximum temperature ratings are indicated for each applicable product in this section. and jacketing materials including Plenum and High-Temperature versions.0 ✓ ✓ 35.M U L T I . S-R PVC Polyethylene Polypropylene Datalene® † Shield: Overall Foil Drain Wire Overall Foil/Braid Braid Coverage Drain Wire Overall: No. Many of these are available off the shelf from distributors.

8 43.178 4.1 6.1 3. Black Green. minimum length of any one piece is 1500 ft. Yellow.2 1.264 6.010 .0 30.7 14.8 7.5 152.4 9.46 .64 .0 30.010 .3 17.1 11.032 .8 304.82 9423 9 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.2 2.3 4.27 .5 8. Standard Lengths Ft.5 U-304.8 22.010 .4 U-304.010 .7 3.8 18. of Cond.9 8.25 .5 U-304. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 6.6 6.5 15.5 5.81 .8 44.1 • w w w . Red.4 11.0 U-304.91 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 8442* NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 *Twisted pair 2 For Plenum versions of 8442.2 5.185 4.022 .2 4.010 .5 2.8 14.0 22.6 7.3 8.32 .0 152.08 UL AWM Style 2094 (300V 60°C) 1242A NEC: CM CEC: CM 4 U-1000 U-304.5 4.2 10.4 8.214 5.0 150.032 .20 8456 10 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) . Control and Instrumentation Cables Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.6 9.4 21.4 16. Yellow Green.0 152.025 .0 152.5 3.0 U-304.2 10.0 304.018 .4 18.8 18.5 U-304.3 Unshielded Audio.200 5.6 .5 U-304. see 88442 or 82442.4 11.5 3.8 18.8 304.M U L T I .018 .4 19.0 26.0 304.4 U-304.8 10.4 9. see 88444 or 82444.8 6.8 15. (300V 60°C) CM Green CEC: CM UL AWM Style 2093 (300V 60°C) 8794 NEC: CM 3 Green.0 304.4 7.0 U-152. CM 4 U-500 U-1000 1000 U-152.170 4.5 152.25 .4 21.38 .8 23.032 .0 304.8 U-304. Black U-500 U-1000 1000 U-1000 1000 U-152.7 7.8 0 0 .7 U-152.0 30.8 34.4 .8 68.5 2.025 .010 .5 1.8 26.4 5.70 For Plenum versions of 8444.8 41.0 304.032 .46 . Red.015 .0 30.0 20.022 .56 . May contain two pieces.7 8.25 .229 5.172 4.93 9430 7 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) .64 .5 152.81 .8 15.0 10.0 9.5 20.25 .64 .018 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.2 8.8 10. UL AWM Style 2576 (150V 80°C) 8443 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 3 Black.032 .8 304. Green See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) .8 32.81 .2 U-152.25 .0 1.4 11.4 11.5 4.5 152. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .81 .0 304.1 U-152.46 .0 3048.37 8444 4 .6 19.0 17.B E L D E N .0 304.0 30. 8445 5 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) .52 UL AWM Style 2094 (300V 60°C) 9794 NEC: MP.244 6.4 U-152.5 U-304.018 .46 .032 .0 19.8 46. Yellow. Color Code 22 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled Polyethylene Insulation • Rose Gray PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2092 8795 NEC: 2 Red.8 25.8 11.1 9.168 4.81 .2 .0 25.0 152.56 .5 2. b e l d e n .4 13.5 U-152.4 23.4 13.4 6.3 10.4 17.194 4.0 304.44 9421 8 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) .81 .032 .025 .71 † Final put-up may vary -10% to +20%.25 .0 4. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables Black.7 U-152.9 .4 17.81 .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.0 21. Red.2 1.25 . Red 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 10000 † 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30.8 16.8 38.8 36.0 U-152.0 30.010 .9 1.0 7.4 22.5 U-304. Red.154 3.

010 .38 .5 87.4 55.0 2.7 23.5 152.25 .4 304.010 . c o m .1 48.5 72.5 U-152.4 Unshielded Audio. Green U-1000 † U-304. m (continued) Description Part No.315 8.4 62.8 9. Non-conduit 88442* NEC: 2 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 300V RMS.345 8.113 2.015 .00 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) .3 35.30 .102 2.14 .5 5.040 1.1 45.010 .8 .0 39.8 2.25 .4 U-1000 † U-304.5 11.006 .8 5.5 12.8 22.7 93. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 161.6 11.8 .6 25.387 9. b e l d e n .7 .5 152.25 .8 1000 † 304.272 6.56 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) .7 . White.010 .7 73.4 U-304.8 1000 † 304.121 3.15 . Red.8 206. Red 100 500 † 1000 † 30.8 109.0 4. Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS. Non-conduit 88444 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 4 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 500 1000 30.0 25.76 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 30.5 152.5 16.4 56.0 1.500 12.25 .3 7.07 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.006 .70 Black. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .012 . CMP Red CEC: CMP FT6 300V RMS.8 304.0 30.015 .5 304.9 9.5 152.006 .40 * Twisted Pair † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.02 .0 8.400 10.0 50.B E L D E N .040 1.02 .8 124.1 152.4 100.7 28.455 11.0 7. Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.0 15.0 52.6 3.6 152.38 .0 49.4 83. Standard Lengths Ft.4 304.02 . Red.M U L T I .1 22.8 0 0 .1 3. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.5 .032 .25 .040 1.5 304.1 7.5 11.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.1 32.7 4.0 304.0 2.15 .4 152.3 16.8 2.02 .5 5.5 8.25 . Color Code Standard Unit Weight Lbs.59 Black.87 U-500 † U-152.8 30.1 6.0 30.25 .16 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) .0 15.010 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2576 8457 NEC: (150V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8458 12 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) NEC: 15 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9431 NEC: 20 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8459 NEC: 25 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9432 NEC: 30 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9433 NEC: 40 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9434 NEC: 50 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS.25 .0 4.8 9.040 1.5 3.1 • w w w .0 304.81 .4 304.134 3.045 1.3 5. Non-conduit 82444 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 4 Black.040 1. of Cond.15 .02 .3 4. White.0 16.0 9.5 37.0 1.83 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) .0 .5 152.15 .010 .8 30.010 . Green 100 500 † 1000 † 30.0 152.010 .3 6.4 304. Non-conduit 82442* NEC: 2 Black.91 .5 26.006 .

8 131.4 60.02 .94 .4 4.8 23.8 30.8 7.389 9.89 .013 .1 35.5 8.2 32.7 10.314 7.9 4.033 .017 .9 17.0 19.33 .4 29.4 3.8 48.9 20.0 152.013 .013 .8 60.5 15.88 .0 U-152.5 32.032 .5 6.013 .7 27.2 12.017 .017 .4 24.9 13.5 13.317 8.8 175.2 20.040 1.257 6. .1 9.6 11.1 76. b e l d e n .0 30.032 . Color Code 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9444 NEC: (300V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9445 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 4 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 5 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 9439 7 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 9455 9 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.M U L T I .5 .4 304.5 7.6 152.5 Unshielded Audio.2 18.5 U-152.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.81 .94 .98 .2 2.8 304.0 304.0 33.0 304.8 9.4 152.2 26.53 For Plenum versions of 8489.5 304.4 51.5 152.8 30.8 30.81 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.013 .8 105.4 40.017 .16 .035 .9 21.239 6.8 304.1 40.0 304.0 30.5 304.045 1.4 40.2 15.43 .0 U-304.8 30.0 4.4 47.8 79.4 35.5 152.0 27.33 .89 .5 12. Control and Instrumentation Cables Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.0 16.5 U-152.8 11.7 26.25 .4 U-152.4 10.1 18.51 .14 .4 89.4 152.5 17.5 U-152.035 .0 30.43 .0 40.017 .46 .0 5.4 152.037 .9 12. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.33 .032 .8 2.217 5.0 2. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .3 5.3 76.032 .4 U-304.81 .0 2.2 20.0 1.0 30.0 7.05 9457 12 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) .6 .037 .338 8.07 . see 88489 or 82489.4 30.4 66. of Cond.02 .5 8.5 16.8 118.43 .0 88.0 152.33 .5 152.8 4.0 59.58 9458 15 (Tech Info Section) 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2598 8489 NEC: (300V 60°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 4 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 8465 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 5 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 8467 7 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 8469 9 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 8466 12 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 8468 15 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 100 250 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 250 500 1000 100 250 500 1000 100 250 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.282 7.412 10.43 .2 76.0 9.4 20.33 . c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables See Chart 2R 30.1 8.4 23.0 .5 38.6 79.33 .1 3.364 9.260 6.3 27.0 67.6 26.B E L D E N .040 1.5 53.0 30.5 5.500 12.9 152.4 U-304.43 .9 30.5 304.1 • w w w .0 51.43 .81 . Standard Lengths Ft.60 .8 58.8 30.017 .0 5.5 13.1 24.4 U-304.5 10.7 6.8 304.3 23.013 .5 152.70 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .84 .0 53.2 45.0 14.0 U-304.8 0 0 .5 76.5 14.8 46.4 304.5 152.5 304.

031 .18 . c o m .8 30.2 107.0 304.161 4. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .3 304.1 13.4 304.79 .411 10.9 .0 11.0 9.042 1.79 .0 125.8 277.612 15.8 30.2 73.79 .0 49. CEC: Red.0 53.5 152.045 1.031 .52 .0 27.0 22.0 29.5 361.79 .007 .0 27.0 20.694 17.36 .3 49.4 114.5 6. See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.14 .7 81.23 . Green 500† 1000† 152.4 304.4 139. of Cond.0 4.33 and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.14 .4 304.0 . Color Code Standard Unit Weight Lbs.52 .6 16.045 1.0 19.18 .79 .8 31.031 .5 152.93 .8 0 0 .5 109.065 1.0 33.0 6.63 .8 30.0 12.031 .2 45.0 181.0 5.6 13.065 1. Standard Lengths Ft.09 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82489 NEC: 4 Black. but length may vary ± 10% for spools and ± 5% for UnReel from length shown.042 1.5 152.8 42.4 65. m (continued) Description Part No.2 .0 24.17 PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 600V RMS 80°C 8620 — C(UL) FT4 VW-1 9620 — 4 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 5 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 8621 — 7 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 9721 — 8 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 9621 — 9 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 8622 — 12 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 8623 — 15 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 8624 — 19 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 9622 †Spools — 25 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.43 .52 .B E L D E N . Red.8 14.07 .8 30.4 304.533 13.4 62.5 143. Orange w/ Black Stripe 1000 304.6 142.65 .43 .740 18.045 1.007 .5 152. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2598 8619 NEC: 19 (300V 60°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9626 NEC: 25 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88489 NEC: 4 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.0 13.6 Unshielded Audio.1 • w w w .7 82.0 32. Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.5 152.45 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 30.54 Black.79 .4 304.69 — — .79 .1 7.0 40.8 42.8 1000† 304.0 94.0 480.017 .017 .627 15.9 44.4 304.1 217.5 251.4 101.32 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Cabled Wire (No Jacket) UL AWM Style 1007 9498 — 3 (300V 80°C) VW-1 Orange. CMP White.031 .1 .0 14.8 30.14 .2 152.045 1.3 57.8 30.1 13.0 236.8 30.496 12.55 .65 .8 198.5 29.014 .80 .031 .490 12. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .79 .3 152.170 4.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.0 17. CMP FT6 Green U-1000† U-304.44 .8 178.009 .M U L T I .5 29.0 122.027 .5 155.0 36.5 269.5 314.5 152.458 11.031 .5 152.9 90.8 30.5 63.879 22. Black.3 136.031 .5 20.2 .4 304. b e l d e n . White.54 .060 1.07 .376 9.2 12.060 1.4 304.4 304.0 126.5 152.0 14.60 .5 152.63 .0 88.14 .0 164.8 70.79 .031 .4 304.8 8.8 .060 1.243 6.

4 99.99 30 98 54 177 20 and 16 AWG Stranded (7x28 and 19x28) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket NEC Article 800 (90°C) 9686 NEC: CM 6: 3 Unshld 20 (7x28) 3 Unshld 16 (19x28) *Capacitance between conductors.4 CMG FT4 2 Unshld U-1000 U-304.295 7. b e l d e n . **Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield.0 19.236 5.0 58.065 1. Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.3 45. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 100 30. of Cond.4 76. Blue.7 Unshielded Audio.65 .8 197. 18 (16x30) White 1000 304.8 149.0 100.5 9.824 20. Standard Lengths Ft.2 152.1 89.5 18. Communication and Instrumentation Cables Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.8 21. Green.8 454.8 255.5 304.5 13.573 14.5 .045 1.0 30.1 .55 8628 — 7 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 30.33 .0 206. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.14 .6 20.8 Black.012 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.010 21. Red.045 1.30 .1 • w w w .81 .M U L T I .48 .490 12.4 .060 1.81 .0 152.032 .1 304. ** pF/ m PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2576 8446 NEC: 6: Red.8 4.5 14.45 9623 — 5 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) . Purple Black. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables 22 and 18 AWG Stranded (7x30 and 16x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled .5 44.14 .045 1.6 .B E L D E N . (150V 80°C) CMG U-500 U-152.623 15.7 67.5 4 Unshld Brown.9 11.8 41.7 .045 1.4 128.0 115. Color Code 14 AWG Stranded (19x27) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 600V RMS 80°C 8627 — VW-1 4 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.8 304.8 152.4 32. of Cond.14 .019 43.52 .5 9.4 Blue CEC: 22 (7x30) 500 152. Green.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.5 23.14 .52 .82 8629 — 12 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) . Control.060 1.0 6.8 0 0 .5 304.3 34.93 Description UL NEC/ Part C(UL) CEC No.7 2. Type No.1 .1 152.0 18.14 .8 30. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.032 .25 .4 222.49 20 30 66 98 36 54 118 177 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .045 1.6 8.013 . Yellow U-500 U-152. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.

Color Code AWG (stranding) Antenna Rotor Cables Stranded Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9405 NEC: 8 (300V 80°C) CM VW-1 Black.7 . Red 16 (19x29) 14 (19x27) 12 (19x25) 10 (19x23) 500 152.46 . c o m . Blue.4 U-304.024 .019 .4 51.400 10.168 4.58 .B E L D E N .76 UL AWM Style 2576 (150V 80°C) VW-1 8448 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8 2@18 (16x30) 6@22 (7x30) U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.3 41.5 10.6 22.61 .0 25.25 . Red Brown. Standard Lengths Ft.290 7.8 304.50 Duplex Primary Wire Stranded Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Parallel PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 75°C 8677 — 2 VW-1 8675 — 2 Brown.5 49. White Red.81 . Green.72 x x .0 23.0 5.023 .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.66 .8 25.33 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.58 Security/Audio/Power Limited Controls Cable Stranded Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Parallel PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 200V RMS 75°C 8484 — 4 VW-1 Black.8 304.0 50.58 8673 — 2 500 152. Green. Brown. White Brown.8 47.81 .149 3.0 92.225 5.27 x x .M U L T I .025 .018 .4 152. Red. Red Brown.1 .345 8. Red. of Cond.4 — — — — . Yellow.254 6. Red Brown.031 .7 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 8.4 152.37 .4 11. Blue.022 .0 21. Orange 2@16 (19x28) 6@18 (16x30) 500 1000 152. Yellow. White 20 (7x28) U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.177 4.1 • w w w .48 .4 .48 .186 4. Security/Audio Systems and Duplex Primary Wire UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.5 14.026 . Green Black.8 .16 500 152.8 .5 12.0 25.4 304.7 5.022 .56 8678 — 2 500 152.8 12.64 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Orange.7 10.328 8.4 U-304.78 x x . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 11.4 32.023 .2 22.032 .72 x x .8 0 0 .56 . b e l d e n .032 .45 .9 11.259 6.8 Unshielded Antenna Rotor Control Cables.4 18.019 .4 23.010 .5 24.79 .

5 29.4 152.084 2.4 22.8 .3 152.8 201.0 144.6 14.76 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 30.8 288.033 .033 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .720* 18.033 .9 304.862 21. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .5 48.1 304.033 .838 .0 6.0 105.4 73.787 19.5 304.4 65.100 2.4 30.9 91.5 75.0 194.506 12.8 318.5 39. b e l d e n .6 13.838 .8 30.29 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) .99 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 30.4 45.54 .29 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) .1 • w w w .8 0 0 .0 304.3 .8 152.54 .100 2.0 30.89 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .M U L T I .85 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 1000 .5 17.100 2.0 8.54 .8 143.5 152.033 .0 130.3 .4 165. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.B E L D E N .11 .720 18.033 .54 . Standard Lengths Ft.5 18.100 2.13 .838 .4 233.5 68.0 152.0 33.9 Unshielded Power and Control Cables Rubber and Oil-Resistant Rubber SO Cables UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.4 101.083 2.8 428.838 .838 .4 150.838 . Color Code 16 AWG Stranded (65x34) Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled with Fillers • Paper Tape Separator EPDM Rubber Insulation • Black Oil-resistant 600V RMS 60°C 9420 UL: 5 CSA FT2 SO CSA: SO 9422 UL: 7 SO CSA: SO 9424 UL: 9 SO CSA: SO 9425 UL: 12 SO CSA: SO 9427 UL: 16 SO CSA: SO 9429 UL: 20 SO CSA: SO EPDM = Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer *Fillers added in the center Rubber Jacket See 100 Chart 2 500 (Tech Info 1000 Section) 30.5 13. of Cond.581 14. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 32.3 304.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.

0 32.3 44.10 Overall Beldfoil® Shield Computer Cable for Synchronous EIA Interface Description Part No. Color Codes Cond.9Ω/km Individual: 65 78% — — 20.0Ω/M′ 144.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4. Shield Nominal Capacitance Nom. No. DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. Standard Lengths of C(UL) CEC Cond. Datalene insulation features include a low dielectric constant and a low dissipation factor for high-speed.1 • w w w . of pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ (Ω) Prop. kg Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal DCR Cond. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. * * ** ** Imped. Type Ft. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Ft. **Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield.M U L T I .8 0 0 . Nom. low-distortion data handling. c o m . Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight. Vel. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Color Black w/ Blue Shield Brown w/ Blue Shield Red w/ Blue Shield Orange w/ Blue Shield Blue w/ Blue Shield Yellow w/ Blue Shield Natural w/ Blue Shield Black w/ Red Shield Brown w/ Red Shield Red w/ Red Shield Orange w/ Red Shield Blue w/ Red Shield Yellow w/ Red Shield Natural w/ Red Shield F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . b e l d e n . m 28 AWG Stranded (7x36) TC Conductors • Individually and Overall Beldfoil Shielded (100% Coverage) • 28 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wires Datalene® Insulation • Gray PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2384 9868 NEC: 14 1000 (30V 60°C) CM 304.01 64.5 67.2 . UL NEC/ No. m Ft.7Ω/km Z-Fold® Individually Beldfoil shielded conductors are isolated from adjacent shields and each has a 28 AWG stranded TC drain wire.2Ω/M′ 59.394 10.B E L D E N .4Ω/km Overall: 18.9Ω/M′ 212.8 71.

8 30.M U L T I .4 152.81 .8 168.0 54.032 .4 65.0 1.81 .032 .010 .45 30 98 55 180 *Capacitance between conductors.81 .0 11.032 .0 20.010 .8 30.8 30.184 4.010 .490 12.65 30 98 55 180 .4 U-304.5 37.3 .6 6.8 304.430 10.010 .0 29.2 8.0 34.0 39.0 38.032 .4 U-304.8 30.31 33 108 65 213 .0 22.4 16.14 .032 .4 304.032 .0 11.0 3.5 U-152.5 U-152.5 10.8 304.7 6.5 18.2 9.0 11.0 4.9 8.81 .11 33 108 65 213 .4 2.5 U-152.67 33 108 65 213 .5 29.6 5.010 .010 .244 6.4 304.0 29.1 • w w w .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.5 69.4 U-304.4 5.045 1.010 .0 59.4 7.4 U-304.1 31.3 15.8 130.2 1.0 1.3 19.189 4.25 .3 13.380 9. Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .81 .8 102.81 . b e l d e n .0 30.25 .8 304.284 7.032 .0 3.040 1.244 6.5 12.11 Overall Beldfoil® Shield Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.032 .3 34.010 152.4 152.8 304.4 U-304.31 33 108 65 213 .4 .4 U-304.0 23.92 30 98 55 180 .0 4.032 .25 .5 13.5 25. Cond.2 17. ** pF/ m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9533 NEC: 3 See 100 (300V 80°C) CMG Chart 1 U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9534 NEC: 4 See 100 CMG Chart 1 U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9535 NEC: 5 See 100 CMG Chart 1 U-500 (Tech Info 500 CEC: Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9536 NEC: 6 See 100 CMG Chart 1 U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9537 NEC: 7 See 100 CMG Chart 1 U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9538 NEC: 8 See 100 CMG Chart 1 U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9539 NEC: 9 See 100 CMG Chart 1 U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9540 NEC: 10 See 100 CMG Chart 1 U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9541 NEC: 15 See 100 CMG Chart 2R U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 9542 NEC: 20 See 100 CMG Chart 2R U-500 CEC: (Tech Info 500 Section) CMG FT4 1000 9543 NEC: 25 See 100 CMG Chart 2R 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9544 NEC: 30 See 100 CMG Chart 2R 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9545 NEC: 40 See 100 CMG Chart 2R 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9546 NEC: 50 See 100 CMG Chart 2R 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 TC = Tinned Copper 30.2 13.0 18.4 U-304.9 9.8 0 0 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Part of C(UL) CEC No.0 56.8 304.010 .B E L D E N .5 U-152.0 17.6 15.25 .81 .010 .25 .25 .3 2.3 4.20 30 98 55 180 .0 76.8 30.7 7.4 304.0 15.0 8.2 16.25 .0 304.4 U-304. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .7 1.339 8.0 22.0 37.8 17.5 U-152.25 .7 9.0 5.4 51.2 20.0 10.8 2.5 U-152.81 .010 .010 .3 4.5 10.0 3.0 7.0 32.25 .5 28.8 30.7 24.7 6.25 .0 18.5 9.0 5.1 7.0 38.61 30 98 55 180 30.4 152.5 5.5 21.040 1.4 152.0 86.4 152.4 152.8 304.4 81.5 12.7 12.0 30. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 6.8 304.81 .3 4.0 8.6 14.7 12.2 13. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.4 10.4 5.9 27.010 152.7 15.314 7.5 6.8 30.8 16.0 35.98 30 98 55 180 .162 4.5 U-152.0 3.5 U-152.0 3.5 27.8 304.4 152.25 .2 1.4 U-304.5 U-152.4 152.8 14.7 44.8 30.032 .25 .4 152.0 13.5 16.0 1.8 30.010 152.209 5.4 152.1 .21 30 98 55 180 .1 8. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0 36.25 .4 3.8 30.02 .224 5.9 17.4 1.81 .25 .032 .209 5.3 30.7 .5 304.81 .80 33 108 65 213 .5 23.20 30 98 55 180 .8 304.5 U-152.2 4.2 12.0 46.02 .5 152.0 .69 33 108 65 213 .

Control and Instrumentation Cables Non-Plenum UL NEC/ No. b e l d e n .020 .5 9.8 304.9 10000 † 3048.05 23 75 41 134 22 AWG Stranded (19x34) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 23 and 25 AWG Drain Wires†† Polyethylene Insulation • White PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2094 8729 NEC: 4 Black.5 .8 23.4 152.4 12.8 24.1 32.0 10.5 CM U-1000 U-304.4 U-304.0 9.0 14.41 .033 .0 4.8 0 0 .4 12.218 5. 250 76. U-500 (300V 60°C) CM Red. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. †Final put-up may vary -10% to +20%.4 U-304.0 7.0 10. U-500 (300V 75°C) CM.0 5.0 17.199 5.4 152. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Brown PVC Jacket 300V RMS 9770 NEC: 3 Black.0 14.41 . U-152. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.8 304.2 6. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Cond. CL3 Red.7 .1 Shorting Fold .B E L D E N .84 .257 6. U-500 U-152. 500 CEC: White U-1000 CM 1000 Z-Fold® U-152.4 47.53 22 72 42 138 has three 23 AWG solid and one 25 AWG stranded tinned copper-coated steel drain wires.016 16.41 .8 16.0 21.4 U-304.0 18. May contain two pieces. **Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield.3 2.8 .20 . minimum length of any one piece is 1500 ft. U-1000 CM Clear 1000 Z-Fold® †† 8729 U-152.033 .68 32 105 60 197 Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2093 8771 NEC: 3 Black.3 .5 .008 4.145 3.1 8.54 27 89 51 167 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 304. c o m .4 1000 304. Part of C(UL) CEC No.0 109. U-500 CM Red.84 .0 20.1 .4 152.0 7.0 240.8 9.2 7. 500 CEC: Clear U-1000 CM 1000 Z-Fold® TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.12 Overall Beldfoil® Shield Audio.4 . Type Standard Lengths Ft.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.5 CEC: Clear 500 152.51 .0 10.3 31. 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2093 8772 NEC: 3 Black.1 • w w w . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.M U L T I .016 21.051 1.30 .8 23.8 45. 500 CEC: Green.0 5.016 (300V 60°C) CM Red.

4 152.8 31. Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket (-70°C to +200°C) 82418 NEC: 4 Black. length 1500 ft. White. Min. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.245 6.327 8. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 18 AWG Stranded (16x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2093 8770 NEC: 3 Black. CMP FT6 Green 36. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Part of C(UL) CEC No.018 (300V 60°C) CM Red.5 2.033 .010 8.25 24 79 48 157 For Plenum version of 8770. 100 30.18 . †† Final put-up may vary -10% to +20%.6 (300V 80°C) CMG Green.4 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.8 16.246 6.5 CMG FT4 White U-1000 U-304.1 . ▲ Final put-up may vary 0 to -10%.0 CEC: Black. see 88770.46 .0 16. Cond.5 5.4 304.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.8 52. CMP White.1 16.007 18.0 16.3 26 85 50 164 Z-Fold® TC = Tinned Copper * Capacitance between conductors.3 CEC: Clear U-1000 U-304. 500 152.5 Shorting Fold .25 .3 .4 .2 11. Chemical Resistance: Gasoline and Oil.50 30 98 57 187 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.M U L T I .014 .0 14. 500 152.0 10000 †† 3048.79 . see 89418 or 82418. Red. U-500 U-152.8 CEC: Red.4 20. Chemical Resistance: Gasoline and Oil.0 17.161 4. Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ No.22 70 230 120 394 For Plenum versions of 9418.0 430. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.8 5.36 .1 .0 30.2 CM 1000 304.0 195.0 510. U-500 U-152.0 7.79 .1 • w w w . (-70°C to +200°C) 89418 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 4 Black. Green 100 500 † 1000 † 30.0 1000 304.031 .6 . Type Standard Lengths Ft.4 24. U-1000 ▲ U-304.031 32.5 14. Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket (-70°C to +200°C) 88770 NEC: 3 Black.4 18.014 .4 20.0 17. 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9418 NEC: 4 Red.007 32. May contain 2 pieces. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.5 .84 .4 304.47 30 98 63 207 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 18 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2107 8618 NEC: 3 Black.8 CMP White.2 10000 †† 3048. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .007 38.18 .014 .09 54 177 96 315 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.8 0 0 .13 Overall Beldfoil® Shield Audio.36 .8 38.6 .8 35.2 36.B E L D E N .1 .0 Z-Fold® 2. U-500 (300V 60°C) CL3 Red.8 40. † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.8 66.89 .0 14.3 . 500 Clear 1000 U-152.035 .5 152.2 . c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .5 9.0 8. b e l d e n . 1000 † 304. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.4 304.18 .36 .7 231.176 4.0 18. CEC: Red CMP FT6 500 1000 152.0 23.177 4.0 9.

3 304.0 5.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.014 .1 3.096 2.64 .4 304.015 21.006 1. b e l d e n .016 35.0 12.1 69.4 60.8 0 0 .0 10.0 6.8 23.5 .040 1.015 27.B E L D E N .022 44.81 .0 12.75 26 85 50 164 100 500 1000 30.032 . White Conductors cabled around textile strength member. White 500 U-1000 1000 152.0 54.025 .0 27.8 304. (300V 80°C) CM 1 Shld Red.025 .8 23.02 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .41 . ** pF/ m Description Color Code 30 AWG Stranded (7x38) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled around Textile Strength Member • Paper Separator • TC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 200V RMS 105°C 8643 — 3 Black. **Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield.0 20.8 7.4 .5 12.5 16. c o m .194 4.028 .14 Overall Braid and Special Shielding Audio.0 10.8 14.0 9.4 .0 46. Red.8 119.6 .260 6.5 76. Cond.2 1.3 3.4 U-304.71 .4 .4 U-304.93 — — 79 259 † Tinned copper braid shield over one conductor (80% coverage).1 • w w w .9 .0 31.016 152.305 7. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Part of C(UL) CEC No. CEC: White CMG FT4 500 U-1000 1000 152.56 .5 .44 25 82 43 141 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (70% Coverage) PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2095 8735 NEC: 3 Black. (300V 80°C) CMG Red.M U L T I .202 5.4 . 100 250 30.3 .1 . 2 Unshld White U-1000 1000 U-304.0 20.06 26 85 57 187 Combination Shielded/Unshielded • 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • TC Braid Shield (80% Coverage)† PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2785 8734 NEC: 3: Black. VW-1 Red. Overall Spiral Shield • 18 AWG Stranded (7x26) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Tinned Copper Spiral Wrap (80% Coverage) PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 450V RMS 80°C 8791 — 3 Black.3 .0 .3 27.38 .8 304.5 152.41 .38 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.60 47 154 84 276 TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.8 304.36 . Control and Instrumentation Cables Non-Plenum UL NEC/ No.64 .4 . Type Standard Lengths Ft.15 . * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.13 34 112 60 197 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) Tinned Copper Conductors • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9260 NEC: 6 See (300V 80°C) CMG Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 9261 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 12 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30.396 10.

27 .9 24.0 17.7 3.8 19.143 3.M U L T I .77 .51 .010 14.5 73.4 304.74 40 131 100 328 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) Tinned Copper Conductors • .4 304.71 58 190 101 331 9954 — 4†† .003″ (.8 30.9 3.8 30.33 49 161 84 276 9964 — 4†† .0 7.27 .30 .5 152.025 .8 30.0 4.025 .64 .8 .0 4.020 . Red. Red White.8 10.291 7.011 18. Red.0 8. Cond.010 .100 2.2 39.76mm) Clear Nylon Skin over Insulation • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) PVC Insulation • White PVC Jacket 600V RMS 105°C 9965 — 1 VW-1 9966 — 2 White White.4 304.8 30.0 8.004″ (.2 .0 13. Black.010 13. Black White.020 .4 304. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .012 . ** Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.5 6.0 10. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 5.5 3.5 152.4 304.010 .64 .15 Overall Braid Shield MIL-W-16878 (Type B) Conductors.1 .020 .011 14.5 152. Black.8 4.41 .2 4.5 152.9 1.51 .025 .010 10.0 3.004″ (. D.6 2.210 5.184 4.016 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Black White.B E L D E N .4 304.192 4. Black.5 152. Green 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 304.0 42.4 11.10mm) Clear Nylon Skin over Insulation • TC Braid Shield (90% Coverage) PVC Insulation • White PVC Jacket 600V RMS 105°C 9961 — 1 VW-1 9962 — 2†† White White.4 304.25 . Black.1 . † Manufactured to Government specifications: MIL-W-16878 Rev. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (19x34) TC Conductors • .7 19. Shielded and Jacketed † Communication and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ No.012 .7 33.011 9.7 34.9 1.5 . Black.3 1.9 1.6 19.1 2.30 .7 .1 • w w w . Type Standard Lengths Ft.0 5.5 4.27 .020 .35 — 57 — 138 453 187 95 312 9953 — 3†† .30 .4 304.51 . Black White.0 5.25 .25 .1 3.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.64 .5 6.5 .200 5.4 304.264 6.0 56. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 152.39 49 161 94 308 TC = Tinned Copper * Capacitance between conductors. Green 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 152.0 9.88 — 53 — 174 103 338 91 299 9963 — 3†† .250 6.5 2. †† Conductors cabled.8 30.6 29.012 .8 .3 .9 25.5 15. Black.6 29.0 4.8 30.109 2.8 0 0 .4 304.54 .025 .64 .27 .30 .5 152. Red White.0 10.010 .2 26.69 .25 .0 .0 22.8 30.0 13.1 2. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.176 4.1 8.51 .8 30. Part of C(UL) CEC No.012 .25 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft. Red White.011 11.5 .5 152. b e l d e n .8 30.08 42 138 69 226 20 AWG Stranded (19x32) Tinned Copper Conductors • .25 . Green 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 304.63 .67 45 148 88 289 .4 1.226 5.027 .5 152.10mm) Clear Nylon Skin over Insulation • TC Braid Shield (90% Coverage) PVC Insulation • White PVC Jacket 600V RMS 105°C 9951 — 1 VW-1 9952 — 2†† White White.47 — 52 — 171 100 328 87 285 9967 — 3†† 9968 — 4†† 2. Red.8 20.

9Ω/km 14.0 6. m Description Part No.2 29.75 64. Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.9Ω/km 20.225 5. b e l d e n . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. low-distortion data handling.8 .2Ω/km †28 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire IEEE 488 • 26 AWG & 24 AWG Stranded (7x34 & 7x32) TC Cond.3Ω/M′ 76. m Ft.4 304.0 13.72 64.5 152. Datalene insulation features include a low dielectric constant and a low dissipation factor for high-speed.0 37. Nominal Capacitance Vel. Shield Nom.8 6. Ft.8Ω/km 59. TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. of Cond.8 98 50 164 Low Cap 28 AWG Stranded (7x36) TC Conductors • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65% Coverage) • Drain Wire† Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 9791 NEC: 6 See (30V 80°C) CL2 Chart 1 VW-1 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0 13.B E L D E N . kg Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal DCR Cond. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5Ω/M′ 66% 30 30. * * ** ** of pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Prop.1 • w w w .9Ω/M′ 6.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.2 212.8 0 0 . Color Code 28 AWG Stranded (7x36) Tinned Copper Conductors • Overall Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (65% Coverage) Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9637 NEC: 25 See 100 (300V 80°C) CL2 Chart 2R 500 CSA AWM Ι B FT4 (Tech Info 1000 Section) 30.4 304.6 212.4 22 72. c o m .2 2. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to ground.4 . Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-423 Applications UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.350 8.8 13.15Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.8 82.4Ω/km 24 AWG: — — — 23.0 .305 7.4Ω/km (1) 24 AWG Cond. Standard Lengths Ft. • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) +TC Braid Shield (90% Coverage) • Drain Wire Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Gray PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9641 NEC: 23: See (300V 80°C) CMG (6) Chart 1 CSA AWM Ι A CEC: 26 AWG (Tech Info CMG FT4 Pairs Section) (10) 26 AWG Cond.9Ω/M′ 4.M U L T I . 1000 304.0 26.5Ω/km 122.3Ω/M′ 8.89 26 AWG: 2.6Ω/M′ 66% — 37.16 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications and IEEE 488 Interface.

4 304.5 10.2 .5 152.0Ω/M′ 82.9 .0Ω/km 5. kg Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal DCR Cond.0 20.1Ω/km 30 98.240 6.0 28.5Ω/M′ 24.6 .253 6.8 30.8 4. ** Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield.4 304.5 152.0Ω/M′ 82.0 11.0Ω/km 9.4Ω/km 30 98.200 5.8Ω/M′ 32.6 .4 55 180 37 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 25.3 30.0 10.4 304.0 44.4 3. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 100. Shield Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.5 152. UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.370 9.9Ω/M′ 22.2Ω/km 35 115 65 213 25.1 4.43 152.3Ω/M′ 23.6Ω/km 30 98.4 304.0Ω/M′ 23.0Ω/M′ 82.0 14.5 152.485 12.8 30.2Ω/km 35 115 65 213 25.4 55 180 9617 9618 9619 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 25 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 30.5 41.72 17.0Ω/M′ 82.40 152.3 4. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0Ω/M′ 82.0Ω/km 7.411 10.4 50.8 182.0 61.9 .5 152.9Ω/M′ 22.0 10.4 55 180 25.0 5.08 13.0Ω/km 6.0Ω/M′ 82.6 3.0Ω/M′ 82.0 7.7Ω/km 30 98.32 152.2 1.0Ω/M′ 82.4 66.17 Overall Foil / Braid Shield Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications Description Part No.5 1.0Ω/km 6.83 12.5 17.6 25.6Ω/km 30 98.8Ω/M′ 32.4 55 180 50 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section 25.0Ω/km 7.7 6.300 7.3Ω/km 35 115 65 213 25.5Ω/M′ 21.0Ω/M′ 82.8 .0 18. b e l d e n .8 30.0 .1 1.43 22.4 304.1Ω/M′ 16.8 30.0 22.7 34.190 4.5 152.0Ω/km 6.8 .215 5.5 8.0 9.5 22.0 .4 55 180 25.5 152.0Ω/km 4.225 5.5 6.270 6.6 4.6 25.B E L D E N .2 .86 25.8 0 0 .0 1. ** pF/ m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65% Coverage) Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9608 NEC: 3 See (300V 80°C) CMG Chart 1 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 9609 NEC: 4 See CMG Chart 1 Z-Fold CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 9610 NEC: 5 See CMG Chart 1 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMG FT4 9611 NEC: 6 See CMG Chart 1 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 9612 NEC: 7 See CMG Chart 1 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 9613 NEC: 8 See CMG Chart 1 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 9614 NEC: 9 See CMG Chart 1 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 9615 NEC: 10 See CMG Chart 1 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 9616 NEC: 15 See CMG Chart 2R CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMG FT4 ® 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.7 6.0Ω/km 7.4 304.5 .4 30. of Cond.0 17.5 152.0Ω/M′ 82.0Ω/km 30 98.46 16.4 23.4 304.3Ω/M′ 14.4 55 180 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper * Capacitance between conductors.2 304.8 30.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.4Ω/M′ 14.8 135. Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.1 • w w w .0Ω/km 9.0Ω/km 6.4 55 180 25.4 4.0 42.4 38.3 32.4 93. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 13.62 31.4 49.0 15.8 30.8 2.2 304.10 21.0 45.8 30.0 82.4 55 180 25.8 30.0 7.6Ω/km 30 98.M U L T I .4 2.9Ω/M′ 22.2 1.0Ω/M′ 82.0Ω/km 4.5 2.4 .5 30.5 304.72 18.4 304.2 7.6Ω/km 30 98.4 55 180 25.0 5.0 11.1 26.0Ω/M′ 82.9Ω/km 30 98.5 14.5 152.3 63.225 5.4 304.8 3. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 4. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .

b e l d e n .4 78.8 .0 63.0 30.300 7.4 22 72.4Ω/km 4. m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65% Coverage) • Drain Wire†† Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 9925 NEC: 3 See 100 30.7Ω/km (Tech Info 1000 304.7Ω/km CEC: (Tech Info 1000 304.5 6. Ft.73 24.0 480.0 .5 9.5 4.3 78.2 14.2 12.0Ω/M′ CM Chart 1 500 152.6 . Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.2Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.7Ω/km 7.0Ω/M′ (30V 80°C) CM Chart 1 500 152.0 20. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .6Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.5 4.2 10.8 41.4 22 72.89 24. Shield Nom.6 .9 4.8Ω/M′ 152.445 11.M U L T I .215 5.9 2.4Ω/km 4.0 18.6 .9 78.6 78.0Ω/M′ CM Chart 1 500 152.0Ω/M′ CM Chart 1 500 152.2Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.5 2.B E L D E N .46 24.0 410.4 22 72.9 .0 14.5 5.0 10.5 .265 6.0 49.4 14. kg Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal DCR Cond.0Ω/M′ 2.7 78.6Ω/km 3.4 54. Datalene insulation features include a low dielectric constant and a low dissipation factor for high-speed.4 22 72.5 3.0 10.7 Section) 10000 3048.4 17.7Ω/km CEC: (Tech Info 1000 304.0Ω/M′ CM Chart 2R 500 152.0Ω/M′ 2.4 22 72.4 16.8 78.0 12.9 .4 21.8 Section) CM 9935 NEC: 10 See 100 30.2 2. * * ** ** of pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Prop.5 Section) CM 9929 NEC: 5 See 100 30.4 18.0Ω/km 5.0 1. †† Final put-up may vary -10% to +20%.8 68. low-distortion data handling.0 30.0Ω/M′ CM Chart 1 500 152.306 7.8 108.7Ω/km 9.8 53.0 9.1 CM 9932 NEC: 7 See 100 30.1 78% 12 39.265 6.4 22 72.8 46.4 35. Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.6 78.0Ω/M′ CM Chart 1 500 152.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.0 7.7 2.9 CM 9934 NEC: 9 See 100 30.4 22.2 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.4Ω/km 4.5 1.8 24.2 13.8 0 0 .4Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.2 .84 24.8 32.7Ω/km 9937 9938 †24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 25 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.0 15.4 .4 22 72.1 • w w w .0 21.5 4.500 12. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 24.8 139.4Ω/km 3.4 22 72.0 17. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .230 5.18 Overall Foil / Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-423 Applications Description Part No.8 36.0 217.6 Section) CM 9933 NEC: 8 See 100 30.25 24.0 78.8 39.4Ω/M′ 152.350 8.6 1.7Ω/km CEC: (Tech Info 1000 304.4Ω/km 3.7Ω/km CEC: (Tech Info 1000 304.2 3.73 24.0 186.5 3. m Ft.4Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.30 24.5 8.77 24.5 8.5 32.7Ω/km CEC: (Tech Info 1000 304. May contain two pieces.7Ω/km CEC: (Tech Info 1000 304.7Ω/km Z-Fold CEC: (Tech Info 1000 304.4Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.280 7.9 Section) CM 9927 NEC: 4 See 100 30. **Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield. UL NEC/ No. minimum length of any one piece is 1500 ft.4 71.5 12.9 Section) 10000 † 3048.7Ω/km CEC: (Tech Info 1000 304.2 37 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 78% 12 39.2 17.5 5.2 14. of C(UL) CEC Cond.0 5.9 Section) CM ® 5. Nominal Capacitance Vel.5 78.11 24.62 24.4 22 72.2Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.5 7.0Ω/M′ CM Chart 1 500 152.4 12.5 78.5 24.1 Section) CM 9936 NEC: 15 See 100 30.9Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.3 CEC: Section) CM 9931 NEC: 6 See 100 30.246 6.2 17.2 1.4 22 72.4 22 72.3Ω/M′ 78% 12 39.4 28.9Ω/km 4.8 48.5 4.7 24.2 14.3 .2 11.0 16.0Ω/M′ CM Chart 1 500 152.8Ω/km 304.1Ω/km 304.0 78.9 5. c o m .

7 .6 31.1 28.0Ω/M′ 35 48.0 13.4 304.2Ω/km 10.3 10.1 4.5 152.22 14.2Ω/km 13.19 Overall Foil / Braid Shield Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications Description Part No.6 2.9 3.6 238.8 30.3 1.2Ω/km 15.5 62.9Ω/km 115 63 207 .4 304.64 14.7 81.0Ω/M′ 37 48.0 30.8 30.8 30.5 2.2Ω/km 23. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.7Ω/M′ 4.0 19.0 108.0 4.4 304.5 57.62 14.4 304.4 304.7 6.340 8.5 152.7 42.4 304. Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.9 2.8 12.5 152.3 28.2 59.8 30.230 5.46 14.60 14.22 14.7Ω/M′ 6.9 7.460 11.5 152.2Ω/km 20.8 30.2Ω/M′ 37 48.2Ω/km 23.8 30.1Ω/M′ 35 48.5 132.0 4.5 46.0Ω/km 115 63 207 .2Ω/km 16.8 23.0 6.13 14.B E L D E N .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.1 87.0 5.1 • w w w .8 0 0 .5 152.4Ω/km 121 67 220 .6 17. UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.8 30.5 152.8 20.7Ω/M′ 6.5 83.215 5.84 14.7Ω/M′ 3.5 1.3 2.7Ω/km 115 63 207 .8 8.1Ω/km 115 63 207 .7Ω/km 115 63 207 .3 66.4 304.7Ω/M′ 7.4 304.10 14.1Ω/M′ 35 48.202 5.7Ω/M′ 2.6 6. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 152.4 304. b e l d e n .0 16.0 8.5 26.5 152.5 180.7Ω/M′ 7.3Ω/km 121 67 220 .1 .5 32.68 14.6Ω/M′ 35 48. of Cond.5Ω/km 35 115 63 207 DCR = DC Resistance *Capacitance between conductors.1Ω/M′ 35 48.245 6.1Ω/M′ 37 48. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .0 43.5 152.0 14.8 30.8 3.8 7. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .7Ω/M′ 7. ** pF/ m 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (65% Coverage) Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9939 NEC: 3 See 100 (300V 80°C) CMG Chart 1 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9940 NEC: 4 See 100 CMG Chart 1 500 Z-Fold CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9941 NEC: 5 See 100 CMG Chart 1 500 (Tech Info 1000 CEC: Section) CMG FT4 9942 NEC: 6 See 100 CMG Chart 1 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9943 NEC: 7 See 100 CMG Chart 1 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9944 NEC: 8 See 100 CMG Chart 1 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9945 NEC: 9 See 100 CMG Chart 1 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9946 NEC: 10 See 100 CMG Chart 1 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 9947 NEC: 15 See 100 CMG Chart 2R 500 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 Section) CMG FT4 ® 30.4 304.0 16.3Ω/km 121 67 220 .2Ω/km 115 63 207 37 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) .0 27.0 23. **Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield.2Ω/km 7.0 52.5 152.9Ω/km 35 115 63 207 50 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 25.0 53.9Ω/M′ 35 48.2 19.5 152.300 7.8 30.0 6.2 11.555 14.9 25.4 118.245 6.7Ω/M′ 48.2Ω/km 25. Shield Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.0Ω/M′ 35 48.5Ω/km 115 63 207 9948 9949 9950 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 25 See Chart 2R (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 .M U L T I .1 10.2Ω/km 16.5 11.7Ω/M′ 4.2Ω/km 19.7Ω/M′ 5.260 6.4 304.7Ω/M′ 5.5 152.3 39.0 38.2Ω/km 8.0 19. kg Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal DCR Cond.5 14.8 30.6 14.4 12.0 4.3Ω/M′ 48.3 37.8 30.7 22.4 304.0 1.410 10.11 14.0 5.280 7.7Ω/M′ 2.41 14.

kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.30 .4 139.M U L T I .2 . 22 AWG Triads Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Cabled in Triads ◗ • 22 AWG Stranded Tinned Copper Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Overall Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 80°C VW-1 9772 — 36 (12 triads) Black.5 7.8 .008 . (2) conductors unshielded. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft. Yellow Blue.52 . Drain wire for each conductor is tinned cadmium bronze ribbon under 100% Beldfoil shield coverage. **Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield.012 .42 34 112 67 220 Z-Fold® ◗ Each triad shielded with 100% Beldfoil shield and drain wire.3 24 (7x32) Blue. Red.71 . Blue † Each quad wrapped in transparent polyester tape.020″ white PVC jacket with color coded stripes. Red.0 63.4 16.028 . Triads w/Color Coded Jackets 500 152.725 18. Green. Green. Red.030 4 Shld White.37 — — — — 4 Shld Brown.5 10.012 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Green Yellow.4 22.028 .38 .015 .015 7.99 34 112 — — (2) Unshielded conductors cabled around a non-hygroscopic filler.20 . Blue 500 152.B E L D E N .4 17. VW-1 500 152.0 500 152.99 — — — — conductors cabled under 100% Beldfoil shield. encased in a . White U-500 U-152.1 . 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • (3) Conductors Cabled and Separately Beldfoil® Shielded (100% Coverage) with Drain Wires▲ PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 60°C 8788 NEC: 5: 3 Shld VW-1 CM 2 Unshld ◆ Z-Fold® ◆ ▲ Black. Red Beldfoil® shield over one quad. (2) quads and (2) unshielded conductors cabled. Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. Red.4 15. Green .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.8 0 0 . TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. b e l d e n .236 5.5 .30 . Orange Z-Fold ® . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Type No. of Cond. Not RoHS compliant at time of printing.38 2 Unshld 22 (7x30) White.20 Overall Shield Special Audio.015 .76 .290 7. U-500 U-152.060 1.5 7.9 .1 • w w w .4 24. Communication and Instrumentation Cables Description UL NEC/ Part C(UL) CEC No. ** pF/ m 24 and 22 AWG Stranded (7x32 and 7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Cabled in Quads† • 24 AWG Stranded Tinned Copper Drain Wire PVC Insulation (22 AWG) / Polyethylene Insulation (24 AWG) • Chrome PVC Jacket 350V RMS 80°C 8787 — 10: Gray.38 . 24 and 22 AWG Stranded (7x32 and 7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • (4) Conductors Cabled†† • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V 90°C 8786 NEC: 6: 4 Shld NEC Article 800 CM CEC: 24 (7x32) CM 2 Unshld 22 (7x30) Z-Fold †† (4) ® Black. 24 (7x32) Yellow.236 5.0 10. c o m .71 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. Green Beldfoil shield over the other. Please check with Belden Technical Support for current compliance information at 1-800-BELDEN-1.

Yellow 4 500 1000 152.21 Overall Shield Data Cables for Molex SEMMCONN and AMP® SDL Connectors Computers. Black. Tan. White. Brown.036 .M U L T I . Yellow.38 .8 12. Green.0 5.4 .59 500 1000 152.38 . White & Black.6 13.9 .039 .4 10.8 0 0 .98 .38 . of Cond. Red. Instrumentation and Medical Electronics Interconnect Cables UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.4 304.89 .B E L D E N . c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables White. Green 6 Red. Orange.037 .035 . White & Brown. Blue.0 6. White 8 Black. Standard Lengths Ft.239 6.07 1000 304. Gray.195 4.4 .6 .93 . Yellow. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 25.95 500 1000 152.0 23.1 • w w w . Blue. Green.4 304. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.38 . Yellow. Red.0 5.015 . Orange.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.5 30. Color Code 26 AWG Stranded (7x34) Tinned Copper Conductors • Duofoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • 26 AWG Stranded Tinned Copper Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 1211A NEC: (300V 80°C) CL2X VW-1 1212A Drain Wire NEC: CL2X 1213A NEC: CL2X 1214A NEC: CL2X AMP is a registered trademark of AMP. Purple. Inc.8 12.301 7.015 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 24. Purple. White 16 White & Red. Pink.8 57.4 10. Green. Aqua.8 14. Blue.015 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Orange.015 . b e l d e n .91 . Orange.220 5.65 .4 304.

310 7. **Nominal capacitance conductor to conductor and shield.91 23 75 42 138 HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.02 . ** pF/ m 20 AWG Solid Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil ® Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Solid TC Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Black HDPE Jacket 350V 80°C 9802 — 2 White. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft. Black 500 1000 152.8 96.4 33.6 .8 65. Black 9890 Shorting Fold 1000 304.1 .035 .8 9. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft. b e l d e n .33 .013 8.M U L T I . c o m .5 .390 9.8 23.0 29. Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.89 .B E L D E N .0 4. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 .190 4. Red.14 .4 304.21 23 75 42 138 — 10 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.205 5.013 .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4. Type No.8 0 0 .045 1.33 .0 18.87 23 75 42 138 9894 — 15 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.040 1.83 32 104 42 138 Polypropylene Insulation • Black HDPE Jacket 350V RMS 9803 — 3 White.1 • w w w .013 304.035 .013 .0 43.89 .33 .33 . of Cond.5 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .22 Overall Shield Direct Burial Cables Description UL NEC/ Part C(UL) CEC No.0 10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 .0 15.

161 4.23 Plenum-Rated Unshielded Audio. Green 500 † 1000 † 152. b e l d e n . CMP FT6 Green U-500 † U-152.4 304.8 2.0 16.4 304.8 .007 .2 . Red.010 .113 2.0 1.5 152.4 U-1000 † U-304.5 29.006 . Red.36 .012 .09 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest Jacket 300V RMS 82489 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 4 Black.B E L D E N . Black.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4. CMP Red CEC: CMP FT6 U-1000 † U-304. White.M U L T I .015 .6 13.8 1000 † 304.18 . Green U-1000 † U-304. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.3 4.8 2.8 0 0 .015 .30 .15 .2 .007 .009 .15 . Black.0 4.9 9.0 29.23 .1 3. Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88444 NEC: 4 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.3 6.4 304.170 4.0 2. of Cond.102 2.8 1000 † 304.121 3. Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.1 6.006 .5 8.1 • w w w . White.38 .59 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88489 NEC: 4 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.32 †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.87 .0 4.134 3.1 13.8 9.014 . Standard Lengths Ft. Red.40 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88442 NEC: 2 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.0 15.0 15.7 .006 .8 1000 † 304.3 5. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Black.8 .8 9.0 14. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest Jacket 300V RMS 82442 NEC: 2 Black.0 1.7 .15 .006 .8 31. Green 100 500 † 1000 † 30.18 . Red 100 500 † 1000 † 30. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.0 6.07 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82444 NEC: 4 Black.8 14.1 7.5 152.5 3. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No. CMP White. White.38 .25 . CEC: Red.15 .0 8. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .

Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82418 NEC: 4 Black.09 54 177 96 315 100 500 † 1000 † 30.0 16.4 .8 CMP White. b e l d e n . Red.36 .8 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . U-1000 †† U-304.4 .0 17. TC = Tinned Copper 36. Cond.4 304.1 • w w w .3 .007 18.50 30 98 57 187 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.177 4.5 152. CEC: Red CMP FT6 89418 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 4 Black.6 .007 38. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.014 .36 .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.24 Plenum-Rated Overall Beldfoil® Shield Audio.0 7.3 . 1000 † 304. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88770 NEC: 3 Black. CMP White.176 4.2 36. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft. Type Standard Lengths Ft. White.4 304. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . CMP FT6 Green Suitable for Outdoor applications.8 0 0 . ††Length may vary 0 to -10%.18 .18 .36 .47 30 98 63 207 *Capacitance between conductors.0 14. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 .8 CEC: Red. Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ No.014 . c o m .5 2.014 .B E L D E N . Green 500 † 1000 † 152.18 .0 8.8 16. † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.M U L T I . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.161 4.007 32. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. Part of C(UL) CEC No.0 16.

3 .015 .6 9.0 1.36 .4 304.5 152.183 4.15 .15 .38 .8 152.5 152.04 23 75 40 131 .2 3. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.1 .9 .36 .7 .5 152.4 .006 23.006 26.014 .014 .5 152. b e l d e n .26 20 66 36 118 100 500 † 1000 † 30. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .188 4.4 304.5 7.006 12.7 28.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.15 .4 304.006 16. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.2 9.15 . Part of C(UL) CEC No.6 .5 5.014 .5 152.8 3.0 .8 9.36 .4 .8 30.014 .015 .014 .0 16.8 152.4 .6 .1 .5 13. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 83503 NEC: 3 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83504 NEC: 4 See CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 83506 NEC: 6 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83509 NEC: 9 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83512 NEC: 12 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83515 NEC: 15 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.0 20.15 .006 17.6 .0 9.36 .4 53.148 3.269 6.0 24.4 304.36 .014 . c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .8 9.8 5.014 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.36 .19 20 66 36 118 100 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 30.5 152.36 .5 10.0 7.3 21. Cond.5 11.31 23 75 40 131 .1 • w w w .8 8.006 25.25 Plenum-Rated Overall Foil/Braid Shield Audio.0 16.227 5. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.014 .006 44.0 22.4 304.2 .3 6.4 304.3 2.15 .0 10.0 11.58 23 75 40 131 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 30.4 304.7 25.8 3. 500 † 1000 † 152.36 .15 .15 .15 .5 20.4 304.006 45.0 17.36 .014 . Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ No.8 30.0 20.36 .207 5.135 3.006 5.5 16.77 20 66 36 118 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 83552 NEC: 2 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83553 NEC: 3 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83554 NEC: 4 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83556 NEC: 6 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83559 NEC: 9 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83562 NEC: 12 See CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 83569 NEC: 19 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.4 304.4 .159 4.4 304.43 20 66 36 118 100 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 30.014 .66 20 66 36 118 13.0 11.15 .4 304.0 .0 38.M U L T I .0 27.1 .36 .B E L D E N .8 38.5 36.0 1.006 60.3 . † Spools are one piece.8 3.144 3.0 85.38 .006 7. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.4 304.94 23 75 40 131 100 500 † 1000 † 30.2 2.006 7.234 5.5 152.8 7.014 .209 5.65 23 75 40 131 .8 0 0 .5 50.15 .8 30.8 152.141 3.6 4.0 3.0 4. Type Standard Lengths Ft.15 .8 .006 4.4 304.78 20 66 36 118 .0 20.3 .0 1.76 23 75 40 131 4.5 152.6 . TC = Tinned Copper 500 † 1000 † 152. *Capacitance between conductors.4 5.165 4.0 6.1 .3 .83 23 75 40 131 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 11.15 .

15 .2 3.8 30.15 .36 .26 26 85 51 167 .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.4 .3 32.0 12.006 16. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 83602 NEC: 2 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83604 NEC: 4 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83606 NEC: 6 See CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 83609 NEC: 9 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83612 NEC: 12 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.3 .5 9.4 .3 8.18 .5 152.4 88.15 .9 5.007 152.15 .5 152.007 45.5 6.178 4.5 62.18 . * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.36 .006 30.2 9. 500 † 1000 † 152.1 2.45 33 108 60 197 .293 7.18 .0 17.0 14. 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 30.014 .0 28.006 35.9 8.1 27.4 304.7 63.5 .67 33 108 60 197 .18 .5 25. Cond.0 15.4 304.5 13.B E L D E N .8 4. Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ No.8 .4 304.36 .0 .8 4.15 .6 7.3 5.207 5.6 2.014 .8 .05 26 85 51 167 .0 13.1 • w w w . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 11. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.38 .5 152.265 6.0 7.0 49.1 3.5 152.05 33 108 60 197 .006 22.7 .0 28.238 6.5 8.4 .007 21.0 10. b e l d e n .8 30.8 46.184 4.5 152.36 .7 .4 304.0 30.M U L T I .5 152.0 5.4 304.0 39.73 26 85 51 167 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 83652 NEC: 2 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83653 NEC: 3 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83654 NEC: 4 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83656 NEC: 6 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83659 NEC: 9 See CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 83662 NEC: 12 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.0 .8 3.4 304.7 6.007 29.014 .18 .8 30.2 2.006 21.199 5.94 33 108 60 197 .8 30.007 13. Part of C(UL) CEC No.38 .5 152.4 304.44 33 108 60 197 30.007 17. † Spools are one piece.014 .014 .9 67. Type Standard Lengths Ft.5 .4 2.2 2.308 7.36 .36 .8 47. TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.26 Plenum-Rated Overall Foil/Braid Shield Audio.0 40.52 26 85 51 167 .36 .6 6.015 .5 .8 30. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.36 .014 .014 .8 0 0 .1 .8 30.8 5.8 30.36 .82 33 108 60 197 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 21.99 26 85 51 167 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 30.014 .157 3.4 55.234 5.4 304.5 11.5 152.4 304.8 109.0 20.014 .0 .0 20.5 152. c o m .015 .2 304.175 4.5 9.18 .4 304.

6 .014 .8 152. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 83702 NEC: 2 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83703 NEC: 3 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83704 NEC: 4 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83706 NEC: 6 See CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 83709 NEC: 9 See CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 83712 NEC: 12 See CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 83715 NEC: 15 See CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83719 NEC: 19 See CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.8 .5 30.5 18.5 152.8 9.36 .014 . 100 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 30.0 35.007 152.4 .18 .4 113.0 28.2 62.18 .014 .8 8.4 78. Cond.18 .8 0 0 .014 .0 54.0 22.014 .344 8. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 27.4 304.196 4.36 .0 13.2 .014 .265 6.1 8.36 .36 .73 35 115 63 207 30. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 69.18 .8 120.8 30.3 30.1 304.007 152.014 .5 11.7 .5 .5 20.007 29.407 10.80 35 115 63 207 .18 .4 304.206 5.0 18. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.5 21.34 35 115 63 207 .8 6.403 10.0 .5 14.36 . c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .8 153.007 44.4 304. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.4 .36 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.0 3.18 . Type Standard Lengths Ft.1 • w w w .5 5.2 87.24 35 115 63 207 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .007 18.5 30.4 304.2 23.5 152.7 304.5 8.74 35 115 63 207 .007 50. Part of C(UL) CEC No.66 35 115 63 207 .307 7.B E L D E N .8 5.M U L T I .5 304.3 . † Spools are one piece.1 9.5 . but length may vary ±10% from length shown.007 152.0 86.4 40.8 227.98 35 115 63 207 .0 10.8 190.36 .4 61.5 51.9 .014 . TC = Tinned Copper * Capacitance between conductors.223 5.23 35 115 63 207 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 30.007 152. Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ No.7 4.4 304.36 .5 152.4 95.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.2 2. b e l d e n .0 39.0 103.18 .18 .0 43.27 Plenum-Rated Overall Foil/Braid Shield Audio.

28 High-Temperature Unshielded Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.015 .8 119. Tefzel insulated and jacketed cables are particularly well suited for harsh environments due to outstanding mechanical toughness of the material.4 304.8 3.015 .36 2 . nuclear plants.0 26.8 15.38 . Tefzel cables are used extensively in chemical plants.303 7.7 10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .185 4.4 59.024 .48 . Red 100 1000 † 30.0 304. c o m .9 .1 • w w w .38 . Typical applications are data recording.B E L D E N .211 5.38 .0 6.223 5.0 .9 30.0 5.4 6.8 15.1 19.48 .5 11.211 5.M U L T I .48 .0 1.38 .61 . as well as its high-temperature and radiation resistant characteristics.38 .70 85109 — 9 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 500 † 1000 † 152.8 35.8 105.8 20. telemetering.4 .020 .48 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.4 304. of Cond.81 85107 — 7 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 100 1000 † 30. Tefzel is a DuPont trademark.0 15. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.0 43.5 .5 304.8 0 0 .2 47.5 304.51 .015 .019 .4 14.4 304. Red See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 152.8 54.0 34.61 .36 85103 — 3 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 500 † 1000 † 152.015 .019 .268 6. and monitoring pressure or material flow.66 85105 — 5 See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 500 † 1000 † 152. communication.70 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled Tefzel Insulation • Clear Tefzel Jacket 300V RMS 150°C 85221 — VW-1 85102 — 2 Black.7 .0 9.019 .019 .354 8.5 .024 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. b e l d e n .015 .4 304.015 .015 .38 . Standard Lengths Ft.0 68.0 14. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 23.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.8 152. Color Code 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled Tefzel® Insulation • Clear Tefzel Jacket 300V RMS 150°C 85220 — VW-1 2 Black. and fossil fuel power plants.0 32.38 .99 † Spools are one piece.

Type Standard Lengths Ft.030 .66 34 112 61 201 TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.51 .4 7. exact length.5 152.8 . shield to ground Tape 1.199 5. Red.0 5.217 5.4 13.51 22 72 40 131 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Special Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG (7x28) Stranded TC Drain Wire FEP Insulation • Yellow Silicone Rubber Jacket • Noise Reducing 83393 AWM 2 Black.030 . White Black.) to 150°C (max.210 5. shield to ground .6 .51 .020 17.5 304.6 2. Black.2 .6 1.4 304. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Special Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG (7x30) Stranded TC Drain Wire FEP Insulation • Red Silicone Rubber Jacket • Noise Reducing Tape 83394 AWM 2 Black. Green 500 † 1000 † 152.8 22.4 304.38 . * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .) operating temperature.51 .5 152.38 . 100 30.2 4516 Red U-500 U-152.020 .223 5.51 .M U L T I . ††100 ft. Jacket working voltage 2000V DC.015 29.020 . Tefzel and Kapton are DuPont trademarks.020 49.33 44 144 79 259 300V RMS 150°C VW-1 85241 — 3 Black.031 .4 1.193 4.015 7.62 31 102 59 194 300V RMS 150°C VW-1 85240 — 3 Black.28 22 72 40 131 .0 7.05 22 72 40 131 70°C (min.5 VW-1 500 † 152.8 12. White. put-up one piece.0 3.4 30.208 5.3 .4 18. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. Part of C(UL) CEC No.5 .4 17. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.020 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 304.) operating temperature. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .15 22 72 40 131 70°C (min. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.76 . Cond.38 .8 . shield to ground 83395 VW-1 83396 AWM 4516 AWM 4516 3 4 70°C (min.38 .182 4. Red.76 .8 0 0 .5 6.8 .51 .9 .0 13.0 13. Red. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.9 16.015 6.015 30.5 5. Red.030 .8 4.4 14. VW-1 Red 100 500 † 1000 † 30.) to 150°C (max.3 .5 10.5 4.79 .7 .1 . 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • Drain Wire Tefzel® Insulation • Clear Tefzel Jacket 300V RMS 150°C 85230 — 2 Black. b e l d e n .51 .6 VW-1 500 † 152.0 17.38 .0 1.) operating temperature.B E L D E N .5 3.020 .0 Jacket working voltage 2000V DC.015 4516 White U-500 † U-152.6 2.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.4 3. Green 100 1000 † 30.9 Jacket working voltage 2000V DC.51 .3 . VW-1 Red 500 † 1000 † 152. 100 †† 30.0 22. Green 100 500 † 100 500 † 30.020 8.242 6.9 14.90 27 87 48 157 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • Drain Wire Tefzel Insulation • Clear Tefzel Jacket 300V RMS 150°C 85231 — 2 Black.8 5.29 High-Temperature Overall Beldfoil® Shield Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ No.1 • w w w . †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.3 .8 38.) to 150°C (max.76 .5 152.6 .

may contain more than one piece. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.010 Black.1 1.0 8.25 .7 VW-1 83317E — 2 White.4 14.9 72 36. Green .7 .4 7.6 146 . Part of C(UL) CEC No.137 3.4 10.9 98 49.8 0 0 .8 14.0 6.163 4. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 26 AWG Stranded (7x34) Silver-plated Copper Conductors • Cabled and Color-coded • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Extruded TFE Teflon® Insulation • White TFE Teflon Tape-wrapped Jacket 600V RMS 83303E — 1 White 500 †† 152.4 1000 ▲ 304.0 1000 ▲ 304.5 5. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.5 1.25 .4 5.0 8.5 Red.8 .5 3.0 10.8 121 .0 .0 8.6 0.011 .25 .011 .8 19.5 1.8 19.5 1000 ▲ 304.25 .0 5.5 1. † 100 †† 500 .48 18.010 .28 .25 .25 .011 .011 .091 2.8 62 31.8 9.010 -65°C to 200°C 1000 ▲ 304.8 28.010 .010 Black.5 1. but may contain up to 3 pieces.4 0. 1000 ▲ 304.010 Black.8 121 22 AWG Stranded (19x34) Silver-plated Copper Conductors • Cabled and Color-coded • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Extruded TFE Teflon Insulation • White TFE Teflon Tape-wrapped Jacket 600V RMS 83305E — 1 White 100 † 30.8 24.25 .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4. 100 † 30.4 103 . 100 † 30.M U L T I .149 3.1 0.4 90 45.0 10. Length may vary ±10% from length shown.8 23.4 6.5 1.8 6.5 1.010 Black. ft.4 12.127 3.9 0.7 150 ▲ Spools ft.48 21.5 6.010 Black 500 †† 152.011 . Green *Capacitance between conductors.4 83332E — 3 White.5 1.011 .9 83349E — 4 White. 500 †† 152.5 . b e l d e n .6 VW-1 83318E — 2 White.4 4.6 Red. 1000 ▲ 304.5 116 .0 4.28 . 500 †† 152.5 Red 1000 ▲ 304.010 Black. put-up exact.28 .6 .010 .B E L D E N .4 Complies with MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) except stranding.5 2.25 .0 2.4 3.4 90 45.28 .0 4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . put-up one piece.5 2. Cond.07 20.9 0.16 — — 46 151 .137 3. 1000 ▲ 304.25 . Teflon is a DuPont trademark. 500 †† 152.076 1.28 . 100 † 30.4 10. exact length. 100 † 30.3 83333E — 3 White.4 Red.6 . 100 † 30.7 1.7 Red 83347E — 4 White.010 Black 500 †† 152.2 .131 3.9 72 36.28 .4 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. Type Standard Lengths Ft.14 27.25 . 100 † 30.1 VW-1 83319E — 2 White.5 61 30.4 12. Minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.010 Black 500 †† 152. 500 †† 152.1 • w w w .5 1.011 .33 26.010 Black. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.010 -65°C to 200°C 1000 ▲ 304.010 -65°C to 200°C 500 †† 152. 100 † 30.8 19.8 8.3 1.7 Complies with MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) except stranding.9 0. 100 † 30.28 .0 .6 MIL-Spec MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E).0 2.81 27.6 83348E — 4 White. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .25 . c o m .8 10.9 190 .5 3.7 150 .6 83334E — 3 White.63 29. 500 †† 304.0 12.30 High-Temperature Overall Braid Shield — Control and Instrumentation Cables MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) — Individual Conductors UL NEC/ No.9 .011 .31 — — 57.0 4.28 .9 . Green .7 Red 1000 ▲ 304.0 7.8 17.5 100 24 AWG Stranded (19x36) Silver-plated Copper Conductors • Cabled and Color-coded • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Extruded TFE Teflon Insulation • White TFE Teflon Tape-wrapped Jacket 600V RMS 83304E — 1 White 500 †† 152.085 2.5 2.25 .2 161 .0 7.8 68 35.143 3.5 3.8 16.150 3.121 3.9 .7 0.25 .25 .3 1000 ▲ 304. 1000 ▲ 304.011 .4 139 .23 18.93 — — 44.28 . 100 † 30.25 .79 21.5 87 42.0 4.0 3.

0 ▲ Red 1000 304.28 . 100 † 30.28 .8 49.010 -65°C to 200°C 1000 ▲ 304.6 Red.9 83337E — 3 White.25 .0 7.3 .011 -65°C to 200°C VW-1 83321E — 2 White.8 17.0 22.8 1000 ▲ 304.28 .8 173 .5 .5 5.31 30.82 30.28 . Type Standard Lengths Ft.0 13.159 4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . b e l d e n .7 83351E — 4 White.2 1000 ▲ 304.8 14.010 . Minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.4 9.4 30.3 .8 20. 500 †† 152.011 . 1000 ▲ 304.012 Black. ** pF/ m Description Color Code 20 AWG Stranded (19x32) Silver-plated Copper Conductors • Cabled and Color-coded • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Extruded TFE Teflon® Insulation • White TFE Teflon Tape-wrapped Jacket 600V RMS 83306E — 1 White 100 † 30.0 6.04 31.189 4.8 167 ▲ 1000 ft.0 1. 100 † 30.27 31. Part of C(UL) CEC No.5 4.011 .1 • w w w . 500 †† 152.010 .2 2. but may contain up to 2 pieces.8 Complies with MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) except stranding.52 — — 69 51 226 167 .179 4.28 .8 29.8 .0 17.4 12.011 Black. Minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.0 15.8 173 .012 -65°C to 200°C 1000 ▲ 304.8 51.0 9. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.0 5.011 Black.5 4.77 .011 .6 .25 .5 3.1 Red 1000 ▲ 304.011 .4 19. 500 †† 152. but may contain up to 6 pieces.0 9.5 3.4 15. Green *Capacitance between conductors. 100 † 30.25 .4 20.28 . put-up one piece.5 3.8 61.010 Black.7 .4 83335E — 3 White.5 1. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.28 .0 16. Cond.31 .011 .012 Black 500 †† 152.25 .7 Complies with MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) except stranding.M U L T I . 500 †† 152.8 30.8 1.011 .31 .229 5.00 36 118 60 197 .31 High-Temperature Overall Braid Shield — Control and Instrumentation Cables MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) — Individual Conductors UL NEC/ No.011 .8 35.4 15. put-up exact. 1000 ▲ 304.55 — 31 — 71.2 1.2 1.25 . ft.4 1000 ▲ 304. 100 † 30. 100 † 30.3 1.0 8. ft.011 .28 .28 .26 31 102 52.0 2.4 25.25 .31 .28 .8 173 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) Silver-plated Copper Conductors • Cabled and Color-coded • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Extruded TFE Teflon Insulation • White TFE Teflon Tape-wrapped Jacket 600V RMS 83308E — 1 White 500 †† 152.5 11.5 2.8 23.011 .8 39.2 83352E — 4 White.4 24. 100 † 30.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.8 .4 .0 11. 500 †† 152. Green . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 2.28 .011 Black 500 †† 152.5 5.2 .1 Complies with MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) except stranding.05 — — 72. † 100 †† 500 . 100 † 30.207 5.7 104 51 167 .183 4.120 3.010 Black.0 23. 100 † 30.5 4.0 10.9 .4 18.5 235 102 52.0 27. exact length.8 Red.012 Black.5 7.7 104 .209 5.7 101 53 174 .109 2.31 .4 VW-1 83320E — 2 White.011 .80 31 102 52.0 6.6 1.5 238 .5 .28 .5 6.5 13.6 83350E — 4 White.8 37.0 13.8 0 0 .197 5. 500 †† 152. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.010 Black 500 †† 152.1 Red 1000 ▲ 304. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables .4 0.B E L D E N .28 .0 8. Green . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. 1000 ▲ 304.3 Red.65 31. put-up exact.7 104 51 167 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) Silver-plated Copper Conductors • Cabled and Color-coded • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Extruded TFE Teflon Insulation • White TFE Teflon Tape-wrapped Jacket 600V RMS 83307E — 1 White 1000 ▲ 304. 100 † 30.28 .1 VW-1 83322E — 2 White.2 83336E — 3 White.2 99 50.168 4.099 2.7 .

3 14.35 16 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Red PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 & 1424 9575 NEC: (300V 105°C) MPR. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.2 15.94 . FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 6 See Chart 1 (Tech Info Section) U-500 U-1000 U-152. c o m .5 28.65 Z-Fold® TC = Tinned Copper All cables on this page pass the IEEE 383-2003 Flame Test and are listed by the California State Fire Marshall.07 .M U L T I . Color Code 22 AWG Solid Tinned Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 & 1424 9576 NEC: (300V 105°C) MPR.0 9. Red U-500 U-1000 U-152.037 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .039 .5 72.8 25.250 6. FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 2 Black. FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 Z-Fold® 2 Black. Light Blue U-500 1000 U-152.8 0 0 .1 .8 35.43 .8 14.43 .4 U-304.018 .4 U-304. Light Blue U-500 1000 U-152.037 .94 .0 8.017 . Red.87 UL AWM Style 2464 & 1424 (300V 105°C) 9578 NEC: MPR.2 .7 .8 18.042 1. Component Recognized UL2464. b e l d e n .8 18.94 .301 7. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.79 18 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Red PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 & 1424 9574 NEC: (300V 105°C) MPR.8 16.68 Z-Fold® 16 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Red PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 & 1424 9572 NEC: (300V 105°C) MPR.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.33 .4 304.234 5. Standard Lengths Ft.018 .6 23.4 U-304.231 5. Red U-500 U-1000 U-152. FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 4 Black.263 6.43 UL AWM Style 2464 & 1424 (300V 105°C) 9579 NEC: MPR. Type FPLR) UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No. FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 Z-Fold® 2 Black.018 .1 17.2 15. FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 2 Black.94 .4 304.46 .013 .037 .253 6.7 .B E L D E N . Yellow.5 51.0 39.0 31. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .228 5.9 . Red U-500 U-1000 U-152.0 35.0 7.037 .7 .46 .9 . Red U-500 U-1000 U-152.037 .0 11.017 . of Cond. FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 4 Black. Red.6 12.32 Fire Alarm Power-Limited Fire Protective Signaling Circuit Cables Subject 1424 (NEC Article 760.8 20.4 U-304.46 .0 35.017 .4 U-304.0 16. Yellow.94 .43 .99 .1 32.0 6.0 8.1 • w w w .94 18 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Red PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 & 1424 9571 NEC: (300V 105°C) MPR.

Red U-500 1000 U-152.07 .56 .3 24.5 .303 7.022 .042 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .343 8. c o m 4 • Multi-Conductor Cables 12 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) .8 32. Type FPLR) UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No. Standard Lengths Ft.M U L T I .71 All cables on this page pass the IEEE 383-2003 Flame Test and are listed by the California State Fire Marshall.6 .042 1.042 1.1 . b e l d e n .042 1. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. Red U-500 1000 U-152.0 34. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Red 1000 304.70 14 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Beldfoil® Shield (100% Coverage) PVC Insulation • Red PVC Jacket UL Style 1424 9581 NEC: (300V 105°C) FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 2 Black.4 304.56 .8 27.07 .64 PVC Insulation • Red PVC Jacket UL Style 1424 9583 NEC: (300V 105°C) FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 Z-Fold® 2 Black.8 85.0 38.022 . Color Code 14 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Red PVC Jacket UL Style 1424 9580 NEC: (300V 105°C) FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 2 Black.7 29.07 .8 0 0 .340 8.0 54.4 304.5 65. 300V 80°C.77 12 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Conductors Cabled PVC Insulation • Red PVC Jacket UL Style 1424 9582 NEC: (300V 105°C) FPLR CEC: FAS 105 FT4 2 Black.07 .0 12.5 .33 Fire Alarm Power-Limited Fire Protective Signaling Circuit Cables Subject 1424 (NEC Article 760. Red 1000 304.0 14. Component Recognized UL2464. of Cond.56 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.022 .56 .8 75.B E L D E N .022 .306 7.1 • w w w .

90 30 98 52 171 .41 . CMP Chart 2 (Tech Info CEC: Section) CMP FT6 83756 NEC: 6 See FPLP.8 111. Standard Lengths Ft.38 .4 1000 † 304.0 96.8 147. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.3 .5 13.3 60.016 31.8 500 † 152.2 42.92 32 105 55 180 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 19. b e l d e n . CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83804 NEC: 4 See FPLP.5 10. CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 100 30. CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 TC = Tinned Copper All cables on this page pass the IEEE 383-2003 Flame Test and are listed by the California State Fire Marshall. Component Recognized UL2464.7 100 30.5 9.267 6.359 9.38 .C O N D U C T O R C A B L E S 4.4 1000 † 304.016 500 † 152.3 .8 4.0 68. 300V 80°C.1 3.323 8. CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83753 NEC: 3 See FPLP.5 500 † 152. c o m .B E L D E N .5 19.0 27.0 50.38 .8 0 0 .0 36.8 102. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. of Cond.41 .5 3. 100 30.017 .8 7. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.7 1000 † 304.8 1000 † 304.2 .5 23.41 .4 .016 82.8 213.3 100 30.4 1000 † 304.016 1000 † 304.4 100 30.8 7.41 .78 30 98 52 171 .017 .38 .5 500 † 152.4 73.4 52.41 .2 .4 .430 10.5 14.6 4.12 32 105 55 180 .017 .55 30 98 52 171 12 AWG Stranded (7x20) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket UL Style 2464 & 1424 83802 NEC: 2 See (300V 200°C) FPLP.34 Plenum-Rated Fire Alarm Power-Limited Fire Protective. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.43 .1 .016 500 † 152.015 .0 46.41 .8 6.6 80.8 .0 37.303 7. Type FPLP) UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.70 32 105 55 180 100 30.015 .1 6. † Spools are one piece.43 .5 14.M U L T I .43 .0 66.20 32 105 55 180 .376 9.3 .4 56.016 500 † 152.284 7. *Capacitance between conductors.7 .38 .0 18. ** pF/ m Description Part No.016 41.0 1000 † 304.5 .5 34. CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83803 NEC: 3 See FPLP.7 9.015 .5 25. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .311 7. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.015 .1 † 1000 304.21 30 98 52 171 100 30.1 • w w w .8 150.0 33.4 74. CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83806 NEC: 6 See FPLP.41 . Control and Instrumentation Cables Subject 1424 (NEC Article 760.016 500 † 152.0 .015 .41 . CMP Chart 2 CEC: (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 83754 NEC: 4 See FPLP. Color Code 14 AWG Stranded (7x22) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket UL Style 2464 & 1424 83752 NEC: 2 See (300V 200°C) FPLP.

Rise Time.2 5.50 Overall Beldfoil Shield: Audio.44 Special Audio.23 Overall Braid Shield 5.48 Overall Beldfoil Shield: Computer Cables 5.46 Plenum-Rated Cable 5.47 Cable Characteristics: Attenuation.24 Overall Foil/Braid Shield 5. Control and Instrumentation Cables 5.22 5. Cables 5.9 5.26 Computer P. Bit Rate 5. Control and Instrumentation Cables 5.23 Overall Spiral Shield 5. Bit Rate 5.35 Audio.16 Combination Unshielded and Braid Shield 5.14 Audio.43–5. Rise Time. Bit Rate High-Temperature Control and Instrumentation Cables Computer Cables Page No.34–5.4–5.3 5.37 Cable Characteristics: Attenuation. Control and Instrumentation Cables 5.33 Individually Shielded 5. Rise Time.4 5.S.54 Please refer to “Terms of Use of Master Catalog” on page 22.48–5.4 5. Bit Rate 5.S.5.40 Individually Shielded Pairs with Overall Foil/Braid Shield 5. Rise Time.24 Audio. Control and Instrumentation Cables 5.22 .10 5. Control and Instrumentation Cables 5. Control and Instrumentation Cables Overall Beldfoil® Shield Cable Characteristics: Attenuation. Communication and Instrumentation Cables 5.39 Audio.23 Audio.52 Individually Shielded Pairs: Low-Capacitance Computer Cables 5.54 Unshielded: Audio.1 Table of Contents Paired Cables Introduction Selection Guide: Shielded Multi-pair Computer Cables Unshielded Telephone Cables Audio. Control and Instrumentation Cables 5. Control and Instrumentation 5.33 Cable Characteristics: Attenuation. 5.O. Bit Rate 5. Control and Instrumentation Cables 5.25 Low-Capacitance Computer Cables 5.O.42 Cable Characteristics: Attenuation. Cables 5. Control and Instrumentation Cables 5.23 Audio.53 Individually Shielded Pairs: Audio.11 Paired Cables 5 Low-Capacitance Computer Cables 5.10–5.49 Overall Beldfoil Shield: Low-Capacitance Computer Cables 5.43 Low-Capacitance Computer Cables 5.34 Low-Capacitance Computer Cables 5.11 5. Rise Time.51 Overall Foil/Braid Shield: Computer P.52 Overall Foil/Braid Shield: Low-Capacitance Computer Cables 5.25–5.

c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . If you have a new or unusual application or you cannot find a paired cable in this catalog section that meets your technical requirements. shielding configurations. c o m . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . which results in lower crosstalk through common mode rejection. As an aid to proper cable selection. both the suggested working voltages and the maximum temperature ratings are indicated for each applicable paired cable selection. Due to the improved noise immunity of twisted pairs. Paired cables allow balanced signal transmission. Paired Cables Packaging Belden’s unique UnReel® cable dispenser is available for many of the paired cable products listed in this section. Many of these are available off the shelf from distributors.2 Introduction Belden® paired cable products are manufactured in a variety of gage sizes.B E L D E N .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5. they generally permit higher data speeds than multi-conductor cables. b e l d e n .8 0 0 . Most of our paired cables are available from stock. insulation materials.1 • w w w . dimensions. contact Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1. The letter “U” before the specified put-up length denotes UnReel packaging. and jacketing materials including Plenum and High-Temperature versions to meet the technical requirements of many different types of systems.

B E L D E N .15 Specifications Conductor Size: (AWG) 28 24 22 20 18 Page No.14 5.5 13  15 17 18  19 25  27 31  37 50 Capacitance †† (pF/ft.5   q           v     v q q  v v v q     q                           .27 5. ! = No drain wire. and RS-485 Applications* Cable Series** 9990 9841 9680        5.32  5. **All cables are UL-listed.0 30.28  5.0  65% !        65% q             65% v                        90% q      65% !                         5.0 13.5 35.42  5.8 15. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .31 5.0 30.5 12.0 15.0 12. b e l d e n . of Pairs Available: 1 2  3  4  5  6 7  8 9  10 11 12  12.3 Selection Guide Shielded Multi-Pair Computer Cables RS-232.5 30.17 5.5 12.0 11.1 • w w w .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.15       5.26 5.40 5.5 25. x Standard Drain Wire Key: q = Drain wire overall. † Foam high density polyethylene.0  30. RS-422.44 5.35 5.42   5. †† Capacitance may vary on some cables.8 0 0 .0 30.) 15. solid conductors.0 12. c o m 5 • Paired Cables Insulation: S-R PVC Polyethylene Polypropylene  Datalene® † Shield: Overall Foil Individual Foil Overall Foil/Braid  Braid Coverage 90% Drain Wire: (see key below) q No.29  5.0 35.30      65% q      65% q                                       11.11  5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . v = Drain wire each pair. 9804  8132  9829  8332  9501  8102  9729  8162  9302x 8302 8777 9873 9773 8132FO 1419A   S-R = Semi-rigid *Refer to specifications for recommendations. PVC Insulation.37  5.

0 45. see 88757 or 82757.0 17.B E L D E N .1 11.2 18.05 .5 9.4 Unshielded Telephone Cables Audio.25 .9 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 144.032 .81 .264 6. CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8743 NEC: MPG.032 .1 32.0 33.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5. CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8757 NEC: MPG.8 152.480 12.010 .4 152.25 .230 5.0 53.1 8.4 152.0 4.44 For stranded conductor Plenum version of 8743.350 8.4 U-304.0 18. see 88741 or 82741.4 U-304.035 .4 .289 7.010 .8 13.25 .25 . see 82743.7 19.5 14.8 4.010 .8 304.5 23.293 7.0 6.1 9. 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .3 . 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) . CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8742 NEC: MPG.010 .0 31.15 For stranded conductor Plenum version of 8742. see 82742.4 U-304.5 42.89 .8 0 0 .8 152.0 23.81 .4 U-304.4 U-304.8 304.8 7.25 .0 31.010 .19 22 AWG Solid Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2576 8740 NEC: (150V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8741 NEC: MPG.25 .96 2 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-500 U-1000 1000 500 U-1000 1000 500 U-1000 1000 U-500 U-1000 1000 500 1000 U-152.1 • w w w .5 25.3 28.8 152.4 6. 8 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .81 .81 .2 7. CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-500 U-1000 U-152.7 14.0 26.0 21.040 1.89 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .035 .010 .242 6.0 3.035 .1 20.3 12.89 .34 .5 71.8 10.032 .310 7.25 .8 79.0 20.323 8.4 U-304.2 9.156 3.25 .25 .032 .81 .8 U-152. b e l d e n .4 74. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.010 .87 25 See Chart 4 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.25 .81 .0 27.25 .0 35.8 U-152.010 .032 .4 304.0 35.010 .8 304.6 65.0 9.010 .032 .0 40. CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8744 NEC: MPG. of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft. c o m .5 .1 24.2 12.1 16.02 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.0 38.8 152.4 304.8 10.20 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.0 20.8 304.0 304.032 .199 5.81 .5 63.8 304.71 For stranded conductor Plenum versions of 8757.1 17.1 15.0 33.84 For stranded conductor Plenum versions of 8741.5 14.89 .4 U-304. Color Code 24 AWG Solid Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2576 9562 NEC: (150V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9566 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9570 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9585 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 2 See Chart 4 (Tech Info Section) 6 See Chart 4 (Tech Info Section) 10 See Chart 4 (Tech Info Section) U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 500 1000 U-152.8 304.5 51.6 .010 . 4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) . CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9160 NEC: MPG.

3 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .244 6.281 7.25 .5 11.8 304.B E L D E N .8 304.0 8.010 .25 .25 .2 25.575 14.440 11.0 100.81 .505 12.0 18.0 18.4 152.3 8. but length may vary -0% to +20% from length shown.81 .4 U-304.80 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .83 27 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000† 304.9 19.010 .4 U-304.5 42.0 304.8 0 0 . Control and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.2 15.53 . c o m 5 • Paired Cables .4 55.2 30.0 22.02 .8 109.010 .0 36.0 72. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2576 9744 NEC: (150V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9745 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9746 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8747 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8748 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9747 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8749 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9748 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8750 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 †Spools 2 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 500 1000 U-152.5 84.88 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.0 6.4 16.25 .5 .94 .4 304.1 • w w w .040 1.8 6.4 11.257 6.010 .032 .389 9.2 8.2 19.010 .02 .4 .8 3.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.4 152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.037 .4 304.040 1.5 152.010 .5 152.0 152.6 26.18 19 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0 59.5 Unshielded Audio.8 159.5 152.0 34.8 221.20 .032 .0 27.13 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .8 124.425 10.8 13.8 38.010 .8 12.4 64.14 .010 .6 43.81 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 26.25 .25 .8 U-152. of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.4 10.1 56.0 2.8 30.25 .2 5.5 14.61 are one piece. UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.0 37.25 .02 .035 .8 152.0 304.040 1.8 13.0 49.032 .320 8.1 .5 304.25 .4 81.89 .045 1.14 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 500 1000 30.5 29.0 .4 304. b e l d e n .1 6.010 .

15 .006 . CMP Black & Green.38 .0 26.0 20.6 7.012 .8 14.019 .1 • w w w .0 1. Black & White.29 500 † 1000 † 152. Black & White CMP CEC: CMP FT6 82742 NEC: 3 Black & Red.55 U-1000 † U-304.8 44.15 . CMP Black & Green.5 152. CEC: Black & Blue CMP FT6 ® Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest Jacket 300V RMS 82442 NEC: 1 Black & Red CMP CEC: CMP FT6 82741 NEC: 2 Black & Red.112 2. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 20.0 20.4 12.05 Black & Yellow.006 .015 .7 .2 9.15 .014 .5 .5 8. Black & Brown †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.3 5. Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88442 NEC: 1 Black & Red CMP CEC: CMP FT6 88741 NEC: 2 Black & Red.4 304. CMP FT6 100 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 30.0 16.1 3.006 .8 24. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .210 5.6 .36 .006 .1 .15 .30 .0 28. CEC: Black & Blue.4 304.014 .8 9.59 .0 8. Black & White. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .15 . but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.23 .8 152.006 .33 U-1000 † U-304.8 1000 † 304. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No. c o m . Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.8 32.0 8.85 1000 † 304. CMP Black & Green.8 .15 . Black & White. CEC: Black & Blue CMP FT6 82743 NEC: 6 Black & Red.014 .8 2. Black & White.8 1000 † 304.006 .36 .15 .B E L D E N .08 U-1000 † U-304.0 2.8 0 0 .36 .8 18.8 1000 † 304.006 .012 .8 1000 † 304. b e l d e n .0 10.0 8.36 .179 4.9 . Black & White CMP CEC: CMP FT6 88757 NEC: 4 Black & Red.191 4. CMP Black & Green CEC: CMP FT6 82757 NEC: 4 Black & Red.30 .3 .15 .0 4.102 2.006 .0 46.0 14.4 304.169 4.200 5.84 U-1000 † U-304.5 3.9 11.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.014 .6 Unshielded Audio.238 6. of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft.0 6.6 3.

1 • w w w .4 65.013 . b e l d e n . Control and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.5 13.022 .429 10.33 .2 8.013 .0 27.025 .38 .0 26.0 18.5 U-152.5 17.0 13.035 .02 .035 .5 50. White 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30.1 20.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.8 194.234 5.0 1.8 0 0 .0 1.5 5.0 19.33 .025 .8 2.7 Unshielded Audio.6 9.1 8.4 152.0 9. of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. Tan U-500 U-1000 1000 U-152.2 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 8205 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 UL AWM Style 2464 (300V 80°C) 9750 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 500 1000 30.028 .545 13. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .33 .1 88.5 40.8 125.0 4.8 8.8 9.30 9752 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.0 30.7 .8 304.4 6.1 45.299 7.8 9.89 .5 152.90 9755 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .1 4.040 1.64 .1 11.2 .0 22.4 U-304.4 U-304.8 3.0 4.015 .84 19 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 8486 NEC: CM CEC: CM 1 Brown.366 9.5 26.0 18.9 304.5 U-152.33 .9 29.013 .71 .89 .57 .1 152.4 U-304.5 18.59 9751 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 1000 30.0 .64 .8 304.4 304.5 304.8 304.4 6.4 304.8 12.6 .2 4.62 18 AWG Stranded (7x26) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 8461 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 Black.0 89.2 8.33 .013 .2 12.3 8.8 152.56 .8 56.B E L D E N . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.013 .180 4.94 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No. c o m 5 • Paired Cables .4 152.2 14.182 4.035 .89 .

00 8 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 500 1000 30.2 152.0 .4 152.8 152.89 .8 .9 11.4 U-304.30 .81 .2 14.40 .2 23.032 .3 39.0 65.014 .24 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.20 19 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .81 .333 8.31 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 1000 30.7 5.5 34.36 .014 .36 .6 37.36 .0 30.81 .8 12.4 304.17 .0 25.4 304.5 25.677 17.8 355.36 .B E L D E N .36 .81 .0 304.2 22.721 18.0 304.4 58.0 132.032 .4 179.040 1. UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.0 152.0 50.4 52.5 12.4 78.0 99.9 14.7 22.4 304.36 .014 .9 10.4 87.0 51.0 81.8 U-152.4 304.014 .31 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 49.0 8.5 U-152. Control and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No. see 89740.8 304.8 18.36 .5 24.3 .8 30.0 24.1 • w w w .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.032 .5 14.055 1.5 77.93 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.94 .032 .485 12.5 37.8 15.2 3.014 .8 0 0 .68 5 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .36 .8 115. of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 11.3 .4 .5 99.46 . c o m . .0 27.36 .8 220.051 1.8 170.8 152.8 Unshielded Audio.0 7.0 5.0 32.524 13. b e l d e n .4 29.7 10.4 304.3 12.600 15.014 .4 152.8 291.014 .4 152.381 9.014 .032 .5 30.7 45. 87740 or 82740.8 304.8 30.36 .5 3.5 152.8 152.391 9.4 35.347 8.014 .0 83.046 1.210 5.5 304.0 6.6 69.037 .81 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.433 11.5 66.4 U-304.32 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .035 .014 .0 26.33 For Plenum versions of 9740.81 .0 304.36 .4 41.4 146.0 161. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 18 AWG Stranded (16x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9740 NEC: (300V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9156 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8690 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9157 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9159 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8691 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9161 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 8692 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9741 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9742 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 9743 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 2 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 1000 100 500 1000 500 1000 U-152.014 .02 .0 152.0 16.

386 9.023 .4 152.2 13.009 .4 .147 3.6 .0 7.4 304. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .73 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2598 8471 NEC: (300V 60°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 Black.4 152.136 3.1 • w w w . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . White U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.4 152.032 .7 38. of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft.17 .031 .4 304.4 304.8 21.1 6.9 26. White U-500 500 1000 U-152.1 18. Color Code 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 89740 NEC: 1 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Black.17 .79 .0 15.035 .0 41.56 U-1000 U-304.3 .0 30.81 .9 Unshielded Audio.032 .0 1.0 20.0 43.0 15. CMP Red CEC: CMP FT6 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82740 NEC: 1 Black. b e l d e n .8 1000 † 304.0 16.8 . 1 Black.96 14 AWG Stranded (42x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2587 8473 NEC: (600V 90°C) CL3 CEC: FAS 90 FT4 See NEC Guidelines for applicable CL3 voltage ratings.0 4. White U-500 500 1000 U-152.140 3.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.81 .0 13. Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.81 .8 3.45 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 87740 NEC: 1 Black.1 6.28 .8 17.4 U-304.17 .006 .6 19.5 152.64 12 AWG Stranded (65x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair 1 Black.5 85. †Spools are one piece.8 304.5 58.0 18.8 29. CMP Red CEC: CMP FT6 500 † 1000 † 152.4 4.8 0 0 .274 6.89 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 9.5 43.58 .006 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.80 See NEC Guidelines for applicable CL3 voltage ratings. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.0 9.0 9.8 .340 8.8 19.38 . c o m 5 • Paired Cables PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2587 8477 NEC: (600V 90°C) CL3R .011 .032 .B E L D E N .23 .5 9.006 . Red 100 500 † 1000 † 30.4 304.015 .8 41.7 7.5 .

Signal source electrical characteristics: 50 ohms and 10% to 90% rise time less than 5 nanoseconds.3 0. 9305.2 0. 5000 4000 3000 9525 9550 9509 9510 9515 9519 9309 9315 9319 9327 Transmission Distance (Ft.4 0.0 1000 500 400 300 200 9302 9305 9306 9501 9502 9503 9504 9505 9506 Frequency (MHz) 100 0. c o m .7 0.1 0.0 3.0 4.5 1.5 0.0 3.3 0.B E L D E N .) 2000 1000 500 400 300 200 9302 9305 9306 9501 9502 9503 9504 9505 9506 9507 9508 100 0. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 8. 9309 9315.1 • w w w . 9515.0 2.3 0.0 0. 9319.0 2.3 0. b e l d e n .0 50.0 10.1 0.0 9302.4 0.0 40.0 Transmission Distance (Ft.0 3.0 10.1 0.0 2.) 4.0 2.) Charts assume 5% peak-to-peak time jitter as determined by eye pattern measurements of pseudorandom NRZ code.5 1.8 0 0 .0 20. 9306.0 5.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5.0 4.0 4.0 Bit Rate (Megabits/Sec.) 3000 2000 1. 9525.0 10.0 6. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 0.2 0. 9327. 9319. 9550 5000 4000 Rise Time 9525 9550 9509 9510 9515 9519 9309 9315 9319 9327 Attenuation (dB/100 Ft.2 0.10 Overall Beldfoil Shield Cable Characteristics Attenuation 9501-9510 10.1 0.0 0 to 50% Rise Time (Microseconds) Bit Rate Cables are terminated in their characteristic impedance.5 1.0 5.0 5.0 30.

4 23. see 89504 or 82504.0 1000 304.7 1.8Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 For Plenum version of 9502.0Ω/M′ .7Ω/km 17.0 Section) U-1000 U-304. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.8 41. † Spools are one piece.5 3.0Ω/M′ .64 55. Rise Time and Bit Rate data for this series on page 5. kg Nom. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.0 290.0 16.5 Section) U-1000 U-304.5 15.8 36.7 U-500 U-152.0Ω/M′ . see 89503 or 82503.7 U-500 U-152.15 23 75 40 131 Description UL NEC/ No.0 1000 304. Part C(UL) CEC of No. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 CSA AWM Ι A CEC: (Tech Info 500 152.265 6.74 23 75 40 131 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .289 7.8 (Tech Info 500 152. 9503 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 3 24. 150°C Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) VW-1 85168 8 100 † 500 † 1000 † 100 † 500 † 1000 † 30.5 (Tech Info 500 152.8 30. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. See Attenuation.8 30.344 8.3 2.4 3.64 .8 35.015 .4 15.2 7.2 57.1 7.8 14. see 82502. DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper * Capacitance between conductors.4 18.4 16.34 55.8Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 9504 4 9505 5 24. DCR Cond. see 89505 or 82505.0 Section) U-1000 U-304.0 6.0Ω/M′ 78. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.8 100 30.8 28.6 10000 3048.0Ω/M′ 78. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.8 14.4 U-500 U-152.73 55.0 100 30.8 32.7 13.7Ω/km 17.4 37. Tefzel is a DuPont trademark.015 . Part C(UL) CEC of No.8 8.8 0 0 .0 3.8 126.5 Section) U-1000 U-304. Imp.0 304.0 30.5 7.439 11. Capacitance Nom.4 15. †† Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources and United States Mine Safety and Health Administration certification.8Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 For Plenum versions of 9505.5 11.4 21. c o m 5 • Paired Cables For Plenum versions of 9504.0 131.6 152. Vel.1 • w w w .6 19.6 12. b e l d e n .5 6.5 4.156 3.7 1000 304.0 (Tech Info 500 152.7Ω/km 18.4 6.0Ω/M′ . m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9501 NEC: 1 See 100 30.8 28.5 3. . ** pF/ m Description Color Code 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Pairs Cabled Together • Overall Beldfoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • Drain Wire Tefzel® Insulation • Clear Tefzel Jacket High-Temperature 85164 4 See 300V RMS.89 55. Nom. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft.0Ω/M′ 78.4 24.4 14.0 1000 304.2 6. kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .10. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0Ω/M′ 78.6 1.3 .5 152.5 See Chart 3 24.222 5.025 .38 .0 3. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 13. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop. m Ft.5 (300V 80°C) CMG Chart 3 U-500 U-152.0 1000 304.0Ω/M′ 78. 24.9 16.96 59.0 (Tech Info 500 152.0Ω/M′ .0 12.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5.8 43.7Ω/km 17.5 6.1 9.5 6.0 304.232 5.64 .11 Overall Beldfoil Shield High-Temperature Control and Instrumentation Cables and Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications UL NEC/ No.2 28.8 71.4 18.0 U-500 U-152.B E L D E N .1Ω/km 75 60% 40 131 74 243 9502 †† NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 2 P-MSHA-SC-7K-182037 Shorting Fold 100 30.7Ω/km 17.8Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 For Plenum versions of 9503.025 .3 5.5 4.6 Section) U-1000 U-304.0 See Chart 3 See Chart 3 See Chart 3 1.0 100 30.4 14. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.38 .4 CMG FT4 2.4 62.8 10.0 1.8 6.

m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 7.7Ω/km 16.1 • w w w .4 78.0 30.5 U-500 U-152.10. see 82506.289 7.4 25.5Ω/M′ .3 24.2 3. Imp. but length may vary -0% to +20% from length shown.1Ω/km 9515 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24.5 16.0 30.0 11.8 60.368 9.5 152.4 23. kg Nom.1 70. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.5 31.6 33.7Ω/km 15.8 155.5 304.0Ω/M′ 78.417 10.5 6.12 Overall Beldfoil Shield Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.4 61.3 12.0 152.34 (300V 80°C) CMG Chart 3 U-500 U-152. Vel.48 54.0Ω/M′ .5 12.9 152.294 7.708 18.23 54.4 25.4 54. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5Ω/M′ .8 74.0 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) See Chart 3 Shorting Fold 9508 8 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 † 1000 † 30. Rise Time and Bit Rate data for this series on page 5.0 30.5Ω/M′ .1 15.7Ω/km 16.1Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 9550 50 Request Technical Bulletin T/8-4 30.7Ω/km 16.8 67.1 2.9Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.0 20.0Ω/M′ 78.0Ω/M′ 78.3 152.448 11.3 22.4 16.8 0 0 .7Ω/km 16.0 30. DCR Cond.0Ω/M′ 78. c o m .324 8.6 4.4 24. † Spools are one piece. See Attenuation.3 24.47 54.4 152.8 304.34 54. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .3 36.7Ω/km 16.5 304.5 6.0Ω/M′ 78. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.5Ω/M′ .7Ω/km 16.2 23.9 14. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.8 28.7 23.0 24.6 46.4 36. see 82509.7Ω/km 16.5 304.1Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 9519 19 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24.4 52.5 152.5 69.2 30.0 304. m Ft.1Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 For Plenum version of 9509.9 13.334 8.5 304. 75 60% 30 98 50 164 9507 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 7 100 30.1Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 9509 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24. Part C(UL) CEC of No.0Ω/M′ 16.0 55.8 152.0 Section) U-1000 U-304.0 304.5 304.0 10.5Ω/M′ .3 CMG FT4 Section) U-1000 U-304.4 153.4 3.0 30.4 27. 75 60% 30 98 50 164 9510 10 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24.5 10.0Ω/M′ 78. b e l d e n .5 7.0Ω/M′ 78.5 5.1Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 9525 25 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24.503 12. Nom.0 49. m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire (continued) Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9506 NEC: 6 See 100 30.8 51.4 2.8 47.5Ω/M′ .8 311.4 79.4 30. Capacitance Nom.5 5.0 1000 304.8 27.8 75 60% 30 98 50 164 1000 45.2Ω/M′ .6 54.0Ω/M′ 78.4 21.5Ω/km CSA AWM Ι A CEC: (Tech Info 500 152.B E L D E N .0 141.0 2.7Ω/km 52.5 11.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.8 49.8 54.5Ω/M′ .4 33.4 5.0 (Tech Info 500 152.8 102.1Ω/km For Plenum version of 9506. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.8 122.

8 31.9 11.88 21 69 40 131 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 29.8 16.8 19.015 .8 9.006 .014 .69 31 102 59 194 82502 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 2 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-500† U-152.006 .8 33.36 .4 10.36 .8 9.15 .5 152. Color Code Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82641 NEC: 1 See U-1000† U-304.1 2.175 4.8 35.197 5.106 2. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.29 25 82 45 148 82504 4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-1000† U-304.15 .8 .006 .8 34.0 2.6 7.192 4.0 13.0 1000† 304.0 152.0 9.8 49.9 304.8 2.006 .0 1000† 304.015 . kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.014 .8 24.45 21 69 40 131 (Tech Info Section) 89505 5 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 1000† 30.0 .0 152.162 4.15 .36 .0 U-1000† U-304.014 .6 8.15 .15 .4 304.014 .15 .0 . c o m 5 • Paired Cables 89504 4 See Chart 3 .4 13.015 .5 4.5 6.8 29.106 2.38 .0 .5 U-1000† U-304.13 Overall Beldfoil Shield Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications Plenum-Rated UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.36 .0 15.3 .1 • w w w .25 23 75 42 138 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88641 NEC: 1 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500† 1000† 100 500† 1000† 500† 1000† 30.196 4. b e l d e n .169 4.1 .8 18. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 U-1000† U-304.2 15.38 .7 4. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.006 .8 4.0 1000† 304.6 .8 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000† 304.90 25 82 45 148 82505 5 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-1000† U-304.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5.36 .69 31 102 59 194 89503 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.014 .15 .0 1000† 304.006 .193 4.0 4.31 25 82 45 148 82509 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .0 1.2 14.006 .0 1000† 304.8 14.246 6. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 304.4 6.4 8. ** pF/ m Description Part No.4 17.8 0 0 .0 13.0 8.36 .5 15.014 .1 1.98 25 82 45 148 82506 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-500† U-152.0 10.0 3.8 26.9 22.15 .15 .00 21 69 40 131 TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.4 8.006 . of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft. † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.15 .3 6.014 .8 21.38 .2 .0 8.014 .5 4.006 .006 3.0 304.36 .36 .11 25 82 45 148 82503 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 1000† 304.1 .B E L D E N .209 5.15 .006 .

5 65.1 20.0 36.1 20.6 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .270 6.0Ω/M′ 23. kg Nom.0 65. b e l d e n .0Ω/km 65.8 54.6Ω/km 120 78% 11.8 32.1 20.86 14.0Ω/M′ 23. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. m 28 AWG Stranded (7x36) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 28 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 8132FO NEC: 2 See (30V 80°C) CL2 Chart 5 (Tech Info) Section) 500 1000 152.0 12.545 13.8Ω/M′ .1 213. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. Imp.78 24.0 36.0Ω/km 65.85 120 78% 11. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop. Nom.445 11.0 36.6 8133FO NEC: CL2 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 152.215 5.1Ω/km 120 78% 11.11 14.4 65.0 36.4 27.5 17.B E L D E N .0 10.0 65.1 20.0Ω/M′ 20.8 31. Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.280 7.0Ω/M′ .1 65.0 36.8Ω/km 78% 11. Vel. DCR Cond.0 19.0 36. c o m .0 6. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0Ω/km 75.0Ω/km 58.0Ω/M′ 17.8 20.0 65.0 36.5 213.1Ω/km 120 78% 11.1 213.0 65.1 20.5 213.0Ω/km 51.4 14.0 65.9 65.6 8135FO NEC: CL2 5 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0Ω/km 75.1 • w w w .1Ω/M′ .1 213.6Ω/km 120 78% 11.250 6.8Ω/km 120 78% 11. Datalene insulation features include low dielectric constant and a dissipation factor for high-speed. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.88 19.0 304.35 213.1 20.6 8142FO NEC: CL2 12.6 8138FO NEC: CL2 8 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.46 9.0Ω/M′ 14.6 Z-Fold ® 8134FO NEC: CL2 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. m Ft.4 8. Capacitance Nom.8Ω/km 120 78% 11.0 65.0 5.0 65.0Ω/km 58. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.5 304.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.7Ω/M′ .5 304.1Ω/M′ .310 7.5 (12 pairs + 1 single) See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.385 9.4 42.8 0 0 .1 65.4 22.0Ω/M′ .1 20.0 65.4 11.6 8155FO NEC: CL2 25 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 152.14 Overall Beldfoil® Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-485 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.0 3.0Ω/M′ 17.0 65.0 6.3Ω/M′ 213.31 120 213. Part C(UL) CEC of No.4 13.7Ω/M′ .0Ω/M′ 20.0Ω/M′ 15.0Ω/km 4.5 304.5 65.0 36.7Ω/km .8 42.0 65.6 8148FO NEC: CL2 18 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 152.4 38.0 304. low-distortion data handling.1 20.

Nom.1 • w w w .8 0 0 .4 23.8 27.7 22 72 1420A NEC: CM CEC: CM FT 1 NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.2Ω/M′ . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.4 13.282 7.0 6.5 90.4 16.8 37.0Ω/M′ 78. kg Nom.63 49.4Ω/M′ .5 500 1000 152.2 9683 9 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.1Ω/M′ . Part C(UL) CEC of No.5 24.261 6.0Ω/km 100 66% 15.01 100 36.8 24.0Ω/M′ 78.7 22 72 (Tech Info Section) 1424A NEC: 12.0Ω/M′ .0 13.319 8.280 7.0 154. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.7Ω/km 78% 13 42. Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.3 24.47 47.0Ω/M′ 78.8 85.1 45.8 99.0 500.8 56.8 27.2Ω/km 100 78% 13 42.342 8.7Ω/km 15.7Ω/km 78% 13 42.0 304.5 24.5 6.8 48.2 Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 1419A NEC: 2 See (30V 80°C) CM Chart 5 CEC: CM FT1 (Tech Info Section) 500 152. low-distortion data handling.4 53.5 10000 3048.5 19.0Ω/M′ 78.0 140.0 15.7Ω/km 13.5 304.4Ω/M′ .1 24.6 10000 3048.2 35.0 10.0Ω/M′ 78.4 15.248 6.2Ω/km 100 78% 13 42.0 7.0 340.5 90.8 34. b e l d e n .30 49.30 100 39.0Ω/M′ 78.0 24.8 27.10 42. Datalene insulation features include low dielectric constant and a dissipation factor for high-speed.0 304. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.4Ω/km 66% 15.9 500 152.7Ω/km 100 78% 13 42.11 47.7Ω/km 14.2 9682 6 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. DCR Cond. m Ft.5 50.7 22 72 1421A 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.7Ω/km 12.4 1000 304.1 1000 304.9 20.7 22 72 .5 304.7Ω/km 15.4 29.7Ω/km 11.397 10.4 43.0Ω/M′ .4Ω/km 66% 15. c o m 5 • Paired Cables 1423A 6 See Chart 5 500 152.5 16.473 12.0 304.6 24.5 38.0 17.7Ω/km 13.307 7.7Ω/km 14.4 24.2 9684 NEC: 12.0 22.4Ω/M′ .8 1000 304.16 47.0 304.8 38.80 47. m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 9680 NEC: 3 See 500 (30V 80°C) CM Chart 5 1000 CEC: CM (Tech Info Section) 152.4 49.5 50.2Ω/km 100 66% 15.8 79.5 90.5 90.0 304.4 38.5 50.0 24. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.0Ω/M′ 78.8 27.8 43. Capacitance Nom.5Ω/km 100 78% 13 42.7 22 72 1425A 500 1000 152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 97.0 227.8 45.0 10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 11.5 50.5 See CM (12 prs.+ Chart 5 CEC: 1 single) (Tech Info Section) CM 500 1000 152.0Ω/M′ 78.6 44.2 9681 NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0Ω/M′ .7 22 72 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.10 100 39.+ Chart 5 CEC: 1 single) (Tech Info Section) CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 15 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0 7.7Ω/km 12.0Ω/M′ 78.0 310.9 24.294 7.8 30.0Ω/M′ 78.445 11.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.8 10000 3048.5Ω/km 100 78% 13 42.7Ω/km 14.4Ω/M′ .7Ω/km 14. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 13.0Ω/M′ .4 17.69 43.7Ω/km 13.4 25.0 19. Vel.5 90.8 27.15 Overall Beldfoil® Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-422 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.0Ω/M′ 78.0 21.5 See CM (12 prs.7 22 72 1422A 5 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.3 24.5 304.2Ω/km 100 66% 15.62 100 42.B E L D E N .7 17.4 25.1Ω/M′ . Imp.5 50.418 10.0 304.0Ω/M′ 78.1Ω/M′ .5 24.

see 88641 or 82641. U-1000 U-304. Blue.0 8.6 28.41 .0 .0 1000 ft.0 1.4 6.123 3.15 .8 11.8 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Red 1000 † 304.8 11.5 500v 152. Non-conduit 88641 NEC: 1 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Black.008 5. Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS. Green.12 31 CMR CEC: CMR FT4 Z-Fold® x 102 58 190 Red 1000 xv 304.4 3. Non-conduit 82641 NEC: 1 Black.69 31 102 59 194 TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. For cross-connect use with 1408R Snake Cables. Lt. Color Code Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shieldv (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyolefin Insulation • Black Matte PVC Jacket High-Flex NEC: 1 Black. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. U-1000 † U-304.7 .8 14. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.16 Overall Beldfoil Shield Audio.0 v 1000 304.9 .0 U-1000v U-304. b e l d e n .27 22 72 42 138 For Plenum versions of 8641.0 5.8 0 0 . White or Black) 300V RMS 1883A NEC: 1 Black. Red.008 .64 . Red 100 500 † 1000 † 30.20 .106 2.0 1.006 .5 304.020 .131 3.4 12.014 .6 .P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5.15 .014 .0 9. Brown. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.B E L D E N . of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 5.69 31 102 59 194 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS. c o m . Jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed with automatic stripping equipment.36 . † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.1 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2092 8641 NEC: 1 Black.4 7.61 .4 6.0 2000v 609.8 9. 1508A 300V RMS CM Red 500 v 1000 v 152.4 6.5 152. Purple.8 11. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.8 14.3 U-500v U-152.0 4.016 3.168 4.025 . Polypropylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in Gray. (300V 60°C) CM Clear CEC: CM 100v 30.0 .0 .8 2. v Beldfoil provides high reliability with ease of termination.1 .024 . put-up available in Gray only.0 2.1 2.5 2.36 .4 7.106 2.33 31 102 58 190 Jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed with automatic stripping equipment.7 4.51 .1 • w w w .20 .006 3. Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.2 6.4 304. ** pF/ m Description Part No.

See Attenuation.33 .14 . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0 104.0 6.5 .2 19.25 . low-distortion data handling.8 152.5 20.41 35 115 50 164 9319 19 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.4 U-304.1 • w w w .27 .0Ω/M′ .0 304.0 4.2 14.5 U-152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.363 9.81 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 52.013 .6 75.0 174.8 44.032 .032 . DCR Cond.78 26.265 6.8 54.013 . UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.4 85.4 67.33 .57 35 115 50 164 9327 27 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.045 1.7 28.33 .032 .22 35 115 50 164 9315 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.5 14. Vel.050 1.4 152.8 230. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.9 22.4 14.013 .4 U-304.5 60.8 0 0 .0 .81 .013 .5 43.0 22.81 . * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.0 10.8 140 For 38-pair polypropylene version of 8751.0 45.385 9. Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.1 .20 35 115 50 164 9305 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .0 31.0 304.3 28. Capacitance Nom. c o m 5 • Paired Cables Nom.0 31. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1 46.0 7.13Ω/km 26.013 . Part C(UL) CEC of No.5 86.00 35 115 50 164 9309 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5. Description UL NEC/ No.73 35 115 50 164 Shorting Fold 9306 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .17 Overall Beldfoil Shield Audio.013 . Control and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.2 16.0 38.03 30 98 42.2 10.615 15.037 . but length may vary -0 to +20% from length shown.02 . b e l d e n .033 .7 304.244 6.4 304.0 30.5 .315 8.4 304.710 18.4 152.10. m Ft.2 .449 11.1 2.33 . kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.33 .0 29.040 1.8 133.8 13.8 304. Imp.8 304.2Ω/km 150 78% 8. m .3 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. Nom. ** pF/ m Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 22 AWG Solid Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9302 NEC: (300V 80ºC) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 2 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-500 500 U-1000 1000 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 500 1000 U-152.5 15. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.5 .8 29. Datalene insulation features include low dielectric constant and a dissipation factor for high-speed.94 .B E L D E N . Rise Time and Bit Rate data for this series on page 5.33 . see 8752.8 15. kg Nom.8 384.8 165. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm 22 AWG Solid Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Duofoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded Tinned Copper Drain Wire Datalene® Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2668 9184 NEC: 2 Black & Yellow.5 62.013 .0 13. 60ºC 8751 51 Request Technical Bulletin T/8-4 1000† 304.33 .4 116. † Spools are one piece.8 30.495 12.5Ω/M′ 8.010 .62 35 115 50 164 300V RMS.0 59.4 304.2 39.84 . (300V 60°C) CM CEC: CM Red & Blue 500 1000 152.0 20. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft. of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.

018 .1 7. Red 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30.0 U-304.8 23.0 .035 .0 (300V 80°C) CMG Black 500 152.7 8.4 12.89 .41 .8 304.4 .013 5.0 3.0 .4 5.5 .8 9.4 11.0 5.18 Overall Beldfoil Shield Audio.118 3.6 .5 U-152. put-ups available in Black only.610 15.008 .5 21.5 .45 24 79 47 154 For Plenum versions of 8761.B E L D E N . U-500 U-152.8 609. UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.1 .8 3.89 .175 4.4 11. TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.0 18.0 116.025 .0 1000 304.0 17.8 21.0 21.8 0 0 .66 .9 . Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 200V RMS 80°C 8752 38 Request Tech Bulletin T/8-4 250 † 1000 † 76.0 304.14 . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.186 4. Control and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.5 U-1000 v U-304. 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Pale Fawn Beige Striated PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9414 NEC: 1 White.72 50 164 95 312 PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9462 NEC: (300V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 Z-Fold® 1 Black.0 11.3 80 x 8752 has a stranded tinned copper drain wire.2 16.0 10.0 29.0 4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 304.0 3048. Clear U-152. but length may vary -0 to +20% from length shown.33 .46 .1 • w w w .P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5.186 4.8 13.035 . kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.8 23.0 9. UL AWM Style 2092 (300V 60°C) 9461 NEC: CM CEC: CM 1 Black.0 36.6 1524.8 256. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 90. Minimum length of any piece is 1500 ft.4 U-304.57 24 79 47 154 The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment.4 U-304. Belden’s Miniature Type Broadcast Audio and Instrumentation Cables occupy 1/2 to 2/3 less space than standard cables.9 77.016 9.41 .5 CEC: CMG FT4 U-1000 1000 U-304.18 .4 . see 88761.5 304.64 .72 50 164 90 295 Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 8761 NEC: 1 Black.4 152.2 10. ††Length may vary -10% to +20% and may contain 2 pieces.3 40. U-500 v U-152.0 4.50 17 56 24.026 .0 9. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 152. of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.016 4.4 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 9.045 1. and U-1000 ft.007 6.8 14. c o m .2 65.5 10.00 40 131 76 249 U-500 ft.20 . 87761 or 82761.3 5. ** pF/ m Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 22 AWG Solid Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Solid TC Drain Wirex Polypropylene Insulation • Gray or Black PVC Jacket 300V RMS 75°C 8450 NEC: 1 Black.25 . b e l d e n .5 . † Spools are one piece. UL AWM Style 2092 CM Clear (300V 60°C) CEC: CM Z-Fold® U-500 500 U-1000 1000 2000 5000 10000†† U-500 U-1000 U-152.0 170.180 4.4 CM CEC: CM Z-Fold® v Red 7.010 5.0 1.

Purple. Purple.81 . Red & Black.19 Overall Beldfoil Shield Audio.0 220 v U-500 ft. UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.0 28. White or Black) 1503A NEC: 1 Black.0 300V RMS 105°C u 9.51 .51 .160 4.6 8. Red & Purple or Red & Gray) 9451D NEC: 2 Black. put-up available in Black only. b e l d e n .269 6.010 .20 .0 75.8 15.6 7. 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire 300V RMS Polypropylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in Brown. put-up available in Black only.032 .0 7. Control and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.20 .020 . 300V RMS 75°C Polypropylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in Black.B E L D E N . ** pF/ m Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire (continued) 300V RMS 75°C Polypropylene Insulation • Paper Wrap • Gray or Black PVC Jacket 8451 NEC: 1 Black. 1000 304. Drain wire is inside foil shield.18 .020 . Purple or White) 9451 NEC: 1 Black. Green.8 3. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.020 .0 T-1000 v T-304.9 .0 304.8 ft. PVC Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in Brown.008 3.3 .8 18. Unique design features lower capacitance and greater flexibility than standard audio pair constructions. 100 x 30. Orange.020 .8 15.23 x x .51 . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5. U-500 v U-152.127 3.20 .8 15. Green.8 34.3 .4 8. Yellow. Yellow.135 3.8 16.25 . Drain wire is inside foil shield.0 6.20 .2 6.5 152. Red. White or Black) 1266A NEC: 1 Black. c o m 5 • Paired Cables . Gray. Zero-Halogen Jacket 9451SB NEC: 1 Black.0 U-1000 U-304.51 34 112 67 220 100 ft. Red. 500 ft.43 35 115 67 CMR CEC: CMG FT4 Red 500 v 152.135 3. Gray.0 3. 174 97 318 Red F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1 . Orange.4 8.143 3.0 6.8 24. Green.0 1. Yellow.51 . of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. Blue.020 .017 .5 2.3 CMR CEC: CMG Z-Fold® x Red U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft. Gray.25 . 300V 105ºC Polyolefin Insulation • PVC Jacket in Zip-Cord Construction (Red & Green.270 6. Blue. Unique paper separator facilitates jacket stripping. Plenum • FEP Insulation • White Flamarrest® Jacket in Zip-Cord Construction 300V RMS 60°C u 9451DP NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 2 Black & Red.008 .86 220 q 2000 ft. Drain wire is inside foil shield.8 62.8 29.1 .8 0 0 ..5 3.007 .8 . Black & White 1000 304. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .61 53 300V 90°C CM CEC: CM TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. put-up available in Red & Green only. U-1000 U-304. The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment. Red.2 .63 30 99 54 CM CEC: CM †1000 177 Red 1000 † 304.4 8.4 8.008 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.010 .0 10.0 5000 1524.0 U-304.142 3.06 35 115 67 220 CMG-LS CEC: CMG-LS FT4 Limited Smoke Red The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment. Brown. Blue. U-1000 U-304. and T-1000 ft.43 .008 .3 7. Drain wire is inside foil shield. Orange. U-1000 U-304.1 x x .9 .51 .1 • w w w .8 16. Polypropylene Insulation • Black Low-Smoke. The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment.43 34 112 67 CMR CEC: CMR FT4 Red 2000 q 620.0 13.83 35 115 67 220 The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment.138 3.8 20.8 16. put-ups available in Gray only.

4 152.26 ††2000 ft. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.014 .25 . Color Code Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88761 NEC: 1 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Black.7 .4 17.006 3.014 .016 14.95 35 115 67 220 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Flamarrest Jacket (Black. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.8 64.2 .0 14. b e l d e n .0 304.02 35 115 67 220 Z-Fold® Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 87761 NEC: 1 Black.8 12.0 20.51 .5 .23 35 115 300V RMS 60°C u 67 220 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Red 5000 1524.36 .4 6. 22 AWG Stranded (19x34) TC Conductors • Dual Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire PVC Insulation • PVC Jacket in Zip-Cord Construction (Red & Green.44 27 89 49 161 The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment.8 15. The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment.020 . Drain wire is on the inside of foil shield.9 240. Drain wire is inside foil shield. U-500 † U-152.36 .5 76.8 11. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Brown. ** pF/ m Description Part No. 500 † CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Red 1000 † 152.017 .71 .0 .41 .63 57 187 100 328 x x CM Red 2000 †† 609.4 7.36 .214 5.5 23. Clear U-152.286 7. Red.143 3.006 5.5 23. Purple or White) 9451P NEC: 1 Black.95 35 115 67 220 Z-Fold® Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82761 NEC: 1 Black.016 6.15 .0 34.0 .0 150V RMS CEC: CM .4 7.18 27 89 49 161 UL AWM Style 2092 (300V 60°C) 9464 NEC: CM CEC: CM 1 Black. put-up available in Red & Gray or Red & Green only.0 3.014 .8 15.8 0 0 . (300V 60°C) CM Clear CEC: CM Shorting Fold 100 250 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 2000 10000 U-500 U-1000 30.5 12. Red 100 † 30.116 2.0 1. †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.204 5.6 3048.0 75. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.0 5. Orange.006 6. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.B E L D E N .4 5.8 14.007 .43 .15 .41 .0 U-304.0 109. c o m .5 500 † 152.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5.8 .0 5.0 10.3 2.4 3.0 1000 † 304. Gray.0 .89 . Red & Black.4 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® Red 7.2 1.18 .0 10.0 3.8 12. Drain wire is inside foil shield.0 1000 † 304. TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.15 .2 .127 3.20 Overall Beldfoil Shield Audio.0 6.0 3.010 .1 • w w w . Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.2 U-152.5 . * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 29.8 11.8 32.4 7.035 . Yellow. U-1000 U-304.028 .5 2. Blue.8 5.8 609. of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft.5 .4 U-304. Red & Purple or Red & Gray) Stereo Audio 1504A NEC: 2 Black.7 U-500 † U-152.8 32.0 U-1000 † U-304. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .119 3.0 The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment. U-1000 U-304.4 .5 U-1000 † U-304.5 46. 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2092 8762 NEC: 1 Black.1 7. Green.8 304.2 .116 2.

Red U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.4 .84 24 79 44 144 The jacket and shield are bonded so both can be removed on automatic stripping equipment.0 5. Drain wire is on the inside of foil shield.0 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Red U-1000 † U-304. 87760 or 82760. see 88760.030 .0 . Clear .014 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 8.5 304.028 .6 50.0 5. 1 Black.8 21.B E L D E N .81 51 167 97 318 Z-Fold® TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.0 1. U-500 U-152.5 10.0 260.198 5.2 U-500 U-152.2 6.36 .18 .1 • w w w .4 .014 5.150 3.5 .7 .2 .7 5.0 22.150 3.48 . but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.8 11.5 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Red 500 † 1000 † 152.5 3.0 1000 † 304. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.21 Overall Beldfoil Shield Audio.36 . b e l d e n .4 U-1000 U-304.4 13.031 .0 22.1 500 152.8 21.5 500 † 152. Red 100 30.03 60 197 100 328 18 AWG Stranded (16x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire UL AWM Style 2092 (300V 60°C) Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 8760 NEC: 1 Black. c o m 5 • Paired Cables Z-Fold® .8 25.18 .36 .0 9.48 .007 5.230 5.36 .0 11.019 U-500 U-152. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 61.8 24.007 10. ** pF/ m Description Part No. U-500 † U-152.79 .5 36.4 10.4 10000 3048.0 23.4 . Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.5 .76 .3 1000 304.0 135.7 5000 1524.5 .222 5.8 22. 9460 NEC: CM CEC: CM 1 Black.8 304.4 U-304. CM CEC: CM Clear Shorting Fold 250 76. 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire 300V RMS Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 88760 NEC: 1 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Black.8 0 0 .8 2000 609.4 12. † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.014 .4 12.4 13.7 .014 .0 11.9 10.0 U-1000 U-304. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .81 51 167 97 318 Z-Fold® 300V RMS Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket 87760 NEC: 1 Black. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.81 51 167 97 318 300V RMS Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 82760 NEC: 1 Black.18 .64 24 79 44 144 For Plenum versions of 8760.0 1000 † 304.9 U-1000 U-304.0 10.0 118.8 9.019 16. Color Code Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire (cont.8 3.) PVC Insulation • Beige PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9154 NEC: (300V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 Z-Fold® 9154 has 22 AWG stranded tinned copper drain wire.0 5.4 11.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5.5 12.007 4.0 10.8 22.71 .8 18.7 U-500 U-152.4 152.1 .150 3.0 5.5 6. of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft.8 26.4 12.

0 71. CL2 CEC: CM Clear Shorting Fold U-500 500 U-1000 1000 2000 5000 10000 U-152.6 34. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .6 1524.4 152.6 .032 15.5 90.9 32.0 198.8 0 0 .3 .81 . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0 138. CM.355 9.9 45.0 3048. b e l d e n .7 .8 609.037 22.81 .4 510.02 .0 15.6 47. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 24.0 231.4 .81 . c o m . CL2 Clear U-500 500 1000 2000 U-152.032 25.4 U-304. ** pF/ m Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 18 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire UL AWM Style 20253 (600V 80°C) Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 8719 NEC: 1 Black. CM.22 Overall Beldfoil Shield Audio.02 24 79 47 154 Z-Fold® 12 AWG Stranded (19x25) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 14 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire UL AWM Style 20253 (600V 80°C) Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 8718 NEC: 1 Black.95 23 75 44 144 14 AWG Stranded (19x27) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 16 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire UL AWM Style 20253 (600V 80°C) Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 8720 NEC: 1 Black.0 .16 25 82 49 161 Z-Fold® TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.400 10.1 • w w w .4 304.5 50.5 11.P A I R E D C A B L E S ® 5.032 . Control and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.5 245.4 304.B E L D E N .0 45.3 50.035 . of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.0 21. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.0 11.7 100.8 609. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.4 152.8 609.94 .1 .0 111.6 47.8 304. CL2 Clear U-500 500 1000 2000 U-152.3 62. UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.5 100.0 22.040 1.0 21.4 152.0 35.313 7. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .89 .

64 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 .8 37. of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft.7 .030 .51 .1 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 27.257 6.1 19.6 .8 9.8 39.0 43.3 . (300V 60°C) CM (1) Shld Clear CEC: CM (1) Unshld 500 U-1000 1000 152. Color Code Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm Combination • 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • TC Braid Shield Over One Pair (62% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2094 8732 NEC: 2: Black.0 14.4 U-304.4 U-304.76 .8 3.200 5.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.5 20.0 27.5 U-152.020 16.8 304. ** pF/ m Description Part No.38 .332 8.8 17.64 .8 4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .025 .015 6.4 152.4 17.B E L D E N .1 19.56 .025 .9 .8 304. Red 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30.6 14.7 21.0 11.8 0 0 .4 6.206 5.64 .3 12.0 304.33 49 161 86 282 Overall Braid • 18 AWG Stranded (16x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair • Separator + TC Braid Shield (73% Coverage) Rubber Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 80°C 8208 1 Red.0 42.025 . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.1 • w w w .08 48 157 85 279 Overall Braid • 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Polyester Tape + TC Braid Shield (86% Coverage) • Stranded TC Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2095 8441 NEC: (300V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 Black.38 . c o m 5 • Paired Cables .0 1. White 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft. Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No. Red 1000 304.53 46 151 77 253 TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.4 152.0 7. b e l d e n .4 12. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.43 21 69 37 121 Overall Braid • 22 AWG Solid TC Conductors • Twisted Pair • Polyester Tape + TC Braid Shield (88% Coverage) • 22 AWG Solid TC Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2095 8437 NEC: (300V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 Black.022 9.210 5.5 .8 25.015 .5 U-304.23 x x .23 Combination Unshielded and Braid Shield and Overall Braid Shield Audio.0 2.5 U-152.

64 .64 .5 U-304.180 4.4 U-304.9 .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.1 .7 .57 40 131 70 230 Overall Spiral • 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair • Tinned Copper Spiral Wrapped Shield (89% Coverage) PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2095 8759 NEC: (300V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 Black.7 15.015 4. b e l d e n .B E L D E N .025 . 1 Black. of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 20.05 47 154 79 259 Overall Spiral • 18 AWG Stranded (7x26) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair • Tinned Copper Spiral Wrapped Shield (85% Coverage) PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 60°C 8790 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 Red.199 5.8 10.1 • w w w .280 7.8 304. Red U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.0 5. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.24 Overall Spiral Shield Audio.5 U-304.022 7.0 7.8 46.5 9.8 44.4 23.0 20. c o m .4 152.4 U-304.9 .11 57 187 98 322 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 10.9 .4 12.8 24.4 .1 9.0 20.12 53 174 92 302 Overall Spiral • 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair • Tinned Copper Spiral Wrapped Shield (85% Coverage) PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 300V RMS 60°C 8780 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 *Capacitance between conductors.028 .030 . * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.38 .0 304.016 10.8 0 0 . ** pF/ m Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm Overall Spiral • 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair • Tinned Copper Spiral Wrapped Shield (85% Coverage) PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2095 8737 NEC: (300V 80°C) CMG CEC: CMG FT4 1 Black.0 33.8 304. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0 304.5 17.8 . Red U-500 U-1000 1000 U-152. White U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152. UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.8 17. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.58 . Control and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.71 .4 152.8 25.023 20.025 .0 15.7 . White 500 U-1000 1000 152.5 10.56 .0 35.9 11.0 4.241 6.76 .41 .

0 50.) 9841.0 Bit Rate (Megabits/Sec.1 • w w w .) 3000 2000 8132 1000 500 9841. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 8102 9829 9804 8302 100 .5 0.0 2.0 2.8 0 0 .0 8.2 0.0 Transmission Distance (Ft. b e l d e n . c o m 5 • Paired Cables .) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1 0.1 0.0 10.0 4.0 30.0 10.0 1000 500 Frequency (MHz) 100 .01 1.5 1.0 40.3 0.3 0.0 0 to 50% Rise Time (Microseconds) Bit Rate 5000 Transmission Distance (Ft. 8102 3000 2000 9829.01 0.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.0 6.2 0. 8102 9804 8302 1.0 3.B E L D E N .1 1.25 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Cable Characteristics Attenuation 10.0 10.0 8302 9804 9829 8132 5000 Rise Time 9841 8132 Attenuation (dB/100 Ft.0 20.) 4.7 0.0 5.0 0.

27 100 66% 15. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .9 27.0 64.5 304.1Ω/km 14.3 152.5 90.90 100 66% 15.26 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-422 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.9Ω/M′ 29.429 10.9 152.8Ω/km 17.8 44.9 27.44 6.9 212.5 304.9Ω/M′ 24. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.9 27.0 30.5 212.4 14.8 152.2 64.9Ω/km 28.37 11.5 304.0 30.5 3. DCR Cond.1Ω/M′ .9Ω/km 37.9Ω/km .4 64.0 304.0 30.0 152.8Ω/km 15.8 0 0 .9Ω/M′ 15.9Ω/km 13.365 9.9 27.4 18.5 90. m 28 AWG Stranded (7x36) TC Conductors • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (90% Coverage) • 28 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2960 9804 NEC: 2 See 100 (30V 60°C) CL2 Chart 3 500 (Tech Info Section) 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30. m Ft.64 7.6 64.8 108.5 90.4 31.6 212.5 90.9 27.0 304.290 7.9Ω/km 49.9Ω/km 13.9Ω/M′ 3. Nom.8 66.7 2.5 90.5 50.5 8.2Ω/M′ .4 25.9Ω/km 12. b e l d e n .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.7 2.5 90.0 304.0 304.3 212.5 50.0 304.5 50.4 34.7Ω/km .1 3.5 6.4 54.8 64.4 64.214 5.9 27.5 64.0 30.1 212.9 27.8 62.0Ω/M′ 6.7 152.8 35.9Ω/M′ 4.240 6.0 30.02 7.2 9814 NEC: CL2 31 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 2.5 4.0Ω/M′ .5 90.9Ω/M′ 6.5 1.8Ω/M′ 9.8 32. Vel.9 27.319 8.9 27.5 304.0 30.5 50. Imp.9 152.222 5.9Ω/km 30.2 9813 NEC: CL2 13 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 2.2 9805 NEC: CL2 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 66% 15.5 11. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.1 • w w w .5 50.2 212.0 64.8 212.9Ω/M′ 4.9Ω/M′ 4.9Ω/km 13.1Ω/km 17.1Ω/km 20.9 27.2Ω/km .8 64.53 100 66% 15.4 41.0 304.3 152.5 90.2 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.5 304.5 4.9 64.2Ω/km .2 9807 NEC: CL2 5 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 66% 15.0 3. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.5 90.5 7.73 100 66% 15.2 9809 NEC: CL2 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 66% 15.336 8.6 212.7 2.B E L D E N .2 9825 NEC: CL2 25 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1.5 50.0 64. kg Nom.0 2.4 20.9Ω/M′ 18.7Ω/M′ .5 90.2 9808 NEC: CL2 7 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 66% 15.2 152.0 1.9Ω/M′ 4.8 53.237 6.2 3.10 8.5 50.2Ω/M′ 7.7 152.9 27.5 50.5 5.1 212.256 6.9 152.3 212.8 39.5 50.462 11.9Ω/km 10.4 17.0 30.0 30.9Ω/km 16.2Ω/M′ .8 127.9Ω/M′ .8 39.9Ω/km 57.4 15.9 2.9Ω/M′ 3.0 30. Part C(UL) CEC of No.0 30.9Ω/M′ 14.3 152.2Ω/km .2Ω/km 24.5 9.0 212.5 4.8 82.3 4. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. Capacitance Nom.1Ω/M′ 6.2 9806 NEC: CL2 4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 66% 15.50 9.5 50.2 9812 NEC: CL2 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 66% 15.5 50. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 4.5 90.10 100 66% 15.2 9819 NEC: CL2 18 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 2. c o m .1 5.2 64.

6 3.4 33.1 152.1 20.0Ω/km 17.1 20.1 213.0 30.0 30.8 213.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5. kg Nom.375 9.2 1. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.5 11. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.0 65.5 (12 pairs + 1 single) See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 120 78% 11. Part C(UL) CEC of No.6 8155 NEC: CL2 25 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 2.7 65.6 304.0Ω/M′ 4.0 65.27 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-485 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.0 36.62 19.4 64.0 36.59 6.0Ω/km 16.35 120 78% 11. m 28 AWG Stranded (7x36) TC Conductors • Overall Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65% Coverage) • 28 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 8132 NEC: 2 See (30V 80°C) CL2 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 1000 30. low-distortion data handling. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.5 304.0 30.6 8148 NEC: CL2 18 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) .5 65.4 15.4Ω/M′ .2Ω/M′ .5 3. Vel. Capacitance Nom.0 30.8 39.0 36.1 213.3 152.5 3.8 5.0 304.9 3.37 8.4 18.0Ω/M′ 29.0 304. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. DCR Cond.5 152.6Ω/km .0 36.5 304.1 • w w w .8 66.0 30.0Ω/km 14.1Ω/km 15. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 152.0 30.330 8.8 29.B E L D E N .5 6.8 34.6 152.53 15.300 7.8 0 0 .6 Shorting Fold 8134 NEC: CL2 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 120 78% 11.465 11.6 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.0 36.0Ω/km 10.5 5.4Ω/km 120 78% 11.0 2.7 2.0 2.1 65.0Ω/M′ 5.4 14.0Ω/km 41.86 6.2Ω/M′ .5 2.6 8135 NEC: CL2 5 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 120 78% 11.6 213.2 213.1Ω/km 29. Imp.0 213.8 52.1 65.5 4.9 65.0 65.8Ω/km 120 78% 11.6 8133 NEC: CL2 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 120 78% 11.8 152.3Ω/km 17.0 65.0Ω/km 12.1 20. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 65.0 36.0Ω/km 13.7Ω/M′ . Nom. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. c o m 5 • Paired Cables Datalene insulation features include low dielectric constant and a dissipation factor for high-speed.8 92.6 152.0 65.6 8142 NEC: CL2 12.565 14.0 65.0 36. b e l d e n .0Ω/M′ 3.6Ω/km 13.3Ω/M′ 7.0Ω/M′ 5.0 304.5 4.1 20.1Ω/M′ . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1 20.4 27. Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.5 8.8 121.0Ω/km 55.3 213.6 213.1Ω/M′ .0 304.6 65.4 47.0 65.1 20.3Ω/km 23.0Ω/M′ 21. m Ft.0Ω/M′ 3.1 20.290 7. .38 12.1 20.8 42.81 120 78% 11.0 65.220 5.0 1.0 36.0 65.6Ω/M′ 8.0Ω/M′ 4.270 6.0 304.6 8138 NEC: CL2 8 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.

2Ω/M′ 7.7Ω/km 2.4 13.2Ω/km .93 120 76% 12 39.4 19.2 2.B E L D E N .0Ω/M′ 78.0 23.0 23. Imp.2 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 89841 NEC: 1 See 500 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 152.0 8. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft.5 37.9Ω/km .2 24.4Ω/M′ .0 11.0 23.0 30.14 120 66% 12.5 4.8 0 0 .8 67.4 22 72. Nom.18 10. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.7Ω/km 3.8 42.7Ω/km 3.5 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82841 NEC: 1 See 500 152. see 82842.8 40.91 120 66% 12.8 27.0 152.7 24.8 152. c o m .0 75.9Ω/km . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 For Plenum versions of 9841. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.1Ω/M′ . pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.204 5.0Ω/M′ 78.8 49. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0 9. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom. m Description Color Code 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Overall Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (90% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 9841 NEC: 1 See 100 (30V 80°C) CM Chart 5 500 DMX 512 CEC: (Tech Info 1000 CM Section) 30. .5 5.4Ω/M′ 7.1 12.8 24.2Ω/km 120 76% 12 39.0 6.4 25.6 19.7 30.5 304.1Ω/M′ .232 5. see 82841 or 89841.64 For Plenum versions of 9842.9 3.2Ω/km 120 76% 12 39.360 9.4 25.8 83.0 11.5 304.0 30.28 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-485 Applications Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ No.4 34.7Ω/km 3.8 26.2 300V RMS 82842 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 2 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. DCR Cond.0 75. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 300V RMS 89842 u NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 2 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.1 • w w w .390 9.5 19.0Ω/M′ 78.4 22 72.0Ω/km 120 66% 12.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.3 152.2Ω/km 120 76% 12 39.2 15.4 20.7Ω/km 2.0 75.7Ω/km 2.0 6.8 42.4 13.7v/km 3.0Ω/M′ 78. b e l d e n .5 9843 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24. 120 66% 12.4 22 72.0 75. kg Nom.1 24.0 304.305 7.0 2.1Ω/M′ 6.5 9842 NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 2 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 500 1000 24.8 57.0Ω/M′ 78.273 6.7Ω/km 2. m Ft.202 5.4 22 72.1 152.6 13.4 43.4 29.6 22.3 24.1 18.0Ω/M′ 78.0 304.0 23.8 42.75 10.0 304.2 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.5 304.8 42.0 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.89 11.3Ω/M′ 7. Vel.1Ω/M′ .0Ω/M′ 78.340 8.5 304.7Ω/km 9844 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.13 10.5 7.8 42. Capacitance Nom. Part C(UL) CEC of No.0Ω/M′ 78.

c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 30.8Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 8335 5 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24. c o m 5 • Paired Cables 100 500 1000 30.5 16.5 304.9 7.4 35.4 33.5 11.4 43.8 152.49 15.5 304.405 10.1 14.5 304. b e l d e n .4 20.5 14.7Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 Z-Fold® 8334 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.0Ω/M′ 78.4 25. Part C(UL) CEC of No.4 96.321 8.3 2.7Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 8333 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 500 1000 24.5 304.7Ω/km 4.5 6.7Ω/km 5.310 7. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.7Ω/km 4.480 12.1 152.7Ω/km 2.0 14.2 3.6 24.8 0 0 .1 19.0Ω/M′ 78.7Ω/km 4.5 4.2Ω/M′ .8 109.0 49.5 5.8 152. m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65% Coverage) Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 8332 NEC: 2 See 100 (300V 80°C) CMG Chart 5 500 CSA AWM Ι A CEC: (Tech Info 1000 CMG FT4 Section) 30.5Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 8342 12.35 17.385 9.9 29.3 24.7Ω/km 3.0 30.29 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.5 304.5 (12 pairs + 1 single) See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.7 40.7Ω/km 2.8 44.30 10. Nom.5 304.0Ω/M′ 78.0Ω/M′ 78.295 7. Capacitance Nom. Vel.7Ω/km 3.4Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 8340 10 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.5 6.1 152.7Ω/km 4.0 30.5 28.9 5.8 57.7Ω/km 6.3 152.8 90.5 4. m Ft.5 304.5Ω/M′ 8. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.4Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 8337 7 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.0Ω/M′ 78.4 78. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.1 • w w w .15 15.0Ω/M′ 78.0 30.5 6.8Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 8345 15 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.288 7.6Ω/M′ .5Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 UL AWM Style 2464 (300V 80°C) 8348 18 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 8355 25 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.9 88. Imp.0Ω/M′ 78.7Ω/M′ .4 16.8 69.8 65.250 6.0 152.0Ω/M′ 78. DCR Cond.0 1.5 304.0 152.0 30.8 62.445 11.3 28.0Ω/M′ 78.87 15.0Ω/M′ 78.0 43.73 21.0 304.0 6.0 304. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.4 29.7Ω/M′ 8. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.7Ω/M′ .2Ω/km .5Ω/M′ .8 195.19 75 60% 30 98 50 164 .3 20. kg Nom.5 4.2 9.5 304.0 30.0 30.4 61.550 13.4 55.5 9.6Ω/M′ .9 3.8 123.7Ω/km 3.9 24.1Ω/km 75 60% 30 98 50 164 8336 6 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.0Ω/M′ 78.7 13.97 75 60% 30 98 50 164 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.2 22.8 49.6Ω/M′ .B E L D E N .29 11.0 152.0 55.5Ω/M′ .8 37.4Ω/M′ .8 2.4 31.4 22.32 14.8 152.2 152. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.5 152.78 11.265 6.9Ω/km .4 10.1 2.0 25.

m Ft.64 100 66% 15.0 19.2 9836 12 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 500 1000 30.4 87.0 51.0 24.2 9832 5 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.39 14.8 13.5 90.2 9835 10 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0Ω/M′ 78.9 27.0 2.8Ω/M′ 9.0 2.4Ω/M′ .40 12.5 304.0 4.5 10.9Ω/M′ .5 90.5 50.2 9831 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 500 1000 30.0 304. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.4 113. Vel.4 26.0 14.2 9834 9 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.5 90.7 25. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.0Ω/M′ 78.2Ω/km .5 304.670 17.5 50.4 30.0 24.1Ω/M′ 6. DCR Cond.5 50.4 3. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.1 • w w w .419 10.7Ω/km 3.38 12.305 7.9Ω/M′ 6.5 6.1 10.30 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-422 Applications Description UL NEC/ No. Imp.4 24.9 27.0Ω/M′ 78.7Ω/km 3.8 77. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.2Ω/km .6Ω/km . * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.567 14.5 50. c o m .7Ω/km 2.8 174.7Ω/km 4.8 39.9Ω/M′ .8Ω/km 100 66% 15.5 6.0Ω/M′ 78.2 *Capacitance between conductors.0 30.5 50.8 93.4 24.8 102.0 152.7Ω/km 1.370 9.8Ω/km .5 90.5 4. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0Ω/M′ 78.7Ω/km 3.330 8.4 22.7Ω/km 2.4Ω/km 100 66% 15. m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65% Coverage) • TC Drain Wire† Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 9829 NEC: 2 See 100 (30V 80°C) CM Chart 5 500 CEC: CM (Tech Info Section) 1000 500 1000 30.9 51.B E L D E N .5 90.4 152.338 8.4 32. Part C(UL) CEC of No.8Ω/km 100 66% 15.4 24.4 51.1 31.9 27.5 304.9 27.9 27.8 65.0 21.7Ω/km 2.8 58.8 43.02 100 66% 15.291 7.7Ω/km 2.5 16.9 27.4 47.5 50.5 90.8 0 0 .4 38.0Ω/M′ 78.1Ω/km 100 66% 15.8Ω/M′ 9.464 11.0Ω/M′ 78.451 11.5 50. Capacitance Nom.0 17.5 12.5 304.5 304.7Ω/M′ .5 50.0Ω/M′ 9.8 69.9 27.0 152.4 57.9 27.5 90.2 9838 †24 AWG stranded TC drain wire.9 27.40 100 66% 15. DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper 25 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 152.0Ω/M′ 78.6 26.6 152.0 304.364 9.5 50.5 35.9 27.5 50.5 90.3 24.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.0Ω/M′ 78.2 9830 Z-Fold ® NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.8 114. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .9Ω/km .1 24.8 29. b e l d e n .7 152.9 27.7Ω/km 3.2 9837 18 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.79 100 66% 15.46 100 66% 15.7Ω/km 4. Nom.5 304.8 53.0 304. kg Nom.5 50.2 9833 7 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.5 90.4 42.5 90.2 152.1 24.5 90.25 100 66% 15.0Ω/M′ 78.0 304.4Ω/M′ . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 152.59 12.4 46.2Ω/km .4 35.0Ω/M′ 78.4Ω/km 100 66% 15.8 79.74 14.0 23.2 9839 6 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.0Ω/M′ 6.

Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.5Ω/km 100 78% 12.2 8115 15 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.86 15. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 41 22 72.0Ω/M′ 78.7 152. Vel.7 100 30.19 12.85 100 78% 12.0 6.5Ω/M′ .0 20.0Ω/M′ 78.5 9.1 2.0 304.4 19.0 152.4 304.1 • w w w .66 11.9 26.2 8106 6 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.0 380.7Ω/km 3.1Ω/M′ 6.1 45.0Ω/M′ 78.5 41 22 72.9Ω/km .632 16.6Ω/M′ 8.4 3.3 45.4 51.427 10. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.8 5. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.0Ω/M′ 78.0 490.5Ω/km 100 78% 12.0 430.4Ω/M′ 7.0Ω/M′ 78.6Ω/M′ .2 23.9 13.5 41 22 72.2Ω/M′ .7 24.7Ω/km 3.5 41 22 72.270 6.0Ω/M′ 78.2 8107 7 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.4 44.0 53.9 Section) 10000 3048.8 3.5 20.5 41 22 72.8 63.0 28.8 191.9 (Tech Info 1000 304.5 152.0Ω/M′ 6.302 7.8 33.5 304.05 100 78% 12.8 28.537 13.1Ω/M′ .9Ω/km .18 100 78% 12.57 100 78% 12.03 13.8 42.5 90.66 11.5 (Tech Info 1000 304.8Ω/km 100 78% 12.1 Section) 10000 3048.3 30.5 41 22 72.6 37.8 144. Nom.5 86.5 72.0 30.7Ω/km 2.5 41 22 72.8 24.7 20.7Ω/km 4.6 3. m Ft.9 4.0 8.341 8.2 8118 18 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.2 8125 †24 AWG stranded TC drain wire.0 304.5 41 22 72.5 17.4 304.5Ω/M′ .2 8108 8 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.9Ω/km .7Ω/km 4.7Ω/M′ 8. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.4 304. low-distortion data handling.6 12.4Ω/M′ 7.0Ω/M′ 78.1 32.4 304.8Ω/M′ .7Ω/km 3.8 30.8 46.9 28. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . kg Nom.B E L D E N .5 5.40 100 78% 12.5 152.5Ω/km 100 78% 12.0 195.0 9. c o m 5 • Paired Cables .4 70.440 11.6 2.5Ω/km 100 78% 12.0 2.3 500 152.67 13.5 100 30.5 152.0 222. DCR Cond. Part C(UL) CEC of No.0 7.8 30. Capacitance Nom. DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper 25 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.31 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-422 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.0 24.8 101.7 (Tech Info 1000 304.4 304.2 8110 10 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.7Ω/km 2.8 30.5 116.1Ω/km 100 78% 12.283 7.7 24.2 152.5 41 22 72.0 6.0Ω/M′ 78.4 304.2 8104 4 See Chart 5 24.3 Section) 10000 3048.7Ω/km 2. b e l d e n .0Ω/M′ 78.5 41 22 72.1 15.4 98.9 500 152.316 8.2 8112 12.341 8.0Ω/M′ 78.0Ω/M′ 78.64 100 78% 12. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.2 8103 Shorting Fold NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 3 See Chart 5 24.7Ω/km 2.8 0 0 .5Ω/km . Imp.9 52.1 2.0 19.4 21.0 7.8 30.5 8.7 40.0 63.0 65.4 17. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.0 32.5 4.495 12. Datalene insulation features include low dielectric constant and a dissipation factor for high-speed.7Ω/km 2.5 152.370 9.5 9.2 *Capacitance between conductors. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0 6.5 41 22 72.5 4.0Ω/M′ 78.0 172.9Ω/km .5 (12 pairs + 1 single) See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 30.5 41 22 72.7Ω/km 2.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.7Ω/km 4.6Ω/km . m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65% Coverage) • Drain Wire† Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 8102 NEC: 2 See (30V 80°C) CM Chart 5 CEC: CM 100 30.5 58.0 17.3 152.5 13.1 1.8 38.2 8105 5 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 500 1000 30.1 500 152.5 152.7 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 24.

1Ω/M′ .5 152.0Ω/M′ 49. Nom.5 152.0Ω/M′ 49.5 15.2Ω/km 4.0 304.0 30.6 18.6 2.1 • w w w .4 54.4 304.4Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 8307 7 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.9Ω/M′ 9.7 46.8 30.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.5 23.56 13.75 70 60% 35 115 63 207 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.5 304.2Ω/km 3.0 30. b e l d e n . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 79.2Ω/km 4.7 152.5Ω/km .86 20.4 304.13 16.6 18. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.0 44.0 35.6 4.0 6.5 11.8Ω/M′ .59 70 60% 35 115 63 207 8325 25 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.0Ω/M′ 49.8 196.5 48.384 9.4 72.0Ω/M′ 9.5 152.4 304.5 152.2Ω/km 6.0Ω/M′ 49.4 85.5 65.1 15.0 2.0Ω/M′ .0Ω/M′ 49.32 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications Description UL NEC/ No.60 18.0 5.4 60.9 5.5 3.2 89.0 27.348 8.0 41.0 5.5 19.9 19.0 8.9 32.0 85.7Ω/km 70 60% 40 131 72 236 8303 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.4 304.4 126. Imp.8 167.0 38.7Ω/M′ .0Ω/M′ 49.6 21.4Ω/M′ .4 304.8 3.8 30. c o m .2 25.0Ω/M′ 49.8Ω/km .7 152. Part C(UL) CEC of No.8 30.348 8.8 121.4 152.7Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 8306 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.18 13.4 97.2Ω/km 5.1 8.9 30. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.0 15.0 304.7 32.84 16.9Ω/M′ .0 67.5 12.0Ω/M′ 49. m 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65% Coverage) Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 8302 NEC: 2 See 100 (300V 80°C) CMG Chart 3 500 CEC: CMG FT4 (Tech Info Section) 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.B E L D E N .75 14.0Ω/M′ 49.8 101.7 22.4 50.4 3.8Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 8315 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.502 12.0 8.0 112.6 42.8 30.75 12.2Ω/km 5.5 152.0Ω/M′ .8 7.9 152.0 30.8 30.8 246.4Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 UL AWM Style 2464 (300V 80°C) 8310 10 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.1 15.2Ω/M′ . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .2 35.2Ω/M′ .8Ω/M′ .4 304.8 4.0 76.4 304.3Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 Z-Fold ® 8304 4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.1 10.4 11. Vel.620 15.455 11. Capacitance Nom.5 10.5 152. m Ft.5 152.0Ω/M′ 49.1Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 8305 5 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.322 8.1 39.0 39.8 140. kg Nom.4Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 8312 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.18 15.2Ω/km 5.5 304.0Ω/M′ 49.0 8.0 7.2Ω/km 2. DCR Cond.2Ω/km 4.0 30.2Ω/km 4.0 14.0Ω/M′ 49.7 29.1 152.270 6.84 16.8 63.320 8.260 6. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.535 13. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.8 3.2Ω/km 3.8 0 0 .0 57.440 11.5 304.5 17.5Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 8318 18 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4Ω/km 70 60% 35 115 63 207 8308 8 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.2Ω/km 4.3 15.

Capacitance Nom. m Description Color Code 22 AWG Solid TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (90% Coverage) • TC Drain Wire UL AWM Style 2582 (150V 60°C) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 1268A NEC: 2 Red & 1000 CM CEC: CM Blue.9 27. see 89696. Black & Yellow 500 152.10 54. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.6 Black & Yellow 22 AWG Solid BC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (58% Coverage) • TC Drain Wire UL AWM Style 2919 (30V 80°C) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 9696 NEC: 2 1 Pair: 500 CM CEC: CM Blue & White w/Blue Stripe 1 Pair: Orange & White w/Orange Stripe 1000 152.0 20.9Ω/km 100 69.2Ω/M′ . May contain 2 pieces.4 1000 304.2Ω/M′ 4.5Ω/M′ 3. † Spools are one piece. 300V RMS.6 BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.1Ω/km 100 66% 15. Black & Yellow 48.8 0 0 . Minimum length of any one piece is 1500 ft.9 27.8 22.0 88.0 10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2Ω/M′ .0 18.4 54. DCR Cond.5 50.8Ω/km 100 69. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.8 48.8 25.5 40.B E L D E N . m Ft.86 54.2Ω/M′ .4 100 66% 15.2 For Plenum version of 9855.65 20.8Ω/km 100 66% 16.5Ω/M′ 4.4 CM CEC: CM Blue.5% 15.8 16.7 14.0 9.5Ω/M′ 4. Part C(UL) CEC of No.1 16. Imp.0 46.0 21.33 Overall Foil/Braid Shield Computer P.9 27. Non-conduit Plenum • Solid FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 1269A NEC: 2 Red & 1000 † 304.0 410. Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ No.270 6.5% 15. see 1269A. CMP FT6 Red & Blue 1 Pair: 1000 † 304. Non-conduit Plenum • Solid FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 89855 NEC: 2 1 Pair: 500 † 152. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft.7Ω/M′ . CMP CEC: MPP.1Ω/km 100 69.5Ω/M′ 2. Nom. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft. Vel.272 6. †† Final put-up length may vary -10% to +20% from length shown.O. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 304. c o m 5 • Paired Cables .6Ω/km 13. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.4 MPP. kg Nom.2 For Plenum version of 1268A.0 88.5 50.1Ω/km 13.S.2 186. 22 AWG Solid TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (55% Coverage) + Polyester Tape • Drain Wire 300V RMS.2 For Plenum version of 9696.0 11. Black & Yellow 304.1Ω/km 6.86 8.5 50.5 90.240 6.5 42.290 7.8Ω/km 18.5 90.5 27. 22 AWG Solid BC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (55% Coverage) • TC Drain Wire 300V RMS.9 27.1Ω/km 13. see 89855. CMP CEC: MPP.6 22 AWG Solid TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (58% Coverage) • TC Drain Wire UL AWM Style 2582 (150V 60°C) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 9855 NEC: 2 Red & U-500 U-152.0 21.9 27.91 19.1Ω/M′ .0 46.0 88.4 MPP.1Ω/km 12.270 6. CMP CEC: MPP.0 52.2 16.8 10000 †† 3048. CMP FT6 Blue & White w/Blue Stripe 1 Pair: Orange & White w/Orange Stripe 1000 † 304. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.5Ω/M′ 4.37 20.1 54.5 44.1Ω/km 16.5% 15.8 16.5 90.8 MPP. CMP FT6 Blue.0 10.5 50.8 23. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.9 54.9Ω/M′ .5 50.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.4 16.1 • w w w .262 6. Non-conduit Plenum • Solid FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 89696 NEC: 2 1 Pair: 500 † 152. b e l d e n .

P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.1 • w w w .0 4.0 5.0 5. c o m .0 2.0 5.5 1.2 0.0 8. 5000 4000 3000 Transmission Distance (Ft.) 4.0 4.0 3000 2000 1.1 0.0 4.0 0.0 40.0 3.2 0.) 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.0 2.1 1000 500 400 300 200 Frequency (MHz) 100 0.8 0 0 .) Charts assume 5% peak-to-peak time jitter as determined by eye pattern measurements of pseudorandom NRZ code.0 20.4 0.0 6. Signal source electrical characteristics: 50 ohms and 10% to 90% rise time less than 5 nanoseconds.5 1.2 0. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 10.34 Individually Shielded Cable Characteristics Attenuation 10.B E L D E N .0 Transmission Distance (Ft.3 0.0 50.) 2000 1000 500 400 300 200 9728 – 9738 100 0.0 0 to 50% Rise Time (Microseconds) Bit Rate Cables are terminated in their characteristic impedance. b e l d e n .3 0.0 10.1 0.0 2.0 30.5 1.0 Bit Rate (Megabits/Sec.4 0.7 0.0 2.0 9728 – 9738 5000 4000 Rise Time 9728 – 9738 Attenuation (dB/100 Ft.5 0. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 3.3 0.0 10.0 3.

1 34.2Ω/km 76% 12.48 49.1 9732 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24. Vel.671 17.0 236.0Ω/M′ .671 17. and Digital Audio Applications Description UL NEC/ No.0 23. b e l d e n .1 9730 Z-Fold® NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 3 See Chart 3 24.8 106.0 152.0Ω/M′ 78.2 76.8 83.8 51.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.1 24.797 20. see 89731.2 23.4 79.0 24.4 95.5 41. see 89732.40 100 76% 12.0 23.4 103.421 10.7 Section) 10000 † 3048. DCR Cond.4 20.0 23.23 100 49.9 152.1 9738 27 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.7Ω/km 15.7Ω/km 15.5 24.0 2.61 100 49.7 4.5 4.0Ω/M′ . 9731 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24.1 49.2 76. low-distortion data handling.8 46.7Ω/km 9733 11 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24.9 Section) 10000 † 3048.5 41.1 For Plenum version of 9729.2Ω/km For Plenum version of 9730.5 41.639 16.1 3.0 23. 100 76% 12. Capacitance Nom.4 75.22 49.2Ω/km For Plenum version of 9731.2 76.8 39.1 • w w w .8 185.2 76.0Ω/M′ 78.69 100 76% 12.0Ω/M′ .0Ω/M′ 78.0 304.0 500 152.1 9737 19 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304. Nom.1 37.4 42.0 304. 100 76% 12.5 5.2Ω/km For Plenum version of 9732.2 76.5 9.5 41.4 19.0Ω/M′ 78.8 231.8 334. May contain 2 pieces.3 (Tech Info 1000 304.5 41.5 304.5 41.5 41.0 48.1 2.363 9.8 154.7Ω/km 15.1 (Tech Info 1000 304.0 105.0 95.0Ω/M′ 78.5 41.0 304.2 76.0Ω/M′ 78. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.4 152. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 57.5 7. See Attenuation. 15.2 76.0Ω/M′ 78. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 84.0 390. Part C(UL) CEC of No.2 76.35 Individually Shielded Low-Capacitance 100 Ohm Computer Cables for EIA RS-422.2 76.1 49.5 41.0 30. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.0 23.5 9.0Ω/M′ .2Ω/km 76% 12.575 14.04 100 49. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.04 100 49.0Ω/M′ .1 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.0 30.0 47.0Ω/M′ .4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24.488 12.5 304.0 24.7Ω/km 15.1 9736 17 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.5 41.2Ω/km 76% 12.0Ω/M′ 78.0 23.266 6.4 24.7Ω/km 15.0Ω/M′ 78.76 49.0Ω/M′ .4 29.7Ω/km 15.1 24.0 23. † Final put-up length may vary -10% to +20% from length shown.1 9728 4 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 500 30.575 14. m Ft.0 36.0Ω/M′ .0 17.2 76.0 152. 15.0Ω/M′ .334 8.5 6. Minimum length of any one piece is 1500 ft.0 520. Imp.2Ω/km 76% 12.0 304.61 100 49.0 23.8 0 0 .0 177. c o m 5 • Paired Cables . m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2493 9729 NEC: 2 See (300V 60°C) CM Chart 3 CEC: CM 100 30.8 24. see 89728.0 23. kg Nom.5 41.0Ω/M′ .3 2.2Ω/km For Plenum version of 9728.2 76.24 100 49.8 210.7Ω/km 15. Rise Time and Bit Rate Data for this series on page 5.2Ω/km 100 76% 12. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.1 70.7Ω/km 15. see 89730. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.2Ω/km 76% 12.3 500 152.7 13.0Ω/M′ . Datalene insulation features include low dielectric constant and a dissipation factor for high-speed.8 100 30. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.0Ω/M′ 78.34.0 20. Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.5 26.0 23.2Ω/km 76% 12.7Ω/km 15.0 151.7Ω/km 9734 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0 23.1 9735 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.5 11.0Ω/M′ 78.0 43.B E L D E N . see 89729 or 82729.

3Ω/M′ 76.3 23.8 26.9 32. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . m Ft.5 44 22. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom. kg Nom.80 47.3Ω/M′ 76.4Ω/M′ . Nom.0 15. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft.429 10.4 21.3Ω/M′ 76.2Ω/km 100 76% 13. and Digital Audio Applications Plenum-Rated UL NEC/ No.255 6.8 71.8 89730 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. † Spools are one piece.4Ω/km 14.3Ω/M′ 76. DCR Cond.17 47.4Ω/km 14.5 73.0 49.4Ω/M′ . but length may vary ±10% from length shown.4Ω/M′ .2Ω/km 76% 13.3Ω/M′ 76.36 Individually Shielded Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.5 73.8 108.8 40.8 28.5 44 22.8 89728 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.4Ω/M′ .4Ω/km 14.5 73.0 12.B E L D E N . pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.8 0 0 . m Description Color Code 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 89729 NEC: 2 See 500 152.5 44 22. c o m .8 89732 9 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.48 47.4 26.90 100 47. Part C(UL) CEC of No. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.5 304. Capacitance Nom.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.361 9.4Ω/km 14.8 89731 6 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 † 152.278 7.0 11.4Ω/M′ .4Ω/km 14.4 17.8 18.7 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.5 44 22.5 73.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.1 23.0 304.7 23.0 7.4Ω/km 14.5 44 22.2 23. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 23.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.5 304.0 12.8 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. b e l d e n .0 14. Vel.5 44 22.5 73.0 9.06 47.3Ω/M′ 76.8 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.5 73.0 22.261 6.8 31. Imp. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.7 23.8 50.307 7.1 • w w w . EIA RS-422.4Ω/M′ .4 35.8 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82729 NEC: 2 See U-1000 U-304.63 47.

** pF/ m 22 AWG Solid Conductors • TC • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/ Beldfoil (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Solid TC Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Overall Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 8767 NEC: 3 See U-500 U-152.0Ω/M′ 59.4 304.5 9.0Ω/M′ 78.8 0 0 .3 39.1Ω/km .636 16.0 10.1 .4 76.5 10.6 24.8 228.0Ω/M′ 78.5 21.02 .0Ω/M′ 59.0 52. CMG FT4 NEC: MPG.48 60 66% 25 82 47 154 9991 NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 1000 30.7 304.33 .040 1.0 89. CMG CEC: MPG.0 46.1 • w w w .0 21. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.0 67.8 149.525 13.0 36.428 10.0 41.90 40 131 77 253 8766 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.4 304. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.013 .7 .4 101.10 40 131 77 253 8768 NEC: MPG.330 8. m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 9990 NEC: 3 See 500 (30V 80°C) CM Chart 3 1000 CEC: CM (Tech Info Section) 152.425 10.2 9.379 9.8 42.5 46. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.1Ω/km .87 60 66% 25 82 47 154 9995 25 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30.7Ω/km 18.8 22.0 19.279 7.0Ω/M′ 59.8 30. Control and Instrumentation Cables Description UL NEC/ No.8 107.0 103.8 304.0Ω/M′ 59.0 3.5 .255 6.3 23.3 16.0 24.045 1.5 34.B E L D E N .15 60 66% 25 82 47 154 Description UL NEC/ No.4 304. CMG CEC: MPG.0Ω/M′ 78.0Ω/M′ 78.0 8. b e l d e n . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.383 9. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Nom.60 40 131 77 253 Z-Fold ® (Tech Info Section) 8765 11 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom. DCR Cond.4 116.037 .1Ω/km .470 11.1 92.8 6.7 28.040 1.5 21.33 .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.013 .4 CEC: MPG. CMG FT4 NEC MPG.013 . Part C(UL) CEC of No.1Ω/km .7Ω/km 18.14 .0 55.33 .4 24. Capacitance Nom.8 304.8 .33 .8 16.7Ω/km 18. Vel.5 152.1 304. CMG CEC: MPG.5 46.013 . CMG FT4 NEC MPG.5 86.94 . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.5 48.3 4.73 60 66% 25 82 47 154 9993 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.1 14. m Ft.7 32.80 40 131 77 253 .7Ω/km 18.037 .0Ω/M′ 59.38 60 66% 25 82 47 154 9992 Z-Fold® 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 24.4 304.0 7. CMG CEC: MPG.02 .4 (300V 80°C) MPG.7Ω/km 18. CMG Chart 3 500 152.5 152. kg Nom. Imp.94 . c o m 5 • Paired Cables 8764 9 See Chart 3 1000 304.8 122. CMG FT4 (Tech Info Section) 1000 500 1000 304.6 24.8 152. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.1Ω/km .1 4.37 Individually Shielded Audio. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.33 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft. Part C(UL) CEC of No. CMG FT4 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .30 40 131 77 253 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.013 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .7 152.0Ω/M′ 78.8 196.5 62.

0 200.2 29. Zero-Halogen Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) 300V RMS 60°C 8723SB NEC: 2 Red & 1000 304.8 20.8 20.8 26.76 40 69% 35 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.0Ω/M′ 13.1 48.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5. 4.7Ω/km CEC: CMG FT4 500 152.280 7.76 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® Black.7Ω/M′ 15. Green & White 1000 † 304. Nom.0 8. Non-conduit 87723 NEC: 2 Red & 500 † 152.3 1.8 0 0 .0 1000 † 304.1 9.173 4.7 14.4 16.6Ω/M′ .0 3280 999.8 14.8 20.9 17.4 11.148 3.5Ω/km 48. m Description Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Pale Fawn Beige PVC Jacket (Shielded Pairs Parallel under Jacket) UL AWM Style 2464 9406 NEC: 2 Black & 100 30. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.06 45 CM CEC: CM Z-Fold® U-500 U-152.2 18.0 5. 87723 or 82723.5 49.0Ω/M′ .1 48.2Ω/km 49.7 15.196 4.38 Individually Shielded Audio. see 88723.5 16. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.0 Black & Yellow U-1000 U-304.5Ω/km 43 141 75 246 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) 300V RMS. Non-conduit 88723 NEC: 2 Red & 100 † 30.6 40.4 17.8 19.89 36 62% CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® U-1000 † U-304.8 U-2000 U-609.2Ω/km F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ No.148 3. b e l d e n .2Ω/km 54.0 5.9 49.8 20.0 1640 499.160 4.6 38.7 65. DCR Cond.0Ω/M′ 14.2Ω/km 49.39 White.0 .8 14.7Ω/M′ .4 11.8 32.4 10.1 14.0 95. Capacitance Nom.8 4. x x (300V 80°C) CMG U-500 U-152.5 9. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.4 10.B E L D E N .0 10000 3048. 9. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.2Ω/km 40 69% 35 115 67 220 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) 300V RMS.1 8. Vel.4 10.5Ω/km 66% 35 115 62 203 For Plenum versions of 8723.5 2.2Ω/km 54.5 4.4 1.8 19.0 1000 304.5 15.98 45 66% 35 115 62 203 u CMG-LS CEC: CMG-LS FT4 Limited Smoke Black.6 18.2Ω/km Z-Fold® Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) 300V RMS.5 3. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length show.0Ω/M′ .6 40.0 Green & White U-1000 U-304.8 43.0 1000 304.2Ω/km 42.0 11.11 50 60% 50 164 95 312 Z-Fold® 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) 300V RMS 60°C 8723 NEC: 2 Red & 100 30.0 14. kg Nom.0 15. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 115 67 220 Black. m Ft. Imp. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft. Part C(UL) CEC of No.0 2000 609. Polypropylene Insulation • Black Low-Smoke. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0 Black.1 • w w w .0 Green & White U-2000 † U-609. Green & White 500 † 1000 † 152.0Ω/M′ .8 33.6 52.7Ω/M′ 16.6Ω/M′ .0 Black.5 3.0 9.9 32.8 1.7Ω/M′ 15. Green & White 48.0 304.2 90.0Ω/M′ 16.5 500 152. † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.6 5000 1524.153 3.0 7.5 7. c o m . Non-conduit 82723 NEC: 2 Red & U-500 † U-152.

) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.8 0 0 .0 2.0 Transmission Distance (Ft. and radio frequency applications requiring superior circuit isolation.39 Individually Shielded Cable Characteristics Attenuation 10.) Insulation resistance between shields: 100 megohms/M′ nom. b e l d e n .0 2.4 0.0 0 to 50% Rise Time (Microseconds) Bit Rate Recommended for audio.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 8777 – 9767 9873 – 9879 9773 – 9777 5000 4000 Rise Time 8777 – 9767 9873 – 9879 9773 – 9777 Attenuation (dB/100 Ft.0 4.0 5.1 • w w w .B E L D E N .2 0.7 0.3 0.5 1.0 3000 2000 1.0 2.0 5.0 0. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1 0.4 0.0 4.5 0. Capacitance between adjacent shields: 115 pf/ft.0 10.3 0.1 0.0 8. pulse. c o m 5 • Paired Cables .0 4.5 1. 2000 1000 500 400 300 200 8777 – 9767 9873 – 9879 9773 – 9777 100 0. nom.1 1000 500 400 300 200 Frequency (MHz) 100 0.0 3.2 0.2 0.0 5.5 1. 5000 4000 3000 Transmission Distance (Ft.0 Bit Rate (Megabits/Sec.0 3.) 2.2 0.3 0.3 0.0 10. Working voltage between adjacent shields: 50 volts max.0 10.) 0.1 0.

4 57.32 49.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 For Plenum versions of 8778.4 304.4 21.6Ω/M′ .6Ω/M′ .8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9767 37 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.5 12.8 38.0 9. DCR Cond.9 70.6Ω/M′ . Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.8 38.464 11.0 30.0 208.2 29.0Ω/M′ 10.8 130.4 152.273 6.0Ω/M′ 10. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.1 49.4 163.4 123.2Ω/km 34.7 15.0Ω/M′ 10.5 Section) 500 152. Minimum length of any one piece is 1500 ft.66 49.2Ω/km 34.2 152.9 15.9 15.32 49.8Ω/km 8775 11 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.8 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.2 10.6Ω/M′ .2Ω/km 34.1 U-1000 U-304.79 49.8 8.5 304. Spools are one piece.4 65.0 83.6 15.5 44.8 304.709 18.4 65.0 3. 87778 or 82778.5 97.6Ω/M′ . Rise Time and Bit Rate Data for this series on page 5.2Ω/km 34.2Ω/km 34. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 224.5 8.417 10.7 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 Polypropylene Insulation • Black Low-Smoke.7 49.548 13.2 36.1 51.5 11.0Ω/M′ 10.5 4.2Ω/km 34.8 39.6Ω/M′ .00 49.0 (Tech Info 1000† 304.0 30.0 152.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 Z-Fold® DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.1 76. but length may vary -0 to +20% from length shown.0 5000 1524.5 304.6Ω/M′ .2Ω/km 34. Final put-up length may vary -10% to +20% from length shown.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9769 17 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.8 197.0 218.2 83. † †† See Attenuation.4 19.0 43.19 49.0 30.8 44. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. Z-Fold® 8778 NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 6 100 250 500 1000 100 250 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 250 500 1000 100 250 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 v 250 † 500 1000 500 † 1000 † 30.0 16.7 2.8 244.5 152.8 152. see 88777.0 18.7 141.0 215.603 15.0 1640 499.0 154.2Ω/km 34. b e l d e n .92 49.5 22.1 22.1 • w w w .0 Section) 17.5 152.0 3280 999.79 49. Imp.273 6.2Ω/km 10.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 For Plenum versions of 8777.4 98.59 49.0 304.2 76.5 304. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop. 50 66% 30 98 55 180 8774 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30. May contain 2 pieces.6 10000 †† 3048.8 143. kg Nom.4 26.5 152.5 13.93 49.0Ω/M′ 10.5 29.8 113.8 341. 87777 or 82777. Zero-Halogen Jacket U300V RMS.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9768 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.0 8. Non-conduit 8777SB NEC: 3 See U-500† U-152.0Ω/M′ 10.0 97.0Ω/M′ 10.5 (Tech Info U-500 U-152. m 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 8777 NEC: 3 See 100 (30V 80°C) CM Chart 3 250 CEC: CM 30.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 8773 27 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15. Capacitance Nom.800 20.0 74.6Ω/M′ .5 17.6Ω/M′ .6Ω/M′ .8 0 0 .0 304.0Ω/M′ 10.464 11.0 6.0 15.4 76.93 34.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.8 215.8 304.2 13.4 109.6 19.40 Individually Shielded Audio. Nom.5 32. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 33.2Ω/km 34.6Ω/M′ .3 17.5 9. Part C(UL) CEC of No.0 304.2 49. Vel.0 55.6 1000 304.3 5.0 152.4 19.0 101. Control and Instrumentation Cables Description UL NEC/ No. m Ft.4 73.B E L D E N .8 8.9 10.0 30.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 8769 19 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.7 59.577 14.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 8776 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 15.5 76.2Ω/km 34.0 20.5 37.5 89.8 481.5 76.0Ω/M′ 10.5 20.5 33.39.4 20.0 4.8 76.362 9.0Ω/M′ u CMG-LS CEC: CMG-LS FT4 Limited Smoke Chart 3 U-1000 U-304.8 41.0 460.8 30. see 88778.0 110.1 152.0 64.0 9. c o m .0Ω/M′ 10.

85 37.4 18.340 8. m Description Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82777 NEC: 3 See U-500 † U-152.1 3.0 (Tech Info 1000 † 304. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft. Vel.2Ω/M′ .3Ω/M′ .7Ω/M′ 48. DCR Cond. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.4 19.0 304.4 38.8Ω/km (Tech Info Section) 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9886 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.8 39.8 57.3Ω/M′ . kg Nom.0 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000† 304.0 11. Nom.2 18. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.0 30.0 17.0Ω/km 11. Control and Instrumentation Cables Plenum-Rated and Non-Plenum UL NEC/ No.1Ω/km 50 69% 31 102 67 220 87778 Z-Fold ® NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500† 1000† 152.2 14.0 23. Imp. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.7 32. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.2Ω/km 11.5 6. b e l d e n .0 33.41 Individually Shielded Audio.7Ω/M′ 48.02 37.1 14.3 17.3Ω/M′ .4 34. c o m 5 • Paired Cables .04 Z-Fold ® 20 AWG Stranded (10x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Black High-density Polyethylene Jacket 9883 3 See 500 152. Part C(UL) CEC of No.4Ω/M′ 11.5 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 3 U-1000 U-304.1Ω/km 50 69% 31 102 67 220 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Overall Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2464 9402 NEC: 2 Red & U-500 U-152.0 8.234 5.B E L D E N .2 14.4 19.94 37.237 6.25 Jacket Thickness . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .2Ω/km 11.5 304.62 Insulation Thickness — — 55 180 95 312 .7 CEC: CMG FT4 Green & White — — .0 304.1Ω/km 50 69% 31 102 67 220 88778 Z-Fold® NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 14.2 17.2Ω/M′ .234 5.56 36.1Ω/km 50 69% 31 102 67 220 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 87777 NEC: 3 See 500† 152.9 6.4 49. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 42.8 108.1Ω/km 46 62% 35 115 76 249 82778 Z-Fold ® NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000 † 304.3Ω/M′ .2Ω/km 11.041 1.8 0 0 .8 71.2Ω/km 11.5 12.7 8.2 14.0 25.8 40.300 7.0 25.309 7.8Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.0 152.3Ω/M′ .64 350V Chart 3 1000 304. (300V 80°C) CMG 1000 304.85 37.5 7.94 37.1Ω/km 46 62% 35 115 76 249 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88777 NEC: 3 See CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500† 1000† 100 500† 1000† 30. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .3Ω/M′ .7Ω/M′ 48.0 6.8 38.9 21.4 37. Capacitance Nom.8 73.7Ω/M′ 48.0 14.4 26.98 37. m Ft.8 75.4 56.2Ω/km 11.010 .8 52.4 28.5 304.6 19.7Ω/M′ 48.4Ω/M′ 21.0 2.0 Section) 8.0Ω/km 36.309 7.1 • w w w .314 7.9 17.0 152.2Ω/km 11.7Ω/M′ 48.455 11.8 Black.

5Ω/M′ 34.42 Individually Shielded Audio.5Ω/M′ 34.B E L D E N .2Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.2Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 Z-Fold® 9775 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.3Ω/M′ .4Ω/km 11.8 32.4 30.1Ω/km .1 152.3Ω/M′ 37.5 304.4 194.5Ω/M′ 34.4 30.0Ω/km 304.0 88.445 11.9 6.39.8 11.0 55.50 50 66% 30 98 55 180 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 9773 NEC: 3 See 100 (30V 80°C) CM Chart 3 500 CEC: CM (Tech Info Section) 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.1Ω/km . Imp.0 304.4Ω/km 11.600 15.1 304.0Ω/km 304.2 14.0Ω/km 80.5 25. DCR Cond.10 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9876 11 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 304.4 97.9Ω/km .5Ω/M′ 34. Capacitance Nom.8 296.341 8.1Ω/km . kg Nom.6 6. Part C(UL) CEC of No.3Ω/M′ 37.0 4.6 14.0Ω/km 304.5 304.5 6.3Ω/M′ .67 27.8 187.1 44.0 3.5 69.8 152.5 58. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0 152.4 304.4Ω/M′ 152.5 CEC: CM (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 100 250 500 1000 100 500 1000 1000 152.1Ω/km .7 51.555 14.4 123.30 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9875 Z-Fold® 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 10.4 89. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 31.735 18.8 307.5Ω/M′ 34.0 30.4Ω/M′ 23.1 10.3Ω/M′ 37.5 16.0Ω/km 48. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.4 146.5 17.5 10.7 152.5 38.1Ω/km .819 20.404 10.6 (30V 80°C) CM Chart 3 250 76.0 139.4 119.4 52.8 113.8 241.0 10.8 21. c o m .5 304.0 54.3Ω/M′ .22 27.4 56.4 6.3 76.0 191.1 21.5Ω/M′ 34.4Ω/M′ 40.3 8.8 176.4Ω/km 14.66 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9874 NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 30.8 21.1 • w w w .3Ω/M′ . See Attenuation. b e l d e n .4Ω/km 11.8 8.0 100.617 15.2 25.3Ω/M′ 37.0 88.3Ω/M′ .0 134.7 6.64 27.8 26. Vel.0 10.67 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9879 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 10.5 10.0 66.4 151.3 4.4Ω/M′ 152.8 17.4 10.3 6.0 109.689 17. Control and Instrumentation Cables Description UL NEC/ No.7 13.6 14.8 421.8 220.0Ω/M′ 45.4Ω/km 11.2Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9774 NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 8.1 152.0 21.3Ω/M′ 37.5 10.5 22.560 14. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.80 27.1 8.0 107.26 27.8 0 0 .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.7 152. Rise Time and Bit Rate data for this series on page 5. m Ft.9 21.4Ω/M′ 152.24 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9877 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 500 1000 30. Nom.4 304. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.4Ω/km 11.2Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9776 12 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 8. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .6 7.0 6.0 30.2 29.8 107. m 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polypropylene Insulation • Overall Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2919 9873 NEC: 3 See 100 30.8 237.2Ω/km 50 66% 30 98 55 180 9777 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 8.655 16.

0 40.3 0. c o m 5 • Paired Cables 100 .0 4.0 0 to 50% Rise Time (Microseconds) Bit Rate Cables are terminated in their characteristic impedance.) 2000 1000 500 400 300 200 9902 8162 – 8185 0.1 1000 500 400 300 200 Frequency (MHz) 100 Note: see index for 9902 page number.0 3.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.3 0.3 0.7 0.02 .0 30.2 0.04 .03 .0 5.2 0. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 0.40 .) 0.0 8162 – 8185 9902 Rise Time 8162 – 8185 9902 5000 4000 Attenuation (dB/100 Ft. b e l d e n . 5000 4000 3000 Transmission Distance (Ft.8 0 0 .1 0.01 .0 Bit Rate (Megabits/Sec.0 3.10 .05 .B E L D E N .20 .1 • w w w .4 0.0 6.) Charts assume 5% peak-to-peak time jitter as determined by eye pattern measurements of pseudorandom NRZ code.0 8.0 5.0 2.0 2.0 2. Signal source electrical characteristics: 50 ohms and 10% to 90% rise time less than 5 nanoseconds.0 Transmission Distance (Ft.0 10.43 Individually Shielded Pairs with Overall Foil/Braid Shield Cable Characteristics Attenuation 10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 3000 2000 1.2 0.) 4.30 .5 1.0 10.5 1.0 20. .1 0.0 4.50 1.0 0.0 50.

m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs Individually Beldfoil ® Shielded + Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65%) • Drain Wirev Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2493 8162 NEC: 2 See (60°C) CM Chart 3 VW-1 CEC: (Tech Info CM Section) 100 500 1000 30.8 6. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.0Ω/M′ 78.5 24.4Ω/M′ 11.2 15.2Ω/km DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.7 24. Vel.0 57.4 304.6 25.0 89.1Ω/km Overall: 4. low-distortion data handling. Nom.33 100 78% 12.3Ω/M′ 14.8 9.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.1Ω/km Overall: v 24 AWG stranded TC drain wire 2.4Ω/M′ 14.8 0 0 .5 152.2Ω/km 8167 NEC: CM CEC: CM 7 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.2 18.5 40.0 4. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.0Ω/M′ 59.1Ω/km 8163 Z-Fold® NEC: CM CEC: CM 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30.4 304.0 2.4 304. b e l d e n .7 45. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.413 10.1 • w w w .343 8.7 18.9 24.8 8. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .359 9.8Ω/M′ 9.12 100 78% 12.5 79.0 50.5 41 22 72.0 24. Physical properties include good crush resistance and light weight.7Ω/km Individual: .2 30.49 100 78% 12.0 23.5 41 22 72.8 13. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0Ω/M′ 78.446 11.2Ω/M′ 10.5 41 22 72. Capacitance Nom.8 7.5 152.0Ω/M′ 59.2 39.388 9.4 304.2 18.5 30.1Ω/km Overall: 3.9 24. DCR Cond. Datalene insulation features include low dielectric constant and a dissipation factor for high-speed.2 18.B E L D E N .2 18.0Ω/M′ 59. Part C(UL) CEC of No.1 22.86 100 78% 12.0Ω/M′ 59.44 Individually Shielded Pairs with Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232.0 3.1Ω/km Overall: 3.5 152.7Ω/km Individual: .5 152. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.71 100 78% 12.7Ω/km Individual: .0Ω/M′ 59.33 100 78% 12.446 11.5 41 22 72. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.0 4. kg Nom. c o m . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 9.0 34.0Ω/M′ 78.0 24.1Ω/km Overall: 2.2 18.0Ω/M′ 78.0 66.0Ω/M′ 78.5 41 22 72.2 18.7Ω/km Individual: .1Ω/km Overall: 4.1 20.0 3.4Ω/km 8164 NEC: CM CEC: CM 4 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30.4 52.7Ω/km Individual: .0Ω/M′ 59.5Ω/km 8165 NEC: CM CEC: CM 5 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30.8 103.5 152.0 45. m Ft.9 46.0 35.8Ω/M′ 9. and Digital Audio Applications Description UL NEC/ No.5 41 22 72.0Ω/M′ 78. Imp.5 304.4 304.0 99.7Ω/km Individual: .2Ω/km 8166 NEC: CM CEC: CM 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30. EIA RS-422.

7Ω/M′ 8. Pairs Type Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.0Ω/M′ 59.5 304.3 14.2 37.7Ω/km Individual: .8 210.0Ω/M′ 78.5 41 22 72.0 8.0Ω/M′ 78.0 4.0 304.0Ω/M′ 78.3 24. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.7Ω/km Individual: . m Ft.4 107.B E L D E N .0Ω/M′ 9.0Ω/M′ 59.5 32.1Ω/km Overall: 2.8 115. Nom.8Ω/km 8170 Z-Fold® NEC: CM CEC: CM 10 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30.0 304.0Ω/M′ 78.9 95.8 238.5 41 22 72.0Ω/M′ 59.822 20.5 24.5 41 22 72.5 22.4 117. Part C(UL) CEC of No.8 24.2 152.5 10.7 152.479 12.5 18.8 164.0Ω/M′ 78.4Ω/M′ 7.0 10.6Ω/M′ 8.5 41 22 72.89 100 78% 12.2Ω/km 8178 NEC: CM CEC: CM 18 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30.7Ω/km Individual: .9Ω/km 8175 NEC: CM CEC: CM 15 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30.2 18.5Ω/M′ 8. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 0 0 . m 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs Individually Beldfoil® Shielded + Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (65%) • Drain Wirev Datalene® Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2493 8168 NEC: 8 See (60°C) CM Chart 3 VW-1 CEC: (Tech Info CM Section) 100 500 1000 30.8 356. kg Nom.9 28. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.0 108.1Ω/km Overall: 3.42 100 78% 12.5 304.0Ω/M′ 59. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 18.0 161.7 74.1Ω/km Overall: 2.686 17.4 83. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.0 52.5 41 22 72.1Ω/km Overall: 2. Vel.2 18.7Ω/km Individual: .0 152.2 304.7Ω/km Individual: . c o m 5 • Paired Cables .45 Individually Shielded Pairs with Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232.1 • w w w .2 18.88 100 78% 12.4 61.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.665 16.1Ω/km Overall: v 24 AWG stranded TC drain wire 2.5Ω/km 8185 NEC: CM CEC: CM 25 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 30. DCR Cond. Capacitance Nom.0Ω/M′ 59.5 73. and Digital Audio Applications Description UL NEC/ No.8 152.6 152.0 53.3 48.4 160. EIA RS-422. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.2 24.6 11.9Ω/km DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.5 24. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.83 100 78% 12. Imp.17 100 78% 12.5 24. b e l d e n .584 14.2 18.

19 Red & Black 500 Unshielded: U-1000 Green & 1000 White 152.1 1.008 9.8 21.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.8 26.21 Red & Black Unshielded: 24 AWG drain wire 34 112 67 220 1000 304.008 .020 .76 .5 7. 4 copper-covered steel strands in each conductor.0 10. b e l d e n .48 .4 15.33 .0 U-304.25 .019 . Communication and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.0 .51 .05 60 197 99 325 Black & White Unshielded: Brown Meets NEC Article 800 22 AWG drain wire Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) 200V 80ºC 8730† 2 Shielded: U-1000 U-304.9 .20 .33 .9 .5 . * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft. 3 copper.205 5.8 0 0 .215 5.6 14.1 • w w w .0 3. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . † Request Technical Bulletin T/8-21 before planning high and low level circuits in the same cable.0 CM (1 pair + 1 single) 10.199 5. ** pF/ m Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 25 AWG Stranded (7x33) Tinned Copper Conductors • Overall Beldfoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • 25 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) 400V 80ºC 8434 2 Shielded: 100 30.0 . c o m .165 4.0 13. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.46 Combination Shields Special Audio.2 6.0 304.4 7.81 . UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.5 .5 2.0 35 115 62 203 Meets NEC Article 800 Each pair Beldfoil shielded with individual drain wire plus polyester film over each shield.0 304.0 11.5 25 82 40 131 Shorting Fold Red/Black pair 100% Beldfoil shielded with drain wire.19 34 112 67 220 Green & White 24 AWG drain wire 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Cabled in Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wires Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) UL AWM Style 2717 8728 NEC: 2 Black & U-500 U-152.5 Shielded: U-1000 U-304.B E L D E N .5 7.8 14.032 .013 .0 CEC: CM Green & U-1000 White 1000 U-304.010 .8 Green & White 300V 80ºC VW-1 8724† NEC: CM CEC: CM 2 Shielded: Red & Black Unshielded: U-1000 1000 U-304.013 .8 12. TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.4 5.20 .0 304. 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • One Pair Beldfoil Shielded (100% Coverage) • Stranded Tinned Copper Drain Wire PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket (Pair and Single Cabled) 300V RMS 90ºC 9685 NEC: 1.8 30. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.8 21.028 .0 9.71 .4 15.8 24.8 31.030 . kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.46 Red (80°C) CM 500 152.165 4. of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.8 24. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .

Request Technical Bulletin T/8-21 before planning high and low level circuits in the same cable.74 Red & VW-1 CMG 500 152.33 26 85 48 157 Black & Red Unshielded: Z-Fold ® Clear Beldfoil shield over Red and Black pair only.020 20.014 .0 10.2 .1 • w w w .4 Green & White Polypropylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket (Cabled Around a Common Axis) 400V 105ºC 8725 NEC: 4 Red & Black. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.345 8.0 11.51 .5 U-304.0 304. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. 22 AWG drain wire. White/Red & White/Black. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 74.028 .0 8. 20 (7x28) Red 1 Unshld Green & 1000 152. White/Green & White/Yellow 27 89 49 161 Shorting Fold Four groups of two conductors with drain wires.8 25.210 5.38 .6 Green CEC: CM & White.4 18.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.38 .4 CEC: CMG FT4 Z-Fold® Beldfoil shield over Red and Black conductors only.8 0 0 . of Pairs Color Code Standard Lengths Ft.031 . 22 AWG drain wire.019 . Clear conductor is unshielded. Communication and Instrumentation Cables Description Part No.8 46. ** pF/ m Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) TC Conductors • Conductors Cabled • Beldfoil ® Shield as noted (100% Coverage) • 20 or 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 350V 80ºC 8763 — 1.48 22 72 18 (16x30) White F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .030 .4 18.028 .76 .0 15.9 21.5 Shielded: (1 pair + 1 single) 1000 304.0 304.79 . 500 152.8 . each group individually Beldfoil shielded with polyester tape wrap.8 48.8 36. PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket (Pairs Cabled on Common Axis to Reduce Diameter) 350V 80ºC 8722 NEC: 2 Shielded: U-500 U-152.9 16.0 17.226 5. 20 and 18 AWG Stranded (7x28 and 16x30) TC Conductors • Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) over 20 AWG Pair • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Beige PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 2094 9155 NEC: 2 500 (300V 60ºC) CM 1 Shld Black & U-1000 CEC: CM Z-Fold® NEC Article 800 TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.36 . 20 AWG drain wire.015 .71 .4 .65 24 79 46 151 . c o m 5 • Paired Cables . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.4 22.71 . UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No. b e l d e n .2 . * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.0 33.3 .76 VW-1 CM 1000 304. 60 197 99 325 Black Unshielded: U-1000 1000 U-304.5 8.B E L D E N .015 .8 35.262 6.4 38.47 Combination Shields Special Audio.

CMP Black & White.08 U-1000 † U-304.014 . CMP Black & White.009 .006 .012 .8 1000 † 304.179 4.4 304. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .015 .8 17.0 6. CMP Black & White CEC: CMP FT6 88757 NEC: 4 Black & Red.006 .38 . CMP FT6 Black & Blue.30 .0 7. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. CMP Black & White.1 3. CEC: Black & Green.8 304.9 11.0 10.006 .006 . kg Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.9 . Black & Brown 100 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 30.1 • w w w . CMP FT6 Black & Blue Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82442 NEC: 1 Black & Red CMP CEC: CMP FT6 82741 NEC: 2 Black & Red.0 4.8 44. CEC: Black & Green.0 26.8 304.84 U-1000 † U-304.36 .006 .6 3.0 1.0 4.012 .15 .8 3.0 46.4 12.6 .3 5.0 2.8 152.191 4.7 .014 . CEC: Black & Green.5 152.15 . c o m .3 . CMP Black & White.0 8.8 0 0 .4 304.36 .006 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .238 6.15 .1 6.140 3. CMP FT6 Black & Blue 82743 NEC: 6 Black & Red.15 .1 . Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.014 .006 .15 .006 .8 1000 † 304.15 .36 .0 17.8 14.56 U-1000 1000 U-304.55 U-1000 † U-304.59 .012 .0 14.0 20.006 . of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft.0 1.28 . CEC: Black & Green CMP FT6 82757 NEC: 4 Black & Red.5 152.147 3.3 .7 7.5 3.30 .15 .15 .8 32.210 5.15 .0 20.8 9.2 9.0 9.15 .5 .006 .8 2.48 Plenum-Rated Unshielded Audio.33 U-1000 1000 U-304. b e l d e n .4 304. Black & Yellow.200 5.8 1000 † 304. CMP Black & White CEC: CMP FT6 82742 NEC: 3 Black & Red.014 .B E L D E N .05 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 89740 NEC: 1 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Black & Red 100 500 † 1000 † 30.5 8. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.136 3.73 and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.0 20.85 1000 304.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.4 304.102 2.38 .015 .6 7.7 .0 28.1 7.4 4. Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88442 NEC: 1 Black & Red CMP CEC: CMP FT6 88741 NEC: 2 Black & Red.30 .0 8.006 .011 .0 16.23 .8 24.112 2.29 500 † 1000 † 152.8 9.4 304.45 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 87740 NEC: 1 Black & Red CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest Jacket 300V RMS 82740 NEC: 1 Black & Red CMP CEC: CMP FT6 †Spools 500 † 1000 † 152.8 18.169 4.0 8.36 .8 .15 .0 15.8 .0 16.

Black & Yellow 100 1000 † 30.36 .6 .014 .5 304.0 9.0 13.015 .8 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 304.11 25 82 45 148 82503 .196 4.014 .0 4.8 24.162 4.36 . ** pF/ m Description Part No. Black & Blue 10. Black & Blue .8 2.15 .6 .9 33.006 .197 5.015 . Black & Green.36 .8 9.0 8.015 .8 26.0 Black & Red.006 15.3 .106 2.0 1000 304.B E L D E N .5 U-1000 U-304. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .014 .38 .5 152.90 25 82 45 148 82505 5 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-1000 U-304.00 21 69 40 131 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82641 NEC: 1 Black & Red U-1000 U-304. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .15 . but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5. c o m 5 • Paired Cables .6 .36 .1 • w w w .2 .15 .5 (12 pairs + 1 single) See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.014 . Black & Red.15 .06 23 75 42 138 TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.006 .8 31.15 . Black & Red.0 Black & Green.15 .4 304.014 .69 31 102 59 194 89503 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 3 Black & White.8 34. of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft.0 .014 .2 .006 8.0 Black & Green 3.8 30.8 0 0 .49 Plenum-Rated Overall Beldfoil® Shield Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 Applications UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No. U-1000 U-304.8 16.5 152.9 22.45 21 69 40 131 89504 4 Black & White.38 .8 4.36 .006 15. Black & Green .9 .8 14.4 6.0 1. † Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.0 .4 304.8 . U-1000 U-304.006 2.8 19.38 .0 27.246 6.1 .0 1000 304.1 .175 4.0 1000 304.5 15. b e l d e n .0 13.3 .9 .014 .0 4.15 .0 Black & Red U-1000 U-304. Color Code Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88641 NEC: 1 Black & Red CMP CEC: CMP FT6 100 500 † 1000 † 100 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 30.29 25 82 45 148 82504 4 Black & White. 1000 304.209 5.15 .014 . 1000 304.106 2. kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft.8 35. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. Black & Red.15 .0 Black & Red. Black & Green.36 .8 60.4 304.15 .36 .192 4.006 11. U-500 U-152. * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.169 4.8 9.8 49.4 8.0 .2 .0 1000 304.38 .1 1.4 8.7 4.015 .8 29.006 7.0 3 Black & White.006 4.98 25 82 45 148 82506 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) U-500 U-152.8 18.278 7. Black & Blue.3 6.0 29.8 152.193 4.8 .15 .2 .31 25 82 45 148 82509 9 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) .5 21.0 2.36 .0 10.006 14.006 3.69 31 102 59 194 82502 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 2 Black & White.15 .0 8.88 21 69 40 131 89505 5 Black & White.4 17.5 5.006 13. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.25 23 75 42 138 82512 12.

c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8Ω/M′ . m Description Color Code 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 88102 NEC: 2 See 500 152.4 304. m Ft.78 45. b e l d e n .95 42.7Ω/km 15.44 45. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.7Ω/km 14.7Ω/km 11.7Ω/km 14.0Ω/M′ 78. Capacitance Nom.0Ω/M′ 78.9Ω/km 100 78% 12.7 24.5 23.95 42.95 42.5 31.9Ω/km 100 78% 12.7Ω/km 14.3 76.1 26.07 50.0 9.0 24.5 See CMP (12 pairs + Chart 5 CEC: 1 single) (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 NEC: 18.1 24. † Spools are one piece.4 304.293 7.0Ω/M′ .95 42.0 4.4 98.3 76.1 24.4 88107 NEC: 7.5 74.95 42.5 23.95 42.5 44.8 26.1 24. Imp.16 50.5 23.3 76.8 0 0 .0 10.0Ω/M′ 78.6 24.9Ω/km 100 78% 12.0 16.5 See CMP (18 pairs + Chart 5 CEC: 1 single) (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 25 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.8 24.8 20.0Ω/M′ 78.0Ω/M′ .4 10.7Ω/km 14.8 36.3 76.3 76.7Ω/km 9.9Ω/km 100 78% 12.8 195. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 88118 500 1000 152.5 23.7Ω/km 15.8 148. DCR Cond.0 32.5 23.8 13.4 DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.0Ω/M′ 78.7 17.4 88112 NEC: 12.9Ω/km 100 78% 12.7Ω/km 78% 12.4 88109 500 1000 152.95 42.2 67.76 100 31. Part C(UL) CEC of No.482 12.1Ω/km 78% 12.0Ω/M′ 78. Nom. c o m .95 42.0 12.5 23.6 24. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft.4 88103 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.9Ω/km 100 78% 12.3 76. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.0 44.0 1000 † 304.0Ω/M′ .7Ω/km 13.4 304.8 17.3 76.581 14. kg Nom.3 76.4 304.0 97.8 44.8 48.4 304.4 88125 500 † 152.0Ω/M′ 78.5Ω/M′ . but length may vary ±10% from length shown.203 5.5 23. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.6 33.5 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.5Ω/km 78% 12.6Ω/M′ .0 22.0Ω/M′ .7Ω/km 11.8 31.0Ω/M′ 78.5 50.5 See CMP (7 pairs + Chart 5 CEC: 1 single) (Tech Info Section) CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 9 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.3 76.4 304.5 88.0Ω/M′ 78.08 100 38.0Ω/M′ 78.4 88104 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0 7. Vel.8 23.1 • w w w .0 304.5 23.4 88106 6 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0Ω/M′ .293 7.95 42.58 45.267 6.352 8.0 14.4 88105 5 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.3 76.B E L D E N .7Ω/km 100 78% 12.0 38.3 24.0 6.94 42.4 71.4 304.50 Plenum-Rated Overall Beldfoil® Shield Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232 and EIA RS-422 Applications UL NEC/ No.7 20.95 42.5 23.0Ω/M′ .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.1 14.397 10.239 6.44 45.0 21.5Ω/M′ .24 100 36.259 6.3 24.5 23.0 59.

8 0 0 .81 51 167 97 318 .7 .36 .0 304.0 3.0 1. 500 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® Red 1000 152.0 5.0 3.15 .5 .5 304.007 5.8 5.4 6.006 5.18 .0 U-304.2 .8 11. U-500 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® Red 500 1000 U-152.014 .116 2.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.18 . kg Insulation Thickness Jacket Thickness Nominal OD Nominal Capacitance * pF/ Ft. Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ C(UL) CEC Type No.95 35 115 67 220 18 AWG Stranded (19x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 20 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88760 NEC: 1 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® Black.116 2.4 12.2 .95 35 115 67 220 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82761 NEC: 1 Black.9 10.8 304.51 Plenum-Rated Overall Beldfoil® Shield Audio.0 24.7 5.5 .8 14. Red 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30.2 .0 5.5 2.4 12.8 22.8 15.150 3.4 10.4 U-304.0 10.36 .5 U-304.0 1.014 . Color Code Inch mm Inch mm Inch mm 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) Tinned Copper Conductors • Twisted Pair • Overall Beldfoil Shield (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88761 NEC: 1 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® Black. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .15 .0 22.4 5.006 6.0 9. Red U-500 U-1000 1000 U-152.B E L D E N .4 3. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.006 3.5 11.0 .4 7.81 51 167 97 318 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest Jacket Z-Fold® TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.0 .119 3.0 304.150 3.014 .36 .0 .007 10.4 152.4 7. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .02 35 115 67 220 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 87761 NEC: 1 Black.7 U-152.014 .8 12. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.18 .007 4.014 .5 .36 .0 304. of Pairs Standard Lengths Ft.0 U-304.81 51 167 97 318 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 87760 NEC: 1 Black.5 U-152.4 7.014 .150 3.8 11.0 304.15 .8 21.5 152.5 .36 . * pF/ m ** pF/ Ft.8 3.36 .4 7. b e l d e n .5 152.7 .1 • w w w .8 9.8 21. Red 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30. c o m 5 • Paired Cables 300V RMS 82760 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1 Black.7 12. ** pF/ m Description Part No. U-500 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® Red U-1000 1000 U-152.

4 22 72.6 Black & Yellow 22 AWG Solid BC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (55% Coverage) • 22 AWG Solid TC Drain Wire Plenum • Solid FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 300V RMS 89696 NEC: 2 500 152.4 22 72.4 304. m Description Color Code Low Cap 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (90% Cov.1 16.0Ω/M′ 78.0 6.65 13.9 27 88.2Ω/km 120 76% 12 39.0Ω/M′ 78. Black & Yellow 48.4 25.18 10.13 10.0 6.9Ω/km .4 22 72.240 6.262 6.5 50.93 120 76% 12 39.3 24. DCR Cond.8 19.273 6.0Ω/M′ 78.4Ω/M′ 7.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5. CMP CEC: MPP. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.9Ω/km .4 20.5 42.9 16.0 46. kg Nom.6 22 AWG Solid TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (55% Cov.0Ω/M′ 78.1 • w w w . pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.75 10.2 19.6 22.2Ω/km 120 76% 12 39.7Ω/km 3.6 Orange & White with Orange Stripe BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.1Ω/km 2.10 100 69.2 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 89841 NEC: 1 See 500 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 152.91 16.5Ω/M′ 54.0 11. c o m .8 24.0 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.) + Polyester Tape • 22 AWG Drain Wire Plenum • Solid FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 300V RMS 89855 NEC: 2 1 Pair: 500 152.1 12.1Ω/km 4.5Ω/M′ 54. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.1Ω/M′ 6. Cables UL NEC/ No.9Ω/M′ .272 6.) • Drain Wire Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82841 NEC: 1 See 500 152.5 50.7Ω/km 2.0 11.9 27 88. Nom.5 27.5% 15.7Ω/km 3.2 300V RMS 89842 u NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 2 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.2Ω/km 120 76% 12 39.1Ω/M′ .4 304. Capacitance Nom.2 22 AWG Solid TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Overall Beldfoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (90% Coverage) • 22 AWG TC Drain Wire Plenum • Solid FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 300V RMS 1269A NEC: 2 Red & 1000 304.8Ω/km 100 69.8 26.O.6 19.1Ω/km 4.2 300V RMS 82842 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 2 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. Imp. CMP CEC: MPP. m Ft. CMP FT6 Blue & White 1000 with Blue Stripe 1 Pair: 304.8 MPP.204 5.202 5.2 24.8 0 0 .1Ω/M′ . b e l d e n .5 50.0 42. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 8.2Ω/M′ .5 304. Vel.B E L D E N . * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.4 22 72. Part C(UL) CEC of No. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft. CMP FT6 Blue. CMP CEC: MPP.0 11.1 24.S. CMP FT6 Red & Blue 1000 1 Pair: 304.5Ω/M′ 54.0 21.7Ω/km 3.9 27 88.4 1 Pair: MPP.8 16.305 7.1Ω/M′ .4 MPP.8 49. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 10.4 13.8 25.1Ω/km 100 69.8 13.5% 15.5% 15.52 Plenum-Rated Overall Foil/Braid Shield Low-Capacitance Computer and Computer P.8 22.

5 73.5 73.65 100 47.5 304. kg Nom.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.2 23.65 100 47.7 23.0 Chart 5 1000 304.8 89757 7 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.498 12.5 44 22.8 40.5 73. m Description Color Code 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded w/Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 24 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 89729 NEC: 2 See 500 152.4Ω/km 14.1 • w w w .8 12.0 304.63 47.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.4Ω/M′ .0 12.4Ω/M′ . b e l d e n .4Ω/M′ .2Ω/km 100 76% 13.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.5 304.90 100 47.8 89705 5 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. Imp.8 50. Part C(UL) CEC of No.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.8 0 0 .8 204.3Ω/M′ 76. DCR Cond.4Ω/M′ .3Ω/M′ 76.3Ω/M′ 76.5 304.0 14.5 73.3 23.3Ω/M′ 76.4 100.4 23.4Ω/M′ .0 18.8 89734 12 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0 32.9 28.50 47.8 140.6 23.2Ω/km 76% 13.8 80.9 32.7 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.48 47.5 73.3Ω/M′ 76. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.0 13.433 10.8 89731 6 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.5 73.278 7.2 23.4Ω/km 14.361 9.4Ω/M′ .53 Plenum-Rated Individually Shielded Pairs Low-Capacitance Computer Cables for EIA RS-232.5 44 22.2Ω/km 100 76% 13.0 45.4 71.5 73.4Ω/km 14.4Ω/km 14.4Ω/km 14.5 73.4 35.8 31.8 26.5 44 22.361 9.8 71.5 44 22.0 11. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4Ω/M′ .2Ω/km 100 76% 13.17 47.5 44 22.8 108.7 23.5 304.17 47.4 39. Nom.5 73.4Ω/M′ .5 44 22.8 18.4Ω/km 14.5 44 22.255 6.7 92.4 21.3Ω/M′ 76.4Ω/M′ . EIA RS-422.4Ω/M′ .3Ω/M′ 76. c o m 5 • Paired Cables 300V RMS 82729 2 See U-1000 U-304.2Ω/km 76% 13.1 23.0 304.8 89730 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 3 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.0 22.2Ω/km 76% 13. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft.4Ω/km 14. and Digital Audio Applications UL NEC/ No.0 7.8 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket (Tech Info Section) DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors.4 26.7 23.307 7. Vel. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.8 .0 36.4Ω/km 14.4 17.06 47.0 9.5 73.4Ω/km 14.3Ω/M′ 76.3 63.B E L D E N .P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.8 89732 9 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.8 28.80 47.3Ω/M′ 76.8 89758 18 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.5 304.3Ω/M′ 76.0 49.4 30.333 8.4Ω/km 14.616 15.0 15.8 62.5 44 22. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 89728 4 See Chart 5 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop. **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield.2 23.261 6.5 44 22. m Ft. Capacitance Nom.5 44 22.

6Ω/M′ . **Capacitance between one conductor and other conductors connected to shield. Nom.0 14.0 4.0 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® ††87723 Black.8 42.0 33.85 37.8 19.0 152. kg Nom.1Ω/km 50 69% 31 102 67 220 87778 Z-Fold® 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152. Shield Nominal OD Inch mm Nom.148 3.2Ω/km 15.4 19.8 20.2 18. * * ** ** of (Ω) Prop.3Ω/M′ .153 3. m Ft.0 (Tech Info 1000 304.3Ω/M′ .94 37.4 19.4 152.5Ω/km 36 62% 43 141 75 246 has 24 AWG drain wire Pairs cabled on common axis to reduce diameter.2 14.8 0 0 . b e l d e n .6 14.89 54. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .02 37. Part C(UL) CEC of No.6Ω/M′ .7Ω/M′ 48.3Ω/M′ .8 18.7Ω/M′ 48.8 71.54 Plenum-Rated Individually Shielded Pairs Audio.0 Section) 8. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.76 54.0 17.2Ω/km 11.5 7.4 38.6 19.1Ω/km 50 69% 31 102 67 220 Pairs cabled on common axis to reduce diameter.3Ω/M′ .0 8.0 304.2Ω/km 16. U-1000 † U-304. c o m . Vel.2Ω/km 11.1 8.5 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® ††82723 Black.314 7.5 304.6 40. DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Capacitance between conductors. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 1.4 18.8 39.0Ω/M′ .5 3.7 8. Capacitance Nom.94 37. Green & White 100 500 1000 30.8 75.0 304.4 37.8 9.8 38.P A I R E D C A B L E S 5.0 5.2 14.2Ω/km 11.7Ω/M′ 48.2Ω/km 16.8 19. Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red Fluorocopolymer Jacket 300V RMS 87723 NEC: 2 Red & 500 152.4 11.0 2.8 73.2 14.0 Green & 1000 White U-2000 U-609.234 5. pF/ pF/ pF/ pF/ Ft.7Ω/M′ 48. 300V RMS 87777 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 500 1000 152.148 3.6 18.7 32.2 17.2Ω/km 11.4 10.7Ω/M′ 48.7Ω/M′ 48.0 8.309 7. Green & White 1000 304.1Ω/km 50 69% 31 102 67 220 88778 Z-Fold ® 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 14.2Ω/km 11.3Ω/M′ .7Ω/M′ 48.5 34.7Ω/M′ 48. Control and Instrumentation Cables UL NEC/ No.2 14.0 304.309 7.5 5.5 304.98 37.2Ω/km 11.237 6.1 • w w w .1Ω/km 46 62% 35 115 76 249 Plenum • FEP Insulation • Red FEP Jacket 300V RMS 88723 NEC: 2 Red & CMP CEC: CMP FT6 Z-Fold® ††88723 Black.2 14.85 37. Pairs Type Standard Lengths Ft.0 152. 300V RMS 82777 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 3 See U-500 U-152. m Description Color Code 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) TC Conductors • Twisted Pairs • Individually Shielded Beldfoil ® (100% Coverage) • 22 AWG Stranded TC Drain Wire†† Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 300V RMS 82723 NEC: 2 Red & U-500 U-152.1Ω/km 46 62% 35 115 76 249 82778 Z-Fold® 6 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 1000 304.1 14. Imp.76 49.3Ω/M′ . DCR Cond.0 304.1Ω/km 50 69% 31 102 67 220 Pairs cabled on common axis to reduce diameter.B E L D E N .234 5.9 17.8 40.0 8.5 6.7Ω/M′ 48.5 Chart 3 U-1000 † U-304.0 30.1 3.3 17.5Ω/km 40 69% 35 115 67 220 has 24 AWG drain wire 300V RMS 88777 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 3 See Chart 3 (Tech Info Section) 100 500 1000 100 500 1000 30.4 11.2Ω/km 40 69% 35 115 67 220 has 24 AWG drain wire.

78 Ohm Special Audio.81 6.40 6.16 6.31 6.17 6.45 6.34 6.55–6.34–6. 18 AWG RG-11/U Type: 18 AWG. 20 AWG RG-6/U Type: 21 AWG. 23 AWG RG-59/U Type: 23 AWG.53 6.82 6.92 6. 20 AWG RG-6/U Type: 18 AWG RG-11/U Type: 14 AWG Brilliance VideoFLEX® Snake Cable Miniature: 23 AWG RG-59/U Type: 23 AWG.60 6.45 6.81 6. 19 AWG.87 6.29–6. 124 Ohm.72–6. 22 AWG.1 Table of Contents Coaxial Cables Introduction RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide Broadband: MATV Broadband: CATV Series 59: 20 AWG Series 6: 18 AWG Series 11: 14 AWG Broadband: Headend/Video Cables DBS Series 6: 18 AWG Standard Analog Video 75 Ohm Miniature: 30 AWG. 6. 100 Ohm.44 6.38 6. 93 Ohm Twinax: 78 Ohm. 20 AWG RG-11/U Type: 15 AWG. 24 AWG. 11 AWG.46 6.67 6. 14 AWG DS-3 and DS-4 Interconnect & Cross-connect Cable Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable RG-174 Type: 25 AWG RG-58 Type: 19 AWG.68 6.19 6.66 6. 75 Ohm.63 6.71 6.76–6. 75 Ohm.17–6.59 6.74 6.69 6. 95 Ohm.41 6.90 6.46 6.83 6.39 6.51–6.40–6.3–6. 125 Ohm Twinax: 77 Ohm.35 6. 10 AWG Conformable® Coax 50 Ohm Microwave: 29 AWG.54 6.67–6.67 6. 14 AWG 75 Ohm High-Frequency Video: 29 AWG MIL-C-17G QPL Cable Coax: 50 Ohm.31–6.44 6.22 .90 6.72 6.62 6.69 6.26 6.83–6.6. 22 AWG.44 6.33 6.50 6.59–6.15 6.47–6.30 6. 95 Ohm.28 6.39 6. 17 AWG RG-8X Type: 15 AWG Intermediate Type: 13 AWG RG-8 Type: 10 AWG 50 Ohm Transmission & Computer Cable RG-174/U Type: 26 AWG RG-188A/U Type: 26 AWG RG-58/U Type: 20 AWG RG-58A/U Type: 20 AWG RG-8X Type: 16 AWG RG-8/U Type: 13 AWG.49 6. 150 Ohm Triax: 50 Ohm Amateur Radio & CB Coaxial Cable Assemblies Technical Information Table: Attenuation vs. 93 Ohm. Frequency for Broadband Coax Page No.75 6.92 6 Coaxial Cables Please refer to “Terms of Use of Master Catalog” on page 22.76 6. Communication & Instrumentation Cable Computer & Instrumentation Cable Coax: 50 Ohm.2 6. 20 AWG RG-6/U Type: 18 AWG Bundled RGB High-Flex S-Video (Y/C) Video Triax RG-59/U Type: 22 AWG.67 6.61 6.58 6. 27 AWG RG-59/U Type: 23 AWG.45–6.91 6. 14 AWG Precision Video for Analog & Digital Sub-Miniature RG-59/U Type: 25 AWG.51 6.

Corresponding Literature Technical Bulletins TB-65: Digital Studio Cable Guide F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Duobond Plus® Features the same foil/braid/foil construction as Duobond II but with the addition of a shorting fold in the outermost foil.B E L D E N . conformable coax and more. Among the options are: Duofoil® Duofoil is a shield in which metallic foil is applied to both sides of a supporting polyester or polypropylene film. (See the Technical Information section of this catalog for a more detailed explanation of “shorting folds. several Coax cable products are available in Belden’s UnReel® cardboard dispenser. If you have a new or unusual application or you cannot find a Coax cable in this catalog section that meets your technical requirements. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . individual transport as well as rectangular boxes for easy pallet delivery and storage.”) Coax Cable Packaging As with most Belden cables. high-flex S-Video. This extra layer of braid shield provides improved strength and durability. electrical and cost-requirement applications. Most of our Coax cables are available from stock. precision video for analog and digital. Belden guarantees this level of performance because every cable is tested with equipment that simulates every known environmental and electrical performance condition. twisting. That’s because Belden Coaxial cables are time-tested for performance. Duobond IV (Quad Shield) Duobond IV adds a second layer of braid to the Tri-Shield design (foil/braid/foil/braid). standard analog. thereby preventing signal egress or ingress. As a result. Many of these are available off the shelf from distributors. or backlashing. c o m . Duobond II (Foil/Braid) Combines all the features of Duobond with an outer braid applied for greater protection against interference and to increase the overall tensile strength. It also rolls out 60% faster than conventionally packaged cable.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. contact Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1. b e l d e n . Lightweight and more economical than conventional drums or reels. with each offering the benefits needed for physical. cut costs and labor. Duobond® Duobond is essentially the same construction as Duofoil (a laminated shielding tape consisting of aluminum foil/plastic film/ aluminum foil). reliable and trouble-free operation. but with an extra layer of heat-sensitive adhesive bonding the foil shield to the dielectric core. Performance that guarantees outstanding value. which improves the high-frequency performance of the cable. This fold prevents a slot opening from being created in the shield. This foil shield provides 100% coverage and insures maximum shield protection. Duobond III (Tri-Shield) Duobond III utilizes the Duobond II design (foil/braid) plus an additional surrounding layer of Duofoil.8 0 0 . This unique feature creates the effect of a solid metal conduit. bundled RGB.1 • w w w . UnReel dispensers have pre-punched handles for easy. UnReel cable pays out smoothly and evenly with no kinking.2 Introduction Compare Belden® Coaxial cables and the companies who produce them and you will discover the obvious: Belden has no equal. This extra layer of foil improves shield reliability and provides an additional interference barrier. Coax Cable Shielding Belden’s line of coaxial cable features a wide range of shielding configurations. video triax. and eliminate the need for dereeling equipment. The UnReel is a unique packaging dispensing system developed by Belden to save time. Belden Coaxial cable can be counted on for positive. Cable choices include broadband. Belden Coaxial cables are engineered in a wide selection of sizes and materials.

031″ BC (9.226 .55 6.0 31.4) BF/93% TC (5.016″ SPC (41.4) BF/90% TC (9.046 .032″ BC (10.0) Outer None/95% BC (1.3) BF/93% TC (5.022 .077) FHDPE (. b e l d e n .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.57 6.013 .0) 1/.7 17.0) 1/.58 Belden 1/.190) PE (.62 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden .0) 1/.) Jacket Material (OD in.032″ SPC (10.57 6.3 16. Cap.026) FLM (.0 23.083 .8 17.0) 1/.) Suggested Nom.57 6.032 .3) BF/93% TC (5.4) DB/95% TC (2.077) FHDPE (.0) 1/.4) BF/85% TC (2.148) GIFHDPE (.8 17.62 7805 7805R 6.010 50 50 50 50 50 23.7 17.077) FHDPE (.031 .) (°C) UL Max.0) 1/.309) PVC (.7 17.0) 1/.300) PE (.4) BF/85% TC (2.032″ SPC (10.55 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.8 16. Reference DS-3 and DS-4 Interconnect and Cross-connect Cable 728A Type 9231 6.4) BF/85% TC (2.110) .484) PE (.0) 1/.032″ SPC (10.235 x .0) 1/.032″ BC (10.068 .8 0 0 .56 6.077) FHDPE (.077) FHDPE (.4) DB/95% TC (2.55 6.077) FHDPE (.3) BF/93% TC (5.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.148) GIFHDPE (.7 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 0 to +75 -45 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 0 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 0 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cables 7809A 7809R 6.1) BF/85% TC (2.1 • w w w .148) GIFHDPE (.0 23.4) BF/85% TC (2.148) GIFHDPE (.7 17.032″ SPC (10.485) PVC (.032″ SPC (10.148) GIFHDPE (.016″ SPC (41.309) PVC (.8 16.56 6.250 .B E L D E N .077) FHDPE (.55 6.190) GIFHDPE (.55 6.215) PVC (.045 .0) 1/.4) BF/85% TC (2.0) 1/. Voltage (RMS) Non UL Cable Designation Part No.57 6.077) FHDPE (.0) 1/.7 17.235) PVC (1.110) PVC (.2 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 300 300 300 1.4) BF/85% TC (2.7 17.0) 1/.581) PVC (.0) 1/.129 x .3) BF/93% TC (5.55 6.129 x .072″ BC (2.1) 1/.772) PVC (.016″ SPC (41.020″ BC (27. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.235 x .046 .0) 1/.111 .203) PVC (.072″ BC (2.250 .100 300 7809WB 6.364 .55 6. Operating Imp.016″ SPC (41.3) BF/93% TC (5.0) 1/.) (OD in. Temp.3) BF/93% TC (5.0) 1/.0 -40 to +60 1900 734A Type DS3-4 734A Type DS3-4 Bundled 12-Coax 734A Type DS3-4 Plenum 734A Type DS3-4 Bundled 6-Coax 734D Type DS3-4 734D Type DS3-4 Bundled 12-Coax 734D Type DS3-4 Plenum 734D Type DS3-4 1-Coax with Tracer 734D Type DS3-4 Dual Coax 734D Type DS3-4 2-Coax with Tracer 734D Type DS3-4 Bundled 6-Coax 735A Type DS3-4 735A Type DS3-4 Bundled 12-Coax 735A Type DS3-4 Bundled 16-Coax 735A Type DS3-4 Plenum 735A Type DS3-4 1-Coax with Tracer 735A Type DS3-4 2-Coax with Tracer 735A Type DS3-4 Dual Coax 735A Type DS3-4 Bundled 24-Coax 735A Type DS3-4 Bundled 3-Coax 735A Type DS3-4 Bundled 6-Coax 735A Type DS3-4 Bundled 8-Coax 735A Type DS3-4 Bundled 9-Coax RF300 RF300 Riser RF300 Burial RG-174/U Type RF100A RG-174/U Type RF100LL 734A1 734A12 734A1P 734A6 734D1 734D12 734D1P 734D1T 734D2 734D2T 734D6 735A1 735A12 735A16 735A1P 735A1T 73502T 735A2 735A24 735A3 735A6 735A8 735A9 6.1) 1/.129) PVC (.016″ SPC (41.57 6.0) 1/.4) BF/85% TC (2.0) 1/.011 .077) FFEP (.772) PVC (.56 6.0) 1/. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Oper.026) FLM (.636) FLM (.59 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).190) GIFHDPE (.7 17.171 .7 17.072″ BC (2.) Nom.3) BF/93% TC (5.399) PVC (.3) BF/93% TC (5.061 .046 .574) PVC (.018 .870) PVC (.55 6.0) 1/.016″ SPC (41.031 .4) BF/85% TC (2.032 .016″ SPC (41.4) BF/85% TC (2.3 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide DS-3 and DS-4 Interconnect and Cross-Connect Cables and Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cables Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.034 .57 6. Page No.016″ SPC (41.57 6.9) PE (. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.8 17.) (DCR/1000 Ft.148) FFEP (.032″ BC (10.235) PVC (1.3) GIFHDPE (.55 6.4) BF/85% TC (2.122 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 16.179 x .215) PVC (.3 16.018″ BC (3.3) DB/95% TC (2.060) PVC (.198) Inner None/98% SPC (187.077) GIFHDPE (.0) 1/.7 17.2 26.129) PVC (.017″ SPC (41.8 16.55 6. Spec.484 .148) GIFHDPE (.016″ SPC (41.3) PVC-NC (. Weight (Lbs.56 6.55 6.148) FFEP (.62 6.040 .016″ SPC (41. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .305) .009 .0) 1/.8 16.308) PVC (.077) FHDPE (.7 17.148) GIFHDPE (.077) FHDPE (.484 .061) FHDPE (.447) PVC (.3) BF/93% TC (5.8 16.300) PVC (.55 6./Ft.032″ BC (10.3) BF/93% TC (5.148) FHDPE (.7 17.148) GIFHDPE (.2) 1/.8 16.0159″ SPC (41.1) BF/93% TC (9.071 75 21.258) PVC (.300) PVC (. Nom.59 6.235 x .032″ SPC (10.1) 1/.032″ SPC (10. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables . See page 6.3) BF/93% TC (5.

2) 1/.037″ BC (7.60 6. c o m .62 7810A 7810R 6.73 6.0 23.012 .64 7977A 7977R 6.163 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 24.590) PVC (.037″ BC (7.64 7976WB 6.026 .195) PE (.2) CT (10.116) TFE (.2) 1/.1 • w w w .61 7809A 7809R 6.062) DF/90% TC (4.73 6.163 .500 1.3) 1/.500 1.011″ SCCCS (205.142″ BCCA (.5 19.2) 1/.016 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 75 75 75 29.026 .0) 1/.60 6.108″ BCCA (1. Temp. Voltage (RMS) Non UL Cable Designation Part No. Oper.036″ SPC (7.087) None (.062) TFE (.053 .150) GIFPE (.3 24.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.5 29.012 .60 6.116) TFE (.0 25.62 6.176″ BCCA (.500) PVC (.74 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden .2) 1/.7) DB/95% TC (2.5 29.016 .5) CT (4.011″ SCCCS (205.0 23.5 23.087 .5 19.072″ BC (2.1 24.047) None (. See page 6.044″ BC (3.116) GIFPE (.8) DBII/90% TC (1.116) GIFPE (.040 .72 6.900 1.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.6 24.000 1500 1500 1500 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).5 29.500) PE (.190) GIFPE (.370) FHDPE (.8) DBII/85% TC (1.011″ SPCCS (205.6) 1/.163 .020″ SPC (25.3 23.300) PE (.150) GIFPE (. Operating Imp.5) DB/95% TC (3.020″ SPCCS (64.036 .046 .405) PE (.190) GIFPE (.047) None (.057″ BC (3.0 23.8) 1/.062) TFE (.012 .8) 1/.5) 1/.5 29.057″ BC (3.72 6.011″ SPCCS (81.72 6.2) 1/.5) DB/95% TC (3.077 .6) DBII/85% TC (1.74 6.455) FHDPE (.65 6.5) 1/.0) 1/.2) DF/95% TC (4. Nom.5 29.190) GIFPE (.011″ SPC (11.116) TFE (.) (°C) UL Max.020″ SPCCS (64.195) PVC (.5) CT (10.285) FHDPE (.142″ BCCA (.3) 1/.B E L D E N .) Jacket Material (OD in.5 19.142″ BCCA (.000 1.0) CT (10.029 .4 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cables and Microwave Conformable ® Coax Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.) (OD in.8) CT (8.) Suggested Nom.036″ SPCCS (20.178) None (.110) GIFPE (.127) .046 .085) PVC (.8 0 0 .300) PE (.370) FHDPE (. b e l d e n .240) PVC (.1 25.300) PVC (.000 1.73 6.176″ BCCA (. Page No.61 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.120 .138) None (.0) CT (8.455) FHDPE (.7) DB/95% TC (1.62 7809WB 6.455) TFE (.077 .6) 1/.0) CT (4.0 23.3) 1/.004 .2) CT (8.062) TFE (.64 6.5) 1/. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.2) CT (10.5) 1/.65 7977WB 6.285) GIFPE (.0 23.0) CT (10. Cap.60 6.110) GIFPE (. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .240) PE (. Reference Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cables (continued) RG-58/U Type RF195 RG-58/U Type RF195 Riser RG-58/U Type RF200 RG-58/U Type RF200 Riser RG-8/X Type RF240 RG-8/X Type RF240 Riser RG-8/X Type RF240 Burial RF300 RF300R Riser RF300WB Burial RG-8/U Type RF400 RG-8/U Type RF400 Riser RG-8/U Type RF400 Burial RF500 Aerial RF500 Aerial RF500 Aerial RF600 Aerial RF600 Aerial RF600 Aerial RG-401/U Type Conformable RG-402/U Type Conformable RG-402/U Type Conformable RG-402/U Type Conformable Jacketed RG-405/U Type Conformable RG-405/U Type Conformable RG-405/U Type Conformable Jacketed M17/151 Type Conformable M17/151 Type Conformable 75 Ohm Conformable 75 Ohm Conformable 75 Ohm Conformable Jacketed 7806A 7806R 7807A 7807R 7808A 7808R 6.5 29.176″ BCCA (.057″ BC (3.900 1.3) 1/.072″ BC (2.1 25.5 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -40 to +105 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -40 to +105 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -40 to +105 3.195) PVC (.285) GIFPE (.044″ BC (3.9) 1/.085) None (.0) 1/.0 23.72 6.2) DF/95% TC (4.65 Microwave Conformable Coax 1675A 1673A 1673B 1673J 1671A 1671B 1671J 1674A 1674B 1672A 1672B 1672J 6.062) TFE (.63 7810WB 6.246) None (.120 .020 .405) PE (.5) DB/95% TC (2.370) FHDPE (.020 .) Nom.405) PVC (. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0) GIFPE (.0 23.6) DBII/90% TC (1.3) 1/.0) PE (.500 1.5) 1/.8) DB/95% TC (1.120 .7) DB/95% TC (2.127) None (.6 29. Weight (Lbs.020 .034) TFE (.8) DBII/85% TC (1.072″ BC (2.5 23.590) PE (.0) 1/.022 .012 .240) PE (.900 1.72 6.062) TFE (.) (DCR/1000 Ft.5 29.73 6.7) 1/. Spec.74 6.0 23.087) PVC (.036 .2) 1/.108″ BCCA (1.63 7976A 7976R 6.034) TFE (.0) 1/.036″ SPCCS (20.6 24.63 6.195) PE (./Ft.0) 1/.2) DB/95% TC (3.108″ BCCA (1.8) 1/.138) PVC (.004 . Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.6) DBII/90% TC (1.5) CT (4.065″ SPCCS (2.210) TFE (.6 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 7808WB 6.590) None (.8) DB/95% TC (1.2) DF/90% TC (4.5) 1/.0) CT (10.150) GIFPE (.61 6.500) PE (.081 .

0) DBII/60% AL (9.040″ BCCS (28.180) GIFPE (.2 16.416) PVC (.170) GIFPE (.25 Belden.8) DBIV.273) PVC (.234) FLM (.44 6.040″ BC (6.040″ BCCS (28. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.180) GIFPE (./Ft.0) DBIII/60% AL (6.180) GIFPE (.) (OD in.040″ BCCS (28.030 .0) DBII/90% AL (5.4) 1/.248) PE (.040″ BCCS (28.2 -55 to +80 300 1191AM 6.2 -40 to +80 300 1258AM 6.2 16.235) PVC (.027 .3 16.2 16. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.0) 1/.1 • w w w .19 6.298) LSZH (.275 x .040″ BCCS (28.298) FLM (. IBM P/N1501919 Belden 1/.22 6.22 1694A 1694SB 1695A 1829A 1829AC 1829B 1829BC 1829P 1829R 1837A 6.4) 1/.) Jacket Material (OD in.2 16.035 75 75 75 16.0) DBII/60% AL (9.040 .3 -20 to +75 300 1190A 6.2 16.170) GIFPE (.21 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).030 .235) PVC (.5) DBIII/77% AL (5. Voltage (RMS) Non UL Cable Designation Part No.22 1616AM 6.0) 1/.170) GIFPE (.180) GIFPE (.180) FFEP (. Nom.0) 1/.042 .270 x .8) DF/95% TC (2.44 6.0) 1/.) (°C) UL Max.040″ BC (6. See page 6. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .8) DBII/60% AL (9.024 .6) DBIII/77% AL (5.2 16.278) PVC (.275 x .275 x .278) PE (.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.0) 1/.0) DBII/60% AL (9.044 .20 1532A 1545A 1546A 1613A 1614A 6. Weight (Lbs.416) PVC (.8) DBIV/60% AL 40% AL (4.2 16.2 16.029 .20 6.040″ BCCS (28.0) 1/.024 .0) 1/.0) DBII/60% AL (9.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. Cap.270) PE (.180) GIFPE (.0) 1/.) (DCR/1000 Ft.0) 1/.024 .030 .6) DF/95% TC (2.39 6.030 .270) PVC (.040″ BCCS (28.180) GIFPE (.024 .0) DBII/90% AL (5.040″ BCCS (28. b e l d e n .270) PVC (.298 x .033 .027 .4) 1/.2 16.180) DF/60% TC DF/40% TC (1.0) FFEP (.0) 1/.0) 1/.0) 1/.270 x .) Nom.2 -30 to +75 -40 to +80 -20 to +75 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -20 to +75 -30 to +75 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -30 to +75 -55 to +80 -55 to +80 -20 to +75 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 1531AM 6. Operating Imp.040″ BCCS (28.040″ BCCS (28. Spec.6) DBIII/77% AL (5.2 16.040″ BCAC (6.2 16.5 -70 to +200 300 1189A 6.234) PVC (.23 1322R 6.042 .045 .31 6.180) GIFPE (.24 Belden .6) DBIV/60% AL 40% AL (4.0) DB+/77% AL (5.048 75 16.2 -40 to +80 300 RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type Burial RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type 1189AP 6.4) 1/.039 75 16.0) 1/.270) PE (. Reference RG-6 Type RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type 1152A 6.2 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 300 300 300 RG-6/U Type 1360SB Composite (w/PowerPair) RG-6/U Type 1530A RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type Burial RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type Burial RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type Digital Video RG-6/U Type Digital Video RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type Burial RG-6/U Type Burial RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type Burial 1530AP 6.040″ BCCS (28.040″ BCCS (28.180) FFEP (.270) FLM (.0) 1/.043 .029 .1) DBII/90% AL (5.22 1615AM 6.19 1260AM 6.20 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden .) Suggested Nom.275) PVC (.180) GIFPE (.040″ BC (6. Temp. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .029 .410) PE (.5 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide Microwave Conformable ® Coax and RG-6 Type Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.0) DBII/60% AL (9.040″ BC (6.180) GIFPE (. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .180) GIFPE (.180) GIFPE (.040″ BCCS (28.180) GIFPE (.8) 95% BC (3.180) GIFPE (.44 6.180) GIFHDPE (.045 .433) PVC (.270) PVC (.31 6.180) GIFPE (.410) PVC (.6) DBIII/77% AL (5.040″ BCCS (28.275) .8) DF/95% TC (2.5) FEP (.21 6.8) DBIV/60% AL 40% AL (4.2 16.170) GIFPE (.040″ BCCS (28.25 Belden .040″ BCAC (6.3 16.2 16.040 75 16.4) 1/.31 6.0) DBII/90% AL (5.275 x .040″ BCCS (28.275) FLM (.180) GIFPE (. Page No.0) 1/.31 6.180) GIFPE (.170) FFEP (.0) 1/.514) PVC (.040″ BCCS (28.0) 1/.24 Belden .B E L D E N .076 .2 16.8 0 0 .040″ BCCS (28.0) DBIII/60% AL (6.2 16.040″ BCCS (28.040″ BCCS (28.31 6.0) 1/.180) FFEP (.029 75 16.4) 1/.270) FLM (. 60% AL 40% AL (4.2 16.24 .180) GIFPE (.8) DBII/60% AL (9.0) 1/. Oper.024 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 16.0) DBII/60% AL (9.040″ BCCS (28.298) PVC (.180) GIFPE (.31 6.2 16.3 16.0) 1/.040″ BCCS (28.2 16.032 75 16.2 16.180) FFEP (.20 6.0) 1/.8) DBIV/60% AL 40% AL (4.0) 1/.040″ BCCS (28.270) PE (.24 Belden Belden Belden .416) PVC (.

2 16.040″ BCCS (28.) (OD in.) Jacket Material (OD in.84 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.2) DB+/77% AL (5.5 16.180) GIFHDPE (.031 .058 . Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.6) PVC (.023 .040″ BCCS (28.2 16.2 16.32 6. Page No.180) GIFPE (.0) (.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.0) 1/. Temp.6) DBIV/60% AL 40% AL (4.) Suggested Nom.270 x .32 6.040″ BCCS (28.040″ BCCS (28.180) PE (. Spec.026 .2 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 -30 to +75 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 3000 RG-6/U Type 3132A 6.19 6.030 .21 6.4) 1/.0) (.180) GIFPE (.84 Belden .2 16.) (°C) UL Max.32 6. Cap.285) GIFPE (.273 x .19 6.180) GIFPE (.042 .2 16.32 6.3 -20 to +150 300 RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type 5339G5 7915A 7916A 6.) (DCR/1000 Ft.180) GIFPE (.2 16.180) FPE (.1) None/97% BC (1.0) (.235) PVC (.273 x .0) (.069 .2 16.6) None/95% BC None/95% BC (2.4) 1/.032 75 75 75 16.0) 2/.2 16.6) (.0) (.0) 1/.029 .33 6.180) GIFPE (.040″ BCCS (28.275) DBIII/60% AL PVC (6.) Nom.4) 2/.2 16.048″ TC (6.5) (.037″ BC (7.069 75 20.273 x .040″ BCCS (28. Nom.180) GIFPE (. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5) GIFPE (.180) FPE (.180) GIFPE (./Ft.2 16.38 JAN-C-17A MIL-C-17D Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden .0) 1/.040″ BCAC (6.410) DBIII/60% AL (6.040″ BCCS (28.026 .8) PVC (.6 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide RG-6 Type Cable Designation Part No.703) DBII/60% AL PVC (9.030 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 20.185) FRSFPE (.270 x .180) FFPE (.2 16.0) 1/.19 6.273 x .39 6.033 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 16.590) DBII/60% AL (9.1) 7/.0) 1/.21 6.270 x .1) 1/.270) DBII/60% AL PVC (9.703) DBII/60% AL PVC (9.040″ BCAC (6.39 6.0) 1/.170) GIFPE (.104 .180) GIFPE (.040″ BCCS (28.058 .040″ BCCS (28.057 .180) GIFPE (.180) GIFPE (.275) PE (.180) FFEP (.750) DBIV/67% AL 46% AL (3.040″ BC (6.19 6. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.0) 1/.040″ BCCS (28.0) PVC (.040″ BC (6.416) DF/65% TC (5.285) PE (.180) GIFPE (.0) DB+/77% AL (4.040 .040″ BCCS (28.0) 1/.19 6.33 Belden Belden Belden .33 6.040″ BCCS (28.2 16.332) PVC (.042 .180) DBII/60% AL PVC (9.054 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 20. b e l d e n . See page 6.4) 1/.025 .8) None/96% BC None/95% BC (1.19 6.040″ BCCS (28.029 .0) 1/.2 16.700 300 350 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 DB+/77% AL PVC (5.0) 7/.275 x .0) DBII/60% AL (9.5 -55 to +80 2.2 16.180) GIFPE (.274) DBII/60% AL PVC (9.B E L D E N .270) LSZH (.0) 1/.3 -40 to +80 -40 to +60 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 -55 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -20 to +75 -40 to +80 -30 to +75 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 300 3.38 6.040″ BCCS (28.040″ BC (6.2 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 300 300 300 RG-6/U Type 8215 6.040″ BCCS (28.180) GIFPE (.274) PVC (.23 6.2 16.270 x .288) *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).040″ BCAC (28.32 6.2 17.0) DBII/60% AL (9.23 6. Voltage (RMS) Non UL RG-6 Type (continued) RG-6/U Type Static Ground RG-6/U Type Static Ground RG-6/U Type Static Ground RG-6/U Type Static Ground RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type Burial RG-6/U Type 1839A 1839AC 1840A 1840AC 1841A 1841AC 1843A 3131A 6. Oper.0) 2/.4) 2/.270) FLM (.0) 2/.0) (.4) 1/. Operating Imp.040″ BC (6. Weight (Lbs.0) DBII/60% AL (9.0) 1/.0) PVC (.180) GIFPE (.030 .069 .0) 1/.700 RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type Burial RG-6/U Type Burial RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type Riser RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type Messengered RG-6/U Type RG-6/U Type 8238 8261 9058 9058M 9062 9066 9077 9116 9116P 9116R 9116SB 9117M 9118 9119M 9248 9290 6.405) DBII/60% AL PVC (9.2 16.170) GIFPE (.180) GIFPE (.043 75 16.595) DBII/60% AL PE (9.595) DBII/60% AL PVC (9.2 16.024 .0) 1/.8 0 0 .2) None/97% BC (1.275) PVC (.040″ BCCS (28.2) BB/50% AL (15.0) PVC (.180) GIFPE (.416) DB+/77% AL (5.19 6.253) PVC (.275) .405) DBII/60% AL PVC (9.052 .040 .298) PE (.38 Belden .117 .2 16. c o m .6) DBIV/67% AL 46% AL (7.300) PVDF (.405) PVC (.0) 1/.273 x .028″ BCCS (32.048″ TC (6.0) 1/.2 16.3 16.0) (.32 6.2 16.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.21 6.043 .6) DBII/60% AL (9.270) PVC (.275 x .405) PVC (.0) 1/.1 • w w w .040″ BCCS (28.180) GIFPE (.040″ BCCS (28.0) (.0) (.23 6. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.

108″ BCCA (1.285) DF/95% TC (1.036 . b e l d e n .1) DBII/90% TC (1.170) FFEP (.34) 1/.405) PVC (.63 8214 8237 9251 9258 9880 6. Voltage (RMS) Non UL RG-6 Type (continued) RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type Plenum RG-6/U Type Plenum 82120 82248 87120 89120 89248 6.9) 7/. Operating Imp.69 6.040″ BC (6.285) GIFHDPE (.044 .) (OD in.113 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 52 52 50 50 24.057″ BC (3.348) . Page No.370) Outer PE (.285) FFEP (.108″ BC (1.1) DBII/60% AL (4.8 26.057″ BC (3.170) FFEP (.405) PVC-NC (.057″ BC (3.057 75 75 75 16.044 .70 6.040″ BCCS (28.70 6.) Suggested Nom.405) Inner PE (.115 .70 .2) Outer None/96% BC (2.077 . Nom.2) 1/. Weight (Lbs.087 .6 22.280) FFEP (.0 26.5 16.355) PE (.2) 1/.0 23.280) GIFHDPE (.285) GIFPE (.285) GIFHDPE (.403) PVC (.0 23. Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.34) 1/.085″ BC (1.054 .108″ BCCA (1.150) GIFHDPE (.5 28.25 6.077 .245) SSFEP (.405) PVC (.170) FFEP (.83 Belden Belden Belden Belden.2 16. Temp.8 26.099 .25 6.295) FFEP (.8) 1/.70 6.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.4) 1/.170) FFEP (.274) PVC (.38 6.2 23.403) PVDF (.83 9888 6.7) DF/65% TC (5. Spec.0 23.0) 1/. Oper.28 Belden.69 6.035 .2) None/95% BC (3.234) FLM (.285) PE (.3) DBIV/94% TC 90% TC (1.403) PVC (.61 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden JAN-C-17A MIL-C-17D Belden Belden.108″ BC (0.040 .108″ BC (1.106 .1) DF/95% TC (1.242) PVC (.240) PE (.8) DBII/95% TC (1.8) DB/95% TC (2.2 16.285) GIFHDPE (.63 7810WB 6.0) None/97% BC (1.5 16.280) GIFPE (.0) 1/.243) FPE (.364) FEP (.) Jacket Material (OD in.086″ BC (1.5) Inner None/96% BC (1.0 23.240) PE (.5 -20 to +75 -20 to +75 -20 to +150 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 300 300 300 300 300 RG-8 Type RG-8/U Type RG-8/X Type RF240 RG-8/X Type RF240 Riser RG-8/X Type RF240 Burial RG-8/U Type RF400 RG-8/U Type RF400 Riser RG-8/U Type RF400 Burial RG-8/U Type RG-8/U Type RG-8/U Type RG-8/X Type RG-8/U Type Thick Ethernet RG-8/U Type Triaxial 7733A 7808A 7808R 6.9) 7/.63 6.137 50 52 50 50 24.69 6.700 3.375) PVDF (. See page 6. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .222) PVDF (.0) SSPE (.150) GIFHDPE (.1) None/97% BC (1.097 .064″ BCCS (11.90 .058″ BC (4.0) 1/.403) PVC (.092 75 16. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables RG-11/U Type Plenum 1153A 6.064″ BCCS (11.7) DF/65% TC (5.0 28.0 -20 to +150 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +80 -40 to +75 -40 to +80 -30 to +80 -30 to +60 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 3.0) 1/.4) 1/.7 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide RG-6.0 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -25 to +150 300 300 300 300 89913 6.34) 7/.26 6.61 7810A 7810R 6.69 6.280) GIFPE (.234) FEP (.5 16.) (DCR/1000 Ft.5 24.70 6. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .108″ BC (1. RG-8 and RG-11 Types Cable Designation Part No.2) 1/.0) DB/95% TC (2.8) DB/95% TC (1.086″ BC (1.8) DB/95% TC (2.1) DBII/60% AL (4.61 6.B E L D E N .3) 1/.0 -55 to +80 300 RG-8/U Type RG-8/U Type RG-8/U Type RG-8/U Type Thick Ethernet Plenum RG-8/U Type Plenum 9913 9913F7 9914 89880 6.222) PVDF (.1) DBIV/90% TC 90% TC (1.040″ BCCS (28.1) 1/.0) DB/95% TC (2.108″ BC (0.234) FEP (.108″ BC (0.5 24.3 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -20 to +150 300 300 300 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).8) DB/95% TC (2.094 .035 .2 -70 to +200 300 .7) DF/95% TC (1.0 -20 to +150 300 RG-11 Type RG-11/U Type RG-11/U Type RG-11/U Type Plenum 1523A 1523AN 1523AP 6.9) 1/.285) PE (.2) FFEP (.480) .240) PVC (.5) DBII/90% TC (1.4) 7/.040″ BC (6.285) FPE (.155) FPE (.108 .26 Belden Belden Belden .387) PVC (.040″ BCCS (28.4) 1/.054 .1 • w w w .286) GIFHDPE (.036 .150) GIFHDPE (.108″ BCCA (1.2) None/97% BC (1.130 50 26.403) PE (.38 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.170) FFEP (.405) BELFX (.8) DB/95% TC (2.064″ BCCS (11. Cap./Ft.064″ BCCS (11.1) FLM (.085″ BC (1.035 75 75 75 75 75 16.0) 1/.400) PVC (.26 6.0 23.9) 19/.) Nom.400) PVDF (.5 16.2) 7/. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.104 . Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.8) DF/60% TC DF/40% TC (1.103″ BC (1. DEC PN17-00324-00 Belden 1/.0) 1/.) (°C) UL Max.9) 1/.115 50 25. IBM P/N1501908 .043 .25 6.8) DBII/60% AL (4.1) DF/90% TC (1. DEC PN17-00451-00 Belden .700 300 300 7808WB 6.8 0 0 .

280) FFEP (.350) Outer PVDF (.064″ CCS (11.5 -20 to +150 300 RG-11/U Type RG-11/U Type Plenum RG-11/U Type Triax Flooded 7731A 7732A 7803A 6.) (OD in.407) RG-11/U Type 1618A 6.2 16.046 .53 Belden .0) 1/.087 .28 Belden .0) 1/. Cap.5) DBIV/67% AL 46% AL (3.0) DBIV/60% AL PVC 40% AL (.068 75 16.560) (3.280) GIFHDPE (.28 Belden DBIV/60% AL PVC 40% AL (.6) Outer None/95% BC (1.112 75 75 75 16.4) PE (.100 .064″ BC (2.064″ BCCS (11.064″ BC (3.28 DBII/60% AL PVC (4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .) Jacket Material (OD in.6) Outer None/80% BC (1.075 75 16.064″ BCCS (11.4) Inner None/95% (1.2 -55 to +80 300 RG-11/U Type Messengered RG-11/U Type Messengered RG-11/U Type Triaxial High-Flex Version 1619AM 6.44 6.405) Inner PE (.053 75 16.407) PE (.84 Belden 1/.5) 1/. c o m .1 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 -55 to +80 -55 to +80 300 300 300 300 RG-11/U Type Triaxial 8233A 6.064″ BC (2.064″ BC (2.1) PVC (.1 -30 to +75 300 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).580) DBIII+/77% AL (4.280) GIFHDPE (.280) GIFPE (.280) GIFPE (.400) PVC (.1) Inner None/95% BC (1.2 16. Spec.0) 1/.064″ BCCS (11.0) 1/.059 75 75 75 75 16.387) PVC (.2 16.3 16.400) PVDF (. Operating Imp.280) GIFPE (.348) Inner PE (.280) FFEP (.064″ BCCS (11.400) PE (.0) Inner Inner PE None/95% BC (.44 6.120 75 16. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.8 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide RG/11U Type Cable Designation Part No.0) DBIV/60% AL 40% AL (3.5) 1/.475) .407 x .1) (.0) 1/.064″ BC (2.054 .475) Inner PVC (.064″ BCCS (11.075 .365) Outer PE (.070 .406) . Temp.365) Outer PE (.405) (1.0) 1/.078 75 16.85 Belden . Nom.580) DBII/60% AL (4.1) DBIV/60% AL 40% AL (3.6) Inner None/95% BC (1.5 -20 to +125 300 RG-11/U Type 3094A 6.26 1525A 1617A 6.407 x .28 Belden .064″ BCCS (11.365) Outer PVC (.064″ BC (2. Oper.064″ BCCS (11.54 Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.064″ BCCS (11. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .400 x .8 0 0 .0) 1/.6) 1/./Ft.27 6.2 -40 to +80 300 RG-11/U Type 3095A 6. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.5) GIFHDPE (.064″ BC (3.0 16. Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia. b e l d e n .) Nom.4) Inner None/95% BC (1.0) 19/.280) GIFPE (. Voltage (RMS) Non UL RG-11/ U Type (continued) RG-11/U Type Riser RG-11/U Type Messengered RG-11/U Type Burial RG-11/U Type 1523R 6.285) DBIII+/77% AL PVC (4.280) GIFPE (.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table. See page 6.280) GIFPE (.407) PVDF (.2 16.1 -30 to +75 -20 to +150 -55 to +80 300 300 300 RG-11/U Type Aerial RG-11/U Type Burial RG-11/U Type RG-11/U Type Triaxial 7983A 7984A 8213 8233 6.4) DBIV/67% AL 46% AL (1.54 Belden Belden Belden .4) Inner PVDF (.400 x .112 75 75 75 75 16.0) None/97% BC (1.0) (.064″ BCCS (11.3 -35 to +75 300 RG-11/U Type Triaxial Plenum 1859A 6.0) 1/.1 16.1) GIFPE (.2 -30 to +80 -40 to +80 -50 to +80 -40 to +80 300 300 300 300 1524AM 6.53 Belden 19/.8) Outer BELFX Outer (.132 75 16.B E L D E N .475) .064″ BC (2.54 Belden 1/.27 6.285) PVC (.312) DBII/60% AL (4.0) 1/.2 -40 to +80 300 1620AM 6.4) Outer None/87% (1.5) GIFPE (.) Suggested Nom.26 6.059 75 16.560) (3.0) 1/.064″ BCCS (11.520) None/95% BC (1.280) GIFHDPE (.274) GIFHDPE (.5) DF/95% TC (1.26 Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.) (DCR/1000 Ft. Weight (Lbs.052 .285) .280) GIFPE (.084 .1) FFEP (.5) GIFPE (.) (°C) UL Max.285) .147 75 17.9) DF/95% TC (1.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.285) GIFHDPE (.400) .0) PE (. Page No.39 6.2 16.2 -40 to +80 300 1858A 6.6) Outer None/80% BC (1.1 • w w w .

035″ TC (10.280) FFEP (.400) FEP (.194) PVC (.8) 19/.080 .5 30.1 16.280) GIFPE (.5 50 50 51.064″ BCCS (11.60 6.0) DBII/93% TC (5.193) PVC (.090 .115) PE (.064″ BC (2.2 16.025 .195) PE (.033″ BC (9.0) DB+/77% AL (3.700 300 RG-11/U Type RG-11/U Type Burial RG-11/U Type Plenum 9292 9764 89292 6.) (°C) UL Max.077 75 75 75 16.67 6.8 28.77 6.8) PE (.520) PVC-NC (.0) 1/. Oper. Weight (Lbs.025 .3) 1/.3 24.8) 1/.6) 1/.1 • w w w .195) PVC (.5 51.6) None/97% BC (1.112) PVC (.3) DBII/95% TC (4.3) GIFPE (.048″ TC (6.022 . Nom.116) GIFHDPE (.8) 1/.39 Belden Belden Belden 1/.114) FPE (.) Nom.037″ TC (8.68 6.037″ TC (9.037″ TC (8.5) 1/.062 . Voltage (RMS) Non UL RG-11/ U Type (continued) RG-11/U Type RG-11/U Type RG-11/U Type Messengered RG-11/U Type Triaxial 9011 9064 9065M 9192 6. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .400 1.064″ BCCS (11.400 1.5 50 50 24.6) 1/.185) .193) PVC (.037″ TC (8.2 16.1) None/95% TC (4.020 .346) PE (.39 6.8 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +80 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +85 -40 to +80 -40 to +85 -40 to +75 300 300 300 300 300 1.195) PVC (.116) PE (.026 .2) DF/90% TC (4.0) 19/.2) Inner None/90% BC (1.312) .060 .116) PE (.029 . Operating Imp.68 6.0) DBII/55% TC (17.400 1.8) (. Spec.6) Outer None/82% BC (1.400) PVC (.68 6. Page No.3 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +75 300 300 300 300 DB+/77% AL PVC (3.195) Inner PE (.82 Belden 7/.26 6.) (OD in.116) PE (. Temp.390) Outer H (.) Jacket Material (OD in.520) RG-11/QPL M17/6-RG11 RG-11/U Type Triaxial 9212 9232 6.8 30. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.025 .) (DCR/1000 Ft.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.60 6.79 6.024 .3) 19/.193) PVC (.0) PE (.064″ BCCS (11.064″ BC (2.044″ BC (3.114) FPE (. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.044″ BC (3.27 6.9 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide RG/11U and RG-58 Types Cable Designation Part No.8) DF/63% TC (3.5 23.280) GIFHDPE (.114) PVC (.140 75 75 20.037″ BC (7.2) DF/95% TC (4.27 6.400) .90 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden JAN-C-17A JAN-C-17A MIL-C-17G Belden MIL-C-17G Belden .035″ TC (10.60 6. See page 6.110) GIFHDPE (.8 26.3) DB+/77% AL (3.280) GIFPE (.B E L D E N .390) Outer PVC (.0) 1/.280) GIFPE (.5) 1/.405) PE (. Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.240) .8 30.0 -40 to +80 1./Ft.400 RG-58/U Type RG-58A/U Type RG-58A/U Type Thin Ethernets 9310 9311 9907 6.77 6.400 300 300 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).026 .195) PVC (.5 17.67 6.6) Outer None/82% BC (1.1) 19/.405) Inner PE (.900 .030″ TC (10.5 26.3 23.195) PVC (.037 50 50 50 50 53.4 -40 to +60 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 1.8) 7/.0) 19/.037″ BC (7.102) PVC (.60 6.7) DF/61% TC (3.2) DF/95% TC (4.285) GIFHDPE (.116) FPE (.27 6.) Suggested Nom.1 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 -70 to +200 300 300 300 RG-58 Type RG-58/U Type RF195 RG-58/U Type RF195 Riser RG-58/U Type RF200 RG-58/U Type RF200 Riser RG-58A/U Type RG-58A/U RG-58A/U Type RG-58C/U QPL M17/155-00001 RG-58/U Type RG-58/QPL M17/28-RG-58 RG-58A/U Type Triaxial 7806A 7806R 7807A 7807R 8219 8240 8259 8262 9201 9203 9222 6.0 25.8 0 0 . Cap.0) 19/.116) PE (.53 Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.192) PVC-NC (.022 50 52 50 30.7) Outer None/85% TC (4.5 28.4) 19/.1) DBII/55% TC (8.064″ BC (3.1) Inner None/96% TC (4.024 .0) 1/.1) None/95% TC (4.114) PE (.018 .110) GIFHDPE (.5) None/95% TC (4.3 -40 to +85 -20 to +75 3.1) None/78% BC (5.83 Belden Belden DEC P/N 17-01248-00 1/.400 x .274) GIFHDPE (.8) Inner PE (.175) Outer PVC (.400 1.8) PE (.580) Inner None/90% BC (1.2 17.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.033″ BC (10.5) GIFHDPE (.033″ BC (10.312) DF/40% AL (5.1) None/95% TC (4.035″ TC (10.056 . b e l d e n .5 30.024 50 37. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables RG-58/U Type 9223 6.53 MIL-C-17G Belden 7/.400 1.68 6.022 .195) .8) 19/.2 16.8) PVC (.064″ BCCS (11.064″ BC (3.134 75 75 75 75 16.0) DF/90% TC (4.081 .193) PVC-NC (.2) None/96% TC (4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .

133) GIFHDPE (. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5) Outer BELFX Outer (.6) Inner None/95% BC (2.360) None/90% BC (1.021 .8) FLM (.032″ BC (10.8) Inner None/98% BC (2.031 .2 -20 to +75 -35 to +75 300 300 Inner Inner PE None/95% BC (.68 6.52 Belden 1/.226) Outer PVC (.2 -35 to +75 300 RG-59/U Type Triaxial High-Flex Version 1857A 6.032″ BC (10.3 16. Spec./Ft.140) GIFHDPE (.144) GIFHDPE (.236) PVC (.7) DBII/93% TC (5.145) GIFHDPE (. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.025 53. IBM P/N 1501917 Belden 1/.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.5) Outer None/95% BC (1.4 -70 to +200 -20 to +150 300 300 RG-59/ U Type RG-59/U Type Plenum RG-59/U Type 1151A 6.143) Inner Inner PE None/95% BC (. Operating Imp.196) .0375″ TC (8.37 6.0253″ BCCS (50.6) None/85% BC (2.265) PVC (.6) None/95% BC (2.6) Inner None/95% BC (2.2) 19/.145) GIFHDPE (.0 -35 to +75 300 RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type Triaxial 8212 8221 8232 6.0) 1/.0) FPE (. Voltage (RMS) Non UL RG-58 Type (continued) RG-58A/U Type Plenum RG-58A/U Type Thin Ethernets Plenum RG-58A/U Type Plenum RG-58A/U Type Thin Ethernet Plenum 82240 82907 6.032″ BC (10. Temp.030 .4 25. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8) FEP (.5 -40 to +75 1.216) (2.054 75 80 75 17.035 75 16.52 Belden Belden 1/.146) PVC (.6) Inner PVC (.35 Belden 1/.031″ BC (14.095) FEP (.17 .51 Belden Belden Belden 1/.032″ BC (10.6) DF/95% TC (3.3 16.0) 1/.1 • w w w .37 6. Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.360) None/95% BC (1.0) None/95% BC (2.8 0 0 .3 16. b e l d e n .29 Belden Belden Belden .400 300 88240 89907 6.36 6. See page 6.145) Inner PVC (.159) FLM (.065 75 16. Nom.159) PVDF (.032″ CCS (44.242) Inner PE (.8) None/95% BC (2.51 Belden 1/.146) GIFHDPE (.032″ CCS (44.0 16.B E L D E N .) (DCR/1000 Ft.) Jacket Material (OD in.032″ BC (10.0) GIFHDPE (. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.242) PVC (.095) None/95% TC (6.2 -55 to +80 -40 to +75 -55 to +80 300 300 300 RG-59/U Type Triaxial 8232A 6.18 Belden.4) DF/95% TC (3.5) Outer BELFX Outer (.2 -40 to +75 300 RG-59/U Type 8241 6.032 .5 -70 to +200 300 1186A 6.0375″ TC (8.073 75 16.0) 1/.3 17.216) (2.145) FLM (.83 Belden DEC P/N 17-01246-00 .29 6.240) .0) 1/. c o m .023″ BCCS (49.8) FEP (.225) Outer PE (.5) 1/.) (OD in.4 0 to +75 0 to +75 1.5) Outer None/80% BC (2.032″ BC (10.107) FFEP (.5 50 26.0) 7/.075 75 17.51 Belden 19/.5) Outer None/80% BC (2.242) .032″ BCCS (26.143) FPE (.5 50 26.8) 1/.2) 19/.033 .5) 1/.032″ BC (10.040 75 75 75 16.360) RG-59/U Type Triax 1856B 6.700 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).6) PE (. Weight (Lbs.032″ BC (10.234) PVC (.0) FPE (.) (°C) UL Max. Oper.027 .7) DBII/93% TC (5.023 53.036 75 20.145) DF/52% TC DF/34% TC (2.68 6.8) None/95% TC (6.10 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide RG-58 and RG-59/U Types Cable Designation Part No.216) Outer BELFX (.070 75 75 16.4 25. Cap.030 .3) DBIV/67% AL 40% AL (7.42 6.315) .4) None/94% BC (2.8) None/94% BC (2.2 -40 to +80 300 RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type 1426A 1505A 1505F 6.032″ BC (10.315) .2) FFEP (.0 -30 to +75 -30 to +75 -35 to +75 300 300 300 RG-59/U Type Plenum RG-59/U Type Triaxial 1506A 1856A 6.145) .145) .1) FFEP (.160) FEP (.107) FFEP (.0) PE (.83 Belden Belden 1/.025 75 16.242) PVC (.1) GIFHDPE (.160) .) Nom.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. Page No.) Suggested Nom.031″ BC (12.

0) FRSFPE (.9) 1/.220) PVC (.240 x .900 8281B 6.35 6. Voltage (RMS) Non UL RG-59/ U Type (continued) RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59B/U Type RG-59/U Type Precision RG-59/U Type Precision Video RG-59/U Type Precision Video RG-59/U Type Precision Video RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type Plenum RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type Precision Video RG-59/U Type RG-59/QPL M17/29-RG59 RG-59/U Type Precision Video RG-59/U Type Precision Video RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type Precision Video RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type Triaxial 8241A 8241B 8241F 8263 8279 8281 6.5) 1/.026 .5) None/93% BC (2.032″ BCCS (44.5 21.023″ BCC (19.0315″ BCC (12.242) PE (. See page 6.) (°C) UL Max. Operating Imp.9) None/95% BC (2.0) None/97% TC None/95% TC (1.700 2.0) 7/.241) PVC (.030″ BC (15.146) PE (.198) GIFPE (.) Suggested Nom.5) 1/.305) PVC (.023″ BCCS (49.143) PE (.5) None/97% TC None/95% TC (1.3 19.0) 1/.146) FRSFPE (.17 6. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables 300 .17 6.033 .198) FPE (.6) None/95% TC (4.2 16.) Jacket Material (OD in.144) PE (.5 17.198) FRSFPE (.41 Belden .024 .033 .038 . Nom.144) GIFPE (.144) GIFPE (.5) 1/.0) 7/.9) 1/.0) DBII/67% AL (12.020 .5 -40 to +75 300 9224 9231 6.8 0 0 .145) None/95% BC (2.305) PVC (.300 2.43 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden .3 -40 to +75 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -20 to +80 300 1.16 6.9) 7/. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.35 6.220) PVC (.031″ BC (9.237) FLM (.023″ BC (20.29 6.5) 1/.071 75 75 22.032″ BCCS (44.146) FPE (.82 6.6) None/95% BC (2.) (DCR/1000 Ft.387) DBIII/67% AL (12.3 16.034 .060 75 21.79 6.069 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 16.0 21.17 6.5) 1/.305) PVC (.035 .36 6.220) PE (.700 300 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).146) PE (.024 .0 -20 to +60 2.42 Belden W/E 728B . b e l d e n .900 1.52 Belden Belden Belden Belden .034 .032″ BCCS (44.0) 1/.0 -40 to +80 -40 to +85 -55 to +80 300 1.068 75 75 75 75 75 75 20.) Nom.024 .6) DF/95% TC (4.078 75 21.237) PVC (.0228″ BC (20.11 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide RG-59/U Type Cable Designation Part No. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.35 6.2) 1/.203) .30 Belden Belden Belden MIL-C-17D Belden Belden 1/.1) None/97% TC None/95% TC (1.022 .41 Belden MIL-C-17G Belden .5 21.5) 1/.079 75 75 75 75 17.242) PE (.3 20.242) PVC (.2 20.0) 1/.0) 1/.241) PE (.146) PE (.7) DBII/40% AL (17.4 17.030″ BC (15.37 6.028 .0) 1/.023″ BC (20.30 Belden .025″ BCCS (50.5) None/97% TC None/95% TC (1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .039 .023″ BCCS (47.36 6.0 -40 to +75 -20 to +75 -30 to +60 -40 to +60 -55 to +80 -55 to +80 300 300 300 1.4) 1/.032″ BCCS (44.242) PVC-NC (.2 16.30 Belden .216) Outer H (.) (OD in.5 20.031″ BC (9.200) GIFPE (. Temp.900 9240 9244 9259 9267 6.0 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -20 to +75 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 300 300 300 300 300 300 1. Oper.032″ BC (10.242) PVC (.2 16.026 75 75 75 16.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.305) PVC (.6) None/95% BC (2.2 20.41 6.0 -40 to +75 -40 to +60 1. Weight (Lbs.1) None/97% TC None/95% TC (1.032″ SPCCS (25.5) DF/95% TC (4.6) PVC (.242) PVC (.5) None/95% BC (2.146) GIFHDPE (.1) 1/.032″ BCCS (44.B E L D E N . Page No.037 .146) PE (.5) 1/.140) GIFHDPE (.305) PVC (. Cap.17 6.146) PE (.8) 1/.1) None/80% BC (5.1) DB+/95% AL (4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .242) PVC (.0) DBII/67% AL (12.031″ BC (9.4) 1/. Spec.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.144) FFEP (./Ft.031″ BC (9.033 .6) None/85% BC (4.0) DBII/67% AL (12.300 9209A 6.140) GIFHDPE (.0) (.3 16.032″ BCCS (44.360) 9167 9204 9209 6.0 -40 to +80 300 8281F 6.198) PE (.700 2.0 21.237) PVC (.025″ BCCS (54.1 • w w w .241) Inner PE (.0) 7/.6) Inner None/95% BC (2.0) PVC (. Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.028 .17 6.5) Outer None/80% BC (2.9) 1/.146) PE (.2 16.5) None/95% BC (2.242) PVC-NC (.900 DBII/67% AL PVC (12.146) FPE (.032″ BCCS (44.023″ BCCS (49.035 75 20.146) PE (.900 9100 9104 9104N 9104P 9105M 9110 9141 6.36 6.144) PE (.

8 12.030 .238 x .242) FLM (.023 .9) None/95% BC (2.140) FEP (.032″ BCCS (44.2) 1/.193) FEP (.035 .030″ BC (15.86 6. Oper.86 6.037 .032″ BC (9.5 17.2) 1/. Operating Imp.023″ BCCS (50.200) FEP (. Cap.146) SSFEP (.025″ BCCS (41.12 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide RG-59/U.240) PVC (.204) FLM (.0) 1/.5 12.9 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 0 to +75 -20 to +75 -20 to +75 -70 to +200 -40 to +200 300 300 300 300 300 1.51 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.2) None/95% BC None/95% TC (1.5 13.146) .5 17.6) (.237) .245) RG-62 Type RG-62/U Type RG-62B/U Type RG-62A/U Type RG-62A/U Type RG62A/U Type RG-62/QPL M17/30-RG62 RG-62/U Type Plenum RG-62/U Type Plenum RG-62/U Type Plenum RG-62/U Type Plenum RG-62/U Type Plenum RG-63/QPL M17/31-RG63 RG-71/QPL M17/90-RG71 8254 8255 9228 9268 9269 9862 82262 82269 86262 87269 89269 6.242) PVC (.85 6.6) DF/96% TC (2. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .85 6.5 13.1) DF/96% TC (2.8 0 0 .082 75 19.0) 1/.042 125 93 9. b e l d e n .134) SSPE (.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft. Nom.025″ BCCS (41.6) None/97% BC (2.245) PVDF (.8) FPE (.031 .86 JAN-C-17A MIL-C-17D Belden Belden.424) None/95% BC (2.037 .0) 1/.146) SSPE (.2) 1/.6) None/95% BC (2. Weight (Lbs.) Nom.078 .5 13.478) None/95% BC (2.2) 1/.025″ BCCS (41.260) PVC (.025″ BCCS (41.2) FEP (.032″ BCCS (26.) (DCR/1000 Ft.2) 1/.144) FRSFPE (.6) None/98% TC None/96% TC (1.030″ BC (15.032 .700 None/97% BC FEP (2.203) FEP (.84 6.212 x .035 .143) GIFPE (.239) PVC-NC (.86 6.18 6.80 MIL-C-17G MIL-C-17G .) Suggested Nom. c o m .36 6.5) 1/.025″ BCCS (41.2 20.025″ BCCS (41.032″ BCCS (44.132) FFEP (.43 Belden 1/.242) FLM (.) (OD in.146) SSPE (.6) None/95% BC (2.0 -20 to +150 1.023″ BCCS (49.0) 7/.5) PVC (.2) 1/.37 6.0) 1/.36 6.5 19.0) 1/.035 .35 6.5 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 300 300 1.140) FFEP (.025″ BCCS (41.135) FEP (.023″ BCCS (49.085 75 75 75 16.140) None/95% BC (3.4) None/97% BC (1.032 .200) PVC-NC (.2) 1/.075 .5 17.271) FEP (.033 .146) FPE (.85 6.86 6.0) 7/.033 93 93 93 93 93 93 93 93 93 93 93 13.) (°C) UL Max.285) SSPE (.6) (.142) FFEP (.3 16.2) 1/.032″ BCCS (26.146) SSPE (.84 Belden Belden Belden . IBM .134) FFEP (./Ft.18 6.6) PVC-NC (. IBM P/N 323921 MIL-C-17G Belden Belden Belden.193) RG-59/U Type Precision Video Plenum RG-59/U Type Plenum RG-59/U Type Plenum RG-59/U Type Dual Plenum 88281 6.2) 7/.200) FEP (.030″ BC (15.025″ BCCS (41.B E L D E N .7 13. RG-62 and Other Misc.190) FLM (.204) PVDF (.6) None/97% BC (2.3 19.1 • w w w .6) None/95% BC (2.5 12.032″ BC (32.85 6.5 16.146) SSPE (.036 .80 6.024″ BCCS (59.023″ BCCS (50. IBM Belden Belden. Temp. Page No.025″ BCCS (41.9) None/95% BC (2.033 .4) None/94% BC (3.035 .188) Outer FEP (.3 16. IBM P/N 5252750 Belden.146) SSFEP (.5 12.135) FEP (.9) None/95% BC (2.035 .185) FFEP (.142) SSFEP (.035 .700 300 1.9) None/95% BC (2.8 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 0 to +75 0 to +75 -70 to +200 -20 to +150 -70 to +200 750 750 750 750 750 750 300 750 300 750 750 Other Misc.) Jacket Material (OD in. Voltage (RMS) Non UL RG-59/ U Type (continued) RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type Dual RG-59/U Type RG-59/U Type Plenum RG-59/U Type Plenum RB-59/U Type Plenum RG-59/U Type Plenum RG-59/U Type Plenum Triax 9274 9275 9555 9659 82108 82241 82259 88241 88232 6.202) FLM (.190) Inner FEP (.5 13. RG Types 9857 9169 6.85 6.5 -40 to +80 -55 to +80 750 750 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).16 6.0) PVC (.5 13.0) 1/.9) None/94% BC (3.033 .6) Inner None/95% BC (2. See page 6.025″ BCCS (41.80 6. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .146) FFEP (.35 6.242) HDPE (.0) 7/.900 89108 89259 89555 6.025″ BCCS (41.2) 1/.036 .9) None/95% BC (2.146) SSPE (.025″ BCCS (41.36 6.2) 1/.9) 1/.4) None/94% BC (3.034 .15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.3 19.700 300 None/95% BC PVC (2.4) None/94% BC (3.5) DF/40% AL (17. RG Types Cable Designation Part No.405) PE (. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft. Spec.0) 1/.4) None/94% BC (3.5) 1/.238) PVC-NC (.060 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 16.146) FFEP (.142) SSPE (.8 12.

060) PE (.195) PVC (.7) None/90% BC (28.212) FEP (.096) TFE (.110) PVC (.003 .7) None/90% TC (14.4) PVC-NC (.82 6.700 3.) Jacket Material (OD in.5 29.0 -70 to +200 1.012″ SPCCS (244.100 300 1.5) None/95% SPC None/95% SC (1.058) GIFHDPE (.033) TFE (.1) DF/90% TC (9. Weight (Lbs.014 .) (OD in. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.78 6.071) FEP (.089″ SPC (1.008 .063) TFE (.67 6.010 .82 6.006 . Nom. Voltage (RMS) Non UL Other Misc.59 6.3) None/95% SPC (6.5) None/95% SPC (8.425) PVC-NC (.102 .5) None/91% SPC (6.010 .2 26.3) DF/90% TC (9.400 84142 6.76 6.005 .) (DCR/1000 Ft.102) TFE (.128 50 50 30.185) PE (.098) FEP (.15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.089″ BC (1.5 -40 to +80 3.048″ TC (6.5) None/95% SPC (6.037″ SCCS (19.0) 7/.8 -40 to +80 -40 to +80 3.2) None/96% SC None/96% SC (2.037″ SCCS (19.037″ SCCCS (16.150) .023) FHDPE (.0 -40 to +80 -70 to +200 1.019″ BCCS (97.7) None/95% BC None/95% BC (.67 6.5 15.) Suggested Nom.020″ SCCCS (91.1) 1/.76 6. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1) 19/.405) PVC-NC (. b e l d e n .79 MIL-C-17G .2 30.400 1. RG Types and Miniature Coax Cable Designation Part No.122 75 20.77 MIL-C-17G MIL-C-17G 27/.010 .160) FEP (.13 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide Misc.6) None/94% SPC (8.058) PE (.77 MIL-C-17G .7) None/89% TC (11.102) GIFHDPE (.3) 1/.80 6.400 7805 7805R 8216 9239 83265 83264 83266 83267 83269 9861 6.100 900 900 2.020″ SPCCS (84.010 .012″ SPCCS (244.010 50 50 50 29.034″ SCC (8.054) PVC (.7) 7/.3) 7/.058) TFE (.7) 7/.8 0 0 .1) 1/.097) PVC (.056″ SPC (3.3 16.8 -40 to +60 1.1 • w w w .060) PE (.008 .40 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden .76 MIL-C-17G MIL-C-17G MIL-C-17G .78 Belden Belden MIL-C-17F Belden MIL-C-17G MIL-C-17G MIL-C-17G MIL-C-17D MIL-C-17D MIL-C-17G .012″ TC (100.8 38.0) 1/.014 75 32 75 75 75 20.1) 7/.5 55.036 50 30.195) FEP (.0 30./Ft.019″ BCCS (97.9) 7/.8 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +60 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -50 to +80 1. Operating Imp.0) 7/.0) 1/.020″ SPCCS (84. Spec.425) PVC-NC (.013″ TC (66.100 750 900 1.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.150) PVC (.5) None/95% SCC (4.018 .84 6. RG Types (continued) RG-122/U QPL M17/157-00001 RG-142B/U QPL M17/158-00001 RG-142/ QPL M17/60-RG142 RG-174/U Type RF100 RG-174/U Type RF 100 Low Loss RG-174/U Type RG-174/U Type RG-178B/U QPL M17/169-00001 RG-179/QPL M17/94-RG179 RG-180/QPL M17/95-RG180 RG-187A/U Type RG-188A/U Type RG-212/U QPL M17/162-00001 RG-213/U QPL M17/163-00001 RG-214/U QPL M17/164-00001 RG-216/QPL M17/77-RG216 RG-223/U QPL M17/167-00001 RG-303/QPL M17/111-RG303 RG-316/U QPL M17/172-00001 RG-316/QPL M17/113-RG316 9252 83242 6.0 29.081 50 50 50 50 50 75 95 75 50 50 31.59 6.5) None/93% TC (5.1) None/96% BC (1.B E L D E N .017 .101) FEP (.011 .0 29.34 6.044) TFE (.8 29.700 9850 6.0) 7/.0) 1/.400 900 900 Miniature Coax Miniature Coax Miniature Coax Miniature Coax Miniature RG-59/U Type Sub-Miniature RG-59/U Type 8218 8700 9221 1855A 1865A 6.3 16.78 MIL-C-17G MIL-C-17G .058) PE (.0) None/95% SPC (14. See page 6.0 29.2) 1/.017″ BCCS (120. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.8) None/95% SCC None/95% SCC (2.030″ TC (17.012″ SPCCS (244.8) 1/.77 6.012″ SPCCS (244.2 17.8 30.6) None/96% SPC (8. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .76 6.3) 7/.0 19.285) PE (.332) PVC-NC (. Oper.116) PE (.043 50 50 30.4) PE (.117) TFE (.103) TFE-T (.5 -40 to +60 -30 to +105 -40 to +60 -30 to +75 -40 to +75 1.400 84303 83284 84316 6.010 .7) DF/95% TC (7.170) FEP (.021″ BC (27.3) 1/.6) DF/95% TC (5.023″ BC (20.2) None/97% SPC None/97% SPC (.0) 7/.100) PP (.116) TFE (.100 1.34 6. Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.098) PVC (. Temp.4) None/90% TC (10.094) None/95% TC (5.) Nom.700 300 30 300 300 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).030 .0195″ BC (27.3) None/96% SC None/96% SC (2.3) 7/.018 . Cap.098) PVC-NC (.) (°C) UL Max.40 6.0) 7/.110) PVC (.043 50 29.200 8267 8268 6.0) 7/.110) PVC (.0 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 -70 to +200 1.77 MIL-C-17G .061) FPE (. Page No.062) TFE (.116) TFE (.0 19. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1) 7/.018″ BC (32.141) TFE-T (.100) FEP (.700 9273 6.285) PE (.285) PE (.159) PVC (.79 6.

6) DF/93% TC (8.0) 1/.0 16.49 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden .48 6.477) PVC (.47 Belden .403) PVC (.0) 7/.012″ TC (100.019″ BC (41.48 6.351) PVC (.058 75 17. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .090) FHDPE (.0) 7/.090) FHDPE (.043 .48 6.48 6.477) PVC (.8 16.4) DB/95% TC (5.019″ BC (41.018″ TC (34.3 17.075) FPFA (.019″ BC (41.075) FPFA (.8 -40 to +60 -40 to +60 -40 to +60 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -20 to +75 -20 to +75 -20 to +75 -20 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -20 to +75 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 1282S4 4 6. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0) 1/.0) 1/.018″ TC (34.48 6.074) GIFHDPE (.4) DB/95% TC (5.5) 7/.0) FHDPE (.423) PVC (.018″ TC (34.3 -40 to +60 300 1407B 4 6.0) 1/.308) PVC (.4) DB/95% TC (5.0 17.388) PVC (.012″ TC (100.5) 7/.031 .4) DB/95% TC (5.276) PVC (.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.8 -20 to +75 300 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).) Nom.074) FPFA (.018″ TC (34.5) 1/.0) 1/.342) FLM (. Spec.) (OD in.3 -40 to +60 300 1417B 5 6.5) DF/90% TC (9.074) GIFHDPE (.0 17.4) DB/95% TC (5.0) 1/.090) FHDPE (.49 6.074) GIFHDPE (. Operating Imp.4) PVC (.090) FHDPE (.044 .15 for key to abbreviations used in this table.018″ TC (34.48 6. & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.8 16.5) DF/93% TC (8.47 Belden .3 -40 to +60 300 1406B 3 6.056) FHDPE (.018″ TC (34.48 6.048 .455) PVC (.074) FPFA (.064 75 17. c o m .019″ BC (41.018″ TC (34.6) DF/93% TC (8.0) 1/.0) 1/.49 6.0) 7/.1 • w w w .8 0 0 . Cap.055 .080 .019″ BC (41.4) DB/95% TC (5.) (°C) UL Max.018″ TC (34.066 .018″ TC (34.018″ TC (34.074) FPFA (.0 17. Temp.5) 7/.0 17.4) DB/95% TC (5.087 .034 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 17.068 . No.018″ TC (34. Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.) Suggested Nom. Weight (Lbs.4) DB/95% TC (5.3 -40 to +60 300 1521A 4 6.4) DB/95% TC (5.012″ TC (100.018″ TC (34.49 6.0 17.050 75 17.090) FPFA (.074) GIFHDPE (.49 6.104 .8 -20 to +75 300 1282S5 5 6.338) PVC (.335) PVC (.018″ TC (34.4) DB/95% TC (5.090 .0) 1/.074) FPFA (.4) DB/95% TC (5.8 17.0) 1/.5) 7/.075) DF/90% TC (9./Ft.6) DB/95% TC (5.246) FLM (.018″ TC (34.088 75 17.0 17. Oper.14 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide Bundled Coax Cable Designation Part No.018″ TC (34.102 75 17.49 Belden .090) FHDPE (.3 -40 to +60 300 1164B 1167B 1418B 1277R 1278R 1279R 1280R 1277P 1278P 1279P 1280P 1281S3 1281S4 1281S5 1281S6 1282S3 3 4 5 3 4 5 6 3 4 5 6 3 4 5 6 3 6.079 .304) PVC (.0) 1/.47 Belden 7/.4) DB/95% TC (5.0) 1/.019″ BC (41.060 . of Coax Page No.275) FLM (.5) DF/90% TC (9.074) FPFA (. b e l d e n .49 Belden .049 75 16.3 17.48 6.0 16.0) 1/. See page 6.6) DF/93% TC (8.6) DF/93% TC (8. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.308) FLM (.388) PVC (.283) PVC (.080 75 16.8 -20 to +75 300 1282S6 6 6.246) PVC (.3 17.369) PVC (.) Jacket Material (OD in.0) 1/.056) FHDPE (.056) FHDPE (.074) FPFA (.068 .0) 1/.4) DB/95% TC (5.48 6.6) DF/93% TC (8. Voltage (RMS) Non UL Bundled Coax Bundled Coax Sub-Miniature RGB Bundled Coax Sub-Miniature RGB Bundled Coax Sub-Miniature RGB Bundled Coax Miniature RGB Bundled Coax Miniature RGB Bundled Coax Miniature RGB Bundled Coax RGB Bundled Coax RGB Bundled Coax RGB Bundled Coax RGB Bundled Coax RGB Bundled Coax RGB Bundled Coax RGB Bundled Coax RGB Plenum Bundled Coax RGB Plenum Bundled Coax RGB Plenum Bundled Coax RGB Plenum Bundled Coax RGB BananaPeel® Bundled Coax RGB BananaPeel Bundled Coax RGB BananaPeel Bundled Coax RGB BananaPeel Bundled Coax RGB BananaPeel Plenum Bundled Coax RGB BananaPeel Plenum Bundled Coax RGB BananaPeel Plenum Bundled Coax RGB BananaPeel Plenum 1520A 3 6.342) .4) DB/95% TC (5. Nom.042 75 17.067 75 16.310) PVC (.075) FPFA (.3 -40 to +60 300 1522A 5 6.074) FPFA (.47 Belden .5) 7/.48 6.275) PVC (.053 .8 16.) (DCR/1000 Ft.48 6.074) FPFA (.47 Belden .455) PVC (.018″ TC (34.47 Belden .4) DB/95% TC ((5.49 Belden .B E L D E N .320) PVC (.

336 .45 6.50 Belden Belden Belden 7/.0) GIFPE (.50 6. Range (Ω) (pF/Ft.032″ BC (10.280 . or for a comprehensive Connector Cross-Reference.770) PVC-M (.145) GIFHDPE (.0) 1/.238 .023″ BC (20.B E L D E N .5) PVC (.023″ BC (20.0) 1/.706) PVC (.45 6.230) None/90% TC (7.6) DF/95% TC (7.023″ BC (20.5 16. Technical Support at: 1-800-BELDEN-1.45 6.1) 1/.3 16.1) 1/.303 .46 6.796) PVC (.012″ TC (100. Zero-Halogen PE = Polyethylene PVC = Polyvinyl Chloride PVC-M = Matte finish Polyvinyl Chloride PVC-NC = Non-contaminating Polyvinyl Chloride TFE-T = Tetrafluoroethylene Tape Wrap Hypalon is a DuPont trademark.023″ BC (20.255) .50 6.145) FFEP (.102) GIFHDPE (.012″ TC (100.040″ BC (6.970) PVC-M (1.174 75 16. of Coax Page No.45 6.8 0 0 .386) PVC (.0) 1/.081 .040″ BC (6.163 . c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .013 . Spec.) (OD in.102) GIFHDPE (.040″ BC (6.133 .45 6.15 RG Coaxial and Triaxial Reference Guide Bundled and S-Video Coax Cable Designation Part No.103 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 16.209 75 16.180) GIFPE (.056) None/98% TC FLM (7.102) GIFHDPE (.8) DF/95% TC (3. No.45 6.2 16.5 16.825) PVC (.053) FHDPE (.1 • w w w .180) GIFPE (.) Jacket Material (OD in.0) DF/95% TC (3.) Nom.5 16.5 16.032″ BC (10.6) DF/95% TC (7. Voltage (RMS) Non UL Bundled Coax (continued) RG-6 Type Bundled SDI Coax RG-6 Type Bundled SDI Coax RG-6 Type Bundled SDI Coax RG-6 Type Bundled SDI Coax 7710A 7711A 7712A 7713A 3 4 5 10 3 4 5 6 12 12 3 4 5 10 6.012″ TC (100.032″ TC (10.597) PVC (. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .180) GIFHDPE (.2 16.234 .8) PVC-M (.46 Belden . & Type* (DCR/1000 Ft.) Suggested Nom. Cap.5) (.900) PVC-M (.8) DF/95% TC (3.3 16.0) 1/.3 17. For information on coaxial cables not listed in this table.102) GIFHDPE (. please contact Belden Electronics Division.023″ BC (20.481) PVC (.4) 1/. Nom.588) . Reference Conductor Insulation Shield Type Stranding/ Material Tape/Braid Dia.1) 1/. Oper.422) PVC (.084 .6) DF/95% TC (7.5 16. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .371 .5 16.145) GIFHDPE (.46 6.2 16.133) FFEP (.501 .6) DF/95% TC (7.017 .032″ TC (10.1) 1/.0) DF/95% TC (7.0) FFEP (.46 6.2 -20 to +75 300 6.040″ BC (6.2 -20 to +75 300 S-Video Coax Parallel Coax S-Video Plenum Parallel Coax S-Video High-Flex Round S-Video High-Flex Design 7700A 1807A 1808A 2 2 2 6.214) None/90% TC PVC (7.46 Belden .056) FHDPE (.0) DF/95% TC (3.8) DF/95% TC (3.106 .45 6.4) 1/.032″ BC (10.) (°C) UL Max.166) PVC (.631) PVC (./Ft.1) 1/.529) PVC (.772 . Conductor Abbreviations BC = Bare Copper BCCA = Bare Copper-covered Aluminum CCS = Copper-clad Steel SC = Silver-coated Copper SCA = Silver-coated Alloy SCCS = Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel SPC = Silver-plated Copper SPCCS = Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel TC = Tinned Copper Braid Abbreviations AL = Aluminum BC = Bare Copper CT = Copper-Tin Composite SC = Silver-coated Copper SPC = Silver-plated Copper TC = Tinned Copper Tape Abbreviations BB = Bonded Beldfoil® BF = Beldfoil DB = Duobond® DBII = Duobond II DBIII = Duobond III DBIV = Duobond IV DB+ = Duobond Plus® DF = Duofoil® F = Foil Insulation Abbreviations FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene FFEP = Foam FEP FHDPE = Foam High-Density Polyethylene FPE = Foam Polyethylene FRSFPE = Flame-retardant Semi-foam Polyethylene GIFHDPE = Gas-injected Foam High-Density Polyethylene GIFPE = Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene PE = Solid Polyethylene PP = Solid Polypropylene SSFEP = Semi-solid FEP SSPE = Semi-solid Polyethylene TFE = Tetrafluoroethylene Jacket Abbreviations BELFX = Belflex® FCP = Fluorocopolymer FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene FG = Fiberglass FLM = Flamarrest® H = Hypalon® HDPE = High-density Polyethylene LSZH = Low-Smoke.46 6.432) PVC (.3 -20 to +60 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 300 300 300 *Inner conductors are entered as: number of strands/strand diameter (in inches).8) DF/95% TC (3.) (DCR/1000 Ft.4) 1/.110 x .6) DF/95% TC (3.0) DF/95% TC (3.1) 1/.46 Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden Belden 1/.2 16. b e l d e n .0) 1/.107 x .102) GIFHDPE (.133) DF/95% TC (3.0) 1/.145) GIFHDPE (.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.190 .3 17.45 6. Weight (Lbs.45 6.032″ BC (10.6) DF/95% TC (7.5) (. Operating Imp. Temp.180) GIFPE (.102) GIFHDPE (.023″ BC (20.4) 1/.0) 7/.8) DF/95% TC (3.45 6.3 16.539) PVC (.3 16.0) 7/.032″ TC (10.8) DF/95% TC (3.031 75 75 75 17.790) PVC (1.2 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -40 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -35 to +75 -20 to +75 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 RG-59/U Type 7787A Bundled (Miniature) RG-59/U Type 7788A Bundled (Miniature) RG-59/U Type 7789A Bundled (Miniature) RG-59/U Type 7790A Bundled (Miniature) RG-59/U Type 7791A Bundled (Miniature) RG-59/U Type 7792A Bundled (Miniature) RG-59/U Type Bundled RG-59/U Type Bundled RG-59/U Type Bundled RG-59/U Type Bundled 7794A 7795A 7796A 7798A RG-59/U Type 1283S3 3 Bundled RGB Coax BananaPeel Plenum RG-59/U Type 1283S5 5 Bundled RGB Coax BananaPeel Plenum RG-59/U Type 1283S6 6 Bundled RGB Coax BananaPeel Plenum 6.133) FFEP (.

kg Nom.032″ BCCS 44.9 20 AWG .4 24.0 5. 100m Description Part No.0Ω/km 3.1 See Chart on page 6. of (Ω) Prop.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 550 MHz.0Ω/M′ 55. b e l d e n .0 10.144 (solid) .5 23.66 Duobond® II* .2 53.5Ω/M′ 146. Nom.B E L D E N .5 23.66 Duofoil® + 40% Aluminum Braid 17. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.0 10. U-1000 ft. put-up also available in White.5Ω/M′ 146.8 0 0 .02 75 83% 16.144 (solid) . c o m . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.8 CM 12.032″ BCCS 44.9 ▲ 3. Series 59 • 20 AWG Solid . m Lbs.0 10. ▲ U-1000 ft.0Ω/km 20 AWG . put-up also available in White.8 CEC: 1000 304.032″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Foil + Braid Shield (40% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9275 NEC: U-500 U-152.8Ω/km . pF/Ft. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.02 75 83% 16. 80°C 9100 NEC: U-500 U-152.16 Broadband Coax MATV Cables Series 59 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.8 CEC: 1000 304.2 53.0Ω/M′ 55.0 10. Capacitance Imp.8 CM 12.237 + 40% Aluminum Braid 17. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.4 24.0 5. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.4 CATV CM U-1000 ▲ U-304.4 CATV CM U-1000 ▲ U-304.1 See Chart on page 6.1 • w w w . Vel.237 6.8Ω/km 6. BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).

1-800-BELDEN-1. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.92 ◆ 1000 ft.0 10.4 . kg Nom.032″ BCCS 44.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz. ▲ U-1000 ft. Capacitance Imp. *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).83 75 83% 16.10 x 9.5Ω/M′ 146.6 3.17 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 59 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.144 (solid) .5Ω/M′ 146.6 8.5Ω/M′ 146. Duobond III = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage).3 2. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.9 24.387 Braid 12.0 10.6 5.8 27.5 12.6 7.4Ω/km Duobond II* .0Ω/M′ 39.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.02 75 83% 16.B E L D E N .032″ BCCS 44.8 CATV CM CEC: CM 24.0 10.1 • w w w .9 30.8 24.144 (solid) .66 Duobond III* .15 75 83% 16.144 (solid) .237 + 67% Aluminum Braid 12.9 20 AWG .66 Duobond II* .4Ω/km 6.032″ BCCS 44.5 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 53.0Ω/M′ 39.0Ω/M′ 39. but length may vary ±10% for spools and ±5% for UnReel from length shown.4 1.9 8.1 See Chart on page 6.16 75 83% 16.1 See Chart on page 6.9 20 AWG .0 10.032″ BCCS 44. m Lbs. 100m Description Part No.8 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 80°C 9104N — 1000 ◆ 304.8 CATV CM 1000 ▲ CEC: CM 24. Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon® Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 9104P NEC: CATVP CMP CEC: CMP 1000 † 304. †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.3 6.4Ω/km 5. of (Ω) Prop.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.0Ω/M′ 39.3 53.237 + 67% Aluminum Braid 12.92 ▲ U-1000 ft.032″ BCCS 44. BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.8 5.032″ BCCS 44.9 3.1 See Chart on page 6.240 x + 67% Aluminum .144 (solid) .8 304. 6.4 24. put-up also available in White. Vel.92 80°C 9110 NEC: U-1000 ▲ U-304.265 + 67% & 46% Aluminum Braids 7.5Ω/M′ 146.0Ω/km 3.1 See Chart on page 6.2 53.203 + 67% Aluminum Braid 12.02 75 83% 16.8 2. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0Ω/km 3.1 See Chart on page 6.0Ω/M′ 39.8 38.0Ω/km 20 AWG .8 9.032″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® + Aluminum Braid(s) Shield (67% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9104 NEC: U-1000 ▲ U-304.140 (solid) .8 1. Nom. 80°C 1186A NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM 1000 304. Gas-injected Foam High-Density Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket Aerial 80°C u 9105M 1000 304.0 17. put-ups also available in Beige and White.0Ω/km 20 AWG . b e l d e n .8 0 0 .4Ω/km 3.5Ω/M′ 146.0 10.9 3. Duobond IV = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid(67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (46% coverage).66 6.3 20 AWG .242 + 67% Aluminum Braid 12.56 Duobond II* .8 24.66 Duobond II* .5 18. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .0Ω/km 3.0Ω/km 20 AWG .73 75 83% 16.2 53. pF/Ft.66 Duobond IV* . Series 59 • 20 AWG Solid .4Ω/km 6.144 (solid) .2 53. 1000 ft.5Ω/M′ 146. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom. put-up available in Black only.9 28.0 12.0Ω/km Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.2 53. put-up available in White only.0Ω/M′ 23.

of (Ω) Prop.3 8.9 8.203 5. Vel. CXC FT4 34.1 • w w w .6 3. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.5 12.2 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 400 MHz. kg Nom.8 1.5 54.2 20 AWG . but length may vary ±10% from length shown.99 75 84% 16.9 2.6 3.4 8.56 Duofoil + 96% TC Braid 2.140 (solid) .8 2.032″ BCCS 26.6 29.4 8.8 2.8 17.5Ω/km .3 5. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.5 20 AWG .1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .6 29.0Ω/M′ 85. b e l d e n .6 5.3 8.4 304. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.8 40.1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .0Ω/M′ 85.0 15.B E L D E N .0 27.4 7.0 14.0 7.032″ BCCS 26.140 (solid) . Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 82108 NEC: U-1000 † U-304. BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • TC = Tinned Copper †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.13 75 82% 16.6 3. Series 59 • 20 AWG Solid .5 12. Capacitance Imp.16 75 82% 16. Nom. 100m Description Part No.032″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield(s) (96% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon® Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 200°C 89108 NEC: CATVP CMP CEC: CMP 500 † 1000 † 152.0 27.140 (solid) .0 18.5Ω/km .202 5.6 5.3Ω/km 3.6Ω/M′ 8.6 29.5 54.7 5.9 2.5 12.5Ω/km .1 17. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.4 32.3Ω/km 3.9 8.3 8.8 304.56 (2) Duofoil Shields + (2) TC Braids 2.8 1.8 2. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .7 1.4 8.7 5.6Ω/M′ 8.4 7.0Ω/M′ 85.5 54.8 CATVP 1000 † CMP CEC: CMP FT6.8 0 0 .9 8.18 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 59 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.7 24.0 15.2 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 400 MHz.0 27.1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .9 2.1 17.3Ω/M′ 7.2 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 400 MHz.3Ω/km 3.7 24.032″ BCCS 26.56 Duofoil + 96% TC Braid 2.7 5.7 24. Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon Insulation • Snow Beige FEP Jacket 200°C 1151A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 † 304.4 7. m Lbs.1 17.236 5.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.7 34. pF/Ft. c o m .4 20 AWG .

pF/Ft.040″ BCCS 28.6 31.5Ω/km 6.3 .1 4.040″ BCCS 28.2 53.5Ω/km 6.99 Braid Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.0Ω/M′ 29.8 44.0 12.590 14.0 12. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables U-304.410 Braid 9.0Ω/M′ 29.0Ω/M′ 91. 1-800-BELDEN-1.2 9.1 x x + 60% Aluminum .8 16.0 19.0Ω/M′ 91.32 5.410 Braid 9. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.1 See Chart on page 6.270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.B E L D E N .4 18 AWG . Neutral or Beige.0Ω/M′ 29.0 34.3 7.270 x + 60% Aluminum .4 U-213.7 8. 1000 ft.2 53.41 75 83% 16. Zero-Halogen Jacket LSZH and ABS 9116SB NEC: 1000 Type Approved u CMG-LS 75°C CEC: CMG-LS FT4 Limited Smoke 75°C 9116P NEC: U-1000 CATVP 1000 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 304.9Ω/km 18 AWG .0Ω/M′ 29.040″ BCCS 28.1 See Chart on page 6. of (Ω) Prop.0Ω/M′ 91.8 42.5Ω/km 6.2 1.3 26. 80°C 9116R NEC: U-1000 CATVR 1000 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM — 1000 U-304.040″ BCCS 28.92 80°C 1545A 304.9Ω/km 4.8 15.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.180 (solid) .235 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.8 27.57 Duobond II* .1 4.0Ω/M′ 29.57 6.0 14.0 2.1 See Chart on page 6.86 75 83% 16. 80°C 1258AM — 1000 304. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.8 15.6 7.9Ω/km 18 AWG .92 CoreGuard® Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9116 NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM U-500 ▲ 500 ▲ S-700 U-1000 ◆ 1000 ▼ U-152. *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).274 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.1 See Chart on page 6.57 Duobond II* .8 26.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 3 GHz.92 80°C 9117M 1000 304.8 31.3 4.9Ω/km 4.57 6. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .3 18. put-up also available in White or Neutral.0 15.0 6.1 18 AWG .6 2.3mm) galvanized steel messenger.180 (solid) . CoreGuard® 80°C 9077 1000 304.86 75 83% 16.5Ω/km Duobond II* .040″ BCCS 28.8 18 AWG .180 (solid) .0Ω/M′ 91.57 See Chart on page 6.4 U-152.270 x + 60% Aluminum .180 (solid) .180 (solid) .0 13.7 25.2 5.3mm) galvanized steel messenger.8 304.0 4.1 4.5Ω/km Duobond II* .270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.96 75 83% 16. m Lbs. put-up also available in White.0 4.9Ω/km 4.040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® II + Aluminum Braid Shield (60% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 9066 — 1000 304.2 53.57 Duobond II* . Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black Low-Smoke.2 8.9Ω/km 18 AWG .0 29.3 30.2 53. 100m Description Part No.97 75 83% 16.1 See Chart on page 6. put-ups also available in White.0Ω/M′ 91.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.2 3.86 75 83% 16.5Ω/km 6.86 x 10.0Ω/M′ 91.8 33.0Ω/M′ 91. Vel.4 U-304.86 75 83% 16.92 CoreGuard® .5Ω/km Duobond II* .040″ BCCS 28.0 7. Nom.270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.9Ω/km 18 AWG .1 See Chart on page 6. b e l d e n .86 75 83% 16.8 64.051″ (1.270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.180 (solid) .0 14.9Ω/km 18 AWG .1 21.41 75 83% 16.0Ω/M′ 29.0Ω/M′ 91.040″ BCCS 28.1 4.6 6.3 53. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.1 • w w w . Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid . U-1000 ft.9Ω/km 18 AWG . and U-500 ft.2 53.9 .2 53.8 304.57 6.8 304.270 6. Capacitance Imp.5 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .92 ▲ ◆ ▼ 500 ft.57 Duobond II* .5Ω/km Duobond II* .2 53.3 27.040″ BCCS 28.0 20. 9.86 x 10.19 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 6 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.5Ω/km Duobond II* . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.0Ω/M′ 29. kg Nom.0 14.051″ (1.180 (solid) .170 (solid) .040″ BCCS 28.0 11.8 31.0 15.180 (solid) .2 53.0Ω/M′ 29.0Ω/M′ 29.0Ω/M′ 91.8 0 0 .92 .7 1.1 See Chart on page 6.

and U-1000 ft.6 7. Vel.040″ BCCS 28.6 2.040″ BCCS 28.170 (solid) .5 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . b e l d e n .3mm) galvanized steel messenger. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.5 18 AWG .0 12.B E L D E N . .7 8.0Ω/M′ 16.4Ω/km 5.0Ω/M′ 91.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.8 45.86 75 83% 16.0Ω/M′ 91.92 ▲ 1000 ft.4Ω/km 6.86 75 83% 16.0 20. kg Nom.180 (solid) .270 x + 90% Aluminum .57 Duobond II* .1 21. Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 1530AP NEC: CATVP CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 304.1 See Chart on page 6. Capacitance Imp.040″ BCCS 28.9 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.8 27.97 75 83% 16.2 53.3 .92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.41 75 83% 16. c o m . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.2 3.9Ω/km 4.040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® II + Aluminum Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in Black or Neutral) 80°C 1530A NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM U-1000 ▲ U-304.4Ω/km 6. Nom.3 53.2 53.0Ω/M′ 91.0 14.1 32.32 Duobond II* .7 1. 100m Description Part No.1 18 AWG .7 25.180 (solid) .0Ω/M′ 16.180 (solid) .2 53. 1-800-BELDEN-1.57 Duobond II* .3 26.0Ω/M′ 91.040″ BCCS 28. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .57 Duobond II* .8 304.1 • w w w .0 2.051″ (1.2 1.8 1000 ▲ 31.270 + 90% Aluminum Braid 5.4 18 AWG .3 7. *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage). Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 1531AM — 1000 304.0Ω/M′ 16.8 15.3 18 AWG . put-ups also available in White Neutral. CoreGuard® BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. pF/Ft.8 0 0 .9Ω/km 4.0Ω/M′ 16.1 See Chart on page 6. Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 1532A — 1000 304. m Lbs.9Ω/km 4.1 See Chart on page 6.4Ω/km 6.410 Braid 5. of (Ω) Prop.86 x 10.0 4.2 9.20 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 6 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.3 5.8 31. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.270 + 90% Aluminum Braid 5.0 14. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .9Ω/km 4.6 6.0 14.235 + 90% Aluminum Braid 5.

2 53. Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 1837A — 1000 304. 80°C 9119M — 1000 304.9 18 AWG .278 + 60% Aluminum Braid 6.1 See Chart on page 6.0Ω/M′ 91.0 19.0 11.0Ω/M′ 91.8 30.1 • w w w . White and White Neutral.180 (solid) .0 10.0 13.0 13.2Ω/km .99 75 83% 16.040″ BCCS 28.9Ω/km 18 AWG .5Ω/M′ 21.0Ω/M′ 49.040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bonded Beldfoil® + Aluminum Braid Shield (50% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 5339G5 NEC: U-1000 CATV.9Ω/km 4. 1000 CMG CEC: CMG FT4 U-304.1 See Chart on page 6.6 30.92 u Sweep tested 5 MHz to 3 GHz.8 43.5Ω/M′ 21.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. put-up also available in Beige.040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® III + Aluminum Braid Shield (60% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9118 NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM U-1000 ▲ U-304.1 See Chart on page 6.3Ω/km 4.3Ω/km 6. 80°C 1546A CoreGuard® NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM U-1000 U-304.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz. pF/Ft.43 75 83% 16.B E L D E N .92 ▲ U-1000 ft. *Duobond III = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage).57 Duobond III* . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Capacitance Imp.8 31. Vel.99 75 83% 16. 1-800-BELDEN-1.2 53.278 + 60% Aluminum Braid 6.9Ω/km 4.3mm) galvanized steel messenger. Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .5 4.2 53.8 18 AWG .040″ BCCS 28.8 24.0Ω/M′ 91.6 18 AWG .253 6.21 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 6 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .57 Bonded Beldfoil + 50% AL Braid 15.5Ω/M′ 21.57 Duobond III* .1 See Chart on page 6.0 14. 21. of (Ω) Prop.0Ω/M′ 91.416 10.8 1000 304.040″ BCCS 28.180 (solid) .06 75 83% 16.1 x x + 60% Aluminum .8 0 0 . Nom.57 Duobond III* .2 53. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.3Ω/km 7. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.06 75 83% 16.275 6.5Ω/M′ Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.180 (solid) . CoreGuard® Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .57 Braid 6.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.275 + 60% Aluminum Braid 6.92 .0 10.051″ (1.8 304.9Ω/km 18 AWG . kg Nom. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .180 (solid) .1 See Chart on page 6. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.180 (solid) .3Ω/km 7. AL = Aluminum • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.040″ BCCS 28.2 53.57 Duobond III* .8 26.0Ω/M′ 91. 100m Description Part No. b e l d e n . m Lbs.9 24.9Ω/km 4.040″ BCCS 28.

DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.8 45.57 Duobond III* .2 53. Capacitance Imp.9Ω/km 4.92 CoreGuard® BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.2 53. Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .4Ω/km 6.3 18 AWG .6Ω/M′ 18.0 14.1 31. 100m Description Part No.9Ω/km 4.1 x x + 77% Aluminum . *Duobond III = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage).4Ω/km See Chart on page 6.040″ BCCS 28.180 (solid) .0Ω/M′ 91.0 12.9 31.57 Duobond III* .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.99 75 83% 16.1 See Chart on page 6.275 + 77% Aluminum Braid 5.0Ω/M′ 91.040″ BCCS 28.0 20. Vel.57 Braid 5.275 6.2 53. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.0Ω/M′ 91. 18.2 53.6Ω/M′ 18. 80°C 1615AM — 1000 304.57 Duobond III* .180 (solid) .0 4. of (Ω) Prop.92 ▲ B-700 also available in White. pF/Ft. 1-800-BELDEN-1.1 x x + 77% Aluminum .92 .8 0 0 .8 1000 304.06 75 83% 16.57 Duobond III* .92 CoreGuard® .416 10. Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 1614A — 1000 304.180 (solid) . Nom.6Ω/M′ Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.8 44. bend radius for minor axis only.22 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 6 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.99 75 83% 16.6Ω/M′ Min. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.57 Braid 5.8 19.275 6.040″ BCCS 28. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . m Lbs. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . kg Nom. b e l d e n .6 8.0 14.040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor(s) • Duobond ® III + Aluminum Braid Shield (77% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 1613A NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM B-700 ▲ B-213.1 18 AWG .0 U-1000 ▲ U-304.051″ (1.278 + 77% Aluminum Braid 5. c o m .1 See Chart on page 6.0Ω/M′ 91.B E L D E N .3mm) galvanized steel messenger.9Ω/km 18 AWG .4Ω/km 4. 18. U-1000 ft.8 27.040″ BCCS 28.99 75 83% 16.0 20.3mm) galvanized steel messenger.4Ω/km 7.9Ω/km 18 AWG . 80°C 1616AM — 1000 304.051″ (1.416 10.1 • w w w .180 (solid) .4 See Chart on page 6. also available in White and White Neutral.

2 53.275 6.180 (solid) . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.1 18 AWG . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .99 75 83% 16. 1-800-BELDEN-1.92 Shorting Fold CoreGuard® . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.3 18 AWG .1 x x + 77% Aluminum .57 Duobond Plus* .0 14.1 x x + 77% Aluminum .416 10. Aerial 80°C u 9059M — 1000 304. put-up also available in White or Beige.9Ω/km 4.051″ (1.99 75 83% 16.275 6.6Ω/M′ 18. Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 9062 — 1000 304.040″ BCCS 28.99 75 83% 16.6Ω/M′ 18.275 6.57 Duobond Plus* .2 53. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0Ω/M′ 91.2 53.275 6.4Ω/km 4.0 20. 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 19. Nom. Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .4Ω/km Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.0 Shorting Fold CoreGuard 18 AWG .4Ω/km See Chart on page 6.8 43.1 + 77% Aluminum Braid Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.4Ω/km See Chart on page 6. See Chart on page 6.0Ω/M′ 91.040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor(s) • Duobond Plus® + Aluminum Braid Shield (77% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9058 NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM U-1000 ◆ U-304.57 Braid 5.3mm) galvanized steel messenger.57 Duobond Plus* . b e l d e n .040″ BCCS 28.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.0 14.180 (solid) .92 Shorting Fold ◆ U-1000 ft.92 .416 10. 5.6Ω/M′ 18.0Ω/M′ 91.5 31. 80°C 1260AM — 1000 304.040″ BCCS 28. 5.1 + 77% Aluminum Braid Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.180 (solid) .6Ω/M′ Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz. Vel.5 See Chart on page 6.3mm) galvanized steel messenger.9Ω/km 18 AWG .8 44.040″ BCCS 28.9Ω/km 4. Capacitance Imp.051″ (1.1 • w w w .9Ω/km 4.8 32. of (Ω) Prop.92 Shorting Fold CoreGuard BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables . m Lbs.0Ω/M′ 91.180 (solid) .B E L D E N .0 12.8 1000 304.57 Duobond Plus* .2 53.8 27.23 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 6 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.99 75 83% 16. 100m Description Part No. kg Nom. pF/Ft.57 Braid 5. *Duobond Plus = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + shorting fold.8 0 0 .

0Ω/M′ 91. 100m Description Part No.0 15. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.5 60% & 40% Aluminum Braids Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.9 18 AWG .9 35. 1-800-BELDEN-1.9Ω/km 4.8Ω/M′ 15.0 15.B E L D E N .180 (solid) .2 1.0 8.6 4.92 ▲ 1000 ft. Capacitance Imp.248 6.6 35.1 • w w w .00 Braids 4. of (Ω) Prop.7 1. Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .30 75 83% 16.3 7. Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 1189AP NEC: CATVP CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 304.6 7.5 1.4 8.7Ω/km 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .57 75 83% 16.6 2. 15.2 9.180 (solid) .3 .0 18.5 16.0 20.1 See Chart on page 6.6 13.6 6.8Ω/M′ Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.0 15. 80°C 1322R U NEC: U-1000 CATVR.298 60% & 40% Aluminum Braids 4.8 41.1 x x 60% & 40% Aluminum .5 18 AWG .57 75 83% 16.3 10.2 3. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.9Ω/km 4.32 Duobond IV* .170 (solid) .4 4.9 18 AWG .9Ω/km 18 AWG .4 U-1000 U-304.8 304.2 5. pF/Ft.1 6.3 26.0 7.8 15.57 75 83% 16.2 53.7 24.2 53. b e l d e n .433 11.1 21. 1000 CMR CEC: CMG FT4 U-304. Nom.298 7.8 304.0Ω/M′ 91.3 27.040″ BCCS 28. Vel.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.1 60% & 40% Aluminum Braids Sweep tested 5 MHz to 3 GHz. put-up also available in Beige or White Neutral.7 19.7Ω/km 7.040″ BCCS 28.3mm) galvanized steel messenger.8 0 0 . 4.57 Duobond IV* .8 46.040″ BCCS 28.180 (solid) .7Ω/km 4.051″ (1.8 1000 ▲ 18.0Ω/M′ 91.7Ω/km See Chart on page 6. 4.9 BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.57 Duobond IV* . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.7 8.5 Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in Black or White) 80°C 1189A NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM U-500 U-152. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .2 34.5 1. *Duobond IV = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (46% coverage).0 14.9 5 55 500 750 1000 1450 1800 3000 .8 32.0Ω/M′ 91.2 35.8Ω/M′ 15.040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® IV Quad Shield (60% and 40% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 1191AM — 1000 304.3 53. c o m .1 5.92 .2 53.040″ BCCS 28.24 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 6 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.9Ω/km 4. kg Nom.57 Duobond IV* .8Ω/M′ 15.0 4.7 25. m Lbs.298 7.0 2.

9Ω/km . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.1 21.2 9.B E L D E N .170 (solid) . pF/Ft.6 7.2 .7 8.6 2.25 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 6 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.2 9.5 9.3 26.2 3.234 5.5 54.040″ BCCS Conductor • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (60% and 40% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Snow Beige FEP Jacket 200°C 1152A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.040″ BCCS 28. of (Ω) Prop.0 20.2 53.7 25.8 44.9Ω/km 4.9 18 AWG .8 21.1 21.2 9.8 27.2 .6 6.0 24.6 6.0 2.8 20.0 14.0 4.0 4.9 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Black Fluorocopolymer Jacket 150°C 87120 NEC: CATVP CMP CEC: CMP FT6.7 1.1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 .040″ BCCS 28.7 1.9Ω/km 4.7 8.9 1.57 Duobond IV* .9 BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.3 7.7 25.2 3.3 7.57 75 83% 16.8 0 0 .1 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 82120 NEC: CATVP CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 304. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® IV Quad Shield (60% and 40% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket with CoreGuard® (Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 1190A — 1000 304.94 75 82% 16.5 54.5 9.32 Duofoil 95% TC Braid 1.4 304.9Ω/km 4.0Ω/M′ 91.2 5.0 20. Nom.2 3.9Ω/km 4.2 3.7 8.4 304.0 4.3 7.040″ BCCS 28.2 1.6 2.0Ω/M′ 91.5 53.0 18 AWG .3 7.2 5.1 Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid . *Duobond IV = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (46% coverage). Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .040″ BCCS 28.273 6.8 15.6 7.0 2.3 .2 5.2 1. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.8 15.7 1.7 8.94 75 82% 16. 100m Description Part No.6Ω/km .170 (solid) . Capacitance Imp.6 7.9 1.2 5.6 6. 1-800-BELDEN-1.0 4. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .2 9.5 54.6Ω/km .3 26.8 31.3 45.3 26.7Ω/M′ 5.1 21.32 Duofoil 95% TC Braid 1.7 25.170 (solid) .3 .8Ω/M′ 15.1 21.32 Duofoil 95% TC Braid 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 54.8Ω/M′ 5.8 46.6 2.3 .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.3 26.4 18 AWG .7 1.234 5.7 25.1 18 AWG . b e l d e n . kg Nom. Vel.32 (2) Duofoil Shields + (2) TC Braids 1.1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 200°C 89120 NEC: CATVP CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.040″ BCCS 28.9Ω/km 4.6 7.0 2.4 304.7Ω/M′ 5.0Ω/M′ 91.0 20.170 (solid) .5 12.7Ω/km 7.1 • w w w .8 15.93 75 82% 16.0Ω/M′ 91.0 2. CXC FT4 500 1000 152.8 15.94 75 82% 16.234 5.92 CoreGuard® Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.1 18 AWG .298 60% + 40% Aluminum Braids 4.6 2.7Ω/M′ 5.6Ω/km .0Ω/M′ 91.6 6.1 See Chart on page 6. m Lbs.180 (solid) .

3 14 AWG . Aerial 80°C 1524AM — 1000 304. put-up also available in White.1 See Chart on page 6.1Ω/M′ Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.2 53.3 53.3Ω/M′ 17.4 1.8 67.4 21. 100m Description Part No.0 27.0Ω/M′ 36. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.3 6.4Ω/km Duobond II* .0Ω/M′ 36. Series 11 • 14 AWG Solid .072″ (1.064″ BCCS 11. ▲ 1000 ft.2 53. 80°C 1523AN — 1000 304.064″ BCCS 11. CoreGuard® Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Black Fluorocopolymer Jacket 150°C 1523AP NEC: CATVP CMP CEC: CMP 1000 304.5 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.11 10.1 See Chart on page 6.92 .16 75 83% 16.96 Duobond II* .1Ω/km 6. *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).4Ω/km .064″ BCCS Conductor • Duofoil ® (100% Coverage) + Aluminum Braid Shield (40% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9011 — 1000 304.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.280 (solid) . Series 11 • 14 AWG Solid . Nom.16 75 83% 16.6 7.3 3.280 (solid) .1Ω/km 14 AWG .400 + 60% Aluminum Braid 4.1Ω/M′ 13.0Ω/M′ 36. BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. kg Nom. b e l d e n .9 .11 Duobond II* .26 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 11 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.4Ω/km 10.280 (solid) .8 7.280 (solid) .92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.1Ω/km 14 AWG .1Ω/km 14 AWG . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0Ω/M′ 36.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.4Ω/km 8.8 0 0 .8 62.2 .92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.6 1.4 304.1 • w w w .7 5.16 75 83% 16. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.83mm) galvanized steel messenger.2 53. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft.11 Duobond II* .400 + 60% Aluminum Braid 4. 1-800-BELDEN-1.0 30. Vel.1 See Chart on page 6.4Ω/km Duobond II* .4 6.1 17.0 1.064″ BCCS 11. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .9 70.5 12.84 75 83% 16.73 Braid 4. 13.1Ω/km 7.9 7.16 75 83% 16.0 31.1Ω/km 7.400 10.11 Duobond II* .0 15.0 30.0 29.8 7.0Ω/M′ 36.6 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.1Ω/M′ 13.9 14 AWG .2 53.1Ω/M′ 13.064″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® II + Aluminum Braid Shield (60% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 1523A NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM 1000 ▲ 304.8 60.3 3.1 See Chart on page 6.2 53.3 4.064″ BCCS 11.B E L D E N .1 See Chart on page 6.1Ω/M′ 13.4 2.064″ BCCS 11.4Ω/km 10.1 x x + 60% Aluminum .16 75 83% 16. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . m Lbs.280 (solid) .400 + 60% Aluminum Braid 4.0Ω/M′ 36.11 Duofoil + 40% Aluminum Braid 5.8 68.0 40.400 10.4Ω/km See Chart on page 6.064″ BCCS 11.16 75 83% 16.348 + 60% Aluminum Braid 4. Capacitance Imp.8 35.0 22.11 10. 80°C 1523R NEC: CATVR CMR CEC: CMR 500 1000 152.064″ BCCS 11.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz. c o m .2 14 AWG .400 + 60% Aluminum Braid 4.2 53.0Ω/M′ 36.280 (solid) .1Ω/km 7. Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Available in Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 1525A — 1000 304.1Ω/M′ 13.8 66.274 (solid) .580 14.8 90.0 28.4 14 AWG .

2 53.0Ω/M′ 36.8Ω/M′ Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz. Duobond III = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage).11 Duobond III* .11 Duobond Plus* . kg Nom.280 (solid) .1Ω/km 14 AWG .8 60.580 14.0Ω/M′ 36.1 + 77% Aluminum Braid Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.92 Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.280 (solid) .2 53.064″ BCCS 11.280 (solid) . Nom. Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Black or Orange) Burial 80°C u 7984A — 1000 304.0Ω/M′ 13. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0 25. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 57.0 30.1Ω/km 7.B E L D E N .1 x x + 77% Aluminum .1Ω/km 7. of (Ω) Prop.0 39.16 75 83% 16.16 75 83% 16. m Lbs. 1-800-BELDEN-1.8 68. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.16 75 83% 16.072″ (1.8Ω/M′ 12.8 89.9 CoreGuard BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance 14 AWG .92 u CoreGuard® . Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 9764 — 1000 304.4 14 AWG . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .11 Duobond III* .064″ BCCS 11. 3.8mm) galvanized steel messenger.064″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® III + Aluminum Braid Shield (77% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket Aerial 80°C 7983A — 1000 304. *Duobond Plus = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + shorting fold.92 Shorting Fold .1Ω/km 7.1Ω/km 75 83% 16.280 (solid) . Capacitance Imp.400 10.400 10.400 10.5Ω/km See Chart on page 6.0 See Chart on page 6.280 (solid) .8mm) galvanized steel messenger.064″ BCCS 11.1Ω/km See Chart on page 6.1Ω/km 7.0 40.0Ω/M′ 36.73 Braid 4. pF/Ft. 100m Description Part No. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .1 See Chart on page 6.1 • w w w .11 Duobond Plus* . 12. 3.400 10.064″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond Plus® + Aluminum Braid Shield (77% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9064 NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM 1000 304.5Ω/km 7.0Ω/M′ 36.92 Shorting Fold Aerial 80°C 9065M — 1000 304.1 + 77% Aluminum Braid Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.8 86.064″ BCCS 11. Series 11 • 14 AWG Solid . b e l d e n .2 14 AWG .0 27.16 75 83% 16.5Ω/km See Chart on page 6.580 14.8Ω/M′ 12.072″ (1. 4.2 53.064″ BCCS 11.2 53.11 Duobond Plus* .400 10.0Ω/M′ 13.8 0 0 . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.92 Shorting Fold Series 11 • 14 AWG Solid .0Ω/M′ 36.2 53. Vel.27 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 11 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.9 14 AWG .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.1 + 77% Aluminum Braid Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.73 Braid 3.16 x x + 77% Aluminum .

22 Braids 3.387 9.2 11.6 5. 80°C 1620AM — 1000 304. kg Nom.280 (solid) .1 17.2 53. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.8Ω/km 10. CoreGuard® Series 11 • 14 AWG Solid .1 x x 60% & 40% Aluminum .1 • w w w .4 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 400 MHz.5 4.2 53.92 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Nom.5 15.8 87.1Ω/km 7.2 53.92 CoreGuard® . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. 80°C 1619AM — 1000 304.4 1.2 53.064″ BCCS 11.B E L D E N .11 (2) Duofoil Shields + (2) TC Braids 1.7 14 AWG . Vel.407 60% & 40% Aluminum Braids 3.072″ (1.0Ω/M′ 36.072″ (1.1 x x 60% & 40% Aluminum .8Ω/km 10.064″ BCCS 11. Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Black or Orange) Burial 80°C 1618A — 1000 304.560 14.8 52. 100m Description Part No.7 1.064″ BCCS 11.34 75 83% 16. c o m .6 8. Teflon is a DuPont trademark. pF/Ft. 1-800-BELDEN-1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .560 14.280 (solid) .407 10. m Lbs.2 7.8 84.064″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® IV Quad Shield (60% and 40% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 1617A NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM 1000 304.0Ω/M′ 9.5 See Chart on page 6.8mm) galvanized steel messenger.2 53.0Ω/M′ 36.28 Broadband Coax CATV Cables Series 11 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.3 5.2 14 AWG .8Ω/km 7.0 39.5 23.2 .1Ω/km 7.0 48.0Ω/M′ 36.22 Braids 3.1Ω/km 14 AWG .064″ BCCS Conductors • Duofoil ® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shields (60% and 40% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon Insulation • Snow Beige FEP Jacket 200°C 1153A NEC: CMP CL2P CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.11 Duobond IV* .11 Duobond IV* . Series 11 • 14 AWG Solid .8mm) galvanized steel messenger. of (Ω) Prop.1 See Chart on page 6.0Ω/M′ 9. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.4 18.0Ω/M′ 36.83 75 82% 16.0 38.11 Duobond IV* .280 (solid) .5 3.1Ω/km 7.9 106.3 3.8 67.34 75 83% 16.1Ω/km 14 AWG .1 See Chart on page 6.8 0 0 .92 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.0Ω/M′ Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.8Ω/M′ 5.064″ BCCS 11.2 1. 9. BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.11 Duobond IV* .064″ BCCS 11.6 .407 10.1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .34 75 83% 16.4 304. *Duobond IV = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (46% coverage). 9.407 60% & 40% Aluminum Braids 3.0 27.5 14 AWG .9 5.280 (solid) .7 2.0Ω/M′ Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.34 75 83% 16.8Ω/km See Chart on page 6.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.280 (solid) . b e l d e n .8 61. Capacitance Imp.0Ω/M′ 36.9Ω/km .0 30.

1 + 95% Aluminum Braid Sweep tested 5 MHz to 1 GHz.B E L D E N .4 18. Copper-covered Steel • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.4 5000 ◆ 1524.8 13. Capacitance Imp.8 11.6Ω/km 3.0 44. put-up may vary -0% to 10%.9 7.6 2. 100m RG-59/U Type • 20 AWG Solid . of (Ω) Prop. and 5000 ft. Brown.9 2.6 51. Green.5 88.2 9.29 Broadband Coax Headend/Video Cables Description Part No. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. White.0 55.9 8.3 10.2 2. BC = Bare Copper • BCC = Bare Compacted Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • SPCCS = Silver-plated.4 43. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .1 3.5 29.4 2. RG-59/U Type • 20 AWG Solid .6 4.3 .9 11. b e l d e n . Blue.6 9.7 1 3.0 For Plenum version of 1505A. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.1 6.145 (7x29) .6 13. 1-800-BELDEN-1.5 100 135 143 180 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2000 2250 3000 .2 53. Green. Blue.0 12.2 7. Brown.5 7. Red.6 .5Ω/M′ 14. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 3.0 165.0 20.032″ SPCCS Conductor • Duobond Plus® + Aluminum Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 13 colors)* 80°C 9167 NEC: CATVR CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1000 304.8Ω/km See Chart on page 6.2Ω/M′ 40.4Ω/M′ 7.5 6.8Ω/M′ 12.145 (solid) . Also available in bundled versions.2 10.0 2.0 1000 304.3 53.0 7.0Ω/km 3. Green.4 5. 5000 ft. Blue.1 • w w w . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom. Orange.4 8. Beige.8 2. Purple.66 Duobond Plus* . put-up available in Black.0Ω/M′ 32. m Lbs.5 7.4 15.8Ω/km 3.5 55.9 30.5 1 3. Yellow. *Duobond Plus = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + shorting fold.032″ SPCCS 25.4 22 AWG .5 .242 Braid 94% Shield Coverage 2. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.9 9.5 100 135 143 180 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2000 2250 3000 .15 75 83% 16. Vel.3 15.5 71.7 8.0 21.3 2.7 1.2 12.8 27.5 11.4 6.2 34. Gray.7 16.5 38.233 5.9 2.8 3.242 6.9 6.8 45.2 .3 24.5 3. see 1506A. See 7794A through 7798A.68 TC Double .032″ BC 10.4 2. Orange.4 66. Yellow.7 .1 2.7 24.032″ Bare Copper • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 10 colors)** SDI/HDTV Digital Video 75°C 1505A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 ▲ 152.6 8.8 0 0 .5 14.92 Shorting Fold *Available in Black.5 30.8Ω/M′ 84. Purple or Orange) High-Flex SDI/HDTV Video Patch 75°C 1505F NEC: CM CEC: CM 1000 304. Yellow.8 20 AWG .8 4.7 6.68 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 3.6 5 7 10 67. pF/Ft.2 9.4 1.3 20 AWG .0 16.3 . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.031″ Bare Compacted Copper Conductor† • TC/BC Double Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jacket (Matte Black.0 21. ▲ ◆ 500 ft.5 88.0 74.7 19.5 71.5 16. 4.7 . Red or Blue only.1 2.9 20.9 10. RG-59/U Type • 22 AWG Stranded (7x29) .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. put-ups available in all ten colors: Black.15 75 80% 17. Pink or Aqua.8 3.6 5 7 10 67. kg Nom. Gray or White. Red.0 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .031″ BCC 12. Purple. White.1 2.5 2.7 2.5Ω/km . Nom. **1000 ft.8 35.6 † Compacted conductor combines impedance uniformity of solid conductors and “nick-resistance” of stranded conductor.4 2.6 .3 28.9 7.1 5.144 (solid) . Red.6 .8Ω/km 6.92 75 83% 16.5 13.

1 16.0 7.1 6. Green. m Lbs.7 21. Capacitance Imp.9Ω/M′ 32. 22 AWG Stranded (7x29) . Max operating voltage — Non UL 2900V RMS *Compacted conductor combines impedance uniformity of solid conductors and “nick-resistance” of stranded conductor.75 75 66% 21.305 7.6 7.8 2.8 34. Nom.0 71.8 2.6 10.2 34.0 1.B E L D E N .8 8.3 24. Copper-covered Steel • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.6 10.6Ω/km 7.2Ω/M′ 40.198 (solid) .7 25.0 4.5 15.031″ BCC 12. Vel. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.031″ BC 9.6 26.3 .0 71.1 6.75 75 66% 21.7 8.4 304.6 6.1 3.03 TC Double . 100m RG-59/U Type • 20 AWG Solid .0 71.6 20 AWG .7 20.5 3.5 17.8 14.7 24.5 29.5 .031″ BC 9.0Ω/km 5.031″ Bare Compacted Copper Conductor* • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (98% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Matte Red. of (Ω) Prop.6 6.0 38. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.1 3. Green.2 33.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 .6 10.9 10.9 9.4 8. Gray or Black) High-Flex 60°C 8281F — 500 ◗ 1000 152.198 (7x29) .4 22 AWG .0 10.6 9. 3.0 4.2 11.4 7.5Ω/km 5. put-up available in Black only. b e l d e n . Purple.2 . Green. Light Blue.9 ◆ 8281B available in Red.30 Broadband Coax Headend/Video Cables Description Part No.9 2.6 2.4 304. kg Nom. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 14. Blue.7 19.6 5. BC = Bare Copper • BCC = Bare Compacted Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • SPCCS = Silver-plated. put-up not available in White. 1.7Ω/M′ 5.9 1 3.031″ Bare Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (98% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Available in Red.0 33.9 1. 1-800-BELDEN-1.3 5.1 6.8 0 0 . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0 8.3 . Yellow.9 30.6Ω/km see 88281.7 3.03 TC Double . Orange.3 .305 7.1Ω/M′ see 88281. Gray.5 ◗ 500 ft. Orange or Black) 80°C 8281 — 500 ▲ 1000 152.0 30.8 16. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1 3.5 . 3.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 . 68. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.8 84.0 74.5 .6 2.3 7.6Ω/km 68.75 75 66% 21. White.1 • w w w .0 Braid 98% Shield Coverage 1.2 1.0 1.3 28.0 68.4 16.2 1. pF/Ft.1 20 AWG . Yellow.305 Braid 98% Shield Coverage 1.4 5.5 .9 9.5 ▲ 500 ft. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.03 TC Double .7 24.9 1 3. White or Black.7 67.1Ω/M′ For Plenum version of 8281.0 Braid 98% Shield Coverage For Plenum version of 8281B. Max operating voltage — Non UL 2900V RMS Flame-retardant Semi-foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 9 colors)◆ UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 8281B NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1000 304.9Ω/M′ 32.198 (solid) .8 37. Blue. c o m .5Ω/km 5.

DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0 7.1 • w w w .6 4.5 1.6 4.2 4.0 2.0Ω/M′ 21.8 0 0 .1 ◆ U-1000 ft.5 6.8 18 AWG .5 13.0 12.270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9. CMR CEC: CMG FT4 29.8 8.57 Duobond II* .3 CoreGuard® 18 AWG .4 BC = Bare Copper • BCAC = Bare Copper Anti-corrosion • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).8 CATV CM 1000 ▲ 304.8 11.8 11.86 75 83% 16. Gray.6 28.0 12.57 Duobond II* .1 ▲ U-1000 ft.0 4.040″ BCCS 28.4 20.7 25.7 25.5 16.6 28. kg Nom.8 .5Ω/km 6.9 6.2 18 AWG .0 13.6 4.0 7.0Ω/M′ 29.1 5.180 (solid) .040″ BCCS 28.1 5.5 13.2 29.8 8.1 5.6 4.1 5.8 304.2 53.5 36.2 37.9Ω/km 4.6 9.1 41.5 16.0 23. of (Ω) Prop.0Ω/M′ 29. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 1.7 49.270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.3 .5Ω/km 6.270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.8 CEC: CM 27.7 25.1 1.6 9.6 11.8 CATV CM 1000 † CEC: CM 29.3 27.040″ BCAC 6. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.2 32.2 32.7 1.6 9.5 6.0 7.7 25.5 †Final put-up length may vary ±10% for spools.3 18 AWG . Vel.1 5.2 18 AWG .0 19.6 8.0Ω/M′ 29.0Ω/M′ 91.7 18.4Ω/M′ 21.8 11.0 19.3 53.6 9. 80°C 1829R u NEC: U-1000 ◆ U-304.8 8.2 53. Nom.2 32.B E L D E N .4 2.9Ω/km 4.3 .0 7.0 12.5Ω/km 6.180 (solid) .2 37.6 24.86 75 83% 16.6 4. available in White or Black only.5 2.57 Duobond II* .6 4. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.2 1.2 1.5 13.6 4.1 7. Capacitance Imp.8 14.1 5.2 37.0Ω/km 4.6 9.6 4.4 2. put-up available in Black. Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket Burial 80°C 1829B — 1000 304.5 13.0Ω/M′ 29.8 8.6 4.8 26.86 75 83% 16.7 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .270 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.1 CoreGuard® Burial 80°C 1829BC — 1000 304.1 3.5 16.5 16.1 5.97 75 83% 16.9 31. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .0 12.0Ω/M′ 29.6 8.5Ω/km 6.6 28.7 18. 1000 ft.1 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 3000 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 3000 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 3000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1450 1800 2250 3000 . White or Gray only.7 18.4 2.5 6.0Ω/km 4.1 1.0 11. ±5% for unreel cartons.8 8.180 (solid) .57 Duobond II* .235 + 60% Aluminum Braid 9.4 2.6 28.8 CATVR.31 DBS Cable Series 6 Description Part No.0 13.4 2.5 1. White or Neutral) 80°C 1829A NEC: U-1000 † U-304.0 13.5 6.2 53. pF/Ft.2 32.5Ω/km 6.3 27. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.9 9.1 1.1 5.2 53.040″ BCAC 6.7 15.6 9.2 53. 100m Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid . put-up not available in Neutral.1 5.0Ω/M′ 29.4 6.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. 1000 CMP CEC: CMP FT6 U-304.1 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 1829P u NEC: U-1000 CATVP.7 18.7 25. m Lbs.5 16.6 8.1 5.040″ BCCS 28.4Ω/M′ 21.0Ω/M′ 91.2 32.86 75 83% 16.0 19.9Ω/km 4.8 27.0 19.0 19.5 1.0 12.0Ω/M′ 91.040″ BCCS 28.86 75 83% 16.0 7.6 4.180 (solid) .5 13.6 8.3 .1 1.0 12.8 .8 27.5Ω/km 5.2 7. b e l d e n . 80°C 1829AC NEC: U-1000 ▲ U-304.32 Duobond II* .170 (solid) .6 8.3 18 AWG .6 28.040″ Bare Copper or Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor (see below) • Duobond ® II + Aluminum Braid Shield (60% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Black.3 .180 (solid) .57 Duobond II* .5 1.8 304.0Ω/km 4.5 6.

1 ▲ 1000 ft.6 4.4 2.0 33.5 1.0 7.2 32.1 5.8 .14mm) copper-covered steel static ground.5 16.5 13.6 9.2 37.32 DBS Cable Series 6 Description Part No. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1 5.8 8.93 x 17.0Ω/M′ 29. Nom.14mm) copper-covered steel static ground.5Ω/km 6. 80°C 1841AC NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM 500 152.5Ω/km 6.040″ BCAC 6.405 Braid 9.0 7.1 5.2 53.0 7.5Ω/km 75 83% 16.86 75 83% 16.4 2.0Ω/M′ 29.57 Duobond II* .4 38.3 .1 5.6 9.9Ω/km 4.1 .57 Duobond II* . Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.1 .180 (solid) .9Ω/km 4.0Ω/M′ 29.7 18.8 11.5 1.1 Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Black. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.6 4.8 40.6 8.6 4.6 4.6 28.273 6.8 0 0 .6 8.180 (solid) .180 (solid) .180 (solid) .270 x + 60% Aluminum .2 32.57 Duobond II* . static ground. c o m . pF/Ft.7 18.040″ BCAC 28.273 x + 60% Aluminum .5 13.5Ω/km 6.0Ω/M′ 91.29 75 83% 16.6 4.405 Braid 9.5 13.0 17.86 x 10.0 30.0Ω/M′ 29.2 53.14mm) copper-covered steel static ground.2 1.93 x 17.270 x + 60% Aluminum . kg Nom.4 2.2 32.5 16.7 18.5 17.8 11.7 25.5 16.6 8.8 8.8 8.5 1.1 1.8 8.045″ (1.5 6.1 5.6 28.1 5. 80°C 1841A NEC: CATV CM CEC: CM 1000 304.8 11.0 20.5Ω/km 6.5 6.8 44. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.6 9.6 28.6 4.5 6.1 . 80°C 1840AC — 500 152.6 9.6 28.6 4.5 1.273 6.7 25.86 75 83% 16.4Ω/M′ 21.040″ BCCS 28.11 Braid 9.7 18.0Ω/M′ 91.1 5.6 28.7 25. Vel.8 37.0 19.4 2.7 18 AWG .0 18 AWG .7 25.1 5.1 AL = Aluminum • BC = Bare Copper • BCAC = Bare Copper Anti-corrosion • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage). Gray or White) 80°C 1839AC — 1000 ▲ 304.7 18.6 28.8 .040″ BCCS 28.0Ω/km 4.29 75 83% 16.5 1.8 66.0 74.4 304.0 7.3 1.2 18 AWG .5 13.0Ω/M′ 29. b e l d e n .9Ω/km 4.6 4.2 1. of (Ω) Prop.045″ (1.6 18 AWG .2 32. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.0Ω/km 4.6 4.040″ Bare Copper or Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor (see below) • Duobond ® II + AL Braid Shield (60% Coverage) (cont’d) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 1839A — 1000 304.045″ (1.2 53.595 15.045″ (1.703 Braid 9.0 18 AWG .5 14.6 9. 80°C 1840A — 500 1000 152.0 7.2 53.5 1.14mm) copper-covered steel.4 32.4Ω/M′ 21.0Ω/M′ 29.B E L D E N .2 53.6 4.5 6.5 16.2 37. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1 5.93 x x + 60% Aluminum .703 Braid 9.57 Duobond II* .6 9.1 • w w w .5 6.5 13.1 5.0 19.5 16.1 5.040″ BCAC 6.1 18 AWG .57 Duobond II* .6 4.1 1.8 8.3 .5 16.4 2.040″ BC 6.0Ω/km 4.4 2. m Lbs.180 (solid) .273 x + 60% Aluminum .0 19.0 18.6 4. .2 1.2 37.0 19.595 15.6 8.5 13.5 6.7 25.0 19.6 8.2 32.7 25. 100m Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .5Ω/km 75 83% 16. Capacitance Imp. put-up not available in White.0 19.4Ω/M′ 21.8 8.0 7.93 x x + 60% Aluminum .6 8.1 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 3000 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 3000 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 3000 .8 .11 Braid 9.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.180 (solid) .1 5.2 32.7 18.2 53.0Ω/M′ 91.86 x 10.57 Duobond II* .

6Ω/M′ 15.0 29.4 2.0 7.5 13.0 7.5 16.0Ω/M′ 29.6 9. pF/Ft.8 64.9Ω/km 4.4 152.99 75 83% 16.8 1.6 4.05 75 83% 16.4Ω/M′ 21.040″ BC 6.9 18 AWG . Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.14mm) copper-covered steel static ground. HDTV Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .1 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 .5 7.6 4.7 18.8 1.2 32.0Ω/km 4.6 28.1 5.1 5.180 (solid) .2 53.273 x + 60% Aluminum .1 18 AWG .57 Duobond Plus®* .4 152. m Lbs.57 75 83% 16.6 28.6 9.5 18 AWG .4 19.4 U-304.8 18.1 5. b e l d e n . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 16.5 8.B E L D E N .5 6. Nom.8 8.33 DBS Cable Series 6 Description Part No. of (Ω) Prop. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.8 8.5 16. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.040″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond + Aluminum Braid Shields (77% and 80% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Black or White) 80°C 7915A NEC: U-500 CATV CM 500 CEC: U-1000 CM 1000 U-152.2 53. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.6 8.040″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond ® II + Aluminum Braid Shield (60% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket Burial 80°C 1843A — 1000 304.2 CoreGuard® . Duobond Plus = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + shorting fold.2 BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage). c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables . Duobond IV = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (46% coverage).7 25. 100m Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .6 28.8 16.93 x 19.040″ BCCS 28.180 (solid) .045″ (1. kg Nom.5 6.1 5.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.6 8.4 2.6 4.8 0 0 .0 14.57 Duobond II* .25 GHz.8 304.5Ω/km 6.1 • w w w .040″ BC 6. Vel.7 25.8 8. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .2 Shorting Fold Series 6 • 18 AWG Solid .7Ω/km 7.0 19.1 5.2 32.6 4.57 Duobond IV* .4Ω/M′ 21.0 15.5 13.0 8.8Ω/M′ 15.8 304.9 36. Capacitance Imp.5 8.8 1.6 4.0 19.5 13.6 4.040″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond + Aluminum Braid Shields (60% and 40% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Black or White) 7916A NEC: U-500 CATV CM 500 CEC: U-1000 CM 1000 U-152.5 1.7 25.2 53.7 18.1 77% & 80% Aluminum Braids Sweep tested 950 MHz to 2.5 1.3 35.298 60% & 40% Aluminum Braids 4.4 2.6 8.2 32.0Ω/km 4.5 1.0 7. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.1 5.6 9.5 32.180 (solid) .5 16.2 32.275 6.750 Braid 9.1Ω/km 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 .0 19.5 18.0 14.0Ω/M′ 91.1 5 55 211 500 750 862 1000 1450 1800 2250 . 4.7 18.5 6.4 U-304.

5 U-152.88 Duobond (100%) + 95% TC Braid 5.7Ω/km 2.012″ TC 100.5 24.6 17.018″ TC 31.3 4.5 19.8 30 AWG .6 7.5 21.9 34. of (Ω) Prop.4 1.6 4 5 7 9 10 50 70 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . c o m .2 5. Capacitance Imp.9 13.150 93% Shield Coverage 5.8Ω/M′ 19.46 75 78% 17.012″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (89% Coverage) Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1375 (30V 60°C) 9221 — 100 U-500 500 30.0 3.6 1.3 . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.7 20.097 89% Shield Coverage 11.3 4.3 10.2 3.8 31.114 BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FPFA = Foam Perfluoroalkoxy • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 16.48 for Bundled versions.1 6.0Ω/M′ 393.90 75 80% 17.4 50.47 TC Braid .9 7.6 Miniature • 25 AWG Solid . 400 700 See page 6.9 3.4 7.0 49.4 1.1 5.0 55.8 304.34 Standard Analog Video Cable 75 Ohm Miniature Coax Description Part No.4 27 AWG .4Ω/km 2. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.8 0 0 .88 Duobond (100%) + 95% TC Braid 5.2 6. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.8 26.8 8.017″ BCCS 120.0 55.5 4. 100m 30 AWG Stranded (7x38) . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 57.1 2.8 51.2 13.48 for Bundled versions. 900 1000 3000 2.7 12.5 15.0 4.4 U-304.3 65.8 17.8 1. Vel.018″ TC 34.8 1 5 50 100 Sweep Tested 5 MHZ to 850 MHz.2 39.4 4.1 16.7 1. kg Nom.7 54.2 102.074 (solid) .3 1.5 25 AWG .8 1 3.114 1 5 50 100 Sweep Tested 5 MHZ to 850 MHz.1 62.7Ω/M′ 18.0 .0 3.90 75 81% 17.1 6.4 44.0 32.100 (7x35) .7 8.0 121.8Ω/M′ 104.7Ω/M′ 38.4 37.8 3. Nom.3 27 AWG Stranded (7x35) .3 1.5 67.81 75 66% 20.6 25 AWG .4 152.3 56.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.1 7.4 152.2 16.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1.4 .7 1.5 8. 900 1000 3000 2.0 23.7Ω/km 3.4Ω/M′ 17.7Ω/km .4 87.7 27.9 16. pF/Ft.0Ω/M′ 328.0 9.0 15.6Ω/km 1.2 15.5 31.3 5.9 7.8 14.7 22.0 3.54 TC Braid .3 12.2 6.5 47. 200 Guaranteed Return Loss –20dB Max.0 23.0Ω/M′ 111.0 16.058 (7x38) .9 70.018″ Tinned Copper Conductors • Duobond® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 1281R NEC: CMR CEC: CMG 1 1000 304.0 3.8 8. b e l d e n . m Lbs.2 5.0 4.0 20.3 6.7 1.0 55.8 .5 1.0Ω/km .8 10. 200 Guaranteed Return Loss –20dB Max.0 14.B E L D E N .1 • w w w .3Ω/km 1.074 (solid) .6 2.5 81. 400 700 See page 6. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.8 3.0Ω/km 1.9 2.0 10.7 12.2 2.017″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (93% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 8218 — U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.1 4.8 18.4 u Plenum • FPFA Insulation • Black Flamarrest® Jacket 1282P u NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1 1000 304.

6 .2 36.0 3.6Ω/M′ For Non-Plenum version of 82241.8 23 AWG .2 8.6 7.0Ω/M′ 160.1 2.2 18.1 23.9 2.7Ω/km 3.9 1.5 8.5 U-1000 ▲ U-304.1 35. Lt.8 14.8 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .7Ω/km 3.9 1.3 3.023″ BCCS 49.134 (solid) .146 (solid) .5 10. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.5Ω/km 6. †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .15 75 78% 17.5Ω/km 6.8 36.6 7.6 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.3 23 AWG .0 4. Blue.3 .3 48.8 14. m Lbs.4 18.0Ω/M′ 49.6Ω/M′ 8.0 16.0 18. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 36.8 1.2Ω/km 3.3 1.0 16.3 37. 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) . Green.0Ω/M′ 160.7Ω/km 3.8 CEC: 1000 † CMP FT6 18.5% 19.6 7.1 12.0 6.190 4. 67.0 19.2 16.0 2.0Ω/M′ 160.030″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in Matte Black.9 11. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.7Ω/km 3.9Ω/km 3.242 95% Shield Coverage 2.6 38.0 5000 1524.35 Standard Analog Video Cable RG-59/U Type Description Part No.4 19.3 7. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.1 2.6 38.15 75 66% 20.8 17.5 67.3 3.023″ BC 20.6 3.4 1.6 1.0 2.6 13.0 15.242 95% Shield Coverage 2.71 BC Braid .9 11. 64. Yellow.023″ BCCS 49.6 13.1 27.4 4. Nom. Vel.4 3.0 45.8 23 AWG Solid .0 31.9Ω/M′ 9.5 95% Shield Coverage 2.4 11.1 2.1 10.3 48.0 BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.4 39.7 13.0 2.8 0 0 .0 31.3 7.0 200.0 8.5 97% Shield Coverage 2.0 3.0 1000 304. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .0Ω/M′ 160.1 23.9 7.71 BC Braid .2 16.4 36.6 8.0 2.6Ω/M′ For Plenum versions of 8241.8 40.242 95% Shield Coverage 2. White or Orange.023″ BCCS 49. Gray or Yellow) High-Flex 60°C 8241F — 1000 304.1 38.8 17.023″ Bare Copper or Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor (see below) • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 75°C) VW-1 8241 NEC: CM 100 30.0 15. Capacitance Imp.0 16.132 (solid) .8 21.83 75 69.4Ω/M′ 66.146 (solid) .190 4.146 (7x30) .10 75 66% 20.1 • w w w .1 42.71 BC Braid .3 1 5 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.1 23 AWG . Plenum • FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 82241 NEC: U-500 † U-152.4 43. of (Ω) Prop.3 Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.6Ω/M′ For Non-Plenum version of 88241.8 38.9 11.5Ω/km see 8241.7 29.1 3.8 304.8 . 1-800-BELDEN-1. b e l d e n .6 3.5Ω/km see 88241 or 82241.4 Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications. 8.0 2000 609.2 33.9 10.4 3. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.0 8. kg Nom.8 18.6 80.5 10.0 3. 64.5 6.0 33.3 3.0 10.4 23 AWG .6 1. White.5 1.35 BC Braid .0 9.5 500 152.3 90.5 97% Shield Coverage 2.8 304.6Ω/M′ 8.1 36.15 75 66% 20.030″ BC 15.4 17.3 5.8 304.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. 100m 23 AWG Solid .8 40. Blue.4 11.4 304. Green.023″ BCCS 49. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1 12.0 45.4 39.0 16.146 (solid) . 8. put-up also available in Red. 8. pF/Ft.9 22 AWG . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.0 9.2 8.5 1.023″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 200°C 88241 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 † 1000 † 152.7 23 AWG .35 BC Braid .4 CMP U-1000 † U-304.4 U-500 U-152.1 11.0 3.71 BC Braid .0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .1 23.2 .8 35.B E L D E N .9 8.7 11.0 2.7 11.3 34.83 75 69.4 3.5Ω/km see 8241.3 56. Red.240 6.8 14.2 16.8 36.4 4.3 5.4 ▲ U-1000 ft.9 7.9 9.4 4.5% 19.1 27.9 7. Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 8241B NEC: CM CEC: CM U-1000 1000 U-304.5 67.5 4. Flame-retardant Semi-foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 75°C) 8241A NEC: U-1000 CMG 1000 CEC: CMG FT4 U-304.5Ω/km 6.

8 21.2 33.4 U-304.1 35.242 95% Shield Coverage 2.8 21.4 Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.4 152. For CCTV applications.1 5.8 38.0 4.1 3.3 56.023″ BCCS 49.8 304.0 9.8 14.0Ω/M′ 49.193 95% Shield Coverage 2.1 11.0 118.135 (7x30) . Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.0 3.7 29.3 16.0Ω/km 3.193 95% Shield Coverage 2.9 2.6Ω/M′ 8.4 17.5 19.3 .0 31.0 13.8 21.9 2.6 9.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . c o m .1 • w w w .36 Standard Analog Video Cable RG-59/U Type Description Part No.6 7. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.0 3.5 8.1 10.9 38.8 19.8 19. Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 75°C 8221 — U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.9 9.9 2.9 9.2 16.7 22 AWG . Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.9 2.5Ω/km 4.2 16.8 18.4 4.4 304.0 10.6 85% Shield Coverage 4.9 32.8 36.242 6. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 5 MHz to 450 MHz.7 BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.4 U-304.5 35.0 6.8 14.4 1.8 5. m Lbs.4 39.146 (solid) . 100m 22 AWG Solid Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 8263 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX U-500 U-1000 1000 U-152.9 11.135 (7x30) .0 17.0 16. 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .71 BC Braid .1 3.5Ω/km 6.8 1.5 22 AWG .1 10.7 29.9 4.1 3.6 9.90 75 78% 17. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 .1 23.5 13.1 23.15 75 78% 17.12 75 78% 17.4 25.1 36. Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 82259 NEC: U-1000 CMP 1000 CEC: CMP FT6 U-304.4 152.0 .0 16.146 (7x30) . of (Ω) Prop.0 3.0 31.8 9.9 10.4 3.0 3.6Ω/M′ 100% Sweep tested.5 8.6Ω/M′ 8.4 3.0 14.8 36.8 4.9 7. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.241 6. Nom.242 6. Capacitance Imp.0 17.0 3.2 16.7 11.43 BC Braid .15 75 66% 19. b e l d e n .1 12.2 33.2Ω/km 3. 8.0 8.5 67.5 152.0Ω/km 3.B E L D E N .0 4.6Ω/M′ 8.9 11.9 9.030″ BC 15.9 . Vel.0Ω/M′ 164.2 39.8 35.9 7.3 .3 37.71 BC Braid .0 16.0Ω/M′ 49.242 95% Shield Coverage 2.6 7. 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) .0 8.4 U-304.8 31.8 14.71 BC Braid .7 11.9 2.5 Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger Wire.5 33.0 4.9 18.3 53.025″ BCCS 50.0 16.0 16.6 1.90 75 78% 17.3 .8 304.7Ω/km 3. 5 MHz to 450 MHz.5 33.7 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.6 28.6 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 9.146 (solid) .8 304.0 6.3 32.1 1.5 U-152.8Ω/km 100% Sweep tested. kg Nom.5 6.025″ BCCS 50.3 56.2Ω/km 3. 56.9 304.8 22 AWG .8 22 AWG .5Ω/M′ 14.15 80 78% 16.9 37. UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 9259 NEC: CM CEC: CM 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30.0Ω/M′ 49.1 12. Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.0 2.2Ω/km 3.0 8. Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 200°C 89259 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 100 † 500 † 1000 † 30.8 22 AWG .1 11.1 2.2 U-304.0Ω/M′ 160.0 .0 3.2Ω/km 3.9 10.3 .71 BC Braid .0 7.5 6.5Ω/km 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .6 8.0 6. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.8 21.7 For CCTV applications. 22 AWG Solid Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 9244 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX U-500 U-1000 1000 3280 U-152.0 14.1 1. †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.6 8.2 22 AWG .7 29.5Ω/km see 89259 or 82259.1 35.3 95% Shield Coverage 2.4 U-304.0 7.9 7.0 10.146 (7x30) .030″ BC 15.8 304.8 8. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.0Ω/M′ 164.1 2.3 56.7 95% Shield Coverage 2. 8.1 2.0 17.4 4.5 Non-contaminating Black PVC Jacket.0 4.6 9.0 15.0 6.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.8 1.5Ω/km 4.9 9.8 0 0 .0 15.4 63.6Ω/M′ 8.0 1.8 14.1 3.5 7. pF/Ft.0Ω/M′ 49.030″ BC 15.4 18.1 30.1 53.8 304.5Ω/km 6.030″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) VW-1 9659 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX U-500 U-1000 1000 U-152.146 (solid) .71 BC Braid .4 39.43 BC Braid .5 6.0 2.9 2.6Ω/M′ For Plenum versions of 9259.5 6.7 36.030″ BC 15.15 75 66% 20.7 29.6 37. Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.4 3.8 36.3 1000.9 .0 6.6 22 AWG . 1-800-BELDEN-1.1 36.1 Non-contaminating PVC Jacket.

9 10.9 9.15 75 78% 17.8 31.8 21.0 3. b e l d e n .9 2.3 53.3 6.0 2.0 14.B E L D E N .032″ BCCS 44.0Ω/km 3.6 5.5 6.0 26.9 20 AWG .7 80% Shield Coverage 5.5Ω/km 6.3 6.145 (solid) .5 6.0 8.241 6.0 4.3 53.8 21.8 16.6Ω/M 8.9 10.8 31.143 (solid) . kg Nom.0Ω/km 3. 5 MHz to 850 MHz.0 35. Nom.9 .6 1.8 15.5Ω/M′ 146.15 75 83% 16. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.032″ BCCS 44.8 14.3 56.9 20 AWG .5 15.6 8.5 1 5 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 .0 15.5 7.0 6.143 (solid) . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.9 9.0Ω/M′ 32.8 14.5Ω/km 6.4 304.0 15.9 10.4Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.6 1.68 BC Braid .8 35. Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9274 NEC: CM CEC: CM 500 1000 152.5Ω/M′ 146.10 75 82% 16.1 3.8 2. m Lbs.4 U-304. Capacitance Imp.8 Suitable for Outdoor applications.0 15.6 8.5 6.032″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (80% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 75°C 9240 — 1000 304.032″ BCCS 44.5Ω/M′ 11.8 14.032″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket 80°C 8212 — U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.6Ω/M′ 8.3 27.7 29.032″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 75°C) 1426A NEC: CM U-1000 U-304.7 .7 29.1 33.1 10.0 14.242 95% Shield Coverage 2.143 (solid) .6Ω/M′ 18.0 3.5Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.2 33.3 56.5 7. 1-800-BELDEN-1.6 8. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 7.0 8.1 35.7 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .6 3. pF/Ft.242 95% Shield Coverage 2.8Ω/km 3.1 35. Suitable for Outdoor applications.1 10.9 9. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.0 2.9 1.6 1.0 4.63 BC Braid .37 Standard Analog Video Cable RG-59/U Type Description Part No.3 6.7 29.63 BC Braid .2 8. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom. Vel.1 20 AWG .9 2.8 Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger Wire.9 BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.240 6.5 1.032″ BC 10.0 6. 5 MHz to 450 MHz.1 35.1 10.2 33.0 2.5Ω/M′ 146.4 23.0 2.0 4.2 33.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.1 3.0 20 AWG . 20 AWG Solid .5 95% Shield Coverage 3.4 152.63 BC Braid . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.8 0 0 . of (Ω) Prop.5 11.8 304.12 75 78% 17.0 3.1 3.8 21.0Ω/km 3. 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . 100m 20 AWG Solid .1 • w w w .9 2.8 16.1 3. 20 AWG Solid .

Vel.0Ω/M′ 7.0Ω/M′ 105. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0Ω/km 4.0 500. see 89248 or 82248.0Ω/km 4.4 19.1 3.0 5.0 14. 5 MHz to 450 MHz. BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper • UTP = Unshielded Twisted Pair Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.028″ BCCS 32.9 2.9 100% Sweep tested.2 3. †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece.4 23.180 (solid) .1Ω/M′ 16. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.8 1.0 108.0 2.3 8.8 32. 18 AWG Solid .4Ω/km .8 32.3 5.040″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (60% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 9248 NEC: CM CEC: CM U-500 500 U-1000 1000 1640 3280 U-152.32 Duofoil + 65% TC Braid 5.0 4.5Ω/km 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .6 6.32 Duofoil + 65% TC Braid 5.57 (2) BC .7 4.8 609.170 (solid) .1 6.5 15.6 5.0 18 AWG .170 (solid) .9 10.2 7.3 .0 U-304.8 33.5 8.8 CMP 1000 † CEC: CMP FT6 29.0 53.5 2.1Ω/M′ 16.4 .5 6.4 26.288 7.4 304.4Ω/M′ 21.5 2.4Ω/M′ 21.8 1. pF/Ft.57 Duofoil + 60% TC Braid 5. 2.5 67. m Lbs.6Ω/km 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .4Ω/M′ 21.5 3. 100m 21 AWG Solid . 1.0 6.B E L D E N .3 2.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.8 17.037″ BC 7.7 1.4 9.3 27. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 33.0 2.6 25.1Ω/M′ 3.8 .3 1.3 49.0 25.38 Standard Analog Video Cable RG-6/U Type Description Part No.2 7.185 (solid) .1 21.2 14.040″ BC 6. 18 AWG Solid .6 21 AWG .5 50.3 .86 75 82% 16.9 1.2 31.0 29.7 2.2 11.8 59.7 2.70 (2) BC .3 7.1 18 AWG Solid .1 5.3 26.040″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (65% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 200°C 89248 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 † 1000 † 2000 † 152.0 13.43 75 66% 20.2 1.0 55.8 4.1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1500 .037″ Bare Copper Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shields (98% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9290 NEC: CM CEC: CM 1000 2000 304.2 8. Capacitance Imp.9 6.222 5.1 4. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.4 20.6Ω/km 4.5Ω/M′ 24.64 75 82% 16.6 6.7Ω/km .8 0 0 .6 30.2 4.8 33.5 50.8 14.64 75 82% 16. 5 MHz to 450 MHz.040″ BC 6. 5 MHz to 450 MHz.9 13. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.7 22.6 15.9 6.4 15.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .0 15.040″ BC 6.2 13. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 53.6 9.222 5. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.1 18 AWG .0Ω/km 4.2 28.5 152.0 21.0 64.6Ω/M′ 18.0 2.8 304.7Ω/km .0 6.32 75 81% 17.3 5.3 6. b e l d e n .3 .6 7. 5 MHz to 450 MHz. 1-800-BELDEN-1.66 1.1 9.0 2.8 19. Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 82248 NEC: U-1000 † U-304.4 16.2 18 AWG .180 (solid) .7 Braids 98% Shield Coverage 100% Sweep tested.6 2.6 23.3 .1 • w w w .2 8.9 Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.0 26.2 For Plenum versions of 9248. of (Ω) Prop.7 8.9 7.3 100% Sweep tested.6 118. Nom.332 8.0 304.2 9.7 1.270 6.6 27.2 Braids 98% Shield Coverage 100% Sweep tested.8 609.1 17.3 56. c o m .8 15.0Ω/km 4. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.8 74.028″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shields (98% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket MATV Cable 80°C 8215 — 1000 304.3 4.6 8.2 .8 1000.5 6.7 1. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.9 8. kg Nom.6 18 AWG .

2 5.1 4.29 75 84% 16.5 13.405 10.8 14.0 39.2 14 AWG (solid) .5 .3 2.8 14. RG-11/U • 14 AWG Solid .24 BC Braid .4 304. RG-11/U • 14 AWG Solid .8 37.2 .3 6.040″ Braid BC Pair: 3.29 75 84% 16.9 7.29 75 66% 20.6Ω/km 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .6 44.3 6.8 6. 3.B E L D E N . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .6 9. pF/Ft.8 6.2 5.9 2.5 13.8 75.1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 53.405 10.4 304.0 4.8 40.3 1.2 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .2 5.6 1.5 5.5 23.5Ω/km .8 19.8 6. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .8Ω/km .2 53. Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 60°C VW-1 8261 CEC: CXC 500 1000 152.3 3.8 76.9 4.0 22.2Ω/M′ 3. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.0 20.6 1.8 6.1 18. 100% Sweep tested.39 Standard Analog Video Cable RG-6/U and RG-11/U Types Description Part No.2 4. 5 MHz to 450 MHz.3 6.3 7.9 4.1 .1 .2 9.9 1.6Ω/M′ 8.3 18 AWG .1 3.0 78.0 16.0 14 AWG (solid) .1 52.8 7.29 75 67% 20.6 2.2 Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.3 23.3 4.6 3. 5 MHz to 450 MHz.9 9. 5 MHz to 450 MHz.0Ω/M′ 9.24 BC Braid .6 9.1 Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.5 13. Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.7 1.0 2. b e l d e n . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1Ω/M′ 100% Sweep tested.3 Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.5 67.2Ω/km . of (Ω) Prop.1 19.2Ω/km 21.9 4.0 34.3 . 1-800-BELDEN-1.5 15. Composite • Coax: 18 AWG Solid BC Cond.9 1.280 7.5 67.0 53.9 104.3 4.1 For Plenum versions of 9292.274 6.8 609.5 18 AWG Coax: Coax: (solid) .3 5.405 97% Shield Coverage 1.0 26.2 4.048″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Flame-retardant Semi-foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 8238 NEC: CM CEC: CM 500 1000 152.5 18.0 100% Sweep tested. w/BC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) • Power: 18 AWG Stranded (7x26) BC Conductor UTP Foam Polyethylene Insulation (Coax) • Polypropylene Insulation (Pair) • Black Low-Smoke.9Ω/km 10.1Ω/M′ 20.1 • w w w .064″ BC 2.405 97% Shield Coverage 1.8 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 2.2 .2Ω/M′ 3.064″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (60% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9292 — 1000 304.7 14 AWG (solid) .180 4.0 22. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.7 2.2 .2 . 100m RG-6/U • 18 AWG Stranded (7x26) .0 1.0Ω/km 7.0 23.24 BC Braid .1 14. see 89292. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.0Ω/km 7.064″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (63% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket 200°C 89292 NEC: CMP CATVP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152. Vel.275 6. Nom. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.6 2.2 .8 19.57 95% BC .285 7.3 u RG-11/U • 14 AWG Solid .3 3. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.4 304.0 36.6 2.8 52.4 304.1Ω/M′ 20.048″ TC 6.048″ TC 6.0 22.064″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket 80°C 8213 — 500 1000 2000 152.5 1.064″ BC 2.8 17.4 .9Ω/km 10. m Lbs.8 59.285 (7x26) .8Ω/km .8 5.3 5.8 0 0 .5 172.0 4.0 34.5Ω/M′ 8.5 2.5 .346 8.1Ω/M′ 6.5Ω/km .0 4.8 117.6Ω/M′ 8.0 87.2 10.2 .0Ω/km (Color Code: Black & Red) .8 97% Shield Coverage 1.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.11 Duofoil + 60% TC Braid 3.6 1. Zero-Halogen Jacket Siamese 300V RMS 1306SB NEC: CMG-LS CEC: CMG-LS FT4 Limited Smoke 500 1000 152.5 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .6 10.79 75 83% 16.3 23.1 52. kg Nom.3 4.4 1.3 1.8 7.7 17.8 13.2 3.96 Duofoil + 63% TC Braid 3.4 81.285 (7x26) .7 7.59 10.1 3. Capacitance Imp.0 47.1 4.1 .4 304.0 2.99 x x .1 18 AWG .4Ω/M′ .5 2.7 1.0Ω/M′ 9.514 13.064″ BC 2.3 .0 4.06 75 83% 16.059 1.2 . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.

9 17. b e l d e n .1 38. 23 AWG Solid .0 20.1 7.5 3.8 9. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.023″ BC 20.6 3.5 34.3 23 AWG .9Ω/km 2. Yellow.5 1 3.3 31.2 10. Blue.1 31.1Ω/M′ 65.5 1.03 75 82% 16.0 7.021″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 10 colors)* 75°C 1865A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1000 304.2 7. White or Black.6Ω/M′ 24.3 25.59 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 7.7 Also available in multiples.1 11.3 53. Red.4 42.6 10 71. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = Foam High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.0 1.8 1.0 18.5 1.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .0 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . 5 MHz to 3 GHz. 100% Sweep tested.0 13.1 1 3.6 3.4 304.5 13.4 23.39 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 5.5 60. c o m . put-up available in Black only.1 5.4Ω/M′ 17. bundled.7 39.1 8.0 12.8 14.1 16.6 52. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. of (Ω) Prop.102 (solid) . pF/Ft.7 5.9Ω/km 2.2 12. See 7787A through 7792A. Green.40 Precision Video Cable for Analog and Digital Sub-Miniature RG-59/U Type Description Part No.5 9. Nom.8 24.5 54. ▲ 500 ft. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.7 20.81 75 82% 16.1 3.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .9 10.6 10 71.3 26. Orange.7 9. *Available in Brown.6 10.2 3.6 55. Purple.4 25 AWG .159 4.4 45. 1-800-BELDEN-1.1 • w w w .4 6.021″ BC 27.8 68.3 2.094 (19x37) .7Ω/km . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. 100m 25 AWG Stranded (19x37) .0 4.B E L D E N .9 33.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.2 78.0 16.4Ω/M′ 89.8 5.8 12. Vel. m Lbs.9Ω/km . Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.5 17.4 . Capacitance Imp. kg Nom. Gray.023″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 10 colors)* SDI/HDTV Digital Video 75°C 1855A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 ▲ 1000 152. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 16.7 100% Sweep tested.0 6.8 0 0 .150 3.

9 1 3.8 1.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1 3.0 9.7 6.71 TC + 95% Shield Coverage 4.8 1. Flame-retardant Semi-foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 75°C) 9209A NEC: U-1000 CMR CEC: CMG FT4 U-304.2 2.2 31. *Compacted conductor combines impedance uniformity of solid conductors and “nick-resistance” of stranded conductor.9 10. Vel.4 21.220 5.2 100% Sweep tested.9 13.4 . b e l d e n .8Ω/km .B E L D E N . Capacitance Imp.3 26.1 10. m Lbs.0 71.5Ω/M′ 14.022″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket 80°C 9209 — U-500 U-1000 U-152.8 15.022″ BC 20.0 15.9 4.8 29.4 12.8 8.2 23 AWG . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.9Ω/km 3.8 9.1 • w w w .5 13. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.2 23 AWG .0 68.8 3.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.3 33.023″ BCC 19.9Ω/km 3.2 34.9 11.3 4.7 9.3 9.0 1. 100m 23 AWG Stranded (7x32) .3 100% Sweep tested.5 67.8 15.5Ω/M′ 14.0 3.6 1.0 18.5 38.59 75 66% 21.59 75 66% 21.9 11.023″ Bare Compacted Copper* • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket 80°C 8279 — 500 1000 152.1 2.0 45.6 8.71 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 4.41 Precision Video Cable for Analog and Digital RG-59/U Type Description Part No.8Ω/km . BC = Bare Copper • BCC = Bare Compacted Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.5 38. kg Nom.5 1.022″ BC 20. of (Ω) Prop. 23 AWG Solid .4 304.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 .8 35. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 71.6 10.4 .6 10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .220 5.0 6.9 100% Sweep tested.5 13.0 71.7 32.8 0 0 .4 .8 3.6 6.1Ω/M′ 62.146 (solid) .4 U-304.6Ω/km 3.9 23 AWG .0 13. Nom.2 1.2 3.8Ω/km .8 9.4Ω/M′ 66.0 18.0 5.6 8.6 10. 1-800-BELDEN-1.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 .0 5. pF/Ft. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .5 27.4 22.220 5.9 4.5 1.8 13.6 .146 (solid) .1 41.9 1 3.71 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 4.5Ω/M′ 14.2 32.0 39.4 21.0 68.2 2.146 (7x32) .6 11.59 75 66% 20. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.2 1.4Ω/M′ 66.5 28.9 29.6 6. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.6 10.0 13.0 5.

0 23. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.6 30. Purple. ▼ 5000 ft.4 304.0 13.3 53.2Ω/M′ 40.5 16.0 1.6 10.92 75 83% 16. ◆1000 ft. Red.9 8.0 1. †Final put-up length may vary ±10% for spools or reels.4 12.3 5.1 2.1 6.0 44. 100m 20 AWG Solid .5 6.3 6.4Ω/M′ 7.0 74.0 17.5 4.B E L D E N .8 4.75 75 66% 21.1 1.8Ω/km 3.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .8Ω/M′ 10.0 For Plenum version of 1505A.5 1 3.031″ Bare Compacted Copper Conductor* • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jacket (Matte Black.5 29.4 304. 1-800-BELDEN-1.4 6.1 • w w w .2 21.6 9.6 10 71.38 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 3.6Ω/km 1 3.0Ω/M′ 32. 5 MHz to 850 MHz.8 2.8Ω/km 100% Sweep tested. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.196 4.2 4.15 75 80% 17.6 2.145 (solid) .3 16.2 20 AWG .0 3.4 9.3 3.5 5.0 8.4 66.8Ω/M′ 12.3 24. Gray or Natural. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.0 165.1 2.0 21. m Lbs.8 42.2 .2 11.0 20.6 24.9 8.4 1.4 22 AWG .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. of (Ω) Prop.9 17. Yellow.8 45.0Ω/km 3.305 7. 22 AWG Stranded (7x29) . Orange.4 10.145 (7x29) .6 5.9 Braid 98% Shield Coverage 1.8 100% Sweep tested.031″ BCC 12. Blue.5 .5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 . Red.0 55.6 1.8 14. Green. White or Purple) High-Flex SDI/HDTV Video Patch 75°C 1505F NEC: CM CEC: CM 1000 304. ▲ 500 ft.8 1 3.9 30. Yellow. Vel.2 7. kg Nom.6 .4 5.3 .6 2.68 TC Double . put-ups available in all ten colors: Black.0 1000 304.9 24.5 14.3 28.6 *Compacted conductor combines impedance uniformity of solid conductors and “nick-resistance” of stranded conductor.5 .032″ BC 10.8Ω/km 3. Capacitance Imp. Gray or White. Nom.4 43. put-up available in Black or Natural only.6 10 71.6 11.0 57.6 10 71.5 7.42 Precision Video Cable for Analog and Digital RG-59/U Type Description Part No.0 21.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 .1 16.4 7.5 9. b e l d e n . Blue.1 52.8 20 AWG .8 17.7 Braid 95% Shield Coverage 2.3 23. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.198 (solid) .3 .7 19.0 68.3 11. ▼ 500 ft.0 71. Blue.5Ω/km . 5 MHz to 3 GHz. ◗ 1000 ft.5 14.7 24.9 2.4 17. 20 AWG Solid .0 34.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .1Ω/M′ 100% Sweep tested.68 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 3. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.9 12. 100% Sweep tested.3 . Also available in bundled versions.133 (solid) .3 7.4 18.032″ BC 10.8 2.8 39.4 8.03 TC Double .0 16.8 0 0 .8 BC = Bare Copper • BCC = Bare Compacted Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.4 20. 1 3.4 5000 ▼ 1524. put-up may vary in length by -0 to +10%. ±5% for Unreel cartons from length shown.9 6.242 6.032″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 10 colors)◆ SDI/HDTV Digital Video 75°C 1505A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 ▲ 152.031″ BC 9.5Ω/km . Brown.5 20 AWG .6 55.6 29.0 6.0Ω/M′ 32. Yellow.2 7. put-up available in Black. Green. and 5000 ft. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.9 2. Green.7 3. Orange.5 3. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . put-up available in all ten colors: Black.7 76.5 38.0 2. c o m .7 1.9 1.031″ Bare Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (98% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Gray PVC Jacket 60°C VW-1 9231 NEC: CMH CEC: CMH FT1 500 1000 152. Brown.9Ω/M′ 32.2 34.9 10. Purple. See 7794A through 7798A.3 .5Ω/km 5. 20 AWG Solid . see 1506A.9 20. pF/Ft.5 21.032″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Flamarrest® Jacket (Available in 10 colors) ◗ SDI/HDTV Digital Video 75°C 1506A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 †▼ 1000 †◗ 152.6 13.8 35. Orange.4 7.7 8. Red or Blue only.3 29. 3.93 75 84% 16. Red.6 6.5 6.5 14.233 5.0 7.4 71.0 3.5 13.

9 9.6 10.0 71.0 11.1 20 AWG .1Ω/M′ see 88281.6 10.4 7.3 .1 3.6 6.2 20 AWG .6 7.2 33.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 . kg Nom.2 .2 .90 TC Double .305 7.3 .0 62. 5 MHz to 850 MHz.1 16.7 24.5 17.2 31.4 20. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.5 20.8 2. 5 MHz to 850 MHz.8 2.3 .0 6. 1.0 33.8 2.0 68.4 8.1Ω/M′ 100% Sweep tested.7 2. Gray. 1.8 34.3 24.0Ω/km 4.6 10.8 1.8 14.3 5.0 68.9 Braid 98% Shield Coverage 1.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 . m Lbs.031″ Bare Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (98% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Jacket (Available in Red.7 24.4 26.5 .8 20 AWG Solid .3 29. 22 AWG Stranded (7x29) .0 7.4 304.8 2.70 TC Double . Vel.6 10.3 .9 Braid 98% Shield Coverage For Plenum version of 8281.5 29. Orange or Black) 80°C 8281 — 500 ▲ 1000 152.5 15. pF/Ft.9Ω/M′ 32.0 71.1 3.6 7. 3.9Ω/M′ 32. Green.1 • w w w .4 Braid 98% Shield Coverage 1.6 20.0 71.9 Braid 98% Shield Coverage For Plenum version of 8281B.305 7.0 10.03 TC Double .8 73.0 4.198 (solid) .03 TC Double .6 Braid 98% Shield Coverage 1. Blue. put-up not available in White.4 304.1 6.198 (solid) .9 8.6 11.5Ω/km 5.3 28.B E L D E N .6 16.3 23.9 30.3 7. Yellow.305 7.8 2.3 3.031″ Bare Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (98% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Clear Polyethylene Jacket Indoor Use 80°C 9141 — 1000 304.5 10.75 75 66% 21. White or Black.5 .5 .8 74.1 6.8 1.8 37.1Ω/M′ 100% Sweep tested.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1 3.2 86.0 26. Blue.032″ Bare Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (98% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Black Fluorocopolymer Jacket 150°C 88281 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.7 67.4 9.3 5.8 84. Green. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.6 2. Purple.6 2. pF/m (continued) Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 1-800-BELDEN-1. put-up available in Black only.0 39. *Compacted conductor combines impedance uniformity of solid conductors and “nick-resistance” of stranded conductor.0 33. 3.1 20 AWG .4 22 AWG .3 Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.1 1. Orange.0 12.75 75 66% 20.9 10.2 .0 1.6Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.193 (7x29) .7 20.5 25.2 7.5 14. 20 AWG Solid . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 8. 3. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .2 7.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 . White.8 32.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 . 5 MHz to 850 MHz.7 8.75 75 66% 21.2Ω/M′ 40.8 2.0 71.9Ω/M′ 32.200 (solid) . Blue.6 6.0 3. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.4 5.06 TC Double . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Green. 3.0 4.8 16. 5 MHz to 850 MHz. Capacitance Imp.6 6.6 9.6 21.5 .031″ BCC 12.271 6.8 44.031″ BC 9.4 16. 100m 20 AWG Solid .7Ω/M′ 100% Sweep tested.43 Precision Video Cable for Analog and Digital RG-59/U Type Description Part No.5 .5 3.6 5.3 5.9 1.031″ BC 9.1 16. 5 MHz to 216 MHz.0 71.031″ Bare Compacted Copper Conductor* • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (98% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Matte Red.6Ω/km 1 3.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. Nom. Flame-retardant Semi-foam Polyethylene Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 9 colors)◆ UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 8281B NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1000 304.0 30.6 10. ◆ 8281B available in Red. BC = Bare Copper • BCC = Bare Compacted Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.2 34.032″ BC 9.0 9.6Ω/km 1 3.185 (solid) .8 0 0 .1 6.5 .7 1. Yellow. Gray or Black) High-Flex 60°C 8281F — 500 ◗ 1000 152.0 65.1 8.6 24.4 304.5Ω/km 5.5 ▲ 500 ft.9Ω/M′ 32.7 10.6Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.5Ω/km 5.1 6.6Ω/km 1 3.7 19. b e l d e n .8 14.9 9. 5. of (Ω) Prop.0 68.88 75 71% 19.5Ω/km 4.9 2.4 ◗ 500 ft.8 40.75 75 66% 21. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.1Ω/M′ see 88281.305 7.031″ BC 9.3 .5 4. 1 3.6 20 AWG .2 .0 38.

9 18 AWG . Black jacket suitable for Indoor. put-up available in Black or Natural only.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .274 6.32 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 2.3 24.2 .96 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 1.2 14 AWG (solid) .4 3.1 • w w w . Capacitance Imp. Vel.5Ω/M′ 8.4Ω/M′ 21.5 6.0 40.2 11.5 9. b e l d e n .2 33.2 10.3 9. Yellow. Gray or Natural.348 8.0 35. Also available in bundled versions.6 26.5 18 AWG .5 2.9 16.57 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 2.064″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 10 colors)* SDI/HDTV Digital Video 75°C 7731A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 ▼ 152.5 1.6 2. put-up available in Black only.2Ω/km . Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Low-Smoke.6 10 71.4 4.5 6.5 3.0Ω/km 4.4Ω/M′ 21. ** Plenum Available in Black.B E L D E N .2 38.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 1 3. Purple.4 1.9 8.0 176.0 44.5 GHz.1 3.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 1 3.234 5.2 1. Green.0 43. 2000 ft.7 12.3 45.8 2.7 1.9 5.7 30.9 9. Brown.8 20.2 6.8 1.8 1. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.2 . Blue.6 20.2 46. Orange. Yellow. put-up available in Natural only.275 6.6 13.4 304.99 75 82% 16.8 2.5Ω/M′ 4.0 5.1 6.2Ω/km .8 4000 1219.1 3.040″ BC 6. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 5. † Final put-up length may vary ±10% for spools or reels and ±5% for Unreel cartons from length shown.2 6.9 5.9 18 AWG .3 9. put-up available in Black or Natural only.280 7.6 3.040″ BC 6. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.5 5.3 5.040″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jacket (Available in 10 colors)* SDI/HDTV Digital Video 75°C 1694A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 ▲ 152. Red.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. ▼ 500 ft.7 11.1 10. pF/Ft.7 5.5 1.9 9.96 75 82% 16.1 16.4 5.0 10. Purple. 100% Sweep tested.1 1.0 30. Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Fluorocopolymer Jacket (Available in 10 colors)** SDI/HDTV Digital Video 150°C 7732A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 ◗ 1000 2000 ✤ 152. Orange. Request quotations of RG-U cables not listed. Green.6 4.0 80.4 19.7 1.9 9. Zero-Halogen Jacket LSZH and ABS 1694SB NEC: 1000 Type Approved u CMG-LS SDI/HDTV CEC: Digital Video CMG-LS FT4 75°C Limited Smoke 304.180 (solid) .0 20. Outdoor and Aerial applications.2 .9 For Plenum version of 1694A.5 2. c o m .5 100% Sweep tested.2 . Nom. Gray or White.1 2.57 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 2.3 24.0 52.5 .0 30.0 20. RG-11/U Type • 14 AWG Solid . 1-800-BELDEN-1.3 45.0 11.5 90. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 1 10 71.3 4. m Lbs.0 20.5 21.0Ω/km 4.2 12.3 24.84 75 83% 16.2 53.9 .0 22.3 75 85% 16.1 20.11 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 1.0Ω/km 4.0 3.8 46. 100m RG-6/U Type • 18 AWG Solid .6 3.1 3.5 202.3 9.9 8. Blue.0 20.9Ω/km .6 4. 5 MHz to 4.7 4.5 1.4 1 10 71.2 7.3Ω/km . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.3 4.8 0 0 . Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.8 609.2 .8 15. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.2Ω/km .5Ω/M′ 8.9 4.0 .5 100% Sweep tested.0 22.2 53. * Non-Plenum Available in Black.405 10.4 1000 304. Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Flamarrest® Jacket (Available in 10 colors)** SDI/HDTV Digital Video 75°C 1695A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 †◆ 152. Red. of (Ω) Prop.4 4.0 3.2 .8 1.2 .1 95. ◆ 500 ft.1 100% Sweep tested.9 16.0 14 AWG (solid) .064″ BC 2.4 4.1 1 3.0 .8 1.1 17. put-up available in Red or Black only.6 10 71.2Ω/km . 040″ BC 6.9 176.5 . 5 MHz to 3 GHz. kg Nom.8 8.8 7.1 18. see 1695A. Brown.9 7.2 13.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .1 16. ◗ 500 ft. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.9 11. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.7 .8Ω/M′ 9.5 9.3 13.3 4.5 2.4 1000 304.274 6.064″ BC 2.170 (solid) .8Ω/M′ 9.1 388.0 20.0 15. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.5 2.0 30. ✤ BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.94 75 82% 16. ▲ 500 ft.2Ω/km .8Ω/M′ 9.44 Precision Video Cable for Analog and Digital RG-6/U and RG-11/U Type Description Part No.5 10.6Ω/M′ 5.4Ω/M′ 21.3 53.4 18. See 7710A through 7713A.5 91.5 3.4 5.6 45.6 2.4 19.1 100% Sweep tested.9 7.0 5.2 53.0 35.7 11.180 (solid) .8 6.4 1000 304.1 10.2 6.5 .7 .6 10 71.7 .8 4500 1371.0 14.1 3.1 5.3 13.

7 7789A 5 500 1000 152.6 10 71.6 3.1 1.62 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 3 GHz.5 304.6 9.145 .5 6.1Ω/M′ 65.03 2.3 .145 .97 75 83% 16.4 73.3 7796A 5 500 1000 152.6 42.68 5.8 5. Coax OD: BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper See Connector Reference Guide at www.8 31. Nom.1 • w w w .3 2.032″ Bare Copper Conductors • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Overall Matte Black PVC Jacket (Color Code: See chart below) SDI/HDTV 7794A NEC: Digital Video CMR 75°C CEC: (1505A Bundled) CMG FT4 3 500 1000 152.7 304.55 4.0 166.96 Coax OD: RG-59/U Type • 23 AWG Solid .2 79.5 94.45 Brilliance VideoFLEX Snake Cable for Precision Analog and Digital Video Miniature and RG-59/U Type UL NEC/ No.235 3.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2500 3000 .0 1.5 14.235 3.22 1 3.023″ BC 20. 9 10 11 12 Color Purple Black Pink Tan F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.166 29.0 16. 1 2 3 4 Color Red Green Blue White Cond.159 2.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2500 3000 .159 .0 21.93 1 3. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables Color Code Chart .5 40.4 178. Capacitance Attenuation Imp.706 17.145 .9 .145 .1 7795A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 4 500 1000 152.1 9.9 2.1 3.5 10. kg Nom.9 12.9 .16 Coax OD: Sweep tested 5 MHz to 3 GHz.0 49.0 21.2 7.4 5.03 2.790 20.3 53.8 1.159 .9 6.0 40.69 Coax OD: 7790A 6 500 1000 152. b e l d e n .4 153.8 1.55 4.8Ω/M′ 12.6 10 71.7 3. 3 500 1000 152.4 88.235 .0 135.4 18.0 69.4 6.4 304.5 80. 100m Description Miniature • 23 AWG Solid .7 20.0 137.5 145.9Ω/km .0 33.3 25.4 155.3 29.5 7.03 Coax OD: Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 7.belden.0 304.B E L D E N .68 5.481 12.597 15.0 12.55 4.023″ Bare Copper Conductors • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Overall Matte Black PVC Jacket (Color Code: See chart below) SDI/HDTV 7787A NEC: Digital Video CMR 75°C CEC: (1855A Bundled) CMG FT4 . pF/m MHz dB/ 100 Ft.9 18.7 9.4 6.8 367.159 .7 45. of dB/ (Ω) Prop.539 13.com for connector recommendations.55 4.6Ω/M′ 24.159 .235 .68 5. pF/Ft.6 .0Ω/M′ 32.6 .9Ω/km .102 .8 142.0 84.8 304.5 53. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nominal Nom.5 13.4 .0 107.102 .97 3.03 Coax OD: same as above same as above same as above same as above same as above .796 20. C(UL) CEC Cond.4 319.8 237. Part of No.03 2.8 110.1 64.4 94.5 17.5 304.825 20.432 10.0 21.5 70. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 0 0 .3 12.0 304.0 43.68 5.97 Coax OD: Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 3.1 7788A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 4 1000 304. m Standard Nominal Conductor Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Diameter Lbs.55 4.8Ω/km .102 .102 .5 .9 8.03 2.4 304.102 .7 23 AWG (solid) .102 .0 284. Vel.631 16. Type Standard Lengths Ft.8 187.8 2.8 23 AWG (solid) .2 34. 5 6 7 8 Color Yellow Brown Orange Gray Cond.6 55.55 4.4 .8 176.032″ BC 10.4 42.07 Coax OD: 7798A 10 500 1000 152.8 4.97 3. Cond.97 Coax OD: same as above same as above same as above .3 24.9 10.1 2.8 625.5 304.159 2.2 3.C O A X I A L C A B L E S ® 6.7 same as above same as above same as above .5Ω/km .9 same as above same as above same as above same as above same as above .4 60.8 47.5 54.5 1.4 13.8 299.2 304.22 Coax OD: 7791A 7792A 12 500 1000 152.03 75 83% 16. 10 500 1000 152.9 30.4 116.

0Ω/M′ 32.180 .5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2500 3000 .180 . b e l d e n . c o m .4 18.0 158.7 39.6 .133 3.180 . C(UL) CEC Cond.900 22.4 179.0 205.1 3. Coax OD: BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.049.4 88.2 43.2 6.4 54.422 10.8 285.64 Coax OD: 7713A 10 500 1000 152.0Ω/km .4 13. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.99 Coax OD: same as above same as above same as above .5 98.9 8.0 210. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nominal Nom.0Ω/M′ 9.0 11.8 454.99 Coax OD: Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 3.com for connector recommendations.9 16.3 18 AWG (solid) .belden.275 .0 21.1 • w w w .5Ω/km .588 14.3 9.5 .44 u 1283S6 6 . Patent 7.9 12.9 6. Type Standard Lengths Ft. pF/m MHz dB/ 100 Ft.3 .0 76.9 9.8 49.5 62.4Ω/M′ 21.275 .0 94.8 4.7 1.3 152.99 4. pF/Ft.9 2.S.180 . Part of No. 1-800-BELDEN-1.4 216.1 1 3.8Ω/M′ 12. 1 2 3 4 5 Color Red Green Blue White Yellow Cond. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1 16. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0 3.6 2.040″ BC 6.386 35.040″ Bare Copper Conductors • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Overall Matte Black PVC Jacket (Color Code: See chart below) SDI/HDTV 7710A NEC: Digital Video CMR 75°C CEC: (1694A Bundled) CMG FT4 3 500 1000 152.2 53.5 6.4 19.0 21. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.3 u 1283S5 u NEC: CMP CEC: CMP NEC: CMP CEC: CMP 5 250 500 1000 250 500 1000 76.6 9.4 4.38 Duofoil (95%) + TC Braid 3.770 19. kg Nom.7 20 AWG (solid) .57 6.5 81.1 2.8 1.8 209.8 1.86 1 3.4 304.9 .1 10. 6 7 8 9 10 Color Brown Orange Gray Purple Black F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 137.133 3.46 Brilliance VideoFLEX Snake Cable for Precision Analog and Digital Video RG-6/U Type UL NEC/ No.2 26.2 53.72 75 83% 16.970 24.3 13.8 same as above same as above .8 0 0 .5 7.133 3.9 7.0 129.7 11.7 45.0 410.523 Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor applications.3 4.3 24. Capacitance Attenuation Imp.4 12.4 463.0 152.4 5.8 35.C O A X I A L C A B L E S ® 6.5 2. of dB/ (Ω) Prop.275 4.8 103.56 75 82% 16.0 2. RG-6/U Type • 18 AWG Solid .57 6.5 14.8 174.57 6. See Connector Reference Guide at www.9 5.0 2.4 6.57 6.0 7712A 5 500 1000 152. Color Code Chart Cond.2 .5 152.2 304.9 26.38 same as above same as above .0 5.20 Sweep tested 5 MHz to 3 GHz.6 59. m Standard Nominal Conductor Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Diameter Lbs.99 4.8 350.0 31.B E L D E N .8Ω/km .7 3.032″ BC 10. Vel.0 304.94 Sweep tested.5 46.6 10 71.8 same as above same as above same as above .8 40.9 24.9 30.4 5.032″ Bare Copper Conductors • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Plenum-Grade PVC Jackets (Color Code: See chart below) • Center Spline • No Overall Jacket 300V RMS 1283S3 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP 3 250 500 1000 76.8Ω/km .38 .3 24.9 78.4 304. 100m Description RG-59/U • 20 AWG Solid .5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2500 3000 .529 13.0 304.6 10 71. Nom.4 108.0 304.275 4.0 304.1 7711A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 4 500 1000 152.4 1. U.0 19.8 904.6 .

5 86.455 11.9 52.9 5.8 0 0 .090 .1 3. Part of No.42 2.71 2.056 .019″ .090 .8 101.3 49.1 27.7 24.056 1. pF/Ft.9 .6Ω/M′ 28.8 3.0Ω/km Coaxes: .3 5.8 2. of dB/ (Ω) Prop.6 30.9 10.5 41.0 60.2 4.0 4.8 79.0 50.0 45.2Ω/km .59 1.5 Coax OD: same as above same as above .310 7.3 56.012″ TC Cond.0 15.102 2.8 23.0 49. Type Standard Lengths Ft.2 12.4 22.) Foam HDPE Insulation • Inner PVC Jackets (Color Code: See Chart Below) • Overall Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 1520A NEC: CL2 3 500 1000 152.47 Bundled RGB Cable Miniature and High-Flex Type Description UL NEC/ No.2 7. 1 2 3 4 5 Color Green Blue White Yellow F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Vel.1 • w w w .9 62.86 75 78% 17.7 30 AWG . 1-800-BELDEN-1. Nom. • Coaxes: Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid (90% Cov.29 3.59 Coax OD: 1 5 10 30 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .87 1521A NEC: CL2 4 500 1000 152.283 7.0 14.) • Overall: Beldfoil® Shield (100% Cov.8 110.019″ Bare Copper Conductors • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (93% Coverage) Foam HDPE Insulation • Inner PVC Jackets (Color Code: See Chart Below) • Overall Matte Black PVC Jacket 60°C 1406B — 3 1000 304. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.146 3.29 3. Color Code Chart Cond.59 TC 100.1 5.102 .3 same as above same as above .8 17.0Ω/km same as above same as above .4 304. C(UL) CEC Cond.5Ω/M′ 31.56 1417B — 5 1000 304. kg Nom.4 7. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 13. m Standard Nominal Conductor Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Diameter Lbs.5Ω/M′ 136.8 100. Capacitance Attenuation Imp.5 4.146 2. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nominal Nom.9 30. b e l d e n . 100m Miniature • 30 AWG Stranded (7x38) .4 304. Request quotations of cables not listed.5 67.9 2.5 10.71 Duofoil + 93% TC Braid 8.42 Coax OD: (7x38) .6 1522A NEC: CL2 5 500 1000 152.0 26.4 17.9 2.0 10. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables Red .6 34.4 304.9 12.4 .0 35.12 Coax OD: BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.29 Coax OD: (7x34) .0Ω/M′ 328.477 12.056 .1 44.3 1.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.0 18.338 8.71 BC 41.8 34.7 1 5 10 30 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .5 15.2 1407B — 4 1000 304.8 31.388 9.8 26 AWG .59 Coax OD: High-Flex • 26 AWG Stranded (7x34) .146 .0 32.012″ .6 1.090 2. pF/m MHz dB/ 100 Ft.B E L D E N .3 56.19 75 78% 17.4 13.2 26.42 2.7 Duofoil + 90% TC Braid Overall: Beldfoil 9.2Ω/km same as above same as above .8 107.102 1.2 15.6 1.7 8.

8 105. c o m .1 4.92 100% Sweep tested.88 (solid) Coax OD: .88 2.4 7.91 2. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 39.090 .8 25 AWG . Part of No.7 35.6Ω/km . 1 2 3 Color Red Green Blue Cond. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.5 304.3 17.4Ω/M′ 17.369 9.7 12.4 304. 1 2 3 Color Red Green Blue Cond.37 Coax OD: Cond.018″ TC 34.5 31.5 17.8 51.4 304.8 17.24 See page 6.6 21.9 12.320 8.0 4.7 same as above same as above .3 27.0 9. 5 MHz to 850 MHz.276 7. kg Nom.018″ Tinned Copper Conductors • Duobond ® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Interlocked Serve Shield (95% Coverage) FPFA Insulation • Inner PVC Jacket (Color Code: See chart below) • Overall Black PVC Jacket 300V RMS 60°C 1277R NEC: CMR CEC: CMG 3 500 † 1000 † 152.0 15. Vel.6Ω/M′ 28.2 3.074 .9 14.29 3.0 11. 1-800-BELDEN-1.0 17.0 52.2 12.114 .351 8.88 2.9 .388 9.2 35. 4 5 6 Color Yellow Black White Plenum • FPFA Insulation • Inner Fluorocopolymer Jacket (Color Code: See chart below) • Overall Gray PVC Jacket 300V RMS 60°C 1277P u 3 500 1000 152.4 44.9 55.9 10.01 75 81% 16.5Ω/M′ 136.0 27.4 304.6 34.2 152. CMR and CMP Rated Description UL NEC/ No.3 56.146 .9 16.71 Coax OD: same as above same as above .6 15.114 2.5 10.12 Coax OD: Cond.8 19.335 8.477 12.9 52.1 6.5 15.5 25 AWG (solid) . See page 6.9 1.34 for single coax versions.8 19.8 3. 1167B NEC: CM CEC: CM NEC: CM CEC: CM 4 1000 304.9 2.0 78.2 7.8 19.0 12.92 1.0 47.3 16.6 1.1 10.7 1. 4 5 6 Color Yellow Black White BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FPFA = Foam Perfluoroalkoxy • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a more Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.8 0 0 . 4 5 Color White Yellow 25 AWG Solid .92 Coax OD: same as above same as above same as above .9 31.90 Coax OD: same as above same as above same as above .304 7. pF/m MHz dB/ 100 Ft.0Ω/M′ 11.1 • w w w . Request quotations of cables not listed.90 1.0 8. †Spools are one piece.4 304.455 11.4 36.6Ω/km Duobond + 95% TC Braid 5.1 23. b e l d e n .0 55.111 1.074 1. 5 MHz to 850 MHz.019″ BC Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (93% Coverage) • Overall Polyester Tape Foam HDPE Insulation • Inner PVC Jacket (Color Code: See Chart Below) • Overall Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Styles 1354 and 2668 (30V 60°C) 1164B NEC: CM CEC: CM 3 500 1000 152.8 38. u 1279P 5 250 500 1000 500 1000 76.4Ω/km 17.5 60.8 27.71 BC 41.111 .5 80.5 1.8 44.2 102.91 2.2 152.8 31.019″ . Type Standard Lengths Ft.0 79.92 1.114 .4 1278P u NEC: CMP CEC: CMP NEC: CMP CEC: CMP NEC: CMP CEC: CMP 4 500 1000 152.9 54.7 24. pF/Ft.1 same as above same as above same as above .88 2.6 3. Color Code Chart 1279R u 5 Coax OD: 1280R u 6 500 † 1000 † 152.7 24.090 2. 100m 26 AWG Stranded (7x34) . .3 49.2 15.111 .0 14.3 32.90 TC 34.7 1 5 10 30 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .1 1 5 50 100 200 400 750 1000 .8 46.48 Bundled RGB Cable CM.71 2.2 15.5 26 AWG .56 Color Code Chart 1418B 5 500 1000 152.0 .2Ω/km .0 68.0 9.8 3.074 .1Ω/km Duofoil + 93% TC Braid 8.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.4 61.114 1.146 3.4 304. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nominal Nom.2 3.5 48.4 304.86 75 78% 17.074 .3 5.29 Coax OD: (7x34) .B E L D E N .8 31.5 1.1 3.403 10.74 Coax OD: Cond.7Ω/km .0 20.34 for single coax versions. 1 2 3 Color Red Green Blue Cond.1 44.0 49. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.8 119.0 87.90 1.92 Coax OD: Duobond + 95% TC Braid 5.0 34.72 100% Sweep tested.4 304.4 u 1278R u NEC: CMR CEC: CMG NEC: CMR CEC: CMG NEC: CMR CEC: CMG NEC: CMP CEC: CMP 4 250 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 76.3 same as above same as above same as above .4 13.51 Color Code Chart Coax OD: u 1280P 6 .0 40.4 304.8 55.423 10.090 .2 .111 1.29 3.0 9.4 304.2 13. m Standard Nominal Conductor Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Diameter Lbs.074 . Capacitance Attenuation Imp.074 .0 39.146 2.5 .7 22.13 75 80% 17.0 41.9 5.7Ω/km .91 2.074 .3 1.91 2.2 18.018″ .0Ω/M′ 111.8 25.8 21.8 5.074 . Nom. of dB/ (Ω) Prop. C(UL) CEC Cond.8 152.8 152. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 1 5 50 100 200 400 750 900 1000 3000 .

Patent 7.99 2.4Ω/M′ 17.342 Overall: Plenum • FPFA • Flamarrest® Jackets (Color Code: See chart below) • Center Spline • No Overall Jacket 1282S3 u NEC: CMP CEC: CMP 3 500 1000 152.99 2.B E L D E N .9 25.91 Duobond (100%) + TC Serve (95%) 5.6Ω/km 1.246 2.2 3.1 10.2 same as above same as above same as above .018″ TC 34.6Ω/km 1.0Ω/M′ 111. of dB/ (Ω) Prop.049.7 14.5 31.114 .114 . kg Nom.018″ TC Conductors • Duobond® (100% Coverage) + TC Interlocked Serve Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • PVC Jackets (Color Code: See chart below) • Center Spline • No Overall Jacket 1281S3 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG 3 500 † 1000 † 152.114 .0 7.2 15.7 20.246 2.8 18.8 16.1 • w w w . m Standard Nominal Conductor Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Diameter Lbs. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.88 same as above same as above same as above Single: 1 5 50 100 200 400 750 900 1000 3000 .8 51.114 .2 102.5 83.3 12.25 Overall: 1281S4 u NEC: CMR CEC: CMG NEC: CMR CEC: CMG NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 4 500 † 1000 † 152.4 304. b e l d e n . C(UL) CEC Cond.114 .074 1.90 6.8 152.7 22.4Ω/M′ 17.82 2.523 Overall: Single: u 1281S5 5* 250 † 500 † 1000 † 500 † 1000 † 76. Capacitance Attenuation Imp.82 2.9 16.8 0 0 .1 23.2 15.4 304.4 .0 31.1 4. 1-800-BELDEN-1.075 1.4 25. Part of No.0 8. †Spools are one piece.1 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . *Also available with all Black jackets.9 111.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.90 8.88 .1 6.0 33.4 304. Guaranteed Return Loss -20db max.308 Overall: Single: u 1281S6 6* .1 5. 100m Description Miniature • 25 AWG Solid .9 3.2 3.6 22.0 39.9 55.49 Bundled RGB Cable Banana Peel® Unjacketed Bundles Mini Hi-Res Component Video CMR and CMP Rated UL NEC/ No.308 Overall: Single: u 1282S6 6* .0 16.4 304.8 12.8 31.3 .4 304.0 9.0 8.114 .5 68.5 49.074 1. Type Standard Lengths Ft.0 15.5 34.25 Overall: 1 5 50 100 200 400 750 1000 2250 3000 .S.4 17.0 30.0 10. Request quotations of cables not listed.9 14.88 Duobond (100%) + TC Serve (95%) 5.88 .114 .0Ω/M′ 111.8 17.90 6.6 1.6 33.074 1.7Ω/km Single: u 75 80% 17.8 23.90 7.4 304.4 304.0 55.69 100% Sweep tested.0 11.8 25.4 44. U. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nominal Nom.275 2. Guaranteed Return Loss -20db max.018″ TC 34.0 49.8 3. Patent 7. pF/m MHz dB/ 100 Ft.0 33.52 1.0 32.4 304.0 15.049.3 47.7Ω/km Single: 75 81% 16. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .7 12.1 25 AWG . Color Code Chart: Cond.8 .342 Overall: DCR = DC Resistance • FPFA = Foam Perfluoroalkoxy • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a more Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.91 .5 80.075 (solid) .91 .1 7.S.5 55.0 67.0 28.2 152.2 13.90 6.075 1.2 17.90 8. Vel. Nom. pF/Ft.91 same as above same as above same as above Single: .90 6. 5 MHz to 850 MHz.8 55.2 152.0 7.5 44.2 30.075 1.0 same as above same as above same as above .50 1.4 15. 5 MHz to 850 MHz. 1 2 3 Color Red Green Blue Cond.523 Overall: Single: u 1282S5 5* 250 500 1000 500 1000 76. U.9 36.114 . 4 5 6 Color Yellow Black White F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .69 100% Sweep tested.7 1.8 .275 2.3 1282S4 u NEC: CMP CEC: CMP NEC: CMP CEC: CMP NEC: CMP CEC: CMP 4 500 1000 152.8 18.8 152.4 25 AWG .90 7.074 (solid) .

3 26.8 5.44 Coverage 7.3 16.4 2. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 152.0 29.6 11.5 16.5 15.0 4.1 7.7 2.8 5.3 26.8 17.50 High-Flex S-Video Cable Description UL NEC/ No.9 28. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.7 24.4 152. 30 AWG Stranded (7x38) .3 5.3 7.8 For Plenum version see 7700A.0 33.5 13.0Ω/M′ 328.4 304.100 2. m Standard Nominal Conductor Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Diameter Lbs.9 37.0 4.47 TC Serve .6 .013″ .9 7.107 2.9 37.6 11.35 TC . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .053 (7x38) . of dB/ (Ω) Prop.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.9 38.110 x 90% Shield Coverage .5 17.8 8.0Ω/km 1.7 24.9 23.6 1.1 3.5Ω/M′ 100. Nom.4 88.1 5.72 75 78% 17.8 304.8 304.7 1 5 10 30 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 5 10 30 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .9 12.2 28.84 75 78% 17.1 7.8 16. c o m .0Ω/km 1. C(UL) CEC Cond. Request quotations of cables not listed. Part of No.9 12.0 30 AWG .7 Coax OD: 90% Shield (7x38) .4 76.7 x “French Braid” x 98% Shield .6 7.6 6.1 3.0 3.3 93. 1 5 10 30 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .4 U-304.9 28.6Ω/km For Non-Plenum version see 1807A.6 24. Capacitance Attenuation Imp.012″ Tinned Copper Conductors • Tinned Copper “French Braid” Shield (98% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon® Insulation • Black Flamarrest® Jacket (One Coax Printed and Striped for Identification) Parallel Zip Construction 7700A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 2 500 1000 152.6Ω/km Available in Plenum versions 328.4 30 AWG . 1-800-BELDEN-1.5 6.8 2. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nominal Nom.5 31.1 55.012″ Tinned Copper Conductors • Tinned Copper Serve Shield (90% Coverage) Foam HDPE Insulation • Matte Black PVC Jacket (One Coax Printed and Striped for Identification) Parallel Zip Construction 1807A — 2 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.8 French Braid DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a more Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.0 7.4 76.3 4.8 6.8 2.3 56.4 2.255 .6 11. kg Nom.012″ TC 100.214 5.4 91.84 75 78% 17.4 88.1 55. Foam HDPE Insulation • Matte Black PVC Jacket (Inner PVC Jackets Color Code: Black and Yellow) Round Construction 1808A — 2 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.5 17.7 1.3 56.54 Coverage TC 7.1 15.7 57.058 1.3 16. Vel.0 14.5Ω/M′ 24.8 8.5 16.0 3.6 1.012″ TC 100.9 23.7 30 AWG .2 93.4 6. pF/Ft. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.79 x 5.9 97.058 (7x38) .6 14.0Ω/M′ 328.7 79.6 3.0 7.230 7.5 14.6Ω/km 2.5Ω/M′ 24.4 24.47 TC Serve .1 • w w w .8 0 0 . Type Standard Lengths Ft.B E L D E N . 100m 30 AWG Stranded (7x38) .6 6.3 56.6 2.0Ω/M′ 24. b e l d e n .4 U-304.0Ω/km by special order only. pF/m MHz dB/ 100 Ft.

c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .0 7.3 27.0Ω/M′ 45.0 1. Nom. 100% Sweep tested.0 7.2 4.8 68.315 80% Coverage Inner: 8.0 2.1 304.2Ω/km Suitable for Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire and for Outdoor Applications.3 26.6 7.0 53.031″ BC 14. All colors for field deployable use.4 .0 52. Yellow.8 17.0 6.6 57.0 30.7 51.032″ BC 10.4 23.1 8.1 8.3 6.0 4. pF/Ft.4 15.1 2.5 5. Purple or Black.51 Video Triax Cable RG-59/U Type Description Part No.68 (2) BC Braids .7 70.2 34.0 23.0 39.4 15.3 .8 2. Polyethylene Insulation between Braids) High-Flex 75°C 1857A — 500 1000 152.3 10.6 10 71.1 15.8 15.8 2.4 21.8 42. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.1 43. Request quotations of cables not listed.2Ω/km Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.031″ Bare Copper Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Belflex® Jacket (Red. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.032″ BC 10. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.8Ω/M′ 9. 100% Sweep tested.1 4.8Ω/km 3.145 (solid) .4 10.3 86.9 1.245 95% Coverage Inner: 6.4 20 AWG Solid .3 10. Suitable for Outdoor applications: Black for permanent installations.5 44.7 19.4 1.0 14.4 6.140 (solid) .2 10.6 .360 95% Coverage Inner: 9.8 39.0Ω/M′ 32.0 6.3 .3 2.1 3.9 7.0 2.8Ω/km 3.3 .9 9.8 15.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 . BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.6Ω/M′ 8.9 9.6 2.0 27. 5 MHz to 3 GHz. kg Nom. 1 3.9 9. 1 3.1 3.6 118.143 (19x34) .9 .4 2. Green.2 14.8 20 AWG .2 10.8 13.6 7.032″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket (FEP Insulation between Braids) 200°C 88232 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.2 34. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .14 75 79% 17.3 17.4 304.6 10 71.6 10 71.6 .00 75 83% 16. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.2 20 AWG Solid . 2.5 .8 2. Blue.145 (solid) .5Ω/km 1 3.6Ω/M′ 5.032″ BC 10.56 (2) BC Braids .1 22 AWG .00 75 83% 16.B E L D E N .2 Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket (PVC Insulation between Braids) 75°C 8232A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1000 304.5Ω/M′ 8.8 60.2 53.9 7.0Ω/M′ 32.4 304.2 4.0Ω/M′ 32.7 25.8Ω/M′ 9. b e l d e n .2 3.9 55.8 29.5Ω/M′ 8. Capacitance Imp.0 13.8 8.6 33.0 52.5 19.1 13.6 .5 13.5Ω/M′ 8.8 0 0 .315 80% Coverage Inner: 8.8Ω/km 3.0 2.8 5. 2.0 55.1 8.5Ω/km Outer: For Non-plenum version see 8232A. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.4 12.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .1 • w w w .6Ω/M′ 8.2Ω/km Outer: For Plenum version see 88232.2 14.3 609.6 10 71.0 4.2 53.5 5. 5 MHz to 850 MHz. 1-800-BELDEN-1.2 1.032″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (80% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket (Polyethylene Insulation between Braids) 80°C 8232 — 500 1000 2000 152.9 2.6 27.2 61.2Ω/km Outer: 1. m Lbs.4 31.0 3.7 1.8 5.68 (2) BC Braids . Suitable for Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire.6 20 AWG .2Ω/km Outer: For Plenum version see 88232.6 21.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 1 3.6 7.22 75 80% 16.0 23.9 30.3 27.7 19.5 13. 2.2 61.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .8 17.9Ω/km 3.4 23.7 7.1 2.9 2.8 13.3Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.2 3.6 18. 100% Sweep tested.0 3.3 25.7 20 AWG . 100m 22 AWG Stranded (19x34) .7 22.5 44. Vel.63 (2) BC Braids .1 4. of (Ω) Prop.0 27.

14 75 83% 16.8 83.6 27.3Ω/km 100% Sweep tested. Vel.8 66.9 1.9 7. Purple or Black). Green.8 39.7 19.1 • w w w .8 66.6Ω/M′ 5.145 (solid) . pF/Ft.5 13.0 2. Yellow. Suitable for Outdoor applications: Black for permanent installations. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.68 (2) BC Braids .0 2.3 28. m Lbs.8 15.1Ω/M′ 33.360 95% Coverage Inner: 9.6Ω/M′ 8. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.4 .7 20 AWG .4 304. 1 3.9 1.1 8.4 15.6 7.032″ Bare Copper Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Belflex® Jacket (Red. c o m .0 22.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 1 3. 100m 20 AWG Solid .2Ω/km Outer: 2.1Ω/km 3.2Ω/km Outer: 1. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.9 4.0 3.0 6.0 35.0 16.0 2.9 39.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 1 3.7 19.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. Nom.8 5.8 86.1 2.360 95% Coverage Inner: 9.4 20. Blue or Black). Hypalon is a DuPont trademark.032″ BC 10.9 8. Green.2 53.B E L D E N .8 5. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.5Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.9 2. Capacitance Imp.8 0 0 .0 2.1 20 AWG .9 6.2Ω/km Outer: 1.2 9.5 2.52 Video Triax Cable RG-59/U Type Description Part No.0 77.6 .6Ω/M′ 5.14 75 83% 16. Suitable for Indoor/Outdoor applications.1Ω/M′ 33.0Ω/M′ 33.6 .3 28.8 2.4 .6 10 71.360 95% Coverage Inner: 9.8 6.2 4.7 6.2 Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Belflex Jacket (Red.2 4.8 15.8 15.0 52. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.6 23.1Ω/km 3.1 8.68 (2) BC Braids .4 22.0 4. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.4 53.032″ BC 10.5Ω/M′ 8.68 (2) BC Braids .8 13.3 . of (Ω) Prop.7 22.1 2. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .6 10 71.4 22.2Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.3 .0 37. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.2 3.8 12.1 2.14 75 82% 16. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .032″ BC 10. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications and Aerial when supported by a Messenger wire.0 39.5Ω/M′ 8.6 7.5 13.3 .6 23. Yellow.3 53.4 53. PVC Insulation between Braids 75°C 1856B NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1000 304. 1-800-BELDEN-1.0 16.0 4.9 39.145 (solid) .9 1.0 6.8 12. kg Nom.6 .0 2.8 13.0 20 AWG .5 44. Blue.3 10.5Ω/M′ 8.2 9.8 2.145 (solid) .2 4. b e l d e n .5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 . Request quotations of cables not listed.2 34.4 20. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.9 9. Polyethylene Insulation between Braids 75°C 1856A — 1000 304. Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Paper Tape Separator • Black Hypalon® Jacket (Polyethylene Insulation between Braids) 80°C VW-1 9267 — 500 1000 152.1Ω/km 3.9 6.9 7. all colors for field deployable use.6 10 71.2 53.5 18.7 19.2 3.

1 3.6 10 71.1Ω/M′ 10.8 1.53 Video Triax Cable RG-11/U Type 75 Ohms Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.4 15.4 80. 100m Description Part No.9Ω/km Outer: 100% Sweep tested.8 0 0 .3Ω/km Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.4 21.3 1.285 (19x27) .8 2. 5 MHz to 850 MHz. Nom.9 4.6 3.6Ω/km Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications and Aerial when supported by a Messenger wire. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.2 304.520 90% Coverage Inner: 13.9 8.2 12.1 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .7 .312 (19x27) . Yellow. b e l d e n .8 150.8 15.5 5.4Ω/M′ 4. 1. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .7 18.3 .6 3. all colors for field deployable use.8 134.2Ω/km 7.9 5.92 (2) BC Braids .2Ω/km 7.9 5. Hypalon is a DuPont trademark.8 5.1Ω/M′ 10.6Ω/km Outer: 100% Sweep tested.6 4.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 .7 Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon® Insulation • Black Fluorocopolymer Jacket (Fluorocopolymer Insulation between Braids) 125°C 1859A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.2Ω/km 7.3 . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.2Ω/km 7. 1 3. Green.2 1.9 4.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 .0 1.064″ BC 3.9 8.20 75 78% 17.5 1.9 15 AWG . 1.0 1.3 56. 1.7 18.3 304.1 3.8 14.8 17.5 10.5 10.9 3.3Ω/km Outer: 100% Sweep tested.520 95% Coverage Inner: 13.6 .4 15.0 1. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.6Ω/M′ 5.3 . 1.8 1.064″ BC 3.7 18. Purple or Black) Polyethylene Insulation between Braids High-Flex 75°C 1858A — 500 1000 152.3 56.4 15.6 10 71.8 1.2 12.5 1.4Ω/M′ 4.064″ BC 3. m Lbs.6Ω/M′ 5. all colors for field deployable use.8 15.1 .6 4.5 10. 5 MHz to 850 MHz. Blue.6Ω/M′ 5.7 .7 .1 . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.9 4.0 65.9 8.5 1.7 .5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1 3.6 3.B E L D E N .24 (2) BC Braids .8 145.8 15.4Ω/M′ 4.2 1. 15 AWG Stranded (19x27) .3 6.8 2.8 2.8 304.7 4.1 .6 10 71.20 75 78% 17.7 18.7Ω/M′ 5.2 1.5 36.064″ BC 3.7 4.8 157.7 4.7 .406 95% Coverage Inner: 10.7 Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Paper Tape Separator • Black Hypalon® Jacket (Polyethylene Insulation between Braids) UL AWM Style 1641 (30V 75°C) VW-1 9232 — 500 1000 152.6Ω/km Suitable for Outdoor applications: Black for permanent installations. kg Nom.0 71.4 5. 15 AWG Stranded (19x27) .8 5. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.312 (19x27) . 5 MHz to 850 MHz.6 10 71. Vel.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.4 76.5 1.1 3.92 (2) BC Braids .30 75 80% 16.3Ω/km Outer: 100% Sweep tested. 5 MHz to 850 MHz.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1 3.3 .2 15 AWG .064″ Bare Copper Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Yellow PVC Jacket (Polyethylene Insulation between Braids) UL AWM Style 1641 (30V 75°C) VW-1 9192 NEC: CL2X 1000 304.5 30.1Ω/M′ 10.312 (19x27) .5 54. 1 3.8 5.9 15 AWG .8Ω/M′ 5.5 1. 1-800-BELDEN-1.3Ω/km Suitable for Outdoor applications: Black for permanent installations.6 3. pF/Ft. Capacitance Imp.0 68. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .3 56.6 3.8 15 AWG . Request quotations of cables not listed.5 1.20 75 78% 17.5 1.8 11. of (Ω) Prop.2 9.1 1.064″ Bare Copper Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Belflex® Jacket (Red.4 66.2 .6 6.0 60.9 5.520 90% Coverage Inner: 13.1Ω/M′ 10.0 3.1 • w w w .92 (2) BC Braids .2 12.7 1.6 3.5 19.

4 . b e l d e n .0 173.6 12.4 304.5 39.0 61.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 1 3. 5 MHz to 3 GHz. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.3 .8 1. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.3 31.475 95% Coverage Inner: 12. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.1 52.2Ω/km .5Ω/M′ 8. Flooding Compound on Outer Braid) Flooded 80°C 7803A — 500 1000 3000 152.8 0 0 .0 .1 52.1 17. Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket (PE Insulation between Braids.4 64.0 . m Lbs. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire.0 55.2Ω/km .5Ω/M′ 8.285 7.1 23.9 7.064″ BC 2.9 11.0 1.2 .0 1.3 31.3 2.2 4.8 1.1 23.3 5.9 7.6Ω/M′ 5.7 1.6 122.3 2.0 29.6Ω/M′ 5.1 52.54 Video Triax Cable RG-11/U Type Description Part No.2 .6Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.6 4.5 39.5 2.5 14 AWG (solid) .3Ω/km Outer: 1.7 266.9 11.3 31. Capacitance Imp.24 (2) BC Braids .2 7.6 10 71.24 (2) BC Braids .5 8.7 572.5 8.B E L D E N .6 12.1 14 AWG (solid) .3 2.1 • w w w .4 1. Request quotations of cables not listed.4 Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket (PVC Insulation between Braids) 75°C 8233A NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1000 304.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 1 3.8 914.6Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.1 17.475 95% Coverage Inner: 12. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.7 3.5 4. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 304.4 .475 95% Coverage Inner: 12. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .2 7.2 14 AWG (solid) .3 3.07 75 84% 16.6 10 71.5 4.1 17.1 9.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.1 1. 1 3.2 4.4Ω/M′ 4.1 1.064″ BC 2.6Ω/M′ 5.5 13.6 4000 † 1219. pF/Ft.4 1.6 12.3 .6 10 71.5 8.5 135 270 360 540 720 750 1000 1500 2250 3000 .5Ω/M′ 8.1 9.0 .285 7.6Ω/km 100% Sweep tested.0 120.3Ω/km Outer: 1.9 7. 100m 14 AWG Solid .9 381.8 1.6 4.2 7.8 14.1 1.285 7.7 1.3 5.1 9.3 3. Nom.064″ BC 2. c o m .8 609.7 3. of (Ω) Prop. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • PE = Polyethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.1 23.8 2000 609. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications and Aerial when supported by a Messenger wire.2Ω/km .4Ω/M′ 4.8 14.5 39.2 136.0 55.9 11.0 109.4 1.2 . Vel.5 2.4Ω/M′ 4.8 14.5 13.7 3. Suitable for Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire and for Outdoor applications. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.5 2.064″ Bare Copper Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket (Polyethylene Insulation between Braids) 80°C 8233 — 500 1000 2000 152.6 63.3 5.3 3. †Final put-up may vary ±10% from length shown.0 1.5 4.3 .7 1.6 4.24 (2) BC Braids .0 28.5 13.5 240.07 75 84% 16. kg Nom.2Ω/km Outer: 1.1 123.07 75 84% 16. 1-800-BELDEN-1.2 4.0 259. 5 MHz to 3 GHz.

8 1.96 3.4 77. DCR Inch mm (Ω) Prop.308 4.0 26 AWG . pF/m Signal MHz 100 Ft.129 .8 257.5 1000 304. 735A8 8 500 † 152.40mm) Silver-plated Copper Conductor(s) • Beldfoil® + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (93% Coverage) Foam HDPE Insulation • Overall Gray PVC Jacket (Multiple coaxes feature inner Gray PVC jackets w/printed nos. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables 735A1P NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1 500 152.0 1.129 1.0 23.16 2 1.82 22 AWG stranded (7x30) tinned copper PVC insulated tracer.8 13.9 5.14 100% Sweep tested.6 11.0 3.0 188.484 12.0 CEPT-1 1. *Lucent Technologies reference specification.0 20 10.8 187.5 26 AWG .96 3.6 735A1T NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG 1 w/T 500 152. Minimum Return Loss @ 55 MHz to 95 MHz = -35dB.4 20.B E L D E N .016″ SPC 41.28 1.0 7.76 Coax OD: 735A16 16 500 152.8 15.8 12.5 1000 304.203 3.7 . †Final put-ups may vary ±10% from length shown for spools or reels and ±5% for UnReel® cartons.28 1.077 .35 Coax OD: Non-plenum versions comply with Telcordia Specification GR-139-CORE.077 (solid) .1 same as above same as above same as above same as above same as above same as above . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 6.016″ (.4 6.472 44.0 1.8 25.2 2.96 3.129 1.9 1.0 CEPT-2 4.179 x .96 same as above .8 416.1 3.4 7.2 3.0 1000 † 304.85 735A6 6 500 152.0Ω/M′ 134.0 1000 304. Materials Stand.399 10.0 2.5 1000 304.7 58.8 95.077 .0 9.0 DS-4 137.8 4.5 8.5 57.7 5. Belden equivalent.28 x 6.5 14. 100m (Mb/s) 26 AWG Solid .870 22.96 PVC insulated tracer.4 STS-1 25.3 43. RL: 30 dB min.28 1.077 .5 1000 304.0 1000 † 304.5 .0 116. 73502T u 2 w/T 500 152. b e l d e n .8 44. feature zip cord design with printing on one leg.55 DS-3 and DS-4 Interconnect and Cross-connect Cable 735A* Series Description UL NEC/ No.129 . RL: 30dB min.55 Siamese versions bonded in parallel.4 1000 304.129 .077 . pF/Ft.4 27.0 1000 304.7 .0 3.258 3.077 (solid) .8 200 100.0 21.0 1000 † 304.077 .5Ω/km same as above .7 8.129 x .55 x 7.6 1.8 3.7 100 50.5 1000 304.28 75 76% 17.96 3.4 same as above .0 .96 3. DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • TC = Tinned Copper See chart on page 6.4 6.0 12.5Ω/km 1.2 10 5. Type Standard Lengths Ft.7 5.10 Coax OD: Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Flamarrest® Jacket 100% Sweep tested.4 11.96 Beldfoil .28 1. DCR Inch mm Nom.0 6. for circuit ID) 735A1 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1 500 152.8 133.4 14.129 . kg Nom.6 .8 0 0 .129 x .6 same as above .0Ω/M′ 134.077 .6 2. of Diameter dB/ dB/ Lbs.3Ω/M′ 17.96 same as above .29 Coax OD: 735A12 12 500 152. 5.129 3.28 Coax OD: same as above .016″ SPC 41.5Ω/km 26 AWG . Capacitance Nominal Attenuation Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Imp.1 400 200. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .129 3.0 43.8 52. Vel.309 7.0 6.8 12.581 14.28 1.4 21.96 same as above . Part of No.5 18.1 20.5 4. Suitable for Outdoor applications.4 126.077 1. at 15 MHz to 95 MHz.9 3. 735A9 9 500 † 152.1 (same as above) . C(UL) CEC Cond.3 56.2 2.8 14.6 STS-3 77.4 7.15 Coax OD: 735A24 24 1000 † 304.28 Coax OD: same as above same as above same as above same as above same as above same as above .28 x 5.58 for maximum transmission distances.017″ SPC 41.0 + 93% TC Braid For Plenum version see 735A1P.4Ω/km same as above .0 29.9 60.6 2.96 3.4 94.8 125.077 1.077 (solid) .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.96 3.2 7.0 85.0Ω/M′ 134.129 .7 58.6 2.4 47.0 .447 11.8 26. m Standard Conductor Nominal Nominal Shielding Nominal OD Nom.636 16.0 CEPT-3 17.9 89. at 15 MHz to 95 MHz.1 • w w w . 735A3 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 3 500 † 152.0 34.0 CEPT-4 69.4 64.2 DS-3 22.38 75 76% 17.077 . Nom.0 . 735A2 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 2 500 † 152.

0Ω/M′ 32. b e l d e n .4Ω/M′ 7.2 10 5. kg Nom.0 .0 7. Capacitance Nominal Attenuation Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Imp.5 1.0 75 .9 3. pF/Ft.0 .0 7.5 16.8 734A6 6 500 152. pF/m Signal MHz 100 Ft.81mm) Bare Copper Conductor(s) • Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Gas-injected FHDPE Insulation • Overall Gray PVC Jacket (Multiple coaxes feature inner Gray PVC jackets w/printed nos.148 (solid) .5 128.1 6.8 0 0 .026 26.3 56.6 5.5 8. Part of No.9 Non-plenum versions 89.235 3.97 .5 1000 304. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1 3. at DS-3 22.3 1.7 100 50.76 Beldfoil + 85% TC Braid 2. 200 100.148 .76 same as above . of Diameter dB/ dB/ Lbs.4 1000 304.3 1.9 2.0 80% 16.0 3.8 2.1 2 CEPT-1 1.3 1.9 9.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.148 .772 19.3 same as above .B E L D E N . STS-1 25.0 132. Materials Stand.3 1.4 16.0 .1 400 200. m Standard Conductor Nominal Nominal Shielding Nominal OD Nom.472 44.8 GR-139-CORE.8 551.8 55.8 36.5 same as above .0 comply with Telcordia Specification CEPT-4 69.4 282.0 250. Belden equivalent.235 5. RL: 30dB min.61 Coax OD: 734A12 12 500 152.9 20 AWG .0 6.6 STS-3 77.56 DS-3 and DS-4 Interconnect and Cross-connect Cable 734A* Series Description UL NEC/ No.8 16.46 75 80% 17.2 2.0 DS-4 137.0 100% Sweep tested. C(UL) CEC Cond.6 2. c o m .6 .76 5.6 11.1 • w w w .235 3.5 3.5 2.8 293.1 1000 304. Type Standard Lengths Ft. 100m (Mb/s) 20 AWG Solid .76 5.215 5.4 15 MHz to 95 MHz. *Lucent Technologies reference specification. DCR Inch mm Nom. Vel. Nom.9 1.6 1000 304.0 20 10.8 (same as above) 100% Sweep tested.97 Coax OD: same as above 1.9Ω/km same as above . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .97 1.7 6. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • FHDPE = Foam High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper See chart on page 6.6 1. at 15 MHz to 95 MHz.5 64.0 35.148 3.6 1.8Ω/km same as above . for circuit ID) 734A1 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1 500 152. CEPT-3 17.2 RL: 30dB min.6 2.2 3.0 CEPT-2 4.58 for maximum transmission distances.06 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Flamarrest® Jacket 734A1P NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1 500 152.4 142.032″ BC 10.032″ (. DCR Inch mm (Ω) Prop.3 15.

1 2 CEPT-1 1.0 CEPT-3 17.8 17.58 100% Sweep tested.76 .5 1.472 44.76 5.3 1.0 7.7 5.0 3.76 5.148 (solid) .8 555.97 x x .8 55. RL: 30dB min. DCR Inch mm Nom. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • FHDPE = Foam High-density Polyethylene • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • TC = Tinned Copper See chart on page 6.58 for maximum transmission distances.235 3.8 same as above .4 w/T 1000 † 304.0 7.235 5.9 89. C(UL) CEC Cond. at 15 MHz to 95 MHz. Materials Stand.4 STS-1 25. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .3 16.6 2.4 284.1 1000 † 304.0 33.235 x .2 DS-3 22.0 37.6 . 734D2T NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 2 500 † 152.4 1000 304.7 16.4 1000 304.76 Beldfoil + 85% TC Braid 2.148 3.7 3.4 1000 304. Belden equivalent. pF/Ft.148 3.4Ω/M′ 7. Part of No.5 129. m Standard Conductor Nominal Nominal Shielding Nominal OD Nom.32 Siamese versions bonded in parallel.148 3.2 10 5.2 3. 734D12 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 734D1P NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 12 500 152.0 .76 same as above . 1 500 152. 100m (Mb/s) 20 AWG Solid . b e l d e n .97 x 7.0 64. pF/m Signal MHz 100 Ft.61 Non-plenum versions comply with Telcordia Specification GR-139-CORE.3 same as above .6 2.3 1000 304.0 36. †Final put-ups may vary ±10% from length shown for spools or reels and ±5% for UnReel® cartons.0Ω/M′ 32.9Ω/km same as above .B E L D E N .4 w/T 1000 304.8 0 0 .1 3.148 .772 19.026 26.8 17.46 75 80% 17.1 6.3 1.1 • w w w .6 1.9 same as above .8 200 100.3 1.9 1.2 2.235 5.06 Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Flamarrest® Jacket 1 500 152.57 DS-3 and DS-4 Interconnect and Cross-connect Cable 734D* Series Description UL NEC/ No.8 16.032″ (. feature zip cord design with printing on one leg.8Ω/km same as above .309 5.5 3. Nom.81mm) Silver-plated Copper Conductor(s) • Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Gas-injected FHDPE Insulation • Overall Gray PVC Jacket (Multiple coaxes feature inner Gray PVC jackets w/printed nos.0 .85 734D2 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 2 500 152.8 35.148 .8 290. *Lucent Technologies reference specification.0 80% 16. Type Standard Lengths Ft.1 400 200.3 20 AWG .8 37.76 same as above .5 66. Siamese versions bonded in parallel.6 5. Vel.0 CEPT-2 4.0 CEPT-4 69. DCR Inch mm (Ω) Prop.7 (same as above) 100% Sweep tested.97 Coax OD: same as above 1.574 14.5 39. RL: 30dB min.0 16.485 12.97 Coax OD: same as above .148 3.7 100 50.0 7. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 20 10.4 141.6 11.0 DS-4 137.3 1. for circuit ID) 734D1 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 1 500 152.6 2.0 252.235 3. Capacitance Nominal Attenuation Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Imp. 734D6 NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 6 500 † 152.0 6.8 same as above .215 5. kg Nom.6 STS-3 77.5 73.0 . feature zip cord design with printing on one leg and PVC insulated tracer.1 same as above .97 x x .6 1.8 2. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .3 56.1 29.9 17.032″ SPC 10.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.0 17.76 same as above .8 734D1T NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 PVC insulated trace.5 8. at 15 MHz to 95 MHz. of Diameter dB/ dB/ Lbs.9 9.235 5.97 75 1.9 2.0 .0 131.

8 76. kg Nom.0m) DS-4Na (CEPT-4) (139. 100m (Mb/s) 20 AWG Solid .03 TC Double .4 4. (5.6Ω/km 1. (129.8 0 0 . DCR Inch mm (Ω) Prop. *Lucent Technologies reference specification.9 89.6 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .305 Braid 98% Shield Coverage 1. Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for quotes. (38.9m) 170 ft.9 1. (4.6 Non-plenum versions comply with STS-3 77.6 2.1m) 40 ft.9 3. (13.7 12. (42.520 Mb/s) Interconnect 120 ft. at 15 MHz to 95 MHz.3m) STS-3 (155. Suitable for Outdoor applications and Aerial when supported by a Messenger wire.75 75 .2 3. 100 50. (13m) — 25 ft. (125m) 380 ft.3m) 24 ft.1m) 250 ft.5m) 225 ft.0 .0 CEPT-2 4.7m) 22 ft.3 1. (137.8 2.264 Mb/s) Interconnect 125 ft. (68.1 3.031″ BC 9.6 1.1 • w w w .B E L D E N .8 Telcordia Specification GR-139-CORE.1 10. (36. (68.58 DS-3 and DS-4 Interconnect and Cross-connect Cable 728A* and 720A* Series Description UL NEC/ No. of Diameter dB/ dB/ Lbs.86 Mb/s) Interconnect 210 ft.0m) 24 ft. (115. C(UL) CEC Cond.0 68. (52m) 155 ft.4m) 43 ft. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1 400 200.2 2.6 1.2m) 435 ft.6 2.2 7. b e l d e n .7 34. (67.0 RL: 30dB min. Materials Stand. 735A Series and 7351AP 734A and 734D Series 734A1P and 734D1P 728A 720A Series DS-3 (44. (2.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.2 DS-3 22.4m) 17 ft.5m) X-Connect 8 ft. (7. (39.7 100% Sweep tested.7m) DS = Digital Signal • STS = Synchronous Transmission Signal • CEPT = European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations Please note: The signal loss budget for individual installations will affect the exact transmission distance.176 Mb/s) Interconnect 90 ft.031″ Bare Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper/Bare Copper Double Braid Shield (98% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Gray PVC Jacket Double Braid 60°C VW-1 9231 NEC: (728A*) CMH CEC: CMH FT1 1 500 152. (6.7 8. Capacitance Nominal Attenuation Unit Weight (stranding) Core OD Imp. 200 100. (70.0 20 10.1Ω/M′ 3.0 3.6m) 450 ft.736 Mb/s) Interconnect 225 ft.9 2.0m) 420 ft. (8m) — 13 ft.198 (solid) .8m) 230 ft.2m) 225 ft.6m) STS-1 (51. Type Standard Lengths Ft.1m) 43 ft.0 . (64.2m) 240 ft. (3. Part of No. (68m) 210 ft.2m) 100 ft.5 4.4m) 180 ft.0 6. (47.7m) X-Connect 13 ft.6m) 240 ft. Vel.0m) 130 ft.4 STS-1 25.2m) 17 ft. (132m) 425 ft.472 44.0 . (6. Maximum Transmission Distances for DS-3 and DS-4 Cable Data Rates: Belden Part No. (30.2 3.2 10 5. (6. (73. c o m . (27. (5m) — 9 ft.9Ω/M′ 32.1 Non-contaminating PVC jacket.3 1. (7. (4.0 66% 21.1m) X-Connect 20 ft. Nom. CEPT-4 69. (12.0 1000 304.0 17.4m) 22 ft.2m) 40 ft. pF/m Signal MHz 100 Ft.3 1. 1-800-BELDEN-1. 720A* Series Belden 720A Coaxial Cable Series is available by special request. m Standard Conductor Nominal Nominal Shielding Nominal OD Nom. (7m) — 14 ft.9 2 CEPT-1 1. (4.1m) 140 ft.5Ω/km 5. (7.6 . (54. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper See table below for maximum transmission distances. Belden equivalent. (73m) 220 ft. (76.5 20 AWG .4 39.0m) DS-4 (274.0m) 410 ft. (12m) — 23 ft.0 CEPT-3 17. (2. pF/Ft.6m) X-Connect 11 ft. DCR Inch mm Nom. (64.0 7.0 DS-4 137.6m) X-Connect 21 ft. (128.5 1.

3 104.79 50 66% 31.5 4. VSWR 1.8 5.5 AWG Solid .3Ω/M′ 30.2 137.6 29.0 59. kg Nom. 6 GHz.59 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable RG-174 Type Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.5 24.1 31.5 4.25:1 Belden® The Wire in Wireless.2 34. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.0 9. Capacitance Imp.8 0 0 .3 129.0 .5% 26.7 100% Sweep tested.0 .1 28.79 50 73. Nom. RG-174 Type • 25 AWG Solid .6 10.3 60. m Lbs.7 124.2Ω/M′ 10.0 12.4 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 3.5 10.4 50.2 35.3 94.5 10.7 31.2 193.4 37.4 39. pF/Ft.4 87.8 1.8 2.4 16.8 203.060 (solid) . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 49. length of any one piece is 25 ft.5 15. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables . Suitable for Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire.6 11.6 14. Mates with standard RG-174 connectors.2 26.020″ BC 27.2 86.3 96.5 31. b e l d e n .018″ BC 3.1 • w w w .3Ω/M′ 94.0 109.6 46.5Ω/km 1.5 152.2 164.5 152.52 Beldfoil + 93% TC Braid 9.7 33.6 198.5 199.2 22.5 AWG .1Ω/M′ 29.0 60. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.3 100% Sweep tested.8 171. Mates with standard RG-174 connectors. Max.2 102.2Ω/km 1.4 304.110 2. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.0 52.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.8 2.9 72.8 1.7 102.0 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 3. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 100m Description Part No.0 28.9 62.4 15.5Ω/km .0 20.8 5. of (Ω) Prop.020″ Bare Copper Conductor • Beldfoil + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (93% Coverage) Foam HDPE Insulation • Gray PVC Jacket RF100LL 80°C 7805R NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 100 † 500 1000 30.1 66.9Ω/km .110 2.4 304. 6 GHz.6 8.0 26. Vel.55 Beldfoil + 90% TC Braid 9.9 8.5 4.018″ Bare Copper Conductor • Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket RF100A 80°C 7805 — 100 † 500 1000 30.061 (solid) .B E L D E N .8 42.8 4. RG-174 Type • 24. VSWR 1. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. Min.3 116. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper † May contain more than one piece.5 25 AWG .25:1. Max.

1 52. b e l d e n .1 52. Mates with standard RG-58 connectors.5 67. Max.1 100% Sweep tested.belden.7 17.7 4.95 50 77% 24.5 67.0 6.116 (solid) .7 100% Sweep tested.037″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket RF195 80°C 7806A — 500 1000 152.8 31.9 16.8Ω/km .1 20.8 15.2Ω/M′ 13. www.1 14.2 12. for complete listing.3 60.3 26.2Ω/M′ 13. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.95 50 85% 23.7 85.0 10. Capacitance Imp. Max.3 72. VSWR 1.8 13.2 102.2 43. RG-58 Type • 19 AWG Solid .60 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable RG-58 Type Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.1 14.95 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 4.5 86.6 2. VSWR 1.110 (solid) .8 18.6 21.0 6.2 30.195 4.4 10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . 100m Description Part No.7 16.2 14.1 • w w w .3 60.2 4.044″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket RF200 80°C 7807A — 500 1000 152.2 45.5 6.195 4.2 49.5 77.1 27.6 2.0 5. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .* RG-58 Type • 17 AWG Solid . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.25:1.2 49. 6 GHz.1 23.4 32. VSWR 1.3 72.0 25.1 23.2 26.0 12.4 19 AWG . Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket RF200 80°C 7807R NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 152. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.com.8Ω/km .8 51.0 15. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.4 32.7 44. 6 GHz.0 100% Sweep tested.2 4.4 7.4 304.9Ω/km 2.9Ω/km 2. Mates with standard RG-58 connectors. Mates with standard Land Mobile Radio type connectors. Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket RF195 80°C 7806R NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 152.8 16.6Ω/M′ 24.1 20.195 4.3 4.037″ BC 7.7 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 2.037″ BC 7.6 2. c o m . 6 GHz.4 10. kg Nom.4 304.5 7.5 9.8 14.7 85.2 102.8 24.0 105.95 50 77% 24.3 17 AWG .3 33.B E L D E N .1 3.5 6.6 57.95 50 85% 23.1 100% Sweep tested.2 12.0 12.2 30.2Ω/M′ 13.5 86. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.1 39.1 39.4 304.0 13.7 16.5 9.6 2.1 3.0 12.8 31.6Ω/M′ 24. Max.8 13.0 15.5 27. of (Ω) Prop.3 79.3 79.2Ω/M′ 13.5 6.5 22.4 304.9Ω/km 2. VSWR 1.2 26. Vel.9 17 AWG .* Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.044″ BC 3.3 82.9Ω/km 2.0 12. m Lbs.8 0 0 . Max.0 10.5 6.3Ω/M′ 10.3 4. 6 GHz.0 105.3Ω/M′ 10.25:1.* Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.5 8.044″ BC 3.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.116 (solid) .8 18.5 22.1 7.0 1.95 Duofoil + 95% TC Braid 4.2 14.8 13.0 6.8Ω/km .2 45. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.1 5.5 77.1 7.8 15.5 8.7 17.6 57.0 13.6 21.3 33.79 Duofoil + 90% TC Braid 4.0 13.2 43.3 82.3 19 AWG . Nom.9 16.110 (solid) . Mates with standard Land Mobile Radio type connectors.8 51.25:1.8Ω/km .25:1.0 2.* BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Please consult Belden’s website. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.1 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 1.0 25. pF/Ft.4 7.7 44.7 4.79 Duofoil + 90% TC Braid 4.8 15.195 4.0 13.3 26.6 23.

9 30.1 10.1 5.1 16.2Ω/km 6.0 17.8 0 0 .6 2.5 43.7 19.8 1. Max.0 33. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .057″ BC 3.2 39.5 100% Sweep tested.25:1.150 (solid) .3 9.0 9.** Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.4 16.1 22. Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket RF240 80°C 7808R NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 152.0 9.1 22.0 33.10 50 86% 23.7 12.9 54.belden.7 12.1 10.0 17.9 54.0 13. Belden® The Wire in Wireless. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.0 65.8 3.2Ω/M′ 10.7 64.61 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable RG-8X Type Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.1 22.057″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond® II (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket RF240 80°C 7808A — 500 1000 152. Belden® The Wire in Wireless. Mates with standard RG-8X connectors.3 1.2 39. b e l d e n .4 4. Mates with standard RG-8X connectors.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.8 3.81 Duobond II* . 6 GHz.7 19. www.150 (solid) .9 7.5Ω/km 3.81 Duobond II* .3 9.9 7.5 100% Sweep tested.0 75.2Ω/M′ 10.9 30.8Ω/M′ 9.3 11.0 75.240 + 95% TC Braid 2.** Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Flooded Water-resistant Black Polyethylene Jacket RF240 80°C 7808WB — 500 1000 152. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Mates with standard RG-8X connectors.2 35.2 35.0 15 AWG .0 4.1 5.5 43.8 20.5 19.8 18.7 64.1 10.4 16.7 12.240 + 95% TC Braid 2.240 + 95% TC Braid 2.0 9.10 50 86% 23. kg Nom.6 2.3 11. VSWR 1.8 18.0 13. of (Ω) Prop.10 50 86% 23.B E L D E N .4 304.0 4. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.25:1.8 4. m Lbs.1 10. RG-8X Type • 15 AWG Solid . Max.0 9.0 65.7 15 AWG .2Ω/km 6.9 30.3 1.1 5.3 1.6 2.0 20.8 1. Max.0 39. 100m Description Part No.0 39.8 3.** Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.0 75.150 (solid) .5 19. for complete listing. VSWR 1.2Ω/M′ 10.7 19.1 16. 6 GHz.9 54. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.1 16.1 10.5Ω/km 3.1 10.5Ω/km 3. VSWR 1.0 100% Sweep tested.2Ω/km 6.4 304.7 15 AWG .1 44.3 9.5 19.4 4.25:1. Nom.4 304. Vel.0 8.5 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 1.9 7.057″ BC 3. Capacitance Imp. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables . pF/Ft.8Ω/M′ 9.81 Duobond II* . **Please consult Belden’s website.8Ω/M′ 9.4 16.com.0 13.5 43.4 4.0 8.0 65.057″ BC 3.0 39. 6 GHz.3 11.1 • w w w .2 35.0 33. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).7 64.

DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.5 15. c o m .300 + 95% TC Braid 2.5 15.9Ω/km .5 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 1.2 2.7 3.7 3.3 8.8 13.072″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond® II (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket RF300 80°C 7809A — 500 1000 152.1 8.25:1.0 75. m Lbs.072″ BC 2.0 26.4 44.7 10. VSWR 1.5 15.5 100% Sweep tested.4 304.8 0 0 .9 12. Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket RF300 80°C 7809R NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 152.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.62 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable Intermediate Type Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. pF/Ft.3 24. Mates with Land Mobile Radio type connectors.8 34. 100m Description Part No. VSWR 1.190 4.6 7. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.3 13 AWG (solid) .6 3. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.3 24.9 18.4Ω/M′ 7.4Ω/M′ 7.9 5.0 75.** Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Flooded Water-resistant Black Polyethylene Jacket RF300 80°C 7809WB — 500 1000 152.9 5.2 2.0 29. of (Ω) Prop.6 9. 6 GHz.1Ω/M′ 6.6 7.9 18. Nom.9 18.8Ω/km 7. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . for complete listing.1 8.B E L D E N .4 304.** Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.0 1.8 13.62 50 86% 23.4 4.8Ω/km 7.5 65. b e l d e n .1Ω/M′ 6. Max.300 + 95% TC Braid 2.0 75.2 7. **Please consult Belden’s website.2 7.8 52. www.4 304. Intermediate Type • 13 AWG Solid .3 8. Mates with Land Mobile Radio type connectors.0 1.9 35. Max.9Ω/km .1 • w w w .1Ω/M′ 6.190 4.8 30.5 28.** Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.3 2.83 Duobond II* . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 6 GHz.3 8.9 12. 6 GHz.9 35. Vel. Capacitance Imp.1 8.83 Duobond II* .9Ω/km .4 51.300 + 95% TC Braid 2. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.3 2.3 24.6 3.8 52.7 3.8 16.2 31. VSWR 1.25:1.072″ BC 2.3 8.0 26. Max.8 52.8 30.0 26.9 35.5 13.8 16.5 100% Sweep tested.4 44.5 28.3 13 AWG (solid) .4 4.9 5.25:1.8 16. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.0 3.7 10.6 9.8 13. kg Nom.9 58. Mates with Land Mobile Radio type connectors.0 1.7 10.0 1.0 1.3 2.6 100% Sweep tested.190 4.5 13 AWG (solid) .4 44. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.5 13.2 2.4 51.4Ω/M′ 7.4 4.2 7.2 31.62 50 86% 23.4 51.9 12.83 Duobond II* .0 26.9 58.com.62 50 86% 23.2 31. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).3 8.belden.8Ω/km 7.3 8.0 15.5 28.6 7.0 26.6 9.072″ BC 2.

108″ BCCA 1.4 31.6 6.1 2. Max.108″ Bare Copper-covered Aluminum Conductor • Duobond® II (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket RF400 80°C 7810A — 500 1000 152.6 18.8 39.7 .23 50 86% 23.5 11.8 2.5 1.7 3.8 2.9 1.8 4.0 8. VSWR 1.1 36.** Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.5 17.8 47. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .25:1.8 0 0 .1 5. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.0 75.4 31.1 11.4Ω/km .0 24. RG-8 Type • 10 AWG Solid .9 6. Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket RF400 80°C 7810R* NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 152.34Ω/M′ 4.2Ω/km 10. VSWR 1.0 6.3 86.5 19.1 2.4 37.0 8.com.0 75.1 36. m Lbs.** Suitable for Outdoor applications.4 2.0 21.2Ω/km 10. www.7 .3 2. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.4Ω/km . Mates with 9913 and Land Mobile Radio type connectors.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.403 + 95% TC Braid 2.5 11.6 22.5 9. 6 GHz. of (Ω) Prop.25:1.0 6.6 22. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .4 2.5 1.8 4.0 24.3 10 AWG (solid) .285 7.24 Duobond II* .1 11.9 80.7 3.403 + 95% TC Braid 2.4 304.25:1.3 100% Sweep tested.8 5.0 8.108″ BCCA 1.1 11. for complete listing.7 7. Capacitance Imp.24 Duobond II* .6 16.4 304. Max.** Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.8 12.8 42.8 12. b e l d e n .4 31. 6 GHz.belden. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.0 36.7 7.B E L D E N .5 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 .108″ BCCA 1. kg Nom.1 36.5 9.5 11.0 75.0Ω/M′ 9.23 50 86% 23.34Ω/M′ 4.6 18.4 304.63 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable RG-8 Type Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.0Ω/M′ 9.6 18. pF/Ft.7 .5 100% Sweep tested.0 24. VSWR 1.9 6.285 7. 6 GHz.0Ω/M′ 9. Mates with 9913 and Land Mobile Radio type connectors.2Ω/km 10.5 1.9 6.8 5. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.1 5.5 9.3 79. **Please consult Belden’s website. Vel.23 50 86% 23.9 1. Mates with 9913 and Land Mobile Radio type connectors.4 37.5 19.6 22.6 16.285 7.1 5. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Belden® The Wire in Wireless.0 6. BCCA = Bare Copper-covered Aluminum • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).9 1.7 7. Nom.8 4.6 6. Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Flooded Water-resistant Black Polyethylene Jacket RF400 80°C 7810WB — 500 1000 152.1 • w w w .0 10 AWG (solid) .8 5.403 + 95% TC Braid 2.8 10 AWG (solid) .7 3.5 19.4 37.8 12. Max.0 35.6 6.4Ω/km .1 2.4 .34Ω/M′ 4.5 19.8 2.6 16.3 100% Sweep tested.5 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 4500 5800 6000 .0 39. 100m Description Part No.24 Duobond II* .

4 16.5 2.1 82.3 6. kg Nom.4 16.2 4.7 22.0 59.9 4.7Ω/km . Suitable for Outdoor applications and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire. pF/Ft.142″ BCCA .9 7. Vel.7 20.4 18.7 22.8 56.4 304. BCCA = Bare Copper-covered Aluminum • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).2 4.6 26. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.5 2.8 15.4 100% Sweep tested.7 5. 7 AWG Solid .0 5.370 9.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.8 56.3Ω/km 12.5 31.8 15.2 30.0 5.4 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 3500 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 3500 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 3500 4500 5800 6000 .64 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable Series RF500 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.2 4.3 9.2 30.5 1.6Ω/M′ 5.7 20.B E L D E N .370 9.0 49.8Ω/M′ 2.1 • w w w .9 4.40 Duobond II* .6 .142″ Bare Copper-covered Aluminum Conductor • Duobond ® II (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket 80°C 7976A — 500 1000 152.5 30.2 3.4 108. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.3 9.2 1.5 2.8 15.70 50 84% 25.2 3.9 7.7Ω/km .40 Duobond II* .3Ω/km 12.9 7 AWG (solid) .6 131.7 5.2 30.5 7 AWG (solid) .7 6.4 3.4 3.370 9.5 31. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.8Ω/M′ 2.7Ω/km .0 9.8 2.3 6.2 4.0 9.4 16.2 4.142″ BCCA . DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.0 7 AWG (solid) .5 13.5 13.3Ω/km 12.5 31. Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 7976R u NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 152.0 9.7 1.1 82. Capacitance Imp.2 1. m Lbs.40 Duobond II* .2 10.8 67.7 20. b e l d e n .3 9.7 22.7 1.2 1.2 10.500 + 90% TC Braid 1.2 4.9 8.3 6.4 18.6 26. Foam HDPE Insulation • Flooded Water-resistant Black Polyethylene Jacket 80°C 7976WB u — 500 1000 152. Nom. of (Ω) Prop.5 .6 .70 50 84% 25.6 26.142″ BCCA . Belden® The Wire in Wireless.4 3.2 3. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . c o m .4 304.7 1.5 25.4 304.7 6.6 .2 1.5 13.8Ω/M′ 2. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.500 + 90% TC Braid 1.0 5.9 7.6Ω/M′ 5.9 4.8 2.4 18.7 6. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .9 8.2 1.2 10.500 + 90% TC Braid 1.8 2.9 8.5 .2 u 100% Sweep tested.0 49. 100m Description Part No.1 82.70 50 84% 25.6Ω/M′ 5. Suitable for Outdoor applications and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire.7 5.7 109.4 100% Sweep tested.8 0 0 .0 25.

3 11.8 .7Ω/km .5 .8 73.8Ω/M′ 5.5 AWG (solid) .5 2.0 16.99 50 85% 24.4 145.1 5.6 1. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.6 6.4 1.8 25.455 11.0 3. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .4 7. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.1 • w w w .4 3.99 50 84% 24.6 5.6 18.8Ω/M′ 5.6 18.455 11. Nom.6 8.0 1. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.7 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 3500 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 3500 4500 5800 6000 30 50 150 220 450 900 1500 1800 2000 2500 3000 3500 4500 5800 6000 .2 12.1 24. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.6 6. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .4 13.4 13.2 12.7Ω/km .2 3.4 7.8 1.2 15.0 3.2 21.1 24. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.5 AWG (solid) .0 4.5Ω/M′ 1. m Lbs.0 78.455 11.6 7.7 100% Sweep tested.6 80.5 .8 74.4 7.4 u 100% Sweep tested.2 15.5Ω/M′ 1.6 80. Suitable for Outdoor applications and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire.5 AWG Solid . Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire.6 8.5 33. pF/Ft.2 3.0 4.2 21.590 + 85% TC Braid 1.2 1.8 89.5 2.7 100% Sweep tested.5 5. b e l d e n .8 4.5 3.99 50 85% 24.3 5. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .6 80. 100m Description Part No.65 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Cable Series RF600 Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.1 5.8 .4 1.6 18.3 11.56 Duobond II* .0 65.9Ω/km 14.56 Duobond II* .6 7.6 1.0 1.6 5.0 16. Belden® The Wire in Wireless.0 3.2 12.4 304.1 5.56 Duobond II* .7 2.2 15. kg Nom.8 5.5 2.4 3.590 + 85% TC Braid 1.5 3. 5.4 13.8 25.4 304.2 21.590 + 85% TC Braid 1.1 24.9Ω/km 14.6 1.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. Suitable for Outdoor applications and Aerial applications when supported by a Messenger wire. Foam HDPE Insulation • Flooded Water-resistant Black Polyethylene Jacket 80°C 7977WB u — 500 1000 152.2 1.6 173. BCCA = Bare Copper-covered Aluminum • DCR = DC Resistance • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).176″ BCCA .0 66.6 7.176″ BCCA . Vel.2 3. Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 7977R u NEC: CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 152.4 304.7 2.7Ω/km .2 1.0 4. Capacitance Imp.5 3.8 4.5Ω/M′ 1.5 .4 3.8Ω/M′ 5.B E L D E N . of (Ω) Prop.7 2.176″ Bare Copper-covered Aluminum Conductor • Duobond ® II (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Foam HDPE Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket 80°C 7977A — 500 1000 152.0 16.3 11.9 5.0 33.9Ω/km 14.6 146.5 AWG (solid) .6 8.9 5.8 0 0 .8 4.6 5.5 40.0 1.8 25.176″ BCCA .6 6.9 5.

35 1.05 1.8 0 0 .15 RG Cable Replacement Guide Part Number Belden Typical VSWR 7805 7805R 7806A 7807A 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 Size RF100A RF100LL RF195 RF200 RF240 RF300 RF400 Replacing RG-174/U RG-174/U RG-58/U RG-58/U RG-8X RG-8X RG-8U 1.45 1.0 GHz) Phase Attribute ppm/ºC Temperature (-40°C to +85°C) 1: Per IEC 60966-1 clause 8.) 10.8 2: Per IEC 60966-1 clause 8.1 ±9 NA Bending & Flexing (25 cycles)2 VSWR Belden Maximum VSWR 1. The higher the VSWR the poorer the transmission characteristics of the cable.6 1 Degree/GHz/m ±0. b e l d e n . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .45 GHz to 6.25 1.1 • w w w .50 1.66 Low Loss 50 Ohm Wireless RF Transmission Coax Electrical Characteristics Attenuation 100.30 Phase Stability Typical Range (0.6 ±1.0 RF100 PE RF100 PVC RF195 RF200 RF240 RF300 RF400 10000 Power Rating 1000 Attenuation (dB/100 Ft. c o m .B E L D E N .10 1.0 10 RF100 PVC RF100 PE .C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.40 1.00 7808A 7809A 7810A Frequency (MHz) Voltage Standing Wave Ratio is a measurement of the reflected power in a cable or instrument. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .20 1.1 1 10 100 100 10000 1 10 100 1000 10000 Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz) Guaranteed VSWR 1.0 Watts 100 RF400 RF300 RF240 RF200 RF195 1.

1 2.9 1.8 2.6 95.4 11. length of any one piece is 25 ft.8 304.0 .2Ω/M′ 299.0 21.033″ BC 10.0Ω/M′ 318.8 1.098 96% Shield Coverage 8.B E L D E N .6 31.7 27. pF/Ft.058 (7x34) .6 BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • SCCCS = Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • TC = Tinned Copper • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.019″ BCCS 97.4 U-304. †† May contain more than one piece.5 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 . Length may vary ±10% from length shown. www.0 11.0Ω/M′ 33.4 304. kg Nom.6 9.1Ω/km 2.8 13.116 (solid) .1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1.2 39.6Ω/km 2.8 101.033″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (78% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 80°C 9201 — U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.com.5 66% 28.1 12.5 2.9 8.4 U-304.2 25.47 SPC Braid .0Ω/M′ 24.5% 29.033″ BC 9.1 MIL-C-17D RG-58/U Type • 20 AWG Solid .7Ω/M′ 35. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 2.8 101.9 5.5 18.4 42.8 10.0 6. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.0 62.5 4.2Ω/km 1.3 12.5 41. Nom.8 0 0 .193 + 55% TC Braid 8.1 3.4 57.0 19.7 13.0Ω/km 4. of (Ω) Prop.7 25.8 89. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.5 152. **See Belden’s website.5 26 AWG .114 (solid) .4 152.6 12.5 20 AWG .4 27.4 23.3 4. m Lbs.4 2.8 19.060 (7x34) .6 8.0 8.4 20 AWG .6 8.110 90% Shield Coverage 10.2Ω/km 1.0 10.020″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • SPC Braid Shield (96% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • White TFE Tape Jacket 200°C VW-1 83269 — 100 † 500 † 1000 † 30.1 5.4Ω/M′ 28.5Ω/M′ 18.1 • w w w .019″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 75°C) 8216 — 100 500 1000 †† 30.4Ω/km 4. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . b e l d e n .4 27. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.3 1.5 17.6 38.90 Duobond II* . 1-800-BELDEN-1. min.95 BC Braid .49 50 69.9 47. Vel.79 50 66% 30.8 13. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.5 4. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.193 78% Shield Coverage 5.0 10. length of any one piece is 100 ft.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.8 5. 100m RG-174/U Type • 26 AWG Stranded (7x34) .0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .0 88.5 93. *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).90 50 66% 30.52 TC Braid .9 18.7 14.9 2.6 8.0 5.4 27. for connector information.5 12.1 26 AWG .67 50 Ohm Transmission and Computer Cable RG-188A/U.6 RG-58/U Type • 20 AWG Solid .5 RG-188A/U Type • 26 AWG Stranded (7x34) .7 5.9 36.8 304.4 7.4 304.0 .5 23.90 51.3 27.5Ω/M′ 27.0 3.5 152.8 5.0 95.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1.2 12.1Ω/km 2.033″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond® II + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (55% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 9310** — 500 U-1000 1000 152. min.2 3.0 17.0 101.5 1.0 9.4 77.9 11.0 111.8 3.3 10. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.5 5. RG-174/U and RG-58/U Type Description Part No. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .0 45.5 3.8 22.5 1. † May contain more than one piece.8 5.9 6.3 29. Capacitance Imp.7 34.4 44.2 12.020″ SCCCS 91.9 11.9Ω/km 2.belden.0 9.

95 TC Braid .4 9.2 14.9Ω/km 2.5 73% 26.8 12.1Ω/M′ 13.0 12.3 10.7 58.5 95% Shield Coverage 4.4 1.035″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 75°C 8259 — 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30. b e l d e n .5 6.3 1.8 CEC: 1000 † CMP FT6 13.0 4.0 11.4Ω/km see 88240 or 82240.5 1.1 4.8 1000 304.0 6.1 22.3 1.6 13.8Ω/M′ 35.7 16.5 2.4 86.5 1.032″ BC 10.5 66% 28.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.9 9.8 14.7 13.6 54.8 56.8 13.90 51.037″ TC 8.3 26.4 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .9 4. 13.8 101.192 95% Shield Coverage 4.4 U-304.7 45. Vel.04 53.0 10.8 20 AWG .0 5. Capacitance Imp. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.5 .7Ω/M′ 22. Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .6 14.7Ω/M′ 22.2 4.8 304.0 52.1 12.032″ BC 10.7 13.5 15.6 3.0 10.5 U-152.8Ω/M′ 28. RG-58A/U Type • 20 AWG Stranded (19x32) .1 18. for connector information.1 17.114 (19x32) .2 21.4 17.4 4.72 TC Braid . **Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resource and United States Mine Safety and Health Administration certification.7 13.9 20 AWG .1 1.belden.2 74. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.90 TC Braid .5 1.107 (solid) .033″ BC 10.0 11.0 9.5 U-152.9 40.5Ω/km 2.1 2.8 304.035″ TC 10.2 21.9 20 AWG .6 40.8 14.8Ω/km 4.1 3.2 14.8 24.0 10.5 3.8 304.5 20 AWG .3 26.1 13. m Lbs.5 3.8 5. Plenum • FEP Teflon® Insulation • Black FEP Teflon Jacket 200°C 88240 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 † 1000 † 152.3 6.0 6.93 53.0 47.4 152.193 4.8 56.8 Suitable for Aerial (when supported by a messenger) and Outdoor applications.6 18.8 46.4 86.2 3. †Spools and/or UnReel® cartons are one piece. c o m . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .9 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .4 U-304.4 13.5 6.2 16.5 69.7 45.2 12.3 3.4 27.7 8.7 26.6 10.2Ω/M′ 33.4 8.4 11.5 6. 1-800-BELDEN-1.6 Plenum • FEP Teflon Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket 75°C 82240 NEC: U-500 † U-152.1Ω/M′ 13.5% 26. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.90 52 75% 26. and U-1000 ft.1 13.4Ω/km 2.1 • w w w .0 5.4 24.6 1.4 304.4 500 ▲ 152.6 BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • TC = Tinned Copper *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).0 11.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .1 25.04 53. 93.0Ω/km 4. kg Nom.9 9.5 13.90 Duobond II* . DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.8 21.88 50 66% 30.0 4.2 3.1 26.7 14. of (Ω) Prop.7 32.194 96% Shield Coverage 4.6 3.5 1.3 26. 100m RG-58A/U Type • 20 AWG Stranded (19x32) .6 8.5 18.7 16. Nom.8 3.9 9. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.72 TC Braid .5% 26.4 44.6 Suitable for Aerial (when supported by a messenger) and Outdoor applications.0 11.5 59.1 17.8 304.159 95% Shield Coverage 6.1 69.0 31.8 20 AWG .4Ω/km 4. RG-58A/U Type • 20 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) VW-1 8240 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 100 U-500 500 U-1000 1000 30.159 95% Shield Coverage 6.B E L D E N .1 17.8Ω/M′ 28.0 11.0 31.5Ω/km 2.107 (solid) .0 12.com.3 6. Black jacket suitable for Aerial (when supported by a messenger) and Outdoor applications.0Ω/km 4.4 U-304.037″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (96% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black or White PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 8219 NEC: CM CEC: CM U-500 U-152.6 8.4 9.8 3.3 . put-ups available in Black only.9 12.5 21.8 RG-58A/U Type • 20 AWG Stranded (19x33) . www. See Belden’s website.9 27.8 10.037″ TC 8.1Ω/M′ For Plenum versions of 8240.4 P-MSHA • SC-182/5** ▲ 500 ft.6 51. Request quotation of RG/U cables not listed.6 1.7 27.0Ω/M′ 55.193 + 55% TC Braid 17.5 86.0 27.6 4.8 23.9 47.8 1.6 38.116 (solid) .116 (19x33) .5 69.0 52.6 1.9Ω/km 2.8Ω/km 2.0 5.5 6.0 85. pF/Ft.4 CMP U-1000 † U-304.5 4.4 152.7 21.0 14.4Ω/km 4.5 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .7 5.8 20 AWG . Teflon is a DuPont trademark.8 1.5 6.0Ω/M′ 32.68 50 Ohm Transmission and Computer Cable RG-58A/U Type Description Part No.5 12.2Ω/M′ 33.037″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Duobond ® II* + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (55% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 9311** NEC: CM CEC: CM 500 U-1000 1000 152.95 TC Braid .4 U-1000 ▲ U-304.8 0 0 .114 (19x32) .

3 304.8 114.7 2.0 21.3 304.3 6.5 8.3 6. kg Nom.2 16 AWG .9 5.0 52.2Ω/M′ 3.2 13.5 7.5 .285 7.9 6.3Ω/M′ 14.0 26.24 50 78% 26 85.1 10.8 0 0 .6 1.0 3. 1-800-BELDEN-1.8 4.6 9.3 13 AWG (7x21) .2 152.8 4.058″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected FPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 9258 NEC: CM CEC: CM U-500 U-152.5 13.B E L D E N .405 97% Shield Coverage 1. Capacitance Imp.3Ω/M′ 10.5 6.4 U-1000 U-304.5 14.6 24.058″ BC 4.1 18.9Ω/km 10.8 18. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FPE = Foam Polyethylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .285 7.6 24.155 (19x29) .8 ▲ 304.108″ BC 1. Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 9251 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 500 1000 152.9Ω/km 10.9 2.9 6.29 52 66% 28.4 22.2 6.5 93.6 3.4 23.2Ω/km .0 55.108″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 8214 NEC: CM CEC: CM 100 500 1000 30.24 BC Braid .403 97% Shield Coverage 1.7 3.8 19.2 13.4 61.285 7.4 500 152.29 52 66% 28.7 304.8 75.15 50 82% 24.7 ▲ 1000 ft.24 BC Braid .3 1.9 7.0 18.6 8.2Ω/M′ 3. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.8 1000 20.8 4.9Ω/M′ 6.405 97% Shield Coverage 1.8 4.9 7.69 50 Ohm Transmission and Computer Cable RG-8X and RG-8/U Type Description Part No.242 95% Shield Coverage 3.1 • w w w .2 1.085″ BC 1.3 23.2 .6 6. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.2Ω/km .9 10.5 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Nom.0 27. Vel.7 40. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.9 35.4 58.0 11 AWG (7x19) .2 14.5 152.2 5.0 26. m Lbs.5 93.5 Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications.8 121.24 BC Braid .5 1.2 .1 JAN-C-17A Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications.0 17.6Ω/km 10. Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications.1 .2Ω/M′ 3. RG-8/U Type • 13 AWG Stranded (7x21) .8 115.0 9.8Ω/km 6. put-up also available in White.6 1.2 .8 19.4 21.0 70.4 23.8 21.4 58.5 1. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .5 12.1Ω/km 3. b e l d e n .9Ω/km .2 .94 BC Braid .7 29.1 .5 MIL-C-17D RG-8/U Type • 11 AWG Stranded (7x19) .4 39. of (Ω) Prop.5 1.6 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .2 9.085″ BC 1. pF/Ft.1 4.0 6.7 13 AWG (7x21) .2 9.9 5.1 36.3 76.0 51.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 .9 2.2 1.3 76.2 5.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.4 22.9Ω/M′ 6.3 1.3 .1Ω/M′ 3.1 3.085″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 75°C 8237 NEC: CMH CEC: CMH FT1 100 500 1000 30. 100m RG-8X Type • 16 AWG Stranded (19x29) . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.5 1.9 2.7 11.6 6. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.

2 152.108″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond II + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Matte Black Belflex® Jacket Low Loss High-Flex 80°C 9913F7 — 100 250 500 1000 30.5 24.9Ω/km 9.0 1. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • HDPE = High-density Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.6 3.0 8.108″ BC .4 304.8Ω/M′ 5.8 53.0 1. RG-8/U Type • 10 AWG Solid .5 1.0 12.5 23. Nom. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.9 1. b e l d e n .405 10.0 6.8 12.8 2.3 3.7 5. Plenum • Semi-solid FEP Insulation • Black Fluorocopolymer Jacket 150°C 89913 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 † 1000 † 152.7 5.4 57.4 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 .7 22.3 5.0 51.5 14.3 2.8Ω/M′ 5.6 3.285 7.2 10 AWG (7x19) .2 7. 100m RG-8/U Type • 10 AWG Solid .1 3.108″ BC .4 114.6 4.285 7.0 28.2 10 AWG (solid) .0 4.4 304.4 16.108″ BC 1.5 5.5 11.9Ω/km .70 50 Ohm Transmission and Computer Cable RG-8/U Type Description Part No. *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).4 9.6 52.4 .9Ω/M′ 3.6 9.8 Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications.8 13.5 14.8 12.0 25.6 55.7 27. c o m . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1 • w w w .4 .1 1.5 14.4 304.11 Duofoil + 90% TC Braid 1.0 52.1Ω/M′ 3.25 50 83% 25.1Ω/M′ 3. pF/Ft.6 4.5 5. 5.6 + 90% TC Braid 1.1 .5 1.1 1.0 47.3 4.1 16. RG-8/U Type • 10 AWG Solid .280 7.0Ω/km .8Ω/M′ For Plenum version of 9913.7 3.6 4.5 2.355 9.8 13.6 6.4 32. m Lbs. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.3 .7 10 AWG (solid) .1 4.6 4.2 6. 1-800-BELDEN-1.1 .8 14.8 63.3 Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications.9Ω/km 10.0 1. Capacitance Imp.1 15.4 304.405 + 95% TC Braid 1.7 Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications.9Ω/M′ 3.8 14.0 4.5 76.3 105.4 1.9 6.5 76.108″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Black Fluorocopolymer Jacket Low Loss 125°C 7733A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.8 2.0 1.5 Suitable for Outdoor and Aerial applications.0 1.0 3.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.8Ω/M′ 3.286 7.8 18.0 82.6 2.24 50 82% 24.4 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 .4 304. †Spools are one piece. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .3 1.9 14.0 25.103″ BC 1. Request quotations of RG/U cables not listed.29 52 85% 22.108″ BC .0 6.3 4.8 56.4 1.9Ω/km see 89913.2 4.3 1.9 10.6 10 AWG (solid) .24 Duobond II* . 80.0 47.24 Duobond II* .4 31.108″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond® II + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Semi-solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket Low Loss 80°C 9913 — 100 250 500 1000 30.6 1.8 104.5 11.0Ω/km .5 .1 4.4 5.4 1.403 + 95% TC Braid 1.3 3. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.5 80.6 128.6 6.01 50 84% 24.0 RG-8/U Type • 10 AWG Stranded (7x19) .9 17.2 79.7 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 .1 1.29 50 84% 24. of (Ω) Prop.49 Duobond II* .3 1.0Ω/km .9Ω/km .9 6.26 Duobond II* .4 1.7 3.8 81. Vel. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.4 9.8 0 0 .5 11.7 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 .4 39.4 46.8 13.3 3.7 10 AWG (solid) .7 19.7Ω/km .2 152.B E L D E N .0 8.4 19.295 7. kg Nom.1 .9Ω/M′ 3.8Ω/M′ 5.1 .9 116.0 3.4 31.364 + 90% TC Braid 1.6Ω/km 10.103″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond II + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Gas-injected Foam HDPE Insulation • Black PVC Jacket Low Loss UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) 9914 NEC: CMG CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 152.5 2. but length may vary ±10% from length shown.0 58.

0 . b e l d e n .0 1000 Watts 9913F7.0 10000 Power Rating Attenuation (dB/100 Ft. 9914 100 9913 1.8 0 0 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .) 10. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .71 50 Ohm Transmission Cable Electrical Characteristics of 9913.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6. 9914 9913 9913F7.1 1 10 100 1000 10000 10 1 10 100 1000 10000 Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . 9913F7 and 9914 Attenuation 100.B E L D E N .1 • w w w .

7 18000 113.2 .8 181.2 135.9 180.001.085 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 10.5 220.292.72 Conformable Coax Cable 50 Ohm Microwave Cables Description Part No.6 3000 41.8 20000 120. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . †250 ft.0 370.8 352.6 429.5Ω/km 3.047 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 8.9 180..0 49. c o m .0 .6 3000 41.3 176.8 292.4 1000 † 304.6 3000 41.8 2000 32.4 594.7 7.7 Suitable for Outdoor applications. put-up: Exact 8 pieces (maximum).1 3.4 217.5 130.9 2.2 266.8 2.034 (solid) .3 630.4 6.4 304.0 370. Patent pending in Japan. put-up: Exact 5 pieces (maximum).2 6.2 72.5 96.0 334. put-up: Exact 3 pieces (maximum).0 393.9 180.5 152.1 .1 • w w w .1 192.2Ω/M′ 33.7 53.9 9. Vel.57 CT . ††May Teflon is a Dupont trademark.19 50 69.2 72.0 24 AWG .B E L D E N .0 393.16 50 69.127 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 10. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.85 CT . TFE Teflon Insulation • PVC Jacket (Black or Clear) UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1671J* — 100 † ▲ 30.8 0 0 .3Ω/km 1.0 49.8 500 15.4Ω/km .9 10000 81. put-up available in Black only.2 .122 and 5.8 67.0 82.8 2.S.8 500 1000 2000 3000 5000 7000 10000 15000 18000 20000 25.8 20000 120.0 334.2Ω/M′ 33.4 1000 †† 304.8 20000 120.4 24 AWG .7Ω/M′ 84. Australia. 50 feet minimum length 500 ft.0 370.4 304.7 Suitable for Outdoor applications.011″ Silver-plated Copper Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1674B* — 100 †† 30.011″ SPCCS 205. length of any one piece is 25 ft.5% 29.0 1.57 CT .085 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 10. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom. Min.0 5.0 13.7 24 AWG .0 82.8 2000 32.6 429.0Ω/M′ 26.011″ SPC 81.062 (solid) .23 50 69.4 2.0 M17/151 Type • 29 AWG Solid . Suitable for Outdoor applications. 50 feet minimum length contain more than one piece.5% 29.4Ω/km .2 5000 54.4 2. RG-405/U Type • 24 AWG Solid . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.8 107.5 152.5 7.S.4 15000 102.9 10000 81.1 7000 66.6Ω/km 1. b e l d e n .2 72.2Ω/km 1.4 594.2 30. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .3 176. 50 feet minimum length 1000 ft.5Ω/km 2. kg Nom.020″ Silver-plated Copper Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1671B — 500 †† 152. 1-800-BELDEN-1.8 500 15.0 36.4 1000 †† 304.0 RG-405/U Type • 24 AWG Solid .0 .9 10000 81. pF/Ft. Patent held in the U.0 5.2Ω/km 1.011″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1674A* — 50 100 500 1000 15.7 18000 113.8 181.2 5000 54.4 217.0 2. 4.2 1000 22.0Ω/M′ 26.9 1.8 .5 130.2 .5% 29.8 107.3 29 AWG .2 266.3 4.8 107.062 (solid) .3 89.5 17.5% 29.2 107.047 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 8.2 1000 22.5 537.5 96.3 29 AWG .1 7000 66.16 50 69.2Ω/M′ 210.8 2000 32.2 135.2 266.3 630.5% 29.4 15000 102.57 CT . CT = Copper-Tin • DCR = DC Resistance • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • SPCCS = Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. Patent Nos.062 (solid) . *Protected by one or more of U. 100m M17/151 Type • 29 AWG Solid .19 50 69.7 53.0 36.C O A X I A L C A B L E S ® 6. m Lbs.020″ SPCCS 64.8 ▲ 100 ft.3 89. Nom.8 67.2Ω/M′ 266.020″ SPCCS 64.8 7.4 15000 102.2Ω/M′ 33.8 . Capacitance Imp.694.0 3.0 120.5 96.8 292. Germany. Singapore.2 1000 22.0 .0 334.5Ω/km 2.5 537. France and England.2Ω/M′ 210.8 352.0Ω/M′ 672.8 500 1000 2000 3000 5000 7000 10000 15000 18000 20000 25.5 220.9 2.0 49.5 500 †† 152.2 30. of (Ω) Prop.2 107.7 18000 113.9 163.5 96.9 163.4 217.2 135.034 (solid) .5 96.2 5000 54.020″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1671A* — 50 100 500 † 1000 † 15.020″ SPC 25.1 192.6Ω/km 1.1 7000 66.7 500 15.5 14.0 120.85 CT .5 500 † 152.0 393.

0 37.51 50 69.C O A X I A L C A B L E S ® 6.5% 29.S.5 152.5 96. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.2 39. Nom.210 5.52 50 69.0 1.138 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 4. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Germany.1 22. minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.0 12. Patent pending in Japan. Singapore.3 10.0 134.6 97.4 3.95 CT .B E L D E N .1 400 500 1000 2000 3000 5000 7000 10000 15000 18000 3.1 • w w w .4 93.0 12.5 1.4 14 AWG (solid) .9Ω/M′ 25.1 3.8 70.292. 1-800-BELDEN-1.036″ Silver-plated Copper Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1673B* — 100 †† 30.9 31. m Lbs.8 22.9 193.3Ω/km 2.8 46.S.2Ω/km .5Ω/M′ 14.8 3.6 59.51 50 69.138 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 4.7 26.8 70.5Ω/M′ 67.5 250 †† 76.5 76.5% 29.5% 29.8 70. † 250 ft.9 215.5 60.116 (solid) .7 124.065″ Silver-plated Copper Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1675A* — 50 † 15.7 20.1 101.73 Conformable Coax Cable 50 Ohm Microwave Cables Description Part No.0 18.2 40. b e l d e n .116 (solid) .8 46.3 8.8 500 1000 2000 3000 5000 7000 10000 15000 18000 20000 8. pF/Ft.7 124.246 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 8.9 215. put-up: Exact 8 pieces (maximum).5Ω/M′ 14. France and England.6 59.178 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 4.0 15.33 CT .036″ SPCCS 20.95 CT .036″ SPCCS 20.8 3.001.5 18.0 19 AWG .2 500 †† 152.8Ω/km 4.1 65.8 8. Capacitance Imp.1 65.1 65.4 59.2 500 †† 152. of (Ω) Prop.3Ω/km 2.9 215. kg Nom.9 193.4 44.1 22.1 41.9 8. †† May Teflon is a DuPont trademark.8 RG-402/U Type • 19 AWG Solid .8Ω/km 3.116 (solid) .0 18.7 RG-401/U Type •14 AWG Solid .1 101.1 101. 50 feet minimum length contain more than one piece.8Ω/km 3. Australia.9 8. Vel..1 17. 100m RG-402/U Type • 19 AWG Solid .6 120.7 22.5Ω/M′ 14.5 250 †† 76.8 12.4 75.8 46.4 5.4 6.9 193. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .5 96.0 26.0 18.2 100 †† 30.0 37.036″ SPC 7.5Ω/M′ 67.8 0 0 .2 152.6 6.4 34.2 39.6 6.0 37.9 31. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.9Ω/km 2.2 39.6 19 AWG .25 50 69.0 152.3 3.3 9.8 74.4 14.9 229.065″ SPC 2.7 124.5% 29.0 26. Patent Nos.1 1.4 59.5 4.2 30. put-up: Exact 5 pieces (maximum).9 229.0 152.0 14. Patent held in the U.95 CT .5 CT = Copper-Tin • DCR = DC Resistance • SPCCS = Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 50 feet minimum length 1000 ft.4 75.5Ω/M′ 8.6 59.0 18.1 13.8 500 1000 2000 3000 5000 7000 10000 15000 18000 20000 500 1000 2000 3000 5000 7000 10000 15000 18000 20000 8.0 152.8 28.4 3.4 75. put-up: Exact 3 pieces (maximum).4 4. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.2 36.8 19 AWG .5 2. 50 feet minimum length 500 ft.1 22.5 96.0Ω/M′ 26.7 TFE Teflon Insulation • Black PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1673J* — 100 500 † 30.036″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1673A* — 50 100 250 † 500 15. 4.4 59.122 and 5.694. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.0 12.9 229.2Ω/km 6.9 31. * Protected by one or more of U.5 1.0 8.

5 5.5 21.9 13. Singapore.1 72.5 14.58 CT .3 29. † 250 ft.011″ Silver-plated Copper Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1672B* — 100 †† 30. Patent pending in Japan. kg Nom.011″ SPC 11. Australia.0 3.5 7.0 59.5 42.5 64. 1-800-BELDEN-1. Patent held in the U. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 59.3 5.062 (solid) . 50 feet minimum length 1000 ft. put-up: Exact 3 pieces (maximum).062 (solid) . of (Ω) Prop.B E L D E N .1 6.4 6. Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.011″ SCCCS 205.6Ω/km 1.74 Conformable Coax Cable 75 Ohm High-Frequency Video Cables Description Part No.0 12.6 1. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.8 0 0 .3 5.001.8Ω/km 3.5 64.0 22. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.5 21. 50 feet minimum length 500 ft.4 29 AWG .0Ω/M′ 36.58 CT .694.8 3.C O A X I A L C A B L E S ® 6.127 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 10.292.1 9.1 5.011″ Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Copper-Tin Composite Shield (100% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • Unjacketed UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1672A* — 500 † 1000 † 152.062 (solid) . put-up: Exact 5 pieces (maximum).23 75 69. 50 feet minimum length contain more than 1 piece.5% 19.7 29 AWG .0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 1000 1.1 6. CT = Copper Tin • DCR = DC Resistance • SCCCS = Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. Capacitance Imp. put-up available in Clear only.0Ω/M′ 32. minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.5% 19.S.0 22.3 5. Vel.5 17.8 18.1 1.0 ▲ 100 ft.1 • w w w .3 29.0 59.5 64. France and England.8Ω/km 2. Germany.1 72. Nom.087 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 10.5 TFE Teflon Insulation • PVC Jacket (Black or Clear) UL AWM Style 10245 (30V 105°C) 1672J* — 100 ††▲ 30.8 18.122 and 5.1 6.5 500 †† 152.5 9.8 7..0 1.0 1. Patent Nos.4Ω/km 1. 29 AWG Solid .5 Non-ferrous design.0 22.5 21. †† May Teflon is a DuPont trademark. c o m .5 14.5 42.21 75 69.5 42.1 5.58 CT .4 1000 † 304.0Ω/M′ 32.0Ω/M′ 672.5% 19. m Lbs. * Protected by one or more of U.3 7.4 6. 100m 29 AWG Solid .0 12.0 12.8Ω/km 2.4 29 AWG .4 304.011″ SCCCS 205.0Ω/M′ 672.1 3. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.4 4.4 1000 †† 304.3 29.8 4.1Ω/km 1.6 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 4. put-up: Exact 8 pieces (maximum).S.1 72.087 Composite 100% Shield Coverage 10.0Ω/M′ 32.21 75 69.6 1.5 500 †† 152. pF/Ft.8 2.9 13.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 1000 1. 4. b e l d e n .5 9.5 9.9 13.8 4.8 18.

C O A X I A L C A B L E S ® 6. and high-frequency applications.45 2. head-end wiring of electronic equipment. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 -7.0 -60 -20 20 60 100 140 180 Frequency (GHz) Temperature (C) Conformable Coax cable is an alternative to semi-rigid and flexible coax for “black box” applications involving internal.0 Phase Stability 0 el/GHz/m 0 5 10 15 20 1.) 1000 100 1671 1673 1675 1675 Watts 100 1673 10 10 1671 1674 1 100 1000 10000 100000 1 100 1000 10000 100000 Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz) Guaranteed VSWR 1.35 5.15 1.05 1.5 -10.50 1.75 Conformable Coax Cable Electrical Characteristics Attenuation 1000 10000 Power Rating 1674 Attenuation (dB/100 Ft.40 1.30 VSWR 1.8 0 0 .25 1.B E L D E N .20 1.10 1. b e l d e n .5 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .5 -5.0 -2. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables . delay lines.1 • w w w .

8 89.5 2.0 17.1 M17/172-00001 (RG-316/U).0 91.8 .2 2.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .1 3.5 5.7 5. minimum length of any one piece is 25 ft.0 26 AWG .5% 29. kg Nom. Capacitance Imp. pF/Ft.030″ TC 17.0 1.5 14. TFE Teflon Insulation • Brown FEP Jacket 200°C VW-1 84316 — 100 † 500 † 1000 † 30. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5Ω/M′ 21.4 1.3 28.5 11.4 46.6 8.7 27.C-17G QPL Cable 50 Ohm Coax Description Part No.2Ω/M′ 17.3 12.0 26 AWG .8 1.5 139.5 2.020″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) TFE Teflon Insulation • White FEP Jacket 200°C VW-1 83284 — 100 † 500 † 1000 † 30.3Ω/km 2.9 18.4 10.2 5.5 152. DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • SPCCS = Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel • TC = Tinned Copper • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference.5 23.6 18.6 95.2 39.84 SPC Braid .160 Shield 95% Shield Coverage 5.0 36.5 23.058 (7x34) .096 (27x36) .5 23.5 7.1Ω/km 2.9 8. Non-SWR swept version of RG-122.4 304. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.8 18.0 16.9Ω/km 1.1Ω/M′ 56.7 27. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 0 0 .1 77.012″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (96% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • White FEP Jacket 200°C VW-1 83265 — 100 † 500 † 1000 † 30.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.8 4.0 62.0 1.020″ SPCCS 84.4 304.6 3.9 8.80 50 69.6Ω/M′ 47.1 54.44 TC Braid . 26 AWG Stranded (7x34) .012″ SPCCS 244.4 27.06 50 66% 30.6 95.5Ω/M′ 21.1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 2.3 12.0 150. Vel.8 1.4 77.3 5. 100m 30 AWG Stranded (7x38) .0 6.098 95% Shield Coverage 6.3 29.5% 29.7 5.5 27.0 3.1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1.76 MIL. Non-SWR swept version of RG-316.0 .9 19.2 2.3 29.47 SPC Braid .4 304.0 121.8 89.033 (7x38) .058 (7x34) .3 29.4 77.2 5.0 95.6 95. b e l d e n . pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.5 34.4 57.9Ω/km 1.8 101.020″ SPCCS 84.0 95.4 57.1 • w w w .5 152.7 4. of (Ω) Prop. Non-SWR swept version of RG-178.4 27.7 5. m Lbs.1 M17/157-00001 (RG-122/U).1Ω/M′ 275.2 30 AWG . Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.49 50 69. c o m .4 42.098 95% Shield Coverage 6.3Ω/km 2. † May contain more than one piece.5% 29.1Ω/km 4. Nom.49 50 69.9 M17/169-00001 (RG-178B/U).030″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 80°C) VW-1 9252 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 1000 304.0 .0Ω/M′ 801.6 8.6 14.8 23.2 22 AWG .0 17. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.9Ω/km 1.0 95.0 .0 8.5 5.2 39.0Ω/km .0 11.47 SPC Braid . 1-800-BELDEN-1.071 96% Shield Coverage 14.0 45.6 8.5 152.9 18.1Ω/M′ 275.1 M17/113-RG316 22 AWG Stranded (27x36) .4 1.1 89.5 11.9 37.B E L D E N .

7 28.034″ SCC 8.7 55.5 8.7 12.1Ω/M′ 13.95 SCC Braid .5 10.4 U-1000 U-304.4 500 152.5 17.1 40.95 (2) SCC . Vel.116 (19x33) .0 20.1 24.170 Shield 95% Shield Coverage 4.1Ω/M′ 13.0 16.97 (2) SCC .037″ Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Silver-coated Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Plenum • TFE Teflon Insulation • Tinted Brown FEP Jacket 200°C VW-1 84303 NEC: CL2P 500 † 1000 † 152.5 1.4 304.3 4.3Ω/M′ 63.195 95% Shield Coverage 4.3 47. 18 AWG Solid .4 304.9 7.2 46.0 63.5 152.3Ω/M′ 7.8 4.037″ SCCCS 19.6 M17/167-00001 (RG-223/U).8 19 AWG .1 24.3 3.8 101.3 4.2 46.9 9.5 10.0 17.1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 2000 1.8 65.3 22.8 5.0 2.0 M17/155-00001 (RG-58C/U).115 (19x33) .0 8.7 2.3 4. † May contain more than one piece.9 35.95 50 66% 30.4 304. 19 AWG Solid .037″ SCCCS 16.7 55.116 (solid) .8 5. Non-SWR swept version of RG-58.3 11.9 7.1 2.95 50 70% 29.8 16.C-17G QPL Cable 50 Ohm Coax Description Part No. Capacitance Imp.3Ω/M′ 7.037″ Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Double Silver-coated Copper Braid Shield (96% Coverage) Plenum • TFE Teflon® Insulation • Tinted Brown FEP Jacket 200°C VW-1 84142 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 100 500 † 1000 † 30.7 25.7 25.5 18 AWG .5 5.8 101.6 3.4 7.1 • w w w .39 50 66% 30.7 37.1 40.3 11.5 152.1 19.9Ω/km 2.4 22. 100m 20 AWG Stranded (19x33) .7 12.037″ SCCCS 19.3 1. 18 AWG Solid .8 1000 304.5 12.1 19.3 20 AWG . Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft.195 95% Shield Coverage 4.5Ω/km 4.5Ω/M′ 8. pF/m Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft.0 20.4 500 152. m Lbs.4 3. Nom.4 43.3 2. of (Ω) Prop.0 11. DCR Inch mm Nominal Nom.31 50 70% 29. Non-SWR swept version of RG-223.8 0 0 .0 95.3 20 AWG .6 10.7 12.4Ω/km 2.6 3.8 16.4 3.9 10.8 5.116 (solid) .5 6.1 M17/158-00001 (RG-142B/U).5Ω/km 4.8 65.0 21.4 39.0 95.5 .0 21.6 8.0 14.195 Braids 96% Shield Coverage 2.8 1000 304.1 20.3 M17/60-RG142 200°C VW-1 83242 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 100 † 500 † 1000 † 30.8 12.6 3.1 6.8Ω/M′ 35.1 12.0 95.7 26.0 37.5 1.8Ω/M′ 35.1 2.5 1.4 1.9 35.1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 2000 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 2000 1.3Ω/km 2. 1-800-BELDEN-1.0 12.2 13.5 17. pF/Ft.5 32.4 43. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Non-SWR swept version of RG-142.5 12.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .9 35.3 13.4 U-1000 U-304.8 16.2Ω/km 5.7 25.1 2. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 11.035″ TC 10.92 TC Braid .3Ω/M′ 53.5Ω/km 4.0 20.9 10.3 4.2 2.3Ω/M′ 14.4Ω/km 2.95 50 70% 29. kg Nom.5 M17/28-RG58 85°C 8262 — U-500 U-152.5 19.0 63.5Ω/km 4.95 (2) SCC .8 13.3 3.6 8.4 1.5 7.034″ Silver-coated Copper Conductor • Double Silver-coated Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 9273 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 100 30.116 (solid) .77 MIL.95 TC Braid .5 U-500 U-152.1 18. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.5 17.8 5.5 12.7 25.1Ω/km 4.8 101.8 14.5 17.212 Braids 95% Shield Coverage 2.0 37.6 10.95 50 66% 30.8 12. b e l d e n .4 45.5 5.8 5.9 10.195 Braids 96% Shield Coverage 2. minimum length of any 1 piece is 25 feet.1 19.4 7.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .5Ω/km 2.4 43.6 70.3 3.8Ω/M′ 28.3 13.9 39.4 304.3 13.035″ TC 10.4 1. DCR Inch mm Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom.3Ω/km 2.9 18 AWG .0 9.9 18 AWG .0 13.035″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket 85°C 9203 — 500 1000 152.6 70.1 40.117 (solid) .5 17.3Ω/M′ 63.3 3.4 7.3 M17/111-RG303 DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • SCC = Silver-coated Copper • SCCCS = Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel • TC = Tinned Copper • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. c o m 6 • Coaxial Cables .B E L D E N .8 4.8 25.0 63.C O A X I A L C A B L E S 6.0 20.6 8.

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6.78

MIL- C-17G QPL Cable
50 Ohm Coax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

15.5 AWG Solid .056″ Silver-plated Copper Conductor • Double Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
85°C 9861 — 1000 304.8 91.0 41.4 15.5 AWG .185 (solid) .056″ SPC 3.3Ω/M′ 10.8Ω/km 4.70 (2) SPC .332 Braids 95% Shield Coverage 1.1Ω/M′ 3.6Ω/km 8.43 50 66% 30.8 101.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 .8 1.9 2.7 4.1 5.9 8.0 9.1 9.8 .9 2.7 6.2 8.9 13.5 19.4 26.2 29.9 32.2

M17/162-00001 (RG-212/U). Non-SWR swept version of RG-212.

13 AWG Stranded (7x21) .089″ Bare Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (96% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 8267 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 500 1000 152.4 304.8 59.5 27.0 117.0 53.1 13 AWG (7x21) .089″ BC 1.7Ω/M′ 5.6Ω/km .285 7.24 BC Braid .405 96% Shield Coverage 1.2Ω/M′ 3.9Ω/km 10.29 50 66% 30.8 101.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 .2 .6 1.3 1.9 2.7 4.1 6.5 7.6 8.0 21.5 .6 1.8 4.3 6.2 8.9 13.5 21.3 24.9 26.2 70.5

M17/163-00001 (RG-213/U). Non-SWR swept version of RG-213.

13 AWG Stranded (7x21) .089″ Silver-plated Copper Conductor • Double Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 8268 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 500 1000 152.4 304.8 70.5 32.0 140.0 63.5 13 AWG (7x21) .089″ SPC 1.7Ω/M′ 5.6Ω/km .285 7.24 (2) SPC .425 Braids 97% Shield Coverage .7Ω/M′ 2.3Ω/km 10.80 50 66% 30.8 101.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 4000 .2 .6 1.3 1.9 2.7 4.1 6.5 7.6 8.0 20.0 .6 1.8 4.3 6.2 8.9 13.5 21.3 24.9 26.2 65.6

M17/164-00001 (RG-214/U). Non-SWR swept version of RG-214. BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • SPC = Silver-plated Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1.

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6.79

MIL- C-17G QPL Cable
75 Ohm Coax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

30 AWG Stranded (7x38) .012″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (94% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • Tinted Brown FEP Jacket
200°C VW-1 83264 — 100 † 500 † 1000 † 30.5 152.4 304.8 1.2 5.5 11.0 .5 2.5 5.0 30 AWG .062 (7x38) .012″ SPCCS 244.0Ω/M′ 801.0Ω/km 1.58 SPC Braid .100 94% Shield Coverage 8.5Ω/M′ 27.4Ω/km 2.54 75 69.5% 19.5 64.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 3.0 5.3 8.5 10.0 12.5 16.0 19.7 22.3 24.0 9.8 17.4 27.9 32.8 41.0 52.5 64.6 73.2 78.7

M17/94-RG179

23 AWG Solid .023″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
60°C VW-1 9204 NEC: 500 152.4 CMH U-1000 U-304.8 CEC: 1000 304.8 CMH FT1 18.0 8.2 38.0 17.3 39.0 17.7 23 AWG .146 (solid) .023″ BCCS 47.0Ω/M′ 154.2Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .241 95% Shield Coverage 2.6Ω/M′ 8.5Ω/km 6.12 75 66% 20.5 67.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .6 1.1 2.4 3.4 4.9 7.0 9.7 11.1 12.0 2.0 3.6 7.9 11.2 16.1 23.0 31.8 36.4 39.4

M17/29-RG59

18 AWG Stranded (7x26) .048″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
60°C VW-1 9212 NEC: CMH CEC: CMH FT1 1000 304.8 105.0 47.7 18 AWG .285 (7x26) .048″ TC 6.1Ω/M′ 20.0Ω/km 7.24 BC Braid .405 97% Shield Coverage 1.2Ω/M′ 3.9Ω/km 10.29 75 66% 20.5 67.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .2 .7 1.3 2.0 2.9 4.2 5.8 6.9 7.2 .7 2.3 4.3 6.6 9.5 13.8 19.0 22.6 23.6

M17/6-RG11

18 AWG Stranded (7x26) .048″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
60°C VW-1 9850 NEC: CMH CEC: CMH FT1 1000 304.8 131.0 59.5 18 AWG .285 (7x26) .048″ TC 6.1Ω/M′ 20.0Ω/km 7.24 (2) BC .425 Braids 95% Shield Coverage .8Ω/M′ 2.6Ω/km 10.80 75 66% 20.5 67.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .2 .7 1.3 2.0 2.9 4.2 5.8 6.8 7.1 .6 2.2 4.3 6.6 9.5 13.8 19.0 22.3 23.3

M17/77-RG216 BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • SPCCS = Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel • TC = Tinned Copper • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1.
† May

contain more than one piece, minimum length of any 1 piece is 25 feet.

Teflon is a DuPont trademark.

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6.80

MIL- C-17G QPL Cable
93 Ohm, 95 Ohm and 125 Ohm Coax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

93 Ohm • 22 AWG Solid .025″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Semi-solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 9862 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 1000 304.8 37.0 16.8 22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.2Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .242 95% Shield Coverage 2.9Ω/M′ 9.5Ω/km 6.15 93 84% 13.5 44.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 1.0 3.0 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 24.0 26.9 28.5

M17/30-RG62

93 Ohm • 22 AWG Solid .025″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • BC Outer Braid/TC Inner Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Semi-solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket
85°C 9169 — 1000 304.8 46.0 20.9 22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.2Ω/km 3.71 (2) Braids
Inner:

.245

6.22

93

84%

13.5

44.3

BC
Outer:

M17/90-RG71

TC 95% Shield Coverage 1.5Ω/M′ 4.9Ω/km

1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000

.3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7

1.0 3.0 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 24.0 26.9 28.5

95 Ohm • 30 AWG Stranded (7x38) .012″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (91% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • Tinted Brown FEP Jacket
200°C VW-1 83266 — 1000 † 304.8 20.0 9.1 30 AWG .102 (7x38) .012″ SPCCS 244.0Ω/M′ 801.0Ω/km 2.60 SPC Braid .141 91% Shield Coverage 6.5Ω/M′ 21.3Ω/km 3.58 95 69.5% 15.0 49.2 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 2.4 3.3 4.6 5.7 7.6 10.7 14.9 15.9 17.0 7.9 10.8 15.1 18.7 24.9 35.1 48.9 52.2 55.8

M17/95-RG180

125 Ohm • 22 AWG Solid .025″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Semi-solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
60°C 9857 NEC: CMH CEC: CMH FT1 1000 304.8 94.0 42.6 22 AWG .285 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.2Ω/km 7.24 BC Braid .405 97% Shield Coverage 1.2Ω/M′ 3.9Ω/km 10.29 125 84% 9.7 31.8 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .2 .5 1.1 1.5 2.3 3.4 4.6 5.5 5.8 1.0 1.6 3.6 4.9 7.5 11.2 15.1 18.0 19.0

M17/31-RG63

BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • SPC = Silver-plated Copper • SPCCS = Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel • TC = Tinned Copper • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1.
† May

contain more than 1 piece, minimum length of any one piece is 25 feet.

Teflon is a DuPont trademark.

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6.81

MIL- C-17G QPL Cable
Twinax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

Twinax • 24 AWG Stranded (19x36) .024″ Silver-coated High-Strength Copper Alloy Conductor • SCHSCA Braid Shield (93% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • Blue PFA Jacket (Color Code: White, Blue)
200°C 81553 — 500 † 1000 † 152.4 304.8 9.0 16.0 4.1 7.3 24 AWG .084 (19x36) .024″ SCHSCA 24.0Ω/M′ 78.7Ω/km 2.13 SCHSCA .129 93% Shield Coverage 7.3Ω/M′ 24.0Ω/km 3.28 77 70% 24.0 78.7 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1.2 3.9 4.0 13.1 9.2 30.2 13.0 42.7 18.4 60.4 26.1 85.6 34.6 113.5 39.3 128.9 41.4 135.8

M17/176-00002

Twinax • 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) .038″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket (One conductor has bare strand for ID)
85°C 9859 — 1000 304.8 33.0 15.0 20 AWG .158 (7x28) .038″ TC 9.5Ω/M′ 31.2Ω/km 4.01 TC Braid .235 85% Shield Coverage 5.3Ω/M′ 17.4Ω/km 5.97 78 66% 19.7 64.6 1 10 50 100 200 400 .7 2.3 5.2 7.5 11.0 16.0 2.3 7.5 17.1 24.6 36.1 52.5

M17/45-RG108 DCR = DC Resistance • PFA = Perfluoroalkoxy • SCHSCA = Silver-coated High-strength Copper Alloy • TC = Tinned Copper • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1.
†Spools

may contain more than one piece. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft. Length may vary ±10% from length shown for spools or reels and ±5% UnReel® cartons.

Not RoHS compliant at time of printing. Please check with Belden Technical Support for current compliance information at 1-800-BELDEN-1.

Teflon is a DuPont trademark.

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6.82

Special Audio, Communication and Instrumentation Cable
Miniature Instrumentation and Low Triboelectric Noise Coax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

Miniature • 28 AWG Solid .013″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Polypropylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket
105°C VW-1 8700 NEC: CMH CEC: CMH FT1 250 76.2 .8 .3 28 AWG .023 (solid) .013″ TC 66.9Ω/M′ 219.5Ω/km .58 BC Braid .054 90% Shield Coverage 28.7Ω/M′ 94.2Ω/km 1.37 32 66% 55.2 181.1 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 2.5 7.7 17.2 24.5 34.8 50.0 66.0 75.0 79.0 8.2 25.3 56.4 80.4 114.2 164.4 216.5 246.1 259.2

Low Noise • RG-174/U Type • 26 AWG Stranded (7x34) .019″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • TC Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Conductive Layer • Black PVC Jacket
60°C 9239 — 100 500 1000 30.5 152.4 304.8 1.0 4.5 8.0 .5 2.0 3.6 26 AWG .044 (7x34) .019″ BCCS 97.0Ω/M′ 318.3Ω/km 1.12 TC Braid .101 90% Shield Coverage 14.0Ω/M′ 45.9Ω/km 2.57 50 62% 38 125 — — —

5mV peak-to-peak max. Not recommended for RF use.

Low Noise • RG-59/U Type • 22 AWG Solid .025″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (93% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Conductive Layer • Black PVC Jacket
75°C VW-1 9224 — U-500 U-152.4 1000 304.8 19.5 8.9 39.0 17.7 22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 54.0Ω/M′ 177.0Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .242 93% Shield Coverage 2.5Ω/M′ 8.2Ω/km 6.15 75 65% 22 72 — — —

5mV peak-to-peak max. Not recommended for RF use.

Low Noise • RG-58/U Type • 22 AWG Stranded (7x30) .030″ TC Conductor • Duobond® II + TC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Conductive Layer • Black PVC Jacket
80°C VW-1 9223 — 100 500 1000 30.5 152.4 304.8 3.4 1.5 12.0 5.4 24.0 10.9 22 AWG .112 (7x30) .030″ TC 10.8Ω/M′ 35.4Ω/km 2.85 Duobond II* .195 + 95% TC Braid 100% Shield Coverage 4.1Ω/M′ 13.5Ω/km 4.95 50 56% 37 122 — — —

8mV peak-to-peak max. Not recommended for RF use. BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper

Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1. *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage).

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6.83

Computer and Instrumentation Cable
50 Ohm Ethernet® Coax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

Thinnet 10Base2 Ethernet • 20 AWG Stranded (19x32) .037″ Conductor • Duobond® II + Overall TC Braid Shield (93% Coverage) Non-plenum • Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Gray PVC Jacket
UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) 9907 NEC: CL2 CM CEC: CM 500 U-1000 1000 1640 2500 3280 152.4 U-304.8 304.8 500.0 762.0 1000.0 12.5 24.0 23.0 41.0 62.5 82.0 5.7 10.9 10.4 18.6 28.4 37.3 20 AWG .102 (19x32) .037″ TC 8.8Ω/M′ 28.9Ω/km 2.59 Duobond II* .185 + 93% TC Braid 5.8Ω/M′ 19.0Ω/km 4.70 50 80% 25.4 83.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .4 1.3 2.9 4.2 6.1 8.9 12.1 13.9 14.8 .4 1.3 2.9 4.2 6.1 9.2 12.9 15.0 16.0 .4 1.3 2.9 4.2 6.1 9.2 12.9 15.0 16.0 1.4 4.3 9.5 13.8 20.0 29.2 39.7 45.6 48.6 1.4 4.3 9.5 13.7 20.0 30.2 42.3 49.2 52.5 1.4 4.3 9.5 13.7 20.0 30.2 42.3 49.2 52.5

For Plenum versions see 89907 or 82907.

RG-58A/U Type DEC Part No. 17-01248-00

Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Fluorocopolymer Jacket
150°C 89907 NEC: CMP CL2P CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 † 2500 † 152.4 304.8 762.0 11.0 5.0 22.0 10.0 60.0 27.3 20 AWG .095 (19x32) .037″ TC 8.8Ω/M′ 28.9Ω/km 2.41 Duobond II* .160 + 93% TC Braid 5.8Ω/M′ 19.0Ω/km 4.06 50 80% 25.4 83.3

For Non-plenum version see 9907.

RG-58A/U Type DEC Part No. 17-01246-00. Suitable for Outdoor applications.

Plenum • FPFA Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Jacket
75°C 82907 NEC: 500 † 152.4 CMP U-1000 †† U-304.8 † 304.8 CL2P 1000 762.0 CEC: 2500 † CMP FT6 11.0 5.0 23.0 10.5 22.0 10.0 57.5 26.1 20 AWG .095 (19x32) .037″ TC 8.8Ω/M′ 28.9Ω/km 2.41 Duobond II* .160 + 93% TC Braid 5.8Ω/M′ 19.0Ω/km 4.06 50 80% 25.4 83.3

For Non-plenum version see 9907.

RG-58A/U Type

Thicknet 10Base5 Ethernet • 12 AWG Solid .086″ Bare Copper Conductor • Duobond IV Quad Shield (100% Coverage) Non-plenum • Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Yellow PVC Jacket
UL AWM Style 1478 (30V 60°C) 9880 NEC: CL2 CM CEC: CM 500 1000 1640 152.4 66.0 30.0 304.8 131.0 59.5 500.0 219.8 99.7 12 AWG (solid) .086″ BC 1.4Ω/M′ 4.7Ω/km .243 6.17 Duobond IV* .405 (Duobond II + 94% TC Braid + Duofoil ® + 90% TC Braid) 1.5Ω/M′ 5.0Ω/km 10.29 50 78% 26.0 85.3 1 5 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 5 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .2 .4 .5 1.2 1.7 2.6 3.9 5.5 6.5 6.9 .2 .4 .5 1.2 1.7 2.5 3.8 5.6 6.8 7.2 .6 1.2 1.7 3.9 5.6 8.4 12.8 18.1 21.3 22.6 .6 1.2 1.7 3.8 5.4 8.0 12.5 18.4 22.3 23.6

For Plenum version see 89880.

DEC Part No. 17-00451-00 Ring-band stripes marked every 2.5 meters to aid users in tap placement.

Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Orange Fluorocopolymer Jacket
150°C 89880 NEC: CL2P CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 1640 † 304.8 134.0 60.9 500.0 224.7 102.1 12 AWG (solid) .086″ BC 1.4Ω/M′ 4.7Ω/km .245 6.22 Duobond IV* .375 (Duobond II + 90% TC Braid + Duofoil + 90% TC Braid) 1.5Ω/M′ 5.0Ω/km 9.53 50 78% 26.0 85.3

DEC Part No. 17-00324-00 Ring-band stripes marked every 2.5 meters to aid users in tap placement. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.

BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • FPFA = Foam Perfluoroalkoxy • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1. For cable manufactured to latest government revision or other MIL-SPEC requirements, please contact your nearest Belden Regional Sales Office. *Duobond II = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage). Duobond IV = Bonded Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (46% coverage). from length shown ±10% for spools and reels, ±5% for UnReel® cartons.

† Final put-up length may vary †† Length may vary -0/+10%.

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6.84

Computer and Instrumentation Cable
75 Ohm Coax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

75 Ohm • 30 AWG Stranded (7x38) .012″ Silver-plated Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Silver-plated Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) TFE Teflon® Insulation • White TFE Tape Jacket
200°C VW-1 83267 — 100 † 1000 † 30.5 304.8 1.9 11.0 .9 5.0 30 AWG .063 (7x38) .012″ SPCCS 244.0Ω/M′ 801.0Ω/km 1.60 SPC Braid .103 95% Shield Coverage 8.6Ω/M′ 28.2Ω/km 2.62 75 69.5% 19.5 64.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 3.0 5.3 8.5 10.0 12.5 16.0 19.7 22.3 24.0 9.8 17.4 27.9 32.8 41.0 52.5 64.6 73.2 78.7

RG-187A/U Type • MIL-C-17D

75 Ohm • Dual RG-59/U Type • 23 AWG Solid .023″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductors • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Flame-retardant Semi-foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket
UL AWM Style 20063 (300V 80°C) 9555 NEC: CM CEC: CM 500 1000 2000 152.4 38.5 17.5 304.8 78.0 35.4 609.6 152.0 69.0 23 AWG .146 (solid) .023″ BCCS 50.0Ω/M′ 164.0Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .238 6.05 75 66% 20.5 x x 95% Shield Coverage .478 12.14 2.6Ω/M′ 8.5Ω/km For Plenum version of see 89555. 67.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .6 1.1 2.4 3.4 4.9 7.0 9.7 11.1 12.0 2.0 3.6 7.9 11.2 16.1 23.0 31.8 36.4 39.4

75 Ohm • Dual RG-59/U Type • 23 AWG Solid .023″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductors • Bare Copper Braid Shield (97% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Clear FEP Jacket
200°C 89555 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.4 304.8 46.5 21.1 90.0 40.9 23 AWG .134 (solid) .023″ BCCS 50.0Ω/M′ 164.0Ω/km 3.40 BC Braid .212 x 97% Shield Coverage .424 2.6Ω/M′ 8.5Ω/km 5.39 x 10.77 75 70% 19.5 64.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .5 1.1 2.5 3.5 5.1 7.5 10.4 12.0 12.7 1.6 3.6 8.2 11.5 16.7 24.6 34.1 39.4 41.7

Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.

75 Ohm • RG-6/U Type • 18 AWG Solid Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond® IV Quad Shield (100% Coverage) Non-Plenum • Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Gray PVC Jacket
3131A NEC: CL2R, CMR CEC: CMR FT4 1000 2500†† 304.8 762.2 39.0 97.5 17.7 44.3 18 AWG (solid) .040″ BCCS 28.0Ω/M′ 91.9Ω/km .180 4.57 Duobond IV* .300 7.62 75 82% 16.2 Quad Shield 3.6Ω/M′ 11.8Ω/km Sweep tested 5 MHz to 400 MHz. CPE jacket optional. 53.2 1 2 5 10 20 50 100 200 300 400 1 2 5 10 20 50 100 200 300 400 .35 1.15 .38 1.25 .45 1.48 .59 1.94 .86 2.82 1.37 4.50 1.97 6.46 2.82 9.25 3.48 11.42 4.04 13.26 .36 1.18 .38 1.25 .50 1.64 .65 2.13 .95 3.12 1.50 4.92 2.12 6.96 2.99 9.81 3.66 12.01 4.23 13.88

Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Fluorocopolymer Jacket
150°C 3132A NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 304.8 36.0 16.4 18 AWG (solid) .040″ BCCS 28.0Ω/M′ 19.9Ω/km .170 4.32 Duobond IV* .274 6.96 75 82% 16.3 53.5 Quad Shield 7.2Ω/M′ 23.6Ω/km For Non-plenum version see 3131A. Sweep tested 5 MHz to 400 MHz.

Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.

75 Ohm • RG-11/U Type • 14 AWG Solid Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond IV Quad Shield (100% Coverage) Non-Plenum • Gas-injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Gray PVC Jacket
3094A NEC: CL2R, CMR CEC: CMG FT4 500 1000 2000 152.4 34.5 304.8 69.0 609.6 136.0 15.7 31.3 61.7 14 AWG (solid) .064″ BCCS 11.0Ω/M′ 36.1Ω/km .280 7.11 Duobond IV* .407 10.34 75 82% 16.2 Quad Shield 1.5Ω/M′ 4.9Ω/km Sweep tested 5 MHz to 400 MHz. CPE jacket optional. 53.2 1 2 5 10 20 50 100 200 300 400 .16 .18 .26 .38 .55 .83 1.17 1.60 1.99 2.30 .53 .59 .85 1.25 1.81 2.72 3.84 5.25 6.53 7.55

Tap marks every 2.6 meters to aid users in installation.

BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • SPC = Silver-coated Copper • SPCCS = Silver-coated Copper-covered Steel • TFE = Tetra Fluoroethylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1.
† May contain more than one piece, minimum length of any one piece is †† Spools may contain more than one piece. Final put-up may vary ±10%

* Duobond IV = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (46% coverage). 25 ft. for spools and reels and ±5% for UnReel® cartons. 25 feet minimum length.

Teflon is a DuPont trademark.

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6.85

Computer and Instrumentation Cable
75 Ohm and 93 Ohm Coax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

75 Ohm • RG-11/U Type • 14 AWG Solid Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Duobond IV Quad Shield (100% Coverage) Plenum • Foam FEP Insulation • Gray Fluorocopolymer Jacket
150°C 3095A NEC: CMP, PLTC CEC: CMP FT6 1000 304.8 76.0 34.5 14 AWG (solid) .064″ BCCS 11.0Ω/M′ 36.1Ω/km .280 7.11 Duobond IV* .387 9.83 75 82% 16.5 54.1 Quad Shield 3.9Ω/M′ 12.8Ω/km Sweep tested 5 MHz to 400 MHz. 1 10 50 100 200 400 .20 .70 .39 1.30 1.20 3.90 1.70 5.60 2.50 8.20 3.50 11.50

Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications. Tap marks every 2.6 meters to aid users in installation.

93 Ohm • RG-62B/U Type • 24 AWG Stranded (7x32) .024″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • BC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Semi-solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black Non-contaminating PVC Jacket
UL AWM Style 1354 (30V 60°C) VW-1 8255 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 500 1000 152.4 304.8 16.5 7.5 36.0 16.3 24 AWG .146 (7x32) .024″ BCCS 59.0Ω/M′ 193.6Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .242 95% Shield Coverage 2.9Ω/M′ 9.5Ω/km 6.15 93 84% 13.5 44.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 .9 2.0 2.9 4.2 6.1 8.6 10.1 11.1 1.0 3.0 6.6 9.5 13.8 20.0 28.2 33.1 36.4

MIL-C-17D

93 Ohm • RG-62/U Type • JAN-C-17A • 22 AWG Solid .025″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • BC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Semi-solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket
75°C 8254 — U-500 500 U-1000 1000 U-152.4 152.4 U-304.8 304.8 18.0 8.2 16.5 7.5 35.0 15.9 36.0 16.3 22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.1Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .238 95% Shield Coverage 2.9Ω/M′ 9.5Ω/km 6.05 93 84% 13.5 44.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 .8 2.8 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5

93 Ohm • RG-62A/U Type • 22 AWG Solid .025″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Semi-solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black High-density Polyethylene Jacket
Flooded Burial 9228 80°C — 500 1000 2000 5000 152.4 15.0 6.8 304.8 33.0 15.0 609.6 68.0 30.9 1524.0 170.0 77.3 22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.1Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .242 95% Shield Coverage 2.9Ω/M′ 9.5Ω/km 6.15 93 84% 13.5 44.3 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 .8 2.8 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5 .8 2.8 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5 .8 2.8 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5

Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.

Semi-solid Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket
UL AWM Style 1478 (30V 60°C) 9268 NEC: CM CL2 CEC: CM 500 U-1000 1000 2000 152.4 U-304.8 304.8 609.6 20.0 9.1 42.0 19.1 44.0 20.0 88.0 40.0 22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.1Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .260 95% Shield Coverage 2.9Ω/M′ 9.5Ω/km 6.60 93 84% 13.5 44.3

IBM P/N 5252750 • Includes Mylar® tape as a moisture barrier for improved outdoor reliability.

UL AWM Style 1478 (30V 60°C)

9269

NEC: CM CL2 CEC: CM

IBM P/N 323921 P-MSHA SC-1823** ▲ U-1000 put-up also available in Orange, Beige or Chrome. BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1. For cables manufactured to latest government revision or other MIL-SPEC requirements, please contact your nearest Belden regional Sales Office. * Duobond IV = Bonded Duofoil® (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (67% coverage) + Duofoil (100% coverage) + aluminum braid (46% coverage). ** Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources and United States Mine Safety and Health Administration Certification. Mylar is a DuPont trademark.

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U-500 500 U-1000 ▲ 1000 1640 2000 3280 5000

U-152.4 18.5 8.4 152.4 17.0 7.7 U-304.8 36.0 16.7 304.8 38.0 17.2 500.0 60.7 27.5 609.6 76.0 34.5 1000.0 121.4 55.0 1524.0 185.0 84.0

22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.1Ω/km

3.71

BC Braid .239 6.07 93 84% 13.5 95% Shield Coverage 2.9Ω/M′ 9.5Ω/km For Plenum version of 9269, see 89269, 87269 and 82269.

44.3

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6.86

Computer and Instrumentation Cable
93 Ohm Coax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

RG-62/U Type • 22 AWG Solid .025″ Bare Copper-covered Steel Conductor • Bare Copper Braid Shield (94% Coverage) Plenum • Semi-solid FEP Teflon® Insulation • Black or White Tint FEP Jacket
200°C 89269 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 100 ▲ 500 1000 30.5 152.4 304.8 5.2 2.4 16.5 7.5 33.0 15.0 22 AWG .142 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.2Ω/km 3.61 BC Braid .200 94% Shield Coverage 3.4Ω/M′ 11.2Ω/km 5.08 93 85% 12.8 42.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 .3 .9 1.9 2.7 3.8 5.3 7.3 8.2 8.7 1.0 3.0 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5 1.0 3.0 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5 1.0 3.0 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5 1.8 3.0 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5 1.8 3.0 6.2 8.9 12.5 17.4 23.9 26.9 28.5

100 ft. put-up available in Black only. Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.

Plenum • Semi-solid FEP Teflon Insulation • Gray Fluorocopolymer Jacket
150°C 87269 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 304.8 34.0 15.4 22 AWG .142 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.2Ω/km 3.61 BC Braid .200 94% Shield Coverage 3.4Ω/M′ 11.2Ω/km 5.08 93 85% 12.8 42.0

Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.

Plenum • Semi-solid FEP Teflon Insulation • Natural Flamarrest® Low-smoke Jacket
75°C 82269 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 1000 304.8 30.0 13.6 22 AWG .142 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.2Ω/km 3.61 BC Braid .200 94% Shield Coverage 3.4Ω/M′ 11.2Ω/km 5.08 93 85% 12.8 42.0

Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon Insulation • White Tint FEP Jacket
200°C 86262 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.4 304.8 16.0 7.3 32.0 14.5 22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.2Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .204 94% Shield Coverage 3.4Ω/M′ 11.2Ω/km 5.18 93 85% 12.5 41.0

Suitable for Outdoor and Direct Burial applications.

Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon Insulation • Natural Flamarrest Jacket
75°C 82262 NEC: U-1000 CMP 1000 CEC: CMP FT6 U-304.8 304.8 31.0 14.1 30.0 13.6 22 AWG .146 (solid) .025″ BCCS 41.2Ω/M′ 135.2Ω/km 3.71 BC Braid .204 94% Shield Coverage 3.4Ω/M′ 11.2Ω/km 5.18 93 85% 12.5 41.0

BC = Bare Copper • BCCS = Bare Copper-covered Steel • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1.

Teflon is a DuPont trademark.

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6.87

Computer and Instrumentation Cable
78 Ohm, 95 Ohm and 100 Ohm Twinax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

78 Ohm • 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) .038″ Tinned Copper Conductors • Tinned Copper Braid Shield (93% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Blue PVC Jacket (Color Code: Clear, Blue)
UL AWM Style 2092 (300V 60°C) 9272 NEC: CM CEC: CM 100 30.5 U-500 U-152.4 500 152.4 U-1000 U-304.8 1000 304.8 4.5 2.0 20.0 9.1 18.5 8.4 39.0 17.7 41.0 18.6 20 AWG .156 (7x28) .038″ TC 9.5Ω/M′ 31.2Ω/km 3.96 TC Braid .244 93% Shield Coverage 3.4Ω/M′ 11.2Ω/km 6.20 78 66% 19.7 64.6 1 10 50 100 200 400 .6 2.1 5.0 7.5 11.0 16.0 2.0 6.9 16.4 24.6 36.1 52.5

For Plenum version of 9272, see 89272. CPE jacket optional.

Plenum • FEP Teflon® Insulation • Blue FEP Teflon Jacket (Color Code: Clear, Blue)
200°C 89272 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 500 1000 152.4 304.8 17.0 7.7 38.0 17.3 20 AWG .148 (7x28) .038″ TC 9.5Ω/M′ 31.2Ω/km 3.76 TC Braid .198 93% Shield Coverage 3.9Ω/M′ 12.8v/km 5.03 78 69.5% 18.4 60.4 1 10 50 100 200 400 .6 2.1 5.0 7.5 11.0 16.0 2.0 6.9 16.4 24.6 36.1 52.5

Suitable for Aerial applications when supported by a messenger.

78 Ohm • 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) .038″ Tinned Copper Conductors • Beldfoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (55% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Blue Sunlight-resistant PVC Jacket (Color Code: Clear, Blue)
UL AWM Style 2464 (300V 80°C) 9463 NEC: CM CL2 CEC: CM 100 30.5 U-500 U-152.4 500 152.4 U-1000 U-304.8 1000 ▲ 304.8 6000 ▲† 1828.7 10000 ▲† 3048.0 4.4 19.5 18.0 38.0 39.0 234.0 380.0 2.0 8.9 8.2 17.2 17.7 106.1 172.4 20 AWG .154 (7x28) .038″ TC 9.5Ω/M′ 31.0Ω/km 3.91 Beldfoil + 55% TC Braid 4.1Ω/M′ 13.4Ω/km .238 6.05 78 66% 19.7 64.6 1 10 50 100 200 400 .6 2.1 3.6 7.5 11.0 16.0 2.0 6.9 11.8 24.6 36.1 52.5

CPE jacket optional.

PMSHA P-7K-SC-182141* Allen Bradley P/N 1770-CD ▲ 1000 ft. and 6000 ft. put-ups also available in Brown, Orange and Purple. 10,000 ft. available in Brown or Orange only.

RG-22B/U • 95 Ohm • 18 AWG Stranded (7x26) .046″ Bare Copper Conductors** • Double Tinned Copper Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • PE Inner Jacket • Black Non-contaminating PVC Outer Jacket (Color Code: Clear, Clear)
80°C VW-1 9250 — 500 1000 152.4 304.8 61.5 27.9 121.0 54.9 18 AWG .285 (7x26) .046″ BC 6.6Ω/M′ 21.5Ω/km 7.24 (2) TC Braids .416 95% Shield Coverage .9Ω/M′ 3.0Ω/km 10.67 95 66% 16.0 52.5 1 10 20 50 100 400 .3 .9 1.3 2.1 3.0 6.3 1.0 3.0 4.3 6.9 9.8 20.7

CPE jacket optional.

RG-22B/U Type **1 conductor has tinned center strand. Non-contaminating PVC jacket.

100 Ohm • 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) .037″ One Tinned/One Bare Copper Conductors • Duofoil® + Double TC Braid Shield (95% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Black High-density Polyethylene Jacket
Direct Burial 80°C 9815 — 500 1000 2000 152.4 304.8 609.6 34.5 15.7 69.0 31.4 134.0 60.9 20 AWG .236 (7x28) .037″ (1) TC, (1) BC 9.5Ω/M′ 31.0Ω/km 5.99 TC Braid .330 95% Shield Coverage 2.0Ω/M′ 6.6Ω/km 8.38 100 66% 14.5 47.6 1 10 50 100 200 400 .4 1.1 2.5 4.1 6.4 10.2 1.3 3.6 8.2 13.5 21.0 33.5

BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • PE = Polyethylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1. *Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources and United States Mine Safety and Health Administration Certification. †Final put-up may vary from length shown. ±10% for spools or reels, ±5% for UnReel® cartons.

Teflon is a DuPont trademark.

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6.88

Computer and Instrumentation Cable
100 Ohm, 124 Ohm and 150 Ohm Twinax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

100 Ohm • 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) .037″ One TC/One BC Conductor • Duofoil® (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (86% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Polyethylene Inner Jacket • Black PVC Outer Jacket
75°C 9207 NEC: CM CL2 CEC: CMG FT4 100 30.5 U-500 U-152.4 500 152.4 1000 304.8 1640 500.0 2000 609.6 3280 1000.0 5000 1524.0 7.1 33.0 34.5 68.0 111.5 136.0 219.8 350.0 3.2 15.0 15.7 30.9 50.7 61.8 99.9 159.1 20 AWG .236 (7x28) .037″ (1) TC, (1) BC 9.5Ω/M′ 31.0Ω/km 5.99 Duofoil +86% TC Braid 1.7Ω/M′ 5.7Ω/km .330 8.38 100 66% 14.5 47.6 1 10 50 100 200 400 .3 1.2 2.8 4.1 6.4 10.2 1.0 3.9 9.2 13.5 21.0 33.5

For Plenum versions see 89207. CPE jacket optional.

IBM P/N 7362211

100 Ohm • 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) .037″ One TC/One BC Conductor • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + TC Braid Shield (85% Coverage) Plenum • FEP Insulation • Black FEP Jacket
200°C 89207 NEC: CMP CEC: CMP FT6 100 500 1000 30.5 152.4 304.8 6.7 3.0 26.0 11.8 55.0 25.0 20 AWG .201 (7x28) .037″ (1) TC, (1) BC 9.5Ω/M′ 31.2Ω/km 5.11 Duofoil +85% TC Braid 2.5Ω/M′ 8.2Ω/km .259 6.58 100 69.5% 14.0 46.0 1 10 50 100 200 300 400 .3 1.2 2.8 4.1 6.4 8.4 10.2 1.0 3.9 9.2 13.5 21.0 27.6 33.5

124 Ohm • 25 AWG Stranded (7x33) .021″ Tinned Copper Conductors • Beldfoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • Stranded TC Drain Wire Polyethylene Insulation • Blue PVC Jacket (Color Code: Clear, Blue)
UL AWM Style 2092 (300V 60°C) 9271 NEC: CM CEC: CM 100 30.5 500 152.4 U-1000 U-304.8 1000 304.8 3.2 1.5 12.5 5.7 27.0 12.3 28.0 12.7 25 AWG .170 (7x33) .021″ TC 31.8Ω/M′ 104.3Ω/km 4.32 Beldfoil 12.0Ω/M′ 39.4Ω/km .240 6.10 124 66% 12.2 40.0 1 10 50 100 200 400 .6 1.7 3.6 5.0 6.9 9.6 2.0 5.6 11.8 16.4 22.6 31.5

CPE jacket optional.

Shorting Fold

124 Ohm • 16 AWG Solid .051″ Bare Copper Conductors • Duofoil (100% Coverage) + Tinned Copper Braid Shield (90% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket (Color Code: Clear, Blue)
UL AWM Style 2448 (30V 60°C) VW-1 9860 NEC: CMX CEC: CMX 500 1000 2000 152.4 304.8 609.6 52.0 23.6 103.0 46.8 202.0 91.8 16 AWG .322 (solid) .051″ BC 4.2Ω/M′ 13.8Ω/km 8.18 Duofoil + 90% TC Braid 1.3Ω/M′ 4.3Ω/km .440 11.18 124 78% 10.9 35.8 1 10 50 100 200 400 .2 .7 1.8 2.9 4.1 6.2 .6 2.3 5.9 9.5 13.5 20.3

CPE jacket optional.

150 Ohm • 22 AWG Stranded (19x34) .031″ Tinned Copper Conductors • Duofoil Shield (100% Coverage) • Stranded TC Drain Wire Datalene® Insulation • Black PVC Jacket (Color Code: Black, Yellow)
UL AWM Style 2668 (30V 60°C) VW-1 9182 NEC: CMX CL2X CEC: CMX U-500 U-152.4 500 152.4 1000 304.8 21.5 9.8 23.0 10.4 44.0 20.0 22 AWG .275 (19x34) .031″ TC 14.0Ω/M′ 45.9Ω/km 6.98 Duofoil 6.3Ω/M′ 20.7Ω/km .345 8.76 150 78% 8.8 28.9 1 10 50 100 200 400 .4 1.2 2.7 4.3 6.2 8.8 1.3 3.9 8.7 14.1 20.3 28.9

For Plenum version of 9182, see 89182. Dual version: YR41609. CPE jacket optional.

Shorting Fold

Plenum • Foam FEP Teflon Insulation • Black FEP Teflon Jacket (Color Code: Black, Yellow)
89182 NEC: CMP CL2P CEC: CMP FT6 100 500 1000 30.5 152.4 304.8 6.4 2.9 28.0 12.7 53.0 24.1 22 AWG .278 (19x34) .031″ TC 14.0Ω/M′ 45.9Ω/km 7.06 Duofoil 6.3Ω/M′ 20.7Ω/km .307 7.80 150 78% 8.8 28.9 1 10 50 100 200 400 .4 1.2 2.7 4.3 6.2 8.8 1.3 3.9 8.7 14.1 20.3 28.9

BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • FEP = Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1. Teflon is a DuPont trademark.

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6.89

Computer and Instrumentation Cable
Electrical Characteristics — Twinax
Attenuation
7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 9859, 9272, 9463 9271 9851 9182 9207, 9815 9860 5000 4000 9271

Rise Time

Attenuation (db/100 Ft)

2.0

Transmission Distance (Feet)

9250

3000 2000 9859, 9272, 9463 9182 9250, 9450, 9815 9851 500 400 300 9860

1.0 .8 .6 0 .4 .3 .2

1000

1

2

3

4

5

6

8

10

20

30

40 50

200

Frequency (MHz)
100 .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 10.0

0 to 50% Rise Time (Microseconds)

Bit Rate
1000.0
5000 4000 9860

Transfer Impedance
9271 9851 9272, 9859 9815 100.0 9463 9207

Transmission Distance (Feet)

3000 2000

9271 1000 9851 9859, 9272, 9463

(Milliohms/Meter)

9182 9250, 9207, 9815

10.0 9250 9860

500 400 300 200

1.0

100 .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 10.0

0.1 .1 1.0 10.0 50.0

Bit Rate (Megabits/Sec.)

Frequency (MHz)

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6.90

Computer and Instrumentation Cable
50 Ohm Triax

Description

Part No.

Standard Nominal Conductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Core OD (stranding) C(UL) CEC Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm

Shielding Nominal OD Materials Nom. DCR Inch mm

Nominal Nom. Nom. Capacitance Imp. Vel. of (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m

Nominal Attenuation dB/ dB/ MHz 100 Ft. 100m

RG-58A/U Type • 20 AWG Stranded (7x28) .037″ Tinned Copper Conductor • Double Tinned Copper Braid Shield (96% Coverage) Polyethylene Insulation • Yellow PVC Jacket (Polyethylene Insulation between Braids)
75°C 9222 — 100 30.5 U-500 U-152.4 500 152.4 4.6 19.5 20.5 2.1 8.8 9.3 20 AWG .114 (7x28) .037″ TC 9.5Ω/M′ 31.0Ω/km 2.90 (2) TC Braids .240 96% Shield Coverage
Inner:

6.10

50

66%

30.8

101.0

4.7Ω/M′ 15.5Ω/km
Outer:

4.3Ω/M′ 14.1Ω/km

1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000

.5 1.5 3.3 4.9 7.2 12.0 18.0 22.0 24.0

1.6 4.9 10.8 16.1 23.6 39.4 57.1 72.2 78.7

RG-8/U Type • 11 AWG Stranded (7x19) .108″ Bare Copper Conductor • Double Bare Copper Braid Shield (96% Coverage) Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black Polyethylene Jacket (Polyethylene Insulation between Braids)
80°C 9888 — 500 1000 152.4 304.8 72.5 33.0 140.0 63.6 11 AWG (7x19) .108″ BC 1.2Ω/M′ 3.9Ω/km .285 7.24 (2) BC .480 96% Shield Coverage
Inner:

12.19

50

78%

26.0

85.3

1.2Ω/M′ 3.9Ω/km
Outer:

2.1Ω/M′ 4.9Ω/km
BC = Bare Copper • DCR = DC Resistance • TC = Tinned Copper Contact the Belden Customer Service Department for a Comprehensive Connector Cross Reference. 1-800-BELDEN-1.

1 10 50 100 200 400 700 900 1000

.1 .5 1.2 1.8 2.7 4.2 5.8 6.7 7.1

.5 1.7 3.9 5.9 8.9 13.8 19.0 22.0 23.3

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6.91

Amateur Radio and CB Coaxial Cable Assemblies
RG-8/U Type • 50 Ohm

Standard Nominal StandardConductor UL NEC/ Standard Lengths Unit Weight Lengths Core OD (stranding) Part Part Description Description C(UL) CEC No. No. Diameter Type Ft. m Lbs. Ft. kg Nom. DCR Inch mm m

Nominal Shielding Nominal OD Nom. Nom. Capacitance Standard Unit Weight Nominal ODNominal Attenuation Imp. Vel. Materials of Nom. DCR Inch mmkg (Ω) Prop. pF/Ft. pF/m MHz dB/ Lbs. Inch mm dB/ 100 Ft. 100m

RG-8/U Type • 11 AWG Stranded (7x19) BC Conductor • Military-Type Braid Coverage • Fitted with PL-259 Connectors on Both Ends Foam Polyethylene Insulation • Black PVC Jacket
9354 9355 9356 50 75 100 15.24 22.86 30.48 7.1 10.7 14.2 3.2 4.9 6.4 .403 .403 .403 10.24 10.24 10.24

Coax is 8214. See page 6.69 for product details. BC = Bare Copper

These cables are designed to be used with two-way systems, such as Citizens Band (CB), Commercial, Amateur, and Marine equipment applications. They provide a positive link between the transmitter and antenna or between the receiver and antenna.

They are capable of handling higher power requirements with lower signal losses. Packaged individually.

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Technical Information
Attenuation vs. Frequency for Belden® Broadband Coaxial Products

Frequency Point (MHz) 5 55 211 216 240 270 300 325 350 375 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 862 870 900 950 1000 1450 1800 2250 3000

Series 59 Nominal dB/100 Ft. .75 1.84 3.36 3.41 3.57 3.79 3.99 4.16 4.33 4.49 4.66 4.96 5.22 5.48 5.75 6.03 6.28 6.51 6.71 6.97 7.00 7.14 7.39 7.68 — — — — Nominal dB/100m 2.46 6.04 11.02 11.19 11.71 12.43 13.09 13.65 14.21 14.73 15.29 16.27 17.13 17.98 18.86 19.78 20.60 21.36 22.01 22.87 22.97 23.42 24.25 25.20 — — — — Maximum dB/100 Ft. .89 1.95 3.59 3.69 3.87 4.05 4.27 4.50 4.64 4.84 4.88 5.30 5.50 5.90 6.18 6.52 6.83 6.96 7.30 7.50 7.54 7.79 7.90 8.09 — — — — Maximum dB/100m 2.92 6.40 11.78 12.11 12.70 13.29 14.01 14.76 15.22 15.88 16.01 17.39 18.04 19.36 20.28 21.39 22.41 22.83 23.95 24.61 24.74 25.56 25.92 26.54 — — — — Nominal dB/100 Ft. .54 1.45 2.64 2.67 2.80 2.97 3.13 3.26 3.39 3.52 3.65 3.88 4.09 4.30 4.51 4.72 4.92 5.11 5.27 5.47 5.49 5.60 5.79 5.99 7.80 8.60 9.80 11.30

Series 6 Nominal dB/100m 1.77 4.76 8.66 8.76 9.19 9.74 10.27 10.70 11.12 11.55 11.97 12.73 13.42 14.11 14.80 15.49 16.14 16.76 17.29 17.95 18.01 18.37 19.00 19.65 25.60 28.20 32.20 37.10 Maximum dB/100 Ft. .67 1.60 2.87 2.95 3.09 3.24 3.43 3.59 3.72 3.87 4.00 4.26 4.48 4.71 4.94 5.18 5.45 5.59 5.75 5.98 6.00 6.11 6.35 6.54 8.00 8.80 10.00 11.90 Maximum dB/100m 2.20 5.25 9.42 9.68 10.14 10.63 11.25 11.78 12.20 12.70 13.12 13.98 14.70 15.45 16.21 16.99 17.88 18.34 18.86 19.62 19.68 20.05 20.83 21.46 26.20 28.90 32.80 39.00 Nominal dB/100 Ft. .34 .91 1.68 1.70 1.78 1.89 1.99 2.07 2.15 2.22 2.30 2.45 2.59 2.73 2.85 2.98 3.10 3.21 3.32 3.46 3.48 3.55 3.66 3.77 5.00 5.70 6.50 8.00

Series 11 Nominal dB/100m 1.12 2.99 5.51 5.58 5.84 6.20 6.53 6.79 7.05 7.28 7.55 8.04 8.50 8.96 9.35 9.78 10.17 10.53 10.89 11.35 11.42 11.65 12.01 12.37 16.41 18.70 21.33 26.25 Maximum dB/100 Ft. .38 .97 1.81 1.84 1.94 2.05 2.15 2.24 2.32 2.40 2.47 2.65 2.85 2.94 3.08 3.22 3.37 3.50 3.65 3.82 3.84 3.96 4.10 4.23 5.50 6.27 7.15 8.80 Maximum dB/100m 1.25 3.18 5.94 6.04 6.36 6.73 7.05 7.35 7.61 7.87 8.10 8.69 9.35 9.65 10.10 10.56 11.06 11.48 11.97 12.53 12.60 12.99 13.45 13.88 18.10 20.60 23.50 28.90

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Table of Contents
Flat Cable Introduction Gray Ribbon 9L300XX Series: .025″ Pitch, 30 AWG, PVC 2L280XX Series: 1mm Pitch, 28 AWG, PVC 9L280XX Series: .050″ Pitch, 28 AWG, PVC 9L260XX Series: .050″ Pitch, 26 AWG, PVC Rainbow 9R280XX Series: .050″ Pitch, 28 AWG, Color-coded PVC Page No. 7.2 7.3–7.6 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7–7.8 7.7 7.8 7.9–7.10 7.9 7.10 7.11 7.11 7.12 7.12 7.13–7.14

7

Flat Cable

8R280XX Series: .050″ Pitch, 28 AWG, Color-coded FEP Vari-Twist ® 9V280XX Series: .050″ Pitch, 28 AWG, PVC 8V280XX Series: .050″ Pitch, 28 AWG, FEP Shielded Jacketed 9L283XX Series: .050″ Pitch, 28 AWG, PVC Shielded Jacketed Vari-Twist 9V283XX Series: .050″ Pitch, 28 AWG, PVC Technical Information

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Registration of the conductors is one-to-one with the terminating connector or board so that proper contact assignment is almost automatic. b e l d e n . Rainbow. Flexibility Flat cable is extremely flexible when bent in the plane of its thin cross-section. It is designed for use by assemblers who use automated terminating equipment. If you have a new or unusual application or you cannot find a flat cable in this catalog section that meets your technical requirements. Reliability The simplicity of flat cable with its parallel conductor geometry eliminates many of the common sources of wiring error and malfunction. consequently having higher efficiency in dissipating heat. Such things as redundant insulating materials. time delay. The copper cross-section can thus be reduced to what’s required to carry the current load or to satisfy voltage drop requirements. in a cardboard container. which is more efficient than working with individual conductors at one time.g. Greater Strength Strength is enhanced by the fact that all conductors and insulation equally share tensile loads. Space and Weight Reduction The use of flat cable often eliminates much of the conventional wire weight and bulk. An additional feature is the 9″ inner tail exposed through the flange.8 0 0 . Belden is committed to offering quality flat cable products at a competitive price. rotating arms. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . ● ● Benefits of Flat Cable ● Mass Termination Terminating flat cable is done with the entire group of conductors as a unit. along with a continuous and consistent dielectric. crosstalk and attenuation. This flexibility has been utilized in applications where continuous or high flexing is necessary. May contain more than one piece. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Layers of flat cable are more effectively packed for higher conductor density than round cable. Ease of Handling Flat cable folds and bends readily. ● H100: A one-piece 100′ length. fillers and tapes are not required. fastens easily with clamps. are consistent. inspection and circuit tracing.F L A T C A B L E 7. ● Reduced Skewing Effects Due to the conductors having the exact physical and electrical length. and eliminates the installation and lacing difficulties associated with round wire cabling. adhesive. etc.2 Introduction Subhead Belden ® flat cables are designed using the same expertise and design sophistication that made Belden a leader in round cable. which is necessary for in-line testing. ● Flat Cable Packaging Packaging of flat cable is offered in one or more of the following configurations. time delays between signals within a given flat cable are minimized. Visible conductors in a fixed position within the dielectric simplify coding. as noted in the Physical Specifications table for each product: 100: 100′ put-up in a cardboard container. Whatever your application. drawers. the electrical characteristics. contact Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1. In addition. H300: 300′ length in a cardboard container may contain more than one piece. R300: 300′ length put-up on a reel may contain more than one piece. c o m . such as impedance. This enables users to terminate the cable end to a device. e. Many of these are available off the shelf from local distributors. the composite flat cable construction is so mechanically strong that it is not necessary to have large conductors for strength. conforms to the mounting area. inductance. Greater Current Carrying Capacity Flat cables have greater surface-to-volume ratio than their round cable counterparts. doors.1 • w w w . Our extensive line includes Gray Ribbon. High-Density Interconnections The cabling density achievable using flat cable is superior to that using conventional cable because of the high wire-to-cable cross-sectional density. Consistent Electrical Characteristics Because the conductor spacing is fixed and the geometry of the cable is constant. or double-faced tape.B E L D E N . capacitance. Vari-Twist ® and Shielded and Jacketed Flat Cable options. ● ● ● ● Note: Material on this page obtained from and printed with the permission of the Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits (IPC). This allows a higher current level for a given temperature rise and conductor cross-section.

Wall Gray PVC .0075″ Nom.650 ±.002″ . with a Red polarity stripe for proper circuit alignment.52 ns/ft.225 ±.18 31.013″ ±.009 15.14 µH/ft. significant reduction in components can be achieved. Color Code: Gray with Red polarity stripe. With the miniaturization of the interconnects. Application: Internal interconnection or internal wiring of electronic equipment.1 • w w w . Gray PVC .3 Gray Ribbon 9L300XX Series 7 • Flat Cable Span “B” mm Inch mm . 30 AWG.12 ±. The cable is constructed of stranded 30 AWG (7x38) tinned copper conductors. 30 AWG (7x38) Tinned Copper .010 1.007 31.B E L D E N . The cable is UL approved and CSA certified. Insulation material consists of Gray PVC. PVC Product Description Belden’s miniaturized .027″ ±.025″ Pitch.005″ Part No.28 1. Dimensions Width “A” Inch 9L30026 9L30050† † 26 50 . 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Frequency (MHz) Teflon is a DuPont trademark.F L A T C A B L E 7. CSA: FT1 File #E12683.88 ±. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 0 0 . Style 2678 File #LL7874. greater design flexibility. . (79 pF/m) . H300 150V RMS . c o m .5A 108Ω/1000 ft.75 ±. No.002″ B A Physical Specifications Conductor Insulation Pitch Temperature Rating Flammability Rating UL Approval CSA Approval Packaging Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance* Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* *Test Configuration: G-S-G (ground-signal-ground).011 16. (4. >1 x 1010Ω • 10 ft.050″ contact IDC connectors while assuring consistent and reliable electrical characteristics. other sizes are available upon request. The cable is manufactured to precise tolerances which allows for mass-termination to standard .625 ±. CSA AWM I A 105°C 150V FT1 H100. of Cond.025″ ±.002″ -40 to +105°C UL: VW-1.025″ pitch extruded gray ribbon cable provides higher signal density. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . b e l d e n . Standard conductor counts are 26 and 50.25 .23 Available in H100 packaging only.99 ns/m) Unbalanced Crosstalk 8 7 Far end 50 Near end 100 Attenuation Crosstalk (%) 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3 9L300XX Series 5 7 Attenuation (dB/100 ft.0075″ Nom.46 µH/m) 1. and an alternative to the expensive Teflon® transmission cables. (. (3m) 70Ω 24 pF/ft.025″ ± .51 ±. Dimensions Red Polarity Stripe On #1 Conductor 30 AWG (7 X 38) Tin-Plated Copper .250 ±.) 10 5 9L300XX Series 1 10 Pulse Rise Time (ns) Cable Length: 10 ft. and passes the VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test.

9 ±. 28 AWG.30 .0354″ ±. The cable provides improved space reduction.010″) Nom.0 ±.0020″) B A 300V RMS 1A 68. (4.051mm (.2Ω/1000 ft. No.0 ±0.9 ±0.335 ±.9 ±. R300 1. Application: Internal interconnection or internal wiring of electronic equipment.002″) -40 to +105°C UL: VW-1.012 1. 0.012 1.535 ±.008 1. The cable is constructed of stranded 28 AWG (7x36) tinned copper conductors. the electrical performance meets those requirements specified by the SCSI-3 parallel interface document.8 0 0 .5 pF/ft. Part No.30 49.0 ±.929 ±.30 39. Physical Specifications Conductor Insulation Pitch Temperature Rating Flammability Rating UL Approval CSA Approval Packaging Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance* Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* *Test Configuration: G-S-G (ground-signal-ground).) 15 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 10 20 2L280XX Series Pulse Rise Time (ns) Cable Length: 10 ft.52 µH/m) 1. PVC Product Description Belden’s 1mm (.F L A T C A B L E 7. Gray PVC . >1 x 1010Ω • 10 ft.9 ±.20 33. Wall Gray PVC 1mm ± 0.0394″ ± . b e l d e n . of Cond.30 43.0177″) Nom. Style 2651 File #LL7874.0394″ ±.08mm (. Color Code: Gray with Black polarity stripe.012 25.450mm (.012 1.0 ±.984 ±. 34. c o m . and passes the VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test. Dimensions Black Polarity Stripe On #1 Conductor 28 AWG (7 X 36) Tin-Plated Copper 0.571 ±.254mm (. (.020 ±.20 33.0 ±.30 49.010″ Nom. 40.30 39. (3m) 90Ω 16. The cable is UL approved and CSA certified.8 ns/m) Unbalanced Crosstalk* 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3 2L280XX Series 5 7 Near End Far End 25 20 Attenuation* Crosstalk (%) Attenuation (dB/100 ft.728 ±.03937″ pitch) extruded gray ribbon cable was designed for the disk drive market where the 2mm IDC connector is widely used.4 Gray Ribbon 2L280XX Series 1mm Pitch. 44 and 50. Standard conductor counts are 26. CSA: FT1 File #E12683.B E L D E N .299 ±. easy breakouts for circuit routing.693 ±. with a Black polarity stripe for proper circuit alignment.0 ±. Dimensions Width “A” Inch mm Inch Span “B” mm 2L28026** 2L28034** 2L28040** 2L28044** 2L28050 26 34 40 44 50 1. In addition. 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . CSA AWM I A 105°C 300V FT1 H100.012 25.16 µH/ft.9 ±.012 1.9 ±.1 • w w w .47 ns/ft.30 **Available in H100 packaging only. and maintains the current carrying capacity required for these applications.51mm (.965 ±. other sizes are available upon request.012 1.012 1.30 43. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0031″) 28 AWG (7x36) Tinned Copper . Insulation material consists of Gray PVC. (54 pF/m) .008 1.

>1 x 1010Ω • 10 ft. Unbalanced Crosstalk* 8 7 25 20 Far end Attenuation (dB/100 ft.45 ±.008 1.75 ±.20 44.48 ±.012 3.003″ .008 .008 .012 11.050″ pitch extruded gray ribbon cable was designed for general purpose electronic interconnect applications. (.012 3.70 ±.008 .20 16.8 0 0 .45 ±.25 ±.008 1.16 ±.02 ±.13 ±.20 31.050″ ±. (49 pF/m) .008 1.85 ±.008 . The cable is UL approved and CSA certified.05 ±.008 . Belden’s (9L280XX Series) .30 46.008 . Insulation material consists of Gray PVC.050″ Pitch. (3m) 105Ω 15 pF/ft.20 24.01 ±. Application: Internal interconnection or internal wiring of electronic equipment.20 30.65 ±.5 Gray Ribbon 9L280XX Series 7 • Flat Cable Span “B” mm Inch mm .91 ±. The cable provides reliable mass-termination to standard . Dimensions Width “A” Inch 28 AWG (7x36) Tinned Copper .035″ ±.012 1. PVC Product Description Part No. Style 2651 File #LL7874.45 ±0.80 ±.65 ±.20 11.002″ .025″ ±.007″ B A . other sizes are available upon request.20 45.43 ±.30 80.50 ±.2Ω/1000 ft.75 ±.00 ±.30 ±. Dimensions Red Polarity Stripe On #1 Conductor 28 AWG (7 X 36) Tin-Plated Copper .6 ns/m) . The cable is constructed of stranded 28 AWG (7x36) tinned copper conductors.012 2.70 ±. R300 9L28009 9L28010 9L28014† 9L28015** 9L28016 9L28020 9L28024† 9L28025 9L28026 9L28034 9L28036** 9L28037** 9L28040 9L28050 9L28060 9L28064 9 10 14 15 16 20 24 25 26 34 36 37 40 50 60 64 .95 ±.40 ±.75 ±.30 81.20 43. Physical Specifications Conductor Insulation Pitch Temperature Rating Flammability Rating UL Approval CSA Approval Packaging Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance* Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* *Test Configuration: G-S-G (ground-signal-ground). Color Code: Gray with Red polarity stripe (standard).012 2.20 ±. CSA AWM I A 105°C 300V FT1 H100.20 ±. H300. (4.008 .80 ±.70 ±. b e l d e n .99 ±.40 ±.75 ±.20 17.012 2.05 ±.010″ Nom.50 ±.66 µH/m) 1.80 ±.050″ ± .20 25.51 ±.20 µH/ft.78 ±.12 2.20 30.15 ±.30 50.20 19.008 1.23 ±.20 ±.70 ±. Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .32 ±.95 ±. Standard [UL & CSA] No. CSA: FT1 File #E12683.008 1.20 20.010″ Nom.00 ±. flexibility.) 15 Attenuation* Crosstalk (%) 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3 Near end 9L280XX Series 5 7 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 9L280XX Series 2 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Pulse Rise Time (ns) Cable Length: 10 ft.008 1.25 ±.30 49. Gray PVC 300V RMS 1A 68.100″ contact IDC connectors.43 ±.50 ±. and passes the VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test.20 17.72 ±.30 74.75 ±.008 1. with a Red polarity stripe for proper circuit alignment.18 ±.20 19.20 41.21 ±.1 • w w w .20 29. Various conductor counts are standard. Wall Gray PVC .15 ±.45 ±.30 63.008 1.53 ±.20 33.93 ±.012 10.20 ±.30 **Available in H100 packaging only.008 1. 28 AWG.008 1.30 76.20 31.012 3.008 .00 ±. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .30 .72 ±.010″ Nom. † Not available in R300 packaging.F L A T C A B L E 7.30 62. c o m .48 ±.002″ -40 to +105°C UL: VW-1. of Cond.28 ±. consistent electricals and breakouts can be made easily with the tear feature design.B E L D E N .40 ns/ft.80 ±.20 12.008 .008 1.95 ±.78 ±.012 1.30 45.012 1.

of Cond.35 ±.B E L D E N .00 ±.20 30.53 ±.20 25.008 1. Insulation material consists of Gray PVC.008 1.70 ±.008 1.038″ ± . †† Not available in R300 packaging.48 ±.40 ±.20 ±.008 2. Belden’s (9L260XX series) .002″ .65 ±.20 49.20 16.48 ns/ft.70 ±.008 1. † Not available in H300 packaging.51 ±.20 24. Color Code: Gray with Blue polarity stripe (standard). Dimensions Width “A” Inch mm Inch Span “B” mm 9L26010 9L26014†† 9L26016** 9L26020†† 9L26025** 9L26026†† 9L26034** 9L26040† 9L26068** 10 14 16 20 25 26 34 40 68 .012 12. The cable is constructed of stranded 26 AWG (7x34) tinned copper conductors.95 ±.010″ Nom.F L A T C A B L E 7. (3m) 90Ω 18 pF/ft.010″ Nom.30 .) 15 300V RMS 1. (. Various conductor counts are standard.8 0 0 .008 . Unbalanced Crosstalk* 8 7 Far end Near end 25 20 Attenuation* Crosstalk (%) 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3 Attenuation (dB/100 ft.20 31. Physical Specifications Conductor Insulation Pitch Temperature Rating Flammability Rating UL Approval CSA Approval Packaging Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance* Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* *Test Configuration: G-S-G (ground-signal-ground).050″ Pitch.09 ±.80 ±.20 19. PVC Product Description Part No.20 43.80 ±.008 .002″ allowing mateability with all standard IDC connectors.18 ±. and passes the VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test.02 ±.20 50.20 41. (59.85 ns/m) 9L260XX Series 5 7 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 9L260XX Series 2 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Pulse Rise Time (ns) Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . c o m . Application: Internal interconnection or internal wiring of electronic equipment.13 ±.20 17.100″ contact IDC connectors. CSA: FT1 File #E12683.20 20.78 ±.008 .30 86. consistent electricals and breakouts can be made easily with the tear feature design.012 3.20 33.40 ±.30 **Available in H100 packaging only. (4. CSA AWM I A 105°C 300V FT1 H100. In addition.050″ pitch extruded gray ribbon cable was designed for general purpose electronic interconnect applications where higher current carrying capacities are required.008 .050″ ± .002″ -40 to +105°C UL: VW-1.91 ±.25 ±. H300.43 ±.20 31. As with the 9L280XX series.008 1. the overall cable thickness is only .025″ ±.038″ ±.75 ±.70 ±. other sizes are available upon request.002″ .010″ Nom.05 ±. Gray PVC 26 AWG (7x34) Tinned Copper . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .49 µH/m) 1.95 ±. Style 2651 File #LL7874.008 1.008 1.75 ±. >1 x 1010Ω • 10 ft.06 pF/m) . R300 . The design also conforms to the electrical performance specifications outlined by the SCSI-3 parallel interface document.012 3.25 ±. b e l d e n .008 1.007″ B A . Dimensions Blue Polarity Stripe On #1 Conductor 26 AWG (7 X 34) Tin-Plated Copper .012 11.65 ±. the cable provides reliable mass-termination to standard . with a Blue polarity stripe for proper circuit alignment.45 ±. Wall Gray PVC .008 . flexibility.30 ±. 26 AWG.75 ±.5A 43Ω/1000 ft. The cable is UL approved and CSA certified.50 ±.0 ±.15 µH/ft.1 • w w w . Standard [UL & CSA] No.32 ±.6 Gray Ribbon 9L260XX Series .050″ ±.36 ±.30 85.

95 ±.28 24. Designed for mass-termination with standard IDC connectors. Purple. (49 pF/m) .011 1.30 1.15 ±. Part No. White.51 Dimensions A B .38 80.32 25.20 ±. Sequence is repeated as necessary.50 .80 63. Green.050″ Pitch.050″ ± . along with easy breakouts for circuit routing.20 12.00 2. color-coded PVC pre-insulated singles — laminated to a single clear PVC substrate.53 ±.18 46.99 50.38 62. other sizes are available upon request.50 76.45 ±.15 ±. (4. Application: Internal interconnection or internal wiring of electrical equipment.050″ ±. Physical Specifications Conductor Insulation Substrate Pitch Temperature Rating Flammability Rating UL Approval CSA Approval Packaging Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance* Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* *Test Configuration: G-S-G (ground-signal-ground).95 ±. >1 x 1010Ω • 10 ft.66 µH/m) 1.050″ pitch. of Cond.015 1.28 45. Black.70 .40 ns/ft. Fourteen various conductor counts are standard. Red. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .78 20.65 ±.011 1. Color Code: Brown.80 1. Gray.20 1.80 ±.010″ Nom.40 30.48 ±. b e l d e n .75 ±.005″ -20 to +105°C UL: VW-1 File #E12663.011 1.042″ ±. (.1 • w w w .00 3. Color-coded PVC Product Description Belden’s .75 33.28 31. 28 AWG.70 1.70 17.38 74. Wall Color-coded PVC .7 Rainbow 9R280XX Series 7 • Flat Cable Span “B” mm Inch mm .95 ±.003″ .01 ±. Yellow. No.28 41.007 .28 30.010″ Clear PVC Substrate 300V RMS 1A 68. Blue.28 29.011 . color-coded PVC flat cable allows for quick identification and circuit tracing.28 .010″ Nom.05 ±.50 3.015 3.85 2.6 ns/m) Unbalanced Crosstalk* 8 25 20 Attenuation* Crosstalk (%) 6 Far End Near End 15 4 Attenuation (dB/100 ft.65 ±. (3m) 105Ω 15 pF/ft.2Ω/1000 ft.25 ±.011 1.00 1.43 ±.) 2 9R280XX Series 0 3 5 7 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 9R280XX Series 2 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90100 Pulse Rise Time (ns) Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .020 11.011 1.010″ Nom.015 2.F L A T C A B L E 7.8 0 0 .75 ±.51 ±.02 43.18 16.45 ±.20 µH/ft. Wall Clear PVC . Style 2884 Available upon request 100 9R28010 9R28014 9R28016 9R28020 9R28024 9R28025 9R28026 9R28034 9R28037 9R28040 9R28050 9R28060 9R28064 10 14 16 20 24 25 26 34 37 40 50 60 64 .13 ±. Orange.93 ±. c o m .20 81.015 2.38 49.25 1.23 ±.005″ .B E L D E N .21 ±.48 31. Color Coded PVC 28 AWG (7 X 36) Tin-Plated Copper .91 ±. Dimensions Width “A” Inch 28 AWG (7x36) Tinned Copper .007 .72 ±. The cable is UL approved (CSA available upon request) and passes the VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test.18 19. the cable is constructed of stranded 28 AWG (7x36) tinned copper conductors.

low out-gassing and chemical resistant applications.70 . Sequence is repeated as necessary. (4.50 76.F L A T C A B L E 7.28 30. color-coded FEP flat cable allows for high and low temperature.015 2.18 µH/ft.18 19.00 1. Yellow.007 .51 28 AWG (7x36) Silver-plated Copper .B E L D E N .1 • w w w .011 .38 80.32 25. Application: Internal wiring of appliances or electronic equipment.95 ±. along with easy breakouts for circuit routing.38 62. of Cond.5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90100 Pulse Rise Time (ns) Cable Length: 10 ft.015 3.8 Rainbow 8R280XX Series .40 31. Thirteen various conductor counts are standard. No.45 ±.0 6. 70.011 1. Blue. May be additionally marked “For 300V Peak Electronic Use Only.59 µH/m) 1.5 pF/ft.010″ Clear FEP Substrate 150V RMS 1A 68.020 11.0 2.50 3. color-coded FEP pre-insulated singles — laminated to a single clear FEP substrate.0 5.0 9.20 ±. Black.003″ . IEEE: 383-1974 70.45 ±. improved electricals.95 ±.75 ±.015 2. and provides quick identification and circuit tracing.010″ Nom. (.72 ±.99 50.050″ ±.28 .050″ pitch.18 16.” Physical Specifications Conductor Insulation Substrate Pitch Temperature Rating Flammability Rating UL Approval Packaging Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance* Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* *Test Configuration: G-S-G (ground-signal-ground).23 ±. the cable is constructed of stranded 28 AWG (7x36) silver-plated copper conductors.050″ Pitch.010″ Nom.50 . Color Coded FEP 28 AWG (7 X 36) Silver-Plated Copper .005″ -70 to +150°C UL: VW-1.011 1.15 ±.8 0 0 .011 1. Style 20468 100 Dimensions A B .010″ Nom.28 41. Wall Color-coded FEP .28 45. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .80 ±.80 63.80 1.5 2.0 8.18 46.93 ±. Gray.65 ±.015 1.75 ±.0 1.13 ±.02 43. Purple.2Ω/1000 ft. The cable is UL approved and passes the IEEE 383-1974.0 7.05 ±. Red.38 74. 28 AWG.75 33. Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0 4.00 3. b e l d e n . other sizes are available upon request. Dimensions Width “A” Inch mm Inch Span “B” mm 8R28010 8R28014 8R28016 8R28020 8R28025 8R28026 8R28034 8R28037 8R28040 8R28050 8R28060 8R28064 10 14 16 20 25 26 34 37 40 50 60 64 .30 1.95 ±.01 ±. Designed for mass-termination with standard IDC connectors.78 20. Green. c o m .30 ns/ft. White.007 .20 81.20 12.53 ±.70 1.5 pF/m) .005″ . Color-coded FEP (High Temperature) Product Description Belden’s . Part No. >1 x 1011Ω • 10 ft.70 17. (34.25 ±.25 1.91 ±.050″ ± .48 ±.3 ns/m) Unbalanced Crosstalk* 8 8R280XX Series 6 4 Near End 15. (3m) 120Ω 10. Orange.38 49.85 2.042″ ±.) Crosstalk (%) 8R280XX Series 3.000 BTU Flame Test.000 BTU File #E12683.51 ±.011 1. Color Code: Brown.28 31.00 2.0 Attenuation* 2 Far End 0 3 5 7 Attenuation (dB/100 ft.0 10. Wall Clear FEP .65 ±.43 ±.28 24.

050″ ± . Vari-Twist can also be manufactured to your own specific requirements whether that be longer or shorter twist sections and/or flat sections.43 ±.F L A T C A B L E 7. unbalanced. Sequence is repeated as necessary.042″ ±.012 . c o m .25 ns/m) 8 6 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 10 9V280XX Series 2 Far end 9V280XX Series 0 3 5 7 Pulse Rise Time (ns) 20 30 40 50 60 70 8090100 Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .015 1. Green/Tan.010″ Nom.005″ Pairs 1/2″ Nom.38 41.65 ±.64mm) . Purple/Tan. 28 AWG.8mm +12.00 1.012 .00 3. (. Style Dual Rated 2693 & 2697 CSA Approval Available Upon Request Packaging H100 Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance (Balanced) Impedance* (Unbalanced) Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* *Test Configuration: G-S (ground-signal). (52 pF/m) .020 11. Blue/Tan.025″ (.050″ ±.27mm ±0. (457. Tan (No.05 ±.93 ±.38 31.75 ±.01 ±.24 µH/ft.50 76.45 ±.51 ±. PVC Product Description Belden’s PVC Vari-Twist 9V280XX series was designed to reduce crosstalk in the balanced mode by twisting the pairs. Red/Tan. Physical Specifications Conductor 28 AWG (7x36) Tinned Copper Insulation . Gray/Tan. Black/Tan.B E L D E N .15 ±. Wall Clear PVC Pitch Twisted Pair Centers: . Orange/Tan. Color Code: Each pair consists of a Tan conductor paired with a color-coded conductor.9 Vari-Twist ® 9V280XX Series 7 • Flat Cable Span “B” mm Inch mm .20 12. No.5″/-0 (50. (5. Application: Internal interconnection or internal wiring of electronic equipment.5″ (508mm ±12.80 2.017 2.43 49. (3m) 115Ω 100Ω 16 pF/ft.53 ±.28 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . each adjacent pair is twisted in the opposite direction.32 25.50 .20mm) 20″ ±.95 ±.017 2.91 ±.100″ (2.80 63.70 1. color-coded PVC pre-insulated singles — laminated to a single clear PVC substrate.) 300V RMS 1A 68.08mm) Brown (No.017 1.30 19.79 µH/m) 1.010″ Nom. but can be mass-terminated in the programmed flat sections with any standard IDC connector.75 ±.70 17. To further reduce crosstalk.14 for Balanced Crosstalk) Attenuation* 20 15 Crosstalk (%) 4 Near end Attenuation (dB/100 ft.72 50.75 ±. Yellow/Tan.0″ +. Wall Color-coded PVC Substrate .00 2. Lay Adjacent Pairs have Opposite Direction Lay Construction 18″ of Twisted Pairs 2″ of Flat Section Temperature Rating -20 to +105°C Flammability Rating UL: VW-1 UL Approval File #E12683. >1 x 1010Ω • 10 ft.80 1. Unbalanced Crosstalk* (See page 7. Color Sequence Each Terminating Section: Brown/Tan.60 ns/ft.020 3.38 44. The cable is UL approved (CSA available upon request) and passes the VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test.51 80.45 ±. b e l d e n . Upon your request.7/-0) NOTE: the transition area is included in the twisted section to assure a full 2 Inches of flat termination area.1 • w w w .25 ±.012 .050″ spaced conductors.95 ±.50 3.18 45.40 33. other sizes are available upon request.65 ±.015 1.13 ±.03mm) B Section Thru Flat .8 0 0 .003″ (1 .080″ (2.45 ±.70 . 1 Common) Part No.31 16.02 43.30 24.100″ Nom.20 81.70mm) 2.43 62.43 74.78 20.95 ±.2Ω/1000 ft. Conductor Centers in Flat: .54mm) Section Thru Twist . The standard twist length is 18 inches followed by a 2 inch flat section of .1 Signal) . White/Tan.30 1. of Pairs Dimensions Width “A” Inch 9V28010 9V28014 9V28016 9V28020 9V28026 9V28034 9V28036 9V28040 9V28050 9V28060 9V28064 5 7 8 10 13 17 18 20 25 30 32 .005″ (1 .050″ Pitch.51 Dimensions A .015 1.23 ±. 3mm) 1 Twist Flat Termination Area 18″ Nom. The cable consists of stranded 28 AWG (7x36) tinned copper. Eleven various conductor/pair counts are standard.07mm ±0.

3mm) 1 Flat Termination Area 18″ Nom.5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90100 Far end 0 3 5 7 Pulse Rise Time (ns) Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Upon your request. To further reduce crosstalk.72 µH/m) 1.0 8. Color Code: Each pair consists of a Tan conductor paired with a color-coded conductor. (. colorcoded FEP pre-insulated singles — laminated to a single clear FEP substrate. >1 x 1011Ω • 10 ft.45 ±.1 • w w w .75 ±.5″ (508mm ±12. Wall Clear FEP Pitch Twisted Pair Centers: . Vari-Twist can also be manufactured to your own specific requirements whether that be longer or shorter twist sections and/or flat sections. Twist Part No.54mm) Section Thru Twist . FEP (High Temperature) Product Description Belden’s FEP Vari-Twist 8V280XX series allows for high and low temperature. improved electricals.32 ns/ft. Application: Internal wiring of appliances or electronic equipment. Black/Tan. The cable consists of stranded 28 AWG (7x36) silver-plated copper. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .25 ±. Gray/Tan.015 1.00 12.020 11.31 24. Style 20468 Packaging 100 Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance (Balanced) Impedance* (Unbalanced) Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* *Test Configuration: G-S (ground-signal). low out-gassing.F L A T C A B L E 7.38 44.80 76.0 2.78 25. Purple/Tan.43 74.017 1.015 1.43 ±.02 45.000 BTU Flame Test.6 pF/ft.40 33. The cable is UL approved and passes the IEEE 383-1974 70. Unbalanced Crosstalk* 150V RMS 1A 68. 1 Common) Section Thru Flat .80 2.7/-0) NOTE: the transition area is included in the twisted section to assure a full 2 Inches of flat termination area.65 ±.042″ ±.45 ±.78 pF/m) . (4. Orange/Tan. other sizes are available upon request.050″ ± .012 .51 ±.100″ Nom.43 49. and chemical resistant applications. The cable was designed to reduce crosstalk in the balanced mode by twisting the pairs but can be mass-terminated in the programmed flat sections with any standard IDC connector.07mm ±0.010″ Nom.27mm ±0.0 3. White/Tan.050″ Pitch.20mm) 20″ ±.0 6.00 3.005″ (1 .2Ω/1000 ft.) 10 9. unbalanced.012 . No. c o m . Color Sequence Each Terminating Section: Brown/Tan.025″ (.5 2.30 1.08mm) Brown (No.20 . b e l d e n .38 31.0 1.8 0 0 .13 ±. Eight various conductor/pair counts are standard. each adjacent pair is twisted in the opposite direction.03mm) B Tan (No.0 5.B E L D E N . (34.22 µH/ft. Wall Color-coded FEP Substrate .51 Dimensions A .1 Signal) .95 ±.000 BTU UL Approval File #E12683.100″ (2.53 ±.64mm) . Lay Adjacent Pairs have Opposite Direction Lay Construction 18″ of Twisted Pairs 2″ of Flat Section Temperature Rating -70 to +150°C Flammability Rating UL: VW-1.005″ Pairs 1/2″ Nom. The standard twist length is 18 inches followed by a 2 inch flat section of . of Pairs Dimensions Width “A” Inch mm Inch Span “B” mm 8V28010 8V28014 8V28020 8V28026 8V28036 8V28040 8V28060 5 7 10 13 18 20 30 . Conductor Centers in Flat: .10 Vari-Twist ® 8V280XX Series . (457.33 ns/m) 16 8V280XX Series 15 Attenuation* 8V280XX Series Crosstalk (%) 12 Near end 8 4 Attenuation (dB/100 ft.” Physical Specifications Conductor 28 AWG (7x36) Silver-plated Copper Insulation . Sequence is repeated as necessary.5″/-0 (50. May be additionally marked “For 300V Peak Electronic Use Only. Green/Tan.75 ±. and provides quick identification and circuit tracing.050″ spaced conductors. Blue/Tan.017 2.70mm) 2.72 50.00 1.93 ±. Red/Tan.70 17.0 4.95 ±.95 ±.0″ +. Yellow/Tan.080″ (2. (3m) 145Ω 130Ω 10.8mm +12. 28 AWG.003″ (1 . IEEE 383-1974 70.010″ Nom.0 7.50 .31 16.050″ ±.70 1.

70 ns/ft.40 1. Black PVC Jacket A 100% Coverage Duofoil® Shield (Aluminum/Polyester/ Aluminum) B (2) 28 AWG (7 X 36) Tin-Plated Copper Drain Wire(s) Near Cable Edge .11 µH/ft.72 49. CSA: FT1 File #E12683.11 Shielded Jacketed 9L283XX Series 7 • Flat Cable Span “B” mm Inch mm . ease of termination.94 34.43 ±.20 45.050″ Pitch.012 2.010″ Nom. c o m .70 ±.008 1.30 74.30 49.59 27. of Cond.20 31.012 2. (164 pF/m) .008 1. The core cable is Belden’s 9L280XX PVC series allowing easy termination to any standard IDC connector.10 2.008 1.002″ Duofoil Shield (Aluminum/Polyester/Aluminum) Two 28 AWG (7x36) Tinned Copper .8 0 0 .050″ ± .56 45.20 17.95 ±. CSA AWM II A 105°C 300V FT1 100 Part No. Color Code: Gray with Red polarity stripe. (. All cables are 100% shielded with a Duofoil ® shield (aluminum/polyester/aluminum) and can be terminated with the two 28 AWG drain wires.23 ±.F L A T C A B L E 7. *Test Configuration: G-S-G (ground-signal-ground).40 ±. (5. the cable provides shielding from external electrical interference along with excellent crosstalk attenuation.20 30.B E L D E N .45 ±. b e l d e n . and passes the VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test. 28 AWG. No. Wall Black PVC -20 to +105°C UL: VW-1.) 9L283XX Series 15 9L283XX Series 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90100 Pulse Rise Time (ns) Cable Length: 10 ft.20 ±.008 . The cable is UL approved and CSA certified. (3m) 45Ω 50 pF/ft.78 ±. >1 x 1010Ω • 10 ft.04 78.91 ±.24 21.60 3. while providing exterior protection from the environment. In addition.97 15.30 62. Wall Gray PVC .93 ±.6 ns/m) 28 AWG (7x36) Tinned Copper . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .20 41.85 1. Physical Specifications Conductor Insulation Pitch Shielding Drain Wires Jacket Temperature Rating Flammability Rating UL Approval CSA Approval Packaging Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance* Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* 300V RMS 1A 68. Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .008 1.10 13.53 53.13 ±.65 ±.038″ Nom.35 1. with shield grounded.95 ±.2Ω/1000 ft.012 1. other sizes are available upon request.60 . and reduced space requirements.008 .29 35.95 2.80 1.75 ±. PVC Product Description Belden’s shielded jacketed 9L283XX series was designed to help meet the FCC EMI/RFI requirements.1 • w w w .72 ±.53 ±. Style 20081 File #LL7874. Width “A” Inch Dimensions 9L28309 9L28310 9L28315 9L28320 9L28325 9L28326 9L28334 9L28337 9L28340 9L28350 9L28360 9 10 15 20 25 26 34 37 40 50 60 . The thin extruded jacket allows for greater flexibility.122″ ±.74 .012 10.34 66.30 Dimensions .36 µH/m) 1.20 11.10 1.012″ Belden’s Standard 9L280XX Ribbon Cable Unbalanced Crosstalk* 8 7 25 20 Attenuation* Crosstalk (%) 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3 Near end 5 7 Far end Attenuation (dB/100 ft.80 ±.45 ±.16 ±.008 .55 .25 ±.95 ±. Thirteen various conductor counts are standard.038″ Nom.20 24.48 ±. Application: External interconnection or internal wiring of electronic equipment.

the cable provides shielding from external electrical interference along with excellent crosstalk attenuation.30 16.F L A T C A B L E 7. As with the 9V280XX series. Ten various conductor/pair counts are standard. Purple/Tan. 28 AWG. Red/Tan.) 9V283XX Series 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 10 0 Pulse Rise Time (ns) 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90100 *Test Configuration: G-S-G (ground-signal-ground) with shield grounded. Orange/Tan. No.017 11. White/Tan. Application: External interconnection or internal wiring of electronic equipment.04 .010″ Nom.010″ Nom. The core cable is Belden’s 9V280XX PVC series to allow easy termination to any standard IDC connector.13 µH/ft.012 1. c o m . The cable is UL approved (CSA available upon request) and passes the VW-1 Vertical Wire Flame Test.75 ±.038″ Nom.38 62.43 µH/m) 1.050″ ± . Lay Adjacent Pairs have Opposite Direction Lay Construction 18″ of Twisted Pairs 2″ of Flat Section Shielding Duofoil Shield (Aluminum/Polyester/Aluminum) Drain Wires Jacket Temperature Rating Flammability Rating UL Approval CSA Approval Packaging Electrical Specifications Voltage Rating Current Rating Conductor Resistance Insulation Resistance Impedance (Balanced) Impedance* (Unbalanced) Capacitance* (@ 1 MHz) Inductance* (@ 1 MHz) Propagation Delay* 300V RMS 1A 68.015 2.25 ns/m) Two 28 AWG (7x36) Tinned Copper . (95 pF/m) .40 1. Attenuation* 20 15 Crosstalk (%) 4 2 Near end Far end 3 5 7 Attenuation (dB/100 ft.43 Dimensions .147″ Nom.51 ±.24 20. Physical Specifications Conductor 28 AWG (7x36) Tinned Copper Insulation . Color Sequence Each Terminating Section: Brown/Tan.050″ Pitch. Yellow/Tan.65 ±.25 ±. b e l d e n . Green/Tan. PVC Product Description Belden’s shielded jacketed 9V283XX series was designed to help meet the FCC EMI/RFI requirements.60 .43 ±. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . (5. the cable supplies the electrical benefits of twisted pairs.127″ ±. Gray/Tan. Black PVC Jacket A 100% Coverage Duofoil® Shield (Aluminum/Polyester/ Aluminum) B (2) 28 AWG (7 X 36) Tin-Plated Copper Drain Wire(s) Near Cable Edge . but can be mass-terminated in the programmed flat sections. Wall Black PVC -20 to +105°C UL: VW-1 File #E12683. (3m) 100Ω 60Ω 29 pF/ft. Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . (Twisted Section) Belden’s Standard 9V280XX Vari-Twist® Cable NOTE: the transition area is included in the twisted section to assure a full 2 Inches of flat termination area.100″ Nom. Conductor Centers in Flat: .23 ±.60 15. Wall Clear PVC Pitch Twisted Pair Centers: .80 1. Black/Tan.30 31.015 1.45 ±.56 45.65 ±. The thin extruded jacket allows for greater flexibility. and identification of the flat sections while providing exterior protection from the environment. Color Code: Each pair consists of a Tan conductor paired with a color-coded conductor.005″ Pairs 1/2″ Nom.012 . Style 20081 Available Upon Request 100 Unbalanced Crosstalk* 8 9V283XX Series 6 Part No. Blue/Tan.45 ±.B E L D E N .012″ (Straight Section) . other sizes are available upon request. (. Sequence is repeated as necessary.12 Shielded Jacketed Vari-Twist® 9V283XX Series . of Pairs Dimensions Width “A” Inch mm Inch Span “B” mm 9V28310 9V28314 9V28326 9V28334 9V28350 5 7 13 17 25 . Wall Color-coded PVC Substrate .2Ω/1000 ft. ease of termination.91 ±.80 2.60 ns/ft. In addition.38 41. reduced space requirements.1 • w w w . All cables are 100% shielded with a Duofoil® shield (aluminum/polyester/aluminum) and can be terminated with the two 28 AWG drain wires.72 66.038″ Nom. >1 x 1010Ω • 10 ft.32 35.8 0 0 .

the reader is offered two different tests to determine which cable type has the best crosstalk characteristics. A test signal from the signal generator is inserted into the drive line. The signal generator is capable of generating square wave pulses of varying leading edge rise times. the results may be different even when the same type of cable is used in each test. Therefore. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Crosstalk data for Belden flat cables tested using this method is given in the electrical data section of each cable. c o m .B E L D E N . It is a very good method to determine the pulse crosstalk of all types of flat cables connected in the GSG mode.13 Technical Information 7 • Flat Cable Flat Cable Crosstalk Testing The following is a description of two methods Belden uses to test its flat cable for crosstalk. Unbalanced Crosstalk The unbalanced crosstalk of flat cables is measured as shown in Figure 1. At times. it is best for the reader to determine which method most closely approximates actual cable application and use its results for cable comparisons. the results of these two test methods do not agree. The cable is connected as follows: Ground-Drive lineGround-Sample line-Ground or GSG mode. b e l d e n . x 100% FIgure 1: Unbalanced Near End Crosstalk Drive Signal Square Wave Generator Impedance Matching Device Sample Signal Oscilloscope Cable Terminations F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . The other end of the drive line is terminated in its characteristic impedance. The sample line is also terminated at both ends in its characteristic impedance. One end of the cable drive is connected through an impedance matching device to a signal generator. The actual crosstalk figures are given in % and are calculated as follows: % Crosstalk = Signal in sample line Signal in drive line This type of crosstalk test is widely accepted in the flat cable industry. Because these methods are different. The signal at each end of the sample line is measured. The signal at the opposite end of the sample line is called the far end or forward crosstalk.1 • w w w . The signal at the signal generator end of the sample line is called the near end or reverse crosstalk.F L A T C A B L E 7.8 0 0 . In short.

One end of the sample pair is terminated in its characteristic impedance. In conclusion. The balanced crosstalk of twisted pair flat cables is measured as shown in Figure 2.8 0 0 . The signal in each line is balanced to ground.B E L D E N . Because impedance matching transformers are used. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . These cables provide positive crosstalk reduction over non-twisted pair cables when used in the balanced mode. The signal at each end of the sample line is measured in units of dB of isolation using a spectrum analyzer. it is not the intent of this section to recommend one type of crosstalk testing over another. b e l d e n . The other end of the cable sample pair is connected through a balanced impedance matching transformer to the network analyzer output. One end of the cable drive pair is connected through a balanced impedance matching transformer to the network analyzer input. The crosstalk results of two cables.1 • w w w . Please choose the crosstalk testing method which most closely approximates your application. The signal from the tracking generator is a range of frequencies.F L A T C A B L E 7. For example. Figure 2: Balanced Near End Crosstalk Impedance Matching Transformers Drive Pair Sample Pair Output Network Analyzer Input Figure 3: Balanced Crosstalk 10 20 9L280XX Near end crosstalk 9L280XX Far end crosstalk Crosstalk Isolation dB 30 9V280XX Near end crosstalk 40 9V280XX Far end crosstalk 50 60 70 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Frequency (MHz) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . none of the wires in the drive or sample line share a common ground. The other end of the cable drive pair is terminated in its characteristic impedance.14 Technical Information Flat Cable Crosstalk Testing Balanced Crosstalk Twisted pair flat cables are not designed to be connected in the GSG mode. one wire of the line will carry the inverse of the signal in the other wire in the same line at any given moment. c o m . one with parallel non-twisted conductors (9L Series) and the other with twisted pair conductors (9V Series) is shown in Figure 3. Rather. typically from 10 MHz to 100 MHz. it is intended to demonstrate there are different cable types for the different cable applications.

8 8.3 Shielded 25-Position: Foil Shielded Cable 8.1 Molded Cable Assemblies Table of Contents Molded Cable Assemblies Page No.3 Shielded 9-Position: Foil Shielded Cable 8.7 8.10 8.3–8.7 8.10 8.8.22 .4 Shielded 37-Position: Foil+Braid Shielded Cable Shielded 50-Position: Foil Shielded Cable Shielded SCSI Cable Assembly GPIB Assemblies Unshielded Molded PVC Connectors: Foil+Braid Shielded Cable Shielded Die-Cast Connectors: Foil+Braid Shielded Cable Shielded Molded PVC Connectors: Foil+Braid Shielded Cable Shielded DIN Cable Assemblies 5-Position: Foil Shielded Cable 5-Position: Foil+Braid Shielded Cable 8-Position: Foil Shielded Cable 5-Position: Foil+Serve Retractile Cable DIN Pin Configurations: Face Views Modular Keyboard Assemblies 4-Position: Unshielded Retractile Cable 6-Position: Unshielded Retractile Cable 8-Position: Unshielded Retractile Cable 8-Position: Foil Shielded Retractile Cable Modular Plug Wiring Schemes Parallel Interface Assembly Technical Information D-Subminiature Retention Systems How To Measure A Molded Cable Assembly 8.9 8.6 8.10 8.3 Shielded 15-Position: Foil Shielded Cable 8.5 8. Introduction 8.5 8.3 Shielded 15-Position: Foil+Braid Shielded Cable 8.10 8.11 8.8–8.5 Shielded 9-Position: Foil Shielded Retractile Cable (handle one end) 8.12 8.8 8.12 8.7 8.12 8 Please refer to “Terms of Use of Master Catalog” on page 22.2 D-Subminiature Assemblies with Straight Handles 8.9 8.10 8.4 Shielded 25-Position: Foil+Braid Shielded Cable 8.8 8.10 8.9 8.7 8.

B E L D E N . right angle handle uses one screw. Among the many features of the cable assemblies are these performance-enhancing attributes: Shielding Molded handles are 100% shielded (where used) to assist in FCC compliance while guarding against EMI and RFI. b e l d e n . Shield continuity is maintained through the entire length of the assembly. Jack Screw: Two captive jacks crews mate securely with female screwlocks. c o m .8 0 0 . Retention Systems Belden offers several types of retention systems. cables. colors. Standard molding is PVC. Pins and sockets are constructed of brass or phosphor-bronze base with gold selectively plated over nickel. and wiring patterns. Super Shield: A foil plus braid shield provides extra protection in areas of moderate to heavy noise/interference. Spring Latch: Stainless steel latch mates with latching blocks (special orders only). Screw: Retaining screws mate with female screwlocks. ● ● ● F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Many of these are available off the shelf from distributors. The cable configurations are as follows: ● General Purpose Unshielded: An economical assembly where electrical noise/interference is not a problem. molded cable assemblies are shipped in individual packages or plastic bags with printed part numbers. #4-40 thread screws with large knurled heads for easy fingertip connect/disconnect. ● ● Most of our molded cable assemblies are available from stock in a wide variety of handles. Handles Straight or right angle handles are available for different connecting situations. and hex nut. Belden utilizes three standard cable configurations for tailoring a cable to a specific electrical environment. washer. Cables For standard assemblies.2 Introduction Quality Construction Belden® molded cable assemblies are designed for long life and reliable performance in a variety of input/output (I/O) and keyboard interface applications. Straight handle uses two screws. Connectors Connectors consist of tin-plated shells with grounding indents on male connectors. General Purpose Shielded: An overall foil shielded assembly for use in situations where some noise/interference is experienced or anticipated.M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8. They include: ● ● Wiring Patterns Standard wiring is point-to-point on most assemblies.1 • w w w . Molded Cable Assemblies Packaging Unless otherwise indicated. descriptions and an area to indicate the retail price. retention systems. Zinc plated. The connector shield is connected to both the connector shell and the cable shield. Friction: Pin/contact force holds connectors mated. Screws are #4-40 thread of plated steel with stainless steel clips. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Slide Lock: Fingertip-operated slide mechanism holds mated connectors securely. Special wiring is available upon request. This provides a low resistance ground path to optimize shield performance. Slide lock clip is stainless steel with plated screw. contact Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1. If you have a new or unusual application or you cannot find molded cables in this catalog section that meet your technical requirements.

30V 60°C. Tinned Copper All connectors are tin-plated with detents for a positive ground connection.61] 9 5 1. No.5 Male/Female Tinned Copper 49746A 15 10 3. Standard Lengths Gender Ft. Molded handles are 100% shielded to assist in FCC compliance and guard against EMI/RFI.35 Contact View Part No. UL AWM Style 2464 15-Position Shielded D-Sub • Straight Handle Both Ends • For any 15-pin application exposed to high-noise environment Foil Shield (General Purpose) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket NEC: Overall 24 (7x32) 24 49721A 15 10 3.006 (19x38) Foil Polyurethane jacket provides superior retractile properties at a reasonable cost.20 Molded handles are 100% shielded to assist in FCC compliance and guard against EMI/RFI. in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 9-Position Shielded D-Sub • Male Straight Handle One End • For keyboard-to-CRT use where 9-pin retractile is desired Foil Shield (General Purpose) • Retractile • Polypropylene Insulation • Black Polyurethane Jacket 49911A 9 18 457 90 2286 6 152 18 457 .89 . .62 300V 80°C.300 7.010 . Jack screw retention on male connector.032 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .284 7. of Cond. No. Jack screw retention on both connectors.8 0 0 .0 Male/Female 9 25 7.53] The end opposite the connector is stripped.0 Male/Female [.25 .6 Male/Female Molded handles are 100% shielded to assist in FCC compliance and guard against EMI/RFI. Contact View Contact View 300V 80°C.1 • w w w .5 Male/Male CM (7x32) Foil 9 10 3.61] Molded handles are 100% shielded to assist in FCC compliance and guard against EMI/RFI.61] 49747A 15 25 7.0 Male/Female [.6 Male/Male [.0 Male/Male CM Foil (7x32) 49725A 15 5 1. • Chrome PVC Jacket Overall None . Wiring is point-to-point with the shield to connector shell.65 . All connectors tin-plated and male connectors have detents for positive ground connection. of Cond. UL AWM Style 20197 1.010 .035 .065 26 Overall 20 (42x36) . All connectors tin-plated and male connectors have detents for positive ground connection.81 . c o m 8 • Molded Cable Assemblies . [.3 D-Subminiature Assembly Shielded 9-Position and 15-Position Part No. UL AWM Style 2464 Contact View Contact View Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation NEC: 24 49740A 15 5 1. Wiring is point-to-point with the shield to connector shell.010 .15 .0 Male/Male Tinned Copper 9 25 7. Jack screw retention on both connectors. UL AWM Style 2464 Contact View Contact View F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .21 300V 80°C.M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8.250 6.B E L D E N .25 Foil + 65% Braid . All connectors tin-plated and male connectors have detents for positive ground connection.5 Male/Female 9 10 3.032 .6 Male/Female . m UL NEC/ (C)UL CEC Type Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia. Length of Body Retracted Inch mm Extended Inch mm Inch Length of Tail Connector End mm Other End Inch mm Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia.81 .244 6. Jack screw retention on both connectors. Wiring is point-to-point with the shield to connector shell. b e l d e n .5 Male/Female Tinned Copper 49726A 15 10 3.25 . in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 9-Position Shielded D-Sub • Straight Handle Both Ends • For RS-449 applications Foil Shield 49900A 49901A 49902A 49905A 49906A 49907A (General Purpose) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket NEC: 24 Overall 24 (7x32) 9 5 1.5 Male/Male CM (7x32) 49745A 15 5 1.

UL AWM Style 2464 Contact View Contact View Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation NEC: 24 49615A 25 5 1.61] Molded handles are 100% shielded to guard against EMI/RFI where indicated.6 Male/Female [.4 D-Subminiature Assembly Shielded 25-Position Part No. All connectors are tin-plated and male connectors have detents to allow for a positive shield to ground connection.81 . c o m .8 0 0 . No. of Cond. Standard Lengths Gender Ft. UL AWM Style 2464 Contact View Contact View F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .032 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . .2 Male/Female Molded handles are 100% shielded to guard against EMI/RFI where indicated. Jack screw retention on both connectors.M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8. Wiring is point-to-point with shield to connector shell.010 .B E L D E N . Jack screw retention on both connectors.1 • w w w . m UL NEC/ (C)UL CEC Type Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia.6 Male/Female 49676A 25 50 15. in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 25-Position Shielded D-Sub • Straight Handle Both Ends • For RS-232 applications Foil Shield (General Purpose) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket NEC: 24 Overall 24 (7x32) 49668A 25 5 1.339 8. Wiring is point-to-point with shield to connector shell.25 .0 Male/Female Tinned Copper 49617A 25 25 7.5 Male/Female CM (7x32) 49616A 25 10 3. • Chrome PVC Jacket Overall Foil + 65% Braid 300V 80°C.5 Male/Female [.61] 49674A 25 10 3.61 300V 80°C.0 Male/Male Tinned Copper 49673A 25 5 1. All connectors are tin-plated and male connectors have detents to allow for a positive shield to ground connection.0 Male/Female 49675A 25 25 7. b e l d e n .5 Male/Male CM (7x32) Foil 49669A 25 10 3.

25 NEC: 26 Overall 22 (7x30) . . Shielded 37-Position and 50-Position Part No.010 .24 .5 Male/Female [. UL AWM Style 2919 Contact View Contact View F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .049 1.M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8.0 Male/Female 49957A 36 25 7.5 Male/Male CM (7x32) 49951A 36 10 3.25 Foil + 65% Tinned Copper Braid .48] Tinned 49766A 50 10 3.0 Male/Female Copper 25 Pairs Braid Molded handles are 100% shielded to guard against EMI/RFI and assist in FCC compliance. in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 37-Position Shielded D-Sub • Straight Handle Both Ends • For RS-449 applications where assembly is exposed to high noise environment Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation NEC: 24 49950A 36 5 1.61] 49955A 36 5 1. UL AWM Style 2464 Contact View Contact View 50-Position Shielded D-Sub • Straight Handle Both Ends • For high-density applications where assembly is exposed to high noise environment Foil plus Braid Shield (General Purpose) • Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket 49760A 50 5 1. c o m 8 • Molded Cable Assemblies . Wiring is point-to-point with shield to connector shell and pin #1.19 300V 80°C.59 30V 80°C.010 CM (7x34) Foil 49761A 50 10 3.5 Male/Female 18 Pairs 49956A 36 10 3. Jack screw retention on both connectors. No.6 Male/Female Molded handles are 100% shielded to assist in FCC compliance and guard against EMI/RFI. All connectors are tin-plated and male connectors have detents to allow for a positive shield to ground connection.0 Male/Male Tinned Copper + 91% 49765A 50 5 1. Standard Lengths Gender Ft.5 Male/Male . • Chrome PVC Jacket Overall None . Wiring is point-to-point with shield to connector shell.1 • w w w .8 0 0 .480 12.6 Male/Male [.5 D-Subminiature Assembly Unshielded 25-Position. All connectors are tin-plated and male connectors have detents to allow for a positive shield to ground connection.535 13.0 Male/Male Tinned Copper 49952A 36 25 7. of Cond. m UL NEC/ (C)UL CEC Type Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia. Jack screw retention on both connectors.045 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . b e l d e n .B E L D E N .14 .

c o m . SCSI-1 Assemblies (26 AWG) • Shielded Straight Handles • For SCSI (Small Computer Systems Interface) applications Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • Polyethylene Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket NEC: 26 Overall 49802A 50 16.B E L D E N . Wiring is [. Standard Lengths Gender Ft. m UL NEC/ (C)UL CEC Type Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia.01 CM (7x34) Foil (7x30) Molded handles are 100% shielded to guard against EMI/RFI and assist in FCC compliance.049 1.1 • w w w . b e l d e n . UL AWM Style 2919 . in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Part No.4 5 Male/Male 22 .48] Braid per SCSI standard. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 25 Pairs 30V 80°C.6 SCSI Cable Assembly SCSI-1 and SCSI-2 Shielded Straight and Right-Angled Handles No. These assemblies have tin-plated connectors Tinned Copper + 90% TC and can be used in single-ended or differential configurations.254 . of Cond.245 .589 Contact View Contact View F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .535 13.M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8.8 0 0 .

No.25 26 (7x34) TC CM Foil Each End 10 Singles: + 90% 49643 23 6.89 .1 4 Male/Female Each End Molded connector is male/female design for easy stacking and comes with molded-in metric jack screws. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .035 . .89 . m UL NEC/ (C)UL CEC Type Conductors AWG (stranding) Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Unshielded GPIB • Molded PVC Connector • For use with electronic equipment that is IEEE-488 compatible Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Gull Gray PVC Jacket NEC: 6 Pairs: Overall 26 (7x34) .010 49733 23 1. c o m 8 • Molded Cable Assemblies . UL AWM Style 2464 Contact View Contact View Shielded GPIB • Die Cast Connector • For use with electronic equipment that is IEEE-488 compatible Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Gull Gray PVC Jacket NEC: 6 Pairs: Overall 26 (7x34) . of Cond.6 2 Male/Female 26 (7x34) TC Braid Each End 1 Single: 49645 23 26.350 8.M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8.6 .25 26 (7x34) TC CM Foil Each End 10 Singles: + 90% 49734 23 3.6 2 Male/Female 26 (7x34) TC Braid Each End 1 Single: 49637 23 9.89 300V 80°C.25 26 (7x34) TC CM Foil Each End 10 Singles: + 90% 49636 23 6. .035 .1 • w w w .350 8.010 49642 23 3.B E L D E N .89 300V 80°C.5 Male/Female .6 2 Male/Female 24 (7x32) TC Each End 49736 23 9. Standard Lengths Gender Ft.3 1 Male/Female 26 (7x34) TC Braid Each End 1 Single: 49735 23 6.8 0 0 .350 8.3 1 Male/Female . .3 1 Male/Female .7 GPIB (General Purpose Interface Bus) Assembly Unshielded and Shielded Connectors Part No.035 . b e l d e n . UL AWM Style 2464 Contact View Contact View Shielded GPIB • Molded PVC Connector • For use with electronic equipment that is IEEE-488 compatible Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • Semi-rigid PVC Insulation • Gull Gray PVC Jacket NEC: 6 Pairs: Overall 26 (7x34) .89 300V 80°C.2 8 Male/Female 24 (7x32) TC Each End Molded connector is male/female design for easy stacking and comes with molded-in metric jack screws.010 49635 23 3.8 3 Male/Female Each End 49737 23 13. UL AWM Style 2464 Contact View TC = Tinned Copper Contact View F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .8 3 Male/Female 24 (7x32) TC Each End Die cast connector is male/female design for easy stacking and comes with molded-in metric jack screws.89 .

Standard Lengths Ft. Packaged: B-25. S-25 26 (19x38) .052 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .037 . m UL NEC/ (C)UL CEC Type Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia. No.053 1.0 CM (19x38) Foil Foil shielded for moderate-noise environments.1 • w w w .51] 300V 80°C.0 CM (19x38) Foil (19x38) Foil and braid shielded for high-noise environments. Outer jacket stripped 1 inch.014 .M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8. Tinned Copper [.0 CM (19x38) Foil Foil shielded for moderate-noise environments. Packaged: B-25. S-25 Copper Braid . UL AWM Style 2464. Tinned Copper [. Packaged: B-25.76 Contact View *DIN Standard (Deutsche Industries Norm) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Outer jacket stripped 1 inch. of Cond. S-25 26 (19x38) . Tinned Copper + 90% [.32 .014 . UL AWM Style 2464.94 . c o m .014 . b e l d e n .51] Tinned 300V 80°C.251 6.231 5.51] 300V 80°C.36 .266 6.36 .8 DIN* Cable Assembly Shielded 3-Position.36 . in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 5-Position Shielded DIN • Straight Handle One End • Used where a shielded conductor is desired and as a low cost alternative to a D-Sub Foil Shield (General Purpose) • PVC Insulation • Black PVC Jacket NEC: 26 Overall 49152A 5 10 3. UL AWM Style 2464.87 Contact View 8-Position Shielded DIN • Straight Handle One End • Used where a shielded conductor is desired and as a low cost alternative to a D-Sub Foil Shield (General Purpose) • PVC Insulation • Black PVC Jacket NEC: 26 Overall 49154A 8 10 3.35 .8 0 0 .38 Contact View Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • PVC Insulation • Black PVC Jacket NEC: 26 Overall 26 49153A 5 10 3.B E L D E N . Outer jacket stripped 1 inch. 5-Position and 8-Position Part No.

UL AWM Style 2464.9 DIN* Cable Assembly Shielded 5-Position and 8-Position Retractile Part No.3 72. Packaged: S-25 .014 (19x38) + 95% Shielded connectors maintain shield integrity and assist in FCC compliance.5 12 304. c o m 8 • Molded Cable Assemblies .8 18 457. b e l d e n .36 .1 • w w w .20 26 Foil 26 (19x38) .47 . of Cond. Length of Body Retracted Inch mm Extended Inch mm Inch Length of Tail Connector End mm Other End Inch mm Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia. Ideal for higher noise situations. in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm 5-Position Shielded DIN • Straight Handle • Standard friction-fit connectors mate easily with many microcomputer keyboard ports Foil plus Serve Shield (Super Shield) • Retractile • PVC Insulation • Black PVC Jacket 49103A 5 14. No.5 368. Utilizes 26 AWG conductor for low voltage drop.8 0 0 .B E L D E N . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Tinned Copper Serve [.51] 300V 80°C.058 1.M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8.60 Contact View NEC: CM DIN Pin Configurations • Face Views 3-Position 4-Position** 5-Position @ 180° 5-Position** @ 240° 6-Position** 7-Position** 8-Position **Available by special order *DIN Standard (Deutsche Industries Norm) F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .260 6.5 1841.

..006 .... c o m ... No tools required for installation.. UL AWM Style 20197.....15 ..50 1 25.258 2...030 ... Packaged: B-25......10 Modular Keyboard Assemblies 4-Position.40 None None .......... S-25 6-Position Modular Plugs • Used to rapidly interconnect electronic computers and business machines Unshielded (General Purpose) • Retractile • Polypropylene Insulation • Black Polyurethane Jacket 49441 6 15 381 67..........40 None None ..1 2.55 8-Position Modular Plugs • Used to rapidly interconnect electronic computers and business machines Unshielded (General Purpose) • Retractile • Polypropylene Insulation • Black or CRT White Polyurethane Jacket 26 49442 8 15 381 67. UL AWM Style 20197................093 2..4 Pin #1 *In shielded versions...... UL AWM Style 20197..100 x ................ Tinned Copper [...........98 Contact View Contact View Modular Plug Wiring Schemes Cross wiring is standard on non-shielded constructions 1...98 [.100 2. Polarized connector prevents improper insertion.. in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Part No.....76 ........54 x 7..15 . S-25 Foil Shield* • Retractile • Polypropylene Insulation • Black Polyurethane Jacket 26 49402 7 15 381 67.. Packaged: B-25.51] 30V 60°C........3 3........030 .. Polarized connector prevents improper insertion..76 .36 26 (19x38) x x Positive locking latch prevents connector from vibrating loose.... Packaged: S-25 ..1 Straight wiring is standard on shielded constructions 1...50 1 25.......50 1 25....M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8...... 6-Position and 8-Position with Retractile Cables Unshielded or Shielded Modular Plugs No..5 1714..76 ......51] 30V 60°C... Polarized connector prevents improper insertion....15 ...54 (19x38) x x Positive locking latch prevents connector from vibrating loose.....40 Foil 26 (19x38) (19x38) Positive locking latch prevents connector from vibrating loose...006 . of Cond...... Tinned Copper A longitudinal aluminum/polyester shield protects against ESD and EMI....B E L D E N .. No tools required for installation..........5 1714..093 x ..... Tinned Copper ......198 5.76 .. the drain wire is always the highest numbered position in the connector... No tools required for installation..2 4......4 2..50 1 25.5 1714...15 ....006 ..5 1714...314 7.. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n ..................1 • w w w .. S-25 . 4-Position Modular Plugs • Used to rapidly interconnect electronic computers and business machines Unshielded (General Purpose) • Retractile • Polypropylene Insulation • Black or CRT White Polyurethane Jacket 49440 4 15 381 67. No tools required for installation.8 0 0 ....006 . Tinned Copper .....40 None None ... [........... Polarized connector prevents improper insertion..030 ....51] 30V 60°C.............. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .........36 x 6....... b e l d e n .51] 30V 60°C.. Packaged: B-25..03 [...... Length of Cord Body Retracted Inch mm Body Extended Inch mm Tail Length Inch mm Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia....2 3.030 26 (19x38) Positive locking latch prevents connector from vibrating loose..314 2.3 4....... UL AWM Style 20197.....

c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . 300V 80°C.02 .1 • w w w .8 0 0 . Standard Lengths Gender Ft.25 .040 Foil + 65% Tinned Copper Braid 1.40 Contact View Contact View F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .010 .M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8.0 Male/Male CM (7x32) Universal 36-position ribbon connector (Centronics compatible) on one end and a 25-position D-Subminiature connector (IBM PC and PC-XT Tinned Copper compatible) on the other. m UL NEC/ (C)UL CEC Type Conductors AWG (stranding) [Dia.11 Parallel Interface Assembly Part No. c o m 8 • Molded Cable Assemblies . in mm] Shield Type Drain Wire Insulation Thickness Inch mm Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Parallel Interface Assemblies • Centronics/D-Sub Connectors • For computer-printer parallel interface Shielded • Foil plus Braid Shield (Super Shield) • Semi-rigid PVC NEC: 24 49502A 25 10 3.61] against EMI/RFI and assist in FCC compliance.B E L D E N . of Cond. b e l d e n . No. Molded handles are 100% shielded to guard [.370 9. UL AWM Style 2464 Insulation • Chrome PVC Jacket Overall None .

M O L D E D C A B L E A S S E M B L I E S 8.B E L D E N .1 • w w w . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .12 Technical Information D-Subminiature Retention Systems Friction Screw Vertical Slide Lock Horizontal Slide Lock How to Measure a Molded Cable Assembly Length Length Straight Handled Connector Angled Handled Connector Length Length GPIB DIN Coil Length Retractile Assemblies il Ta Le n gt h n Le Ta il F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . b e l d e n .8 0 0 . c o m gth .

4 9.7 9.5 9.8 9. 9. Shielded 4-Conductor Rubber Jacket SO Type: Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket 5-Conductor: Rubber Jacket Multi-Conductor: SO Type: Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket UL Cordage Types Designation Chart Construction and Rating Chart Page No.9 9.6–9.1 Table of Contents Portable Cordage Introduction 2-Conductor SPT-1 Type: PVC Parallel Lamp Cord SPT-2 Type: PVC Parallel Lamp Cord SP-1 Type: Rubber Parallel Lamp Cord HPN Type: CPE Heater Cord SJ Type: Rubber Jacket SJO Type: Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket SJTOW Type: Belflex® PVC Jacket SO Type: Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket STOW Type: Belflex PVC Jacket SV Type: Rubber Jacket SVT Type: PVC Jacket 3-Conductor S Type: Rubber Jacket SO Type: Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket SJ Type: Rubber Jacket SJO Type: Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket SJT Type: PVC Jacket SJT Type: PVC Jacket.7 9.11 – 9.8 9.3 9.4 9.11 9.6 9.3 9.5 9.2 9.12 9.5 9.9. Shielded SJT Type: PVC Jacket Low Leakage Power Cord SJTOW Type: Belflex PVC Jacket STOW Type: Belflex PVC Jacket SV Type: Rubber Jacket SVT Type: PVC Jacket SVT Type: PVC Jacket.9 9.7 9.10 9.3–9.4 9.8 9.9 9.12 9 Portable Cordage Please refer to “Terms of Use of Master Catalog” on page 22.9 9.5 9.7 9.6 9.8 9.9 9.4 9.3 9.22 .9 9.3 9.6 9.

Rubber. b e l d e n .and 5-conductor as well as multi-conductor constructions. has approved all elements of the cordage as meeting their applicable construction and performance standards. c o m . Oil-Resistant Rubber and Belflex®. If you have a new or unusual application or you cannot find portable cordage in this catalog section that meets your technical requirements.B E L D E N . 3-. Belden portable cordage is listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Most of our portable cordage constructions are available from stock. 4.P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.1 • w w w . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Where indicated. Products offered include 2-. This approval signifies that Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL). Certification under the applicable CSA Standards has been made mandatory by most provincial or municipal authorities in Canada. and thicknesses. Jacket options include PVC. The letter “U” before the specified put-up length denotes UnReel packaging. Color Code Comparison by Function Color Coding Function International North American Standards Light Blue Brown Green/Yellow White Black Green or Green/Yellow N-Neutral L-Live E-Earth or Ground F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 Introduction Belden® portable cordage products are available in a wide assortment of styles. UL/CSA File Numbers UL: E-3462 CSA: LL-7874 Portable Cordage Packaging Belden’s unique UnReel® cable dispenser is available for many of the portable cordage products listed in this section. Belflex is a premium PVC jacket compound (Class 43) that is superior to standard PVC for flexibility and durability. lengths. Manufacturer’s Identification Identification of the flexible cord is provided by our UL and CSA file numbers or printed name on the cord jacket. contact Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1.8 0 0 . “Certified to CSA Standards” means that Belden portable cordage has been certified by CSA as meeting their Label Service or Re-examination Service requirements. Many of these are available off the shelf from distributors.

032 . Minimum length of any one piece is 100 ft. Silver-Gray Brown Brown.5 Brown.18 — — .4 17.8 3.5 Brown.4 .62 19404 Black .276 . Standard Lengths Ft.2 U-304. Black.22 — — SP-1 Rubber Parallel Lamp Cord • UL Listed 300V.1 Brown.140 x .277 .035 .8 21.1 4. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. kg Jacket Color Conductor AWG (stranding) Nom.047 1. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . 90°C 19405 250 † 1000 † 250 † 1000 † 76. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .81 — — SPT-2 PVC Parallel Lamp Cord • UL/CSA Listed 300V.110 x .047 1.86 x 7.144 x . 60°C • One Conductor Polarity Ribbed 19122 250 † 76.26 .8 8888* 250 U-1000 76.01 3.300 3.0 5.032 .2 304.8 0 0 .8 4. 60°C • One Conductor Polarity Ribbed 19123 250 † 76. White. c o m 9 • Portable Cordage . †Put-ups may contain more than one piece.7 Black 18 (41x34) BC 16 (105x36) BC .2 9.81 — — .8 76.2 1000 †† 304.8 31.12 x 5.94 x 7.04 3. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft. SPT-2.77 HPN CPE Heater Cord • UL/CSA Listed 300V.24 — — . b e l d e n .0 2.0 9. Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm SPT-1 PVC Parallel Lamp Cord • UL/CSA Listed 300V. ††Put-ups may contain more than one piece.66 x 7.2 7.8 5.152 x . Black Brown.1 • w w w .8 39.B E L D E N . White. SP-1 and HPN Description Part No.56 x 7.123 x .5 14.2 304.8 3.0 3.155 x . Black 18 (42x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC .79 x 5.P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.110 x .59 19126 250 † 76.048 1. Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nom.6 9.2 6.5 2.5 9.89 — — .207 . Black 18 (41x34) BC .79 x 5.299 3.3 2-Conductor UL/CSA Types: SPT-1.5 21.18 — — BC = Bare Copper • CPE = Chlorinated Polyethylene *Not CSA recognized.26 2.049 1. 60°C • One Conductor Polarity Ribbed 19115* 250 † 76.8 7. Gray 18 (42x34) BC 18 (42x34) BC .207 2.227 3.

035 . 90°C • Cotton Serve Separator • Color Code: Black.37 Black . Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm SJ Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V.89 .8 24.2 17.89 .81 .035 .4 2-Conductor UL/CSA Types: SJ.2 19.8 8472 250 76.035 .315 8.037 .033 .P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.348 8.8 0 0 .28 600V. 90°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.2 13. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .065 1.032 .6 Black .84 .031 .2 11.2 12.290 7.5 6.0 Black 18 (16x30) BC 16 (26x30) BC . 105°C • Paper Tape Separator • International Color Code: Light Blue. White 19201 250 † 76.3 16. SJTOW.0 5.033 .031 .79 .79 .2 37.84 19203 250 † 76.1 Black .385 9.2 10.0 7.290 7.8 48.81 .8 Black 18 (42x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC .14 .033 .032 .B E L D E N .319 8.00 SJTOW Belflex® Matte Black Premium PVC • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V.84 .8 5.0 8.523 13.9 Black .4 Black 18 (42x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC 14 (41x30) BC 12 (65x30) BC . White 8478 250 76.7 Matte 14 Black (41x30) BC SO Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 600V. kg Jacket Color Conductor AWG (stranding) Nom.1 • w w w . b e l d e n .610 15.100 2.032 . White 19204 250 † 76.085 2.89 .65 .5 6.78 19202 250 † 76.0 5.9 1000 304.22 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 8. 90°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.2 18.360 9.0 Black .37 19228 250 † 76. SO Description Part No. Standard Lengths Ft.0 21.2 13.290 7. SJO.8 4. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft. oil-resistant and for outdoor use.2 52.16 .10 .89 .94 . c o m .2 11.84 .54 . White 19227 250 † 76. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .84 .65 .048 1.0 Matte 18 Black (42x34) BC 19507* 250 76.035 .1 Matte 16 Black (65x34) BC 19508* 250 76.30 .49 BC = Bare Copper *These constructions are approved as water-resistant.81 . 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black. Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nom.032 .34 .315 8.033 .065 1.89 . †Put-ups may contain more than one piece.81 .00 SJO Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V.051 1.035 . Brown VW-1 19506* 250 76.

3 U-500 U-152. White 19140 250 † 76.8 4.386 9.245 6. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 4.81 .0 17.B E L D E N .037 . White 8452 250 76. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .2 16.78 .0 7.P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.94 .7 U-1000 U-304. White 19120 250 † 76.0 16.5 Matte 14 Black (41x30) BC SV Rubber Jacket • Serrated Jacket • UL/CSA Listed Black 18 (42x34) BC .2 9.4 17. b e l d e n .22 . Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nom.5 2-Conductor UL/CSA Types: STOW. 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.43 .2 34.14 .80 . Gray 18 (42x34) BC .049 1. oil-resistant and for outdoor use.2 8.8 0 0 .0 Black. Standard Lengths Ft.524 13.036 . Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm STOW Belflex® Matte Black Premium PVC • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 600V.033 .017 .26 .0 15.4 500 152.24 .22 SVT PVC Jacket • Serrated Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V. SV. 60°C • Cotton Serve Separator • Color Code: Black.018 .1 • w w w .0 7. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. c o m 9 • Portable Cordage 300V.5 Matte 16 Black (65x34) BC 19502* 250 76.070 1. 60°C • Cotton Serve Separator • Color Code: Black.2 8.78 .91 .2 18.360 9. †Put-ups may contain more than one piece.3 Matte 18 Black (42x34) BC 19501* 250 76.070 1.017 . SVT Description Part No.8 38.0 Black 18 (42x34) BC . 105°C • Paper Tape Separator • International Color Code: Light Blue.94 .43 .3 .8 4.5 8.31 SV Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V.46 .4 18.245 6. kg Jacket Color Conductor AWG (stranding) Nom.089 2.3 1000 304.84 .037 .17 BC = Bare Copper *These constructions are approved as water-resistant. Brown VW-1 19500* 250 76.032 .8 36.243 6.8 8.

Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm S Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 600V.5 12.051 1. Green 19129 250 † 76.99 .3 36.8 3.7 Black .00 19125 250 † 76.380 9. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .038 . 60°C • Cotton Serve Separator • Color Code: Black.2 7. White.5 19.84 . kg Jacket Color Conductor AWG (stranding) Nom.065 1.97 .632 16.2 43.30 SO Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 600V.84 .099 2.27 .18 .67 19206 250 † 76.031 .59 19106 250 † 76.033 .5 Black 18 (42x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC 14 (41x30) BC 12 (65x30) BC 10 (105x30) BC . 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.640 16.100 2.2 16.60 .033 .048 1.8 Black 18 (42x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC 14 (41x30) BC 12 (65x30) BC 10 (105x30) BC .3 19. 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.0 Black .27 .681 17.050 1.6 3-Conductor UL/CSA Types: S.2 26.0 35.81 .380 9.B E L D E N .400 10.8 6.65 .97 .5 Black .315 8.050 1.2 79.26 19105 250 † 76.3 8.65 19208 250 † 76.2 61.22 .00 19130 250 † 76.681 17.84 .2 13. White.2 62.79 .048 1. c o m .380 9.405 10.99 .031 .3 Black 18 (16x30) BC 18 (42x34) BC 16 (26x30) BC 16 (65x34) BC 14 (41x30) BC .65 19108 250 † 76.64 8479 250 76. 90°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black. Green 19107 250 † 76. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Standard Lengths Ft.038 .085 2. Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nom.0 Black .30 SJ Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V.51 .5 12.16 600V.16 .086 2.032 .51 .5 7. White.065 1. Green 19207 250 † 76.05 19205 250 † 76.5 Black .22 .81 . b e l d e n .2 42.538 13.031 .65 .5 Black .54 . SO.8 8.038 .039 .1 Black .30 .5 Black .51 .2 Black . 90°C • Cotton Serve Separator • Color Code: Black.315 8.2 19. SJ Description Part No.2 27.2 17.099 2.30 .8 28.535 13.065 1.64 19124 250 † 76.79 .2 18.29 600V.65 BC = Bare Copper †Put-ups may contain more than one piece.8 28.340 8.099 2.033 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.5 6.063 1.81 .65 .P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9. White.1 Black .1 • w w w .97 . Green 19209 250 † 76.051 1. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft. White.340 8.2 78.2 13.032 .032 .5 Black .039 .79 .9 Black . Green 19109 250 † 76.8 0 0 .5 7.

2 Gray 1000 †† 304.5 25.2 17.99 .9 Black .17 .8 8.1 Black . White. 16 . Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nom. Green/Yellow 19352 250 76. 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.83 .340 8. 90°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.0 15. 75°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.9 BC 19363 250 76.2 17. †Put-ups may contain more than one piece. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .27 19364 250 76.5 8.5 Black 18 (16x30) BC 16 (26x30) BC . Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.036 .84 .1 Black 16 .2 17.033 (41x30) BC SJT PVC Jacket • Shielded • Smooth Jacket • 20 AWG Drain Wire (7x28) • UL/CSA Listed 300V.07 BC = Bare Copper *Not CSA recognized.0 9.2 25. ††Put-ups may contain more than one piece. Black. Green/Yellow 19362 250 76.032 . White. White.21 SJT PVC Jacket • Low Leakage Power Cord • Smooth Jacket • UL Listed 300V. Green/Yellow (16 AWG) 19348 250 † 76.84 .81 . Standard Lengths Ft.046 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .B E L D E N .039 .3 7.3 11.2 20.0 48.2 17.64 . Minimum length of any one piece is 100 ft.4 55.8 Gray. Green 9998* 500 †† 152.84 .032 . 18 .2 14.033 .032 (42x34) BC 19353 250 76. Brown.97 .031 .97 Black (65x34) BC SJT PVC Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V.79 .402 10.047 1.84 .038 .328 8.65 .8 Black 18 .7 3-Conductor UL/CSA Types: SJO.340 8.031 . Blue 16 (65x34) Bare Copper .050 1. Green (18 AWG).365 9.045 1.8 107. b e l d e n .0 Black 18 .97 .19 .0 11.3 8.64 .27 (42x34) 500 152.042 1.2 21.353 8.033 .033 (65x34) BC 19354 250 76.64 SJT PVC Jacket • Serrated Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V.038 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.038 .3 9.046 1.315 8. c o m 9 • Portable Cordage . Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm SJO Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V.3 7. 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • International Color Code: Light Blue.00 19230 250 † 76.475 12.4 Black 14 .3 Gray.5 Lt. SJT Description Part No. Brown.P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.14 .07 .1 • w w w .033 .33 .8 0 0 .2 26.97 .340 8. Green 19229 250 † 76.4 35. kg Jacket Color Conductor AWG (stranding) Nom.81 .17 Black (42x34) BC 19349 250 † 76. 60°C Shielded • Beldfoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • International Color Code: Light Blue. White.79 .380 9.81 .7 Black 16 (65x34) BC 14 (41x30) BC .84 .3 6.328 8.91 .2 18.33 .033 .

c o m .0 9.034 .91 . Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm SJTOW Belflex® Premium PVC • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.070 1.B E L D E N .405 10.2 14.0 10. Brown. Green 8453 100 30.3 5. Brown.8 10.018 (42x34) BC .5 7.29 1.070 1. 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • International Color Code: Light Blue.2 10.50 .97 . Green/Yellow VW-1 19503* 250 76.253 6.P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.97 .3 Matte 14 .00 . BC STOW Belflex Premium PVC • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 600V. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .84 .86 . 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .46 .018 .17 SVT PVC Jacket • Serrated Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V. White. Green/Yellow 19402 250 † 76. †Put-ups may contain more than one piece.78 .84 .81 . oil-resistant and for outdoor use.038 .0 6.2 42. SVT Description Part No. 105°C • Paper Tape Separator • International Color Code: Light Blue.2 19. White.032 Black (42x34) BC 19510* 250 76.0 8.46 .032 Black (42x34) BC 19504* 250 76.2 23.81 .8 0 0 .038 .089 2.9 2.2 Black 500 152.5 Matte 16 . kg Jacket Color Conductor AWG (stranding) Nom.2 17.033 Black (65x34) BC 19505* 250 76. Green 19350 250 † 76.340 8.5 19.018 .65 .24 .256 6.43 SVT PVC Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V. Standard Lengths Ft. b e l d e n . 60°C • Cotton Serve Separator • Color Code: Black. STOW.049 Black (41x30) BC SV Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 300V. SV.2 12.6 Matte 18 .4 21.43 BC = Bare Copper *These constructions are approved as water-resistant. 105°C • Paper Tape Separator • International Color Code: Light Blue.380 9. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.6 Black 18 .4 Matte 18 .033 Black (65x34) BC 19511* 250 76.5 18 (41x34) TC . Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nom.040 1.8 3-Conductor UL/CSA Types: SJTOW.036 .81 .78 .9 Matte 16 .8 4.02 .253 6.65 .64 . Green/Yellow VW-1 19509* 250 76.558 14.380 9.8 Matte 14 .038 .315 8.5 4.1 • w w w .97 .46 .9 Gray 18 (42x34) BC .26 . Brown.2 23.032 Black (41x30) .

5 18 (41x34) TC .8 49.and 5-Conductor UL/CSA Type: SVT.0 24.46 .307 7.46 .21 .087 2.80 (42x34) BC 4-Conductor Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • Style 4097 300V.53 5-Conductor Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • Style 4256 300V.5 5. Brown.11 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .265 6.0 12. m Standard Unit Weight Lbs. White.3 500 152.2 10.59 . SO UL AWM Styles: 4097 and 4256 Standard Lengths Ft.2 12. c o m 9 • Portable Cordage .30 .9 17.4 25. 4. Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm Description Part No.8 7. Green. Brown.018 . Red 8455* 250 76. Green.46 .6 TC U-1000 U-304.3 BC . Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nom.051 1.3 U-1000 U-304.4 Black 3–20 (26x34) U-500 U-152. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 22.2 61. Red 8454* 100 30.P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.102 2.280 7.32 .038 .2 17.8 54.B E L D E N .86 300V.018 .6 Black U-500 U-152.4 27.8 2.8 28. White.8 50.0 23.73 4-Conductor SO Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 600V.1 Black 18 .0 22.690 17. ††1000 ft.8 0 0 . Green/Yellow 19401 250 † 76.7 2–18 (41x34) TC BC = Bare Copper • TC = Tinned Copper *Not CSA recognized. kg Conductor AWG (stranding) Nom.3 5.91 .2 12. Green/Yellow 19403 250 † 76. 60°C Shielded • Beldfoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • International Color Code: Light Blue. put-up one piece exact.0 5. Jacket Color 3-Conductor SVT PVC Jacket • Shielded • Smooth Jacket • 22 AWG Drain Wire (7x30) • UL/CSA Listed 300V.9 3-. 60°C Shielded • Duofoil® Shield (100% Coverage) • Braid (88% Coverage) • Internat’l Color Code: Light Blue.6 Black 18 .1 4.22 .603 15.031 .46 . Red 19217 50 15.6 1000 304.1 • w w w .79 .036 .8 52.018 .0 11.270 6. White. 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.1 Black 14 (41x30) BC 12 (65x30) BC .8 19216 50 200 15.97 .9 43. †Put-ups may contain more than one piece.043 1.6 Black 200 60.018 . 60°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Brown. . 90°C • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: Black.5 11. Brown.09 (42x34) 1000 †† 304. Minimum length of any one piece is 50 ft.4 25.048 1. Black.2 60.6 19. b e l d e n .8 8.

787 19.2 1000 304.9 Black See Chart 2 (Tech Info Section) 16 . Standard Lengths Ft.8 288.720* 18. b e l d e n .4 150.083 2.4 1000 304.8 0 0 .54 .54 .581 14.0 22. 60°C • Conductors Cabled with Fillers • Paper Tape Separator • Color Code: 9420 5 100 30.033 .9 Black 1000 304.0 9422 7 100 30.84 .5 9427 16 100 30.033 .84 . kg Jacket Color Conductor AWG (stranding) Nom. Insulation Thickness Inch mm Nom.862 21.99 .8 201.033 .8 143.084 (65x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC 16 (65x34) BC .9 9425 12 100 30.1 • w w w . of Cond. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .29 .8 428.033 .5 152.5 68.5 39.5 75.5 33.720 18.4 1000 304.54 .85 2.B E L D E N .84 . c o m .5 17.P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.6 14.033 .4 9424 9 100 30.4 Black 500 152.9 1000 304.76 . m Standard Unit Weight Lbs.033 .5 9429 20 100 500 30.10 Multi-Conductor Power and Control Cables Description Part No.4 48.8 318.4 165.506 12.11 .0 144.100 2.5 8.100 2.5 13.4 233.0 105.5 18. No.29 .13 .0 Black 500 152.84 .100 2.54 .84 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .0 194. Jacket Thickness Inch mm Nominal OD Inch mm SO Oil-Resistant Rubber Jacket • Smooth Jacket • UL/CSA Listed 600V.84 .0 130.5 29.4 Black 500 152.0 65.8 Black 500 152.4 73.100 2.0 91.3 6.4 101.0 45.89 BC = Bare Copper • CPE = Chlorinated Polyethylene *Fillers added in the center.5 32.6 13.

c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .1 • w w w .11 UL Cordage Type Designation UL Cord Description Type Description HPN HSJ HSJO S SE SEO SEOO SJ SJE SJEO SJEOO SJO SJOO SJT SJTO SJTOO SO SOO SP-1 SP-2 SP-3 SPE-1 SPE-2 SPE-3 SPT-1 SPT-2 SPT-3 ST STO STOO SV SVE SVEO SVEOO SVO SVOO SVT SVTO SVTOO TPT TST XTW Heater Parallel Neoprene Heater Service Junior HSJ with Oil-Resistant Jacket Service Service Elastomer SE with Oil-Resistant Jacket SEO with Oil-Resistant Insulation Service Junior Service Junior Elastomer SJE with Oil-Resistant Jacket SJEO with Oil-Resistant Insulation SJ with Oil-Resistant Jacket SJO with Oil-Resistant Insulation Service Junior Thermoplastic SJT with Oil-Resistant Jacket SJTO with Oil-Resistant Insulation Service with Oil-Resistant Jacket SO with Oil-Resistant Insulation Service Parallel — 1/32″ Insulation Service Parallel — 3/64″ Insulation Service Parallel — 1/16″ Insulation Service Parallel Elastomer — 1/32″ Insulation Service Parallel Elastomer — 3/64″ Insulation Service Parallel Elastomer — 1/16″ Insulation Service Parallel Thermoplastic — 1/32″ Insulation Service Parallel Thermoplastic — 3/64″ Insulation Service Parallel Thermoplastic — 1/16″ Insulation Service Thermoplastic ST with Oil-Resistant Jacket STO with Oil-Resistant Insulation Service Vacuum Service Vacuum Elastomer SVE with Oil-Resistant Jacket SVEO with Oil-Resistant Insulation SV with Oil-Resistant Jacket SVO with Oil-Resistant Insulation Service Vacuum Thermoplastic SVT with Oil-Resistant Jacket SVTO with Oil-Resistant Insulation Tinsel Parallel Thermoplastic Tinsel Service Thermoplastic Decorative Lighting Thermoplastic Parallel NOTE: Service parallel types—wall thickness for integral construction. b e l d e n .P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9.8 0 0 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .B E L D E N . Elastomer is a thermoplastic material with elastomeric properties similar to rubber. c o m 9 • Portable Cordage .

030 Plastic . types SJ. Types SJ.030 Rubber . 90.8 0 0 . S.045" jacket thickness.015 Plastic . 90. or 105ºC. SJO. 90.030 Elastomer . c o m . 10 AWG requires .015 Plastic . 5 2. 4. SJO. 3. 105 75.060 Elastomer . 4.015 Rubber .030 Plastic◆ . 105 75. 90. 4 2 or more 2 or more 2 or more 2. SJT.060 Plastic▲ . S.030 Rubber .060" jacket thickness. 5 2.060 Oil-Resistant Rubber▲ .015 Elastomer .030 Oil-Resistant Rubber . 4 2. rated 90ºC.030 Oil-Resistant Rubber .030 Plastic . 3.030 Rubber .030 Plastic◆ . Insulation Nom. 90 75.030 Rubber 90 90 90 60 105 105 60 105 105 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 105 105 60 60 60 60 60 105 75.030 Plastic▲ . This does not apply to heater cordage type HPN.12 UL Cordage Type Construction and Rating Cord AWG Description Type* Size Range No. Insulation and jacket thickness depend on cordage size.030 Rubber◆ . b e l d e n .045 Rubber . 90. 105 75. 90. 90 75.B E L D E N . Thickness as shown are for 18 and 16 AWG.030 Rubber◆ .030 Elastomer . 5 2. 3.060 Rubber▲ .060 Rubber▲ .030 Rubber▲ .030 Rubber†† . (°C)† Temperature RatingJacket Thickness Thickness Standard Inch mm InchOther mm Nominal OD Voltage Rating Inch mm HPN HSJ HSJO S SE SEO SJ SJE SJEO SJO SJT SJTO SO SP-1 SP-2 SP-3 SPT-1 SPT-2 SPT-3 ST STO SV SVE SVEO SVO SVT SVTO TPT TST * 18 – 12 18 – 12 18 – 12 18 – 2 18 – 2 18 – 2 18 – 10 18 – 10 18 – 10 18 – 10 18 – 10 18 – 10 18 – 2 18 18 – 16 18 – 12 18 18 – 16 18 – 10 18 – 2 18 – 2 18 18 – 17 18 – 17 18 18 – 17 18 – 17 27 (Tinsel) 27 (Tinsel) 2 or 3†† 2. Average Thickness** Color(inches)(stranding) Nom.030 Rubber▲ .060 Plastic▲ .015 Rubber . 90.030 Elastomer . No. SJTO. Recognized in three conductors when third or center conductor (with Green or Green/Yellow stripe) is used for equipment grounding. SJO. 3.060 Plastic▲ .030 Elastomer . 105 75.030 Elastomer .045 Rubber . 5 2. SVTO. Ft.1 • w w w . 4. SO. 90. 3. Average Thickness (inches) Lbs. Insulation and jacket thickness depend on cordage size. 3-wire SJT may be made in special low-leakage constructions for medical equipment cords. 4. 105 75.030 Plastic .030 Plastic . 12 AWG requires . STO and HSJO have jackets which are also recognized for oil resistance at maximum temperature of 60ºC. 5 2 or more 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or more 2 or more 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 or 3†† 2 2 .030 Rubber▲ . SO. 105 75. m kg Jacket Material and Jacket AWG Min.030 Plastic▲ .060 Elastomer .045" conductor insulation thickness and .030 Elastomer . SJT.030 Elastomer .015 Elastomer . 5 2. Part of No. SJTO. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .P O R T A B L E C O R D A G E 9. The term Elastomer refers to thermoplastic elastomer. SO.015 Plastic . Standard Standard Lengths Conductor Insulation Material Unit Weight and Min. 105 75. the construction is integral or flat style with insulation also serving as jacket.030 Oil-Resistant Rubber . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . 105 75. 3. No. SJTO.030 Plastic . ST and STO may also be made in water-resistant grades with “Water-Resistant” printed on the jacket. 90 75. 90.045 Plastic . ST and STO may also be made for outdoor use and will be indicated by adding a “W” suffix to the cord type. 4. 3. † †† ▲ ◆ For cordage ratings higher than 60ºC.030 Plastic . 90. 90 75. the temperature limit is printed on the outside of the jacket. Similarly. 105 75. 90 75. 4.030" conductor insulation thickness and . 3.030 Elastomer†† .030 Rubber . 105 300 300 300 600 600 600 300 300 300 300 300 300 600 300 300 300 300 300 300 600 600 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 Types SVO. Cond. ** Where no jacket is shown.

12 10.11 10.7 10.4–10.10.1 Table of Contents Optical Fiber Cables Cable Selection Guide Optical Fiber Selection Optical Specifications Color Codes Interconnect Cable — Simplex & Duplex Tight Buffer — Riser & Plenum Distribution Cable Tight Buffer — Indoor Riser. Heavy-Duty Cable Loose Tube — Outdoor Central Tube Cable Loose Tube — Outdoor & Outdoor Armored Micro Loose Tube Breakout Style Cable Loose Tube — Outdoor. All Dielectric Cable Loose Tube — Indoor/Outdoor Riser Page No. Plenum & LSZH Breakout Style Cable Tight Buffer — Indoor Riser.12 10.2 10.8 10.10 10.3 10. Armored Cable Loose Tube — Outdoor & Indoor/Outdoor Riser Double Jacket.18 Please refer to “Terms of Use of Master Catalog” on page 22. Indoor/Outdoor OFN & Indoor/Outdoor Riser TrayOptic® Heavy-Duty.17 10 Optical Fiber 10.6–10.11–10.13 10.16–10. All Dielectric Cable Loose Tube — Outdoor & Indoor/Outdoor Riser Loose Tube — Indoor/Outdoor Plenum Double Jacket.5 10.2 10.2 10.15 10.2 10.14 10. Plenum & LSZH Industrial Armored Cable Tight Buffer — Riser & Plenum Tactical Cable Tight Buffer — Outdoor Ribbon Cable Riser & Plenum Single Jacket.9 10.22 . 10.

0 3. or you cannot find a optical fiber cable in this catalog section that meets your technical requirements.0/1.0 3.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.5/125µ 3 62. If you have a new or unusual application.3 FDDI grade† ITU G. Cable Selection Guide Optical Fiber Fiber Selection Chart Type Grade Fiber Size (µ) Standards Compliance Link Length (m) Data Rate (Gb) Color Code Charts Jacket Color Chart Cable Type Loose Tube & Outside Plant Cables Industrial Tray Cables Tight Buffered Cables Grades 2.0 3. Many of these are available off-the-shelf from distributors.4 Grades 5. Laser 2 Bandwidth (MHz-km) Max. Ribbon.50/1.6 Single-mode Nonstandard jacket colors are available upon request. Customer Service Most of our optical fiber cables are available from stock.50/1.5/125µ 4 50/125µ 5 50/125µ 6 50/125µ Single-mode Enhanced 6 Operating Wavelength (nm) Min. The unmatched resources of Belden have now generated a complete line of indoor and outdoor cable products in tight buffered and loose tube constructions.50/1.3.25 300/2000 1000 5/600 300/300 850/1300 3000/500 4000/500 3. Link Length (meters S/L4) 1 2 850/1300 200/500 220/500 3. determined by RML or DMD performance specifications 3 Max.25/1.3-1 ISO 11801 OM3 TIA/EIA-568-B.25 300/2000 1000 5/600 500/300 1310/1550 — — 0.50/1. OFL1 Bandwidth (MHz-km) Min.0 3.3 TIA/EIA-568-B.c/d†† 500 10 300 600 1. contact Technical Support at 1-800-BELDEN-1 for additional information.000 550 — — 10 1 1 1 — — Fiber Sub-unit Color Code Chart* Fiber/Tube No.50 —/5000 —/5000 —/10.30 0. 7 8 9 10 11 12 Color Red Black Yellow Violet Rose Aqua Optical Specifications Grade: Glass Type: 2 62. Link Length (meters S/L4) 1 Gb Ethernet Min. Jacket Color Black Orange Orange Aqua Yellow Multimode 6 50/125 5 4 3 2 1▲ — 50/125 50/125 62.1 • w w w .80/0. but not recommended for future installations. 1 2 3 4 5 6 *Per EIA/TIA 598-A Grade 1 fibers are available upon request.8 0 0 .3 TIA/EIA-568-B.5/125 62.5/125 62. b e l d e n .2 Cable Selection Guide Introduction The Belden line of Optical Fiber Cables represents a new selection of the best optical fiber cable products offered by the consolidated resources of the Belden organization.25 300/2000 500/1000 35/300 4 5 850/1300 500/500 510/500 3. Attenuation for Tight Buffered.25 300/2000 600/600 85/300 850/1300 1500/500 2000/500 3.50/1.652.5/125 — Single-mode ▲ exceeds TIA/EIA-568-B.40/0.3-1 ISO 11801 OM3 TIA/EIA-568-B. Link Length (meters S/L4) 10 Gb Ethernet Min. Micro-Loose Tube and Loose Tube Plenum Cables S/L = Short wavelength (850 nm) / Long wavelength (1310 nm) >2000 meters for engineered links 6 Low water peak Single-Mode suitable for CWDM use complies with ITU G.25 300/2000 300/550 35/300 850/1300 200/500 385/500 3.652. c o m .0 3.c/d F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .0/1.B E L D E N . Attenuation Loose Tube (dB/km) Max.0/1. This offering now expands the available applications for Belden optical fiber cable. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Used in most current cable plants. Attenuation Tight Buffered 3 (dB/km) 100 Mb Fast Ethernet Min.25/1. except as patch cordage †† Low water peak fiber with advantages for CWDM applications † Color Blue Orange Green Brown Slate White Fiber/Tube No.000 OFL = Overfilled Launch Effective Modal Bandwidth.

N Interconnect Cable Series Riser (NEC/CEC OFNR/OFN FT4) 1 M97112 M9A001 2 M96915 M9A002 Plenum (NEC/CEC OFNP/OFN FT6) 1 M98086 M9A003 2 M96919 M9A004 M9C001 M9C002 M9C003 M9C004 M9W001 M9W002 M9W003 M9W004 0. c o m 10 • Optical Fiber Cables Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Plenum UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance .2 2.9 x 5. making them ideal for confined spaces. 15 x OD 10 x OD See page 10.9 2. min.1 • w w w .) 900 Micron Buffered Fiber 5. They are small and very flexible.23 0.9 mm (. Jacket Material Tight Buffer Strength Member Color Code (Tight Buffer) Jacket Color Single-mode 62. Available in 1 or 2 fibers. One sub-unit is marked to permit easy identification of transmit and receive fibers.114 in./1000′ kg/km Max.9 x 5.8 0 0 .O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.) SIMPLEX DUPLEX No. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs.233 in. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Jacket -40 to +70°C -20 to +70°C 200 N/cm 20 Impacts @ 1.11 x 0.114 0. Length markings to facilitate installation. Please contact Customer Service for more details.23 2. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5/125 µm 50/125 µm / 1 Gbe 50/125 µm / 10 Gbe Ratings OFNR OFN FT4 UL 1666 OFNP OFN FT6 NFPA 262 PVC PVC Aramid Yarn Per EIA/TIA 598-A.9 6 12 6 13 9 18 9 19 90 180 90 180 400 801 400 801 All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.5 / 125µm Std. b e l d e n .3 Interconnect Cable — Simplex and Duplex Tight Buffer — Riser & Plenum Rated Applications ■ Patch panels ■ Workstation equipment connections ■ Horizontal distribution in open office environments Product Description Interconnect Cables are designed for low fiber-count premises environments.B E L D E N .114 0.9 2.9 mm (. Install Load Lbs. Their aesthetic appearance makes these cables suitable for use in open office environments.9 2. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std.2 Yellow Orange Orange Aqua Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Cyclic Flexing (EIA-455-104) Min. of Fibers Belden Part Number 62.11 x 0. see page 10.0 N-m 2000 cycles.

8 0 0 . Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Outer Jacket Aramid Strength Member Overall Polyester Tape Barrier -40 to +80°C -20 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Jacket Material Riser & Non-unitized Plenum Unitized Plenum Low Smoke Zero Halogen Tight Buffer Riser & Plenum Low Smoke Zero Halogen Strength Member Color Code (Tight Buffer) Jacket Color Single-mode 62.6 N-m 2000 cycles. Plenum & LSZH Rated Applications ■ Low to high fiber count requirements ■ In-building backbone ■ Fiber-to-the-desk applications ■ Computer room Product Description Flexible thermoplastic jacket provides excellent handling characteristics.2 Yellow Orange (Green for LSZH only) Orange Aqua Color Coded Jacket Specified Fiber (Color Coded) Upjacketed Central Strength Member Bundles of up to 12 Fibers Each 2 – 12 FIBERS >12 – 144 FIBERS F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . see page 10. no grounding required. min.1 • w w w .O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.2 PVC PVDF LSZH PVC LSZH Aramid Yarn Per EIA/TIA 598-A. Length markings in meters for easy determination of cable length. Full dielectric construction.5/125 µm 50/125 µm / 1 Gbe 50/125 µm / 10 Gbe Ratings Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Plenum UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Low Smoke Zero Halogen UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance OFNR OFN FT4 UL 1666 OFNP OFN FT6 NFPA 262 OFNR OFN FT4 UL 1666 Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Cyclic Flexing (EIA-455-104) Min. b e l d e n . MSHA approved cables are available.4 Distribution Cable Tight Buffer — Indoor Riser. 15 x OD 10 x OD See page 10. c o m . For Riser offering.B E L D E N . Fibers and cable sub-units are color coded for easy identification.

38 12.70 5. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .70 27./1000′ kg/km Max.60 6.08 5.72 8.5 Distribution Cable Tight Buffer — Indoor Riser.190 0.09 15.964 4.904 1.493 0.67 5.80 20. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs.40 24.644 0.96 26.10 5. *Single jacket design.750 0.5 M96963 6xSM/12x50 M96909 12xSM/12x50 M96908 Plenum (NEC/CEC OFNP/OFN FT6) 2 M9B043 M9A043 4 M9B044 M9A044 6 M9B045 M9A045 8 M9B046 M9A046 12 M9B048 M9A048 24 M9B611* M9A611* 24 M9B612 M9A612 36 M9B614 M9A614 48 M9B616 M9A616 72 M9B620 M9A620 96 M9B623 M9A623 144 M9B621 M9A621 Composite Plenum Cables 6xSM/6x62.798 0.220 0. Construction for LSZH cables differs from the drawing.67 4.184 0.5 M97041 12xSM/12x62.83 5.087 4.80 9. Install Load Lbs.70 24.42 4.B E L D E N .184 0.52 15.174 0.235 0.20 22.754 0.1 • w w w .325 0.347 0. Alternative fiber counts are available.973 1.225 0. N Distribution Cable Series Riser (NEC/CEC OFNR/OFN FT4) 2 M9B037 M9A037 4 M9B038 M9A038 6 M9B039 M9A039 8 M9B040 M9A040 12 M9B042 M9A042 24 M9B601* M9A601* 24 M9B602 M9A602 36 M9B604 M9A604 48 M9B606 M9A606 72 M9B609 M9A609 96 M9B622 M9A622 144 M9B619 M9A619 Composite Riser Cables 6xSM/12x62.386 0.883 0.15 22.48 8.5 / 125µm Std.255 0.047 4. Please contact Customer Service for more details.93 19.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.594 0.59 5.10 22.330 0.00 21.00 6. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std.220 0.36 15.26 12.599 0.200 0.184 0.50 8. b e l d e n .255 0.64 5.627 0.5 M97219 6xSM/6x50 M97412 6xSM/12x50 M97411 12xSM/12x50 M96780 LSZH (NEC/CEC OFNR/OFN FT4) 2 M9B100 M9A100 4 M9B101 M9A101 6 M9B102 M9A102 8 M9B103 M9A103 12 M9B104 M9A104 16 M9B105 M9A105 24 M9B107 M9A107 36 M9B111 M9A111 48 M9B112 M9A112 72 M9B114 M9A114 96 M9B116 M9A116 144 M9B120 M9A120 M9C037 M9C038 M9C039 M9C040 M9C042 M9C601* M9C602 M9C604 M9C606 M9C609 M9C622 M9C619 M9W037 M9W038 M9W039 M9W040 M9W042 M9W601* M9W602 M9W604 M9W606 M9W609 M9W622 M9W619 0. Plenum & LSZH Rated (continued) No.5 M97174 6xSM/12x62.222 0.835 0.8 0 0 .496 0.200 0.49 13 16 19 22 27 42 83 137 131 195 290 314 19 24 28 33 40 63 124 204 195 290 432 467 180 195 270 270 300 390 960 1440 945 1350 1983 2745 801 867 1201 1201 1334 1735 4270 6405 4203 6005 8820 12210 M9C100 M9C101 M9C102 M9C103 M9C104 M9C105 M9C107 M9C111 M9C112 M9C114 M9C116 M9C120 M9W100 M9W101 M9W102 M9W103 M9W104 M9W105 M9W107 M9W111 M9W112 M9W114 M9W116 M9W120 0.60 16.895 0.5 M96992 12xSM/12x62. c o m 10 • Optical Fiber Cables M9C043 M9C044 M9C045 M9C046 M9C048 M9C611* M9C612 M9C614 M9C616 M9C620 M9C623 M9C621 M9W043 M9W044 M9W045 M9W046 M9W048 M9W611* M9W612 M9W614 M9W616 M9W620 M9W623 M9W621 0. of Fibers Belden Part Number 62.60 15 17 21 24 29 43 54 214 237 270 364 384 22 25 31 36 43 63 79 313 347 395 532 561 180 195 270 270 300 315 450 1619 1619 1619 1619 1619 800 867 1201 1201 1334 1400 2000 7200 7200 7200 7200 7200 All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.97 6.21 19.59 14 13 16 19 22 40 89 134 131 197 268 365 21 19 24 28 33 60 132 199 195 293 399 543 180 195 270 270 300 390 1263 1913 1245 2093 2160 3645 801 867 1201 1201 1334 1735 5618 8509 5538 9310 9608 16213 . c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .235 0.

Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Color Coded Thermoplastic Jacket Outer Jacket -40 to +80°C -20 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 1.1 • w w w . min. MSHA approved cables are available. no grounding required. b e l d e n . 15 x OD 10 x OD See page 10.6 Breakout Style Cable Tight Buffer — Indoor Riser. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . For Riser offering. see page 10. Outer Jacket Material Riser & Plenum Plenum Low Smoke Zero Halogen Sub-unit Jacket Material Riser & Plenum Low Smoke Zero Halogen Tight Buffer Riser & Plenum Low Smoke Zero Halogen Strength Member Color Code (Tight Buffer) Jacket Color Single-mode 62. Plenum & LSZH Rated Applications ■ Low to medium fiber count requirements ■ In-building backbone or horizontal deployment ■ Office wiring ■ Factory floor automation and harsh environment installations Product Description Full dielectric construction.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10. Available with 2 to 36 fibers. Length markings in meters for easy determination of cable length.2 Yellow Orange (Green for LSZH only) Orange Aqua Aramid Strength Member 900 micron Tight Buffered Fiber Central Strength Member 2. Fiber subunits are color coded for easy identification.5/125 µm 50/125 µm / 1 Gbe 50/125 µm / 10 Gbe Ratings Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Plenum UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Low Smoke Zero Halogen UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance OFNR OFN FT4 UL 1666 OFNP OFN FT6 NFPA 262 OFNR OFN FT4 UL 1666 Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Cyclic Flexing (EIA-455-104) Min.8 0 0 . c o m .0 mm Sub-units F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .B E L D E N .6 N-m 2000 cycles.2 PVC PVDF LSZH PVC LSZH PVC LSZH Aramid Yarn Per EIA/TIA 598-A.

455 0.78 9. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .612 0.520 0.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.56 13.60 8. Install Load Lbs.680 6.54 7.37 8.405 0.7 Breakout Style Cable Tight Buffer — Indoor Riser. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs.15 9.99 17. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 mm Breakout Cables are also available.06 13.391 0.514 0.09 10.84 6.99 17.85 8.544 0. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std.456 0.230 0.1 • w w w . of Fibers Belden Part Number 62. c o m 10 • Optical Fiber Cables .56 13.263 0.351 0. 2.68 7.680 0.27 5.29 11.5 / 125µm Std.290 0. Please contact Customer Service for more details.385 0.590 0.455 0.53 9.590 0.B E L D E N .336 0.29 11.58 13.21 14.09 10.21 14./1000′ kg/km Max.82 15.92 9.405 0.8 0 0 .27 24 35 54 69 86 110 104 135 168 20 30 41 55 73 65 89 117 154 39 38 52 67 110 110 103 138 171 36 52 80 103 128 164 155 201 250 30 45 61 82 109 97 132 174 229 57 55 76 98 162 161 151 202 250 180 345 543 600 600 600 600 600 600 180 345 465 600 600 600 600 600 600 270 285 543 600 600 600 600 600 600 801 1535 2415 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 801 1535 2068 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 1200 1268 2415 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations. Plenum & LSZH Rated (continued) No.309 0.93 11.06 13.358 0.321 0.514 0.260 0.520 0. N Breakout Cable Series Riser (NEC/CEC OFNR/OFN FT4) 2 M9B005 M9A005 4 M9B006 M9A006 6 M9B007 M9A007 8 M9B008 M9A008 10 M9B009 M9A009 12 M9B010 M9A010 18 M9B011 M9A011 24 M9B012 M9A012 36 M9B083 M9A083 Plenum (NEC/CEC OFNP/OFN FT6) 2 M9B013 M9A013 4 M9B014 M9A014 6 M9B015 M9A015 8 M9B016 M9A016 10 M9B017 M9A017 12 M9B018 M9A018 18 M9B019 M9A019 24 M9B020 M9A020 36 M9B082 M9A082 LSZH (NEC/CEC OFNR/OFN FT4) 2 M9B130 M9A130 4 M9B131 M9A131 6 M9B132 M9A132 8 M9B133 M9A133 10 M9B134 M9A134 12 M9B135 M9A135 18 M9B136 M9A136 24 M9B137 M9A137 36 M9B138 M9A138 M9C005 M9C006 M9C007 M9C008 M9C009 M9C010 M9C011 M9C012 M9C083 M9C013 M9C014 M9C015 M9C016 M9C017 M9C018 M9C019 M9C020 M9C082 M9C130 M9C131 M9C132 M9C133 M9C134 M9C135 M9C136 M9C137 M9C138 M9W005 M9W006 M9W007 M9W008 M9W009 M9W010 M9W011 M9W012 M9W083 M9W013 M9W014 M9W015 M9W016 M9W017 M9W018 M9W019 M9W020 M9W082 M9W130 M9W131 M9W132 M9W133 M9W134 M9W135 M9W136 M9W137 M9W138 0.358 0. b e l d e n .

82 31.00 12.1 • w w w .620 0.095 1.970 0.906 1. see page 10. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs./1000′ kg/km Max.5 / 125µm Std.471 0.5/125 µm 50/125 µm / 1 Gbe 50/125 µm / 10 Gbe Ratings Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Plenum UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Min.55 12. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . of Fibers Belden Part Number 62.00 19.90 33.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.245 1.506 0.8 Industrial Armored Cable Tight Buffer — Riser & Plenum Rated Applications ■ Industrial environments ■ Rugged installations ■ Manufacturing plants ■ Mining operations ■ Telecommunications and data trunk ■ Inter.970 1. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Also available for outside plant. b e l d e n .70 17.62 33.881 0.331 14. N Industrial Armored Series Riser (NEC/CEC OFCR/OFC FT4) 6 M9B230 M9A230 12 M9B231 M9A231 24 M9B232* M9A232* 24 M9B233 M9A233 36 M9B234 M9A234 48 M9B235 M9A235 72 M9B236 M9A236 96 M9B237 M9A237 144 M9B238 M9A238 Plenum (NEC/CEC OFCP/OFC FT6) 6 M9B240 M9A240 12 M9B241 M9A241 24 M9B242* M9A242* 24 M9B243 M9A243 36 M9B244 M9A244 48 M9B245 M9A245 72 M9B246 M9A246 96 M9B247 M9A247 144 M9B248 M9A248 M9C230 M9C231 M9C232* M9C233 M9C234 M9C235 M9C236 M9C237 M9C238 M9C240 M9C241 M9C242* M9C243 M9C244 M9C245 M9C246 M9C247 M9C248 M9W230 M9W231 M9W232* M9W233 M9W234 M9W235 M9W236 M9W237 M9W238 M9W240 M9W241 M9W242* M9W243 M9W244 M9W245 M9W246 M9W247 M9W248 0.8 0 0 .2 Yellow Orange Orange Aqua Color Coded Jacket Specified Fiber (Color Coded) Bundles of up to 12 Fibers Each Central E-Glass Strength Member No.631 0.0 N-m 20 x OD 15 x OD See page 10.50 15. Rodent resistant.38 23.81 126 149 179 263 368 368 481 625 675 87 103 151 289 309 320 451 608 687 188 222 266 391 548 548 716 930 1005 129 153 225 430 460 476 671 905 1022 270 300 390 600 600 600 600 600 600 270 300 390 600 600 600 600 600 600 1201 1334 1735 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 1201 1334 1735 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 Additional optical fiber cable constructions are available upon request.256 1.00 21. Loose tube design available on request. c o m .845 0.and intra-building installations Product Description Heavy duty construction with interlocking aluminum armor (steel available on request) provides excellent mechanical protection from cutting or crushing and eliminates need for innerduct.84 22.320 0.570 0. Jacket Material Riser & Plenum Buffer Tube Strength Member Central Strength Member Armor Color Code (Buffer) Jacket Color Single-mode 62.B E L D E N . Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Aramid Strength Member Outer Jacket Inner Jacket Aluminum Armor OFCR OFC FT4 UL 1666 OFCP OFC FT6 NFPA 262 -40 to +70°C -20 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 3.64 27.01 26.2 PVC PVC Aramid Yarn E-Glass Aluminum Per EIA/TIA 598-A.056 1.670 0.64 24. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std.90 16.82 31.781 0. Install Load Lbs. *Single jacket design. Please contact Customer Service for more details.46 24. All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.

2 Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Cyclic Flexing (EIA-455-104) Min.236 0. c o m 10 • Optical Fiber Cables .8 0 0 .7 7. Install Load Lbs. Designed to military standards. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .5 5.225 0. see page 10. All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.9 Tactical Cable Tight Buffer — Outdoor Applications ■ ENG vehicles ■ Outdoor news.B E L D E N . min.1 • w w w . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Jacket Material Buffer Strength Member Color Code (Jacket & Fibers) UV-resistant PU Polyester Aramid Yarn Per EIA/TIA 598-A.5 / 125µm Std. b e l d e n .280 5.217 0. 50/125 micron fiber available on request.7 6. / 1 Gbe Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs. of Fibers Belden Part Number 62.0 6.1 19 21 23 26 28 31 28 31 34 39 42 46 330 330 330 330 330 330 1468 1468 1468 1468 1468 1468 Please contact the Technical Support Group for proper connectivity integration and installation guidance. Please contact Customer Service for more details.3 6. 15 x OD 8 x OD See page 10.265 0. Tactical Cable provides a durable design for repeated deployment and retrieval cycles and a superior level of crush resistance. N Tactical Series Outdoor 2 4 6 8 10 12 M96571 M96551 M96572 M96573 M96574 M96575 M96566 M96639 M96567 M96568 M96569 M96570 0.2 Tight Buffered Fiber Aramid Strength Member No.2 N-m 2000 cycles. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Outer Jacket -70 to +85°C -55 to +85°C 440 N/cm 200 Impacts @ 2. sporting or other events ■ Digital camera transmission ■ Military communications ■ Re-deployable communications Product Description Small and lightweight with a rugged jacket./1000′ kg/km Max.250 0.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.

9 2.0 x 4.78 x 0.115 0.78 x 0. Color coded fibers.9 2.158 0.2 Ribbon Fiber No.0 2.0 x 4.78 x 0.B E L D E N .78 x 0. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Optional identification printing available.0 x 4.114 0.0 x 2.10 Ribbon Cable Riser and Plenum Rated Applications ■ Inter-equipment connections ■ NEBS applications Product Description Small size is ideal for connections in tight spaces.8 0 0 . All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std.0 2.1 • w w w . min.6 5 4 6 6 7 5 4 6 6 7 7 6 9 9 10 7 6 9 9 10 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 444 444 444 444 444 444 444 444 444 444 Fiber Ribbon Cable is to be sold as bulk cable and has not been qualified for field connectorization. Suitable for use with standard ribbon connectors. N Ribbon Series Riser (NEC/CEC OFNR/OFN FT4) 2 M9B630 M9A630 4 M9B631 M9A631 6 M9B632 M9A632 8 M9B633 M9A633 12 M9B634 M9A634 Plenum (NEC/CEC OFNP/OFN FT6) 2 M9B640 M9A640 4 M9B641 M9A641 6 M9B642 M9A642 8 M9B643 M9A643 12 M9B644 M9A644 M9C630 M9C631 M9C632 M9C633 M9C634 M9C640 M9C641 M9C642 M9C643 M9C644 M9W630 M9W631 M9W632 M9W633 M9W634 M9W640 M9W641 M9W642 M9W643 M9W644 0.0 x 3. c o m .137 0. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .158 0.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10. see page 10./1000′ kg/km Max.5/125µm 50/125 µm / 1 Gbe 50/125 µm / 10 Gbe Ratings Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Plenum UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance OFNR OFN FT4 UL 1666 OFNP OFN FT6 NFPA 262 PVC Aramid Yarn Per EIA/TIA 598-A.78 x 0. 15 x OD 10 x OD See page 10.6 2.180 0. Jacket Material Strength Member Color Code (Jacket & Fibers) Jacket Color Single-mode 62.115 0.137 0.9 2.5 / 125µm Std.0 x 3.78 x 0. Please contact Customer Service for more details. b e l d e n .0 x 2.78 x 0. of Fibers Belden Part Number 62.180 2. Tight center-to-center tolerances.9 2.78 x 0. Flexible. Install Load Lbs. with half-inch minimum bend radius.0 x 4.5 2.114 0.2 Yellow Orange Orange Aqua Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Cyclic Flexing (EIA-455-104) Min. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Outer Jacket -40 to +80°C -20 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 1.6 N-m 2000 cycles.5 2.

2 Central E-Glass Strength Member No. Available with up to 216 fibers. All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.16 9. All Dielectric Cable Loose Tube — Outdoor./1000′ kg/km Max.11 Single Jacket.38 0.78 44 44 45 47 70 70 93 149 148 63 62 61 60 89 87 114 187 65 65 67 70 104 104 138 222 220 94 92 91 89 132 129 170 278 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 Alternative fiber counts are available.38 0. Available as Riser rated cable.1 • w w w .55 0.70 9. c o m 10 • Optical Fiber Cables . / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs.65 9.5 / 125µm Std.65 9.70 0. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail PE PVC PBT Aramid Yarn E-Glass Per EIA/TIA 598-A.65 9.B E L D E N .O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.72 0. Jacket Material Outdoor Riser Buffer Tube Strength Member Central Strength Member Color Code (Buffer) Jacket Color Ratings Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance OFNR OFN FT4 UL 1666 Specifications Temperature Range (Outdoor Series) Storage Operating Temperature Range (Riser Series) Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Min.20 12.38 0.48 0. see page 10.65 12.65 9.65 9.8 0 0 . no grounding required.38 0.38 0.55 0. All-dielectric strength member.65 9.38 0.65 12. Full dielectric construction.48 0. Install Load Lbs.38 0. N Loose Tube Series Outdoor 6 6 M9B510T M9A510T 12 6 M9B511T M9A511T 24 6 M9B500T M9A500T 36 6 M9B502T M9A502T 48 12 M9B505T M9A505T 72 12 M9B507T M9A507T 96 12 M9B513T M9A513T 144 12 M9B509T M9A509T 216 12 M9B520T M9A520T Riser (NEC/CEC OFNR/OFN FT4) 6 6 M9B810 M9A810 12 6 M9B811 M9A811 24 6 M9B812 M9A812 36 6 M9B813 M9A813 48 12 M9B814 M9A814 72 12 M9B815 M9A815 96 12 M9B816 M9A816 144 12 M9B817 M9A817 M9C510T M9C511T M9C500T M9C502T M9C505T M9C507T M9C513T M9C509T M9C520T M9C810 M9C811 M9C812 M9C813 M9C814 M9C815 M9C816 M9C817 M9W510T M9W511T M9W500T M9W502T M9W505T M9W507T M9W513T M9W509T M9W520T M9W810 M9W811 M9W812 M9W813 M9W814 M9W815 M9W816 M9W817 0. Please contact Customer Service for more details.89 17. thereby eliminating the need for service entrance splicing to in-building cable. and Indoor/Outdoor Riser Rated Applications ■ Medium to high fiber count requirements ■ Inter-building duct installations ■ Lashed aerial ■ Indoor/outdoor ■ Industrial outside plant Product Description Gel-filled buffer tube prevents water migration.6 N-m 20 x OD 15 x OD See page 10. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .19 13. of Fibers Fibers Per Tube Belden Part Number 62.19 12.48 0.20 13.89 17.2 Black Outer Jacket Thermoplastic Tube Moisture Blocking Gel Multiple 250 micron Fibers Fiber Bundles Aramid Strength Members Waterblocking Tape -50 to +80°C -40 to +70°C -40 to +80°C -40 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 1. b e l d e n . / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .78 18.38 0.48 0. Length markings in meters for easy determination of cable length.

90 12.89 33 33 47 47 48 71 105 189 49 49 70 70 71 106 156 281 320 320 405 405 405 585 903 1263 1423 1423 1801 1801 1801 2602 4017 5618 Alternative fiber counts and hybrid constructions are available.12 Single Jacket.1 • w w w . Available as Plenum rated cable.359 0.12 9.B E L D E N . thereby eliminating the need for service entrance splicing to in-building cable. / 1 Gbe Belden Part Number 50 / 125µm 50 / 125µm Std. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .359 0. 20 x OD 15 x OD See page 10.70 9. Fibers grouped into sets of 12 for maximum density. Small diameter and bend radius facilitate installation in tight spaces.73 16. Please contact Customer Service for more details.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.12 9. All Dielectric Cable Loose Tube — Indoor/Outdoor Plenum Rated Applications ■ Medium to high fiber count requirements ■ Inter-building duct installations ■ Lashed aerial ■ Indoor/outdoor ■ Campus backbones ■ Data Centers ■ High Density Cable Trays Product Description Dry waterblocking technology used within tubes and under jacket.265 0. no grounding required.2 PVC PVDF PVC E-Glass and Aramid Yarn Upjacketed Per EIA/TIA 598-A.359 0. Full dielectric construction. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Outer Jacket Aramid Strength Member Overall Tape Barrier OFNP OFN FT6 NFPA 262 -40 to +80°C -40 to +70°C 0 to +60°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 1.70 6./1000′ kg/km Max.12 10.501 0. N Loose Tube Series Plenum 6 12 24 36 48 72 96 144 (NEC/CEC OFNP/OFN FT6) 6 M9B202 M9A202 12 M9B204 M9A204 12 M9B205 M9A205 12 M9B206 M9A206 12 M9B207 M9A207 12 M9B209 M9A209 12 M9B211 M9A211 12 M9B215 M9A215 M9C202 M9C204 M9C205 M9C206 M9C207 M9C209 M9C211 M9C215 M9W202 M9W204 M9W205 M9W206 M9W207 M9W209 M9W211 M9W215 0. min. see page 10. Jacket Material Non-unitized Unitized Buffer Tube Strength Member Central Strength Member Color Code (Buffer) Jacket Color Ratings Plenum UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Installation Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Cyclic Flexing (EIA-455-104) Min. b e l d e n . Available with up to 144 fibers.2 Black Color Coded Jacket Specified Fiber (Color Coded) Upjacketed Central Strength Member Bundles of up to 12 Fibers Each 2 – 12 FIBERS >12 – 144 FIBERS No. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . Length markings in meters for easy determination of cable length.429 0. of Fibers Fibers Per Tube 62.265 0.6 N-m 2000 cycles.665 6. Install Load Lbs.5 / 125µm Std. / 1 Gbe 10 Gbe – 300M Outside Diameter Single-mode Enhanced Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs.8 0 0 . All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations. c o m .

/ 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std.72 13.66 0./1000′ kg/km Max.53 0.66 0.69 0.87 0.53 0. Install Load Lbs.1 • w w w . see page 10.70 0.87 0.65 0.10 22.72 13.76 16.8 0 0 .53 0.72 16. and Indoor/Outdoor Riser Rated Applications ■ Direct burial ■ Low to high fiber count requirements ■ Inter-building duct installations ■ Indoor/outdoor ■ Industrial outside plant Product Description Gel-filled buffer tube prevents water migration.46 13. Armored Cable Loose Tube – Outdoor.35 101 102 103 103 144 142 168 241 241 138 137 136 135 176 172 206 302 150 152 153 153 214 211 250 359 359 205 204 202 201 262 256 307 449 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.2 PE PVC PBT PVC Aramid Yarn E-Glass Corrugated Steel Tape Per EIA/TIA 598-A.54 0.51 17.2 Black Thermoplastic Tube No. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Fiber Bundles Outer Jacket Corrugated Steel Armor Inner Jacket Multiple 250µ Fibers Moisture Blocking Gel Aramid Strength Members E-Glass Central Strength Member Waterblocking Tape OFCR OFC FT4 UL 1666 -50 to +80°C -40 to +70°C -40 to +80°C -40 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 1.76 17.53 22.B E L D E N .72 13.51 16.13 Double Jacket.5 / 125µm Std. Rodent resistant.53 0.88 13.65 0. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . c o m 10 • Optical Fiber Cables . Please contact Customer Service for more details. Available as Riser rated cable.46 13.46 16. of Fibers Fibers Per Tube Belden Part Number 62. N Loose Tube Series — Armored Outdoor 6 6 M9B381T M9A381T 12 6 M9B382T M9A382T 24 6 M9B384T M9A384T 36 6 M9B386T M9A386T 48 12 M9B389T M9A389T 72 12 M9B391T M9A391T 96 12 M9B398T M9A398T 144 12 M9B393T M9A393T 216 12 M9B400T M9A400T Riser (NEC/CEC OFCR/OFC FT4) 6 6 M9B890 M9A890 12 6 M9B891 M9A891 24 6 M9B892 M9A892 36 6 M9B893 M9A893 48 12 M9B894 M9A894 72 12 M9B895 M9A895 96 12 M9B896 M9A896 144 12 M9B897 M9A897 M9C381T M9C382T M9C384T M9C386T M9C389T M9C391T M9C398T M9C393T M9C400T M9C890 M9C891 M9C892 M9C893 M9C894 M9C895 M9C896 M9C897 M9W381T M9W382T M9W384T M9W386T M9W389T M9W391T M9W398T M9W393T M9W400T M9W890 M9W891 M9W892 M9W893 M9W894 M9W895 M9W896 M9W897 0.6 N-m 20 x OD 15 x OD See page 10.46 13.10 13.54 0. thereby eliminating the need for service entrance splicing to in-building cable.78 22. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs. b e l d e n .54 0. Jacket Material Outdoor Riser Buffer Tube Outdoor Riser Strength Member Central Strength Member Armor Color Code (Buffer) Jacket Color Ratings Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance Specifications Temperature Range (Outdoor) Storage Operating Temperature Range (Riser) Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Min. Available in sizes up to 216 fibers. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Length markings in meters for easy determination of cable length.54 0.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.

72 15. see page 10.44 0.8 0 0 .18 11.6 N-m 20 x OD 15 x OD See page 10.72 13.44 0. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail PE PE PBT Aramid Yarn E-Glass Water Swellable Tape Per EIA/TIA 598-A.5 / 125µm Std. b e l d e n .44 0. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .18 11.61 0.1 • w w w .37 19.18 11.2 Black Dry Water-Blocking System Optical Fibers Polyethylene Outer Jacket Aramid Strength Member Polyethylene Inner Jacket Gel-filled Buffer Tube Dielectric Central Strength Member Rip Cords Fiber Bundles Binder -50 to +80°C -40 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 1. Heavy-Duty Cable Loose Tube — Outdoor Applications ■ Direct burial ■ Harsh environments ■ Applications requiring good ozone-. Install Load Lbs.18 11. c o m . / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.54 0.18 13.2 No.44 0./1000′ kg/km Max.18 11. moisture.44 0. N Loose Tube Series — Heavy Duty Outdoor 2 4 6 8 12 18 24 36 48 72 96 144 216 2 4 6 4 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 M9B840 M9B841 M9B842 M9B843 M9B844 M9B845 M9B846 M9B847 M9B848 M9B849 M9B820 M9B821 M9B822 M9A840 M9A841 M9A842 M9A843 M9A844 M9A845 M9A846 M9A847 M9A848 M9A849 M9A820 M9A821 M9A822 M9C840 M9C841 M9C842 M9C843 M9C844 M9C845 M9C846 M9C847 M9C848 M9C849 M9C820 M9C821 M9C822 M9W840 M9W841 M9W842 M9W843 M9W844 M9W845 M9W846 M9W847 M9W848 M9W849 M9W820 M9W821 M9W822 0.54 0.44 0.18 11.B E L D E N .44 0.14 Double Jacket.76 11.44 0.18 11. of Fibers Fibers Per Tube Belden Part Number 62.30 19.30 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 136 136 152 255 255 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 202 202 226 379 379 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.76 0. Please contact Customer Service for more details. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . Available with up to 216 fibers.and weather-resistance Product Description Gel-filled buffer tube prevents water migration. Jacket Material Outer Jacket: Inner Jacket: Buffer Tube Strength Member Central Strength Member Core Wrap Color Code (Buffer) Jacket Color Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Min.

F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .325 0.6 N-m 20 x OD 15 x OD See page 10.26 8. Jacket Material Buffer Tube Core Wrap Strength Member Armor Color Codes (Jacket & Fibers) Jacket Color PE PBT Water Swellable Tape Fiberglass Corrugated Steel Per EIA/TIA 598-A.410 0. impact and abrasion resistant.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10.41 36 36 36 36 36 36 72 72 72 72 72 72 54 54 54 54 54 54 108 108 108 108 108 108 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.5 / 125µm Std.2 Black Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Min.325 0. Crush.B E L D E N .410 0.410 0.15 Central Tube Cable Loose Tube—Outdoor.325 0. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs.41 10. Quick and easy end preparation.325 0.41 10. and Outdoor Armored Applications ■ Campus OSP backbones ■ Drop cable ■ Telecommunications and data trunk ■ Direct burial (armored only) ■ Lashed aerial Product Description Economical option for low fiber counts./1000′ kg/km Max. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 . N Central Tube Series Outdoor 2 M9B150 4 M9B151 6 M9B152 8 M9B153 10 M9B154 12 M9B155 Outdoor Armored 2 M9B170 4 M9B171 6 M9B172 8 M9B173 10 M9B174 12 M9B175 M9A150 M9A151 M9A152 M9A153 M9A154 M9A155 M9A170 M9A171 M9A172 M9A173 M9A174 M9A175 M9C150 M9C151 M9C152 M9C153 M9C154 M9C155 M9C170 M9C171 M9C172 M9C173 M9C174 M9C175 M9W150 M9W151 M9W152 M9W153 M9W154 M9W155 M9W170 M9W171 M9W172 M9W173 M9W174 M9W175 0.410 0.325 0.41 10.410 8. c o m 10 • Optical Fiber Cables . b e l d e n .2 SINGLE ARMOR ALL DIELECTRIC No. Install Load Lbs.26 8.26 8. see page 10.410 0.325 0.26 10.1 • w w w .8 0 0 .26 8. No rods – easy handling. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail MDPE Outer Jacket Steel Armor Fiberglass Strength Member Gel-filled Buffer Tube Optical Fibers Rip Cord -40 to +70°C -40 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 Impacts @ 1. of Fibers Belden Part Number 62. Fully waterblocked with gel-filled buffer tube. Please contact Customer Service for more details.41 10.41 10.26 8.

B E L D E N . b e l d e n .0 N-m 20 x OD 15 x OD See page 10. Breakout kits not required for connectorization. Indoor/Outdoor OFN & Indoor/Outdoor Riser Rated Applications ■ Ducts between buildings (above or below frost lines) ■ Lashed aerial ■ Telecommunications and data trunk Product Description Easy handling and termination of a breakout style cable. see page 10.16 Micro Loose Tube Breakout Style Cable Loose Tube – Outdoor. Jacket Material Outdoor Riser General Purpose Buffer tube Outdoor + Riser Strength Elements Strength Member(s) Color Codes (Jacket & Fibers) Jacket Color Ratings Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance General Purpose UL/cUL Type Flame Resistance OFNR OFN FT4 UL 1666 OFN UL 1581 Specifications Temperature Range Storage Operating Crush Resistance (EIA-455-41) Impact Resistance (EIA-455-25) Min. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .2 PE PVC TPE PBT Aramid Yarn Upjacketed Aramid Per EIA/TIA 598-A.8 0 0 .2 Black 900 micron Mini Tube Upjacketed Aramid Strength Members Gel-filled Buffer Aramid Strength Members F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1 • w w w . c o m . Bend Radius Installation Long Term Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Polyethylene Outer Jacket Sub-unit Jacket . Waterblocking gel for moisture protection.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10. Loose buffer dimensions compatible with standard connectors (900 µm).098 inch (2.5mm) -40 to +70°C -20 to +70°C 600 N/cm 20 Impacts @ 1.

64 9.372 0. Install Load Lbs.626 8.B E L D E N .5 / 125µm Std. b e l d e n .490 0.17 Micro Loose Tube Breakout Style Cable Loose Tube – Outdoor. All optical fiber products can be supplied in compliance with RoHS regulations.70 8. Please contact Customer Service for more details.25 9.25 10./1000′ kg/km Max. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm Std.14 15. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .8 0 0 .364 0.360 0.14 9.618 0. / 1 Gbe 50 / 125µm 10 Gbe – 300M Single-mode Enhanced Outside Diameter Inch mm Weight ′ Lbs.418 0.478 0.344 0.364 0.24 15.432 0.74 9.372 0.45 9.90 41 41 39 54 76 129 50 51 49 68 77 130 54 55 51 74 94 151 61 61 58 80 113 192 74 76 73 101 115 193 80 82 76 110 140 229 330 345 285 405 600 600 330 345 285 405 600 600 330 345 285 405 600 600 1468 1535 1267 1801 2700 2700 1468 1535 1267 1801 2700 2700 1468 1535 1267 1801 2700 2700 Please contact the Technical Support Group for proper connectivity integration and installation guidance.340 0.352 0.72 12.614 0.360 0. N Micro Loose Tube Series Outdoor 1 M9B700 2 M9B701 4 M9B702 6 M9B703 8 M9B704 12 M9B705 Indoor/Outdoor OFN 1 M9B720 2 M9B721 4 M9B722 6 M9B723 8 M9B724 12 M9B725 Indoor/Outdoor Riser 1 M9B740 2 M9B741 4 M9B742 6 M9B743 8 M9B744 12 M9B745 M9A700 M9A701 M9A702 M9A703 M9A704 M9A705 M9A720 M9A721 M9A722 M9A723 M9A724 M9A725 M9A740 M9A741 M9A742 M9A743 M9A744 M9A745 M9C700 M9C701 M9C702 M9C703 M9C704 M9C705 M9C720 M9C721 M9C722 M9C723 M9C724 M9C725 M9C740 M9C741 M9C742 M9C743 M9C744 M9C745 M9W700 M9W701 M9W702 M9W703 M9W704 M9W705 M9W720 M9W721 M9W722 M9W723 M9W724 M9W725 M9W740 M9W741 M9W742 M9W743 M9W744 M9W745 0.O P T I C A L F I B E R C A B L E S 10. c o m 10 • Optical Fiber Cables .97 12.45 15.424 0.45 10. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n .1 • w w w .94 9.62 12.482 0.14 10. Indoor/Outdoor OFN & Indoor/Outdoor Riser Rated (continued) No.60 8. of Fibers Belden Part Number 62.

540 FT4) 11. Fiber Type Jacket Material Strength Member Jacket Color Ratings Riser UL Type cUL Type Flame Resistance OFNR OFN FT4 IEEE 383-2003 62.18 11. b e l d e n . 12 lbs.6N-m 25 cycles.72 13. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . 20 x OD 15 x OD 600 lbs.440 12 6 0. Bend Radius Installation Long Term Maximum Installation Load Optical Specifications Fiber Bundle Detail Outer Jacket Inner Jacket Aramid Strength Member -40 to +70°C -40 to +70°C 2000 N/cm 2000 impacts @ 1.18 11.18 13.540 60 12 0.O P T I C A L ® F I B E R C A B L E S 10. c o m . CPE outer jacket option provides extra chemical or abrasion resistance. Waterblocking agent for moisture protection. 20 x OD radius min.18 11.440 18 6 0.440 8 4 0. c o n t a c t B e l d e n Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t : 1 .18 11.540 72 12 0./1000′ Weight kg/km TrayOptic Series Riser (NEC/CEC OFNR/OFN 2 2 0.440 48 12 0.. Please contact Customer Service for more details.18 TrayOptic Heavy-Duty.440 36 6 0. All Dielectric Cable Loose Tube — Indoor/Outdoor Riser Rated Applications ■ Industrial and other harsh environment applications ■ Factory automation ■ Direct burial Product Description Laser Optimized Fiber to handle Gigabit Ethernet light sources and expanded bandwidth requirements.1 • w w w . (2700 N) See page 10.72 13. of Fibers Fibers Per Tube Outside Diameter Inches mm Belden Part No. PVC Jacket Weight ′ Lbs.440 6 6 0.440 24 6 0.18 11.18 11.2 Waterblocking Agent Optical Fibers Gel-filled Buffer Tube Binder Dielectric Central Strength Member No.8 0 0 . CPE Jacket Weight ′ Lbs.72 I100255 I100455 I100655 I400855 I601255 I601855 I602455 I603655 I604855