Aiphone 872002P Two-Conductor Non-Shielded Plenum Wire - For Aiphone Intercom Systems (1000')

Aiphone 872002P Two-Conductor Non-Shielded Plenum Wire - For Aiphone Intercom Systems (1000')

Aiphone 872002P Two-Conductor Non-Shielded Plenum Wire - For Aiphone Intercom Systems (1000')

B&H # AI872002P10C MFR # 872002P10C
Aiphone 872002P Two-Conductor Non-Shielded Plenum Wire - For Aiphone Intercom Systems (1000')

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Product Highlights

  • Plenum Rated
  • 2-Conductor
  • 20 Gauge
  • Solid Bare Copper
  • FEP Insulation
  • Non-Shielded
  • Mid-Capacitance
  • Grey Polyvinylchloride Jacket
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The 1000 foot 872002P Two-Conductor Non-Shielded Plenum Wire from Aiphone is a 2-conductor, 20 AWG plenum-rated, non-shielded bulk cable, and is technically matched for use with the company's intercom systems. Utilizing the correct cable helps ensure proper system performance.

UL listed as Type FPLP or CL3P or CMP c(UL)us 75°C, FT-6
For data communications/applications
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Aiphone 872002P Two-Conductor Non-Shielded Plenum Wire - For Aiphone Intercom Systems (1000')
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Conductor 20 AWG
    Solid
    Annealed bare copper
    Insulation Material: FEP
    Wall Thickness: 0.008"
    Assembly Pairs Lay Length: 1.5" LHL
    Jacket Material: Plenum Rated Polyvinylchloride (SGPVC)
    Wall Thickness: 0.015"
    Diameter: Nominal 0.127"
    Color: Natural
    Weight: 14 lb (6.4 kg)
    Ripcord: Yes
    Electrical Characteristics Impedance: 83 ohm
    Capacitance: 18.0 pF/ft, +/-10%
    D.C. Resistance: 10.1 ohm per 1000' (305 m) @ 68°F (20°C)

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