Indoor/outdoor transition cable

Jan. 1, 1997

Indoor/outdoor transition cable

FirstLink indoor/outdoor transition cable eliminates the vault splicing needed at the point inside the building where the outside plant cables would traditionally be spliced to the indoor cables. The cable meets requirements for indoor and outdoor types and can be used as the first feed from the central office or customer premises to the outside network. It includes a fire-retardant tape as a first inner layer of protection and meets NEC regulations for cables that are used vertically within a building be tween floors. The cable passes UL-1666 flame-resistant test require ments as well as CSA FT-4, the Canadian equi valent.


Lexington, SC

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