Our one-of-a-kind coaxial cable was designed with first responders in mind. It satisfies NFPA 70 and 72, and it operates even after it’s exposed to 1850 degrees Fahrenheit for two hours straight. It’s simply the best method in existence for protecting critical DAS installations.
Extreme Fire Performance
Meets NFBA two-hour requirements for signal transmission even in the middle of an intense blaze.
Save up to 50 percent on every foot with a low-loss coaxial cable that doesn’t require expensive wraps.
Strong, malleable materials function even in tight bends and challenging installation areas.
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