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Tyco Electronics / AMP NETCONNECT CSI MasterFormat™ Category 6A Template Rev. 10/28/09



Tyco Electronics Corporation provides this information as a courtesy to its customers and potential customers. Customers should review the information to ensure conformity to the project specifications and current industry standards. Tyco Electronics reserves the right to change the programs or products mentioned at any time without notice.


TYCO ELECTRONICS DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. TYCO ELECTRONICS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS OR REVENUES, COSTS OF REPLACEMENT GOODS, OR DAMAGES RESULTING FROM USE OF OR RELIANCE ON THE INFORMATION.




^ AMP NETCONNECT Category 6A Telecommunication Cabling System using the MasterFormat™ Template


The intent of this document is to provide assistance in completing the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) MasterFormat™ template for an AMP NETCONNECT telecommunication cabling system.


This document provides the minimum performance criteria for the components and sub-systems comprising a complete cabling system. When the complete telecommunication cabling system is installed by an authorized contractor in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, the cabling system shall be warranted per the AMP NETCONNECT system performance and component warranties.


Product part numbers, general design considerations, and installation guidelines are provided in this document.


This document provides pertinent information to allow the contractor to bid the labor, supervision, tooling, and miscellaneous mounting hardware and consumables to install a complete system. It is the responsibility of the contractor to propose any and all items required for a complete system if not identified in this specification.


The Table of Contents lists those sections of the MasterFormat™ template covered in this document. Several sections herein are completed by inserting the applicable system information based on the performance and termination hardware.


[Text appearing in blue and within brackets requires input or a choice in options or features]


(Text in violet indicates amplifying information)


^ TABLE OF CONTENTS


AMP NETCONNECT Category 6A Telecommunication Cabling System using the MasterFormat™ Template


27 10 00 Structured Cabling

27 11 19 Communications termination Blocks and Patch Panels

27 13 13 Communications Copper Backbone Cabling

27 13 23 Communications Optical Fiber Backbone Cabling

27 15 13 Communications Copper Horizontal Cabling

27 15 43 Communications Faceplates and Connectors

27 16 19 Communications Patch Cords, Station Cords, and Cross Connect Wire


^ SECTION 27 10 00

Structured Cabling


PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 SUMMARY


A. Communications Structured Cabling System

1. Cable Infrastructure Project requires an AMP NETCONNECT Systems structured cabling system. The cabling system shall be backed by Tyco Electronics 25-Year System Warranty. The system warranty shall be facilitated by the Contractor and be established between the Customer and the cabling system Manufacturer.


2. Deploy [one or two] data circuit(s) to each user outlet as a standard configuration. Data circuit(s) shall consist of Category 6A F/UTP [riser or plenum] cable, patch panels, faceplates, and patch cords as a standard configuration. End-to-end data circuit beginning at the work area equipment shall include a work area patch cord, faceplate with jacks, horizontal cable, rack mount patch panel, and cross-connect patch cords connecting the equipment in the Telecommunication Room (TR).


3. Deploy [one or two] voice circuit(s) to each user outlet as a standard configuration. Voice circuit(s) shall consist of Category 6A F/UTP [riser or plenum] cable(s), patch panels, faceplates, and patch cords as a standard configuration. End-to-end voice circuit beginning at the work area equipment shall include a work area patch cord, faceplate with jacks, horizontal cable, rack-mounted patch panels, and patch cords to cross-connect to the [backbone riser frames or VoIP switches] within each Telecommunication Room (TR).


[4.] Deploy optical fiber data circuits in the backbone consisting of multi-fiber trunk cables, fiber enclosures, and patch cords as a standard configuration. End-to-end data circuit beginning at the TR shall include a cross-connect patch cord, fiber enclosure, multi-fiber trunk cable, another fiber enclosure, and another cross-connect patch cord connecting the equipment in the Main Cross-connect (MC). Backbone circuits shall contain [XG (850nm LO 50/125μm) and/or single-mode] fiber trunk cables and patch cords.


[5.] Deploy Category 6A F/UTP data circuits in the backbone consisting of 4-pair cable, patch panels, and patch cords as a standard configuration. End-to-end data backbone circuit beginning at the TR shall include a cross-connect patch cord, patch panel, backbone cable, another patch panel, and another cross-connect patch cord connecting the equipment in the Main Cross-connect (MC).


[6.] Deploy Category 6A F/UTP voice circuits in the backbone consisting of 4-pair cable, patch panels, and patch cords as a standard configuration. End-to-end voice backbone circuits beginning at the TR shall include a cross-connect patch cord, rack-mounted patch panels, backbone cable, another rack-mounted patch panel, another cross-connect patch cord connecting the equipment in the Main Cross-connect (MC).


B. Contractor Requirements


1. Furnish all labor, supervision, tooling, miscellaneous mounting hardware and consumables for each cabling system installed. Maintain current status with the warranting manufacturer, including all training requirements, for the duration of the Cable Infrastructure Project. Staff each installation crew with the appropriate number of trained personnel, in accordance with their manufacturer/warranty contract agreement, to support the 25-Year System Warranty requirements. After installation, submit all documentation to support the warranty in accordance with the manufacturer’s warranty requirements, including test results, and to apply for said warranty on behalf of the customer. The system warranty will cover the components and labor associated with the repair/replacement of any failed link as a result of a defective product when a valid warranty claim is submitted within the warranty period.



2. Establish a single point of contact (POC) with the Customer who will be responsible for reporting progress and updating the Customer’s technical representative with issues that the Owner must address to facilitate the cabling system installation. POC shall provide [daily, weekly] written reports to the Customer’s technical representative detailing progress. Requests for access to limited access or restricted areas shall be made [number of days] prior to the required access. Information critical to the completion of the task or project shall be communicated to the Customer’s technical representative as the requirement becomes known. Casual information shall be passed during the scheduled progress report.


3. Maintain the Customer’s facility in a neat and orderly manner during the installation of the communications cabling system. The Customer’s facilities shall be maintained in broom clean condition at the completion of work each day. At the completion of work in each area, perform a final cleaning of debris prior to moving the installation crew to the next work area.


^ 1.02 PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES


A. Allowances

1. [List products and work included that are covered by quantity allowances or cash allowances. Do not include cash amounts. Ensure the statements used complement Division 01, Section 01 21 00 – Allowances.]


1.03 REFERENCES


A. Reference Standards


1. Design, manufacture, test, and install data distribution systems per manufacturer’s requirements and in accordance with NFPA 70 (National Electric Code), state codes, local codes, requirements of authorities having jurisdiction, and particularly the following specifications.


a. This Technical Specification and Associated Drawings

b. ANSI/TIA-568-C.0, ^ Generic Telecommunications Cabling for Customer Premises, and its published addenda.

c. ANSI/TIA-568-C.1, Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard, and its published addenda.

d. ANSI/TIA-568-C.2, Copper Cabling Components Standard, and its published addenda.

e. ANSI/TIA-568-C.3, Optical Fiber Cabling Components Standard, and its published addenda.

f. ANSI/TIA/EIA-569-B, Commercial Building Standard for Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces, and its published addenda

g. ANSI/TIA/EIA-606-A, ^ Administration Standard for the Telecommunications Infrastructure of Commercial Buildings, and its published addenda

h. ANSI/J-STD-607-A, Commercial Building Grounding (Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications, and its published addenda.

i. Building Industries Consulting Services International (BICSI) ^ Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM)

j. AMP NETCONNECT Design and Installation Contractor Agreement

k. ANSI/TIA-942, Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers, and its published addenda.

l. AMP NETCONNECT Undercarpet Cabling Planning and Installation Manual 409-5566


2. Determine and adhere to the most recent edition of these specifications when developing responses.





^ 1.04 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS


A. [Coordination, Pre-installation Meetings, Sequencing, Scheduling]


1. [Specify unusual or detailed coordination requirements affecting the work results of this Section.]


2. [Describe requirements for meetings to coordinate products and techniques.]


3. [Include requirements for coordinating work that must be done in sequence with work in another section.]


4. [Include requirements for coordinating work that requires unusual scheduling with work in other sections.]


1.05 SUBMITTALS


(Procedural requirements for submittals should be addressed in Division 01, Section 01 33 00 – Submittal Procedures)

A. Product Data:


1. The Customer’s Cable Infrastructure Project requires an AMP NETCONNECT Systems structured cabling system. The cabling system shall be backed by Tyco Electronics 25-Year System Warranty.


B. Shop Drawings:


1. Indicate typical layout including dimensions and other data necessary for satisfactory construction that are not shown in the contract documents.

2. Submit details drawings of [ ]


3. Submit details drawings of special accessory components not included in Tyco Electronics/AMP NETCONNECT product data.


4. Provide the central drawing set to the Owner at the conclusion of the project. The marked up drawing set will accurately depict the as-built status of the system including termination locations, cable routing, and all administration labeling for the cabling system. In addition, a narrative will be provided that describes any areas of difficulty encountered during the installation that could potentially cause problems to the telecommunications system.


C. Manufacturer Instructions


1. Customer’s technical representative will make periodic inspection of the project in progress. One inspection will be performed at the conclusion of cable pulling, prior to closing of the false ceiling, to inspect the method of cable routing and support and the firestopping of penetrations. A second inspection will be performed at completion of cable termination to validate that cables were dressed and terminated in accordance with the ANSI/TIA-568-C standards for jacket removal and pair untwist, compliance with Manufacturer’s minimum bend radius, and that cable ends are dressed neatly and orderly.


^ 1.06 CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS


A. Test and Evaluation Reports


1. Provide test documentation in a three-ring binder(s) within three weeks after the completion of the project. The binder(s) shall be clearly marked on the outside front cover and spine with the words “Test Results”, the project name, and the date of completion (month and year). The binder shall be divided by major heading tabs: Horizontal and Backbone. Each major heading shall be further sectioned by test type. Within the horizontal and backbone sections, scanner test results (Category 6), fiber optic attenuation test results, OTDR traces (if any), and green light test results shall be segregated by tab. Test data within each section shall be presented in the sequence listed in the administration records. The test equipment name, manufacturer, model number, and last calibration date will also be provided at the end of the document. The test document shall detail the test method used and the specific settings of the equipment during the test.


2. When repairs and re-tests are performed, the problem and corrective action taken shall be noted, and both the failed and passed test data shall be collocated in the binder.

B. Maintenance Contracts


1. Furnish an hourly rate with the proposal submittal which shall be valid for a period of one year from the date of acceptance. This rate will be used when cabling support is required to affect moves, adds, and changes (MACs) to the system. MACs performed by an authorized contractor shall not void the Manufacturer’s warranty.


C. Warranty Documentation


1. Facilitate a 25-year system performance warranty between the Manufacturer and the Owner.


^ 1.07 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A. Manufacturer


1. Tyco Electronics


B. Installer


1. Maintain current status with the warranting manufacturer, including all training requirements, for the duration of the Cable Infrastructure Project. Staff each installation crew with the appropriate number of trained personnel, in accordance with their manufacturer/warranty contract agreement, to support the 25-Year System Warranty requirements. After installation, submit all documentation to support the warranty in accordance with the manufacturer’s warranty requirements, including test results, and to apply for said warranty on behalf of the customer. The system warranty will cover the components and labor associated with the repair/replacement of any failed link as a result of a defective product when a valid warranty claim is submitted within the warranty period.


^ 1.08 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING


A. Deliver materials to site in manufacturer’s original, unopened, protective containers and packaging, with labels clearly identifying product name and manufacturer.

1. Store materials in secure, clean, and dry area indoors in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.


2. Protect materials and finish from damage and moisture during handling and installation.


1.09 WARRANTY


A. Manufacturer Warranty


1. Facilitate a 25-year system performance warranty between the Manufacturer and the Owner. An extended component warranty shall be provided which warrants functionality of all cabling and connectivity components used in the system for 25 years from the date of acceptance. The performance warranty shall warrant the installed horizontal copper and both the horizontal and the backbone optical fiber portions of the cabling system. Copper and Fiber Optic drops shall be warranted to the link performance as defined in the ANSI/TIA-568-C standards.


2. Upon completion of the project, the Customer’s technical representative will perform a final inspection of the installed cabling system with the Contractor’s project foreman. The final inspection will be performed to validate that all horizontal and backbone cables were installed as defined in the drawing package, and that the installation meets the aesthetic expectations of the Customer.


3. Upon receipt of the test documentation, the Customer reserves the right to perform spot testing of a representative sample of the cabling system to validate test results provided in the test document. Customer testing will use the same method employed by the Contractor, and minor variations will be allowed to account for differences in test equipment and test variability. If significant discrepancies are found, the Contractor will be notified for resolution.


4. During the three week period between final inspection and delivery of the test and as-built documentation, the Customer will activate the cabling system. The Customer will validate operation of the cabling system during this period.


5. Completion of the installation, in-progress and final inspections, receipt of the test, receipt of the as-built documentation, and successful performance of the system for a two week period will constitute acceptance of the system


B. Special Warranty


1. Warrant the cabling system against defects in workmanship for a period of one year from the date of system acceptance. The warranty shall cover all labor and materials necessary to correct a failed portion of the system and to demonstrate performance within the original installation specifications after repairs are accomplished. This warranty shall be provided at no additional cost to the Owner.


^ PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.00 OWNER FURNISHED


A. [Include information about systems, products, and accessories that are provided by the owner]


2.01 MANUFACTURED COMPONENTS


A. Manufacturer List


1. Tyco Electronics


B. Product Options


1. Tyco Electronics / AMP NETCONNECT Cabling System




C. Performance


1. Copper and Optical Fiber drops shall be warranted to the link performance as defined in the ANSI/TIA-568-C standard.


D. Finishes


1. [Color and finish as selected by Architect]

^ PART 3 EXECUTION

3.00 INSTALLERS


A. Maintain current status with the warranting manufacturer, including all training requirements, for the duration of the Cable Infrastructure Project. Staff each installation crew with the appropriate number of trained personnel in accordance with their manufacturer/warranty contract agreement to support the 25-Year System Warranty requirements.


3.01 INSTALLATION


A. Install all systems in accordance with manufacturer’s printed instructions, as well as all [State [Municipality] of [ ] codes and standards].


1. Install wall plate units plumb, level, square, and free from warp or twist wile maintaining dimensional tolerance and alignment with surrounding construction [adjacent surfaces].


B. Special Techniques


1. Termination of RJ45 modular jacks shall be completed using a hand tool which employs a fully repeatable, self centering, non-impact mechanical termination process. This process shall simultaneously cut and terminate all 8 conductors to the modular jack.


^ 3.02 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL


A. Copper and Fiber Optic Systems shall be installed as defined in the ANSI/TIA-568-C standards.


B. Field Tests


1. Copper and Fiber Optic Systems shall be field tested as defined in the ANSI/TIA-568-C standards.

C. Non-Conforming Work


1. [Describe requirements for identification and correction of non-conforming work.]


^ 3.03 CLOSEOUT ACTIVITIES


A. [Requirements for demonstrating, instructing, and training owner on the operation of the system]


END OF SECTION




27 11 19

Communications Termination Blocks and Patch Panels

^ PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 SUMMARY


A. Communications Termination Blocks and Patch Panels

1. Termination block fields shall be mounted on 4’ x 8’ x .75” virgin fire retardant plywood, unless otherwise noted in drawings, and shall be on the opposite side of the room from the room entrance. Backbone termination fields shall be mounted to the left of the horizontal voice fields. Conduits with 4” minimum diameter shall be used in all closets. Conduits for data backbone shall be located adjacent to the racks and conduits for voice shall be located adjacent to the voice termination fields. Provide innerduct for all backbone fiber runs. Provide required ladder and wall-mount management rings to properly support and dress cables from conduits to racks and frames.


2. Patch panels and fiber enclosures shall be shall be contained in 19” x 7’ rack(s). All equipment racks shall be augmented with horizontal and vertical cable management hardware, both front and rear, to properly dress horizontal cables and patch cords.


[B.] Data Center Patch Panels and Fiber Enclosures


1. Patch panels and fiber enclosures shall be mounted in floor standing equipment racks or cabinets. Rows of racks/cabinets shall be arranged with the fronts facing each other to provide alternating hot and cold aisles. Cold aisles shall be in the front of the racks/cabinets, and hot aisles shall be in the rear of the racks/cabinets. Communication cabling should run under the access floor in the hot aisle. Blank panels should be installed in unused rack/cabinet spaces to assist the function of the hot and cold aisles.


^ PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.00 OWNER FURNISHED


A. [Include information about systems, products, and accessories that are provided by the owner]


2.01 MANUFACTURED COMPONENTS


A. Manufacturer List


1. Tyco Electronics


B. Product Options (Insert applicable sections shown below)

1. Category 6A F/UTP Patch Panels for [Voice and] Data Circuits





Angled Patch Panel

Patch Panel



a. Horizontal termination for [voice and] data circuits shall consist of Category 6A F/UTP [angled] patch panels, which shall be [1U, 2U, or 4U] high and provide [24 or 48] modular jack ports wired to [T568A or T568B]. Patch panels shall be configured with individually replaceable jacks. Modular jacks shall be compatible with AMP NETCONNECT SL Series Modular Jack Termination Tool part number 1725150-1.


b. Each modular jack shall be provided with a bend-limiting strain relief. The strain relief shall provide cylindrical support to limit the bend radius at the point of termination.


c. Each modular jack shall be bagged separately from the patch panel.


  1. [The front of each 6-port module shall be capable of accepting 9mm to 12mm labels.] Each port shall be capable of accepting an icon to indicate its function. Patch panels shall terminate the building cabling on 110-style insulation displacement connectors. Patch panels shall meet the ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 requirements for Category 6A performance.




  1. Patch panels shall be AMP NETCONNECT product part number(s) [(see Table 1)].



Description

Port Count

Rack Mount Units




Part Numbers

Category 6A F/UTP SL Series Patch Panel

24

1U

Unloaded, jacks bagged

1933319-2

Category 6A F/UTPSL Series Patch Panel

48

2U

Unloaded, jacks bagged

1933320-2

Angled, Category 6A F/UTP SL Series Patch Panel

24

1U

Unloaded, jacks bagged

1933321-2

Angled, Category 6A F/UTP SL Series Patch Panel

48

2U

Unloaded, jacks bagged

1933322-2






Table [1]

Patch Panel Part Numbers






^ 2. LC Fiber Optic Patch Panels/Enclosures


a. Fiber optic cables shall be terminated with LC connectors in each Telecommunications Room (TR). Terminations shall be housed in [1U, 2U, 3U or 4U] rack-mount enclosures providing protection for the terminated fibers. LC connector shall accept 900µm buffered [XG 50/125um or single-mode] fiber.


b. [Simplex or Duplex] [XG 50/125um or single-mode] LC connectors shall be [no-epoxy/no-polish or epoxy/polish] and terminate with 900um tight-buffered fiber. LC connectors shall meet the most recent revision of TIA/EIA-568-C.3 standard, and its published addenda.


c. [No-epoxy/no-polish LC connectors shall be compatible with AMP NETCONNECT Termination Tool Kit part numbers [1278118-4, or 1754845-1].]

d. LC connectors in the TR shall be AMP NETCONNECT product part number [see Table [1]].


Simplex/Duplex LC Connector

No-Epoxy/No-Polish

Epoxy/Polish

Simplex, XG 50/125um

6754483-4

1918385-3

Duplex, XG 50/125um

6754485-4

1918388-3










Simplex, Single-mode

6754482-1

1918384-1

Duplex, Single-mode

6754484-1

1918387-1


^ Table [1]

LC Connector Part Numbers



e. Each LC connector shall be held by a LC duplex coupler snap-in adapter plate. Adapter plates shall be installed into rack-mount fiber optic enclosure. LC duplex snap-in adapter plate shall be AMP NETCONNECT product part number [see Table [2])].






Adapter Description

Fiber Count

Fiber Type

Adapter Color

Part Number

LC Adapter

12

XG 50 um

Aqua

1374463-5

Single-mode

Blue

1374463-1

24

XG 50 um

Aqua

1435516-5

Single-mode

Blue

1435516-1


^ Table [2]

LC Adapter Plates



f. Fiber optic enclosures shall be capable of containing [[72, 96, 192, or 288] LC simplex connectors or [36, 48, 96, or 144] LC duplex connectors.]

g. Fiber optic enclosures shall be AMP NETCONNECT product part number(s) [(see Table [3]).


h. [Each fiber patch enclosure shall be separated vertically on the rack by a 2U rack-mount fiber management enclosure. Management enclosures shall be AMP NETCONNECT product part number 1435808-1.]



Description

Fiber Count

Port Count

Rack Units

Part Numbers

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, standard cables

72

36

1U

1348876-4

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, Armored and Trunk cables

72

36

1U

1435555-1

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, standard cables,

Slide mounting brackets, clear removable top

72

36

1U

1-1657014-7

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, standard cables

96

48

2U

559542-2

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, Armored and Trunk cables

96

48

2U

1435556-1

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, standard cables

192

96

3U

559614-2

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, Armored and Trunk cables

192

96

3U

1435557-1

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, standard cables

288

144

4U

559552-2

Rack Mount Patch Enclosure, Armored and Trunk cables

288

144

4U

1435558-1

Rack Mount Fiber Management Enclosure, Holds Excess loops of Fiber Cable or Patch Cords

-

-

2U

1435808-1


Table [3]

Fiber Enclosure Part Numbers


^ PART 3 EXECUTION


3.03 INSTALLATION


A. Install all systems in accordance with manufacturer’s printed instructions, as well as all [State [Municipality] of [ ] codes and standards].


[B.] Frames shall be oriented so that backbone frames are located on the left and horizontal frames are located on the right of the termination field when facing the frame assembly.


[C.] The horizontal data terminations shall be contained in 19” x 7’ rack(s). All equipment racks shall be augmented with horizontal and vertical cable management hardware, both front and rear, to properly dress horizontal cables and patch cords.


[D.] Each patch panel shall be separated vertically on the rack by a [1U (for 1U patch panels) or 2U (for 2U and 4U patch panels)] horizontal cable management panel.


[E.] Patch panels and fiber enclosures shall be mounted in floor standing equipment racks or cabinets. Rows of racks/cabinets shall be arranged with the fronts facing each other to provide alternating hot and cold aisles. Blank panels should be installed in unused rack/cabinet spaces to assist the function of the hot and cold aisles. Installation should follow the recommendations listed in ANSI/TIA-942, Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers specification.


^ END OF SECTION




27 13 13

Communications Copper Backbone Cabling

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 SUMMARY


[A. Communications Copper Backbone Cabling]


1. Backbone cabling for [voice and/or data] circuits shall be Category 6A, 24 AWG, 4-pair ^ F/UTP, UL/NEC [CMP or CMR] rated, and be independently verified for compliance.


PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.00 OWNER FURNISHED

A. [Include information about systems, products, and accessories that are provided by the owner]


^ 2.01 MANUFACTURED COMPONENTS


A. Manufacturer List


1. Tyco Electronics


B. Product Options


1. Category 6A F//UTP Backbone Cabling

Cat 6A F/UTP Cable



a. Backbone cabling for [voice and/or data] circuits shall be 23AWG, 4-pair F/UTP, NEC/NFPA [CMP or CMR] rated and be independently verified for compliance. [Individual conductors shall be 100% virgin FEP insulated (if plenum)]. Cable performance shall be independently verified by ETL and meet the ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 Category 6A requirements.

.


b. Cable jacketing shall be [white, gray, blue or yellow] and lead-free. Cable shall be supplied on wooden reels. Cable shall be independently verified for flammability by UL and listed under file number E138034 and shall comply with NEC article 800 and NFPA 70; [CMP (NFPA 262, UL 910) or CMR (ANSI/UL 1666, IEC 332-1)].


c. Backbone cable shall be AMP NETCONNECT product part number [(X denotes color and packaging, see Table [1]].


Description

NEC/NFPA

Rating

Packaging

Part Numbers

White

Gray

Blue

Yellow

Category 6A F/UTP Cable,

4-Pair

CMR

Wooden Reel

4-1499389-1

4-1499389-3

4-1499389-5

4-1499389-7

CMP

Wooden Reel

4-1499416-1

4-1499416-3

4-1499416-5

4-1499416-7


^ Table [1]

Category 6A F/UTP Backbone Cable Part Numbers



(Optional details and performance data for the specification writer)


d. [Backbone Cabling shall meet the technical details listed in Table [2].]






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