Hub-LINK, LSZH Telecommunication
and Data Transmission Cables for
Transit Applications

UL LISTED TYPE CM-LS
(LOW-SMOKE, ZERO-HALOGEN)
300 VOLT

Applications

  • Transit, Subways and Tunnels
  • Various Mass Transportation Facilities
  • Voice and Data

Performance Standards
and Approvals

  • UL Listed Type CMG-LS, CM-LS, CMG
    and CM
  • UL 444
  • NFPA-130-2010
  • IEEE 1202/FT-4
  • IEEE 383
  • UL 1685
  • UL 444
  • Sunlight-Resistant Rated
  • 900C Rated Wet

Telecommunication Construction

  • Conductor: #24 AWG through #16 AWG
    Sizes Available for Various Applications
  • 2 through 100 Pairs Shielded and
    Unshielded Designs
  • Conductors Available as well

Insulation

  • Proprietary Blended LSZH Polyolefin
  • Color-Coded Conductors Twisted to
    Color-Coded Conductors Twisted to

Jacket

  • Color-Coded Low-Smoke, Zero-Halogen
    Polyolefin

DataCom Construction

  • Conductor: #23 AWG sbc 4PR (Cat. 6)
    #24 AWG sbc 4PR (Cat. 5e)

Hub-LInK, LSZH Telecommunications Transmission Cables

Part no. no. of Pairs AWG Jacket Color nominal Cable Diameter(inches)
35957 2 22 CHROME GRAY .270"
35958 4 22 CHROME GRAY .310"
35959 6 22 CHROME GRAY .360"
35960 12 22 CHROME GRAY .440"
35961 25 22 CHROME GRAY .570"
35962 50 22 CHROME GRAY .725"
35963 100 22 CHROME GRAY .970"

Hub-LInK, LSZH Datacom Transmission Cables

Part no. no. of Pairs AWG Jacket Color nominal Cable Diameter(inches)
35977 (Cat 6) 4 23 CHROME GRAY .265"
35978 (Cat 5e) 4 24 CHROME GRAY .288"

Hub-LINK, LSZH 900C wet-rated telecommunications and data transmission cables are designed for use in mass transit applications. These cables provide extremely low toxicity levels under fire conditions while meeting UL CM-LS and IEEE 1202/FT4-LS flame and smoke requirements. The cables are extremely stable in mass transit applications such as fixed guideway or passenger railway tunnels and stations, cable trays in airports or any mass transit hub location where reduced toxins and flame spread are required. In a fire, these materials aid in the safe egress of occupants.

  • Low Smoke: In a fire, people can see their way out
  • Low Toxicity: In a fire, people are not overcome by toxic fumes
  • Halogen-Free: In a fire, there are no acid gas emissions which can damage equipment/buildings
  • Flame Retardancy: Helps prevent a fire or limits the damage if one starts