Belden's 'Waterdog' cables target direct burial applications

March 23, 2007 -- The series includes paired, multi-conductor and coaxial cables that meet the water-resistant standards set by UL 444, UL 13, and the TIA 455-82B Water Filtration Test.

Mar 23rd, 2007

March 23, 2007 -- Belden has introduced a series of water-resistant cables suitable for a range of indoor, outdoor and direct burial installations.

The company says its New Generation Waterdog Cables line includes paired, multi-conductor and coaxial cables that meet the water-resistant standards set by UL 444, UL 13, and the TIA 455-82B Water Filtration Test.

According to the company, the ruggedly constructed cables can be installed indoors or out, above or below ground, making it practical for building management systems to be connected seamlessly - from building to building or, for example, from remote surveillance camera sites to indoor security monitors.

The company says the cables are also ideal for deployment in standard indoor/outdoor building management installations, including: power limited fire alarm circuits; intercom, audio and sound systems; CCTV surveillance and access control systems; CATV and distributed video systems; background music and "white noise" systems.

The full Waterdog series of cables, with ratings, includes:

- Water-blocked Indoor/Outdoor Cables, Shielded Twisted Pair plus Conductors (Rated NEC CM and CEC, CM FT1)

- Water-blocked Indoor/Outdoor Cables, Unshielded Multi-Conductor (Rated NEC CM and CEC CM FT1)

- Indoor/Outdoor Cables, Shielded Multi-Conductor (Rated NEC CM and CEC CM FT1)

- Water-blocked Indoor/Outdoor PLTC and FPL Cables, Unshielded Multi-Conductor (Rated NEC CMG, FPL, PLTC-ER and CEC CMG FT4)

- Water-blocked Indoor/Outdoor Cables, Shielded Multi-Conductor (Rated NEC CMG, FPL, PLTC-ER and CEC CMG FT4)

- Water-blocked Indoor/Outdoor Cables, Coaxial and Coaxial plus Twisted Pair (Rated NEC CM and CEC CM FT1)

All cables are available from stock and carry Belden's 10-year warranty.

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