FAQ


1. What is Fire Resistance?

2.Silicone cables don’t pass the fire test on one sample though do they?

3.Can I use red LSOH nylon cable ties FP?

4. What is the difference between Fire resistant cable and Flame retardant cable?

5.Which standards should I consider when choosing fire alarm and security cable?

6.What are some important safety precautions to consider when choosing fire alarm cable?

7.How can Low Fire-Hazard cables contribute to Fire Safety?

8. Is the quantity of cables installed in a construction relevant compared with other products?

9. Aren’t Low Fire-Hazard cables difficult to find and most of the time more expensive than standard cable types?

10. Do Low Fire-Hazard cables carry less current than standard cables? Is their capacity lower compared with

standard version?

11. Do low fire-hazard cables cover the same complete range as standard cables?

12. Which application can benefit from the improved fire performance of Low Fire-Hazard cables?

13. Cables are usually installed inside walls. Why should low fire-hazard cables be used?

14. Low Fire-Hazard cables are not specified by any current Installation Standard or Regulation. Why should I

install them?

15.Expected Cable life

16.Cable size calculation

17.Operating temperature

18.Annealed copper and Tinned copper

19.How many kinds of cable testing?

20.Voltage range for low voltage, medium voltage, high voltage and extra high voltage.

21.Cable attenuation

22.Electrical conductivity and conductor resistance

23.Impedance

24.voltage rating

25. Electrical Terminology Glossary