CBLC5RU Cat5e Extension Cable Series

CBLC5RU-Series

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Features

Expand your surveillance with 100ft, 200ft or 300ft CAT5e in-wall rated extension cables for high definition NVR IP security systems.



Why do you need UL certified cabling?

  • Safely install cabling inside walls/ceilings and be in compliance with NEC (National Electric Code) standards.
  • Helps prevent fires from spreading due to special cable jacket material.
  • Complies with insurance company requirements.

  • UL Rated

    How can you be sure it’s UL certified?

    • Regular inspections of the cable content by UL certification body.
    • Compliance mark added to each cable identifying UL certification details.
    • Valid UL file number is printed on each cable. Lorex cables are certified under FLIR UL file #E470751.  Some companies claim UL certification however the UL file # leads to an unknown company.

    Model no.: CBL100C5RU, CBL200C5RU, CBL300C5RU

    What's Included?

    Features:

    • Connect or extend IP surveillance cameras, or use as an alternative to coaxial cabling with optional balun.
    • Ideal for running along walls, inside walls and between floors.1
    • Meets or exceeds UL / cUL communication cable standards - CMR type (Riser).
    • Meets or exceeds National Electric Code (NEC) and Canadian Electric Code (CEC) standards for CMR type cabling.
    • Available in 100ft, 200ft and 300ft cable lengths.

    Includes:

    • CBL100C5RU: 100ft (30m) CAT5e in-wall rated extension cable
    • CBL200C5RU: 200ft (60m) CAT5e in-wall rated extension cable
    • CBL300C5RU: 300ft (90m) CAT5e in-wall rated extension cable

    Disclaimers:

    1. Cabling run in Plenum areas require a Plenum rating. Check your local building code for location specific cable requirements.

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