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DSF/FprEN 60794-2-51

Optical fibre cables -- Part 2-51: Indoor cables - Detail specification for simplex and duplex cables for use in cords for controlled environment

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This part of IEC 60794 is a detail specification. It gives detailed requirements for cables to be used in cords which are intended for use in a category C environment, according to IEC 61753-1. They are characterized with temperature range between -10 °C and +60 °C. The fibre requirements for this specification are defined in IEC 60793-2-10 for multimode fibres and IEC 60793-2-50 for single-mode fibres. Some deviation to family specification IEC 60794-2-50 requirements is allowed in certain clauses of this specification.

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August 19, 2014
Optical fibre cables - Part 2-51: Indoor cables - Detail specification for simplex and duplex cables for use in cords for controlled environment
This part of IEC 60794 is a detail specification. It gives detailed requirements for cables to be used in cords which are intended for use in a category C environment, according to IEC 61753-1. They...
Optical fibre cables -- Part 2-51: Indoor optical fibre cables - Detail specification for simplex and duplex cables for use in cords for controlled environment
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DSF/FprEN 60794-2-51
Optical fibre cables -- Part 2-51: Indoor cables - Detail specification for simplex and duplex cables for use in cords for controlled environment
This part of IEC 60794 is a detail specification. It gives detailed requirements for cables to be used in cords which are intended for use in a category C environment, according to IEC 61753-1. They...
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