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UL 1655 - UL Standard for Safety Community-Antenna Television Cables
April 21, 2009 - UL

This Standard states the construction, test, and marking requirements covering the safety of single and multiple coaxial and coaxial/optical-fiber cables for the distribution of radio frequency signals such as employed in a community antenna television system, and for supplying...

UL 1690 - UL Standard for Safety Data-Processing Cable
July 7, 2015 - UL

These requirements cover electrical cables consisting of one or more current-carrying copper, aluminum, or copper-clad aluminum conductors with or without either or both grounding conductor(s), and one or more optical-fiber members, all under an overall jacket. These electrical and composite...

UL 13 - UL Standard for Safety Power-Limited Circuit Cables
March 18, 2015 - UL

These requirements cover 60 - 250°C (140 - 482°F) single- and multiple-conductor power-limited circuit cables for use as fixed wiring within buildings (some are also marked for direct burial) principally for Class 3 and Class 2 circuits as described in Article 725 and other applicable parts...

IEEE P1185 DRAFT - Draft Recommended Practice for Cable Installation in Generating Stations and Industrial Facilities
July 1, 2018 - IEEE

This recommended practice provides guidance for wire and cable installation practices in generating stations and industrial facilities. It covers installation of cable in trays, conduit, duct banks, wire ways, gutters, and other raceway systems. It covers medium voltage power...

UL 1425 - UL Standard for Safety Cables for Non-Power-Limited Fire-Alarm Circuits
January 26, 2015 - UL

This Standard states the construction, test, and marking requirements covering the safety of electrical and electrical/optical-fiber cables rated 60°C to 250°C and intended for 150-volt and lower-potential non-power-limited circuits that are controlled and powered by a fire-alarm system....

UL 1424 - UL Standard for Safety Cables for Power-Limited Fire-Alarm Circuits
January 22, 2015 - UL

These requirements cover 60 - 250°C (140 - 482°F) single- and multiple-conductor cables for use as fixed wiring within buildings (some are also marked for direct burial) principally for power-limited fire-alarm circuits as described in Article 760 and other applicable parts of the National...

IEEE CABLE MODEMS - CABLE MODEMS: TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS
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