What do the jacket markings mean on ICC bulk cables?

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Part NumberCategoryCMR/CMPTIA Standard (MHz)MHzUTP/FTPTemperature RatedPairsWire SizePerformance VerifiedSafety Verified
ICCABR5EXXCAT5eCMR100350UTP75°C4‑pair24‑AWGETLUL
ICCABR6VXXCAT6CMR250500UTP75°C4‑pair23‑AWGETLUL
ICCABR6EXXCAT6eCMR250600UTP75°C4‑pair23‑AWGETLUL
ICCABR6AXXCAT6ACMR500650UTP75°C4‑pair23‑AWGETLUL
ICCABR6FBLCAT6ACMR500650FTP75°C4‑pair23‑AWGETLUL
ICCABP5EXXCAT5eCMP100350UTP75°C4‑pair24‑AWGULUL
ICCABP6VXXCAT6CMP250500UTP75°C4‑pair23‑AWGULUL
ICCABP6EXXCAT6eCMP250600UTP75°C4‑pair23‑AWGULUL
ICCABP6AXXCAT6ACMP500650UTP75°C4‑pair23‑AWGULUL
ICCABP6FBLCAT6ACMP500650FTP75°C4‑pair23‑AWGULUL

All ICC bulk cable has the markings on the table above (except Part Number)

  • CMR/CMP
    • CMR – Riser Rated Cable
    • CMP – Plenum Rated Cable
  • TIA Standard MHz – The industries standard of Megahertz rating
  • MHz – ICCs cable Megahertz rating
  • UTP/FTP
    • UTP – Unshielded Twisted Pair
    • FTP – Foiled Twisted Pair (Shielded)
  • Temperature Rated – The Jackets temperature rating
  • Pairs – How many twisted pairs the cable obtain
  • Wire Size – The size of each cable in American Wire Gauge
  • Performance Verified – ETL & UL verify the performance of all ICC bulk cable
  • Safety Verified – UL verifies the safety rating of all ICC bulk cable

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