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External Network Dry Core Cables


CTP-APL ........................................................................................................................................... 2 e 3 CTS-APL ........................................................................................................................................... 4 e 5 CTP-APL-AS ..................................................................................................................................... 6 e 7 CTP-APL-SN ..................................................................................................................................... 8 e 9 CCE-APL ........................................................................................................................................... 10 e 11

Gel Core Cable


CTP-APL-G ........................................................................................................................................ 12 e 13 CTS-APL-G ............................................................................................................................................ 14 e 15 CCE-APL-G ........................................................................................................................................ 16 e17

Internal Network
CIT ........................................................................................................................................................ 18 e 19

Cable Forms ............................................................................................................................. Correction Factors ............................................................................................................. Color Code .................................................................................................................................. Others Products ....................................................................................................................

20 e 21 22 23 e 24 25

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CTP-APL
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter (mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance (%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) Capacitance Unbalance (pF/km) Average PxP PxT 150 kHz 1024 kHz 150 kHz 1024 kHz Average Max. Average Max. Individual 20 p > 20 p Max. RMS Max. Individual Max. Average Max. Individual Max. RMS Min. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual 150 kHz 1024 kHz CXC CXB 12.0 26.0 2500

0,40
147.2 2.0 5.0

0,50
94.0 1.5 5.0 46 ~56 48 ~54 45.3 181 574 2625 68 58 52 35 53 40 8.0 20.4 3000 10000

0,65
55.8 1.5 4.0

Far End Crosstalk Leak (dB/km)

Near End Crosstalk Leak (dB)

Application:

The rigorous technical characteristics of


this product allows transmitting analog and digital signals via high-rate state-of-the-art transmission technologies such as ADSL, HDSL, VDSL, ISDN, etc. Provides a significant improvement in new services, such as: multimedia, Internet, remote conferencing and voice over IP, among other. Its robust construction affords total protection from bad weather. Indicated for external networks as trunk, primary or secondary cable, and can be installed in ducts lines or overhead lines.

Transmission Attenuation (dB/km) Applied Voltage (Vcc )

6.0 16.0 3600

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding External Sheath
* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Value
Bare Copper 0.40 0.50 0.65 10 to 2400 Polyethylene or Polypropylene Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) APL Sheath

Description:

Telephone cable consisting of solid


electrolytic copper conductors. Thermoplastic insulation, grouped in pairs, core protected by an APL sheath.

Specification:
ABNT NBR 9124 and Telebrs 235.320.701 ANATEL Certification 46298-XXX-256

External Network
Dry Core Cable
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm)
9.4 10.7 12.2 14.2 16.2 17.2 23.9 28.8 31.8 38.1 44.9 50.9 56.6 62.0 69.9

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


79 114 154 223 303 378 698 1021 1336 1965 2850 3739 4623 5004 7274

Rated Length (m)


2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 500 500 400 400 400

10 20 30 50 75 100 200 300 400 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2400

CTP-APL 40

10 20 30 50 75 100 200 300 400 600 900 1200 1500

10.7 11.7 13.9 16.4 19.1 21.6 28.8 34.6 38.6 46.1 55.3 63.0 69.9

101 153 212 350 400 620 1150 1160 2170 2972 4359 5765 7159

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1000 500 400 400 400

CTP-APL 50

10 20 30 50

11.7 14.0 16.1 20.1 23.6 26.7 36.9 44.1 50.3 57.4 71.2

150 239 324 490 739 947 1775 2577 3392 5031 7450

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 400 400 400

CTP-APL 65

75 100 200 300 400 600 900

CTS-APL
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter (mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance(%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) Average PxP Capacitance Unbalance (pF/km) PxT 150 kHz 1024 kHz 150 kHz 1024 kHz Average Max. Average Max. Individual 20 p > 20 p Max. RMS Max. Average Max. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual 150 kHz 1024 kHz CXC CXB 12.0 26.0 1700 10000

0.40
147.2 2.0 5.0 46 ~56 48 ~54 45.3 181 574 2625 68 58 52 35 53 40

0.50
94.0 1.5

Far End Crosstalk Leak (dB/km)

Near End Crosstalk Leak (dB)

Application:

Transmission Attenuation (dB/km) Applied Voltage (Vcc )

8.0 20.4 2000

The use of Foam Skin insulation results in


a lighter weight and more compact product as compared to CTP-APL cable. Allows transmitting analog and digital signals via high-rate-state-of-the-art transmission tecnologies such as ADSL, HDSL, VDSL, ISDN, etc. Provides a significant improvement in new services, such as: multimedia, lnternet, remote conferencing and voice over IP, among other. Its robust construction affords total protection from bad weather. Indicated for external networks, such as trunck, primary or secondary cable, and can be installed in ducted lines or overhead lines.

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding External Sheath
* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Value
Bare Copper 0.40 0.50 10 to 2400 Foam Skin Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) APL Sheath

Description:

Telephone cable consisting of solid


electrolytic copper conductors. Expanded thermoplastic insulation coated with a thin layer of solid thermoplastic, grouped in pairs, core protected by an APL Sheath.

Specification:
Telebrs 235.320.714, Furukawa PT 0480 ANATEL Certification 47098-XXX256

External Network
Dry Core Cable
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm)
9.4 10.7 12.0 13.5 15.8 17.4 23.1 27.8 30.8 36.6 44.5 50.2 55.8 60.4 69.0

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


70 111 143 213 294 372 684 1003 1296 1904 2827 3682 4563 5366 7146

Rated Length (m)


2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 500 500 400 400 400

10 20 30 50 75 100 200 300 400 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2400

CTS-APL 40

10 20 30 50

10.5 11.4 13.5 15.8 18.0 20.4 27.3 32.6 38.4 43.3 53.8 61.3

88 140 189 285 406 519 958 1400 1809 2642 3902 5129

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1000 400 400 400

CTS-APL 50

75 100 200 300 400 600 900 1200

Conductor Expanded PE
(Plastic + Air)

Solid PE

CTP-APL-AS
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter (mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance (%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) Capacitance Unbalance (pF/km) Average PxP PxT 150 kHz 1024 kHz 150 kHz 1024 kHz Average Max. Average Max. Individual 20 p > 20 p Max. RMS Max. Individual Max. Average Max. Individual Max. RMS Min. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual 150 kHz 1024 kHz CXC CXB 12.0 26.0 2500

0.40
147.4 2.0 5.0

0.50
94.0 1.5 5.0 46 ~56 48 ~54 45.3 181 574 2625 68 58 52 35 53 40 8.0 20.4 3000 10000

0.65
55.8 1.5 4.0

Far End Crosstalk Leak (dB/km)

Near End Crosstalk Leak (dB)

Application:

Transmission Attenuation (dB/km) Applied Voltage (Vcc )

6.0 16.0 3600

The technical characteristics of this product allow transmitting analog and digital signals via high-rate-state-of-the-art transmission technologies such as ADSL, HDSL, ISDN, etc. Provides a significant improvement in new services, such as: multimedia, lnternet, remote conferencing and voice over IP, among other. Its robust construction affords total protection from bad weather. Indicated for external networks as secondary cable, and can be installed in ducts or overhead lines.
Description:

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding External Sheath
* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Value
Bare Copper 0.40 0.50 0.65 10 to 100 Polyethylene or Polypropylene Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) APL Sheath

Telephone cable consisting of solid electrolytic


copper conductors. Thermoplastic insulation, grouped in pairs, core protected by a APL sheath. Supported by thermoplastic-coated steel cordage, fitted in parallel with the APL sheath.

Specification:
ABNT NBR 9889 and Telebrs 235.320.704 ANATEL Certification 46398-XXX256

External Network
Dry Core Cable
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm) Heigth
10 20.5 22.0 23.2 25.2 27.2 28.7 20 30 50 75 100

Width
9.5 11.0 12.2 14.2 16.2 17.7

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


250 265 325 400 490 575

Rated Length (m)


1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

CTP-APL-AS 40

10

22.0 23.2 25.0 27.2 28.7 30.0

11.0 12.1 14.0 16.2 16.4 21.6

270 325 385 495 640 770

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

CTP-APL-AS 50 CTP-APL-AS 65

20 30 50 75 100

10 20 30 50

23.0 25.5 27.5 31.0

12.0 14.5 16.5 20.0

310 400 495 675

1000 1000 1000 1000

Height

Width

CTP-APL-SN
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter (mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance (%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) Capacitance Unbalance (pF/km) Average PxP PxT 150 kHz 1024 kHz 150 kHz 1024 kHz Max. Average Max. Individual 20 p > 20 p Max. RMS Max. Individual Max. Average Max. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual CXC CXB

0.50
97.8 3.0 7.0 46 ~56 48 ~54 45.3 181 574 2625 68 58 52 35 53 40 3000 10000

Far End Crosstalk Leak (dB/km)

Near End Crosstalk Leak (dB)

Application:

Made of tinned copper conductors, this cable provides an excellent performance for mechanical connections on terminal blocks, avoiding oxidation of the conductor copper. Its design affords total protection from bad weather. Indicated as transition cables stubs, for use in distribution closets, terminal boxes and building entrances.
Description:

Applied Voltage (Vcc )

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding External Sheath
* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Value
Tinned Copper 0.50 10 to 600 Polyethylene or Polypropilene Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) APL Sheath

Telephone cable consisting of solid tinned


copper conductors. Expanded thermoplastic insulation coated with a thin layer of solid thermoplastic, grouped in pairs, core protected by an APL sheath.

Specification:
ABNT NBR 10488 and Telebrs 235.320.713 ANATEL Certification 46598-XXX256

External Network
Dry Core Cable
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm)
9.4 10.7 12.2 14.2 16.2 17.2 20.9 23.9 28.8 31.8

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


115 180 240 370 515 665 1250 1790 2380 3480

Rated Length (m)


1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 500 500 500 250

10 20 30

CTP-APL-SN 50

50 75 100 200 300 400 600

CCE-APL
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter (mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance (%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) PxP PxT 150 kHz 1024 kHz Average Max. Individual Average Max. Individual Max. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual 150 kHz 1024 kHz CXC CXB 8.0 20.4 3000 10000

0.50
94.0 5.0 46 ~ 56 181 2625 58 35

0.65
55.8 4.0

Capacitance Unbalance (pF/km)

Far End Crosstalk Leak (dB/km)

Transmission Attenuation (dB/km) Applied Voltage (Vcc )

6.0 16.0 3600

Application:

Made of electrolytic copper conductors,


this product allows transmitting analog and digital and multimedia and lnternet services, among other. Its design affords full protection from bad weather. Indicated for external networks for branching from distribution splices to subscriber inputs, can be installed in duct lines or overhead lines.

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding External Sheath

Value
Bare Copper 0.50 0.65 02 to 06 Polyethylene or Polypropylene Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) APL Sheath

Description:

* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Telephone cable consisting of solid


electrolytic copper conductors. Thermoplastic insulation, grouped in up to 6 pairs, core protected by an APL sheath.

Specification:
ABNT NBR 9124 and Telebrs 235.320.710 ANATEL Certification 45698-XXX256

10

External Network
Dry Core Cable
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm)
6.6 7.0 7.5 8.3 8.7

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


40 49 54 65 76

Rated Length (m)


1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

CCE-APL 50 CCE-APL 65

3 4 5 6

2 3 4 5 6

7.5 8.5 9.2 10.0 10.2

51 63 77 87 99

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

11

CTP-APL-G
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter(mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance (%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) Capacitance Unbalance (pF/km) Average PxP PxT 150 kHz 1024 kHz 150 kHz 1024 kHz Average Max. Average Max. Individual 20 p > 20 p Max. RMS Max. Individual Max. Average Max. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual 150 kHz 1024 kHz CXC CXB 11.2 25.1 2800

0.40
147.2 2.0 5.0

0.50
94.0 1.5 5.0 46 ~56 48 ~54 45.3 181 574 2625 68 58 52 35 53 40 7.0 19.5 4000 10000

0.65
55.8 1.5 4.0

Far End Crosstalk Leak (dB/km)

Near End Crosstalk Leak (dB)

Application:

The rigorous technical characteristics of this


product allows transmitting analog and digital signals at high-rates, such, as ADSL, HDSL, ISDN, etc. Provides a significant improvement in new services, such as multimedia, Internet, remote conferencing and voice over IP, among other. Its robust construction affords total protection from bad weather. The use of a water sealing compound recommends it for installation in high humidity environments, including directly buried in the ground.

Transmission Attenuation (dB/km) Applied Voltage (Vcc )

5.1 15.3 5000

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding External Sheath
* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Value
Bare Copper 0.40 0.50 0.65 10 to 600 Polyethylene or Polypropylene Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) APL Sheath

Description:

Telephone cable consisting of solid electrolytic


copper conductors. Thermoplastic insulation, grouped in pairs, core filled with a waterproofing compoun and protected by an APL sheath.

Specification:
ABNT NBR 9888 and Telebrs 235.320.702 ANATEL Certification 46498-XXX256

12

External Network
Gel Core Cable
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm)
11.2 13.4 15.2 17.4 20.2 22.4 29.9 35.3 39.8 47.4

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


105 159 212 308 425 540 1004 1457 1889 2779

Rated Length (m)


2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1000 1000

10 20 30

CTP-APL-G 40

50 75 100 200 300 400 600

10 20 30

12.4 16.2 17.2 20.2 23.6 26.4 30.0 41.9 47.3 56.9

134 220 289 434 617 785 1473 2166 2860 4230

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1000 500

CTP-APL-G 50

50 75 100 200 300 400 600

10 20 30

14.2 17.7 20.2 24.9 28.8 32.8 44.4 52.8 60.2 71.8

186 309 427 687 986 1265 2410 3534 4653 7200

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 400 400

CTP-APL-G 65

50 75 100 200 300 400 600

13

CTS-APL-G
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter (mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance (%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) Capacitance Unbalance (pF/km) Average PxP PxT 150 kHz 1024 kHz 150 kHz 1024 kHz Average Max. Average Max. Individual 20 p > 20 p Max. RMS Max. Individual Max. Average Max. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. RMS Min. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual 150 kHz 1024 kHz CXC CXB 11.2 25.1 2400 10000

0.40
147.2 2.0 5.0 46 ~56 48 ~54 45.3 181 574 2625 68 58 52 35 53 40

0,50
94.0 1.5 5.0

Far End Crosstalk Leak (dB/km)

Application:

Near End Crosstalk Leak (dB)

The use of Foam Skin insulation results in a lighter weight and smaller product as compared to CTP-APL-G cable. Its enhanced technical characteristics allow transmitting analog and digital signals at high-rates in various applications, such as ADSL, VDSL, ISDN, etc. Provides a better quality in the several services it is applied to such as: multimedia, lnternet, remote conferecing and voice over IP, among other. Its robust construction affords total protection from bad weather. Indicated for external networks as trunk, primary or secondary cable. The use of a water sealing compound recommends it for installation in high humidity environments, including directly buried in the ground.
Description:

Transmission Attenuation (dB/km) Applied Voltage (Vcc)

7.0 19.5 2000

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding External Sheath
* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Value
Bare Copper 0.40 0.50 10 to 2400 Foam Skin Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) APL Sheath

Telephone cable consisting of solid


electrolytic copper conductors. Expanded thermoplastic insulation coated with a thin layer of solid thermoplastic, grouped in pairs, core filled with a water-proofing compound and protected by an APL sheath.

Specification:
ABNT NBR 11180 and Telebrs 235.320.714 ANATEL Certification 47198-XXX256

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External Network
Gel Core Cable
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm)
10.9 12.9 14.5 16.7 19.0 21.1 25.2 30.0 34.3 41.5 49.5 58.3 62.0 67.1 77.0

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


110 150 210 295 408 490 836 1222 1494 2332 3445 4563 5614 6635 8500

Rated Length (m)


2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 500 500 400 400 400

10 20 30 50 75 100 200 300 400 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2400

CTS-APL-G 40

10 20 30 50

11.6 13.9 15.6 18.5 21.3 23.6 31.2 40.5 45.4 51.8 60.2 62.1

150 195 280 405 565 710 1209 1950 2619 2550 5300 7245

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1000 400 400 400

CTS-APL-G 50

75 100 200 300 400 600 900 1200

Conductor Expanded PE
(Plastic + Air)

Solid PE

15

CCE-APL-G
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter (mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance (%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) Capacitance Unbalance (pF/km) PxP PxT 150 kHz 1024 kHz Average Max. Individual Average Max. Individual Max. Individual Min. Individual Min. Individual 150 kHz 1024 kHz CXC CXB 7.0 19.5 4000 10000

0.50
94.0 5.0 46 ~ 56 181 2625 58 35

0.65
55.8 4.0

Far End Crosstalk Leak (dB/km)

Transmission Attenuation (dB/km) Applied Voltage (Vcc )

5.1 15.3 5000

Application:

Made of electrolytic copper conductors,


this product allows transmitting analog and digital signal and multimedia and Internet services, among other. Its design affords total protection from bad weather. Indicated for external networks for branching from distribution splices to subscriber inputs. The use of a water sealing compound recommends it for installation in high humidity environments, including directly buried in the ground.

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding External Sheath
* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Value
Bare Copper 0.50 0.65 02 to 06 Polyethylene or Polypropylene Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) APL Sheath

Description:

Telephone cable consisting of solid


electrolytic copper conductors. Thermoplastic insulation, grouped in up to 6 pairs, core filled with water-proof material and protected by an APL sheath.

Specification:
ABNT NBR 9888 and Telebrs 235.320.711 ANATEL Certification 45898-XXX256

16

External Network
Gel Core Cable
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm)
7.5 8.2 8.8 9.3 9.5

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


52 62 67 78 89

Rated Length (m)


1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

CCE-APL-G 50 CCE-APL-G 65

3 4 5 6

2 3 4 5 6

8.0 9.1 10.4 10.6 12.0

69 84 95 110 130

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

17

CIT
Electrical Characteristics
Conductor Diameter (mm)
Maximum Electrical Resistance (/km) Resistive Unbalance (%) Mutual Capacitance (nF/km) Transmission Attenuation (dB/km) Applied Voltage (Vcc) Max. Average Max. Individual Maximum Average Average 150 kHz 1024 kHz CXC CXB 10.1 29.3

0.40
153.0

0.50
97.8 3.0 7.0 80 8.6 26.0 1500 2800

0.60
67.9

7.1 21.6

Overall Features
Specifications
Conductor

Value
Tinned Copper 0.40 0.50 0.65 10 to 1200 Fire-stopping Non-moisture Absorbing Tape(s) Aluminum or Aluminized Polyester Tapes and Continuity Wire(s) Gray PVC

Application:

Conductor Diameter (mm) Number of Pairs Insulation Cladding Fully Shilded External Sheath
* Other conductor diameters and cable composition available on inquiry.

Using thermoplastic insulation with excellent,


temperature stable electrical characteristics, the product provides an enhanced analog and digital signal transmission performance. Its rigorous technical requirements allow its application to state-of-the-art high rate digital networks, such as: ADSL, HDSL, VDSL, ISDN, etc. Provides s better quality in many services, such as multimedia, remote conferecing, lnternet and voice over IP, among other. Its fire-stopping characteristics indicates it for use in internal installations in central telephone offices, commercial, industrial and residential buildings or application which require fire-stopping safety provisions and electrical characteristics that meet the needs of state-of-the-art high speed transmission networks.

Specification:
ABNT NBR 10501 and Furukawa PT-803 ANATEL Certification 46098-XXX256

Description:

Telephone cable consisting of solid tinned


electrolytic copper conductors. Fire-stopping thermoplastic insulation, grouped in pairs, core coated in a layer of PVC.

18

Internal Network
Size Characteristics
Designation Number of Pairs Rated External Diameter (mm)
7.6 8.6 9.6 10.6 11.1 12.6 13.6 15.6 18.1 24.1 29.6 33.6 40.1 46.1 48.6 55.1

Rated Net Mass (kg/km)


55 72 96 113 130 164 200 281 375 687 1012 1314 1942 2537 2873 3759

Rated Length (m)


1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 500 500 500 250 250 250 250

CIT 40

10 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 200 300 400 600 800 900 1200

CIT 50

10 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 200 300 400 600 800 900 1200

8.6 9.1 10.6 11.6 12.6 13.6 15.1 18.1 20.1 27.6 33.1 37.6 45.6 52.1 54.6 62.1

72 95 128 152 176 224 276 408 523 1000 1446 1918 2800 3710 4155 5459

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 500 500 500 250 250 250 250

CIT 60

10 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 200 300 400 600

9.1 10.1 11.6 12.6 13.6 15.1 16.6 19.6 22.1 31.1 36.6 41.6 50.1

91 124 165 198 232 297 368 543 702 1450 2084 2746 3997

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 500 500 500 250 250 250

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Cables Forms

CABLES: CTP-APL CTS-APL CTP-APL-AS CTP-APL-SN CCE-APL CTP-APL-G CTS-APL-G CCE-APL-G


CONCENTRIC FORMS
8 2 13 6 1 16 10 4

10 Pairs

20 Pairs

*
30 Pairs

BASIC GROUPS FOR MULTIPLE FORMS


13 9 9 3 4 9 3

12 Pairs

13 Pairs

25 Pairs

MULTIPLE FORMS

W-B 12

W-B 13

W-G 25

W-B 25

W-Br 25

W-B 25

*
W-O 13 W-O 12

*
W-G 25 W-O 25

*
50 Pairs

W-O 25

75 Pairs

100 Pairs
* Y-B 25
C-B 25
Br-Gr 25

C-G 25

W-G 25 W-B 25 W-O 25 C-B 25

W-Br 25

* Bk-O 25
Bk-B 25

W-Gr
25 W-B 25 W-O 25

C-O 25 W-O 25 W-O 25


C-Gr 25 *

*
C-O 25

*
W-Gr 25

* W-Br
25 W-G 25 C-Br 25

C-B 25

Bk-Br 25 Bk-G 25

C-Gr 25

G-O 25

W-Gr 25

W-O 25

C-Br 25 C-Gr 25

* C-G
25

W-Br 25 * Bk-O 25 *

Bk-B 25

200 Pairs

300 Pairs

400 Pairs

V-G 25 V-O 25 V-B 25 Bk-B 25 C-Gr 25 Y-Gr 25

V-Br 25 Bk-O 25

Bk-G 25 W-Gr 25
W-B 25

Bk-Br 25 C-B 25 C-O 25 Y-O 25 Bk-Gr 25 Y-B 25

C-Br 100

W-G 100 W-B 100 W-O 100

* W-Br

25 W-G W-O 25 25

* C-Gr
100 C-O 100

* *

* Bk-B * W-Br
100 W-Gr 100 100 C-Gr 100 C-Br 100

Bk-O 100

W-Br 100

* W-Gr
100

* W-B
100

W-Gr 100 C-B 100 C-O 100

C-Br 25 Y-Br 25

C-G 25 Y-G 25

* W-O *
100 C-G 100

* C-B
100

600 Pairs
Bk-Gr 100 Bk-Br 100

900 Pairs

1200 Pairs
V-Br 100 Bk-O 100

C-O 100 W-O 100 W-B 100

C-B 100

C-G 100 W-G 100 C-Gr 100

Y-O 100 Y-B 100 Bk-Gr 100

Y-G 100 C-O 100 C-B 100

C-G 100 W-O 100 W-B 100

* C-Br
100 W-G 100

V-G 100

Bk-G 100 W-Gr 100

Bk-Br 100 C-B 100 C-O 100 Y-O 100

Bk-G 100

W-Gr 100 Bk-O 100

C-Br 100

C-Gr 100 Bk-B 100

V-O 100 V-B 100

* *

Bk-B 100 C-Gr 100

* * W-Br W-B 100 100 * * W-G W-O 100 100

Bk-Gr 100 Y-B 100

* *

* W-Br
100

* Bk-B
100

W-Gr W-Br 100 100 Bk-Br Bk-O 100 100 Bk-G 100

Y-Gr 100

* C-Br
100 Y-Br 100

C-G 100 Y-G 100

1500 Pairs

1800 Pairs

2400 Pairs

20

* Pilot Pair, when used. Note: The indicated color code refers to group bundling. Extra pair cables with more than 400 pairs: extra pairs are placed in the group or supergroup interstices of the external corona. The quantity and color code for extra pairs are according to the table of page 24.

Cables Forms
CABLE CIT
CONCENTRIC FORMS
13 6 8 1 2 16 10 4

10 Pairs

20 Pairs

30 Pairs

BASIC GROUPS FOR MULTIPLE FORMS


13 9 9 3 4 9 3

12 Pairs

13 Pairs

25 Pairs

MULTIPLE FORMS

W-B 12

W-B 13

W-G 25

W-B 25

W-Br 25

W-B 25

*
W-O 13 W-O 12

*
W-G 25 W-O 25

*
50 Pairs

W-O 25

75 Pairs

100 Pairs
* Y-B 25
C-B 25 C-O 25 Bk-Gr 25 Bk-Br 25 BK-G 25 C-B 25 W-B 25 C-O 25 W-O 25 W-G 25

W-G 25 C-G 25 W-B 25 W-O 25 C-B 25 W-Br 25 Bk-B 25

Bk-O 25 W-Br 25 W-G 25 C-Br 25

W-Gr 25 W-B 25 W-O 25 C-G 25

* C-G 25
C-Br 25 C-Gr 25

*
C-O 25

*
W-Gr 25

C-Gr 25

W-Gr 25

* Bk-O
25

* W-Br 25
Bk-B 25

200 Pairs
* V-Br 25
V-G 25 V-O 25 V-B 25 Bk-B 25 C-Gr 25 Bk-G 25 W-Gr 25
W-B 25 W-O 25

300 Pairs

400 Pairs

* Bk-O 25 * W-Br 25 W-G 25


C-Br 25 Y-Br 25

Bk-Br 25 C-B 25 C-O 25 Y-O 25 Bk-Gr 25 C-G 100

C-Br 100

W-G 100 W-B 100 W-O 100

* *

W-Br 100

Bk-B 100 C-Gr 100 C-Br 100

Bk-O 100

Bk-Br 100

* Y-Gr 25

* C-G 25
Y-G 25

* Y-B 25

W-G 100 W-O 100 C-G 100

W-B 100

W-Gr 100 C-B 100 C-O 100

C-O 100

* C-B
100

W-Gr 100

600 Pairs

900 Pairs

1200 Pairs

* Pilot Pair, when used. Note: The indicated color code refers to group bundling. Extra pair cables with more than 400 pairs: extra pairs are placed in the group or supergroup interstices of the external corona. The quantity and color code for extra pairs are according to the table of page 24.

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Correction Factors
I) Capacitance Unbalance ( C)
A) Pair-Pair Thermoplastic Insulated Cables For a component l , in meters, different from 1000 m, the limits of capacitance unbalance ( C) are given by the following formula: - maximum rms ( C) = 45,3 . (l ) l 1000 (pF)

- maximum individual ( C) = 181 . (l ) l 1000 (pF)

B) Pair-Ground Thermoplastic Insulated Cables For a component l , in meters, different from 1000 m, the limits of capacitance unbalance ( C) are given by the following formula: - maximum average ( C) = 574 . (l ) l 1000 (pF)

- maximum individual ( C) = 2645 . l (l ) 1000 (pF)

II) Far End Crosstalk Leak (RT)


For a component l , in meters, different from 100 m, the FEX leak (RT) is given by the following formula: - ratio mean square 150 kHz RT = 68 + 10 log (l ) - minimum individual 150 kHz RT = 58 + 10 log (l ) 1000 l (dB) 1024 kHz RT = 35+ 10 log 1000 l 1000 l (dB) 1024 kHz RT = 52+ 10 log 1000 l

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Color Code
Cables: CTP-APL CTP-APL-G CTP-APL-AS CCE-APL CCE-APL-G CIT
Pair
1 2 3 4 5

Color
W-B W-O W-G W-Br W-Gr

Pair
6 7 8 9 10

Color
C-Bl C-O C-G C-Br C-Gr

Pair
11 12 13 14 15

Color
Bk-B Bk-O Bk-V Bk-Br Bk-Gr

Pair
16 17 18 19 20

Color
Y-B Y-O Y-G Y-Br Y-Gr

Pair
21 22 23 24 25

Color
V-B V-O V-G V-Br V-Gr

W: White, B: Blue, O: Orange, G: Green. Br: Brown, Gr: Gray, C: Crimson, Bk: Black, Y: Yellow, V: Violet

Cables: CTP-APL CTS-APL CTS-APL-G


Number of Supergroup
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Color of Binding of Supergroup


W-B W-O W-G W-Br W-Gr C-B C-O C-G C-Br C-Gr Bk-B Bk-Y Bk-G Bk-Br Bk-Gr Y-B Y-O Y-G Y-Br Y-Gr V-B V-O V-G V-Br

Sequence of Pairs in Supergroup


50 1 to 50 51 to 100 101 to 150 151 to 200 201 to 250 251 to 300 301 to 350 351 to 400 401 to 450 451 to 500 501 to 550 551 to 600 601 to 650 651 to 700 701 to 750 751 to 800 801 to 850 851 to 900 100 1 to 100 101 to 200 201 to 300 301 to 400 401 to 500 501 to 600 601 to 700 701 to 800 801 to 900 901 to 1000 1001 to 1100 1101 to 1200 1201 to 1300 1301 to 1400 1401 to 1500 1501 to 1600 1601 to 1700 1701 to 1800 1801 to 1900 1901 to 2000 2001 to 2100 2101 to 2200 2201 to 2300 2301 to 2400

W: White, B: Blue, O: Orange, G: Green. Br: Brown, Gr: Gray, C: Crimson, Bk: Black, Y: Yellow, V: Violet

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Color Code
Identification of Extra Pairs
Extra Pair Number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Colors A Vein
White White White Crimson Crimson Crimson Black Black Yellow Blue Blue Blue

Color Code
W-C W-Y W-V C-Bk C-Y C-V Bk-Y Bk-V Y-V B-O B-G B-Br

B Vein
Crimson Yellow Violet Black Yellow Violet Yellow Violet Violet Orange Green Brown

Quantity of Pilot Pairs (when used) and Extra Pairs


Number of Rated Pairs
10 20 30 50 75 100 200 300 400 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2400

Number of Pilot Pairs


1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 6 9 12 15 18 24

Number of Extra Pairs


2 2 3 4 5 6

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Others Products
Furukawa provides other Outdoor Network products, such as corrugated steel tape armored cables for underground deployment in ducts or directly buried in the ground (CTP-APL-G-AR), fiber supported cables (CCE-APL-ASF) or cables for indoor network (CI).

Armored Cable

CCE-APL-ASF Cable

CI Cable

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