Anixter Utility Grade Infrastructure

Brand:
CommScope Technologies, LLC
Verify ID:
B511743
Effective Date:
May 21, 2019 - May 20, 2020
Verification Mark

Applicable To:
CommScope 2091SD, CommScope 2091B

Marketing Claim Verified by UL

Anixter Utility Grade Infrastructure UTG20

Verification Method

Cable performance characteristics have been evaluated as outlined below to determine that the product satisfies the requirements of UTG20. As part of the UTG-C4P UTG20 Framework 1.0, the industry-first Bear Attack Test Method was developed by Anixter & UL to ensure optimal support of high performance applications. The Bear Attack (BERetAC) Test Method℠, combines bit error rate(BER), elevated temperature(et) and alien crosstalk(AC), while simultaneously delivering data, video and power over an unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cabling system. 10 Mb transmission distance up to at least 185 meters per Bit Error Rate Testing using Smart Bits Tester (single cable) 100 Mb transmission distance up to at least 150 meters per Bit Error Rate Testing using Smart Bits Tester (single cable) 1Gb transmission distance up to at least 100 meters per Bit Error Rate Testing using Spirent TestCenter / Copper Ethernet Test Module (single cable) 10 Gb transmission distance at least 100 meters per Bit Error Rate Testing using Spirent TestCenter / Copper Ethernet Test Module (single cable) Bit Error Testing at elevated temperature including Alien Crosstalk (BERetAC): 10 Gb transmission distance up to at least 100 meters at a temperature of at least 45°C per Bit Error Rate testing using Spirent TestCenter / Copper Ethernet Test Module when tested in a 6 around 1 Bundle configuration as described in ANSI/TIA-568.2-D: Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and Components with all 6 disturber cables active transmitting 10 Gb. Transmission performance per ANSI/TIA-568.2-D: Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and Components, from 1 MHz up to a maximum stop frequency between 500 - 625 MHz. 1080p HD video surveillance transmission up to at least 150m per Transmission Distance test at 100 Mb and Type 2 PoE distance test. 4K UHD video surveillance transmission up to at least 150m per Transmission Distance test at 100 Mb and Type 2 PoE distance test. Maximum bundle size of 90 - 150 cables operating at 0.5A per conductor for a 15°C temperature rise at a 45°C ambient per TIA TSB-184A. HDBaseT™ transmission distance at 100 meters per UL 4299, Outline of Investigation for Power Over HDBaseT™ (PoH) Cables, using a modular plug terminated link (direct connect) configuration at room ambient. Bit Error Testing at elevated temperature including Alien Crosstalk (BERetAC): 4K UHD over HDBaseT™ transmission distance at 100 meters at a temperature of at least 45°C per advoli™ TC1 Extreme HDBaseT™ diagnostics and visual confirmation when tested in a 6 around 1 Bundle configuration as described in ANSI/TIA-568.2-D: Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and Components with all 6 disturber cables active transmitting 4K UHD over HDBaseT™. Power over Ethernet (PoE) delivery distance is up to at least as indicated for the PoE Type per DC resistance measurements in ANSI/TIA-568.2-D: Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and Components, and, the power source and powered device specifications in IEEE 802.3bt: IEEE Standard for Ethernet Amendment 2: Physical Layer and Management Parameters for Power over Ethernet over 4 pairs: Type 1: 150 m Type 2: 150 m Type 3: 100 m Type 4: 100 m Jacket Temperature Rating at least 75°C per UL Standard for Safety for Communications Cables, UL 444 test data Installation Type Designation: CMR or CMP per UL Standard for Safety for Communications Cables, UL 444 test data A maximum flexing force as specified when tested with a force applied 1 inch from the point of cable exit from a securing fixture through an arc of 10 degrees: Flex Force 3: 46 – 63 oz-ft Flex Force 2: 31 – 45 oz-ft Flex Force 1: 16 – 30 oz-ft

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