FA-1604C-1-1N-03 - Fire Alarm
FA-1604C-1-1N-03 - Fire Alarm

FA-1604C-1-1N-03 - Fire Alarm

Part Number: FA-1604C-1-1N-03
0 Review(s)
Write a Review
Retail Price:$379.24
Your Savings:$31.02(8%)
  • Low prices.

    Price match guarantee

  • In-House Experts.

    We know our products

  • Easy Returns.

    Quick & Hassle Free

  • Superior Selection.

    Extensive product catalog

Fire Alarm Multi-Conductor Cable, 16 AWG, 4 Conductors, PVC Insulation, Non-Shielded, Non-Plenum

Power Limited Fire Alarm And Communications Cable For Riser Or Nonriser Applications. Fire Alarm, Smoke Detectors, Signaling And Fire-protective Circuits.FA-1604C-1-1N-03 is an equivalent of: Belden B5222UL1000.


Approved Manufacturers - FA-1604C-1-1N-03 - Product Categories

  • Shop by Manufacturer/Approved Manufacturers
  • Wire and Cable
  • Electronic Wire and Cable
  • Multi-Pair / Multi-Conductor Cable


Approved Manufacturers - FA-1604C-1-1N-03 - Features

  • Conductor: Solid Bare Copper
  • Insulation: Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
  • Overall Jacket: Polyvinyl chloride (PVC), red is standard, other colors available
  • NEC: FPLR (riser), UL Listed
  • Ratings: 75C, 300 V
  • Multi-rated: FPLR/CMR/CL3R


Approved Manufacturers - FA-1604C-1-1N-03 - Applications

  • Per NEC Article 760 For Use With All Power Limited Curcuits In Fire Protective Signalling, Except In Plenum Air Handling Spaces.
  • PVC
  • Solid conductor
  • FPLR, UL Listed


Approved Manufacturers - FA-1604C-1-1N-03 - Specifications

Conductor Count4 Conductors
Conductor MaterialBare Copper
Conductor Size16 AWG (American Wire Gauge)
Conductor TypeSolid Conductor
Fire RatingRiser
Insulation MaterialSrPVC-Semi-Rigid Polyvinyl Chloride
Jacket MaterialPVC-Polyvinyl Chloride
NEC RatingUL Listed Art 725 Cl3 Riser/760 Riser - Fire Alarm
Shield ConstructionOverall Shield & Drain
UNSPSC Code26121613


Approved Manufacturers - FA-1604C-1-1N-03 - Documents and Downloads

Approved Manufacturers FA-1604C-1-1N-03 Specification SheetClick to View

Related Items

Recently Viewed Items