The unshielded fire alarm cables are typically made with solid or stranded copper conductors that are rated for use in high-temperature environments, such as in buildings with fire suppression systems. Unshielded fire alarm cables do not have additional layers of shielding to protect against electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI). They are typically installed in areas where there is little risk of EMI or RFI, and they are designed to comply with fire safety regulations and standards.
Unshielded fire alarm cables are available in various gauge sizes, and they may have a plenum or non-plenum rating. FPLP fire alarm cables are designed to be used in spaces with high air circulation, such as air ducts, and are made with materials that have low smoke and low flame characteristics. FPLR cables are typically used in spaces where air circulation is not a concern.
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