LanMarin Cat 8.1


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Solid AWG 23/1

SKU: 2039000 Categories: ,
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NEK Kabel’s Sealine LanMarin® Category 8.1 S/FTP SHF1 UV DNV (2000 Mhz), 2039000 is engineered with SHF1 properties offering exceptional fire-retardant properties. Designed for marine and offshore environments, this cable is applicable for harsh conditions like saline atmospheres, UV radiation, extreme temperatures, hydrocarbons resistance, oil resistance IRM 902, and drilling fluids, meeting IEC 60092-359 standards for offshore, shipboard cables and mining operations. Additionally, this cable is fire-retardant IEC60332, effectively curbing the spread of fire, emitting minimal smoke, and producing no toxic gases in the unfortunate event of a fire outbreak.

Compliant with EMC and EMI standards, this cable excel in environments with electromagnetic noise, supporting applications like Vessel Management Systems, Industrial Ethernet, IP services, ERP systems, monitoring, surveillance, and real-time data acquisition. The cables address the growing demand for accelerated internet and data transfer speeds, including Power over Ethernet (PoE) standards such as IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at, and IEEE 802.3bt. Thus, these cables are widely used in telecommunication backbone networks and dedicated systems for data, video, communication and maritime security.

NEK Kabel’s Sealine cables are certifed by various classifications bodies such as Det Norske Veritas, Germanischer Lloyd (DNV-GL), Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS), and American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), etc, and its diverse cable solutions serve major EPC operators, shipyards, owners, automation firms and top oil companies worldwide (such as Staoil, Aker, Kongsberg, Prosafe, Shell, Sonangol, Saudi Aramco, Exxon Mobil, Qatar Petroleum, Total Energies, Chevron, BP, ADNOC, Marathon Petroleum, Dana Gas, Kuwait Petroleum, Novatek, Woodside, BHP, Gazprom, Valero Energy, PetroChina, Cosco, Equinor, Petrobras, etc), worldwide across 5 continents.