Cables with approval (UL, DNV GL, VG, NPP, etc.)

Cables with approval

Cables with approval

Cables with a wide range of international approval types for your advanced application

Cables with corresponding UL approvals guarantee safety and reliability in the application scenarios for which they are envisaged. You are always on the safe side with CPR cables for indoor use according to the EU Construction Products Regulation.

Cables with DNV GL approval can be found under Maritime Cables. We can also offer you cables with optical fibers to the MIL-PRF specification for use in radiation-threatened environmental conditions, and cables with approval for use in nuclear power plants (NPP).

  • Cable designs for the North American and Asian regions
  • Approval or release by an independent testing institution
  • Customer-specific UL approvals possible
  • Universal cables with total system integrity
  • Metal-free, lightweight, and flexible cable with DNV GL approval

Range of products and services

Product portfolio

Product properties

  • Flame-retardant
  • Halogen-free (product-dependent)
  • Radiation-hard (optional)
  • Suitable for harsh environments and high temperatures (optional)

Ordering options

  • Colors as requested by customer
  • Customer-specific design
  • Customer-specific UL approvals possible
  • Various approvals available

Fields of use

  • For military tactical field use and inside buildings
  • For use in distribution systems and for connections to devices
  • For direct connector assembly
  • For applications requiring special approvals
  • For vessels and offshore facilities
  • For use in nuclear power plants or radiation-threatened environments

Further information

Optical fiber cables are described in the UL 1651-Fiber Optic Cable standard and categorized as OFNP (Plenum), OFNR (Riser), and OFN (General Purpose). UL cables are primarily intended to meet very high standards in terms of fire behavior, including smoke gas production. Insurance companies, local authorities, planners, and other regulatory authorities in particular place their trust in UL-approved cables with single, multimode, or polymer fibers.


Contact

Please contact us for further information. We look forward to your inquiry.

Europe, Africa, and Asia (excl. China)
Phone +49 36764-81-100
Email sales-europe@weinert-industries.com

China
Phone +86 519-8988-7783
Email sales-china@weinert-industries.com 

North and South America
Phone +1 757-258-4805
Email sales-americas@weinert-industries.com

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Frequently Asked Questions about Cables with approval (UL, DNV GL, MIL, NPP, etc.)

1. What is the significance of cables with UL approvals?

Cables with UL approvals ensure safety and reliability in their designated application scenarios. UL-approved cables, as described in the UL 1651-Fiber Optic Cable standard, primarily meet high standards concerning fire behavior, including the production of smoke gas. Insurance companies, local authorities, planners, and other regulatory bodies often trust these cables for their projects.

2. Where can I find cables with DNV GL approval, and what are they typically used for?

Cables with DNV GL approval fall under Maritime Cables and are suitable for vessels and offshore facilities. They are metal-free, lightweight, flexible, and guarantee reliability in marine environments.

3. What types of cables are suitable for radiation-threatened environments or use in nuclear power plants?

We offer cables with optical fibers to the MIL-PRF specification, which are designed for use in radiation-threatened conditions. Additionally, there are cables specifically approved for use in nuclear power plants (NPP).

4. Can I customize cables according to my specific requirements?

Yes, customers have the option to request specific colors, designs, and even UL approvals tailored to their needs. Whether it's a unique design or specific approvals, customization is available to cater to diverse application scenarios.

5. How are cables categorized in terms of fire behavior and where are they typically applied?

Optical fiber cables are categorized as OFNP (Plenum), OFNR (Riser), and OFN (General Purpose) based on the UL 1651-Fiber Optic Cable standard. Their primary intention is to adhere to stringent fire behavior standards. These cables, which can come with single, multimode, or polymer fibers, are widely trusted and utilized in military tactical field use, inside buildings, distribution systems, direct connector assemblies, and other applications requiring special approvals.
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