InWall Speaker Cable – LSZH


Description :

Kaybe In-Wall Speaker Cable with LSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen) is specifically designed for in-wall installations where reduced smoke and zero halogen emissions are critical in the event of a fire. Here are key features associated with Kaybe In-Wall Speaker Cable – LSZH:

1. Low Smoke Emission: The LSZH construction ensures that, in the event of a fire, the cable emits low levels of smoke. This is especially important in environments where smoke reduction is a safety consideration.

2. Zero Halogen Emission: The LSZH material used in the cable's construction produces zero halogen emissions when exposed to fire. This feature minimizes the release of toxic gases, contributing to a safer environment during a fire emergency.

3. In-Wall Installation: Like other in-wall speaker cables, this LSZH variant is designed for in-wall installations, providing a clean and discreet solution for audio setups.

4. Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC): The conductors are likely made of oxygen-free copper, enhancing conductivity and ensuring high-quality audio transmission.

5. Insulation: The cable features insulation materials that protect the conductors and contribute to the overall durability of the cable. The insulation also helps prevent signal interference.

6. Flexible Construction: The cable is designed to be flexible, making it easier to route through walls and tight spaces during installation.

7. CL2 or CL3 Rating: To comply with building codes, the cable may have a CL2 (Class 2) or CL3 (Class 3) rating, indicating its suitability for in-wall use and its fire resistance.

8. Jacketing: The outer jacket of the cable provides additional protection and may be designed to resist environmental factors, ensuring longevity and reliable performance.

Kaybe In-Wall Speaker Cable – LSZH is an ideal choice for environments where safety is a priority, such as commercial buildings, residential spaces, or any application where reduced smoke and zero halogen emissions are essential. Always adhere to local building codes and regulations when installing in-wall speaker cables.

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