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Old 22nd November 2008, 08:43 PM   #11
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Damn it!
You made me go look it up in my NEC manual.......grrrrrrr......
HONEYWELL 22 AWG 4C (FTI) TYPF CM-CL2 SUN RES (ROHS)

22AWG is rated for 300v at 70*C
22AWG is rated for 5A max.
Type F (TYPF) is the temperature rating of 155C or 311F (PVC coated, PTFE is higher)

4C is 4 conductors
CM-CL2 is ComMunications - CLass 2 (General purpose not rated for risers or plenum use) (that means inside air ducts or where fumes could be inhaled if exposed to fire)
Sun Res means OK for exposed outdoor use (somewhat UV protected)

What else do you want to know????
Is it solid or stranded?
Is it sheilded?

I actualy enjoyed looking this up......I MUST be sick......

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Old 22nd November 2008, 08:47 PM   #12
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Do the right thing and return it to him.

At least call and offer it....he may just give it to you. It's not worth that much..~$15
and it brings you good Karma too.

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Old 23rd November 2008, 11:55 AM   #13
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If memory serves me right, ADT actually used a subcontractor for this because we were having one of the terminals moved...didnt sign anything and no card - all I remember is that his truck had something on the side of it...not ADT....

Heck...I'm glad the wife didnt clean the garage and just throw it away!!! at lest its getting put to a good use!!!

Thanks for all the info!!!

It is solid core wire...not shielded...
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