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Nkom says EU cable classification rules enter force in July

Monday 26 June 2017 | 11:44 CET | News
Norwegian telecoms regulator Nkom has pointed out that new fire classification requirements for cables enter force on 01 July 2017, under the Construction Products Regulation (CPR). Cable manufacturers have had approximately one year to accommodate the new requirements. Flex must be classified according to fire resilience, tested by third parties and must have a CPR authentication. The marking should be on the packaging or drums and not on the cable itself.

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