LSZH - Low Smoke Zero Halogen Power Cables


IEC 60320 C14/C13, C14/C15 and C20/C19 Power Cords utilizing LOW SMOKE ZERO HALOGEN cordage (BSI, HAR, ROHS, IEC, HD21.14, BS EN 50525-3-11). For installation where fire, smoke emission, and toxic fumes create a potential threat to life and equipment. LSZH, LS0H, LSOH, LSFH, 0HLS, OHLS. All of our LSZH cables are TAA compliant and are the perfect fit for new government cabling installations. If you are looking for an LSZH Cable not listed below, we offer custom molded LSZH cables. Contact us at sales@worldcordsets.com to get a quote on a custom LSZH molded cord set.

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10A C14 C15 LSZH Power Cords - BLACK
10A C14 C15 LSZH Power Cords - BLACK
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IEC 60320 C14 C15 Power Cords utilizing LOW SMOKE ZERO HALOGEN cordage (BSI, HAR, ROHS, IEC, HD21.14, BS EN 50525-3-11). For installation where fire, smoke emission and toxic fumes create a potential threat to life and equipment. LSZH, LS0H, LSOH, LSFH, 0HLS, OHLS.

Current (Amps)10 Amps
Voltage (Volts)250 Volts
Plug (Male)IEC 60320 C14
Cordage1.0mm2 LSZH
CertificationsRoHS, REACH
Country of OriginUSA
ColorBlack
Connector (Female)IEC 60320 C15
15A C20 C19 Power Cords - BLACK LSZH Cordage
15A C20 C19 Power Cords - BLACK LSZH Cordage
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IEC 60320 C20 C19 Power Cords utilizing LOW SMOKE ZERO HALOGEN cordage (BSI, HAR, ROHS, IEC, HD21.14, BS EN 50525-3-11). For installation where fire, smoke emission and toxic fumes create a potential threat to life and equipment. LSZH, LS0H, LSOH, LSFH, 0HLS, OHLS.

Current (Amps)15 Amps
Voltage (Volts)250 Volts
Connector (Female)IEC 60320 C19
Plug (Male)IEC 60320 C20
Cordage1.5mm2 LSZH
CertificationsRoHS
Country of OriginUSA
ColorBlack
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Why Low Smoke Zero Halogen?


Standard power cable jackets are made from a PVC compound containing Chlorine (part of the Halogen Group), which, when burned release a toxic gas that can cause serious damage to humans and electrical equipment. This raises concerns in applications that have dense PVC cabling where electrical equipment or people are present. Low Smoke Zero Halogen products solve this by removing halogens (up to required standards) from the material used to manufacture LSZH products.  You can find the amount of halogen contained in typical LSZH Cable in Table 2 below.


Common Abbreviations and Terms for Low Smoke Zero Halogen


TERM/ABBREVIATION
MEANING
LSZH
Low Smoke Zero Halogen
LSF
Low Smoke/Fume
LS0H
Low Smoke Zero Halogen
LSHF
Low Smoke Halogen Free
LSNH
Low Smoke No Halogen
NHFR
NonHalogen Flame Retardant
HFFR
Halogen Free Flame Retardant
FRNC
Fire Retardant, Non-Corrosive
LS
Low/Limited Smoke
ST
Smoke Test
FRLS
Fire Resistant, Low Smoke
RE
Reduced Emissions
LC
Low Corrosivity
LH
Low Halogen

Table 1: Low Smoke Zero Halogen Terms and Abbreviations



Halogen Content in Standard Wire & Cable Polymers


Using the table below, you can see that standard PVC cables contain vastly greater amounts halogen contents that any of the LSZH polymers.


PolymerHalogen Content % by Weight
PU (polyurethane)
<.02
EPR (Ethylene propylene rubber)<.02
PE (polyethylene)<.02
XLP (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
<.02
CSPE (chlorosulfonated polyethylene)

13-26
CPE (chlorinated polyethylene)

14-28
PVC (polyvinyl chloride)22-29
FEP (fluorinated ethylene propylene)

62-78

Table 2: Halogen Content in Typical Wire & Cable Polymers


When should I use LSZH cabling?


Low Smoke Zero Halogen cabling is usually used in regulated industries such as government. New data centers are sometimes choosing to use LSZH cabling to help protect data center facilities from the harmful smoke in case of fire. Because data centers utilize large ventilation systems, even a small amount of smoke in a small area can quickly be distributed accidentally throughout the entire building through the ventilation systems.