General Cable IEEE 1580 Type P Control Cable is ideal for use in offshore oil and gas drilling platforms, MODUs, ships, and FPSOs. Polyrad cables are also suitable for use inland-based oil and gas drilling rigs. These cables also have approval for use in Class 1, Division 2 and Zone 2 environments.

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General Cable Unarmored MOR® Polyrad® Control Cable (Multi-Conductor) Specifications

General Cable Polyrad Type P Cable Construction:

  • Conductor: 18 AWG through 10 AWG soft annealed flexible stranded Tinned Copper
  • Insulation: Polyrad® XT-125 Irradiated Cross-Linked Polyolefin (XLPO)
  • Color Code: General Cable Color Code Chart 11
  • Cable Core:
    • Cabled with fillers when required
    • Core binder tape when required
  • Sheath: Mud oil-resistant, black Irradiated Cross-Linked Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene (PE)
  • Print: (including but not limited to)
    • MOR® POLYRAD® XT-125 (UL) E85994 BR782 110C XX/C XXAWG TC-ER RFHH-2 -- (CSA) LL 9755 SPEC 245/1309 FT4 -40C SR 600/1000V -- IEC 1 KV 60332.3A IEEE 1580 TYPE P (ETL) 109229 YEAR OF MFG SEQUENTIAL FOOTAGE MARK
    • *ER for 3 conductors or more
  • Option: Other color codes available upon request

General Cable Polyrad Type P Cable Approvals:

  • Voltage Rating: 600V/100V
  • Max. Temperature: 125°C
  • Industry Compliances:
    • API-RP14F
    • CSA C22.2 No. 245 Type X110
    • IEEE 1580 Type P
    • IEC 60092-3
    • NEK 606 for mud oil resistance
    • UL 1309 Type X110
    • UL Listed 110°C Marine Shipboard Cable
  • Flame Test:
    • IEEE 383
    • IEEE 1202
    • IEC 60332-3-22 Cat. A (supersedes IEC 60332-3A)
    • CSA C22.2 No. 0.3 FT4

General Polyrad IEEE 1580 Type P Cable Features:

  • Meets NEK 606 mud oil resistance requirements including ester-based muds
  • Meets UL 2225 crush and impact requirements of Type MC-HL cables
  • Permitted for Exposed Run "ER" (open wiring) use in accordance with NEC for 3 conductors or more
  • Flexible stranding to facilitate ease of cable installation and termination
  • Temperature rated at 125°C for long life, higher ampacities, and protection from thermal overloads
  • Meets cold bend test at -55°C
  • Meets cold impact test at -40°C