Allied Wire and Cable's XLPE/AIA/PVC Multi-Conductor Armored Control Cable is ideal for use in all raceway or direct burial applications. Because of its armor, this Multi-Conductor Control Cable is suitable for use in both wet and dry locations. This XLPE cable meets UL Styles UL 1581 and UL 1569. It also has approval for use in Class I Division 2, Class II Division 2, and Class III Division 1 and 2 per NEC Article 334.

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XLPE Multi-Conductor Armored Control Cable Specifications

Multi-Conductor Control Cable Construction:

  • Conductor: 14 AWG thru 10 AWG tinned, compressed copper, Class B stranding per ASTM B3 and B8
  • Insulation: Flame Retardant Cross-Linked Polyethylene (XLPE)
    • Color-Coded: per ICEA Method 1: Table E-2 (does not include white or green)
  • Ground: Annealed bare copper Class B stranding per ASTM B8
  • Armor: Aluminum Interlocked Armor (AIA)
  • Jacket: Flame retardant, moisture and sunlight resistant Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) - black
  • Armored Cable Options:
    • Tinned copper conductors
    • E-1 Color Code
    • Copper tape shield or aluminum/polymer tape shield with tinned copper drain wire over the cable core
    • Inner jacket only, outer jacket only, or both
    • Galvanized Steel Interlocked Armor (GSIA)
    • Other constructions available upon request

Multi-Conductor Control Cable Ratings and Approvals:

  • Voltage Rating: 600V
  • Max. Temperature: 90°C wet or dry
  • UL 1569
  • UL 44
  • ICEA S-95-658/NEMA WC 70
  • UL Type MC- 600 volts
  • NEC Type XHHW-2 conductors
  • IEEE 383 (70,000 BTU/hr)
  • UL 1581 (70,000 BTU/hr)
  • IEEE 1202 (70,000 BTU/hr)/CSA FT4
  • ICEA T-29-520 (210,000 BTU/hr)
  • Meets EPA 40 CFR part 261 leachable lead content per TCLP method
  • OSHA acceptable

Multi-Conductor Control Cable Features:

  • Sunlight resistant
  • Provides excellent oil and chemical resistance
  • Excellent crush resistance
  • Provides a long service life
  • Flame retardant
  • Resistant to moisture
  • Cost-effective alternative to installations in conduit
  • Meets cold bend test at -25°C