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XLPE/PVC Instrumentation Cable with Overall Shielded Pairs/Triads Specifications

XLPE/PVC Instrumentation Cable Construction:

  • Conductor: 18 AWG through 16 AWG bare, annealed copper per ASTM B3 Class B; stranding per ASTM B8
  • Insulation: Flame Retardant Cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE)
    • Color-coded per ICEA Method 1: Pairs: Black and White Triads: Black, White, and Red
  • Overall Shield: Aluminum/polyester in contact with stranded tinned copper drain wire
  • Jacket: Flame Retardant and sunlight-resistant Polyvinylchloride (PVC) or Flame-Retardant, Arctic-Grade PVC
  • Industrial Instrumentation Cable Options:
    • Tinned copper conductor
    • Class C Stranding
    • Individual and overall shielded pairs/triads
    • EVTC- Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR) insulation
    • In accordance with UL subject 2250 as Instrumentation Tray Cable (ITC)
    • Other constructions available upon request

XLPE/PVC Instrumentation Cable Ratings and Approvals:

  • Voltage Rating: 300V or 600V
  • Max. Temperature: 90°C wet or dry
  • UL 1581
  • UL 1581 VW-1
    • IEEE 383
  • 300V Cables:
    • UL 13 Type PLTC
  • 600V Cables:
    • UL 1277 Type TC
    • ICEA S-82-552
    • ICEA S-73-532
    • IEEE 1202
    • CSA FT-4
  • EPA 40 CFR, Part 261 for leachable lead content per TCLP
  • OSHA acceptable

XLPE/PVC Instrumentation Cable Applications:

  • Acceptable for use in free air or raceways in accordance with NEC
  • Typical applications include audio, intercom, control, energy management, and alarm circuits
  • In ducts, cable trays or conduit
  • In accordance with UL Subject 13 as Power-Limited Circuit Cable
  • In class 3 circuits in accordance with NEC
  • Permitted for use in Class 1 Division 2 industrial hazardous locations per NEC

XLPE/PVC Instrumentation Cable Features:

  • Ripcord applied to all cables with jacket thickness of 60 mils or less
  • Arctic-Grade PVC Cables:
    • Abrasion and chemical-resistant
    • Sunlight and weather resistant
  • Excellent electrical properties
  • Meets cold bend test at -25°C